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Year 1996
Meeting Minutes

November 12, 1996
The November 12th meeting of the Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group (RMIUG) featured a panel of Internet Service Providers (ISP's) in Colorado. These companies offer individuals and businesses access to the Internet worldwide computer network, similar to the way phone companies offer telephone connections. The panel discussed service options, prices, and will answered extensive questions from the audience.

October 15, 1996
The Tuesday, October 15 meeting of the Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group (RMIUG) featured a presentation called "Winning on the Web and other Interactive Opportunities," by Chris Briggs (briggs@eriver.com), Vice President and Creative Director of Eagle River Interactive (www.eriver.com).

September 10, 1996
The Tuesday, September 10 meeting of the Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group (RMIUG) featured a panel discussion on a type of high-speed digital Internet access, called ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network). The presentation was called "Everything You Always Wanted To Know About ISDN...But Were Afraid To Ask."

August 13, 1996
The evenings speakers was William Horton, william@horton.com, to talk on "The Good, the Bad and the Leading Edge in Web Sites". Horton, a MIT graduate and registered engineer, is a web consultant and author in Boulder.

July 9, 1996
The Tuesday, July 9th meeting of the Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group (RMIUG) featured a panel of three speakers who discussed Real Estate on the Internet in Colorado. Each panelist talked for 15-20 minutes on their particular topic, and then sat on a Q&A panel.

May 14, 1996
The Tuesday, May 14th meeting of the Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group (RMIUG) featured a panel of three lawyers who discussed selected legal aspects of the Internet.

April, 1996
The evening's speaker was Greg Ching (greg.ching@sun.com) who works with SunSoft, the software subsidiary of Sun MicroSystems. Greg discussed some of the issues related to Internet Security, where companies are interested in participating in the Internet, but are concerned about the risks associated with being online.

March, 1996
The Tuesday, March 12th meeting of the Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group (RMIUG) was a "Web-Fest" featuring a panel that discussed strategic and business issues of commerce on the World Wide Web.

February, 1996
The Tuesday, February 13 meeting of the Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group (RMIUG) featured a high-level presentation on a new technology called Java that is profoundly impacting the World Wide Web. Mr. Dean Rizzuto (dean@xor.com), World Wide Web Developer with XOR Network Engineering, presented a non-technical overview of Java and how it will affect the Internet and impact Web users.

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