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0.1) What is a FAQ?




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This article is from the Sacramento FAQ, by David F. Prenatt, Jr. with numerous contributions by others.

0.1) What is a FAQ?

A FAQ is an institution on the Internet, a file comprised of answers
to Frequently Asked Questions (abbreviated FAQ) that constitutes a
collective community memory.

0.2) Who wrote this FAQ and why?

This FAQ was written by me, David F. Prenatt, Jr., to provide answers
to the inquiries that I receive about Sacramento as a result of my
attendance at the University of California, Davis School of Law (U.C.
Davis, School of Law), popularly known as King Hall, from which I
graduated in 1995 and which is located on the outskirts of Sacramento.
However, I do not speak for U.C. Davis, King Hall, the administrators
of the sac.* or sacramento.* newsgroups or anyone else. My opinions
are my own.

0.3) What information is contained in this FAQ?

This FAQ contains information on items of general interest at and
about Sacramento, California that I think might be useful to the
readers of this FAQ (i.e., "Things I'd Like to Share" or "TILTS").
However, I assume no obligation for anyone through the publication of
this FAQ.

0.4) How reliable is the information contained in this FAQ?

Caveat Emptor: The information contained in this FAQ is only as
reliable as I am. While I am usually willing to share my knowledge if
I am asked politely, I am under no obligation to save anyone from his
or her ignorance and I have no desire to do so. Specifically, if you
need legal advice, you should consult a licensed attorney.

0.5) Can I make copies of this FAQ?

Yes, for non-profit purposes, and I encourage you to do so. However,
to protect yourself from legal liability, you should notify me of any
use that you make of this FAQ, personal or otherwise. Specifically,
if you fail to notify me promptly of any use that you make of this FAQ
other than your own personal use, any permission that I may have given
to you to reproduce any version of this FAQ is expressly revoked.
This FAQ is my personal property and is protected by applicable
international copyright laws. All of my rights under those laws are
expressly reserved, and any permission that I may have given to anyone
to reproduce any information contained in any version of this FAQ can
be revoked at any time. If you have any doubts about whether your use
of this FAQ is legally permissible, you should consult an attorney.

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The Sacramento, California USENET FAQ Part 1 of 6
Frequently Asked Questions about Sacramento, California
(c) Copyright 1995 & 1996 by David F. Prenatt, Jr.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

My sincerest thanks to Computer Specialist Steve Langford at King Hall
(<mailto:sdlangford@ucdavis.edu >) for his help with my computer needs
during my tenure as a law student and the *.answers team for contributions
to the format of this FAQ and for making this FAQ available on the USENET
newsgroup news.answers (<news:news.answers >). In addition, the following
individuals helped make the Sacramento USENET FAQ possible:

* Russ Hersch, author of FAQs about FAQs, who inspired me to write
my own FAQ (even though he probably has no idea who I am).

* My father, David F. Prenatt (1931-1984), commonly known as Dave
Prenatt (one of the most brilliant systems analysts of all time),
and my mother, Shirley Prenatt, who helped both my father and me
to cope with success and failure.

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The Sacramento, California USENET FAQ Part 1 of 6
Frequently Asked Questions about Sacramento, California
(c) Copyright 1995 & 1996 by David F. Prenatt, Jr.

 

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