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BROWSABILITY

  1. Aslib, Proceedings of the International Study Conference on Classification for Information Retrieval (London: Aslib, 1957)

  2. Bohdan S. Wynar, Introduction to Cataloging and Classification (Libraries Unlimited: Littleton CO, 1980) pg. 394

  3. Derek Langridge, Approach to Classification for Students of Librarianship (Hamden, Connecticut: Linnet Books, 1973)

CGI SCRIPTING
  1. "Overview of CGI" - "This page contains pointers to information and resources on the Common Gateway Interface, a standard for the interface between external gateway programs and information servers." <URL:http:// www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/CGI/Overview.html>

  2. "FastCGI" - FastCGI is a new, open extension to CGI that provides high performance for all Internet applications without any of the limitations of existing Web server APIs. <URL:http:// www.fastcgi.com/>

  3. "Perl Language Home Page" - This is the offical home page for Perl <URL:http:// www.perl.com/perl/>

  4. "[Perl Ports]" - This will take you to a randomly chosen FTP site hosting the Macintosh and Windows-based ported versions of Perl. <URL:http:// www.perl.com/CPAN/ports/>

  5. O'Reilly & Associates, Inc., "Software Library - Extras" - Here is a set of CGI resources specicically for WebSite. <URL:http:// software.ora.com/techsupport/software/extras.html>

  6. Chuck Shotton, "Using FileMaker Pro with MacHTTP" - An archive with sample forms and CGI that shows how to hook MacHTTP to FMPro. <URL:http:// www.biap.com/machttp/examples/fmpro.sit.hqx>

  7. Chuck Shotton, "Writing Search Engines for MacHTTP " - This points to an archive containing C source code for a sample application that performs searches in conjunction with MacHTTP using the "srch" AppleEvent. <URL:http:// www.biap.com/machttp/ftp/search_ex.sit.hqx>

  8. Danny Goodman, Complete AppleScript Handbook (Random House: New York, 1994)

  9. Dave Winer, "Frontier Community Center" - "Frontier is a scripting system for the Macintosh. Lots of features, lots of verbs. It used to be a commercial product, but now it's free. Why? Because I want Frontier to have a shot at becoming a standard. I think it'll be fun!" <URL:http:// www.scripting.com/frontier/>

  10. Derrick Schneider, Tao of AppleScript (Hayden Books: Carmel, IN, 1993)

  11. Gisle Aas, "LIBWWW-PERL-5" - "The libwww-perl distribution is a collection of Perl modules which provides a simple and consistent programming interface (API) to the World-Wide Web. The main focus of the library is to provide classes and functions that allow you to write WWW clients, thus libwww-perl said to be a WWW client library. The library also contain modules that are of more general use." <URL:http:// www.sn.no/libwww-perl/>

  12. John G. Cope, "Win-httpd CGI-DOS" - Here is a wrapper for Perl scripts written for DOS/Windows machines. <URL:http:// www.achilles.net/~john/cgi-dos/>

  13. Lincoln D. Stein, "CGI.pm" - This is Perl 5 module for creating and processing HTML+ forms. <URL:http:// www.genome.wi.mit.edu/ftp/pub/software/WWW/cgi_docs.html>

  14. Lincoln D. Stein, "CGI::* Modules for Perl5" - Here is a collection of Perl libraries for creating Perl-based CGI scripts. <URL:http:// www.genome.wi.mit.edu/WWW/tools/scripting/CGIperl/>

  15. Matt Wright, "Matt's Script Archive" - A collection of Perl scripts as well as lists of other Perl script collections. <URL:http:// worldwidemart.com/scripts/>

  16. Matthias Neeracher, "MacPerl and PCGI" - This points to the FTP archive for MacPerl and PCGI, a script inserting the necessary resources into a MacPerl script so it can be executed as a CGI script. <URL:ftp:// err.ethz.ch/pub/neeri/MacPerl/>

  17. Meng Weng Wong, "Index of Perl/HTML archives" - "This is a list of Perl scripts and archives involving HTML." <URL:http:// www.seas.upenn.edu/~mengwong/perlhtml.html>

  18. NCSA, "Common Gateway Interface" - This is the official specification for CGI scripting. <URL:http:// hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/cgi/intro.html>

