"Christians and the Internet" newsletter
CATI, Vol. 1, No. 25:  June 23, 2000.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. HOW TO USE PARENTAL CONTROLS ON AMERICA ONLINE
2. MODERN REFORMATION ARTICLES: N-Z BY AUTHOR
3. ACCESS YOUR EMAIL AND FILES WHILE AWAY FROM HOME
4. SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION FOR THIS NEWSLETTER
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1. HOW TO USE PARENTAL CONTROLS ON AMERICA ONLINE
America Online (AOL) has its strengths and its weaknesses (see
CATI 1/5/2), but it is a fact of existence that it is the most
popular online service at the present time.  More importantly,
many CATI readers are on AOL, so it may be helpful if we say
something here about making AOL more family-friendly.
Actually, I'll be pointing you to a very helpful article that
was published a few issues ago in the newsstand edition of PC
Magazine.  Fortunately, you do NOT have to try to find a copy
of that issue on the newsstand, in your local public library,
or somewhere else, because the article is now available in its
entirety on the PC Magazine Web Site:
Gayle Ehrenman, Fine-Tuning the AOL Parental Controls (June
    13, 2000)
  http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/stories/solutions/0,8224,2576030,00.html
Here's the subtitle:  "Here's how to go beyond AOL's basic
controls to make sure your children are really safe online."  
And here's how the article begins:
"You want your children to reap the benefits of the Internet
yet still be safe. So you set up the Parental Controls in AOL
and think that everything is fine. But is it? Maybe yes, and
maybe no. The basic AOL Parental Controls afford your surfers
some degree of online protection, but there's more you can do
to give yourself peace of mind -- and close some of the gaps
in the basic Parental Control settings. The best part is that
you can do all this through AOL; you don't need to invest in
any additional software."
  http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/stories/solutions/0,8224,2576030,00.html
In the article you'll find simple, step-by-step instructions
presented in a logical order:
"Let's first take a look at how to assign Parental Control
levels and then fine-tune those categories using the Custom
Controls."
  http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/stories/solutions/0,8224,2576030-2,00.html
The article doesn't discuss all of the categories in detail
(it doesn't see that as necessary), but it does go into detail
with one in particular:
"Each of the options is very clear and well explained within
the context of the Custom Controls, so you can click on each
of the areas to make your own informed selections. For the
purposes of this discussion, we'll walk you through setting
the Newsgroups Custom Control...one of the Custom Controls we
think you should set even if you don't bother with any of the
others."
  http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/stories/solutions/0,8224,2576030-3,00.html
If you're not sure which newsgroups to allow and which ones to
prohibit, you may want to block all newsgroups or only permit
the visiting of certain particular groups.  Some of the "alt"
groups contain material highly inappropriate for children (and
perhaps for adults, for that matter?), so you need to be aware
as a parent that you need to be as careful with newsgroups and
chat rooms as you do with the Web in general.
The main point of this helpful, easy-to-understand article is
summarized in the last paragraph:
"If you take the time to make your own selections for each
of the Custom Controls, rather than simply going with the
defaults selected by the top-level Parental Controls, you'll
do a much better job of keeping your children safe online.
Nothing can replace close parental supervision for young
surfers, but the Custom Controls can give you an extra
measure of security."
  http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/stories/solutions/0,8224,2576030-3,00.html
See the full article for the full details!
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2. MODERN REFORMATION ARTICLES: N-Z BY AUTHOR
CATI 1/23 introduced the magazine Modern Reformation to you,
and CATI 1/24 continued an alphabetical list of articles by
author.  Here, finally, is the last part of that list of
featured articles, most of which are available online.  Many
articles "NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE" may be available in hardcopy
issues for purchase directly from ACE; check their Web site
for information:
Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals: Modern Reformation
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr.html
You can find the three CATI articles combined at the following
address:
CATI on Modern Reformation
  http://traver.org/cati/misc/mrace.htm
Please notify cati@traver.org of any errors you find in this
list (and there probably are some).  Thanks!
Nettles, Tom J.
