[cisb102_campus] Re: Scott Livesey CISB 102 Lesson 4 Question 4

  • From: "John Cattron" <jcattron2@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <cisb102_campus@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2001 23:04:48 -0400

Even though telnet is old, it is still very usefull!
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From: Scott Livesey <liveseys@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <cisb102_campus@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2001 8:13 PM
Subject: [cisb102_campus] Scott Livesey CISB 102 Lesson 4 Question 4

> Lesson 4, Question 4
> a) Telnet is a protocol that allows you to log into a host computer or
> em and change whatever you want, or access the information contained insi=
> de. Some systems require you to have a password, but not all. =20
>  http://www.orst.edu/aw/tutorials/telnet/  =20
> b) I logged on to the Library of Congress by entering the address=E2=80=A6
> =20
> c)=E2=80=A6 once connected, I went into the Copyright Information, then to
> the Works Registered for Copyright since 1978. From there I entered the s=
> earch word DRACULA to see what the site had on the subject. It came up wi=
> th a handful of listings on Dracula. From there I browsed the listing to =
> see what information was available. I looked into the subject =E2=80=9Cth=
> eme music for Dracula=E2=80=9D. I entered the command DISPLAY ITEM to vie=
> w all information. The information it gave was the copyright information =
> for the =E2=80=9Ctheme from Dracula=E2=80=9D by John Williams, such as da=
> te published, copyright owner, how the work was used, etc.=20
>      Something i Learned from Telnet was that i can see how much potential
> potential information there is by using Telnet, but that it's a system th=
> at isn't very well known to the general public. also it's not all that us=
> er friendly. it reminds me of using computers back in the 80's. it's all =
> password and text driven.

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