  19. NCSA, "Mosaic for X version 2.0 Fill-Out Form Support" - This is the original specification for what was then called HTML+ FORMS. <URL:http:// www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/SDG/Software/Mosaic/Docs/fill-out-forms/overview.html>

  20. Robert Godwin-Jones, "Guide to Web Forms and CGI Scripts for Language Learning" <URL:http:// www.fln.vcu.edu/cgi/interact.html>

  21. Roy Fielding, "WWW Protocol Library for Perl" - "libwww-perl is a library of Perl packages/modules which provides a simple and consistent programming interface to the World Wide Web. This library is being developed as a collaborative effort to assist the further development of useful WWW clients and tools." <URL:http:// www.ics.uci.edu/pub/websoft/libwww-perl/>

  22. Sandra Silcot, "MacPerl Primer" - "This Primer is intended to assist new users get started with Macintosh Perl, and to point out salient differences for experienced Unix Perlers. This Primer is not a language reference manual, nor does it replace Matthias's documentation or Hal Wine's Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about MacPerl. The primer assumes you have already obtained and installed MacPerl, and that you have read the MacPerl FAQ." <URL:http:// www.unimelb.edu.au/~ssilcot/macperl-primer/home.html>

  23. Selena Sol, "Selena Sol's Public Domain CGI Script Archive and Resource List" - "n the following pages we have included both working examples of our scripts as well as the text of the code so that you can have one window open with the code and the other with the working script. Hopefully this design will help you figure out how we did what we did, so that you can take the ideas and run with them for your own needs." <URL:http:// www.eff.org/~erict/Scripts/>

  24. Selena Sol, "Selena Sol's Public Domain CGI Script Archive and Resource Library" - This is a very useful collection of free Perl scripts and libraries for use on our HTTP server. <URL:http:// www.eff.org/~erict/Scripts/>

  25. StarNINE, "Extending WebSTAR" - This is an extensive list of scripts and "plug-ins" for WebSTAR. <URL:http:// www.starnine.com/development/extendingwebstar.html>

  26. Steven E. Brenner, "cgi-lib.pl Home Page" - Here is a long list of Perl instruction books as well as documentation for cgi-lib.pl, a very popular Perl library for processing the input of HTML+ forms. <URL:http:// www.bio.cam.ac.uk/cgi-lib/>

  27. Yahoo!, "Gateways (Yahoo!)" - A collection on searching gateway scripts, as well as a number of CGI examples are found here. <URL:http:// www.yahoo.com/Computers/World_Wide_Web/Gateways/>

  28. Yahoo!, "CGI - Common Gateway Interface (Yahoo!)" - A large collection of CGI scripts. <URL:http:// www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Internet/World_Wide_Web/CGI ___Common_Gateway_Interface/>

MAINTENANCE
  1. Boutell.Com, Inc., "Wusage" - "Wusage is a statistics system that helps you determine the true impact of your web server. By measuring the popularity of your documents, as well as identifying the sites that access your server most often, wusage provides valuable marketing information. Practically all organizations, whether commercial or educational or nonprofit, need solid numbers to make credible claims about the World Wide Web. Wusage fills that need." <URL:http:// www.boutell.com/wusage/>

  2. Gisle Aas, "LIBWWW-PERL-5" - "The libwww-perl distribution is a collection of Perl modules which provides a simple and consistent programming interface (API) to the World-Wide Web. The main focus of the library is to provide classes and functions that allow you to write WWW clients, thus libwww-perl said to be a WWW client library. The library also contain modules that are of more general use." <URL:http:// www.sn.no/libwww-perl/>

  3. Roy Fielding, "wwwstat and splitlog" - "The wwwstat program will process a sequence of HTTPd common logfile format (CLF) access_log files and output a log summary in HTML format suitable for publishing on a website. The splitlog program will process a sequence of CLF (or CLF with a prefix) access_log files and split the entries into separate files according to the requested URL and/or vhost prefix." <URL:http:// www.ics.uci.edu/WebSoft/wwwstat/>