"Baptists and the Ordinances"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr97/1997.03.MayJun/mr9703.tjn.baptists.html
Nicole, Roger
"God Glorified in Conversion"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr93/1993.05.SepOct/mr9305.rn.conversion.html
Noll, Mark
"Charles Hodge and B.B. Warfield on Science, the Bible,
    Evolution, and Darwinism"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr98/1998.03.MayJun/mr9803.mn.darwinism.html
Oliphant, Kenneth Scott
"Unbelievers and the Knowledge of God: Biblical Warrant for a
    Presuppositional Apologetic"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr98/1998.01.JanFeb/mr9801.kso.unbelievers.html
Palmer, Edwin
"The Sanctifier of the Faithful"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr92/1992.05.SepOct/mr9205.ep.sanctifier.html
Parton, Craig
"Luther Lite and Reformation Schmooze"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr95/1995.01.JanFeb/mr9501.cp.LutherLite.html
Payton, Leonard R.
"Church Growth and Contemporary Christian Music Glossary"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr95/1995.01.JanFeb/mr9501.lrp.glossary.html
"How Does the Word of Christ Dwell in Us Richly?"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Nov/Dec 1999)
"Is It a Prelude or a Quaalude?"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr95/1995.01.JanFeb/mr9501.lrp.prelude.html
"Morning Prayer"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr96/1996.01.JanFeb/mr9601.lp.prayer.html
"The Pride of Simplicity"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr95/1995.04.JulAug/mr9504.lrp.simplicity.html
"Reaching Unchurched Heinrich and Marie"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr97/1997.01.JanFeb/mr9701.lp.heinrich.html
"Reforming Worship Music"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr94/1994.02.MarApr/mr9402.lrp.RefMusic.html
Preus, J.A.O.
"Suffering and Joy"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr97/1997.04.JulAug/mr9704.jaop.suffering.html
Raabe, Paul R.
"A Plea for Greater Dogmatic Engagement with the Old Testament"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Jul/Aug 1999)
Rast, Lawrence R. Rast, Jr.
"Battling 'A Whole Babel of Extravagance'"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr98/1998.04.JulAug/mr9804.lrr.battling.html
"Musings on the History of the Protestant Ministry"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr97/1997.02.MarApr/mr9702.lr.musings.html
Riddlebarger, Kim
"The Antichrist"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr94/1994.03.MayJun/mr9403.kr.antichrist.html
"Biblical Conversion and the Modern Church"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr92/1992.01.JanFeb/mr9201.kr.conversion.html
"Fathers, Instruct Your Children"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr95/1995.02.MarApr/mr9502.kr.fathers.html
"Fire & Water"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr92/1992.03.MayJun/mr9203.kr.FireWater.html
"'For the Sake of the Gospel': Paul's Apologetic Speeches"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr98/1998.02.MarApr/mr9802.krr.forthesake.html
"God Glorified in Sanctification"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr93/1993.05.SepOct/mr9305.kr.sanctification.html
"God Justifies the Wicked?"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Nov/Dec 1992)
"The Lord and Giver of Life"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr92/1992.05.SepOct/mr9205.kr.giver.html
"No Ordinary Death"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr96/1996.02.MarApr/mr9602.kr.NoOrdDeath.html
"A Present or Future Millennium?"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr94/1994.03.MayJun/mr9403.kr.millennium.html
"There Have To Be Differences Among Us"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr94/1994.04.JulAug/mr9404.kr.differences.html
"This Present Paranoia"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr93/1993.03.MayJun/mr9303.kr.paranoia.html
"Thy Kingdom Come"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr92/1992.02.MarApr/mr9202.kr.kingdom.html
"Thy Kingdom Come" (Jul/Aug 1993)
  "HTTP 404 - File not found"?
