Private mail, public boards and chat. Information about HP48gx/sx, C6 microprocessors, as well as games, amiga, anime-manga pictures, and Escher pictures.
Creativision Publishing Corporation offers professional Web page design and management, graphics and programming services.
Welcome to PlugIn DATAMATION, an online version of a software/Internet services magazine. Page features include DATAMATION Magazine's exclusive Internet Navigator for IS Managers.
University of Delaware provides an introduction to the myriad of Internet tools. It explains what the tools are, their uses and benefits and gives tutorials for hands-on use.
A big savings on the cost of new ink jet cartridges by letting customers refill them as many as 20 times.
One-stop shop for complete Internet and BBS services; free trial access is offered upon voice verification.
Mel's Internet Flea Market offers its Web pages free to buyers and is available for $5 per month to sellers with listings limited to two lines. Descriptions of merchandise and services from all over the world included.
Digital Books, Net3D and Paperback Software plus book publishing and interactive rendering on the Net, real-time and digital software distribution.
Motorola RISC Microprocessor Division server provides information about the company's microprocessors and its line of system and software development tools for the platform. It is intended as a resource for enterprise application developers, independent software developers, OEMs and end users.
The Denver Area Super Highway welcomes the Netro Mall, a cyberspace shopping mall containing products from all over the world. Includes unique tours, gift shops like CDs, Starland Star Trek specialist, fine cutlery and more. DASH uses a unique is map for selecting merchants in a traditional mall environment.
RedNet is a Scottish company specializing in Networking, Electronic Communications and Systems Integration.
Our Grand Opening! In addition to supporting the three C's--commerce, culture, and class--the RMCM also provides gateways to other malls. Be sure to browse through the Specials store for gift ideas.
SoftForum is a firm developing software for computer communication security and providing consultation on security problems. Company information as well as lots of other cool stuff to be had here.
The Super Mall has exclusive offers for products and services you will not find anywhere else, including CD-ROMS, software, Internet publications, employment, business opportunities, collectibles, and more. Many of these offers have complete, detailed information available immediately through built-in auto responders. You can also subscribe to the Super Mall listserv for announcements of new limited-time offers and promotions.
Amiga 3000 BBS dedicated to the Amiga, The Prisoner (a BBC television show), and aspects of role-playing.
VOICE Creative Engineering is the Internet division of Caledonian Information and Media Services and supplies the business community with quality 'turnkey' Internet packages. These packages are tailored specifically to suit individual company requirements and include, multimedia design, editorial and encrypted-hosting services, full Internet access, Internet introduction courses, user support services and database design and management.
WebEdge, Inc. was established in April 1995 and is dedicated to serving the growing community of Mac OS WWW Developers and WebMasters through conferences, training, publications and the WebEdge WWW site.
Another computer company with a stylin' home page, Tivoli Systems specializes in systems management software and client/server computing services. If you don't come for the company and product/service information, come for the pretty pictures instead.
The Sphere Information Services, San Jose, CA, US This page describes how to configure a system to support two Web domains from a single host. It includes instructions for both the NCSA and CERN servers.
World Wide Web Worm, which has crawled the web and found more than 100,000 resources. The worm gives access to all by way of huge lists and a search engine.
Rated by Net Guide in Sept. of 1995 as one of the 50 Best Web Sites in the World. Features Internet-on-a Disk, a newsletter of public domain.
Bring your offshore financial, international insurance and reinsurance issues to this, the largest independent electronic network in the world! Free e-mailed monthly newsletter.
Features newest Web sites of the month, news updates, choice sites of the unusual, humorous, and just plain great!
Allows you to explore the all the latest media from Netscape. News, networking, publications, shows, feedback.
A place for computer trade press editors, a public relations professionals, or those who work in the hi-tech marketing communications field to get information.
Edupage, a summary of news items on information technology, is provided three times each week as a service by Educom, a Washington, D.C.-based consortium of leading colleges and universities seeking to transform education through the use of information technology.
Universidad de Cordoba, Cordoba, Spain Glosario de Internet, terminos usados en Internet y una breve descripcion con enlaces.
This is a business computing newsletter that is published by Doug Willoughby and is updated weekly (usually daily).
A computer industry magazine (since 1993) focusing on telecommunications, as well as many other areas of computing, including software reviews, an op-ed forum, humor, technical articles, and more. There is also a text version available.
Sends readers into the information superhighway, guiding them to the best and latest in magazines, newspapers, comic books, syndicated radio, cable TV, video games, CD-ROM and many cool web sites.
A site to obtain technical information which is geared towards network administrators and other computer professionals that is published monthly.
This firm is searcher for freelance writers for the Internet Daily News (TM) and Pulse of the Internet (TM) magazines.