  4. Roy Fielding, "MOMSpider: Mulit-owner Maintenance Spider" - "MOMspider is a web-roaming robot that specializes in the maintenance of distributed hypertext infostructures (i.e. wide-area webs). The program is written in Perl and, once customized for your site, should work on any UNIX-based system with Perl 4.036." <URL:http:// www.ics.uci.edu/pub/websoft/MOMspider/>

READABILITY
  1. Dave Raggett, "Introducting HTML 3.2" - "HTML 3.2 adds widely deployed features such as tables, applets and text flow around images, superscripts and subscripts while providing backwards compatibility with the existing standard HTML 2.0." <URL:http:// www.w3.org/pub/WWW/MarkUp/Wilbur/>

  2. Dave Raggett, "HyperText Markup Language (HTML) " - This is a useful guide to other HTML pages. <URL:http:// www.w3.org/pub/WWW/MarkUp/>

  3. HTML Writers Guild, "Advice for HTML Authors" - "This is a list of advice for HTML authors, aimed at helping people produce quality HTML. It is intended to educate HTML authors to the elements of good and bad HTML style, focusing on some common problems with current HTML on the Web. It does not seek to ``control'' Guild members, but rather to encourage them to adopt these practices in their everyday HTML construction." <URL:http:// ugweb.cs.ualberta.ca/~gerald/guild/style.html>

  4. HTML Writers Guild, "HTML Writers Guide Website" - "Welcome to The HTML Writers Guild Website, the first international organization of World Wide Web page authors and Internet Publishing professionals. Guild members have access to resources including: HTML and Web business mailing lists, information repositories, and interaction with their peers." <URL:http:// www.hwg.org/>

  5. James "Eric" Tilton, "Composing Good HTML" - "This document attempts to address stylistic points of HTML composition, both at the document and the web level." <URL:http:// www.cs.cmu.edu/~tilt/cgh/>

  6. Jan V. White, Graphic Design for the Electronic Age, (Watson-Guptill : New York 1988)

  7. Kevin Werbach, "Bare Bones Guide to HTML" - "The Guide lists every tag in the official HTML 3.2 specification, plus the Netscape extensions, in a concise, organized format." <URL:http:// werbach.com/barebones/>

  8. Microsoft, "Microsoft Site Builder Workshop: Authoring" - This set of pages outline how to take advantage of HTML extentions with Microsoft's Internet Explorer. <URL:http:// www.microsoft.com/workshop/author/>

  9. Microsoft, "Microsoft Site Builder Workshop: Design/Creative" - Here you will find examples of page layout possibilities for HTML and Internet Explorer. <URL:http:// www.microsoft.com/workshop/design/>

  10. Mike Sendall, "HTML converters" - Here is a list of applications converting documents into HTML. <URL:http:// www.w3.org/pub/WWW/Tools/Filters.html>

  11. NCSA, "Beginner's Guide to HTML" - "The guide is used by many to start to understand the hypertext markup language (HTML) used on the World Wide Web. It is an introduction and does not pretend to offer instructions on every aspect of HTML. Links to additional Web-based resources about HTML and other related aspects of preparing files are provided at the end of the guide." <URL:http:// www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/General/Internet/WWW/HTMLPrimer.html>

  12. Netscape Communications Corporation, "Creating Net Sites" - This is a page to Netscape HTML extensions. <URL:http:// home.netscape.com/home/how-to-create-web-services.html>

  13. Robin Williams, The Non-Designer's Design Book (Peach Pit Press: Berkeley CA 1994)

  14. Roy Paul Nelson, Publication Design, 5th ed. (Wm. C Brown: Debuque IA 1991)

  15. Tim Berners-Lee, "Style Guide for online hypertext" - "This guide is designed to help you create a WWW hypertext database that effectively communicates your knowledge to the reader." <URL:http:// www.w3.org/pub/WWW/Provider/Style/Overview.html>

  16. W3, "HyperTetxt Design Issues" - "This lists decisions to be made in the design or selection of a hypermedia information system. It assumes familiarity with the concept of hypertext. A summary of the uses of hypertext systems is followed by a list of features which may or may not be available. Some of the points appear in the Comms ACM July 88 articles on various hypertext systems. Some points were discussed also at ECHT90 . Tentative answers to some design decisions from the CERN perspective are included." <URL:http:// www.w3.org/pub/WWW/DesignIssues/Overview.html>

