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LIR-L September 1994

Subject:

LIR Mail Filter TEST> New & Misc WWW announcements

From:

Peter D Corrigan <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

LIR-L HEA Librarians List <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 7 Sep 1994 19:48:28 +0000

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This computer generated file contains the latest output from the LIR mail
filter, an experimental service, which aims to provide Irish Librarians with
a current awareness service on Internet developments.
 
This service is in early development, so don't be surprised if it alerts you
initially at least, to material of tangential relevance.
 
 ===============================================================================
 
This digest contains information on the following:
 
Subj:   WWW> ART CRIMES--graffiti art gallery opening (fwd)
Subj:   WWW> Electronic magasine in Swedish (fwd)
Subj:   WWW> Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library at the ANU (fwd)
Subj:   WWW> HTTP Servers in Costa Rica (fwd)
Subj:   WWW> New Internet Resource (fwd)
Subj:   WWW> Services via WWW (Archie, Fax, News, etc.) from Au (fwd)
Subj:   WWW> New World Wide Web server services (fwd)
Subj:   WWW> Virtual Summer School (fwd)
Subj:   WWW> VIBE magazine (fwd)
Subj:   WWW> Teachers Guide To Internet (fwd)
Subj:   WWW> WWW server w/ jobs offered database (fwd)
Subj:   WWW> The Alfred Wegener Institute WWW Server (fwd)
 
The full text to the above messages is appended below.
If none are of interest to you, please delete this message.
 
--------------------------------------------------------------
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From:   IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "Gleason Sackman"  6-SEP-1994 12:11:29.50
To:     IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "net-happenings"
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From: Susan Farrell <[log in to unmask]>
Newsgroups: comp.infosystems.www.providers,comp.infosystems.www.misc,
            comp.infosystems.www.users,comp.infosystems.www
Subject: ANNOUNCE:  ART CRIMES--graffiti art gallery opening
Date: 2 Sep 1994 14:20:06 GMT
 
Art Crimes, a graffiti art gallery, features wall art from the U.S. and
the Czech Republic. These elaborate, spraypainted pieces are fresh off
the street and shockingly good. See guerrilla art worth being arrested for:
 
http://www.gatech.edu/desoto/graf/Index.Art_Crimes.html
 
 
:+/:+\:+]:+[:+0:+):+(:+D:+1:+>:+<:+o:+O:+p:+/:+\:+]:+[:+0:+):+(:+D:+1:+
:+<:+o
[log in to unmask] (Susan Farrell)
<A HREF="http://www.gatech.edu/desoto/graf/Index.Art_Crimes.html">Art
Crimes</A>
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From:   IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "Gleason Sackman"  6-SEP-1994 15:18:10.80
To:     IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "net-happenings"
CC:
Subj:   WWW> Electronic magasine in Swedish (fwd)
 
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: [log in to unmask] (Mark Comerford)
Newsgroups: comp.infosystems.www.users
Subject: Announce: Electronic magasine in Swedish
Date: Fri, 02 Sep 1994 15:37:39 +0100
 
The <a href="http://www.jmk.su.se">Department of Journalism, Media and
Communication</a> (JMK) at <a href="http://www.su.se/">Stockholm
University</a>
is proud to announce the release of <a
href="http://www.jmk.su.se/kultur/7.94/home.html">Aftonbladet/KULTUR</a> -
a monthly cultural magazine. This is the result of a collaborative project
between JMK and the Swedish daily newspaper Aftonbladet. Project leader <a
href="http://www.jmk.su.se/mark/marks.place.html">Mark Comerford</a> will
be happy to answer any questions.<p>
 
--
Mark Comerford
Department of Journalism, Media and Communication (JMK)
Stockholm University    +46 8 16 19 33  Fax +46 8 661 03 04
[log in to unmask]         URL: http://www.jmk.su.se/mark/marks.place.html
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From:   IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "Gleason Sackman"  6-SEP-1994 17:51:24.64
To:     IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "net-happenings"
CC:
Subj:   WWW> Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library at the ANU (fwd)
 
