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Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
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[From O’Grady’s PowerPage]

Philadelphia-based Odyssey Systems and O’Grady’s PowerPage have teamed up to host and maintain the Refugee Internet Assistance Initiative Web site.

Both groups are working with the Princeton Mac Users Group at the temporary refugee camp at Fort Dix, New Jersey tomorrow, where Apple has donated 12 iMacs and a G3 Server in order to facilitate communication between Kosovar refugees and their families . In addition, they will be able to use the Internet to search for new homes and get detailed news coverage of the situation.

Here is where you come in: We need to find individuals willing to donate their time or money to this very special cause. If you would like to get involved in any way, please visit the RIAI Web site.

For more information, check out MacCentral’s Kosovo articles. Additional links are listed on the RIAI site

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