  17. Yahoo!, "HTML Editors (Yahoo!)" - This is a list of HTML editors and guides to other lists of editors. <URL:http:// www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Software/Internet/ World_Wide_Web/HTML_Editors/>

  18. Yale Center for Advanced Instructional Media, "Yale C/AIM WWW Style Manual" - This is one of the more scholarly treatments of the subject. <URL:http:// info.med.yale.edu/caim/StyleManual_Top.HTML>

SEARCHABILITY
  1. "Web Server Search for Windows" - "WSS is a CGI back-end for Windows based Web servers that allows your clients to conduct simple queries on html files in an unlimited number of directories. The output is a listing of links containing the title, heading, or file name of files that contain the search string. You simply modify the search.ini file for the directories you want users to search, and insert a form into your page that includes the number of directories to search, a reference to these directores and a submit button. WSS takes care of the rest." <URL:http:// wgg.com/wgg/best/search.htm>

  2. Chuck Shotton, "Using FileMaker Pro with MacHTTP" - An archive with sample forms and CGI that shows how to hook MacHTTP to FMPro. <URL:http:// www.biap.com/machttp/examples/fmpro.sit.hqx>

  3. Chuck Shotton, "Writing Search Engines for MacHTTP " - This points to an archive containing C source code for a sample application that performs searches in conjunction with MacHTTP using the "srch" AppleEvent. <URL:http:// www.biap.com/machttp/ftp/search_ex.sit.hqx>

  4. Glimpse Working Group, "Glimpse" - "Glimpse is a very powerful indexing and query system that allows you to search through all your files very quickly. It can be used by individuals for their personal file systems as well as by organizations for large data collections. Glimpse is the default search engine in Harvest." <URL:http:// glimpse.cs.arizona.edu/>

  5. Kevin Hughes, "SWISH Documentation" - "SWISH stands for Simple Web Indexing System for Humans. With it, you can index directories of files and search the generated indexes. For an example of swish can do, try searching for the words "office and map" at EIT. All of the search databases you see there were indexed by swish. When you do a search, it's the swish program that's doing the actual searching." <URL:http:// www.eit.com/software/swish/swish.html>

  6. Mic Bowman, et al., "Harvest Information Discovery and Access System" - "Harvest is an integrated set of tools to gather, extract, organize, search, cache, and replicate relevant information across the Internet. With modest effort users can tailor Harvest to digest information in many different formats from many different machines, and offer custom search services on the web." <URL:http:// harvest.transarc.com/>

  7. Yahoo!, "Gateways (Yahoo!)" - A collection on searching gateway scripts, as well as a number of CGI examples are found here. <URL:http:// www.yahoo.com/Computers/World_Wide_Web/Gateways/>

SECURITY
  1. A.L. Digital Ltd., "Apache-SSL" - "Apache-SSL is a secure Webserver, based on Apache and SSLeay. It is licensed under a BSD-style licence, which means, in short, that you are free to use it for commercial or non-commercial purposes, so long as you retain the copyright notices. This is the same licence as used by Apache from version 0.8.15." <URL:http:// www.algroup.co.uk/Apache-SSL/>

  2. Brigitte Jellinek, "bjellis perl scripts" - This page hosts a few scripts used to modify username/password combinations for basic HTTP authentication. <URL:http:// www.cosy.sbg.ac.at/www-doku/tools/bjscripts.html>

  3. CERT, "COPS" - "COPS is a unix security toolkit that analyzes your system security." <URL:ftp:// ftp.cert.org/pub/tools/cops/>

  4. Lincoln D. Stein, "World Wide Web Security FAQ" - "It attempts to answer some of the most frequently asked questions relating to the security implications of running a Web server. There is also a short section on Web security from the browser's perspective." <URL:http:// www.genome.wi.mit.edu/WWW/faqs/www-security-faq.html>

  5. Rutgers University Network Services www-security team, "World Wide Web Security" - "This document indexes information on security for the World Wide Web, HTTP, HTML, and related software/protocols." <URL:http:// www-ns.rutgers.edu/www-security/>

