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ReliefNet and ReliefRock are Announced!

RELIEFNET IS ANNOUNCED---LEADING CHARITIES ACCEPT PLEDGES THROUGH INTERNET
FOR FIRST TIME. WORLD'S FIRST ONLINE VIRTUAL BENEFIT CONCERT, "RELIEFROCK,"
FOR RWANDA BEGINS. ONLINE BENEFIT FOR HAITI PLANNED.

ReliefNet, a new feature of the internet that promotes online humanitarian
aid, was announced today. ReliefNet enables internet users to instantly
help global relief efforts and make online pledges to relief agencies,
for the first time.

Charter participants in ReliefNet include Oxfam America, CARE, American
Friends Service Committee, Operation USA, YMCA, Lutheran World Relief,
International Medical Corps., Doctors Without Borders, Medical Assistance
Program, Adventist Development Relief Agency, SURAnet, Warner Bros.
Records, IUMA (the Internet Underground Music Archives), CyberSpace
Promotions, and EarthWeb.

ReliefNet's "ReliefRock for Rwanda," the first internet virtual benefit
concert in history, was also unveiled. Plans for including Haiti in
ReliefRock are underway. ReliefNet and ReliefRock are prime examples of
an emerging trend to use the internet for global humanitarian advocacy.

ReliefRock for Rwanda will enable internet users to make online
charitable donations while downloading music samples by Prince, Eric
Clapton, Neil Young, Laurie Anderson, and many other artists. ReliefRock
will run from Friday, September 16,1994 until Friday, November 11, 1994,
and longer if necessary.

ReliefNet is sponsored by ReliefNet, Ltd., a non-profit organization.
ReliefNet routes pledges to participating organizations. Pledges do not
contain confidential or credit card information and are therefore
safe to send across the internet. Pledges can be made via WWW, gopher,
telnet, and even by email---which enables users of America Online,
Compuserve, and Prodigy to also make online pledges via ReliefNet!

"ReliefNet amplifies the diverse resources for humanitarian information
on the internet through promotions and a safe internet pledge system,"
explains Jack D. Hidary, a director of EarthWeb, Ltd. EarthWeb develops
online commerce and information services, and initiated ReliefNet and
ReliefRock as a pro bono project.

"CARE has mounted a comprehensive relief effort in five countries to
assist in the Rwandan crisis. CARE will continue to rely on the support of
the American public, through efforts such as ReliefNet, to meet the
challenges ahead," Katya Andresen, Donor Response Supervisor, for CARE, said.

"As well as Rwanda, ReliefNet also provides information about the crisis
in Haiti, and many other areas as well. We are ready to speed pledges to
disaster relief agencies around the world," says Murray Hidary, a
director of EarthWeb.

"ReliefNet sets the pace for future events which apply the internet to
today's humanitarian needs," adds Ronald Vasaturo, of SURAnet, the
leading provider of internet connectivity in the Southeastern USA, the
Caribbean, and South America.

"By providing timely information and analysis from humanitarian
organizations like Lutheran World Relief, over the Internet, ReliefNet
can play a vital role in motivating effective actions in emergency
situations," adds Kathryn F. Woford, Executive Director, Lutheran World
Relief.

"THE INTERNET IS WAKING UP!---It's not just for email anymore, it is
now a powerful medium for electronic democracy and citizenship," adds
Nova Spivack, a vice-president of EarthWeb. "If the internet is like the
nervous system of our planet, then ReliefNet is like the beginning of its
conscience," Spivack explains.

ACCESS INFORMATION:
World Wide Web: http://www.earthweb.com:2800/
Gopher: earthweb.com 2801
Mailbot: [email protected]
Pledge via telnet: telnet earthweb.com 2803
Pledge via email, send empty letter to: [email protected]

RELIEFNET CONTACTS:

-Washington, D.C.: EarthWeb, Jack D. Hidary, (301) 231-5058
-Boston: EarthWeb, Nova Spivack, (617) 625-6440
-New York, NY: EarthWeb, Murray Hidary, (212) 736-6540
-Lutheran World Relief, John Fazio, (212) 532-6350
-CARE, Katya Andresen, (404) 681-2552 x310
-American Friends Service Committee, Scott Duncan, (215) 241-7087
-SURAnet, Ronald Vasaturo, (301) 489-8123
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EARTHWEB'S PRESS AND MEDIA INFO:

All media inquiries for EarthWeb, ReliefNet, and ReliefRock are welcome.
Please contact:

Nova Spivack ([email protected]); (617) 625-6440
Jack Hidary ([email protected]); (301) 231-5058
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ABOUT RELIEFNET:

ReliefNet is a non-profit corporation dedicated to helping humanitarian
organizations raise global awareness and support for relief efforts via
the interent. ReliefNet is incorporated in the state of Maryland as a
non-stock corporation, which is the legal term for a non-profit in that
state. Presently, ReliefNet is in the process of applying for IRS 501 (c)
3 status, which can take a few months. During the application period, it
is common and accepted for an organization which already has incorporated
as a non-stock entity to operate as a non-profit pending IRS approval.

ReliefNet's organizations, those organizations which utilize ReliefNet's
pledge function, have given ReliefNet their express written authorization
to be included in the service. ReliefNet is extremely careful about
attaining the full and proper authorization from its member
organizations. There may be other internet sites which have started to
offer pledge services, perhaps in emulation of ReliefNet. We suggest that
before making any online donations through or to such sites, you make sure
they have the official approval of the organizations they represent.

ReliefNet is sponsoring ReliefRock, the internet's first online
benefit concert, to help participating relief organizations. There is no
charge to the relief organizations to be involved in ReliefNet, nor is
there any charge for them to accept pledges via ReliefNet. Promotional,
sponsorship, and online services are provided to ReliefNet by EarthWeb,
Ltd., on a pro bono basis. EarthWeb, Ltd. is a for-profit corporation
that develops customized online services for organizations.

ReliefNet is a network of relief organizations which have joined together to
publish information about their work in Rwanda and other troubled areas,
via the internet. The internet provides an effective way for these
organizations to educate the public and raise support in times of need.
ReliefNet enables humanitarian organizations to receive online pledges
via email. Online pledges do not contain confidential information and are
safe to send via the internet.

ReliefNet is currently focused on Rwanda, however it will also add other
organizations and focuses for other issues of concern to the world
community. Plans are currently underway to prepare for potential
disaster in Haiti and Cuba.


CHARTER RELIEFNET ORGANIZATIONS:

1. Adventist Development Relief Agency International (ADRA)
2. American Friends Service Committee
3. American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
4. American Red Cross
5. CARE
6. Doctors Without Borders
7. International Medical Corps
8. Lutheran World Relief
9. Medical Assistance Program (MAP)
10. Young Men's Christian Association of the United States (YMCA)
11. Operation USA
12. Oxfam America

Other interested Relief Organizations are welcome to join ReliefNet and
ReliefRock, please email us at [email protected] if your organization
would like to apply. Not all ReliefNet organizations are participating in
ReliefRock, there is no obligation for organizations to participate in both
projects.
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HOW TO HELP RELIEFNET:

ReliefNet is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping global relief
efforts via the internet. Any help you can give us would be greatly
appreciated. Here is a list of what you can do:

-- Tell your local media about us; send them a copy of our press release.

-- Tell your friends to come check out ReliefNet.

-- Make a donation to a ReliefNet organization --- Whatever you can
spare; we need to prove that the internet cares about social issues and
is able to help.

-- Make a grant to ReliefNet or sponser us through your corporation.

-- Tell your co-workers about ReliefNet; get a group of people to donate
together.

-- Call into your local radio shows and tell them about ReliefNet.

-- Use our mailbot. Keep track of what we are doing and continue to
participate.

-- email us information about your organization's capabilities and how it
might be able to help us or be helped by us. Send the info to
[email protected] Try to be brief, we will get back to you as soon
as we can.

-- Make sure to abide by basic "netiquette" when posting about ReliefNet.
We do not want to impose on anyone's newsgroup or inconvenience anyone.
We do not condone "scatter postings" or "mail bombs," even for a good
cause.

-- Organize a school chapter of ReliefNet and get your classmates
involved.

-- Write an article about what we are doing; if you want to interview us,
please contact us. We have a lot of requests, but we'll try to get back to
you soon.

-- If you know of any bands that are interested in being a part of
ReliefNet's "virtual benefit concert"---ReliefRock---please let us know.

-- If you have information about Rwanda, or you know of resources such as
freely available images or articles that we can post, please let us know.

-- If you have an internet server (WWW or gopher) that would like to link
us in, please feel free to do so (and let us know).

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HOW TO JOIN RELIEFNET:

To join ReliefNet you can either become a member, or simply link to
ReliefNet in your internet site. Members will receive special benefits
and higher access to ReliefNet services that will not be available to
non-members. However, both members and non-members will be able to
participate in ReliefNet's promotional and fundraising activities.

Organizations and internet sites can become members of ReliefNet by
contacting us and filling out a brief form giving ReliefNet permission
to use the name of your organization in it's membership list and press
materials. You can also elect whether or not to participate in
ReliefNet's online pledge network. There is no charge for involvement at
this time, however, ReliefNet welcomes any offers of financial sponsorship
or assistance.

ReliefNet is a non-profit registered in Maryland. At present, ReliefNet
relies upon its Advisory Council, comprised of members from its charter
organizations and outside advisors, with regard to any policy or membership
issues of significance to the organization. Furthermore, until ReliefNet's
organizational structure and policy has been formalized in concert with
its charter members, ReliefNet does reserve the right to determine its
membership in accord with the judgement of its present charter member
organizations. ReliefNet's organizational policy and structure is
determined by its governing board of representatives from ReliefNet's
member organizations and advisors. As a member of ReliefNet, your
organization will be able to help set the direction of ReliefNet now and
in the future. We welcome your ideas, experience, and input!

Individuals can also become members of ReliefNet either as sponsors,
advisors, staff, or contributors. ReliefNet reserves the right to
determine its individual membership at this time. Contact us if you think
you can help us and would like to be a member.

Internet sites such as WWW pages, gophers, or other such servers, can
link to ReliefNet without becoming members, or as members. Feel free to
link to us according to your wishes. Just let us know so that we can keep
track of who is linked in to the network, and also *send us your URL* so
that we can link back to you!

Organizations such as for-profit corporations can participate in
ReliefNet as well. Initially, such organizations will be welcome as
sponsors, advisors, and contributors to our services. ReliefNet may need
financial and technical support in the future. For-profit organizations
can benefit from sponsoring ReliefNet from the highly visible promotional
aspects of the project. Furthermore, for-profits that have services to
offer which might be of use to ReliefNet or its members, may be able to
do so through EarthWeb, Ltd., or if they can donate them, then such
services may be able to be offered directly in ReliefNet. ReliefNet's
policy regarding these options has not been formalized yet and will
depend on the agreement of its governing board (made up of
representatives from its member organizations and advisors). Of the
highest priority in ReliefNet is the necessity to protect the non-profit
status and integrity of our member non-profits. If you would
like to begin discussing involvement, please contact Jack Hidary or
Nova Spivack or Murray Hidary at EarthWeb.
Record labels, bands, performing artists, and music-related magazines and
clubs can become involved in ReliefNet and ReliefRock for Rwanda. There
are a variety of modes of potential involvement including membership,
sponsorship, the contribution of music or information to the concert, etc.
Please contact EarthWeb if you have any suggestions or ideas.

ReliefNet Contact Information:

Washington, D.C.: Jack Hidary, [email protected], (301) 231-5058
Boston: Nova Spivack, [email protected], (617) 625-6440
New York: Murray Hidary, [email protected], (212) 736-6540


ReliefNet's WWW Page Address

Hey, if you want the complete experience of ReliefNet, use Mosaic, Lynx,
or whatever WWW browser you have, and come visit ReliefNet's WWW site;
It has a lot more information!!!

There you will find links and graphics etc., that connect you to the
latest relief oriented information on the net.

ReliefNet's WWW Address: http://earthweb.com:2800/reliefnet.html

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Date: Oct 8 22:29 UTC
Subject: STS-68 Status Report

MISSION CONTROL CENTER STS-68 Status Report #15

Saturday, October 8, 1994, 8:30 a.m. CDT

As Endeavour's seventh mission in space reaches the home stretch,
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views of various sites around the world to better understand climatic
changes. The six crew members discussed the mission and the future of
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Subject: STS-68 Status Report #16

MISSION CONTROL CENTER STS-68 Status Report #16

Sunday, October 9, 1994, 9 a.m. CDT

It has seemed like deja vu on board Endeavour as the crew spent much of
the last 24 hours precisely repeating many Space Radar Laboratory
observations to provide scientists with duplicate images for highly
accurate three-dimensional maps of volcanoes, glaciers and other
phenomena.

Overnight, Mission Specialists Jeff Wisoff and Steve Smith replaced one
of three payload recorders which malfunctioned yesterday. The
procedure, which the two astronauts trained for prior to the mission,
was completed in about an hour and a half. Although only two of the
payload high data rate recorders were functioning, the planned
observations by the radar lab were not interrupted. The two recorders
alone were sufficient for retaining the radar data obtained during the
overnight shift of astronauts Smith, Dan Bursch and Tom Jones.

Small engine firings by Endeavour late yesterday aligned the
spacecraft's trajectory to within an estimated 65 feet of what had been
planned when the spacecraft's orbit was lowered on Friday. This
permits the precise repeat observations by the radar.

During the night, Bursch and Smith took a break from their environmental
studies to talk with KGO Radio in San Francisco. The interview included
phone-in questions from area children.
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NEW ENGLAND FORECAST AND WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
515 PM EDT SUN OCT 9 1994

CLOUDY SKIES WILL PREVAIL ACROSS THE SIX-STATE REGION TONIGHT AND
SHOWERS ARE LIKELY IN MANY AREAS. LOWS WILL RANGE FROM THE MID 40S TO
THE MID 50S.

THERE WILL BE VARYING AMOUNTS OF CLOUDINESS AND SUNSHINE WITH
SCATTERED SHOWERS OVER VERMONT...NORTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE...AND THE
NORTHERN AND MOUNTAIN SECTIONS OF MAINE MONDAY. ELSEWHERE SKIES WILL
BE PARTLY SUNNY WITH JUST A CHANCE OF A FEW SHOWERS DURING THE MORNING
AND THEN AGAIN IN THE AFTERNOON. IT WILL BE A COOLER DAY WITH HIGHS
RANGING FROM THE MID 50S TO MID 60S...EXCEPT ONLY 45 TO 55 IN
VERMONT.

MONDAY NIGHT SKIES WILL BECOME MOSTLY CLEAR WITH FROST IN NORTHERN
AREAS AND INTERIOR SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND. LOWS WILL RANGE FROM 25 TO 35
NORTH TO THE 40S SOUTH.

TUESDAY WILL BE SUNNY ACROSS NEW ENGLAND WITH HIGH TEMPERATURES
IN THE 40S AND 50S.

A COLD FRONT WILL MOVE EAST ACROSS NEW ENGLAND TONIGHT AND THEN OFF
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MAZ014-016-019-101000-
EASTERN NORFOLK-EASTERN PLYMOUTH-SOUTHEAST MIDDLESEX-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...CAMBRIDGE...WALTHAM...WOBURN...QUINCY...
COHASSET...PLYMOUTH
952 PM EDT SUN OCT 9 1994

.OVERNIGHT...SHOWERS LIKELY. LOW IN THE MID 50S. WIND BECOMING
NORTHWEST 10 TO 20 MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 60 PERCENT.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY...BREEZY AND COOLER. HIGH AROUND 60.
NORTHWEST WIND 15 TO 25 MPH.
.MONDAY NIGHT...CLEAR AND COLD. LOW 35 TO 40.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY AND COOL. HIGH IN THE LOWER 50S.

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MAZ015-101000-
SUFFOLK-
INCLUDING THE CITY OF...BOSTON
952 PM EDT SUN OCT 9 1994

.OVERNIGHT...SHOWERS LIKELY. LOW IN THE MID 50S. WIND BECOMING
NORTHWEST 10 TO 20 MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 60 PERCENT.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY...BREEZY AND COOLER. HIGH AROUND 60.
NORTHWEST WIND 15 TO 25 MPH.
.MONDAY NIGHT...CLEAR AND COOL. LOW AROUND 40.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY AND COOL. HIGH IN THE LOWER 50S.

$$

MAZ004-005-012-101000-
NORTHERN WORCESTER-SOUTHERN WORCESTER-WESTERN MIDDLESEX-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...FITCHBURG...GARDNER...CONCORD...LOWELL...
FRAMINGHAM...WORCESTER
952 PM EDT SUN OCT 9 1994

.OVERNIGHT...SHOWERS LIKELY. LOW IN THE MID 40S. WIND BECOMING
NORTHWEST 10 TO 20 MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 70 PERCENT.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY...BREEZY AND COOLER. HIGH AROUND 60.
NORTHWEST WIND 15 TO 25 MPH.
.MONDAY NIGHT...CLEAR AND COLD. LOW AROUND 30.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY AND COOL. HIGH NEAR 50.

$$

MAZ002-003-008>011-101000-
EASTERN FRANKLIN-EASTERN HAMPDEN-EASTERN HAMPSHIRE-WESTERN FRANKLIN-
WESTERN HAMPDEN-WESTERN HAMPSHIRE-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...SHELBURNE...GREENFIELD...CHESTERFIELD...
BLANDFORD...AMHERST...NORTHAMPTON...HOLYOKE...SPRINGFIELD
952 PM EDT SUN OCT 9 1994

.OVERNIGHT...SHOWERS ENDING AFTER MIDNIGHT. LOW IN THE MID 40S.
NORTHWEST WIND 10 TO 20 MPH.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY AND COOLER. HIGH IN THE MID 50S. NORTHWEST
WIND 10 TO 20 MPH.
.MONDAY NIGHT...CLEAR AND COLD. LOW 25 TO 30.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY AND COOL. HIGH NEAR 50.

$$

MAZ006-007-101000-
EASTERN ESSEX-WESTERN ESSEX-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...HAVERHILL...LAWRENCE...GLOUCESTER...LYNN...
SALEM
952 PM EDT SUN OCT 9 1994

.OVERNIGHT...SHOWERS LIKELY. LOW AROUND 50. WIND BECOMING NORTHWEST
10 TO 20 MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 60 PERCENT.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY...BREEZY AND COOLER. HIGH AROUND 60.
NORTHWEST WIND 15 TO 25 MPH.
.MONDAY NIGHT...CLEAR AND COLD. LOW IN THE MID 30S.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY AND COOL. HIGH AROUND 50.

$$

MAZ013-017-018-101000-
NORTHERN BRISTOL-WESTERN NORFOLK-WESTERN PLYMOUTH-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...FOXBORO...NORWOOD...ATTLEBORO...TAUNTON...
BROCKTON
952 PM EDT SUN OCT 9 1994

.OVERNIGHT...SHOWERS LIKELY. LOW AROUND 50. WIND BECOMING NORTHWEST
10 TO 20 MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 60 PERCENT.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY...BREEZY AND COOLER. HIGH IN THE LOWER 60S.
NORTHWEST WIND 15 TO 25 MPH.
.MONDAY NIGHT...CLEAR AND COLD. LOW IN THE MID 30S.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY AND COOL. HIGH 50 TO 55.

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MAZ020-021-101000-
SOUTHERN BRISTOL-SOUTHERN PLYMOUTH-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...FALL RIVER...NEW BEDFORD...WAREHAM
952 PM EDT SUN OCT 9 1994

.OVERNIGHT...SHOWERS LIKELY. LOW IN THE MID 50S. WIND BECOMING
NORTHWEST 10 TO 20 MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 60 PERCENT.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY...BREEZY AND COOLER. HIGH IN THE LOWER 60S.
NORTHWEST WIND 15 TO 25 MPH.
.MONDAY NIGHT...CLEAR AND COOL. LOW AROUND 40.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY AND COOL. HIGH IN THE LOWER 50S.

$$

MAZ022>024-101000-
BARNSTABLE...CAPE COD-DUKES...MARTHAS VINEYARD-NANTUCKET-
952 PM EDT SUN OCT 9 1994

.OVERNIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH PATCHY FOG. SCATTERED SHOWERS
DEVELOPING AROUND MIDNIGHT. LOW IN THE MID 50S. WIND BECOMING
NORTHWEST 10 TO 20 MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 50 PERCENT.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY...BREEZY AND COOLER. HIGH AROUND 60.
NORTHWEST WIND 15 TO 25 MPH.
.MONDAY NIGHT...CLEAR AND COOL. LOW AROUND 40.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY AND COOL. HIGH IN THE LOWER 50S.