Monthly publication for WWW surfers. Every issue contains a long list of WWW sites, with short passages describing each.
An e-mail newsletter that notifies you to bellwethers in computer and communications technology, with special attention to commerce information on the Internet.
The latest news and information about the WWW. Includes a dictionary of frequently used Internet terms.
The Desktop Internet Reference is an 1800 page hypertext reference to the World Wide Web. Topics range from, what is the Internet? to where can you find more topics?
Selected databases of the NCSU Libraries Information System using World Wide Web forms. Internet resources organized by subject from general resources, agriculture, design, education, psychology and more.
Information references archive. Including links to topics such as business, communication, computers, culture, entertainment, finance, indexes, infosystems, the WWW and more.
The WWW version provides a startup point for finding E-mail and full Internet access throughout the world.
We suggest you try all the sites to discover which you prefer. Now we have simplified the search forms to make it easier for first-time users.
Gopher is a service that allows users to view and obtain all sorts of files, programs, and software. You can select the items you want from a menu.
Excellent helpful tools for surfing the Web. You must check out my new comprehensive listing of freeware and shareware sites!
Network information retrieval and computer-mediated communication tools by viewing a summary of the purpose, audience, assumptions, and notes as well as get instructions.
Collection of resources useful to Internet trainers, as well as just about anyone else who is on the Net. A collection of over 90 Internet resources.
Directory services, UseNet newsgroups, Internet relay chat, multiple user dialogues, and many more links.
Index of pointers to resources, products and services accessible through the Internet. These pointers provide descriptions of resources available to the Internet community.
A searchable index. Including netfind Email address searches, phone books/directories (via Texas Tech) and local times throughout the world.
Come browse around an extensive amount of resources from adoption, baseball, biotechnology, animals, and Ban extensive business section.
Connects to resources, services, products and information out to the world. Come, let us help you explore the planet, from around the corner, to around the world.
An archive for doing subject searches using the resource provided by CICA. See what you can discover.
Do you have a description of what you are searching for on the net? Then use the SIMTEL archives to complete your search.
Resources on the Internet have the major drawback that any experience and knowledge gained by a user remains untapped. SIMON provides a way to capture that knowledge, for use in an Internet resource discovery system.
Internet Resources by the U.S. Geological Survey providing links to scientific research resources, and index of U.S. geological survey servers, earth and environmental science and more related topics.
An access to several databases of information about the Internet, people and services that can be accessed through the Internet.
Useful sites for a college library/librarian. Guides to resources for faculty, hot paper topics, graduate schools, and a first class reference desk.
Resource supplied by the University of Texas at Austin, to search for information about the university itself, the world, the USA, and the great state of Texas.
This resource spans subjects from an alphabetical index starting with agriculture and astronomy up to the weather and women's resources.
Rank Xerox Research Center, which is a research center with headquarters in Meylan, near Grenoble, France. Included are research laboratories in Meylan and in Cambridge, UK (formerly EuroPARC). Information currently available online.
A location to find information on many topics which are thoughtfully categorized into appropriate sub directories.
Site is dedicated to the full and free distribution of all information you need to work effectively on the Internet.
This site collects, organizes, and presents sources about network information retrieval and computer-mediated communication tools.
Contains information on Internet magazines that accept submissions for publication. Everything from paying and non-paying, literary and non-fiction, including powerful search functions.
Provides access to listings of sites available and information on how to include your own site in this directory.
This site provides access to databases of information about the Internet and people or services that are on the Internet.
This site provides a college environment with guides to resources for faculty, hot paper topics, important sites by major, and a first class reference desk.
Looking for a cool site? Australia's cool sites are selected for their education, entertainment value, graphic design, originality and also for continuing revisit value.
Here you will find random stuff that we come across on the Net. Sports related subjects is all your getting here.
Tired of looking for entertaining sites? Take a look at Barbara's best bookmarks and end your search.
Want to see what's cool on the web? Take a look at BAT's Catch of the day and discover the what we have found.
The University of Pennsylvania has some popular sites that everybody should see. Take a minute to check out what they have to offer.
Interested in the latest fun site on the Internet? Come to the CobWeb and see what you've been missing.
Looking for medical information? Come to the cool medical site of the week and find out what we can show you.
Visit the home pages of ordinary people and see how you can improve on your own. If you are not using the latest version of Netscape, download it here now.
Visit the Cool Science site of the day and discover science-related information. Chose from either total coolness or useful resources.
Glen Davis takes the searching hassle out of looking for cool spots. See what he's found for you today.
CyberQuest is a guide to the Internet. Click on Top Page to find links to many other interesting places.
Links to entertaining sites about cars, boats, travel, sports, games, recreation, music, art, TV, movies, comics, pets and animals, and more.
