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- World Wide Web FAQ
Thomas Boutell's excellent resource will answer many of your
questions about optimizing your use of the World Wide Web.
It's updated frequently with the latest developments.
- Tools for WWW Providers
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is another good spot to get an
overview of the variety of Web tools available for managing servers
and generating hypertext documents.
- NeTree Internet Statistics
A real-time estimate of the number of people with internet access, as well as the number of web sites.
For the record: As of Sat Aug 12 8:42:16 1995, (Pacific Time) there
were an estimated: 34,358,844 people on the Internet and
79,700 World Wide Web sites on the Internet.
- FAQ's by Category
A remarkable source of information!
- Glossary of Internet Terms
Confused? Try this.
- DejaNews Research Service
This site maintains a searchable database of USENET postings. Very
useful. Enter your keyword in the query form and read selected
postings. It also provides the ability to reply to the message or
email the author.
- List of USENET FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for many of the newsgroups on the
Net. If you are new to newsgroups, we strongly encourage you to read the
FAQs before posting messages!
- Usenet Info Center Launch Pad
Information on basic questions about Usenet, as well as how-tos on
becoming a Usenet site and creating new Usenet newsgroups.
- WhoIs Gopher
- InterNIC Registration
Search The InterNIC Directory Services for an Internet name or domain.
- World Wide Web Security
Rutgers University's site enables you to keep up on the latest developments in WWW security technology.
- Accent Software International Ltd.
Accent Viewer is a windows-based multilingual utility that lets you
browse the Web in over 30 languages. You can download a free copy
from their site.
An evaluation copy of Alis' multilingual Web browser is available
for free downloading. It supports over 75 languages.
- Adobe Systems Inc.
You can download the latest Acrobat (v2.1) reader for free, as well
as learn about the rest of their products.
AutoWinNet automates Internet tasks. Requires SLIP, PPP, or shell account.
Delrina Cyberjack is an integrated app designed for Windows 95 users.
- Forte, Inc.
Free Agent or Agent newsreaders.
- Johnson-Grace Co.
JGC has produced ART, an image compression format alternative to GIF and JPEG.
- Live Markup
A Windows HTML editor.
- Lotus cc:Mail Web
Access your LAN-based email system from the Web.
NetShark is a multimedia email program with a Web browser,
and is compatible with Windows 95, Windows 3.1, and Mac System 7.x.
WebAuthor is Quarterdeck's Web authoring tool.
Home Page for Qualcomm's Eudora commercial and freeware email programs.
Version 2.1 of Mapedit for Windows, a WYSIWYG imagemap editor you
don't have to compile, was released Jan. 17, 1996. The site has
instructions for downloading.
- Winsock Directory
Billed as "The Planet's Largest Software Archive for
Windows", The WinSite Group has a passel of Windows Internet
programs you can download.
- Boardwatch Magazine or their Online Registration page
A print, and now digitized, magazine, it covers the Internet, the Web, bulletin boards,
and commercial online services. No charge at the Website. You
may want to turn graphics off if you find it's too slow.
- Copyright FAQ
- The Copyright Website
If you're interested in creating web pages, you should familiarize
yourself with copyright issues as they pertain to publishing on the Net.
- Interactive Graphics Renderer
An easy-to-use interface for designing customized graphics for use
in your own personal home pages. Please read the licensing
- Netcam: Wearable Wireless Webcam
A student at MIT wears a camera on his head and it's wired to the Web.
- Net Day
Getcha red hot news right heah! MecklerWeb's (now iWorld) daily news feed about
Digest and Netsurfer Tools
Provides links to useful information on web browsers and HTML design
and related issues.
- NII Awards
The "NII Awards" for best uses of the Information Highway
were dispensed on July 12 in the following categories: Arts &
Entertainment, Business, Community, Education, Government and
Health. Call for entries for the 1996 awards begin Feb. 1.
- PC Help Page
and NetCruiser User Information Services
For NetCruiser users. NetCruiser v1.6 and 2.0 run on Windows 95.
V2.1 is the latest upgrade.
- Thom Stark Home Page
Thom Stark, the LAN TIMES Contributing Editor features, among other
things, the last six months' @internet and other educational
material from the pages of LAN TIMES.
- WWW Robots, Wanderers and Spiders
A list of programs that traverse the Web automatically.
- WWW Software Products
Includes information on, and resources for, client software, server
software, gateways, mail robots, and more.
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