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CLIMATOLOGICAL REPORT (DAILY)
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOSTON, MA
804 PM EDT SUN OCT 09 1994

MAX 77
MIN 55
MEAN 66 DEP FOR DAY PLUS 9
DEP FOR MONTH MINUS 22
DEP FOR YEAR PLUS 118

FUEL DEGREE DAY UNITS
TODAY 0
MONTH 82
SEASON 147
LAST SEASON 157
30 YEAR NORMAL 142


EXTREME TEMPERATURES
MONTH HIGHEST 77 LOWEST 42
YEAR HIGHEST 97 LOWEST -4

SEA LEVEL PRESSURE
2PM EDT 1014.7 MBS 29.97 INCHES
8PM EDT 1012.4 MBS 29.90 INCHES
8PM EDT RELATIVE HUMIDITY 78 PERCENT

TOTAL SUNSHINE 411 MINUTES 60 PERCENT

24 HOUR PCPN ENDING AT 8PM 0.00
TOTAL FOR MONTH 0.12 INCHES DEP MINUS 0.78
TOTAL FOR YEAR 37.65 INCHES DEP PLUS 6.77

RECORD TEMPS FOR OCT 10
HIGHEST 87 IN 1939
LOWEST 32 IN 1979

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SFPMA
MAZALL-CTZALL-RIZALL-102100-

STATE FORECAST FOR SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
655 PM EDT SUN OCT 9 1994

.TONIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS...EXCEPT AREAS OF LOW
CLOUDS DRIZZLE AND FOG WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS DEVELOPING AROUND
MIDNIGHT ACROSS CAPE COD AND THE ISLANDS. LOWS 45 TO 55.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY...BREEZY AND COOLER. HIGHS 55 TO 65.
.MONDAY NIGHT...CLEAR AND COLD. LOWS FROM THE MID 20S TO THE LOWER
40S.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY AND COOL. HIGHS 45 TO 55.

.EXTENDED FORECAST...
.WEDNESDAY...FAIR. LOWS IN THE 30S AND LOWER 40S. HIGHS NEAR 60.
.THURSDAY...FAIR. LOWS 35 TO 45. HIGHS IN THE MID 60S.
.FRIDAY...FAIR. LOWS IN THE 40S. HIGHS IN THE 60S.

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UNICAMP is a state-owned institution, founded 1962, located
in the city of Campinas, an industrial and cultural center
distant 90 km north to the city of S=86Paulo, Brazil, with a
population of approximately 1,000,000. The University has
ca. 6,000 undergraduate and 5,000 graduate students. Largely
due to its pioneering efforts in many fields, and to the
quality of its staff, UNICAMP is considered one of the best
Universities in Latin America, particularly in high
technology (micro-electronics, physics, informatics,
electrical and electronic engineering, telecommunications,
etc.). Thus, UNICAMP plays also an important role in the
integration of high-technology activities in the region of
Campinas, which is considered today as the Brazilian
counterpart of the "Silicon Valley", since it is populated
with a large number of industries, research centers (such as
the Center of Technology in Informatics, the Telebras
Research Center) and two universities.

Starting in 1982, a major innovation in the University's
structure was heralded with the creation of several
interdisciplinary centers and groups, devoted to research in
several frontier domains of knowledge, opening up many areas
of endeavor not previously in existence in the University.
Among these, the Center of Biomedical Informatics (N=A3eo de
Informatica Biom=82ca, or NIB) was created in 1983.

AIMS

The Center of Biomedical Informatics has the following aims:

- to promote interdisciplinary research and
development in all fields related to the application of
Informatics to the Biological and Health Sciences;

- to promote specialized training and education in
these areas, by means of courses and graduate programs in
collaboration with other UNICAMP units;

- to make available and to extend this knowledge to
the participating and user's community, through
publications, seminars, technical consultancy, etc.

The Center of Biomedical Informatics has played a leading
role in the development and progress of Health Informatics
in Brazil. Its members were instrumental in forming the
first professional society in the area (the Brazilian
Society of Health Informatics), its first and only journal
(Brazilian Journal of Health Informatics), in organizing and
hosting the First Brazilian Congress of Health Informatics
(Campinas, 1986), and in actively helping federal, state and
research/higher education and research granting agencies in
setting up programs in the area.

RESOURCES

Currently, NIB has a staff of 2 full-time researchers, 5
associated researchers, 3 full-time systems analysts and 2
administrative assistants. There are an additional 20
persons involved with NIB activities, including other
investigators, undergraduate and graduate students, etc.,
associated to ongoing research projects. NIB is located in a
building belonging to the huge in-campus complex comprising
the 1,000-student Medical School and the 500-bed University
Hospital complex.

The majority of projects within NIB are oriented towards
practical applications of microcomputers to health care and
research. NIB is connected to the University's Computing
Center facilities, which are one of the most advanced in the
country. They consist of a cluster of four high-performance
Digital VAX mainframes, a Cyber 700 and an IBM 3090
mainframe with a 300-mips vector facility, all connected to
a local optical fiber Ethernet network which integrates
other VAX and IBM superminicomputers located in several
Institutes.

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
The most important areas of research and development at NIB
are:

- hospital and laboratory automation;

- general clinical applications (history-taking,
clinical database management, health risks appraisal,
medical decision-making);

- scientific applications in several areas
(neurology and neurobiology, cardiology, anesthesiology,
ophthalmology, internal medicine, dentistry, nursing,
intensive therapy, obstetrics and gynecology, etc.)

- computer-assisted health education and training,
and teaching of Informatics to health students and
professionals; including intelligent CAI, hypertext and
hypermedia applications
- biological image and signal processing
- knowledge engineering, intelligent data bases in
Health, expert systems and neural networks applications in
Biology and Medicine.

The main line of excellence of the Center's research is
devoted to applications in the Neurosciences.

Many of the Center's research and development projects are
carried out in close collaboration with other Departments
and Centers in or outside UNICAMP, including the Medical,
Dentistry and Nursing Schools, the University General
Hospital, the Institute of Biology, the School of Physics
Education, the School of Electrical Engineering, the
Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science,
the Biotechnology Center, the Center of Informatics in
Education, etc.

TRAINING AND EDUCATION

NIB offers regularly many lectures, courses and technical
seminars to students and users in the health care area, both
internal and external audiences. Some of the courses
described below have been given in programs of permanent
collaboration between NIB and several professional and
scientific associations in the health sector, such as the
Medical Association of Sao Paulo, the Dentistry Association
of Sao Paulo, the Brazilian Nursing Association, etc.:

- Basic and Advanced Concepts in Health Informatics;
- Utilization of Microcomputers in the Clinical Practice
- Applications of Computers in Nursing
- Applications of Computers in Dentistry
- Introduction to Computer Programming in the Health Sciences
- Applications of Microcomputer Database Management
Systems in Health Care
- Medical Applications of Image Processing
- Microcomputer Applications in Data Processing and
Analysis in the Health Sciences
- Artificial Intelligence Techniques and Applications in Medicine
- Artificial Neural Networks in Medicine
- Applications of Computers to Medical Education
Starting 1986, an intensive Summer Course on Health
Informatics has been offered to participants coming from
other Brazilian Universities, with the aim to disseminate
the Center's experience in setting up R&D centers in Health
Informatics.

The Center provides also the main support to the Chair of
Medical Informatics at the School of Medicine, which is
responsible for courses at undergraduate and graduate levels
to Medical and Nursing students, since 1988.

At international level, NIB has collaborated with the
World Health Organization (Division of Information Systems
Support) in developing teaching materials and in providing
faculty resources to seminars and courses on microcomputer
applications to health care management.

In order to provide better opportunities for specialization
studies in Health Informatics, the Center has established a
collaborative program with the Medical and Engineering
Schools at UNICAMP, designed to attract undergraduate
students of Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, etc., who are
interested in a long term career in this area. Training is
carried out through special courses developed by NIB, and by
supervised research work on an individual basis. The
students who show a higher potential are supported by state-
granted fellowships until they graduate. There are currently
5 students enrolled in the Centaur Project.

Finally, there is an ongoing collaboration between NIB and
other University faculties, with the aim of forming
specialists in Health Informatics, at the graduate level.
There are currently 6 candidates preparing their Masters and
doctoral dissertations under this program. Preparations are
also being made to establish an autonomous, separate joint
graduate studies program in Health Informatics, which will
lead to a Masters degree.

DOCUMENTATION AND INFORMATION SUPPORT

With the aim to provide services of information support and
documentation to researchers, lecturers, students and end-
users in Health Informatics at a national level, NIB has
established a clearinghouse and a central library facility
with books, journals, product specifications and folders,
technical manuals, software listings, etc. A national,
public-domain software library for microcomputers has also
been formed (MEDSOFT), and already includes a great variety
of application software packages in health care and
administration, which are distributed to users under a
nominal cost.

Some of these materials (software and bibliographic
references, as well an information service about new
products, congresses, new publications, etc.) are also
disseminated to end-users through electronic mail.

Finally, the Center's staff is responsible for the editing
and publishing, in a joint effort with a private publisher,
of the Brazilian Journal of Health Informatics, which is the
only publication of its kind in Latin America, and is
sponsored by the Brazilian Society of Health Informatics.

ADDRESS FOR CONTACTS

Prof. Dr. Renato M.E. Sabbatini
Director, N=A3eo de Informatica Biom=82ca
Universidade Estadual de Campinas
P.O. Box 6005
13081 CAMPINAS, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Tel. (+55 192) 39 7130
Telex +55 19-1150 uec br
Fax (+55 192) 39 4717
Email [email protected]
[email protected]

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* The LDS Research Guides contain a wealth of reference material for
each U.S. State. More up to date printed copies of these guides
may be ordered from the LDS.

LIBRARIES

Libraries are of course very important to the genealogist. The Whole
Internet Catalog has a chapter devoted to libraries. Here is another
listing of library catalogs from around the world that are accessible
with internet.

A list of Family History Centers run by the LDS church is available.

ARCHIVES

A few archives of various governments have WWW servers. While these
servers probably won't have any actual records available via internet,
they may give information about what records are available and the
procedures for accessing them.
* National Archives and Records Administation.
* The US Census Bureau has a nice home page under beta test and a
draft of a FAQ on genealogy.
* The Oregon State Archives has just gone online with their own WWW
server.
* The Victoria Free-Net has information on records in British
Columbia, Cananda.
* The national archives of Canada are accessible through the
Carleton College Freenet with telnet freenet.carleton.ca.

CONTACTING OTHER GENEALOGISTS

It can be very valuable to share your problems and successes in your
rearch with other genealogists. The primary internet genealogy forum
is the ROOTS-L list. It can be read as the Usenet news group soc.roots
(Click here to learn how to read news from WWW.) or through email
subscription to the ROOTS-L Mailing List.

The Roots Surname List is a list of surnames that other researchers
are working on. You can browse through these lists for surnames that
you are working on and then contact the corresponding researchers. You
can also submit information on the surnames for which you have
information to be included in the next update of the list. It is now
possible to use WWW to directly search the Roots Surname List. The
Roots Location List can also be searched directly.

Something should be said here about FIDO net discussion groups. The
file gbbs9401.txt contains a list of BBS systems that carry genealogy
files or genealogy FIDO net echos.

The newsgroup fr.rec.genealogie, in which all discussions will be
caried out in french, has just been formed. Here is a recent Foire Aux
Questions file.

The Jewish Genealogy FIDOnet echo is mirrored to internet.

Paddy Waldron has established a WWW home page for Irish Genealogy.

ON LINE GENEALOGY INFORMATION

At this point in time, there are only a few online databases of
information relevant to genealogy that are available on internet.
These databases are limited to specific places and times. Here are a
few examples.
* A number of people are experimenting with using HTML and WWW to
present results of genealogy research.
* The University of Kentucky has a searchable index of Kentucky
death records from 1911-1991.
* The London Free Press (London, Ontario) has a WAIS searchable
index of local and regional stories. Instructions need to be
provided for accessing this index without WWW for people reading
this file in text form.
* The Ontario 1871 census may be searched by telneting to
freenet.carleton.ca and logging on as guest. Hopefully this will
be made into a WAIS searchable index at some point in the future.
* There is 2% sample of the 1851 UK Census available at the ftp site
ftp.essex.ac.uk.
* Cliff Manis ([email protected]) has started an online database of
GEDCOM files called genserv. This database has now over half a
million names contributed by people on internet. The "price" for
access to this database is to contribute the research data that
you have accumulated as a GEDCOM file.
* Census data for Tromsx, Norway.
* A Geography Server can give information about the location of
place names, mostly in the US.
* Records of original (federal, school, and railroad) land sales in
Illinois are available from a gopher server for the State of
Illinois Public Domain Land Sales Archive.

GENEALOGY SOFTWARE

The FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) Files contain reviews of a lot of
genealogy software.

A lot of free or shareware genealogy software is available.

There is also a wealth of utilties for Personal Ancestral File (PAF)
sold by the LDS. There are many PAF user groups around the U.S. and
the world. One of the more active user groups is the Silicon Valley
PAF Users Group.

GEDCOM information

GEDCOM is a file format that is primarily used for exchanging data
between genealogy data between different genealogy databases and
programs. There are many utilities which can create or operate on
GEDCOM files.

Some genealogy programs even use the GEDCOM format as their internal
database format. Lifelines is a good example of such software.

Programmers who work with GEDCOM may find the ftp site at
issl.cs.byu.edu of interest. Information is given here about the
GEDCOM standard and NIC/GEDCOM conversion.

MAPS

The U.S. Geological Survey has a fact sheet on how Maps Can Help You
Trace Your Family Tree. Some other WWW map resources are
* Pointers to map resources on internet prepared by the Department
of Agricultural Engineering at Texas A&M University.
* The Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection at The University of
Texas at Austin.
_________________________________________________________________

Last update 22 September 1994
[email protected]

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>Date: Thu, 15 Apr 1993 22:15:15 EST
>From: Dave Banisar
>Subject: Obtaining Whitehouse E-Publications

WHITE HOUSE ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS AND PUBLIC ACCESS EMAIL

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Updated April 7, 1993

Table Of Contents

[1] Signing up for Daily Electronic Publications.

[2]Widely Available Sources.

[3]Notes on Widely Available Sources.

[12]MCI

[13]Fidonet

I. HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS BY THE WHITE HOUSE?

The White House Communications office is distributing press releases over an
experimental system developed during the campaign at the MIT Artificial
Intelligence Laboratory.

You can obtain copies of all the press releases from a wide variety of
on-line services or discussion groups devoted to either national politics in
general or President Clinton in particular. These are listed in sections I
and II.

Section Ic explains how you can sign up to receive press releases directly
from the experimental MIT system by using an automated email server. The
present system was not designed to handle high levels of message traffic. A
more powerful system will become available in due course, and in the
meantime, it would be appreciated if you used this service sparingly. One
appropriate current use is secondary redistribution and archiving. If you use
it, you will be carried forward when the more powerful system that replaces
it.

A. WIDELY AVAILABLE SOURCES

On USENET/NETNEWS, electronic publications are found on a variety of
groups:

Direct Distribution

[14]alt.politics.clinton

[15]alt.politics.org.misc

[16]alt.politics.reform

[17]alt.politics.usa.misc

[18]alt.news-media

[19]alt.activism

[20]talk.politics.misc

Indirect Distribution

[21]misc.activism.progressive

cmu.soc.politics

assocs.clinton-gore-92

On CompuServe: GO WHITEHOUSE [22](see notes)

On America Online: keyword WHITEHOUSE or THE WHITEHOUSE or CLINTON

On The WELL: type whitehouse

On MCI: type VIEW WHITE HOUSE [24](see notes)

On Fidonet: See Echomail WHITEHOUSE

On Peacenet or Econet: See pol.govinfo.usa.

B. NOTES ON WIDELY AVAILABLE SOURCES

2. CompuServe's White House Forum (GO WHITEHOUSE) is devoted to discussion of
the Clinton administration's policies and activities. The forum's library
consists of news releases and twice daily media briefings from the White
House Office of Media Affairs. CompuServe members can exchange information
and opinions with each other in the 17 sections in the forum's message area.
The message board spans a broad range of topics, including international and
United Nations activities, defense, health care, the economy and the deficit,
housing and urban development, the environment, and education and national
service.

3. On America Online the posts are sent to the White House Forum,
located in the News & Finance department of the service and accessible
via keywords "white house" and "clinton." The White House Forum on
America Online contains the press releases from the White House, divided
into the categories "Press Briefings," "Meetings & Speeches," "Foreign Policy,"
"The Economy," "Technology," "Health Care," and "Appointments." The area
features a message board so you can discuss the releases with other AOL
members, and a searchable database for easy retrieval of releases in the
topic that interests you.

5. MCI Mail users can access daily information on the administration's
programs provided by the White House through MCI Mail bulletin
boards. The available boards are: WHITE HOUSE ECONOMIC, WHITE HOUSE
FOREIGN, WHITE HOUSE SOCIAL, WHITE HOUSE SPEECHES and WHITE HOUSE
NEWS. A listing of these boards can also be obtained by simply
typing VIEW WHITE HOUSE at the COMMAND prompt.

C. DIRECT EMAIL DISTRIBUTION

If you don't have access to the these accounts or if you would prefer to
receive the releases via email, then the next section details how to sign up
for this service. The server is not set up to answer email letters, comments
or requests for specific information. To reach this MIT server, send email:

To: [email protected]
Subject--Help

The server works by reading the subject line of the incoming message and
taking whatever action that line calls for. If you want to sign up to
automatically receive press releases, then your subject line would begin with
the word RECEIVE. You can then specify what kind of information you are
interested in receiving. The categories of information are:

ECONOMIC POLICY Get releases related to the economy such as budget
news, technology policy review, etc.

FOREIGN POLICY Get releases related to foreign policy such as
statements on Bosnian airdrop, Haitian refugee status,
etc.

SOCIAL POLICY Get releases related to social issues like National
Service (Student Loan) program, abortion, welfare
reform, etc.

SPEECHES All speeches made by the President and important
speeches made by other Administration officials.

NEWS Transcripts of press conferences released by the White
House Communications office, as well as the
President's remarks in photo ops and other Q&A
sessions.

ALL All of the above

So, if you wanted to sign up to get releases related to the economy your
email message would look like this:

To: [email protected]
Subject--RECEIVE ECONOMY

When you send a signup message to the clinton-info server, it sends you back
a status message letting you know what distribution streams you are signed up
for. If you ever want to check on what groups you are signed up for send the
following message:

To: [email protected]
Subject--STATUS

You can stop receiving email releases by sending a REMOVE message to the
clinton-info server. The word REMOVE would be followed by whatever
distribution stream you wanted to drop. If you wanted to stop receiving
message about the ECONOMY then your mail would look like this:

To: [email protected]
Subject--REMOVE ECONOMY

You could substitute SOCIAL, FOREIGN, SPEECHES, NEWS or ALL for ECONOMY in
the above message and you would be dropped from that distribution list. If
you send the subject line REMOVE ALL, then you will be taken off the email
distribution system all together and will not receive further releases of any
kind.

You can also ask for help from the automated server. Send an email query as
follows:

To: [email protected]
Subject--HELP

The server will respond by sending you a detailed form that will guide you
through the process of signing up for the various distribution streams. As
you will quickly discover, there is a automatic form processing interface
that parallel the quick and easy subject line commands discussed here. More
detailed help is available by sending an email query as follows:

To: [email protected]
Subject--Please Help!

Finally, if you want to search and retrieve documents, but you do not have
access to the retrieval methods discussed in section II, you can do this via
email through the MIT server. You can obtain the WAIS query form by sending
an email query as follows:

To: [email protected]
Subject--WAIS

Once you have identified the documents that you want, be careful not to
request them all at once, because you may be sent a message containing all
the documents and this message may be too big for some mail delivery systems
between the email server and you.

II. HOW DO I RETRIEVE WHITE HOUSE PUBLICATIONS FROM INTERNET ARCHIVES?

Various sites are archiving the press releases distributed . What follows is
an incomplete list of some of the sites containing the documents that have
been released to date. This FAQ will be updated to reflect new sites as they
become known.

