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''Internet au Gabon: des Asoociation telles que le Forum des Amis du Net font de la formation et de la sensibilistion en milieu jeunes , parmi les portails sociaux les plus en vue, http://www.coopgabon.net ou encore http://www.gabontech.com ''
 
''Internet au Gabon: des Asoociation telles que le Forum des Amis du Net font de la formation et de la sensibilistion en milieu jeunes , parmi les portails sociaux les plus en vue, http://www.coopgabon.net ou encore http://www.gabontech.com ''
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"Internet in Gabon: Associations, such as the Net-Friends Forum provide for training and consciousness raising for young people.  Among the social portals most commonly seen are http://www.coopgabon.net and http://www.gabontech.com"
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The first one seems like sort of a useful offsite link, while the second one is sort of like yahoo Gabon.  I'll leave it up to somebody else to decide what is and isn't appropriate. -- [[User:Mark|Mark]] 04:59, 25 May 2004 (EDT)

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This text removed from comments in the quickbar. - Can anyone translate this French, or is it spam? -- Huttite 04:41, 25 May 2004 (EDT)


Internet au Gabon: des Asoociation telles que le Forum des Amis du Net font de la formation et de la sensibilistion en milieu jeunes , parmi les portails sociaux les plus en vue, http://www.coopgabon.net ou encore http://www.gabontech.com

"Internet in Gabon: Associations, such as the Net-Friends Forum provide for training and consciousness raising for young people. Among the social portals most commonly seen are http://www.coopgabon.net and http://www.gabontech.com"

The first one seems like sort of a useful offsite link, while the second one is sort of like yahoo Gabon. I'll leave it up to somebody else to decide what is and isn't appropriate. -- Mark 04:59, 25 May 2004 (EDT)