"Trichotomy: A Beachhead For Gnostic Influences"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr95/1995.04.JulAug/mr9504.kr.trichotomy.html
"The Triple Cure: Jesus Christ--Our Prophet, Priest and King"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr95/1995.06.NovDec/mr9506.kr.triplecure.html
"The Worshiping Community"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr93/1993.06.NovDec/mr9306.kr.worship.html
Ritchie, Rick
"Avoiding the Trail From Clap Clap to Claptrap"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr96/1996.01.JanFeb/mr9601.rjr.clapclap.html
"Christ the Victim, Christ the Priest"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr96/1996.02.MarApr/mr9602.rr.VictimPriest.html
"Culture As a Ladder to Heaven"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr92/1992.02.MarApr/mr9202.rr.culture.html
"Every Sheep a Shepherd?"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr97/1997.02.MarApr/mr9702.rr.everysheep.html
"Forgive Us Our Trespasses"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr93/1993.04.JulAug/mr9304.rr.forgive.html
"God Glorified in Justification"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr93/1993.05.SepOct/mr9305.rr.justification.html
"Guarding the Gifts"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr96/1996.05.SepOct/mr9605.rr.guarding.html
"Imagining God's City: Narnia and the New Jerusalem"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr99/1999.01.JanFeb/mr9901.rr.imagining.html
"Is There Good News In Your Gospel?"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Nov/Dec 1994)
"Jesus As a Type of Christ?"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr94/1994.01.JanFeb/mr9401.rr.Jesus.html
"A Lutheran Response To Arminianism"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr92/1992.03.MayJun/mr9203.rjr.LuthArmin.html
"The Marks of Worship" (or "The Marks of the Church")
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr93/1993.06.NovDec/mr9306.rjr.marks.html
"The Mediator is the Message"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr95/1995.06.NovDec/mr9506.rjr.mediator.html
"Post-Age Due"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr95/1995.05.SepOct/mr9505.rjr.postage.html
"Posthumous Tabletalk"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr97/1997.01.JanFeb/mr9701.rr.tabletalk.html
"A Presbyterian on the Wittenberg Trail"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr97/1997.03.MayJun/mr9703.rr.presbyterian.html
"Servants of Freedom: Luther on the Christian Life"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Mar/Apr 2000)
"The Spirit and the Word"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr92/1992.05.SepOct/mr9205.rjr.SpiritWord.html
"Theology From the Bottom Up, God From the Top Down"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Nov/Dec 1994)
"Thinking Like Christians In a TV Culture" ("About My Father's
    Show Business")
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr92/1992.04.JulAug/mr9204.rr.thinking.html
"Was Martin Luther A Born-Again Christian?"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr92/1992.01.JanFeb/mr9201.rjr.BornAgain.html
"We Shall Also Reign With Him"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr94/1994.03.MayJun/mr9403.rjr.reign.html
"The Well-Read Christian"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr94/1994.04.JulAug/mr9404.rjr.WellRead.html
"What Is This 'Law & Gospel' Thing?"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr93/1993.02.MarApr/mr9302.rjr.LGThing.html
Ritchie, Rick, and Michael S. Horton
"'Comfort Ye My People': A Reformation Perspective on Absolution"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Nov/Dec 1997)
Rosenbladt, Rod
"Are You Prepared To Give A Defense?"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr93/1993.03.MayJun/mr9303.rr.prepared.html
"Reclaiming the Doctrine of Justification"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr92/1992.06.NovDec/mr9206.rr.reclaiming.html
Rosenthal, Shane
"I Hate My Generation"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (May/Jun 1996)
"Poetic Polemics: The Scottish 'Marrow Controversy'"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Mar/Apr 2000)
"A Sentimental Journey"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr96/1996.05.SepOct/mr9605.sr.sentimental.html
"When the Method Obscures the Message"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Nov/Dec 1994)
Ryken, Philip G.
"How Can Jesus Be the Only Way?"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr98/1998.02.MarApr/mr9802.pgr.onlyway.html
Sasse, Benjamin E.
"'Neither Reason Nor Free Will Points To Him': Luther's Assertion that the Whole
    Man is in Bondage"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr98/1998.06.NovDec/mr9806.bes.bondage.html
"Theologians and Utilitarians: Historical Context for the 'Distance Learning' Debate"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr98/1998.03.MayJun/mr9803.bes.distance.html
"We Wish for...Laypeople Willing to Engage in an Ongoing Conversation on Confessional
    Christianity"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Jan/Feb 2000)
Sayers, Dorothy
"The Greatest Drama Ever Staged"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Nov/Dec 1994)
Scaer, David P.
