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  2. CompuServe.com - Home

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    Syrian official says so far, 77 dead in migrant boat sinking. Syria's health minister says at least 77 people died when a boat with migrants from Lebanon sank off Syria's coast this week

  3. Welcome to CompuSERVE, We have a fully equipped workshop and staff, ready to deal with all kinds of repairs. If we can't fix it then chances are no one can.

  4. About CompuServe

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    Since February 1998, CompuServe has been a wholly owned subsidiary of America Online, Inc. As part of the AOL Web Properties group, CompuServe plays an important role by providing Internet connectivity for value-minded consumers seeking both a dependable connection to the Internet and all the features and power of an online service. CompuServe 7.0

  5. CompuServe Member Center - CompuServe Help

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    Member Center provides you up-to-date online status for your CompuServe account! Menu. Search __('Search for your question') Search Search

  6. CompuServe Help

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    Get answers to your AOL Mail, login, Desktop Gold, AOL app, password and subscription questions. Find the support options to contact customer care by email, chat, or phone number.

  7. CompuServe

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  8. GIF - Wikipedia

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    CompuServe encouraged the adoption of GIF by providing downloadable conversion utilities for many computers. By December 1987, for example, an Apple IIGS user could view pictures created on an Atari ST or Commodore 64. GIF was one of the first two image formats commonly used on Web sites, the other being the black-and-white XBM.

  9. Borne Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    Borne definition, a past participle of bear1. See more.

  10. DDN for USAF e-mail, BBS for CP/M files/forums, then GENIE for same until they hooked to the Internet and lost their "captive" user base, just like AOL, Prodigy, CompuServe, etc. I miss GENIE. Even though it was a dial-up connection, it was a fast and stable interface with good offline features for threads.

  11. Stratton Oakmont, Inc. v. Prodigy Services Co. - Wikipedia

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    Prodigy requested a dismissal of the complaint, on the grounds that it could not be held liable for the content of postings created by its third-party users. This argument cited the 1991 precedent Cubby, Inc. v. CompuServe Inc., which had found CompuServe, an online service provider, not liable as a publisher for user-generated content.