[hyper-editors note: assuming that web users are familiar with internet
information services, I have deleted much of the explanation of these
services, preferring instead to provide links to them and let them explain
themselves... hope no one is too miffed)

FTP sites

[25]FTP.CCO.CALTECH.EDU : [26]/PUB/BJMCCALL

[27]CPSR.ORG : [28]/CPSR/CLINTON

FedWorld BBS : 703-321-8020 (8-N-1)

WAIS sources

[29]sunsite.unc.edu

Folks without WAIS clients or gophers that act as WAIS clients may
telnet to sunsite.unc.edu and login as swais to access this
information via WAIS.

[30]

GOPHER

sunsite.unc.edu also provides these documents by gopher.

FedWorld BBS

The FedWorld Computer System, operated by the National Technical
Information Service, archives White House papers in a traditional BBS
type file library. Connect to FedWorld by calling (703) 321- 8020.
No parity, eight data bits and one stop bit (N-8-1). FedWorld
accommodates baud speeds of up to 9,600. White House papers are
located in the W-House library of files. To access this library from
the main FedWorld menu, enter . Files are named with the first four
digits being the release month and day (e.g. 0323XXX.txt). Some
standard abbreviations after the date include:

rem - Remarks by the President

pc - Press Conference transcript

pr - Press Release

AM - AM Press Briefing

PM - PM Press Briefing

sch - The President's public schedule

spch- Text of major speeches.

These files are saved in ASCII format. Files can be viewed online by
requesting to download a file and then selecting (L)ist as the
download protocol. This will display the file a screen at a time.
White House papers are kept in the above format for up to two months.
Papers more than two months old are compressed using Pkzip into a
single file that contains all of the files for that month (e.g.
0193.zip contains all papers released during January 1993). In
addition to White Documents, FedWorld also provides a gateway to more
than 100 government funded BBSs and computer systems.

III. HOW DO I SEND EMAIL TO THE WHITE HOUSE?

The White House email system is under construction. This is a new project
and suffers from all of the problems common to a startup operation. The
Communications office is currently working on defining what this system will
do, as well as trying to come up with equipment and staffing to make sure
that it works. Email messages are currently being printed out and responses
are being sent out via US Mail.

Nobody wants this new venture to work more than the staff that has devoted so
many hours to getting it up and running. But much time and effort will be
required before the system is truly interactive. In the mean time, they will
need a little patience from the electronic community. If you send a message
to the White House, please include a US Post office address for replies.

You can send email to the following accounts:

Internet

[email protected] (also
[email protected])

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

CompuServe 75300,3115

America OnLine clinton pz

MCI TO: WHITE HOUSE

Fidonet TO: [email protected]:2613/333

Please send corrections, deletion and additions to this FAQ to:

[email protected]

This FAQ was HTML'ized by Joe Germuska.

[email protected]
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NTIS' FedWorld(TM) is a project, set up by the National
Technical Information Service (NTIS), that connects you
electronically to many Federal departments and
agencies.

From FedWorld, you can access more than 100 computer bulletin
board systems operated by the U.S. Government

How Do I Connect?

To connect to FedWorld, all you need is a personal computer
and a modem. Use your communications software package to
dial FedWorld at 703/321-8020. Set your parity to NONE,
Data Bits to 8 and Stop Bit to 1 (N,8,1). Set your terminal
emulation to ANSI. You can also reach FedWorld
via Internet using the telnet command. Telnet to:
fedworld.gov (192.239.92.201)

If you have technical problems or questions, please call
703/487-4608 weekdays, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.. You can
also leave questions in the form of E-mail on FedWorld to
SYSOP.

Do you know of any government operated public computer systems not on this
list? If so, please leave an E-mail message on FedWorld (703/321-8020,
N,8,1) for Bob Bunge, or call at 703/487-4648. The above list was compiled
Bob Bunge and Carol Wilson from more than a dozen different listings. We
truly appreciate all people who have helped to put this list together.

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XHl €Ho´ÿDHCH  Other Government Online Systems

Department of Agriculture

Commercial Information Delivery Service (CIDS)
Voice Number: 202-720-5505
Data Number: Must subscribe first
Contains government information about developments and statistics dealing
with the agriculture industry.

NBIAP BBS
Voice Number: 703-231-3747
Data Number: 800-624-2723
703-231-3858
National Biological Impact Assessment program. Purpose is to facilitate
safe evaluation of the performance of genetically modified organisms into
the environment. News reports on recent developments and direct access to
ten databases. Call 703 number first to register.


Federal Reserve System

Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED)
Voice Number: 314-444-8562 (contact Tom Pollmann)
Data Number: 314-621-1824
Banking, interest rates and the economy. Federal Reserve Bank of St.
Louis.

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Voice Number: 612-340-2443
Data Number: 612-340-2489
Banking, regional economic information

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Voice Number:
Data Number: 214-922-5199
Banking, regional economic information


National Aeronautics & Space Administration

NASA Spacelink
Voice Number: 205-544-6531
Data Number: 205-895-0028
NASA news releases and space shuttle status reports, updated shuttle
manifests, list of satellite broadcasts, plus other material for
educators.

NASA JSC Houston
Voice Number:
Data Number: 713-483-5817
Read-only system provideing shuttle mission schedules and TV
transmission/transponder information.

NASA JPL
Voice Number:
Data Number: 818-354-1333

Department of Commerce


National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Administration

NOAA MASC Library
Voice Number: 303-497-3271
Data Number: 303-497-5848
Online access to PCSIG CD-ROM.

Space Environment Lab BBS
Voice Number: 303-497-3188
Data Number: 303-497-5000
Highlights and forecasts of geomagnetic and solar activity.

National Geo Data Center
Voice Number:
Data Number: 303-497-7319

National Institute of Standards & Technology

NIST ACTS
Voice Number: 303-497-3639
Data Number: 303-494-4775/4
Time signals

National Computer Systems Laboratory
Advanced Systems Division
Voice Number: 301-975-2937
Data Number: 301-869-7281
Type DIALIN to logon: Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
activities and news.


Federal Communications Commission

FCC Public Access Link
Voice Number: 202-653-6288 or 202-632-0002
Data Number: 301-725-1072
Information on Federal Communications Commission rulemaking, including
references to investigative dockets. Telecommunication topics of special
interest.


Office of Personnel Management

Federal Jobs (Detroit)
Voice Number: 313-226-7520/2095
Data Number: 313-226-4423
Job information for 14 states in the Chicago region.

Atlanta Regional Office
OPM Atlanta Region BBS
Voice Number: 404-331-3459
Data Number: 404-730-2370
Job listings; agency directives.

Human Resources Development Group
Dallas Regional Office
OPM Express
Voice Number: 214-767-8245
Data Number: 214-767-0565
Government users only (defined to include federal/State/local government,
as well as schools, colleges, and other institutions): Federal personnel
management; vacancy listings; federal personnel, management, & general
utility files; training schedules; conferences on training, recruiting,
TQM.

Staffing Service Center (Macon, GA)
FJOB BBS
Voice Number:
Data Number: 912-757-3100
Federal job opportunities.

Philadelphia Area Office
Federal Jobs
Voice Number:
Data Number: 215-580-2216
Federal jobs and related information.


Environmental Protection Agency

Office of Air Quality Planning
OAQPS Technology Transfer Network
Voice Number: 919-541-5384
Data Number: 919-541-5742 (2400)
919-541-1447 (9600)
Network of 10 independent BBSs with technical information, documents,
files, and messages on air pollution control: Clean Air Act Amendments.


Online Library System (OLS)
Voice Number: 919-541-2777
Data Number: 919-549-0700 (2400)
919-549-0720 (9600)
System contains several databases: the EPA national catalog Hazardous
Waste collection, and list of departments and services called ACCESS 92.
Note: 7-E-1 HALF duplex.

Office of Air Quality Planning
Applied Modeling Research BBS
Voice Number:
Data Number: 919-541-1325
Air quality atmospheric models.

Office of Research and Development
Office of Technology Transfer and Regulatory Support
Center for Environmental Research Information
Voice Number: 513-569-7272
Data Number: 513-569-7610
water, biotechnology, and other research; several conferences,
biotechnology, regional EPA operations, water regulations, methods
standardization; ORD research paper bibliographic database available
online.

Solid Waste Management
Fee Based System
Voice Number:
Data Number: 301-585-0204

Technology Transfer Unit
Municipal Facilities Branch
Water Management Division
EPA Region 4
Voice Number: 404-347-3633
Data Number: 404-347-1767
Wastewater, small communities, innovative and alternative technology,
waste supply, water quality, stormwater; EPA Region 4 activities.

Center for Exposure Assessment Modeling Electronic
Bulletin Board System
Voice Number: 706-546-3549
FTS-250-3549
Data Number: 706-546-3402
FTS-250-3549
Exposure assessment models.

EPA REGION 10 BBS
Voice Number: 206-553-1026
206-553-2987
Data Number: 206-553-2241
Facilitates communication on environmental concerns among EPA, state, and
local governments, and the public.

National Pesticide Information Retrieval System
Voice Number: 317-494-6614
Data Number:
Provides information to subscribers only on pesticide products registered
by EPA. Registration support documents, commodity/tolerance data,
materials handling documents, and state product registration data are
provided.

EPA COASTNET
Voice Number: 202-260-9082
Data Number: 202-260-2296
202-260-8482
MUST CALL VOICE FIRST. Issues regarding coastal waters protection.

EPA VISIT HOTLINE
VENDOR INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
Voice Number: 800-245-4505
Data Number:
Hazardous waste cleanup technologies database.


Department of Defense

Defense Env. Network & Info Exchange (DENIX)
Voice: call for password 1-800-642-3332
Data Number:

DoDIGNET
Inspector General's BBS
Voice:
Data Number: 703-695-8238
Job announcements and training Information.

DoD LSA EBB
Voice Number:
Data Number: 606-293-3700


Department of the Air Force

Hill Air Force Base
Hill Air Force Base BBS
Voice Number: 801-774-8057
Data Number: 801-774-6509
Software Engineering topics

Scott Air Force Base, IL 62225
Small Computer Technical Center
Voice Number: 618-256-4206
Data Number: 618-256-6510
Provides information exchange network for users of small computers.

Air Force Systems Command
Voice Number:
Data Number: 513-476-1083
Forms Shelf - Forms and Information

Malmstrom AFB
Computer Management Center
Voice Number:
Data Number: 406-731-2503

Shaw AFB SCTC BBS
MileEcho and MetroLink echo conferences, USR HST, 2 nodes
Voice Number:
Data Number: 803-668-4316


Air Force Cals Test Bed BBS (AFCTB)
Voice Number: 513-427-5869 x 351
Data Number: 513-476-1273


Air Force Communication Command
Voice Number: 618-256-8239
Data Number: 618-256-8653
Information for Industry

Air Force Engineering Installation
ULANA BBS
Voice Number: 405-734-9928
Data Number: 405-736-0928
Information on products on ULANA network contract


Department of the Army

Fort Drum USAISC, NY
Voice Number:
Data Number: 315-772-7836

Grand Central DCSAR, NY
Voice Number:
Data Number: 212-807-3529


Department of the Navy


BULLDOG West
Voice Number:
Data Number: 805-985-9527
HARPOON Support

CINCLANTFLT BBS
Voice Number: 804-445-9654
Data Number: 804-445-1146
Telecommunications programs.

COMNAVSURFPAC/COMNAVAIRPAC
Voice Number:
Data Number: 619-556-0135/36

COMSUBLANT
Voice Number:
Data Number: 804-445-8657

DEFENSE ENERGY INFORMATION SYSTEM (DEIS) NAVY/MARINE
Voice Number:
Data Number: 805-982-5300 (2400) 805-984-0686

NAS Patuxent River
Fleet Time
Voice Number:
Data Number: 301-826-4805
MilECHO MetroLink

Fleet Imaging BBS
Voice Number: 804-433-3395 (Lt. Bill Garlinghouse,SYSOP)
Data Number: 804-433-2534
Supporting the Navy Visual Imaging Community MilECHO, PhotoNet, MetroLink

HST Dual Standard NESEA, St. Inigoes, MD
GPETE BBS
Voice Number:
Data Number: 301-862-8048
General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment

Naval Aviation Maintenance Office, Pax River
Maintenance Control
Voice Number:
Data Number: 301-826-3626

Naval Air Warfare Center, Indianapolis
Obsolete Microcircuit Databases on line
Voice Number:
Data Number: 317-351-4992

NAVAL ENERGY BBS
Voice Number:
Data Number: 805-985-5062

Naval Justice School
NJS BBS
Voice Number:
Data Number: 401-841-3990
RelayNet echoes; general and legal military interests; Environmental Law
Deskbook available online.

Naval Reserve Readiness Command
Region 2
Scotia, NY
Voice Number: 518-387-8218
Data Number: 518-370-5688/0118

OASYS formerly NCTAMSLANT
Voice Number: 804-444-8487
Data Number: 804-445-1121/1627
Request upgrade for full access: Micro contracts; DOD software;
conferences, NCTAMS services, online files, contracts, information systems
standards.

Pacific Missile Test Center
Voice Number:
Data Number: 805-989-8722
General Computer interests.

SIMA/Portsmouth, VA
Voice Number: 804-396-0199
Data Number: 804-396-0158
General computer interests.

SHARNET BBS (NCTAMSLANT)
Voice Number:
Data Number: 804-445-6815

Naval Reserve Force Headquarters
NRF BBS
Voice Number: 504-254-7947
Data Number: 504-254-7776
Closed board, restricted to DOD users only: Reserve force training.


Defense Communications Agency

DCA Acquisition BBS
Voice Number: 618-258-9380
Data Number: 618-256-8200
Plans and solicitations for DoD communications; mostly for industrial
users, not of general interest.


Defense Mapping Agency

Navinfonet
Voice Number: 301-227-3296
Data Number: 301-227-4424
Public information for mariners; marine advisories; global positioning


Federal Emergency Management Agency

Hazardous Materials Information Exchange BBS
Voice Number: 800-752-6367
Data Number: 708-972-3275
Database for government and private-sector information on hazardous
materials emergency management, training, resources, technical assistance,
and regulations. Lots of technical bulletins and files, and video
resources.


Department of the Interior


Fish and Wildlife Service

National Ecology Research Center
Habitat Model BBS-1
Voice Number: 303-226-9293
Data Number: 303-226-9365
NERC Habitat Model Reference Library; messages and discussions;
conferences include statistics, HEP, habitat models, negotiation
strategies, habitat simulation, temperature models, computer utilities.

NERC Habitat Model Reference Library
Voice Number: 303-226-9293
FTS-323-5293
Data Number: 303-226-9365
FTS-323-5365
Habitat model information (species, author, geographic application).


Department of Transportation


Research and Special Projects Administration

Hazardous Materials Information Exchange BBS
Voice Number: 800-752-6367
Data Number: 708-972-3275
Hazmat technical assistance; regulations; subject matter and regional
conferences.


Federal Aviation Administration

Pilot Examiner BBS
Voice Number:
Data Number: 405-954-4530
Sponsored by Federal Aviation Administration's Pilot Examiner Section,
AFS-634 Serving Pilot Examiners and Written Test Examiners. Designed for
PILOT EXAMINERS and WRITTEN TEST EXAMINERS to have an open forum amongst
themselves and AFS-634. Aviation safety inspectors, certified flight
instructors, or anyone seeking information concerning aviation safety are
encouraged to use this system.

Orlando FSDO BBS
Voice Number:
Data Number: 407-648-6963
407-648-6309
800-645-3736

Operated by the Federal Aviation Administration's Orlando Flight Standards
District Office. Selected FAA information publications and other
documents of interest to the aviation community available for downloading.
It is open to all with an interest in aviation.

Portland MMEL BBS
Voice Number:
Data Number: 207-780-3297

Operated by the Federal Aviation Administration's Flight Standards
District Office in Portland, Maine. Makes available selected FAA
information publications, documents, and allows submission to the FAA
requests and applications for various authorizations, and to submit
certain reports. Open to all with a legitimate interest in aviation and
aviation safety.


Department of the Treasury


Bureau of the Public Debt

Office of Automated Information Systems
Security Branch
AIS BBS
Voice Number:
Data Number: 304-420-6083
Computer security information; latest version of F-PROT.


Internal Revenue Service

Martinsburg Computer Center Information Reporting Project
Voice Number: 304-263-8700
Data Number: 304-263-2749
Electronic filing.

United States Courts

1st US Circuit Court
Voice Number:
Data Number: 617-223-4640
Online opinions and related information from the US Circuit Court of
Appeals serving the New England region.

3rd US Circuit Court
Voice Number:
Data Number: 215-597-5315
Online opinions and related information from the US Circuit Court of
Appeals serving the Philadelphia region. The Boston and St. Louis court
BBS systems use the XBBS format.

4th Circuit
Access to Court Records BBS
Voice Number: 202-633-6393
Data Number: 804-771-8084
Information on opinions within past 30 days, court calendars, rules, and
notices. Available as ASCII and WP5. Also operates a PACER system with
docket information.
Note: Users must first call sysop voice at (804) 925-2213 to pre-register
with name and password. To use ACES, enter "bbs" (lower case) and the
first name/password prompts.

5th US Circuit Court
Voice Number:
Data Number: 504-589-6850
Online opinions and related information from the US Circuit Court of
Appeals serving the New Orleans area. EDOS software.

6th Circuit
CITE Electronic Bulletin Board
Voice Number: 202-633-6393
Data Number: 513-684-2842
Logon with CITE, and NEWUSER for password (a logon name and an eight-
character password are then assigned). Provides docket information on
individual cases, newly filed slip opinions, oral argument calendar, local
rules/procedures, and special announcements.

7th Circuit
Seventh Circuit BBS
Voice Number: 312-435-5584
Data Number: 312-435-5560
Opinions and Dockets for the US Circuit Court of Appeals serving the
Chicago region.

8th US Circuit Court
Voice Number:
Data Number: 314-539-3576
Opinions and related information for the US Circuit Court of Appeals
serving the St. Louis area. EDOS software.

APCOPS/9th Circuit Court
Voice Number:
Data Number: 415-744-9022
Opinions, schedules, rules, notices, and bulletins for the US Circuit
Court of Appeals covering the San Francisco area.
Note: Type "BBS" at login prompt.

US District Court E Penna
Voice Number:
Data Number: 215-597-0646
Electronic Bulletin Board of Judicial Opinions in the United States
District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Opinions only;
updated at 8:30 am daily. Type "bbs" at first prompt.


Department of Justice (Executive Branch)

SEARCH-BBS
Voice Number:
Data Number: 916-392-4640
Funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics.
Information Technology and the administration of justice.


Department of Health and Human Services


Social Security Administration

Annual Wage Reporting Bulletin Board Services
Voice Number:
Data Number: 410-965-1133
Provides Annual Wage Reporting (W-2) documentation and information.

Social Security Administration BBS
Voice Number: 202-965-5524
Data Number: 410-966-5051


Department of Labor


Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

OSHA Computerized Information System
Voice Number: 801-524-5366
801-524-5896
FTS-588-5366
FTS-588-5896
Data Number:
To aid OSHA, state OSHA program, and OSHA area office staff in responding
to employers' and employees' occupational safety and health problems.


General Services Administration

MUFFIN
Voice Number: 703-305-7200
Data Number: 202-205-3890
Provides customers with up-to-date information on supplies and services.
Offers customers news available through the FSS newsletter MARKETIPS, the
ability to provide direct feedback on quality and delivery issues, and
to look at routing and cost for moving employees. Also provides
information on reported excess and surplus personal property located
throughout the United States, as well as a directory of FSS customer
service directors worldwide.


The House of Representatives

Federal Whistleblower
Voice Number:
Data Number: 202-225-5527
Sysop works for Rep. Bob Wise, who serves on the House Government
Operations Committee. Purpose of the system is to encourage reporting of
fraud, waste, and abuse within the federal government. Callers are
anonymous - no public messages.


Online Systems Funded by the U.S. Federal Government

IndianNET
Voice Number: (605)348-7293
Data Number: (605-393-0468
American Indian and Alaska Native Information and Issues.
Funded in part by EPA and Dept of Agriculture.


Do you know of any government operated public computer systems not on this
list? If so, please leave an E-mail message on FedWorld (703/321-8020,
N,8,1) for Bob Bunge, or call at 703/487-4648. The above list was compiled
Bob Bunge and Carol Wilson from more than a dozen different listings. We
truly appreciate all people who have helped to put this list together.