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Subject: WWW> Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library at the ANU (fwd)
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 6 Sep 1994 10:59:11 +0100
SENDER: "T. Matthew Ciolek" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: WWW> Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library at the ANU
 
Dear Colleagues,
 
The Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library (ACCESS:
http://coombs.anu.edu.au/WWWVL-Buddhism.html) has been now added to
the other three WWW Virtual Library systems (Asian Studies, Demography
& Population Studies, and Social Sciences) developed and maintained by
the Coombs Computing Unit, Research Schools of Social Sciences &
Pacific and Asian Studies at the  Australian National University
(ACCESS: http://cis.anu.edu.au), Canberra.
 
- with many regards -
 
-==================================================
Dr T. Matthew CIOLEK           [log in to unmask]
ANU Social Sciences Information Systems Administrator,
Coombs Computing Unit, Research School of Social Sciences,
        http://coombs.anu.edu.au/CoombsHome.html
Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 0200, Australia
ph +61 (0)6 249 0110             fax: +61 (0)6 257 1893
===================================================
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From:   IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "Gleason Sackman"  6-SEP-1994 19:44:07.53
To:     IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "net-happenings"
CC:
Subj:   WWW> HTTP Servers in Costa Rica (fwd)
 
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Date: Fri, 2 Sep 1994 18:44:33 ITA
From: Fabio Metitieri <[log in to unmask]>
To: Multiple recipients of list NEWNIR-L <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: HTTP Servers in Costa Rica
 
----------------------------Original message----------------------------
I want to inform that there are now 4 HTTP servers in Costa Rica:
 
www.cr                  -       Server for the Academic National Network
www.ucr.ac.cr           -       Server for the University of Costa Rica
www.cic.itcr.ac.cr      -       Server for the Technological Institute of
                                Costa Rica
www.inbio.ac.cr         -       Server for the Biodiversity Institute of
                                Costa Rica
 
All are in Spanish language. www.cr and www.inbio.acc.r have also
information in English language.
--
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Mario A. Guerra ([log in to unmask])
Soporte de UNIX y Sistemas Abiertos (UNIX and open systems support)
Centro de Informatica, Universidad de Costa Rica, San Pedro, Costa Rica
Telefono (Phone): +506-225-9292,  Fax:  +506-253-6075
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From:   IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "Gleason Sackman"  6-SEP-1994 23:11:09.28
To:     IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "net-happenings"
CC:
Subj:   WWW> New Internet Resource (fwd)
 
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Newsgroups: alt.internet.services
From: [log in to unmask] (Steve Franklin)
Subject: New Internet Resource
Date: Sat, 3 Sep 1994 13:05:05 GMT
 
A new internet resource has been placed on the net to help you in your
navigation of the available internet tools. The WWW address is:
 
http://ug.cs.dal.ca:3400/franklin.html
 
This WWW page is unique in that it is not meant to be entertaining in the
least. Purely helpful. It would be an idea pointer for preliminary computer
science classes and the like, that are looking for a thorough and
simply-designed pointer to the Internet capabilities.
 
It is not meant to be solely an internet guide or a unix guide, but a well
rounded introduction to many of the services that are available on the net.
It was conceived purely to help me with my work over the summer, but with a
bit of work I was able to make it a bit more generic and helpful for others.
Although it was originally designed for the new user, it has been modified
to carry a user from the beginnings right up to the most advanced of
Unix/WWW/etc questions.
 
   I hope that you will have criticisms an comments that you can send to
[log in to unmask] The page isn't exactly "pretty" yet, but I haven't
really found the time or the right approach for formatting/iconization yet.
If you have ideas, I'd certainly love to hear them.
 
   Thanks in advance for you time, and I hope you enjoy the page!
 
