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Four weeks later, I received an email message that they had located someone in Hungary who wanted to distribute the product.
An Oregon agriculture department official needed blueberry production statistics by country ASAP, so I queried the FAO's (Food and Agriculture Organization) Library Bulletin Service ([email protected] IRMFAO01 -- no longer available).
Another time, a client wanted to know if there were any library cataloging programs using the database program PC-FILE. Within two days I received several answers via email (half from outside the U.
I posted this question to the Public-Access Computer Systems Forum ([email protected] S.) and one long distance phone call from a man who had heard about my question from a colleague who subscribed to PACS-L.
Two days after I posted the request, I received a fax from the Rome headquarters of FAO with the statistics my client needed.
I retrieved the software and had it to the systems operator about an hour following the request.
My client wondered if there was a market for home-sized electric food dehydrators in Hungary.
After striking out using the traditional commercial databases, I posted a query on the Hungarian discussion group ([email protected] Within fifteen minutes of the posting, my client received a phone call concerning the post. But, within two days I received two encouraging replies from Hungary, one giving me the name and email address for another company in Hungary who might help out.
BITNET) and the Eastern European Business Network ([email protected] Within an hour there were two replies in my email box. I sent them a message and they responded that they didn't know if there was a market for food dehydrators, but they would check.