About NTIS

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supporting agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce and the
largest single source for public access to Federally
produced information. NTIS announces 70,000 summaries of
completed and 120,000 ongoing U.S. and foreign government-
sponsored R&D and engineering activities each year. NTIS is
sustained only by its sales revenue. The costs of NTIS
salaries, marketing, postage, and all other operating are
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systems ibmpc msdos simtel mathcopr q387_365.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel memutil 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel menu 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel mfg 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel microsft 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel misclang 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel misclang aisnobol.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel misclang cobol650.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel misclang euphor12.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel misclang jorf21-1.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel misclang jorf21-2.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel misclang jorf21-3.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel misclang pclisp30.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel misclang pilot.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel misclang prolog19.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel misclang vsnbl220.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem atsend18.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem boyan52a.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem boyan52b.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem commo60.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem comset9.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem demon25.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem dialer95.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem odys200a.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem odys200b.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem robo42-a.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem robo42-b.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem tm412-1.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem tm412-2.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem tm412-3.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modem tm412-4.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel modula2 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel mormon 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel mouse 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel msjournl 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel music 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel naplps 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel ncsatlnt 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel network 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel neurlnet 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel nfs 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel notabene 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel novell 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel novell cnetest.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel oberon 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel oemacs 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel offline 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel opus 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel packet 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel paging 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pascal 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pathutil 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcboard 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag ansi132.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag asm1.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag asm2.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag asm3.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag asm4.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag pcindx01.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag vol10n01.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag vol11n01.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag vol12n01.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag vol13n01.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag vol4n02.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag vol5n01.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag vol6n01.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag vol7n01.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag vol8n01.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcmag vol9n01.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pctech 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pctecniq 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pcvrmag 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel perl 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pgmutil 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pibterm 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel pktdrvr 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel plot 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel postscrp 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel printer 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel procomm 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel prodigy 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel projmgr 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel qbasic 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel qedit 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel qemm 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel qmodem 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel qtrdeck 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel ramdisk 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel rbbs_pc 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel recreatn 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel rip 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel satelite 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel science 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel screen 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel security 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel simulatn 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel sound 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel spredsht 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel sprint 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel starter 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel statstic 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel stunnpc 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel surfmodl 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel swap 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel sysinfo 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel sysinfo ifp1p158.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel sysinfo ifp1s158.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel sysinfo snoop330.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel sysinfo sysch233.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel sysutil 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel sysutil scout55.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel tagbbs 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel taxes 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel teaching 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel telegard 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel telix 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel telix telix322.new.Z
systems ibmpc msdos simtel telix tlx322-1.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel telix tlx322-2.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel telix tlx322-3.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel telix tlx322-4.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel tex 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil ascutils.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil bigtxt20.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil ddjgrep.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil diff23.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil do30.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil dtsd20.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil egrep.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil fgrep180.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil hunter52.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil list90h.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil rcntx325.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil sed15x.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil sleek11.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel textutil uniq.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel tiff 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel tsrutil 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel turbo_c 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel turbobas 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel turbovis 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel ubasic 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel uemacs 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel uucp 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel ventura 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel vga 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel virus 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel virus scanv117.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel virus vsh-210e.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel visbasic 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel viscii 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel voice 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel voicmail 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel vpssoft 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel waffle 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel weather 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel wildcat 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel windows3 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel windows3 icon12.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel windows3 icon330.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel windows3 icons.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel winsock 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel wordperf 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel worldmap 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel wpj_mag 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel wwiv 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel x_10 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel xlisp 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel xwindows 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel zip 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel zip pkz204g.exe
systems ibmpc msdos simtel zip unzip512.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel zip zgrep30.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel zip zray125.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel zmodem 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos simtel zmodem dsz0427b.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel zmodem gsz0426.zip
systems ibmpc msdos simtel zoo 00_index.txt
systems ibmpc msdos wattcp README
systems ibmpc msdos wattcp pkunzip.exe
systems mac eudora Eudora2Info-CG.sea.hqx
systems mac info-mac comm tcp ncsa-mosaic-103.hqx
systems mac info-mac comm tcp mail 00mail-abstracts.txt
systems mac info-mac comm tcp mail eudora-14-doc.hqx
systems mac info-mac comm tcp ncsa-mosaic-20a1.hqx-split README
systems mac info-mac comm tcp ncsa-mosaic-20a1.hqx-split part01
systems mac info-mac comm tcp wais-for-mac-11.hqx-split README
systems mac info-mac comm term 00term-abstracts.txt
systems mac info-mac comm uucp 00uucp-abstracts.txt
systems mac info-mac dev 00dev-abstracts.txt
systems mac info-mac vir 00vir-abstracts.txt
systems mach INDEX
systems mach FAQ README
systems next Index.Z
systems pc eudora windows README.TXT.Z
systems unix bsd-sources README.Z
e*€H+€H%ÿÿ,……û…·×Í×`€HÐÿLK"SimTel Software Repository, a large collection of msdos software,
by Coast to Coast Telecommunications, Inc. is located here.
Other mirror sites for this software collection are:

St. Louis, MO: wuarchive.wustl.edu (128.252.135.4)
/systems/ibmpc/msdos
Corvallis, OR: archive.orst.edu (128.193.2.13)
/pub/mirrors/simtel/msdos
Australia: archie.au (139.130.4.6)
/micros/pc/oak
England: src.doc.ic.ac.uk (146.169.2.10)
/pub/packages/simtel
Finland: ftp.funet.fi (128.214.248.6)
/pub/msdos/SimTel
France: ftp.ibp.fr (132.227.60.2)
/pub/pc/SimTel/msdos
Germany: ftp.uni-paderborn.de (131.234.2.32)
/SimTel/msdos
Hong Kong: ftp.cs.cuhk.hk (137.189.4.57)
/pub/simtel/msdos
Israel: ftp.technion.ac.il (132.68.1.10)
/pub/unsupported/dos/simtel
Poland: ftp.cyf-kr.edu.pl (149.156.1.8)
/pub/mirror/msdos
Sweden: ftp.sunet.se (130.238.127.3)
/pub/pc/mirror/SimTel/msdos
Switzerland: ftp.switch.ch (130.59.1.40)
/mirror/msdos
Taiwan: NCTUCCCA.edu.tw (140.111.1.10)
/PC/simtel
Thailand: ftp.nectec.or.th (192.150.251.33)
/pub/mirrors/SimTel/msdos

This collection is copyrighted by Coast to Coast Telecommunications, Inc.? €H
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ftp://141.210.10.117´8 €Hÿ 8Ÿ8Oakland MS DOS Archives

SimTel Software Repository /SimTel/msdos directories as of July 23, 1994.

4dos 4DOS command processor and utilities
ada ADA programming language-related files
ai Artificial intelligence-related utilities
animate Animation players and utilities
archiver Archiving programs (ARC, ARJ, LZH, UC2, etc.)
arcutil Utilities for handling archived files
asm_mag Assembly Language 'Magazine'
asmutil Assembly language source code, libraries & utilities
astrnomy Astronomy-related programs and utilities
at Utilities for PC AT+ machines
autocad AutoCad and AutoLisp utilities
awk MS-DOS versions of Unix awk programming language
bakernws Baker's PC press releases
basic BASIC programming language-related files
batutil Batch file utilities
bbs Bulletin board (BBS) programs and utilities
bbsdoor Doors for various BBS's
bbslist Lists of MS-DOS and MS-Windows BBS's
bible On-line versions of the Bible
binedit Utilities for editing binary files
biology Biology-related software
bootutil System boot utilities
borland Patches / drivers / utilities for Borland's languages
c C programming language-related files
cad Computer Assisted Design programs
calculat Calculators
catalog Utilities for making disk catalogs
cdrom CD-ROM utilities
chemstry Chemistry-related software
citadel Citadel BBS programs
clipper Utilities / codes / patches for Clipper
clock On-screen clocks and clock utilities
compress MS-DOS ports of Unix compress, gzip; and compression pgms
cpluspls C++ programming language-related files
cron Utilities for executing command(s) at specified time(s)
crossasm Cross-assemblers (assemblers for other OSs/CPUs)
database Database management programs and utilities
dbase dBASE-related utilities
dbms_mag DBMS Magazine
ddjmag Dr. Dobbs Journal magazine listings
decode UU/XX encoding/decoding and other encode/decode programs
demacs Demacs - MS-DOS port of Emacs v18.55
deskaccs Calendars, appointment schedulers and desktop utilities
deskjet Utilities for DeskJet printers
deskpub Desktop publishing programs and utilities
desqview Utilities for Quarterdeck's DESQview
dirutil Directory maintenance utilities
disasm EXE and COM file disassemblers
diskutil Floppy / hard disk programs and utilities
djgpp MS-DOS port of GCC and related programming utilities
dv_x Utilities for Quarterdeck's DESQview/X
editor Text editors
educatin Educational programs
eel Epsilon text editor-related utilities
ega Utilities for EGA monitors
electric Electrical and electronic software
emulator Programs for emulating different operating environments
engineer Engineering-related software
envutil MS-DOS environment handling utilities
execomp Executable compressors and related utilities
ezycom Ezycom BBS program and utilities
falken Falken BBS program and utilities
fido Fido BBS and Fidonet-related programs
filedocs SimTel indexes and utilities to handle them
fileutil Utilities for maintaining and handling files
finance Finance and money-management programs and utilities
flowchrt Flow-charting programs
food Food / recipe management programs
formgen Custom forms generators
forth Forth programming language-related files
fortran Fortran programming language-related files
fossil FOSSIL drivers for BBS use
freemacs FreEMACS: Fast Emacs-like text editor written in ASM
genealgy Genealogy / family history programs and utilities
geogrphy Geography-related software
geology Geology-related software
geos1x Utilities for Geoworks version 1.*
geos2x Utilities for Geoworks version 2.*
geosnews GeoByte newsletters
gif Programs for viewing and handling GIF and other images
gnuish MS-DOS ports of GNU utilities
graph Scientific graphics utilities
graphics Programs for viewing and handling various graphics/images
gtsmusic GTS music system files
hamradio Ham Radio programs and utilities
handicap Utilities to assist the physically challenged
hebrew Hebrew language support
hercules Hercules video display drivers and utilities
hypertxt Programs for creating/authoring hypertext documents
iconlang ICON programming language files
info Information files on many different subjects
install Utilities for program installation
io_util I/O port utilities / drivers
irit IRIT solid modeler
ka9q KA9Q TCP/IP network utilities
kermit MS-Kermit communications program and utilities
keyboard Keyboard-related utilities
lan Local Area Network-related utilities
langtutr Foreign language tutorials
laser Fonts and utilities for HP laserjet
legal Legal forms
linguist Linguistic-related software
litratur Literature
logo LOGO programming language files
lotus123 Lotus 123-related utilities
mac Utilities for handling Macintosh files
mapping Map / mapping utilities
math Mathematics programs and utilities
mathcopr Math coprocessor utilities / emulators
memutil Memory utilities / managers
menu Programs for creating menu systems
mfg Manufacturing-related software
microsft Updates to Microsoft's MS-DOS
misclang Miscellaneous programming languages
modem Modem / communications programs and utilities
modula2 Modula2 programming language-related files
mormon Scriptures of the LDS Church (Mormons)
mouse Mouse utilities / drivers
msjournl MS Systems Journal program listings
music Music-related software and samples
naplps NAPLPS drawing programs and utilities
ncsatlnt NCSA Telnet programs / utilities / drivers
network Network-related programs and utilities
neurlnet Neural network-related utilities
nfs PC-NFS software
notabene Notabene text-processing program and utilities
novell Novell Netware-related utilities
oberon Oberon programming language files
oemacs OEmacs - MS-DOS port of Emacs v19.19
offline Off-line news / mail readers and utilities
opus OPUS BBS program and utilities
packet Packet Radio programs and utilities
paging Simple Network Paging Protocol (RFC 1568) programs
pascal Pascal programming language-related files
pathutil Utilities to add / edit / search DOS's path
pcboard PCBoard BBS program and utilities
pcmag Programs and codes featured in PC Magazine
pctech Programs and codes featured in PC Tech Journal
pctecniq Programs and codes featured in PC Techniques Magazine
pcvrmag Programs and codes featured in PCVR Magazine
perl MS-DOS port of the Perl programming language
pgmutil Programming utilities
pibterm PibTerm communications program
pktdrvr Crynwr packet drivers and related programs
plot Plotting programs and utilities
postscrp Utilities for viewing / printing PostScript files
printer Printer utilities
procomm ProComm communications program and utilities
prodigy Prodigy on-line services-related utilities
projmgr Project management programs
qbasic QuickBasic programming language-related files
qedit QEdit text editor and related utilities
qemm Utilities for, and info about Quarterdeck's QEMM
qmodem QModem communications program and utilities
qtrdeck Info / utilities / patches of Quarterdeck's products
ramdisk EMS / XMS ramdisk programs
rbbs_pc RBBS-PC BBS program and utilities
recreatn Personal recreation programs and information files
rip RIP graphics utilities
satelite Satellite tracking programs and information
science Science-related software
screen Screen savers, drivers and other screen utilities
security System security / password utilities
simulatn Simulation programs
sound Audio sample (sound) players / editors
spredsht Spreadsheet programs and utilities
sprint Utilities for Sprint editor
starter Essential info and utilities for beginners
statstic Statistics-related software
stunnpc StunnPc on-line magazine
surfmodl Surface Modeling program
swap SWAP utilities
sysinfo System information and benchmark utilities
sysutil Miscellaneous system utilities
tagbbs TAG BBS program and utilities
taxes U.S. federal tax return preparation and related software
teaching Classroom and related aids for school teachers
telegard Telegard BBS program and utilities
telix Telix communications program and utilities
tex TeX typesetting programs and utilities
textutil Utilities for processing text
tiff Tiff image utilities
tsrutil Terminate-Stay-Resident (TSR) utilities
turbo_c Turbo C programming language-related files
turbobas Turbo Basic programming language-related files
turbopas Turbo Pascal programming language-related files
turbovis Turbo Vision programming language-related files
ubasic UBASIC: High-precision math-oriented Basic interpreter
uemacs MicroEMACS - Emacs-like text editor
uucp UUCP programs and utilities
ventura Ventura Publisher-related utilities
vga Utilities for VGA monitors
virus Anti-virus software
visbasic Visual Basic programming language-related files
viscii Vietnamese software supporting the VISCII standard
voice Utilities generating speech / voice for PC
voicmail Voice-mail programs for some modems
vpssoft Programs from the Vietnamese Professionals Society
waffle Waffle BBS program and utilities
weather Weather / hurricane tracking programs
wildcat Wildcat BBS program and utilities
windows3 Utilities for MS Windows 3.*
winsock Windows Socket interface (TCP/IP) applications
wordperf WordPerfect-related utilities
worldmap World map viewing program and maps
wpj_mag Windows Programmer's Journal
wwiv WWIV BBS program and utilities
x_10 Utilities for BSR and other X10 controllers
xlisp XLISP programming language files
xwindows X Window system for PC
zip ZIP archiver (ZIP/UNZIP) and related utilities
zmodem X/Y/Zmodem protocols programs and external drivers
zoo Zoo archiver program and related utilities

Keith Petersen, General Manager of the SimTel Software Repository, a
service mark of Coast to Coast Telecommunications, Clarkston, MI, U.S.A.
Internet: [email protected] or [email protected]
Uucp: uunet!umich!vela!w8sdz BITNET: [email protected]


Welcome to the SimTel Software Repository (sm), a service of
Coast to Coast Telecommunications, Inc.
5850 Dixie Highway, Clarkston, MI 48346, U.S.A.
(810) 623-6700 voice - (810) 623-1469 fax

COAST TO COAST TELECOMMUNICATIONS COPYRIGHT

The entire contents of the SimTel SoftWare Repository (sm) are copyrighted
by Coast to Coast Telecommunications, Inc., Copyright 1993-1994, all rights
reserved, as a collective work (compilation copyright) under the Copyright
laws of the United States of America. Except as noted below, the copying,
reproduction, or publication of any part of the Service is prohibited,
unless expressly authorized by Coast to Coast Telecommunications, Inc.

(A compilation copyright is granted when an organization lawfully
collects or acquires information and organizes it in a way that adds
value to the collection. A compilation copyright grants to the owner
certain rights, such as the right to control further distribution of the
compilation of works.)

Some material in the SimTel SoftWare Repository may be copyrighted
by others. The owner of an individual work added to the compilation
ALSO retains his or her copyright and the right to control further
distribution of his or her work. The copyrights asserted by Coast to
Coast Telecommunications, Inc. do not supercede an author's copyrights;
in the case of ShareWare, for example, the author still retains his or
her copyrights. In the case of Public Domain software, we assert that
Coast to Coast Telecommunications, Inc. owns the copyrights to the
copies available for distribution by the SimTel Software Repository,
as part of our compilation copyright.

All material in the repository is provided solely for the downloader's
personal use! No re-sale or re-distribution for profit is allowed
without the express written permission of Coast to Coast Telecommuni-
cations, Inc.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the large number of files available, the SimTel
SoftWare Repository maintainers cannot possibly attempt to validate
the proper operation of the various programs. When a program bug is
reported, immediate action is taken to either correct the error or
remove the offending program from the repository. Still, users must
understand that all programs are offered AS IS, and the SimTel SoftWare
Repository maintainers specifically disclaim any liability should these
programs malfunction or cause damage, incidental or otherwise. When
testing ANY new software, be certain that all information stored on
disk is backed-up before you start, so that you can recover if files
are damaged or erased. This is particularly true if you have a hard
disk, in which case malfunctions can be spectacularly disastrous.

Keith Petersen, General Manager of the SimTel Software Repository,
a service mark of Coast to Coast Telecommunications, Incorporated,
Clarkston, MI, U.S.A. E-maiI: [email protected]
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Version: No. 2

Update frequency: Quarterly

Date: May 27, 1994

Authors: Denise Anthony
or <[email protected]>
Nika J. Kayne

Institution: University of Michigan,
School of Information and Library
Studies

Descriptive keywords: Archive(s)/Manuscript(s)/Finding
Aid(s)/Collection(s)/Repositories/
Historical documents/Historical
Center(s)

Intended audience: This guide is intended for
archivists, researchers, historians
and other persons interested in
historical and primary resource
material.
How to get to this guide:
anonymous FTP:
host: una.hh.lib.umich.edu
path: /inetdirsstacks
filename: archives:kaynthony
Gopher:
via: U. Minnesota list of gophers
menu: North America/USA/Michigan/
University of Michigan GOpherBLUE
Service/Other Gopher Servers/University
of Michigan/Clearinghouse of Subject-
Oriented Internet Resource Guides
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1.0 Introduction to the Guide

2.0 Navigating the Internet

3.0 Archival Collections on the Internet

3.1 World Wide Web Servers
3.1.1 The Center for American History,
University of Texas at Austin
3.1.2 Historical Center for the Health
Sciences, University of Michigan
3.1.3 Library of Congress: The Vatican
Library: Rome Reborn; and the Soviet
Archives
3.1.4 Oregon State Archives

3.2 Gopher Servers
3.2.1 British Columbia Archives and Records
Service
3.2.2 Johns Hopkins University
3.3.3 Louisiana Tech University Prescott
Memorial Library Department of Special
Collections, Manuscripts and Archives
3.2.4 Michigan State University Archives and
Historical Collections
3.2.5 Mississippi State University
3.2.6 Ohio State University
3.2.7 Oregon State University
3.2.8 Pennsylvania State University
3.2.9 Princeton University
3.2.10 SUNY at Oswego
3.2.11 Trent University
3.2.12 University of California, San Diego
3.2.13 University of Missouri at St. Louis
3.2.14 University of Tennessee at Knoxville
3.2.15 University of Texas at Austin, Harry
Ransom Humanities Research Center
3.2.16 University of Virginia
3.2.17 Wheaton College
3.2.18 Wittgenstein Archives
3.2.19 Yale University Beinecke Library

3.3 Telnet Sources
3.3.1 Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at
Kingston, Queens University, Ontario

4.0 Subject Index to the Sources

5.0 Appendices
5.1 Special Collections
5.2 Contact People
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Press Releases as published by the Clinton White House,
including speeches and press conferences. This section is
updated on a daily basis.

o Wiretap Online Library

A collection of useful and entertaining information,
culled from Usenet and elsewhere, and arranged by subject.

o Usenet Alt.Etext Archives

Pointers on where to obtain Etext (Electronic Text)
on the Internet and elsewhere. Updated daily.
A large accumulation of laws, treaties, and other
assorted legal and historical documents.

o Electronic Books at Wiretap

Master index of all the full length electronic
books located on Wiretap. Although many books are
in Library/Classic, others are scattered.

