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  1. World-Wide Web and Mosaic: An overview for librarians
    • Description: This paper overviews the World-Wide Web (frequently abbreviated as "W3," "WWW," or the "Web") and related systems and standards. First, it introduces Web concepts and tools and describes how they fit together to form a coherent whole, including the client/server model of computing, the Uniform Resource Locator (URL), selected Web client and server programs, the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP), the HyperText Markup Language (HTML), selected HTML converters and editors, and Common Gateway Interface (CGI) scripts. Second, it discusses strategies for organizing Web information. Finally, it advocates the direct involvement of librarians in the development of Web information resources.
    • Date: 1994-09-27
    • Source: This article was originally published in The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 5, no. 6 (1994): 5-26.
    • Subject(s): Web servers; HTML (Hypertext Markup Language); articles;
    • URL: http://infomotions.com/musings/www-and-libraries/index.shtml
  2. Introduction to World Wide Web Servers
  3. Exploiting "Light-weight" Protocols and Open Source Tools to Implement Digital Library Collections and Services
    • Description: This article describes the design and implementation of two digital library collections and services using a number of light-weight protocols and open source tools. These protocols and tools include OAI-PMH (Open Archives Initiative-Protocol for Metadata Harvesting), SRU (Search/Retrieve via URL), Perl, MyLibrary, Swish-e, Plucene, ASPELL, and WordNet. More specifically, we describe how these protocols and tools are employed in the Ockham Alerting service and MyLibrary@Ockham. The services are illustrative examples of how the library community can actively contribute to the scholarly communications process by systematically and programmatically collecting, organizing, archiving, and disseminating information freely available on the Internet. Using the same techniques described here, other libraries could expose their own particular content for their specific needs and audiences.
    • Date: 2005-10-01
    • Source: This article was originally published in D-Lib Magazine, volume 11, Number 10 (October 2005). Its DOI is doi:10.1045/october2005-morgan. Additionally, Xiaorong Xiang was the lead author of this article.
    • Subject(s): articles; OCKHAM (Open Community Knowledge Hypermedia Administration and Metadata); Web Services; open source software;
    • URL: http://infomotions.com/musings/protocols-and-oss/index.shtml
  4. Introduction to Search/Retrieve URL Service (SRU)
    • Description: This article is an introduction to the "brother and sister" Web Service protocols named Search/Retrieve Web Service (SRW) and Search/Retrieve URL Service (SRU) with an emphasis on the later. More specifically, the article outlines the problems SRW/U are intended to solve, the similarities and differences between SRW and SRU, the complimentary nature of the protocols with OAI-PMH, and how SRU is being employed in a sponsored NSF grant called OCKHAM to facilitate an alerting service. The article is seasoned with a bit of XML and Perl code to illustrate the points.
    • Date: 2004-07-17
    • Source: This article was originally published in Ariadne, issue number 40, July 2004.
    • Subject(s): SRU (Search/Retrieve URL Service); articles; Web Services; XML (eXtensible Mark-up Language);
    • URL: http://infomotions.com/musings/sru/index.shtml
  5. Teaching a new dog old tricks
    • Description: Teaching a New Dog Old Tricks is an instruction manual describing how to create and manage Macintosh-based World Wide Web servers. After providing a bit of background about the World Wide Web, this book describes how to: 1) effectively use and enhance your World Wide Web browsers, 2) install and maintain MacHTTP, 3) write hypertext markup language documents, 4) enhance your server with imagemaps and common gateway scripts, and 5) organize and provide searching services for your server. This book is intended for the person who wants to disseminate information on the Internet including persons in government, education, and industry.
    • Date: 1995-09-25
    • Source: This manuscript was sponsored by an Apple Computer Library of Tomorrow (ALOT) grant in 1995.
    • Subject(s): articles; Web servers; HTML (Hypertext Markup Language);
    • URL: http://infomotions.com/musings/tricks/manuscript/index.shtml
  6. Becoming a World Wide Web server expert
    • Description: Through a series of presentations, demonstrations, group exercises, handouts, and video interviews, this one-day workshop will address the issues surrounding the initial development and ongoing maintenance of useful World Wide Web (WWW) servers.
    • Date: 1997-02-23
    • Source: This workshop was originally presented at William and Mary College, March 14, 1997, and sponsored by LITA/ALA. It was also given Florida International University (FIU) on May 16, 1997, and finally at University of Illinois at Chicago, March 17, 1998.
    • Subject(s): presentations; Web servers; HTML (Hypertext Markup Language);
    • URL: http://infomotions.com/musings/waves/index.shtml

Creator: Eric Lease Morgan <eric_morgan@infomotions.com>
Date created: 2000-06-20
Date updated: 2010-05-01
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