"But What Shall We Read?"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr97/1997.05.SepOct/mr9705.dps.butwhat.html
Schaefer, Paul
"Can Two Walk Together Except They Be Agreed?"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Sep/Oct 1998)
Senkbeil, Harold
"Holiness" ("How Can Our Good Works Please God...:: God's Work
    or Ours?")
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr96/1996.06.NovDec/mr9606.hs.holiness.html
Spinks, Bryan D.
"Worshiping the Lamb or Entertaining the Sheep?"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Nov/Dec 1999)
Sproul, R.C.
"Brother Are You Saved?"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr96/1996.02.MarApr/mr9602.rcs.brother.html
"Death, the Final Calling"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (May/Jun 1999)
"What ECT Ignores: The Inseparable Link Between Imputation and the Gospel"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Sep/Oct 1998)
Stahle, Rachel S.
"The Guilt-Heavy Theology of Cotton Mather"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Nov/Dec 1997)
"Scriptural Authority & the Theology of B.B. Warfield"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (May/Jun 1996)
Strimple, Dr. Robert
"God's Sovereignty and Man's Free Will"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Jan/Feb 1993)
Talbot, Mark R.
"God's Vocation, Our Vocation"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (May/Jun 1999)
Thompson, Mark
"Saving the Heart of Evangelicalism"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Jul/Aug 1996)
Ursinus, Zacharius
"How Can Our Good Works Please God?"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr96/1996.06.NovDec/mr9606.zu.goodworks.html
VanGemeren, Willam
"The Covenant Is a Framework For Life and Family"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr95/1995.02.MarApr/mr9502.wavg.covenant.html
Vanhoozer, Kevin J.
"'But That's Your Interpretation'"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Jul/Aug 1999)
Veith, Gene Edward
"Christianity and Culture: God's Double Sovereignty"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr97/1997.01.JanFeb/mr9701.gev.christianity.html
"The Doctrine of Vocation: How God Hides Himself in Human Work"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (May/Jun 1999)
"Postmodern Times"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr95/1995.05.SepOct/mr9505.gev.postmodern.html
"The Reformation and the Arts"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Nov/Dec 1994)
Welch, Edward T.
"Exalting Pain? Ignoring Pain? How Do We Counsel Those Who Suffer?"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr99/1999.02.MarApr/mr9902.etw.pain.html
Wells, David
"This Unique Moment"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr95/1995.05.SepOct/mr9505.dfw.unique.html
Wells, David, Ervin Duggan, Al Mohler, Gene E. Veith, W. Robert Godfrey,
    David Scaer, R.C. Sproul, and Sinclair Ferguson
"Cambridge Highlights"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr96/1996.04.JulAug/mr9604.CamHigh.html
West, Jim
"A Sober Assessment of Reformational Drinking"
  NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE (Mar/Apr 2000)
Zahl, Paul F.N.
"Justified by the Resurrection: A Reformation Insight for Today"
  http://www.alliancenet.org/pub/mr/mr98/1998.03.MayJun/mr9803.pfmz.justified.html
Enjoy!
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3. ACCESS YOUR EMAIL AND FILES WHILE AWAY FROM HOME
If you're on the road, whether on a business trip of vacation,
or perhaps visiting family or friends, you may want to access
your email or maybe some important files.  Let's suppose that
you don't have a laptop computer (or don't want to bother to
take one with you).  What can you do?
As if often the case, Fred Langa has some helpful suggestions,
which you'll find in a three-part series:  
Fred Langa, "No Laptop? No Problem!" (Part One)
  http://www.portablelife.com/news/story/0,1089,1071,00.html
Fred Langa, "No Laptop? No Problem!" (Part Two)
  http://www.portablelife.com/news/story/0,,1245,00.html
Fred Langa, "No Laptop? No Problem!" (Part Three)
  http://www.portablelife.com/news/story/0,,1379,00.html
The first thing you need to do is figure out how to get access
to a computer.  You may be visiting someone who has a computer
you can use.  If so, that problem is solved.  If not, there
are other possibilities to explore:
"...check the phone book for cyber cafés in the area. For the
price of a cup of coffee, you usually can get about 30 minutes'
use of a PC. Similarly, software and computer stores in the
area may have demo units you can use for a brief time. Some
printing shops (Kinko's, for example) will let you rent a PC,
with internet access, by the hour or day."