Steve Franklin
[log in to unmask]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From:   IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "Gleason Sackman"  6-SEP-1994 23:26:19.53
To:     IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "net-happenings"
CC:
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Date: Fri, 2 Sep 1994 18:45:59 ITA
From: Fabio Metitieri <[log in to unmask]>
To: Multiple recipients of list NEWNIR-L <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Services via WWW (Archie, Fax, News, etc.) from Au
 
----------------------------Original message----------------------------
I have set up a number of Services accessible from the World Wide Web that
should be of interest to Internet Users in Australia with access to WWW.
 
ArchiePlex Form:                http://www.tansu.com.au/Services/ArchiePlex/
           Allows World Wide Web users to lookup files available by
           Anonymous FTP using an Archie Gateway. This Form has been
           localised for Australia so that it's Default Archie Server is
           archie.au. This form is very similar in functionality to the
           XArchie Application and may appeal especially to those sites
           (Ian Hoyle) who do pass WWW but don't really want to pass UDP
           Traffic Past their Firewall (udp_relay).
 
International Fax Gateway Form: http://www.tansu.com.au/Services/Fax/
           A Fill Out Form Gateway to the TPC.INT Service. Allows you to Send
           International Faxes to certain Locations. The Form also
           includes a Verify option to check whether a Fax Number will
           be valid or not.
 
UseNet News Interface Form:     http://www.tansu.com.au/Services/News/
           People with access to NNTP Servers can use this form to Read
           News from their own NNTP Server and People with or without
           Valid Local NNTP News Servers may just use this to discover
           what newsgroups are available and what each newsgroup is for (a
           One Line Description is given for each newsgroup {if known}).
 
WWW Search Engine Forms:        http://www.tansu.com.au/Index/search.html
           A local Index to a number of Excellent Local WWW FORMS linking
           to most of the best WWW Search Engines. These search engine
           Forms are usually the best and quickest way to find information
           in the World Wide Web (via a Keyword Search). These Forms are
           stored locally on this server for Quick Access in Australia.
           Some components of the forms have also been localised for
           Australia to use local services (e.g. Archie).
 
These Services are of course all available from the TANSU Web Server at
URL:
 
        http://www.tansu.com.au/
 
They are all directly within the "Local Index at TANSU" from the TANSU
Home Page URL above.
 
Note: Most of these services are via Fill Out Forms and require a WWW
Browser with Forms capability (e.g. Mosaic and Lynx are two of the most
well known).
 
                                                                Rodney...
--
       Rodney Campbell      |Email : [log in to unmask]
      Telecom Australia     |Snail : PO Box A792, Sydney South 2000, Australia.
Information Technology Group|      : Level 1, 18-20 Orion Rd, Lane Cove West.
       Network Systems      |Phone : +61 (0)2 911 3123   Fax: +61 2 911 3199
                            |  http://www.tansu.com.au/NS/People/rodney.html
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From:   IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "Gleason Sackman"  6-SEP-1994 23:46:14.72
To:     IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "net-happenings"
CC:
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 2 Sep 1994 00:02:40 +0200
From: Eric Harris <[log in to unmask]>
To: Multiple recipients of list <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: New World Wide Web server services
 
Subject: ANNOUCEMENT: NandO.Net
 
The New Media Division of The News and Observer Publishing CO. is proud
to announce the new editions to its World Wide Web server NandO.Net. The
URL is:
 
http://www.nando.net/
 
The new editions to our service include:
 
The Sport Server
  An expansion of our exisiting Baseball Server to include Pro and
College football news, scores and stories with more sports to come
 
The NandO bookstore
  Featuring a growing collection of fiction and references books (CD's
and software coming soon) visitors can order through a handy forms interface.
 
The NandO Entertainment Server
  Featuring listings of happenings in Central North Carolina as well as
book, record and movie reviews.
 
The Mammoth Records home pages
 
The Music Kitchen featuring the Beastie Boys
  (both feature music clips, images and band information galore
 
These new services are in addition to our original offering which we are
continuing to improve and expand. They include:
 
    Samplers of The News & Observer, the daily newspaper for
        Raleigh, NC, and the Research Triangle.
 