Wiretap Etext Releases

1. ! README.
2. Ambrose Bierce: Can Such Things Be.
3. Ambrose Bierce: The Devil's Dictionary.
4. Beowulf (F.B. Gummere Translation).
5. Booker T Washington: Up From Slavery.
6. Charles Darwin: The Voyage of the Beagle.
7. Charles G Roberts: The Forge in the Forest.
8. David Hume: An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding.
9. Edgar Allan Poe: The Cask of Amontillado.
10. Edgar Allan Poe: The Pit and the Pendulum.
11. Edgar Allan Poe: The Tell-Tale Heart.
12. Edwin Abbott: Flatland.
13. Francis Bacon: The New Atlantis.
14. Frank Norris: The Pit-- A Story of Chicago.
15. Hippocrates: Hippocratic Oath and Law.
16. John Adams: Presidential Inaugural Address.
17. John Stuart Mill: On Liberty.
18. Mark Twain: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.
19. Mark Twain: A Ghost Story.
20. Mark Twain: A New Crime.
21. Mark Twain: Extracts from Adam's Diary.
22. Mark Twain: My Watch.
23. Mark Twain: Niagara.
24. Mark Twain: Political Economy.
25. Mark Twain: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
26. Mark Twain: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
27. Mark Twain: The Great Revolution in Pitcairn.
28. Mark Twain: Tom Sawyer Abroad.
29. Mark Twain: Tom Sawyer, Detective.
30. Plato: Crito (Jowett Translation).
31. Plato: The Republic (Jowett Translation).
32. Robert Louis Stevenson: New Arabian Nights.
33. Robert Louis Stevenson: The Wrecker.
34. Sir Thomas More: Utopia.
35. Tommaso Campanella: The City of the Sun.
36. Virgil: Aeneid (Dryden Translation).
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2. Electronic Books at Wiretap/
3. Government Docs (US & World)/
4. Usenet alt.etext Archives/
5. Various ETEXT Resources on the Internet/
6. Wiretap Online Library/
7. Worldwide Gopher and WAIS Servers/

About the Internet Wiretap

1. About the Wiretap.
2. FTP Index of Gov Directories.
3. FTP Index of Library Directories.
4. Featured at the Wiretap.
5. How to submit items to Wiretap.
6. Search the Internet Wiretap
7. Wiretap Etext Releases/

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2. FTP Index of Gov Directories.
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Directory of Gov:

Patent < DIR > Patent Office Reform Panel Final Report
disable.act 168649 Americans with Disabilities Act
warpower.act 16261 War Powers Resolution of 1973
Treaties < DIR > Treaties and International Covenants
World < DIR > World Constitutions
UN < DIR > United Nations Resolutions (selected)
US-History < DIR > US Historical Documents
GAO-Report < DIR > GAO Miscellaneous
privacy.act 57206 Privacy Act of 1974
faircredit.act 29519 Fair Credit Reporting Act
Canada < DIR > Canadian Documents
foia.cit 92726 Citizen's Guide to using the FOIA
Maast < DIR > Maastricht Treaty of European Union
Platform < DIR > Political Platforms of the US
ecpa.act 62602 Electronic Communications Privacy Act
US-Docs < DIR > US Miscellaneous Documents
README 705 ! README (wiretap.spies.com)
NATO < DIR > NATO Press Releases
NATO-HB < DIR > NATO Handbook
Aussie < DIR > Australian Law Documents
US-State < DIR > Various US State Laws
US-Speech < DIR > US Speeches and Addresses
Economic < DIR > Clinton's Economic Plan
US-Gov < DIR > US Government Today
GAO-Trans < DIR > GAO Transition Reports
GAO-Tech < DIR > GAO Technical Reports
GAO-Risk < DIR > GAO High Risk Reports
NAFTA < DIR > North American Free Trade Agreement

Directory of Gov/World:

estonia.con 79843 Draft Constitution of Estonian Republic 1992
hungary.con 64857 Constitution of the Republic of Hungary
romania.con 69200 Draft Constitution of Romania 1991
slovakia.con 79661 Constitution of the Slovak Republic 1991
usa.con 51587 United States Constitution 1789
china.con 71140 Constitution of the People's Republic of China 1982
macedonia.con 65439 Constitution of Macedonia (in former Yugoslavia)
hongkong.con 101174 Basic Law of Hong Kong 1990
magna.txt 29247 Magna Carta, John at Runnymede
iroquois.con 72058 Constitution of the Iroquois Nations
hamas.cov 64788 Hamas Covenant (Islamic Resistance) 1988
usa-conf.con 21018 United States Articles of Confederation 1781
england.bil 17119 English Bill of Rights 1689
rights91.hk 29437 Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance 1991
rights92.prc 13356 Chinese Declaration of Human Rights 1992
canada.con 82640 Canada Constitution Act, 1867

Directory of Gov/US-History:

Vietnam < DIR > Vietnam Era Documents
arms1775.txt 18579 Declaration of Arms, 1775
artconf.txt 21018 US Articles of Confederation
Pre-WWII < DIR > Pre World War II Documents
WWII-AF < DIR > USAAF Chronology in World War II
decind.txt 9273 Declaration of independence
WWII < DIR > World War II Documents
emancip.txt 5775 Emancipation Proclamation
federal.10 18114 Federalist Papers #10
federal.51 11812 Federalist Papers #51
foia.req 37066 Freedom of Information Act Request Package
germany.sur 42141 WWII Surrender of Germany to Allies
greenvil.txt 23801 Treaty of Greenville
japan.sur 26768 WWII Surrender of Japan to Allies
mayflow.cp 1642 Mayflower Compact
monroe.doc 5987 Monroe Doctrine
orders.fun 11831 Fundamental Orders of 1639
ordinanc.nw 17301 Northwest Ordinance
paris.txt 13258 Treaty of Paris, 1793
resolves.cc 11340 Resolves of the Continental Congress
transmit.txt 3130 Letter of Transmittal of US Constitution
us-const.txt 51614 US Constitution
virginia.dec 5725 Virginia Declaration of Rights
open1.not 5112 First Open Door Note, September 1899
u2.txt 25261 U2 Shootdown Incident of 1960

Directory of Gov/US-History/Vietnam:

vets-against.t 8859 Vietnam Vets Against the War Statement (Kerry
white-paper.tx 7349 State Department White Paper on Vietnam
tonkin-gulf.tx 5125 Tonkin Gulf Message and Resolution
POW-MIA < DIR > Senate Select POW-MIA Affairs Report
diem-letters.t 4654 Two Letters to Ngo Dinh Diem

Directory of Gov/US-Speech:

clinton.in 9939 Clinton's Inaugural Speech 1993
jeffers.in 10361 Thomas Jefferson's 1st Inaugural Address
kennedy.in 8243 Kennedy's Inaugural Speech
truman.47 13649 Truman's Address Before Congress, 12 March 1947
union.92 28545 George Bush State of the Union Speech 1992
quarant.fdr 10939 Roosevelt's Quaranteen Speech, October 1937
liberty.tp 1984 Thomas Paine: Give Me Liberty, 1775
getty.adr 1490 Gettysburg Address
washing.fw 26030 Washington's Farewell Address
mandela.txt 9182 Nelson Mandela's speech upon release
union.93 43200 Clinton State of the Union Speech 1993
lincoln2.in 4466 Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address
wallace.civ 34920 George C Wallace on Civil Rights, 4 July 1964
johnson.sp 21063 Lyndon B Johnson: We Shall Overcome, 15 March 1965
weaver.sp 27373 Robert C Weaver: Negro as American, 16 June 1963
lincoln1.in 21813 Lincoln's 1st Inaugural Address
adams.in 14195 John Adams Inaugural Address

Directory of Gov/Economic:

README 1734 ! README
letter.txt 2126 letter.txt - Letter of Transmittal
part.2 23679 part.2 - A Legacy of Failure
part.3 50627 part.3 - What We Must Do Now
part.4 68681 part.4 - Investing in the Future: Increasing Public Investment
part.5 127619 part.5 - Investing in the Future: Reducing the Deficit
part.6 9885 part.6 - Restoring Fairness
part.7 9666 part.7 - Making Government Work Better
part.8 7990 part.8 - The Task Remaining

Directory of Gov/US-Gov:

congress.103 28876 US 103rd Congress Phone and Fax Numbers
hr-com.103 89740 US House Committee Memberships, 103rd Congress
jt-com.103 3685 US Congress Joint Committees, 103rd Congress
sen-com.103 41913 US Senate Committee Memberships, 103rd Congress
budget.94 1046755 Budget of the United States 1994 (over 1MB)



Directory of Library:

Article < DIR > Articles
Classic < DIR > Classics
Zines < DIR > Zines
Cyber < DIR > Cyberspace
Document < DIR > Assorted Documents
Fringe < DIR > Fringes of Reason
Humor < DIR > Humor
Media < DIR > Mass Media
Misc < DIR > Miscellaneous
Music < DIR > Music
Techdoc < DIR > Technical Information
Untech < DIR > Questionables
README 98 ! README
Religion < DIR > Religion

Directory of Library/Article:

Food < DIR > Food and Drink
Sports < DIR > Sports
Publish < DIR > Electronic Publishing
Aero < DIR > Aeronatics and Space
Outdoors < DIR > Backcountry and Outdoors
Sci < DIR > Science
Journey < DIR > Journeys and Travels
Math < DIR > Mathematics
Sex < DIR > Sex
Gaming < DIR > Gambling and Oddsmaking
Socio < DIR > Sociological Issues
Religion < DIR > Religion and Philosophy
Rights < DIR > Civil Rights and Liberties
Language < DIR > Language
Misc < DIR > Misc

Directory of Library/Article/Sports:

rules.afl 11484 Summary of Rules for Australian Football
wrestle.wwf 10700 WWF and WCW Names and Managers
roster.nba 21849 NBA Roster as of 12/92A
soccer.pro 116612 Proposal for US & CAN Soccer League
scheds.nfl 8523 Figuring the 1992 NFL Schedule
nflsched.92 15646 1992 NFL Schedule
stadium.lis 2130 Stadium Listing
history.afl 13358 A Short History of the Australian FL
ncaa.int 11075 NCAA Letter of Intent Rules
soccer.rul 69417 FIFA Rules of Soccer

Directory of Library/Article/Publish:

copyrigh.c1 51342 Copyright Office #1: Basics
copyrigh.c22 38317 Copyright Office #22: Investigating Status
issn.txt 17123 ISSN Information on the Internet
libcong.his 42269 Functions of the Library of Congress
electron.jnl 38259 What is an Electronic Journal?
copyrite.doc 12068 Copyrighting Public Domain Programs
sf-zine.pub 24166 Zine Publisher's Resource Guide

Directory of Library/Article/Aero:

shuttle.fey 33488 Richard Feynman on the Shuttle Disaster
fighter.pil 17896 Best Fighter Pilot
venus.sur 36283 Venus Surface Phenomena
ausroc.ii 29896 Ausroc II Rocket: A Post Mortem
launch.92 15770 The 1992 Space Launch List
nato-sov.air 24825 NATO Code Names for Soviet Aircraft
space.ac 18293 Astro/Space Frequently Seen Acronyms
airport.lis 43847 Airport 3 Letter Abbreviations
japan.cod 14770 Allied Code Names for Japanese Aircraft

Directory of Library/Article/Outdoors:

snake.bc 43551 BC: Snakebite Distilled Wisdom
scouting.fir 52264 Scouting Skits & Campfire Lore
rainbow.bib 52381 Rainbow Gathering Bibliography
watfilt.bc 78573 BC: Water Filters Distilled Wisdom
lyme.bc 13916 BC: Lyme Disease Distilled Wisdom
outdoor.bc 16028 BC: Eugene's "Outdoors Turing Test"
songs.bc 15574 BC: A Bit of Song
refs.bc 32577 BC: References
dod.faq 35293 Denizens of Doom (DOD) FAQ - [Motorcycle]
mera.pk 54018 Mera Peak Nepal Trekking Report

Directory of Library/Article/Sci:

cavitate.ult 90131 Ultra Cavitation (of Liquids)
larson.ph 27517 Larsonian Physics
relative.ftl 45662 Relativity and FTL Travel
fusion.nuc 26247 Cold Nuclear Fusion in Condensed Matter
quantum.ani 19374 Quantum Information Processing in Animals
epidemic.ctl 38331 Distributed DB for Epidemiological Control
energy.fr 106323 Summary Thesis on Free Energy
perpet.mot 40899 Perpetual Motion
fossil.txt 26413 Transitional Fossils

Directory of Library/Article/Journey:

arizona.trv 192115 Arizona & New Mexico Travelogue
unicon.res 59603 Hobbit's trip to Unicon convention
gribben.txt 34917 The Education of Alan Gribben
cancun.tvl 107314 Cancun 1992
slice.lif 59670 A Slice of Life in my Virtual Community
tourist.trp 11928 Tourist Traps in U.S.
prison.sag 70958 My Saga (Prison)

Directory of Library/Article/Math:

fractal.faq 51418 Fractals FAQ (sci.fractals)
perspect.doc 9087 The Mathematics Behind Perspective
fuzzy.log 26725 A Fuzzy Logic Tutorial
rivest.fac 8280 Rivest Factoring Achievement
putnam.92 21383 Putnam Problems & Unofficial Sol's 1992
indiana.pi 22273 Pi is 3 in Indiana
math.faq 48841 Math FAQ (sci.math)
vectors.des 32521 Test Vectors for DES Algorithm
breaking.des 11051 Is DES Breakable? Of course.
conway.spc 104094 Spaceships in Conway's Game of Life (addendum)

Directory of Library/Article/Language:

top1000.use 16238 Top 100 Words used on Usenet
mnemonic.txt 6463 Mnemonics
shaw.txt 6132 Meihem in Ce Klasrum: GB Shaw's proposals
hindu.nam 23874 List of Hindu Names
qalam.txt 9719 Qalam Arabic Transliteration
urdu.dic 73492 Small Urdu Dictionary
esperant.eng 54259 Esperanto English Dictionary
vietnam.cpu 19820 Glossary of Computer Terms in Vietnamese
palindro.txt 11680 Palindromes
slang.col 18385 College Slang Dictionary
latin.stu 663580 Study Guide to Wheelock Latin
welsh.ref 18177 Resources for Adult Learners of Welsh
taeis.lng 61378 Taeis Languages (frp)
spooner.lis 15459 Spoonerisms and Malapropisms

Directory of Library/Article/Misc:

skeptic.bib 14298 Skeptic's Library
disable.rd 94273 Reading Disabilities
citizen.def 18061 Definition & Jurisdiction of a Citizen
grommet.txt 11251 Ron S VanZuylen's Grommet File
canada.hc 19197 Terminology & Handicapped: A Way With Words
hiroshim.sp 28827 Speech (Narayan Desai) on Hiroshima Day 1992
tribune.jas 46569 Jason Sadofsky's: The Tribune Articles
zip-bar.txt 2338 Zip+4 Bar Code Information
folklore.elf 10058 Elves in Tolkien and Folklore
excuse.gen 8676 Towards the Automatic Generation of Excuses
teletype.his 27984 History of Morkrum Co (Teletype Corporation)
stocks.92 17477 1992 Daily Close for DJIA and SP500
japan.yes 102210 Does America Say "Yes" to Japan (2nd Ed.)
magnum.44 11062 Magnum .44 Summary
lastword.dd 16349 Famous Last Words (FRP)
skeptic.faq 98921 Sci.Skeptic FAQ
monorail.faq 45078 Disney Monorail FAQ
spatial.txt 33631 Spatial Deconcentration
dinosaur.fly 18129 Prehistoric Flying Creatures and Gravity
brainwa.txt 47740 The Battle for your Mind: Brainwashing
kal-007.art 40242 Soviet Revelations of KAL 007 Shootdown
cryonics.th 19734 Theoretical Understanding of Cryonics
october.sur 29573 The October Surprise
truzzi.lec 21688 Truzzi on Scientific Unorthodoxy
urban.faq 71752 Urban Legends FAQ
squid.pur 87715 Squid Purity Test (Motorcycling)

Directory of Library/Classic:

Shakespeare < DIR > Shakespeare
hyde.txt 140261 Stevenson: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
warworld.txt 344035 HG Wells: The War of the Worlds
timemach.txt 181712 HG Wells: The Time Machine
crowd.txt 763456 Thomas Hardy: Far from the Madding Crowd
oedipus.txt 214863 Sophocles: Oedipus Trilogy
scarlet.txt 502412 Nathaniel Hawthorne: The Scarlet Letter
pioneers.txt 308584 Willa Cather: O Pioneers!
douglass.txt 228648 Frederick Douglass: Narrative
herland.txt 306098 Charlotte Gilman: Herland
parlost.txt 470923 John Milton: Paradise Lost
sleepy.txt 69267 Washington Irving: Legend of Sleepy Hollow
looking.txt 169032 Lewis Carroll: Through the Looking Glass
alice.txt 148507 Lewis Carroll: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
snark.txt 29782 Lewis Carroll: The Hunting of the Snark
hiawatha.txt 192739 Henry Longfellow: The Song of Hiawatha
peter.txt 264813 JM Barrie: Peter Pan
reason.txt 129539 Decartes: Discourse on Reason
wizoz.txt 213905 L Frank Baum: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
island.txt 431827 Lucy Montgomery: Anne of the Island
Poetry < DIR > Poetry
pargain.txt 93540 John Milton: Paradise Regained
carol.txt 160369 Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol
anne.txt 564912 Lucy Montgomery: Anne of Green Gables
avonlea.txt 493139 Lucy Montgomery: Anne of Avonlea
sharer.txt 89783 Joseph Conrad: Secret Sharer
aladdin.txt 28681 Aladdin and the Magic Lamp
songlark.txt 862559 Willa Cather: The Song of the Lark
chimes.txt 170012 Charles Dickens: The Chimes
civil.txt 63564 Thoreau: Civil Disobedience
cricket.txt 176869 Charles Dickens: The Cricket on the Hearth
aesop2.txt 64691 Aesop: Fables, Paperless Edition
flatland.txt 201055 Edwin Abbott: Flatland
hound.txt 321887 Doyle: Hound of the Baskervilles
jabber.txt 1594 Lewis Carroll: Jabberwocky
kamasut.txt 23257 Vatasyayana: Love Teachings of Kama Sutra
no-treas.txt 112048 Lysander Spooner: No Treason
science.txt 228256 Daniel Young: Scientific Secrets, 1861
study.txt 241166 Doyle: Study in Scarlet
thinketh.txt 40081 James Allen: As a Man Thinketh
valley.txt 315758 Doyle: Valley of Fear
lordjim.txt 715356 Joseph Conrad: Lord Jim
mobydick.txt 1202961 Herman Melville: Moby Dick
Poe < DIR > Tales by Edgar Allan Poe
darkness.txt 212844 Joseph Conrad: Heart of Darkness
devils.txt 387515 Ambrose Bierce: The Devil's Dictionary
Comment < DIR > Commentaries on the Classics
pit.poe 34485 Edgar Allan Poe: The Pit and the Pendulum
daedalus.lec 69813 JBS Haldane: Daedalus, or Science of the Future
mars.txt 364025 Edgar Rice Burroughs: A Princess of Mars
magi.txt 11684 O Henry: The Gift of the Magi
manifesto.txt 73276 Marx & Engels: Communist Manifesto
aesop1.txt 224404 Aesop: Fables, Townsend Translation
pimpernel.txt 487115 Baroness Orczy: The Scarlet Pimpernel
magicdoor.txt 264658 Doyle: Through the Magic Door
telltale.poe 11404 Edgar Allan Poe: The Tell-Tale Heart
ghost.mt 13373 Mark Twain: A Ghost Story
wuther.txt 659795 Emily Bronte: Wuthering Heights
dracula.txt 863139 Bram Stoker: Dracula
cask.poe 13216 Edgar Allan Poe: The Cask of Amontillado
abroad.mt 173718 Mark Twain: Tom Sawyer Abroad
adam.mt 22762 Mark Twain: Extracts from Adam's Diary
detective.mt 121305 Mark Twain: Tom Sawyer, Detective
pitcairn.mt 25674 Mark Twain: The Great Revolution in Pitcairn
empiricism.txt 231510 William James: Essays in Radical Empiricism