  http://www.portablelife.com/news/story/0,1089,1071,00.html
Unless you're on a business trip, however, you'll want to avoid
spending money.  Here's another option to consider:
"The public libraries in virtually every city and in many
towns now offer internet access via desktop systems available
to the public for free. Usually, you don't even need a
library card, although the librarian may hold your driver's
license hostage while you use the system for the allotted
time. (It's usually about 30 minutes, although it can be
longer if there's no one waiting for a system.) It's an
amazing deal: You get a clean, quiet, private and well lighted
place to work, along with often-expert assistance should
anything go wrong, all for free!" 
  http://www.portablelife.com/news/story/0,1089,1071,00.html
Once you have access to a computer, the second thing you need
to do is figure out how to access your email.  If your email
is Web-based, that will be simple.  What you may not know is
that it's fairly simple, even if your email is not Web-based:
"...once you have your fingers on a working keyboard, navigate
to any of the many free web-based e-mail gateway systems that
let you access your standard POP-based ISP e-mail account.
Each of these free e-mail gateways will try to figure out your
ISP's mail settings, or you can enter them manually. Once
connected to your ISP's mail server, you use your normal
password to access your account the usual way. You can read
mail, reply, forward, CC:, etc. The one thing you can't do
is access your address book (which usually is stored on your
laptop itself and not on the ISP's mail server)."
  http://www.portablelife.com/news/story/0,,1245,00.html
Here are e-mail gateway services suggested by Fred Langa:
Mail2Web
  http://www.mail2web.com/
MailStart
  http://www.mailstart.com/
ThatWeb.Com ("perhaps the best of the lot")
  http://thatweb.com/index.html
WebBox
  http://www.webbox.com/
Webinbox
  http://www.webinbox.com/
I tried ThatWeb.Com myself to access my email (all I needed
to know was my email address and my password -- ThatWeb.Com
figured out the rest), and it worked great.  To be safe, you
may want to forward a copy to yourself (just in case your
email server deletes the original when you collect it), but
when I later accessed my email the usual way, the message
was still there waiting for me.  (Of course, if your email
is Web-based, you can access it the usual way on the Web
from any computer.)
The third thing you need to do is figure out how to access your
files.  This takes some planning in advance.  You may perhaps
bring them with you on floppy disk.  Or here's something else
you might think about:
"Before you go on a trip, it can be a good idea to create an
emergency e-mail account on a free mail service or on one of
the many web-based file-storage sites, and send or upload
your critical files before you hit the road. You might also
post a text-dump of your address book and schedule; plus any
essential files you may need.... This way, you can use your
borrowed hardware not only to access your e-mail, but also
to access your essential files and addresses."
  http://www.portablelife.com/news/story/0,,1245,00.html
Here are Web-based storage sites suggested by Fred Langa:
FreeBack.com
  http://www.freeback.com/
FreeDrive
  http://www.freedrive.com/
I-Drive
  http://www.idrive.com/
idrop
  http://www.corpchat.com/
JustOn
  http://www.juston.com/index.html
MyInternetDesktop.com
  http://www.myinternetdesktop.com/
Visto.com
  http://corp.visto.com/
XOOM.com
  http://www.xoom.com/home/
Or check here for other sites:
Web-Based File Storage Services
  http://www.webwizards.net/useful/wbfs.htm
So those are Fred Langa's hints for accessing your email or
files when you're away from home and perhaps without your own
computer.  If you've found the tips helpful, you may want to 
consider subscribing to his popular newsletter:
The Langa List
  http://www.langa.com
Some of the articles may be a bit technical and not as useful
to you (feel free to skip over them), but others are often
very helpful.
And if you have a "portable" computer (like a laptop), you
may want to become familiar with Portable Life, where you
will also find material by Fred Langa:
Portable Life
  http://www.portablelife.com/home/
Enjoy!
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