  6. W3, "Access Authorization in WWW" - "This is the documentation of WWW telnet-level Access Authorization as implemented in October 1993 (Basic) scheme, part of the WWW Common Library). Contains also proposals for encryption level protection (Pubkey scheme proposal and RIPEM based proposal)." <URL:http:// www.w3.org/pub/WWW/AccessAuthorization/Overview.html>

SERVERS
  1. "Apache HTTP Server Project" - "The Apache project has been organized in an attempt to answer some of the concerns regarding active development of a public domain HTTP server for UNIX. The goal of this project is to provide a secure, efficient and extensible server which provides HTTP services in sync with the current HTTP standards." <URL:http:// www.apache.org/>

  2. "WebSite Central" - This is the official home page of WebSite. <URL:http:// website.ora.com/>

  3. Brian Behlendorf, et al., "Running a Perfect Web Site with Apache" (Indianapolis, IN: Que, 1996) - "This book is designed for those who are new to setting up a Web server on a UNIX platform. The featured Web server is Apache, though many of the subjects covered are applicable to other Web servers."

  4. CERN, "[Summary of HTTP Error Codes]" <URL:http:// www.w3.org/pub/WWW/Protocols/HTTP/HTRESP.html>

  5. David Strom, "WebCompare" - "[T]he leading site for in-depth information on server software for the World Wide Web." <URL:http:// webcompare.iworld.com/>

  6. NCSA, "NCSA HTTPd Overview" - These pages document the NCSA HTTPd server, the server WebSite is based upon. <URL:http:// hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/docs/Overview.html>

  7. Roy Fielding, "WWW Protocol Library for Perl" - "libwww-perl is a library of Perl packages/modules which provides a simple and consistent programming interface to the World Wide Web. This library is being developed as a collaborative effort to assist the further development of useful WWW clients and tools." <URL:http:// www.ics.uci.edu/pub/websoft/libwww-perl/>

  8. StarNINE, "WebSTAR Product Information" - "WebSTAR(TM) is the industry standard for transforming your Mac into a powerful Web server. WebSTAR can serve millions of connections per day, and is fully extensible through WebSTAR plug-ins." <URL:http:// www.starnine.com/webstar/webstar.html>

  9. StarNine, "WebSTAR" - Based on Chuck Shotton's MacHTTP, WebSTAR(TM) helps you publish hypertext documents to millions of Web users around the world, right from your Macintosh. You can also use WebSTAR to put any Macintosh file on the Web, including GIF and JPEG images and even QuickTime(TM) movies. And yet, using WebSTAR is as easy as AppleShare(r). Plus, it's faster than many Web servers running on UNIX. <URL:http:// www.starnine.com/webstar/webstar.html>

  10. Stephen Turner, "Analog" - "Fast, professional WWW logfile analysis for Unix, DOS, NT, Mac and VMS." <URL:http:// www.statslab.cam.ac.uk/~sret1/analog/>

WORLD WIDE WEB
  1. "World Wide Web" - This URL will take you to a terminal-based WWW browser. <URL:telnet://telnet.w3.org/>

  2. "World Wide Web Consortium [W3C]" - The Consortium provides a number of public services: 1) A repository of information about the World Wide Web for developers and users, especially specifications about the Web; 2) A reference code implementation to embody and promote standards 3) Various prototype and sample applications to demonstrate use of new technology. <URL:http:// www.w3.org/pub/WWW/>

  3. Alan Richmond, "WWW Development" <URL:http:// www.charm.net/~web/Vlib/>

  4. Bob Alberti, et al., "Internet Gopher protocol" <URL:ftp:// ftp.lib.ncsu.edu/pub/stacks/finding/protocol.txt>

  5. CERN European Laboratory for Particle Physics , "CERN Welcome" - CERN is one of the world's largest scientific laboratories and an outstanding example of international collaboration of its many member states. (The acronym CERN comes from the earlier French title: "Conseil Europeen pour la Recherche Nucleaire") <URL:http:// www.cern.ch/>

  6. CNIDR, "freewais Page" <URL:http:// cnidr.org/cnidr_projects/freewais.html>

  7. Daniel W. Connolly, "WWW Names and Addresses, URIs, URLs, URNs, URCs" - "Addressing is one of the fundamental technologies in the web. URLs, or Uniform Resouce Locators, are the technology for addressing documents on the web. It is an extensible technology: there are a number of existing addressing schemes, and more may be incorporated over time." <URL:http:// www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Addressing/Addressing.html>

