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The super highway We continue Mr R A Beeton’s contribution on this theme, part-published in our column for 21 March 1995. Mr R.A. Beeton - Internet No.: Bando@Pavilion and Compuserve No.100025,1352 - has sent very full comment and advice on the current state of the super highway for engineers. He writes: Access A few observations may help the uninitiated. I am not an expert in this field, but offer these views and experiences with the Internet and Compuserve. Two major global communications systems to which anyone can subscribe offer a myriad of interesting and informative sources of information and discussion. Several groups are related to civil and structural engineering. Verulam