    Samplers of our sister publications:
        The Philantrophy Journal
        North Carolina Business
        the insider (daily NC legislative updates)
 
    A sampler of cartoons by Duane Powell
 
The North Carolina Discoveries series, a multimedia joint effort by
        The News & Observer, WTVD (Durham, NC)
        and WUNC-FM (Chapel Hill, NC)
    Unisphere, a resource for international business ventures daily
 
Come on down and visit us!
 
Respectfully submitted
 
Eric Harris, Web Content Coordinator                [log in to unmask]
         "Possession is 9/10ths of the problem" - John Lennon
The News and Observer Publishing Company
127 W. Hargett St., Raleigh, NC 27601
Voice: (919) 836-2834 Fax: (919) 836-2814
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From:   IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "Gleason Sackman"  7-SEP-1994 02:29:05.99
To:     IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "net-happenings"
CC:
Subj:   WWW> Virtual Summer School (fwd)
 
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 5 Sep 1994 16:26:52 +0200
From: zcapj20 <[log in to unmask]>
To: Multiple recipients of list <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Announcement
 
The Human Cognition Research Lab at the Open University, UK would like
to make the following known:-
 
A Virtual Summer School is being run this month by The
Human Cognition Research Laboratory at the UK's Open
University.  The summer school enables students of Cognitive
Pscyhology to participate in group discussions and tutorials via <a
Internet Videoconferencing, and to run experiments, conduct
literature searches, undertake statistical analyses, and of course
socialize and chit-chat, all without leaving their homes.  The
Human Cognition Research Laboratory undertakes a combination
of basic and applied research in Artificial Intelligence (AI),
Knowedge Engineering, Cognitive Science, and Human Computer
Interaction (particularly program visualization). The long-term
goal of this research is to understand the fundamental processes
of cognition, and to exploit this understanding where appropriate
in the design of complex software systems. The Open University,
now in its 25th year, is arguably the grand-daddy of all distance
teaching educational establishments... have a look at the
experimental Open University Home Page.
 
Virtual Summer School Page
http://hcrl.open.ac.uk/virtualsummer.html
HCRL Home Page
http://hcrl.open.ac.uk/
OU Home Page
http://hcrl.open.ac.uk/ou/ouhome.html
Internet Video Conferencing
http://www.ludvigsen.dhhalden.no/webdoc/video.html
 
 
-------------------HTML Document Starts Here ---------------
<Title>Human Cognition Research Lab @ Open University, UK</title>
<h1>Human Cognition Research Lab, Open University, UK</h1>
 
A <a href="http://hcrl.open.ac.uk/virtualsummer.html">Virtual
Summer School</a> is being run this month by The
<a href="http://hcrl.open.ac.uk/">Human Cognition Research
Laboratory</a> at the UK's
<a href="http://hcrl.open.ac.uk/ou/ouhome.html">Open
University</a>.  The summer school enables students of Cognitive
Pscyhology to participate in group discussions and tutorials via
<a href="http://www.ludvigsen.dhhalden.no/webdoc/video.html">
Internet Videoconferencing</a>, and to run experiments, conduct
literature searches, undertake statistical analyses, and of course
socialize and chit-chat, all without leaving their homes.  The
Human Cognition Research Laboratory undertakes a combination
of basic and applied research in Artificial Intelligence (AI),
Knowedge Engineering, Cognitive Science, and Human Computer
Interaction (particularly program visualization). The long-term
goal of this research is to understand the fundamental processes
of cognition, and to exploit this understanding where appropriate
in the design of complex software systems. The Open University,
now in its 25th year, is arguably the grand-daddy of all distance
teaching educational establishments... have a look at the
<a href="http://hcrl.open.ac.uk/ou/ouhome.html">experimental Open
University Home Page</a>.
<hr>
<address>
<post>[log in to unmask]</post>
</address>
------------------end HTML Document------------------
 
-Simon Masterton
a.k.a. [log in to unmask]
a.k.a. [log in to unmask]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From:   IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "Gleason Sackman"  7-SEP-1994 05:22:55.08
To:     IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "net-happenings"
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From: [log in to unmask] (Chan Suh)
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Subject: ANNOUNCE:  VIBE MAGAZINE
Date: 6 Sep 1994 02:50:45 GMT
 
VIBE magazine's WWW server is now avalable at http://www.vibe.com.
 