  8. Distributed Computing Group within Academic Computing Services of The University of Kansas, "About Lynx" <URL:http:// kufacts.cc.ukans.edu/about_lynx/about_lynx.html>

  9. Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), "HTTP: A protocol for networked information" - HTTP is a protocol with the lightness and speed necessary for a distributed collaborative hypermedia information system. It is a generic stateless object-oriented protocol, which may be used for many similar tasks such as name servers, and distributed object-oriented systems, by extending the commands, or "methods", used. A feature if HTTP is the negotiation of data representation, allowing systems to be built independently of the development of new advanced representations. <URL:http:// www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Protocols/HTTP/HTTP2.html>

  10. Karen MacArthur, "World Wide Web Initiative: The Project" - [This site hosts many standard concerning the World Wide Web in general.] <URL:http:// www.w3.org/>

  11. Mary Ann Pike, et al., Special Edition Using the Internet with Your Mac (Que: Indianapolis, IN 1995)

  12. N. Borenstein, "MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions)" - "This document is designed to provide facilities to include multiple objects in a single message, to represent body text in character sets other than US-ASCII, to represent formatted multi- font text messages, to represent non-textual material such as images and audio fragments, and generally to facilitate later extensions defining new types of Internet mail for use by cooperating mail agents. <URL:http:// www.oac.uci.edu/indiv/ehood/MIME/1521/rfc1521ToC.html>

  13. National Center for Supercomputing Applications, "A Beginner's Guide to URLs" <URL:http:// www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/demoweb/url-primer.html>

  14. NCSA, "NCSA Home Page" <URL:http:// www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/>

  15. NCSA, "NCSA Mosaic Home Page" <URL:http:// www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/SDG/Software/Mosaic/Docs/help-about.html>

  16. NCSA, "NCSA Mosaic for the Macintosh Home Page" <URL:http:// www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/SDG/Software/MacMosaic/MacMosaicHome.html>

  17. NCSA, "NCSA Mosaic for Microsoft Windows Home Page" <URL:http:// www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/SDG/Software/WinMosaic/HomePage.html>

  18. NCSA HTTPd Development Team, "NCSA HTTPd Overview" <URL:http:// hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/docs/Overview.html>

  19. Software Development Group (SDG) at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, "SDG Introduction" <URL:http:// www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/SDG/SDGIntro.html>

  20. Thomas Boutell, "World Wide Web FAQ" - "The World Wide Web Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) is intended to answer the most common questions about the web." <URL:http:// www.boutell.com/faq/>

  21. Tim Berners-Lee, Roy T. Fielding, and Henrik Frystyk Nielsen, "Hypertext Transfer Protocol" - "The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) has been in use by the World-Wide Web global information initiative since 1990. HTTP is an application-level protocol with the lightness and speed necessary for distributed, collaborative, hyper media information systems. It is a generic, stateless, object-oriented protocol which can be used for many tasks, such as name servers and distributed object management systems, through extension of its request methods (commands). A feature of HTTP is the typing and negotiation of data representation, allowing systems to be built independently of the data being transferred." <URL:http:// www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Protocols/Overview.html>

  22. Ulrich Pfeifer, "FreeWAIS-sf" <URL:http:// ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/freeWAIS-sf/>

  23. University of Kansas, "KUfact Online Information System" <URL:http:// kufacts.cc.ukans.edu/cwis/kufacts_start.html>

  24. University of Minnesota Computer & Information Services Gopher Consultant service, "Information about gopher" <URL:gopher:// gopher.tc.umn.edu/11/Information%20About%20Gopher>

  25. URI working group of the Internet Engineering Task Force, "Uniform Resource Locators" <URL:http:// www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Addressing/URL/URL_TOC.html>

  26. Vannevar Bush, "As We May Think" Atlantic Monthly 176 (July 1945): 101-108 <URL:http:// www.isg.sfu.ca/~duchier/misc/vbush/>

  27. WAIS, Inc., "WAIS, Inc." <URL:http:// www.wais.com/>


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