This article is from the Douglas Adams FAQ, by Nathan Hughes email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
I've attempted to start a DNA ftp site at my site, and if you want to
take a look I'd love it. The address is
ftp://ftp.umd.umich.edu/people/. You'll find pretty much
everything I can think of to put there; whatever documents I have,
sound files, pictures, etc. There's also a public upload area, so if
you have something I don't, please feel free to donate!
PGG (Project Galactic Guide for long) accepts entries on real-life
subjects, as well as unreal-life subjects. A reader for the guide is
available, as ftp://vela.acs.oakland.edu/pub/swbaker/. Don't forget
binary mode, ftp outside of business hours and contact
firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
There is also a web site for PGG at http://www.willamette.edu/pgg.
Check out the newsgroup alt.galactic-guide, where PGG is alleged
to be happening. The person to contact is the Editor-In-Chief,
Supreme-God-Over-All-Beings and Leader-of-The-Hack, Paul Clegg
(email@example.com). After long and protracted discussions on
which format is best for this, a decision was reached and I wasn't
interested enough to record it for posterity. Contact Paul for
There is also a paper-based list, maintained by David Hodges. It
is used to raise money for charity and has been approved by
Douglas Adams. You can buy copies (for charity), it is very
large, and would be tremendously illegal (and most would find it
immoral) to put on the net. Contributions to this can be sent to
firstname.lastname@example.org (remember to say they're for David Hodges as this
isn't his account).
There is a bibliographic FAQ posted alt.fan.douglas-adams and
news.answers. The title of the article carrying the FAQ is
"alt.fan.douglas-adams Bibliographic FAQ". It was initially compiled
by David Polak (email@example.com) and is maintained by
Nathan Torkington (Nathan.Torkington@vuw.ac.nz).