DiMin Enterprises is devoted to conducting searches for scholarships, grants, fellowships and loans available to students of junior high school through post graduate studies.
Want to put your home page in a visible place? See the Dynamite Site of the Nite and see what's already out there.
Searching for environmental information? Check out the environmental site of the week and find everything you are looking for.
Want to see some of the most creative graphics on the web? Check out what eye Candy's has to offer and utilize their vast resources.
Come to the Geek Site, where technology, web knowledge, and an Internet connection provide for fascinatingly dull communication.
Goteborg University, Faculty of Arts and Humanities in Sweden maintains a list of interesting Web servers in the humanities worldwide. There is also a similar list of gopher servers in the humanities. Both lists are updated regularly.
COAST--Computer Operations, Audit, and Security Technology--is a multiple project, multiple investigator effort in computer security research. It is intended to function with close ties to researchers and engineers in major companies and government agencies.
This space is dedicated to specific issues concerning a Federal model of World Government. The idea is to focus on problems raised by people in the main email List or Newsgroup and allow creative contributors in related fields to offer solutions.
Enpoint Security's web site states that there is insignificant file security and that when it is truly needed it is not there. The site also shows where basic security flaws can be found on the internet.
Hack Netscape and win a T-shirt! Yes, expose security flaws in the most widely used commercial WWW software and you too can have your very own limited edition T-shirt, awarded only to people who have exposed security holes in Netscape Internet products or managed widely publicized Netscape cracking events. For news on this challenge or to get in on the action, click to Hack Netscape.
A discussion and opinion of cryptography use throughout history by the U.S. government and the rights of the U.S. citizens to keep their secrets from them.
This page provides conditioning routines for pseudo-random byte generators or real almost-random sources of entropy.
Re-opening of the SAIC Security Web Site, from the Wateridge facility of Science Applications International (SAIC). It now has a fresh look, easy-to-use interface, and even more security information and links than before.
SFS (Secure FileSystem) is a set of programs which create and manage a number of encrypted disk volumes, and runs under both DOS and Windows. Each volume appears as a normal DOS drive, but all data stored on it is encryped at the individual-sector level.
The following web page is a comprehensive list of security mailing lists. These security mailing lists are important tools to network administrators, network security officers, security consultants, and anyone who needs to keep abreast of the most current security information available.
Everything you ever wanted to know about SESEME(Secure European System for Applications in a Multi-vendor Environment.).
Steganography is the art and science of communicating in a way which hides the existence of the communication. This site contains all things that one would need to form an understanding of steganography.
An opportunity to participate in this survey and to obtain further statistical information on this topic.
A survey attempting to discover every host on the Internet by doing a complete search of the Domain Name System.
A research panel that is used to study a variety of topics ranging from the latest information and communications technology to business and politics.
This organization has launched a market research study on Internet users and online service subscribers. They intend to build a picture of the Internet market based on facts, not hype.
Purpose is to gather data on the characteristics of various web server sites. The data will be used as marketing statistics for companies which offer WWW hardware and software solutions.
This server contains information about Harvest System, which provides an integrated and efficient set of tools to gather, extract, organize, search, cache, and replicate relevant information across the Internet. This site provides access to software, papers, and a number of useful content indexes, including an index of AT&T's 1-800 phone numbers, and an index of more than 24,000 computer-science technical reports from around the world.
These pages offer two major services to users outside of Howard University: a convenient gateway to Internet services provided by Historically Black Colleges and Universities and a comprehensive archive of freeware/shareware programs that can be used to set up an Internet server using Microsoft's Windows NT.
Contains Sun Microsystems Finland's home page. It offers its MT-query site, which runs popular net search engines in parallel.
An on-line seminar that explains building of Web sites for corporations and other large organizations, with particular attention to corporate wide Webs on a private LAN or WAN.
Internet Seminars Incorporated in conjunction with UUNET Canada offers educational materials. The page features a downloadable shareware presentation for trainers and educators.
JES & Associates, Inc., Anaheim, CA, US. This server contains information about JES & Associates, which provides training workshops and seminars for all levels of Internet users. JES is a leading provider of training and textbooks on the Pick, Advanced Pick, uniVerse, and Unidata RDBMS platforms, and conducts a wide variety of courses on all flavors of Unix.
Offers classes on the Internet. We have extensive experience connecting organizations to the Internet and training users in Internet usage.
Provides information about Oslonett, a consulting firm that offers education on Internet use, with links to The Oslonett Marketplace, a pilot service much in the spirit of GNN's Marketplace.
This is a site that allows real-time, full duplex voice communications over the Internet for users with Sun and Linux workstations.
Allows Macintosh users to talk in real time over the Internet, even if only using a 14.4k modem connection.
Allows ability to use quality audio to talk to users. Only requirement is that one knows the other party's e-mail address.
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