Currently serving up the June/July, August, and September issues,
www.vibe.com uses isMapped covers for navigation as well as a text
interface.  The September issue has downloadable jpegs of some
never-before-published photographs.
 
We'll also have sound samples from the latest music releases.
 
From: Chan Suh  email:[log in to unmask]   WWW:http://www.vibe.com
VIBE MAGAZINE 205 Lexington Ave. New York, NY  10016 (212) 522-6882
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From:   IN%"[log in to unmask]"  "Gleason Sackman"  7-SEP-1994 06:26:39.86
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From: [log in to unmask] (Chris Beaumont)
Subject: Teachers guide to Internet, more
Date: Fri, 2 Sep 1994 16:24:50 GMT
 
I just wanted to let people know that Quest now has a WWW server, which
is a boon to teachers and others who want to contribute courseware
to put on their server.(to do this, contact [log in to unmask])
Their URL is http://quest.arc.nasa.gov  Also, for a very large
listing of K12 and teacher resources, people might also want to look at
http://www.nas.nasa.gov/HPCC/K12/edures.html
 
Additions and feedback are always welcome.. let us know what you think.
Thank you.
-Chris Beaumont.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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From: [log in to unmask] (IPC Technologies)
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Subject: ANNOUNCE: WWW server w/ jobs offered database
Date: 2 Sep 1994 17:26:30 GMT
 
Announcing the IPC Technologies WWW server with the new
Jobs Offered database!
 
IPC Technologies is a cutting-edge client/server consulting firm
based in Richmond, VA. Our clients include many Fortune 500
companies throughout the mid-Atlantic region.
 
We are rapidly growing and have many employment opportunities for
computer professionals. Our recruiting department is maintaining
the Jobs Offered database, which is updated daily.
 
http://www.ipctech.com/
 
Web providers: Add a link to our site!
 
Email questions about our job opportunities to [log in to unmask]
Email questions about the IPC WWW Server to [log in to unmask]
 
---
 
 .--------------------------------------------------.
|    Stormy Hamlin     -=-     [log in to unmask]      |
|  Recruiting Dept.  IPC Technologies, Richmond, VA  |
 `--------------------------------------------------'
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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From: [log in to unmask] (Chris Dodge)
Subject: ANNOUNCE: The Alfred Wegener Institute WWW Server
Date: 06 Sep 1994 08:05:15 GMT
 
It appears that this group has become the accepted place
announcements, (and my announcement to comp.infosystems.announce has
not appeared) so here goes....
 
 
             ***** ANNOUNCING THE WWW SERVER OF *****
 
-- The Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research --
 
The AWI is a German national research centre for Polar and Marine
research, and as such has collected huge amounts of data related to
Global Change research. It is hoped that we can make much of this
data more widely available via the Web.
 
Already "on-line" are ozone soundings from the Antarctic - you can
watch the ozone depletion over the coming Antarctic summer in
"real-time".
 
Soon the electronic version of the "Hydrographic Atlas of the Southern
Ocean" will be available, plus more....
 
This can all be found at:
 
             http://www.awi-bremerhaven.de/
 
Problems, comments, ideas - please to [log in to unmask]
 
"Stop by" as they say....
 
Cheers
 
--
 
  Chris Dodge    Alfred Wegener Institut for Polar and Marine Research
                 Postfach 12 01 61
                 27515 Bremerhaven
                 GERMANY
 
         Tel:    +49 (0)471 4831 - 269
      E-Mail:    [log in to unmask]

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