Directory of Library/Classic/Shakespeare:

Histories < DIR > Histories
Tragedies < DIR > Tragedies
Poetry < DIR > Poetry
README 971 ! README
Comedies < DIR > Comedies

Directory of Library/Classic/Shakespeare/Histories:

1kinghenryvi 134034 Shakespeare: 1 King Henry VI
2kinghenryiv 157303 Shakespeare: 2 King Henry IV
3kinghenryvi 148210 Shakespeare: 3 King Henry VI
kinghenryv 155136 Shakespeare: King Henry V
kinghenryviii 148482 Shakespeare: King Henry VIII
kingjohn 122563 Shakespeare: King John
kingrichardii 134883 Shakespeare: King Richard II
kingrichardiii 180481 Shakespeare: King Richard III
1kinghenryiv 145002 Shakespeare: 1 King Henry IV

Directory of Library/Classic/Shakespeare/Tragedies:

kinglear.sp 157283 Shakespeare: King Lear
romeo.sp 144325 Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet
timon.sp 113175 Shakespeare: Timon of Athens
coriolanus.sp 168350 Shakespeare: Coriolanus
titus.sp 124008 Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus
antony.sp 158557 Shakespeare: Antony and Cleopatra
hamlet.sp 182567 Shakespeare: Hamlet
macbeth.sp 105404 Shakespeare: Macbeth
julius.sp 118048 Shakespeare: Julius Caesar

Directory of Library/Classic/Shakespeare/Poetry:

lucrece.sp 84700 Shakespeare: The Rape of Lucrece
various.sp 18954 Shakespeare: Various Poetry
lovers.sp 14366 Shakespeare: A Lover's Complaint
sonnets.sp 95662 Shakespeare: Sonnets
venus.sp 54390 Shakespeare: Venus and Adonis

Directory of Library/Classic/Shakespeare/Comedies:

comedy.sp 89525 Shakespeare: Comedy of Errors
cymbeline.sp 165209 Shakespeare: Cymbeline
tempest.sp 99379 Shakespeare: Tempest
labours.sp 129986 Shakespeare: Love's Labour's Lost
venice.sp 122658 Shakespeare: Merchant of Venice
windsor.sp 131576 Shakespeare: Merry Wives of Windsor
nothing.sp 123413 Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing
troilus.sp 158946 Shakespeare: Troilus and Cressida
midsummer.sp 96508 Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream
shrew.sp 124237 Shakespeare: Taming of the Shrew
measure.sp 130473 Shakespeare: Measure for Measure
winter.sp 145794 Shakespeare: Winter's Tale
pericles.sp 111604 Shakespeare: Pericles, Prince of Tyre
all.sp 135369 Shakespeare: All's Well that Ends Well
like.sp 125179 Shakespeare: As You Like It
twelfth.sp 116759 Shakespeare: Twelfth Night

Directory of Library/Cyber:

gao-rpt.txt 104328 GAO report on Computer Security
hacker.ths 148109 Soc Organiz of Comp Underground (thesis)
cyber.net 42224 Political & Social Implications of the Net
electrop.txt 115151 Electropolis (About Internet Relay Chat)
sundev.txt 102570 Operation Sun Devil Source Documents
mindvox.txt 66115 Mindvox: Voices In My Head, Patrick Kroupa
denning.txt 58773 Concerning Hackers who Break into Systems
joyce.txt 61696 James Joyce and the Prehistory of Cyberspace
tribe.cy 48835 The Constitution in Cyberspace
cardozo.txt 21349 Cardozo Law Forum Article on Neidorf
polly.txt 15953 Net & The Public Library (Jean Polly)
barlow.txt 65057 JP Barlow: Crime and Puzzlement
lawsuit.sjg 55685 Lawsuit against Steve Jackson Games
liable.bbs 101202 Defamation Liability of BBS's
east-eur.net 33315 Internet Connectivity in Eastern Europe
realife.mud 14092 MUD as a Psychological Model
meyer.cu 87372 Computer Underground (Meyer & Thomas)
acronyms.bbs 4774 Common BBS Acronyms
cyberpun.sub 11160 Cyberpunk From Subculture To Mainstream
freeserv.net 11134 Why are Internet Resources Free?
commerc.net 16654 Summary Cook Report on Net Commercialization
cynic.moo 17661 A Cynic Looks at Moo
sail.bye 14250 Swan Song for sail.stanford.edu
arubin.spy 7530 Swan Song for goonsquad.spies.com
communic.reg 85849 Case for Telecommunications Deregulation
email.eth 98277 Towards Ethics and Etiquette in E-Mail
crypto.hk 31199 Fight Communists With Cryptography

Directory of Library/Document:

princip.txt 155388 Principia Discordia
heritage.lis 21460 UNESCO's World Heritage List
guerilla.txt 102204 Psy Ops in Guerilla Warfare
russia.who 13736 Who's Who in Russia
calendar.sca 14269 Creative Anachronism Period Calendar
acronyms.lis 118496 Canonical List of Acronyms
steam.lis 116802 Steam Engines in the United States
calendar.dat 73630 Calendar of Days (Holidays, anniv, etc.)
shake.dic 58979 Shakespeare Glossary
arcana.doc 22917 Arcana Arcanorum (Playing-Card Oracle)
artephiu.bk 58418 Artephius: The Secret Book (Alchemy)
amtrak.lis 14931 Amtrak Trains as of Nov 92
elements.tbl 8509 The Periodic Table of Elements
geologic.tbl 7839 Geologic time table
particle.tbl 4583 Elementary & fundamental particles
si.tbl 9306 International System of Units
areacode.txt 33925 Telecom Digest guide to Area Codes
crypto.dic 27487 Crypto Glossary (cyberpunks)
roget.txt 1373075 Roget: Thesaurus of 1911
world92.txt 2349585 CIA: World Fact Book 1992
world90.txt 1914084 CIA: World Fact Book 1990
world91.txt 2140828 CIA: World Fact Book 1991
taz.txt 263902 Hakim Bey: Temporary Autonomous Zone
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by [email protected]

This document describes the CAMIS Gopher and the files
available through this information source. There is an
experimental and dynamic nature to this Gopher, and we
regret any inconvenience caused by this. There are also
files that may only be accessed by members of the local
community that this Gopher serves.

WHAT IS CAMIS
CAMIS is an acronym for the Center for Advanced Medical
Informatics at Stanford. CAMIS is a shared computing
resource supporting research activities in biomedical
informatics at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

WHAT'S IN THE CAMIS GOPHER

1. Local (CAMIS) Title Search
This is an index search of the directory and document
names in the CAMIS Gopher. This is a great tool for
locating files and directories that are relevant to your
needs. It is especially useful if you know something is
available in this Gopher, but you forgot where it is. For
example, if you wanted to find "computer price lists,"
you would select the "Local (CAMIS) Title Search" and type
computer price lists and you would get the following result:

Local (CAMIS) Title Search: computer price lists

--> 1. Stanford (Microdisc) Computer Price Lists/
2. IMC: Institute for Medical Computer sciences (AKH Wien)/
3. Mail Distribution Lists.

You could then view the results (presumably the top result as
it appears to be the most appropriate).

NOTE You may use partial words, Boolean variables
and quotation marks in this search (see The Test Searching
Capabilities directory in this directory for more info.).

2. INTERNET-WIDE TITLE SEARCH
This is an index search similar to the Local (CAMIS) Title
Search, but for the entire Internet. There is currenty no
Boolean capability
(obviously), nor partial word or phrase searching.
If you type in, say, "informatics," you might get the following:

1. HEALTH INFORMATICS (HInf).
2. HINF - Health Informatics.
3. PROG-GENOME INFORMATICS PROGRAM.
4. PROG-NLM FELLOWSHIP IN APPLIED INFORMATICS.
5. The Informatics Teaching Laboratory/
6. International Olympiad of Informatics/

3. ABOUT THE CAMIS GOPHER
Contains information about the CAMIS Gopher, Gopher in
general, and several Gopher clients in particular, as
well as a directory for testing the searching
capabilities of this Gopher server.

4. BIO-MEDICAL AND RELATED GOPHERS
This directory contains pointers to other Gopher sources
that include "Medical Schools", "Medical Publications,
Genetic Engineering, Computational Biology, etc."

5. CAMIS (CENTER FOR ADVANCED MEDICAL INFORMATICS AT STANFORD)
This directory contains information such as "Technical
Report Abstracts", the "SMI Publication List", a
schedule of colloquia, journal club, seminars and other
documents and resources useful to student and staff of the
Section on Medical Informatics (SMI).

6. COMPUTING INFO
This directory contains computing information for the
Section on Medical Informatics (SMI) community as well
as that of the Knowledge Systems Laboratory (KSL).
Additionally, pointers to information outside SMI and
KSL are included. These include various index searches
of various Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) archives.
The UNIX man pages are currently not indexed, but we
hope to do this in the future.

7. FIND PEOPLE, PLACES, PROGRAMS, PHONE NUMBERS
This directory contains location services which can be
helpful in finding e-mail addresses, programs at ftp
sites, area codes, phone numbers, and WAIS information
source names.

8. HEURISTIC PROGRAMMING PROJECT
This directory contains, among other things, the HPP FTP
files.

9. KSL MAIL ARCHIVES
This directory contains collections of e-mail messages
for various groups within Stanford, CAMIS and the KSL
and without (ai-medicine). This archive is currently
only available to part of Stanford.

10. NIH, NSF, AND FUNDING
This directory contains pointers to the NIH Guide, NIH
Program Info, a search of NSF Awards, and a link to the
National Science Foundation Gopher, among other things.

11. NEWS (STANFORD, USENET, CLARINET)
This is a pointer to collections of news resources made
available to the Stanford University community.
Included are Stanford Events, Stanford Press Releases,
USENET groups and more.

12. ONLINE LIBRARY CATALOGS
This directory contains a collection of pointers to
library telnet sessions. Instructions for searching on
varying different systems are included, as is login
information. Launching a telnet session is handled in
different ways (or not at all) by different Gopher
clients. See client-specific documentation for
information about launching telnet sessions.

13. SUMEX-AIM ARCHIVES (INCLUDING INFO-MAC)
This directory includes the popular INFO-Mac directory of
ftp'able files. This directory also contains many of the
ftp'able files from the CAMIS community. Different gopher
clients handle binhexed files and ftp'ing differently (or
not at all). See client-specific documentation for
information about ftp and binhex.

14. WORLD FULL OF INFO SOURCES
This directory is a pointer to the University of
Minnesota's collection of pointers to gopher and WAIS
servers around the world.

15. MISCELLANEOUS
This directory contains pointers to selected, interesting
information sources cleaned from #13 above. This directory
includes weather information, movie reviews, a Webster's
Dictionary search, a Roget's Thesaurus search, and more.


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4 Bio-Medical and Related Gophers Menu
5 CAMIS Menu
6 Computing Info Menu
7 Find People, Places, Programs, Phone Numbers Menu
8 Heuristic Programming Project Menu
9 KSL Mail Archives Menu
10 NIH, NSF, and Funding Menu
11 Other Gopher and Information Servers Menu
12 Other Gophers at Stanford Menu
13 SUMEX-AIM Archives (including Info-Mac) Menu
14 miscellaneous Menu
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2 MacGopher Instructions Text
3 Test Searching Capabilities Here Menu
4 UNIX Gopher Instructions Text
5 Xperimental/Unsupported Services (use at your own risk) Menu
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Xperimental/Unsupported Services (use at your own risk)

1 Finger Lookup Search
2 Local Veronica Search
3 Today's Quote Text
4 brokenfinger Search
5 fractal.gif Image

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CAMIS

1 README Text
2 All About Stanford (for the SMI Student) Text
3 ICRF Medical Informatics Papers Text
4 SMI Colloquia, Journal Club, Seminars and Related Events Menu
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s*€H ˆ+€Hˆ%ÿÿ`éHý  „#·€Hxÿp#o#­WHAT IS EDUCOM?

Educom serves the leaders who manage information technology in higher
education. For more than 25 years, Educom has been leading the nation's
educational community in integrating information technology into
classrooms, curricula and research. Today, Educom 's membership
encompasses a broad range of institutions--from large, technologically
sophisticated universities to small liberal arts and community colleges.

Virtually every major research university, four-year private college and
public institution in the country, in addition to an increasing number of
two-year colleges, overseas campuses, foundations, consortia and research
laboratories, has benefited from Educom membership. At this time,
approximately 600 higher education institutions and 100 corporations
participate in Educom programs and projects.

Membership keeps your institution on the cutting edge of information
technology.Educom membership provides you with opportunities for
professional development and strategies for promoting the use of
information technology on campus. Members are kept up-to-date on the latest
developments in academic computing and information technology through
Educom publications and participation in Educom programs and projects. In
addition, members receive discounts on conferences, seminars, books,
consulting and selected offerings from Corporate Associates.

CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS
Conferences and seminars keep members on top of the learning curve. Annual
Fall Conference: This conference is the preeminent international event for
anyone concerned with information technology in higher education.
Policymakers, educators, and corporate and government representatives
participate in a stimulating format that serves a wide range of needs--with
general sessions and panels in the mornings and technology demonstrations,
discussion groups and campus visits in the afternoons. It is an
extraordinary opportunity to discuss the latest issues, applications and
visions for the future.

Educom '94, San Antonio, TX, October 31-November 3, 1994
Educom '95, Portland, OR, October 31-November 3, 1995
Educom '96, Philadelphia, PA, October 8-11, 1996
Educom '97, Minneapolis, MN, October 28-31, 1997

ANNUAL NATIONAL NET CONFERENCE
This conference provides a forum for leaders in education, government and
industry to forge a National Research and Education Network (NREN)
partnership. Participants work together to advance research productivity
and technology transfer, broaden collaboration between the nation's leading
scientists, and improve educational access and quality.

NATIONAL LEARNING INFRASTRUCTURE INITITATIVE.
The goal of this Educom program is to demonstrate that
informationtechnology can help increase on a national scale both
thecost-effectiveness of instruction and the quality of learning. A
keystrategy is to reduce the labor intensity of instruction in content
areaswhere there is an economic and educational rationale for
deployingalternative instructional models highly mediated by information
technology. Institutions, organizations, and companies participating in the
Initiativeare advancing this agenda 1) by exchanging ideas in a program
ofcollaborative advocacy and discussion and 2) by developing and
testingscalable prototypes to demonstrate the feasibility of the goal and
to lay the foundation for a "learning architecture." These advocacy and
prototype activities are discussed in separate area of the educom.edu
server.

EDUCOM SEMINARS
The seminars focus on a range of topics related to the integration,
management and use of information technology in higher education. Recent
seminar topics have included strategic planning for computing, campus
network planning, and educational software acquisition, development and
support.

CORPORATE ASSOCIATES PROGRAM (CAP)
CAP represents an opportunity for member institutions and the business
community to establish contact and exchange ideas through conferences,
seminars, task forces and other activities and services. This arrangement
enables Educom members to influence corporate product and service
development and have access to the latest information on product
availability and special offers. CAP participants benefit from one-on-one
exchanges with higher education leaders and the opportunity to offer
special discounts and packages to Educom members.

EDUCOM PUBLICATIONS
Educom publications target academic policymakers and planners with
concise, timely information on networking and library automation, case
studies on new technology, and issues related to research and scholarship
in the information technology era. General publications include "Educom
Review," Educom 's bimonthly magazine about learning, communications, and
information technology; "Edupage," a twice-a-week electronic newswire
summarizing developments in information technology and distributed free
throughout the world; and "The Update", a twice-a-month electronic
information service covering news about Educom, its member institutions,
its corporate affiliates, and other organizations that share Educom's goals
for transforming education through information technology.

EDUCOM CONSULTING GROUP

The Educom Consulting Group (ECG) provides evaluation and
recommendations on administrative, research and instructional uses of
information technology. Recommendations concentrate on strategic
planning and budgeting; organization, management and staffing;
financing; library automation; hardware and software selection,
acquisition and implementation; proposal reviews; and on-campus
workshops. Consultants are selected from among member faculty,
administrators and professional staff ensuring you a solution that works in
a higher education environment.

NTTF
Networking and Telecommunications Task Force (NTTF) provides leadership and
focus for colleges and universities in identifying and communicating
strategic networking and telecommunications policy issues and concerns. In
response to growing interest about national networking policies among
universities, corporations and government, NTTF's influence has been raised
to new heights--especially through its spring National NET conference.

COALITION FOR NETWORKED INFORMATION (CNI). CNI is a joint project of
Educom , CAUSE and the Association of Research Libraries. CNI's mission is
to promote the creation of and access to information resources in networked
environments in order to enrich scholarship and to enhance intellectual
productivity.

HIGHER EDUCATION INFORMATION RESOURCES ALLIANCE (HEIRALLiance).
HEIRAlliance was created by Educom and CAUSE as a vehicle for undertaking
joint projects by higher education member organizations, to enhance the
utility of information technology for educational research, administration
and public service.

MORE ABOUT EDUCOM
Educom , a nonprofit consortium of higher education institutions founded in
1964, will focus in the 1990s on (1) increasing individual and
institutional intellectual productivity through access to and use of
information resources and technology and (2) ensuring the creation of an
information infrastructure that will meet society's needs into the
twenty-first century.

Educom 's work is done in cooperation and partnership with the broader
education and library communities, professional societies and information
industries.

Educom programs and projects offer critical information for policymakers
and planners in higher education.

Membership in Educom gives institutions the information needed to make the
most of their computing and information technology budget and meet the
needs of their academic constituency.

"Members of the higher education computing community experience many common
victories and defeats as they work to provide an ever-growing array of
services to a diverse user base. At a time when budget belt-tightening is
the rule rather than the exception, we are all forced to prioritize needs
and make difficult choices. At Drake, we give our membership in Educom
highest priority, for Educom provides a crucial forum for sharing problems
and solutions with our counterparts at other universities. Not having to
'reinvent the wheel' often makes a big difference in how quickly we are
able to meet the needs of our users for that new technology."
-- George W. Miller, Associate Director forAcademic Computing, Drake University

"Educom 's demonstrated commitment to the integration and use of
information technologies in higher education is vital to our profession.
Among other accomplishments, Educom has provided strong leadership in
encouraging national and international networking solutions. Educom 's
contributions to higher education are collaborative, facilitative,
informative and provocative."
-- M. Stuart Lynn, Vice President forInformation Technologies, Cornell University

Educom may be contacted at:

Educom
1112 16th Street, NW
Suite 600, Washington, DC 20036
Voice: (202) 872-4200
Fax: (202) 872-4318
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The Electronic Newsstand was founded in July 1993 to provide
the Internet community with easy access to a wide range of interesting
information furnished by the world's leading publishers.

Like traditional newsstands, The Electronic Newsstand is a
place where you can browse -- for free -- through many publications
and have your interest stimulated by a variety of subjects. The
Newsstand provides a window on the world of computers, technology,
science, business, foreign affairs, the arts, travel, medicine,
nutrition, sports, politics, literature and many, many other areas of
interest.

Every Newsstand publisher provides the table of contents
and several articles from each current issue. The Newsstand,
which archives previously featured material, is also searchable by
keyword.

You may order single copies and subscriptions to the printed
versions of any of the publications you find on The Newsstand via
email or our special 800 number (1-800-40-ENEWS). The majority of
titles are not offered electronically. However, if an electronic
version of the publication is available, then it will be noted in
the subscription offer. All of The Newsstand publishers guarantee
prompt delivery and complete satisfaction.

The Electronic Newsstand publishers and the staff of the Newsstand
hope that each time you browse the Newsstand, you find at least one
piece of information or at least one article that can help you at work,
school or home.

We aim to make the Newsstand as educational, enlightening and
enjoyable as possible and request your help to accomplish that goal.

Please send us your comments about the Newsstand and suggestions on
titles or features to add. Please send email to: [email protected]

For additional information about The Electronic Newsstand and
for details on the other Internet services our marketing group --
netResults(sm) -- can provide, please open menu item number two
entitled: netResults(sm). You may also phone Jeffrey Dearth, Paul
Vizza or Tom Palmer at 202-466-8688 or James McCabe at 212-702-4880 or
write to [email protected]

Access to The Electronic Newsstand is free and available via gopher
or telnet. Please gopher enews.com or telnet enews.com and login as
"enews." Write to [email protected] or call Lisa Losito at 202-466-8688
for more detailed access information.
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3 Magazines, Periodicals, and Journals (all titles) Menu
4 Business Publications and Resources Menu
5 Electronic Bookstore Menu
6 Music! (6 magazines and 80,000 CD titles) Menu
7 Travel, Trade Shows etc./ Lufthansa Takes Off Menu
8 The Electronic Car Showroom(tm) (Lincoln-Mercury and Toyota) Menu
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15 Body Politic Menu
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25 Canoe & Kayak Menu
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28 Chronic Immune Dysfunction Syndrome Quarterly Menu
29 Chrysler Power Magazine Menu
30 Classical PULSE! Menu
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36 Computerworld Menu
37 Cornell Magazine Menu
38 Corporate Security Menu
39 Corporate Security's Technology Alert Menu
40 Current History Menu
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Welcome to the AskERIC Virtual Library!

We've changed the structure of our Library to try to make
it as easy to use as possible. We welcome your opinions and
suggestions.

The AskERIC Virtual Library is still under development,
so we ask for your patience as we continue to add new
resources.

Nancy A. Morgan
AskERIC Coordinator

[email protected]
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September 21, 1994

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AskERIC has been busy this summer adding new resources to
the AskERIC Virtual Library.

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ERIC Resources
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Check out the ERIC Clearinghouses/Components
Directory for ERIC (Educational Resources Information
Center) full-text documents and bibliographies:

14 updated bibliographies from the ERIC Document
Reproduction Service on various topics, including:

Black history, culture, and
literature; school
restructuring; multiculturalism; and
cooperative
learning.

73 bibliographies from the last two years on community
college issues from the ERIC Clearinghouse for
Community Colleges.

Free resources list, monographs list, and the Spr 94 ERIC
Update from the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information &
Technology.

67 ERIC Digests from the ERIC Clearinghouse on
Disabilities and Gifted Education

27 full text publications from the ERIC Clearinghouse on
Adult, Career, and Vocational Education

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Other New Resources:
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Lesson Plans:
The Discovery/Learning Channel Education Guides for Fall 1994
42 lesson plans from School Library Media Activities Monthly

Listservs:
Access to the HEPROC-L (Higher Education Processes Conferences) Archive

Other Education Resources:
Access to the following state education department Internet sites:
Florida, Hawaii, MDEnet- Michigan, Massachusetts, Missouri, New York,
Ohio

Internet Guides and Directories:
Access to Internet Projects for K12 on several Internet sites


AskERIC is a personalized Internet-based service for
educators, funded by the office of Educational Research
and Improvement in the U.S. Department of Education. To
find out more about AskERIC, contact [email protected]

To connect to the AskERIC Virtual Library:

A. If you have Gopher: Gopher to ericir.syr.edu (port #70) or

1. Access the National Gopher System through:
gopher.micro.umn.edu
2. Move through the following directories:
Other Gopher and Information Servers/
North America/
USA/
General/
AskERIC - (Educational Resources Information Center)

B. If you don't have Gopher, telnet to a Gopher client on the
Internet:

1. Telnet to ericir.syr.edu
2. Login as directed (usual login is: 'gopher')
3. Access the National Gopher System
4. Move through the directories as above.

C. To FTP to the AskERIC site:

1. Log into your local host, and invoke the FTP program.
2. Write ericir.syr.edu as the remote host computer name.
3. For username, enter anonymous
4. For password enter your email username

D. By Mosaic, Lynx, or another WWW client, open the URL and connect to
http://eryx.syr.edu

Nancy Morgan
AskERIC Coordinator
[email protected], [email protected]

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call this toll-free number for information about heart disease,
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to enrich scholarship and to enhance intellectual productivity. Roughly
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27. ANU-Internet-Voyager-Guide.src
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374. fyis.src
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377. gdb-locus.src
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UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
CONSTITUENT ELECTRONIC MAIL SYSTEM

We welcome your inquiry to the House of Representatives
Constituent Electronic Mail System. Currently, fortythree Members of
the U.S. House of Representatives have been assigned public electronic
mailboxes that may be accessed by their constituents. The nature and
character of the incoming electronic mail has demonstrated that this
capability will be an invaluable source of information on constituent
opinion. We are now in the process of expanding the project to other
Members of Congress, as technical, budgetary and staffing constraints
allow.

A number of House committees have also been assigned public
electronic mailboxes. The names and electronic mailbox addresses of
these committees are listed below after the information about
participating Representatives.

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and if the Congressional District in which you reside is listed, follow
the instructions below to begin communicating by electronic mail with
your Representative. If your Representative is not yet on-line, please
be patient.

U.S. REPRESENTATIVES PARTICIPATING IN THE CONSTITUENT
ELECTRONIC MAIL SYSTEM.

Hon. Thomas E. Andrews
1st Congressional District, Maine
Rm. 1530 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Joe Barton
6th Congressional District, Texas
Rm. 1514 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Sherwood Boehlert
23rd Congressional District, New York
Rm. 1127 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Dave Camp
4th Congressional District, Michigan
Rm. 137 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Maria Cantwell
1st Congressional District, Washington
Rm. 1520 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. John Conyers, Jr.
14th Congressional District, Michigan
Rm. 2426 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Sam Coppersmith
1st Congressional District, Arizona
1607 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Peter Defazio
4th Congressional District, Oregon
1233 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Peter Deutsch
20th Congressional District, Florida
Rm. 425 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Jay Dickey
4th Congressional District, Arkansas
Rm. 1338 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Vernon Ehlers
3rd Congressional District, Michigan
Rm. 1526 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Anna Eshoo
14th Congressional District, California
Rm. 1505 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Elizabeth Furse
1st Congressional District, Oregon
Rm. 316 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Sam Gejdenson
2nd Congressional District, Connecticut
Rm. 2416 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Newton Gingrich
6th Congressional District, Georgia
Rm. 2428 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Bob Goodlatte
6th Congressional District, Virginia
Rm. 214 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Rod Grams
6th Congressional District, Minnesota
Rm. 1713 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Dan Hamburg
1st Congressional District, California
Rm. 114 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Dennis Hastert
14th Congressional District, Illinois
Rm. 2453 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Martin Hoke
2nd Congressional District, Ohio
Rm. 212 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Ernest J. Istook, Jr.
5th Congressional District, Oklahoma
Rm. 1116 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Sam Johnson
3rd Congressional District, Texas
Rm. 1030 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Mike Kreidler
9th Congressional District, Washington
Rm. 1535 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Tom Lantos
12th Congressional District, California
Rm. 2182 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Thomas Manton
7th Congressional District, New York
Rm. 203 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. George Miller
7th Congressional District, California
Rm. 2205 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Ed Pastor
2nd Congressional District, Arizona
Rm. 408 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Bill Paxon
27th Congressional District, New York
Rm. 1314 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Owen Pickett
2nd Congressional District, Virginia
Rm. 2430 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Earl Pomeroy
North Dakota, At Large
Rm. 318 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. David Price
4th Congressional District, North Carolina
Rm. 2458 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Jim Ramstad
3rd Congressional District, Minnesota
Rm. 322 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Pat Roberts
1st Congressional District, Kansas
Rm. 1126 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Charlie Rose
7th Congressional District, North Carolina
Rm. 2230 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Christopher Shays
4th Congressional District, Connecticut
Room 1034, Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Karen Shepherd
2nd Congressional District, Utah
Rm. 414 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. David Skaggs
2nd Congressional District, Colorado
Rm. 1124 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. 'Pete' Stark
13th Congressional District, California
Rm. 239 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Cliff Stearns
6th Congressional District, Florida
Rm. 332 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Charles Taylor
11th Congressional District, North Carolina
Rm. 516 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Robert Walker
16th Congressional District, Pennsylvania
Rm. 2369 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Mel Watt
12th Congressional District, North Carolina
Rm. 1232 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Hon. Dick Zimmer
12th Congressional District, New Jersey
Rm. 228 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONSTITUENTS

The list above includes the electronic mail addresses of members
who are participating in the program. However, if your Representative
is taking part in the project, we request that you send a letter or
postcard by U.S. Mail to that Representative at the address listed above
with your name and internet address, followed by your postal
(geographical) address. The primary goal of this program is to allow
Members to better serve their CONSTITUENTS, and this postal contact is
the only sure method currently available of verifying that a user is a
resident of a particular congressional district.

In addition, constituents who communicate with their
Representative by electronic mail should be aware that Members will
sometimes respond to their messages by way of the U.S. Postal Service.
This method of reply will help to ensure confidentiality, a concern
that is of upmost importance to the House of Representatives.

COMMITTEES OF THE U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PARTICIPATING
IN THE ELECTRONIC MAIL SYSTEM.

Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations
Committee on Education and Labor
Rm. 320 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Committee on Natural Resources
1324 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

Committee on Science, Space, and Technology
2320 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
[email protected]

COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS
You can send comments about our service to the Constituent
Electronic Mail System Comment mailbox, at

[email protected]

We will make every effort to integrate suggestions into
forthcoming updates of our system. Please note, that the intended
purpose of this mailbox is to support public inquiry about the
House Constituent Electronic Mail System. Messages intended for
Members of Congress should be sent directly to the appropriate
Member of Congress at their electronic mail or postal address.

UPDATES AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
From time to time, you may want to send another e-mail message
to [email protected] to see the most recent version of the list of
Members and Committees using Constituent Electronic Mail. The
information is also available on the U.S. House of Representatives'
Gopher server at

GOPHER.HOUSE.GOV

in the folder Congressional Information.

To learn more about information available electronically from the
House, send an e-mail message to

[email protected]

Thank you again for contacting the House of Representatives'
Constituent Electronic Mail System. We are excited about the
possibilities that e-mail has to offer, and will be working hard to
bring more Members on-line and to expand our services.
This message will be updated as necessary.

Honorable Charlie Rose (D-NC)
Chairman
Committee on House Administration



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4 Astronomy and Astrophysics Menu
5 Biology Menu
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8 Bulletin Boards Menu
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11 Chemistry Menu
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Images

1 Texas A&M Images Menu
2 AAtDB Images Menu
3 ASCII Clip Art Collection Menu
4 Art and Images (from Texas Tech) Menu
5 Astronomical Images Menu
6 Astronomical Images (from SEDS) Menu
7 BioMedical Images Menu
8 Dallas Museum of Art - Information & Images Menu
9 Endoscopic Test Images Menu
10 Flood Images Menu
11 Fun Images (Drexel) Menu
12 Image Archives from NASA Menu
13 Images from The Bodleian Library (GIF) Menu
14 Images from The Bodleian Library (JPEG) Menu
15 Images from the Hubble Telescope Menu
16 Images from the Vatican Library (see exhibit) Menu
17 Images of Mars Menu
18 Images of the Earth Menu
19 Jackets and Photos (MIT Univ. Press GIF Images) Menu
20 Kandinsky Image Archive (from U.Mich Library Archives) Menu
21 Lunar Architecture (from U.Mich Library Archives) Menu
22 Maps and Images from Ann Arbor (from U.Mich Library Archive Menu
23 Miscellaneous Images Menu
24 Multimedia (White House Pictures) Menu
25 NASA Ames GMS vis/IR images Menu
26 NASA Press Release Photos Menu
27 NGM Forecast Images Menu
28 Palladio Image Archive (from U.Mich Library Archives) Menu
29 Posters (from John Hopkins History & Science Archives) Menu
30 Quilts (from John Hopkins History & Science Archives) Menu
31 Stanford Archive of Europe Meteosat Images Menu
32 Strange Interactions: Art Work by John E. Jacobsen Menu
33 Three Dimensional CAD Models (from U.Mich Library Archives) Menu
34 Unidata Weather Maps and Images Menu
35 Virtual Reality Information (from Univ. Texas) Menu
36 Weather Images (University of Illinois) Menu

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Art and Images (from Texas Tech)

1 ASCII Clipart Collection Menu
2 DOS and Mac viewing software Menu
3 TAEX Clip Art Collection (TIFF) Menu
4 U.S. Weather Map Image
5 Entertainment Images from Texas A&M (GIF) Menu
6 Entertainment Images from U Michigan (GIF) Menu
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14 Architectural Projects from Johns Hopkins U Menu
15 Art Gallery (from University of Vermont) Menu
16 Astronomical Images (from U of Arizona) Menu
17 Astronomical Images (from U of California at Irvine) Menu
18 Bicycling Pictures (from U of California, Irvine) Menu
19 Birds from U.S. Army Menu
20 Birds from U.S. Army (Individual descriptions) Menu
21 Bodleian Libraries Images (from Radcliffe Science Library) Menu
22 California Museum of Photography Menu
23 Campus Images from Michigan State University Menu
24 Campus Images from Texas A&M Menu
25 Campus Images from U of Texas at Austin Menu
26 Central American Images Menu
27 Centre for Innovative Computer Applications (Indiana Univ.) Menu
28 Craigdarroch Castle Images (from Victoria Freenet) Menu
29 Dallas Museum of Art - Information & Images Menu
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31 Endoscopic Test Images Menu
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33 Hubble Telescope Images Menu
34 Image Archives from NASA Menu
35 Imagenes Antiguas Culturas (Mexico) Menu
36 Imagenes Arquitectonicas (Mexico) Menu
37 Images from the LBJ Library Photo Collection Menu
38 Images of Hurricane Emily Menu
39 Images of Mars Menu
40 Images of the Earth Menu
41 Impressionist Art from U of Vermont Menu
42 Jackets and Photos Images (from MIT Univ. Press) Menu
43 Jewish Graphics (from Jerusalem One Network) Menu
44 Kandinsky Image Archive (from U.Mich Library) Menu
45 Kodak PhotoCD Images (via Johns Hopkins Univ.) Menu
46 Lunar Architecture (from U.Mich Library) Menu
47 MPEG Movies (from Texas A&M) Menu
48 MPEG Movies (from U of Texas) Menu
49 Maps and Images from Ann Arbor (from U.Mich Library) Menu
50 Music Images from U Wisconsin-Parkside Menu
51 NASA Ames GMS vis/IR images Menu
52 Nature and Science Pictures from Smithsonian Menu
53 PET Centre Medical Image Library (from Austin Hospital) Menu
54 Picasso in Mexico Menu
55 Pictures from Victoria Freenet Menu
56 Plant Species Images from Harvard U Menu
57 Postcard Collection from U of Vermont Menu
58 Russian Far East, Maps Menu
59 Soviet Archive Exhibit at Library of Congress Menu
60 Strange Interactions: Art Work by John E. Jacobsen Menu
61 Train Pictures (from plaza.aarnet.edu.au) Menu
62 U.S. Color Relief Maps Menu
63 Vatican Library Exhibit at Library of Congress Menu
64 Weather Images (University of Illinois) Menu
65 Weather Maps and Images (from Unidata) Menu
66 White House Pictures from Univ. of N. Carolina SUNsite Menu
67 White Shark Images from UC Berkeley Menu
68 Wolf Images and Sounds Menu
69 World Maps (DOS) Menu


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Astronomical Images

1 About Astronomical Images Text
2 Earth Graphics
3 Earth and Moon Graphics
4 Jupiter's Red Spot Graphics
5 Mars Graphics
6 Saturn Graphics


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About Astronomical Images
(3/10/93 - DW)

[This collection of images is supported by the Office of Academic Computing
at UC Irvine. Contact [email protected] or (714) 725-2222 for
more information.]

These images are merely examples of what can be done with images in
gopher. The images here are collected from NASA.

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Images from the Hubble Telescope

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Multimedia (White House Pictures)

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2 Capitol Building Framing the Setting Sun Image
3 Cherry Trees of Washington #1 Image
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6 First Ladies Walking Image
7 Front of the Capitol Building Image
8 General Powell Image
9 President Bush and the Queen Image
10 President Bush at a Presentation Image
11 President William Jefferson Clinton Image
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13 Supreme Court (slightly out-dated) Image
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15 The Iwo-Jima Memorial Image
16 The Jefferson Memorial Image
17 The Washington Monument Image
18 The White House Image
19 Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Image
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Virtual Reality Information (from Univ. Texas)

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*€H+€Hm%ÿÿ›—F˜u˜~æ”æä€H¸ÿÐÏAbout this Gopher

Welcome to the Texas A&M University College of Medicine's Graduate studies
gopher. This server runs on a Mac IIsi running Gopher 1.0.b3, the only Mac
Gopher+ 'Surfer'.

The primary administrator of this server is:

Jeff Wythe
Texas A&M University's College of Medicine
Department of Medical Physiology
Reynolds Medical Sciences Building
College Station, TX
77843-1114
(409)862-4596
internet: [email protected]

Hope you find the server useful!
-€HHÿ gopher://gopher.tamu.eduLb €H¼ÿ8b7b¬£Texas A&M University Gopher

1 *** Local Information *** Text
2 Texas A&M University (TAMU) Information Menu
3 TAMU Academic Department Gophers Menu
4 TAMU Service and Agency Gophers Menu
5 TAMU Student Organization Gophers Menu
6 Search Local TAMU Gophers Using Veronica Search
7 Hot Topics: What's New & What's Popular Menu
8 *** World-Wide Information *** Text
9 Gophers World-Wide Menu
10 Search World-Wide Gophers Using Veronica Menu
11 Browse Information by Subject Menu
12 About Gopher (Help & Documentation) Menu
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TAMU Academic Department Gophers

1 Agricultural Engineering Department Gopher Menu
2 Civil Engineering Department Gopher Menu
3 College Of Medicine Graduate Studies Gopher Menu
4 Computer Science Department Gopher Menu
5 Educational Human Resource Development (EHRD) Gopher Menu
6 Electrical Engineering Department Gopher Menu
7 Medical Physiology Gopher Menu
8 Petroleum Engineering Department Gopher Menu
9 Philosophy Department Gopher Menu
10 Poultry Science Gopher Menu
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College Of Medicine Graduate Studies Gopher

1 About this Gopher Text
2 College Seminar Programs Menu
3 Gopher's Helper G+ BinHex
4 Grad Prog in Medical Sciences Menu
5 Grad Prog-Procedure&Policy Menu
6 Grad Student Organization Menu
7 Graduate Application Requests Menu
8 Link to APS Gopher Menu
9 Link to mother Gopher Menu
10 Link to TAMU Med. Physiology Gopher Menu
11 Phone Directory-Grad Advisors Menu
12 Summer Undergrad Research Prog Menu
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Link to APS Gopher

1 Welcome: American Physiological Society Menu
2 What's New (Look Here Often) Text
3 Administration and Membership Menu
4 Announcements and Meeting Notices Menu
5 Employment Opportunities Menu
6 Information for Authors Menu
7 Public Affairs Information Menu
8 Publications Menu
9 Reports from Committees and Councils Menu
10 Section Reports Menu
11 Questionaire - Please Respond Text
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Welcome: American Physiological Society

1 Overview of the American Physiological Society Text
2 About the APS Information Server Text
3 Award Programs Text
4 Contributions to the Society Text
5 Directory of Staff Members Text
6 Financial Management Text
7 Meetings Text
8 Memberships Available Text
9 Public Affairs Activities Text
10 Publications Programs Text
11 Sections and Special Interest Groups Text
12 Society Sections (Section names and becoming affiliated) Text
13 T-Shirts (NEW) Text
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About the APS Information Server

APS INFORMATION SERVER

The American Physiological Society (APS) Information Server provides for
the electronic distribution of APS information, documents and publications
via the National Research and Education Network (NREN)/Internet. This
server permits the APS to systematically begin integrating its services
and publications into the new informational infrastructure being spawned
by the High-Performance Computing Program of the United States.

The APS Information Server uses the Gopher Protocol for Document
Distribution developed by the University of Minnesota that is recommended
in the `NSF Implementation Plan for Interagency Interim NREN'. This
protocol is a client/server based system that allows individuals to use
Gopher clients on their computers to access information that is located on
numerous servers distributed all over the world. Users access information
by simply selecting desired topics from a set of menus. One does not need
to know where the server containing the required information is located
nor does one have to worry about how to establish the required
connections.

By implementing the APS Information Server, the American Physiological
Society recognizes that a critical change is taking place in the way
scholarly information will be gathered, archived and shared in the future.
This recognition and associated actions by the Society will insure that
APS is an active participant in the development of the new National
Informational Infrastructure. Activate participation by APS in this
process will insure that its membership services are appropriately adapted
to this new environment.

The APS Information Server is operated for the American Physiological
Society by the

Office of Academic Computing
University of Texas at Houston
Health Science Center
P.O. Box 20708
Houston, Texas 77225
E-mail: [email protected]
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Texas A&M University Gopher

1 *** Local Information *** Text
2 Texas A&M University (TAMU) Information Menu
3 TAMU Academic Department Gophers Menu
4 TAMU Service and Agency Gophers Menu
5 TAMU Student Organization Gophers Menu
6 Search Local TAMU Gophers Using Veronica Search
7 Hot Topics: What's New & What's Popular Menu
8 *** World-Wide Information *** Text
9 Gophers World-Wide Menu
10 Search World-Wide Gophers Using Veronica Menu
11 Browse Information by Subject Menu
12 About Gopher (Help & Documentation) Menu
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TAMU Service and Agency Gophers

1 Computing and Information Services Menu
2 Financial Aid Gopher Menu
3 Mid-Continent Technology Transfer Center Menu
4 OpenVMS Gopher Menu
5 Software Evaluation and Loan Library Menu
6 Supercomputer Center Gopher Menu
7 Texas Agricultural Extension Service Gopher (Linux) Menu
8 W.M. Keck Center for Genome Informatics Gopher Menu
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1 Subject Listings from Other Gopher Servers Menu
2 Agriculture Menu
3 Anthropology Menu
4 Astronomy and Astrophysics Menu
5 Biology Menu
6 Books Menu
7 Botany Menu
8 Bulletin Boards Menu
9 Business Menu
10 Census Information Menu
11 Chemistry Menu
12 Classics Menu
13 Comics & Anime Menu
14 Computer Access Policies Menu
15 Computer Science Menu
16 Computing Menu
17 Country-Related Information Menu
18 Cultural and Ethnic Information Menu
19 Disability Information Menu
20 Earth Science, Geology, and the Environment Menu
21 Economics Menu
22 Education & Teaching Menu
23 Electronic Journals & Newsletters Menu
24 Employment Opportunities Menu
25 Fine Arts Menu
26 Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) Lists Menu
27 Government Information Menu
28 Health & Nutrition Menu
29 History Menu
30 Images Menu
31 Internet (Usenet, WAIS, WWW, etc.) Menu
32 Law Menu
33 Library and Information Science Menu
34 Literature and Journalism Menu
35 Magazines Menu
36 Management Menu
37 Mathematics Menu
38 Medicine Menu
39 Music Menu
40 Newspapers Menu
41 Philosophical Studies Menu
42 Physics Menu
43 Political Science & Politics Menu
44 Privacy Issues Menu
45 Publisher & University Press Catalogues Menu
46 Recycling Menu
47 Religion Menu
48 Research Opportunities Menu
49 Sociology and Psychology Menu
50 Software and FTP Menu
51 Sounds Menu
52 Technology Transfer Menu
53 Telecommunications Menu
54 Transportation Menu
55 Travel Menu
56 Weather & Time Menu
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Government Information

1 About This Directory (NEW) Text
2 United States Government Gophers (via UCI) Menu
3 Americans Communicating Electronically (ACE) Menu
4 Congressional & Related Gophers Menu
5 EGIS (Electronic Government Information Service) Menu
6 FBI UNABOM Case Menu
7 FEDIX, MOLIS, and HERO Menu
8 Federal Lab Directory for this Region Menu
9 Federal Register (Sample Service) Menu
10 GAO Transition Reports Menu
11 Information from the White House Menu
12 Mitchell Health Bill (Health Security Act S.2357) Menu
13 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Menu
14 Oregon Legislative Information System Menu
15 Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Menu
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18 Voice of America (Radio) Menu
19 WASHLAW Telnet
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About This Directory (NEW)

The 'Government' and 'Politics' menus under the Texas A&M 'Browse
Information by Subject' have been reorganized. If something formerly
in this menu is missing, here are some tips about where to find it:

1. Government Gophers -- rather than trying to keep up with all
the government agency servers, we are going to rely on the UCI
list of government gophers. To view this list, choose the
menu item entitled 'United States Government Gophers (via UCI).'
Look here for the NIH, FDA, FCC, EPA, etc.

2. Political resources -- we are trying to separate political
and government information, although some overlap is inevitable.
If you are looking for a politics or political science resource,
you might wish to back up to 'Browse Information by Subject' and
then choose 'Political Science & Politics.'

If you know of a resource that would be appropriate for these or
any other TAMU gopher menu, please contact us by emailing [email protected]
Questions and comments are always welcome!
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United States Government Gophers (via UCI)

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2 POLITICS and GOVERNMENT Menu
3 What's new in the listing? Text
4 Definition of a "United States Government Gopher" Text
5 Federal Government Information (via Library of Congress) Menu
6 AVES: Bird Related Information Menu
7 Americans Communicating Electronically Menu
8 Arkansas-Red River Forecast Center (NOAA) Menu
9 AskERIC - (Educational Resources Information Center) Menu
10 CYFERNet USDA Children Youth Family Education Research Netw Menu
11 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Menu
12 Co-operative Human Linkage Center (CHLC) Gopher Menu
13 Comprehensive Epidemiological Data Resource (CEDR) Gopher Menu
14 Consumer Product Safety Commission Gopher Menu
15 Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board Menu
16 Defense Technical Information Center Public Gopher Menu
17 ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Math, Environmental (OSU) Menu
18 ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation Menu
19 ERIC Clearinghouses (via Syracuse) Menu
20 ESnet Information Services Gopher Menu
21 Environment, Safety & Health (USDE) Gopher Menu
22 Environmental Protection Agency Menu
23 Environmental Protection Agency Futures Group Menu
24 Environmental Protection Agency Great Lakes National Progra Menu
25 Extension Service, USDA Menu
26 FedWorld (NTIS) - 100+ electronic government bulletin boards Menu
27 Federal Communications Commission Gopher Menu
28 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Gopher (via SURA.net) Menu
29 Federal Info Exchange (FEDIX) Menu
30 Federal Networking Council Advisory Committee Menu
31 Federal Register - Sample access Menu
32 Federal Reserve Board (via town.hall.org) Menu
33 FinanceNet (National Performance Review) Menu
34 Government Information Locator Service (GILS) Menu
35 GrainGenes (USDA) Gopher Menu
36 Information Infrastructure Task Force (DoC) Gopher Menu
37 InterNIC: Internet Network Information Center Gopher Menu
38 LANL Advanced Computing Laboratory Menu
39 LANL Gopher Gateway Menu
40 LANL Nonlinear Science Information Service Menu
41 LANL Physics Information Service Menu
42 LANL T-2 Nuclear Information Service Gopher Menu
43 LEGI-SLATE Gopher Service (via UMN)/ Menu
44 LTERnet (Long-Term Ecological Research Network) Menu
45 Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (LBL) Menu
46 Library of Congress MARVEL Information System Menu
47 Los Alamos National Laboratory Menu
48 NASA Network Application and Information Center (NAIC) Menu
49 NASA Center for AeroSpace Information Menu
50 NASA Center for Computational Sciences Menu
51 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Menu
52 NASA High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Cente Menu
53 NASA Information Sources TELNET (compiled by MSU) Menu
54 NASA K-12 NREN Gopher Menu
55 NASA Laboratory for Terrestrial Physics Gopher Menu
56 NASA Langley Research Center Menu
57 NASA Lewis Research Center (LeRC) Menu
58 NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Spacelink Menu
59 NASA Minority University Space Interdisciplinary Network Menu
60 NASA Office of Life and Microgravity Sciences and Applicatio Menu
61 NASA Shuttle Small Payloads Information Menu
62 NASA Space Mechanisms Information Gopher Menu
63 NIST Computer Security Menu
64 NOAA Environmental Services Gopher Menu
65 NOAA National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC) Menu
66 NOAA National Oceanographic Data Center (NODC) Gopher Menu
67 NOAA Online Data and Information Systems Menu
68 NOAA Space Environment Laboratory Menu
69 NTIS FedWorld - 100+ electronic government bulletin boards Menu
70 National Agricultural Library Menu
71 National Agricultural Library Genome Gopher Menu
72 National Archives Gopher Menu
73 National Cancer Institute Menu
74 National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Gopher Menu
75 National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) Gopher Menu
76 National Center for Education Statistics Menu
77 National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards Menu
78 National Center for Supercomputing Applications Menu
79 National Center for Toxicological Research Menu
80 National Coordination Office for High Performance Computing Menu
81 National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) Menu
82 National Geophysical Data Center (NOAA) Menu
83 National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) Gopher Menu
84 National Information Infrastructure Task Force Menu
85 National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) Menu
86 National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Menu
87 National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Gopher Menu
88 National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Menu
89 National Institute of Standards and Technology Gopher Menu
90 National Institutes of Health (NIH) Menu
91 National Library of Medicine Menu
92 National Library of Medicine TOXNET Gopher Menu
93 National Oceanographic Data Center (NODC) Gopher Menu
94 National Renewable Energy Laboratory Menu
95 National Science Foundation (STIS) Menu
96 National Science Foundation Center for Biological Timing Menu
97 National Science Foundation MetaCenter Text
98 National Telecommunication and Information Administration (N Menu
99 National Toxicology Program (NTP) NIEHS-NIH Menu
100 National Trade Data Bank Menu
101 Naval Ocean System Center (NRaD) Gopher Menu
102 Naval Research Laboratory Menu
103 Naval Research Laboratory Central Computing Facility Menu
104 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Center for Computational Scien Menu
105 Oak Ridge National Laboratory ESD Gopher Menu
106 Protein Data Bank - Brookhaven National Lab Menu
107 Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Gopher Menu
108 STIS (Science and Technology Information System-NSF) Menu
109 Securities and Exchange Commission "EDGAR" Gopher Menu
110 Small Business Administration Menu
111 Smithsonian Institution Natural History Gopher Menu
112 Social Security Administration Menu
113 U.S. Agency for International Development Gopher Menu
114 U.S. Bureau of Mines Gopher Menu
115 U.S. Bureau of the Census Gopher Menu
116 U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Gopher Menu
117 U.S. Dept Agriculture APHIS Gopher Menu
118 U.S. Dept Agriculture ARS GRIN National Genetic Resources Pr Menu
119 U.S. Dept Agriculture Children Youth Family Education Resear Menu
120 U.S. Dept Agriculture Economics and Statistics Menu
121 U.S. Dept Agriculture Extension Service Menu
122 U.S. Dept Agriculture Food and Nutrition Information Center Menu
123 U.S. Dept Agriculture National Agricultural Library Plant Ge Menu
124 U.S. Dept Commerce Information Infrastructure Task Force Menu
125 U.S. Dept Commerce Economic Conversion Information Exchange Menu
126 U.S. Dept Commerce Economics and Statistics Administration Menu
127 U.S. Dept Education Menu
128 U.S. Dept Energy Menu
129 U.S. Dept Energy Environment, Safety & Health Gopher Menu
130 U.S. Dept Energy Office of Nuclear Safety Menu
131 U.S. Dept Health and Human Services Menu
132 U.S. Dept Housing and Urban Development Menu
133 U.S. Dept Justice Gopher Menu
134 U.S. Dept Transportation Menu
135 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Menu
136 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Futures Group Menu
137 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Great Lakes National Pr Menu
138 U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Menu
139 U.S. Geological Survey Atlantic Marine Geology Menu
140 U.S. House of Representatives Gopher Menu
141 U.S. Military Academy Gopher Menu
142 U.S. National Information Service for Earthquake Engineering Menu
143 U.S. Navy Naval Ocean System Center NRaD Gopher Menu
144 U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Information (via town.hall. Menu
145 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission "EDGAR" Gopher Menu
146 U.S. Senate Gopher Menu
147 Voice of America (Radio) Menu
*€H+€H%ÿÿÑæ·èæè4KJKä€H¸ÿÐÏAbout this Gopher

Welcome to the Texas A&M University College of Medicine's Graduate studies
gopher. This server runs on a Mac IIsi running Gopher 1.0.b3, the only Mac
Gopher+ 'Surfer'.

The primary administrator of this server is:

Jeff Wythe
Texas A&M University's College of Medicine
Department of Medical Physiology
Reynolds Medical Sciences Building
College Station, TX
77843-1114
(409)862-4596
internet: [email protected]

Hope you find the server useful!
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[3]1993 White House Information.

[4]1992 White House Information.

[5]Search the White House archives.

[6]About the White House archives.
([email protected])

ABOUT TEXAS A&M'S WHITE HOUSE ARCHIVES

Welcome to the White House menus! Much of the older information that you'll
find here was obtained from the [email protected] listserv which receives
the information indirectly via the MIT White House information server.

Newer and current material is received directly from the MIT
distribution list.

These menus are subject to change a bit, as the amount of information grows.
We'd like to hear any ideas that you might have about organization! What
would make documents easier for you to find? Are the headings descriptive
enough, etc.? We don't guarantee to make the changes you suggest, but we
very well might!

Please send any comments or suggestions to [1][email protected]

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Updated April 2, 1994

Table Of Contents

I. Searching and Retrieving White House documents.
- [email protected]
- WAIS
- GOPHER
- FedWorld BBS

II. Signing up for Daily Electronic Publications.
A. Widely Available Sources.
B. Notes on Widely Available Sources.
C. Direct Email Distribution.
D. Email Summary Service.

III. Sending Email to the White House.
- Internet Direct

IV. Sending Email to Congress
- Internet Direct

V. Submitting Updates to the FAQs.


I. HOW DO I SEARCH AND RETRIEVE WHITE HOUSE ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS?


The White House is pleased to announce the establishment of an Internet
address for retrieving White House publications. We have set up an
Almanac server to process requests by email. To receive instructions on
using this server, send a message to:

[email protected]

In the body of the message, type:

send info


Various additional sites are archiving the press releases as distributed.
What follows is an incomplete list of some of the sites containing the
documents that have been released to date. This FAQ will be updated to
reflect new sites as they become known.

SITE DIRECTORY

1. SUNSITE.UNC.EDU pub/academic/political-science/whitehouse-papers
2. FTP.CCO.CALTECH.EDU /PUB/BJMCCALL
3. FTP MARISTB.MARIST.EDU
4. CPSR.ORG /CPSR/CLINTON
5. FedWorld Online System 703-321-8020 8-N-1 or:
Telnet fedworld.doc.gov
6. GOPHER.TAMU.EDU 11/.dir/president.dir


Notes: The following are notes on how to log in and get
information from the above sites.

1. Office for Information Technology at the University of
North Carolina maintains the full collection of White
House electronic releases available for search with WAIS and
also accessible via Gopher and FTP.
1.a WAIS
(:source
:version 3
:database-name "/home3/wais/White-House-Papers" :ip-
address "152.2.22.81"
:ip-name "sunsite.unc.edu"
:tcp-port 210
:cost 0.00
:cost-unit :free
:maintainer "[email protected]"

:description "Server created with WAIS release 8 b5 on
Feb 27 15:16:16 1993 by [email protected] These are the
White House Press Briefings and other postings dealing with
William Jefferson Clinton and Albert Gore as well as members
of the President's Cabinet and the first lady Hillary Rodham
Clinton, Chelsea, Socks and others in Washington DC. Dee Dee
Meyers and George Stephanopoulos. Other good words:
United States of America, Bill Al Tipper Democrats USA
US These files are also available via anonymous ftp
from sunsite.unc.edu The files of type filename used in
the index were:
/home3/ftp/pub/academic/political-science/whitehouse-
papers/1993 ")

Folks without WAIS clients or gophers that act as WAIS
clients may telnet to sunsite.unc.edu and login as swais
to access this information via WAIS.

1.b GOPHER is a distributed menu system for information access on the
Internet developed at the University of Minnesota. gophers are
client-server implementations and various gopher clients are
available for nearly any computing platform. You may now use
gopher clients to access the White House Papers and other
political information on SunSITE.unc.edu's new gopher server.
You may also add links from your local gopher server to
SunSITE for access to the White House Papers.

For gopher server keepers and adventurous clients to access
SunSITE you need only know that we use the standard gopher
port 70 and that our internet address is SunSITE.unc.edu
(152.2.22.81). Point there and you'll see the references to
the Politics areas.

For folks without gopher clients can telnet to sunsite.unc.edu
to try out gopher access. You need to have access to internet
telnet and:
telnet sunsite.unc.edu
login: gopher
The rest is very straight forward. Browsing options end with a
directory mark (/), searching options end with an question mark
(?).
There's plenty of on-line help available.

2. No special instructions.

3. The [email protected] log files which contain all the official
administration releases distributed through the MIT servers
are available via anonymous FTP. These logs contain in
addition to the official releases, the posts that comprise the
ongoing discussion conducted by the list subscribers.
To obtain the logs:
FTP MARISTB.MARIST.EDU - the logs are in the CLINTON directory
and are named CLINTON LOG9208 thru CLINTON LOGyymm where yymm
stands for the current year and month. Problems should be
directed to my attention: [email protected] or
[email protected]
Posted by Lee Sakkas - owner, [email protected]

4. Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility is
providing all Clinton documents on technology and privacy
at the CPSR Internet Library, available via
FTP/WAIS/Gopher at cpsr.org /cpsr/clinton (and in other
folders as relevant). For email access, send a message
with the word "help" at the 1st line of text to
[email protected]

5. The FedWorld Computer System, operated by the National Technical
Information Service, archives White House papers in a
traditional BBS type file library. Connect to FedWorld by
calling (703) 321-8020. No parity, eight data bits and one stop
bit (N-8-1). FedWorld accommodates baud speeds of up to 9,600.
It is also possible to Telnet to FedWorld at FedWorld.doc.gov.
White House papers are located in the W-House library of files.

To access this library from the main FedWorld menu,
enter . Files are named with the first four digits
being the release month and day (e.g. 0323XXX.txt). Some
standard abbreviations after the date include:

rem - Remarks by the President
pc - Press Conference transcript
pr - Press Release
AM - AM Press Briefing
PM - PM Press Briefing
sch - The President's public schedule
spch- Text of major speeches.

These files are saved in ASCII format. Files can be viewed
online by requesting to download a file and then selecting
(L)ist as the download protocol. This will display the file a
screen at a time. White House papers are kept in the above
format for up to two months. Papers more than two months old
are compressed using Pkzip into a single file that contains all
of the files for that month (e.g. 0193.zip contains all papers
released during January 1993). In addition to White Documents,
FedWorld also provides a gateway to more than 100 government
funded BBSs and computer systems.

6. Texas A&M University GOPHER Server makes available White House
press releases and other documents. This archive includes
information from 1992 until the present time and is updated
as new documents are released. Gopher users can reach the
Texas A&M server by choosing it from their local server's list
of other gophers, or by pointing their gopher clients to
GOPHER.TAMU.EDU.

After connecting to the A&M server, take the following path to
reach the White House menus:

"Browse Information by Subject" -->
"Political Science" -->
"Information from the White House"

Gopher maintainers and other intrepid souls are welcome to point
directly to the A&M White House archive. The server is
GOPHER.TAMU.EDU and the path is 11/.dir/president.dir.


II. HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS BY THE WHITE HOUSE?

The White House Communications office is distributing press releases
over an experimental system developed during the campaign at the MIT
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

You can obtain copies of all the press releases from a wide variety of
on-line services or discussion groups devoted to either national
politics in general or President Clinton in particular. These are
listed in sections I and II.

Section IIc explains how you can sign up to receive press releases
directly from the experimental MIT system by using an automated email
server. The present system was not designed to handle high levels of
message traffic. A more powerful system will become available in due
course, and in the meantime, it would be appreciated if you used this
service sparingly. One appropriate current use is secondary
redistribution and archiving. If you use it, you will be carried forward
when the more powerful system that replaces it.

IIa. WIDELY AVAILABLE SOURCES

1. On USENET/NETNEWS, electronic publications are found on a variety
of groups:

Direct Distribution

alt.politics.clinton
alt.politics.org.misc
alt.politics.reform
alt.politics.usa.misc
alt.news-media
alt.activism
talk.politics.misc

Indirect Distribution

misc.activism.progressive
cmu.soc.politics
assocs.clinton-gore-92

2. On CompuServe: GO WHITEHOUSE

3. On America Online: keyword WHITEHOUSE or THE WHITEHOUSE or CLINTON

4. On The WELL: type whitehouse

5. On MCI: type VIEW WHITE HOUSE

6. On Fidonet: See Echomail WHITEHOUSE

7. On Peacenet or Econet: See pol.govinfo.usa.

8. On The Meta Network: Go Whitehouse

9. On GEnie: Type WHITEHOUSE or WHRT, or MOVE 1600

10. On CompuServe, see the Democratic Forum: Go Democrats

IIb. NOTES ON WIDELY AVAILABLE SOURCES

2. CompuServe's White House Forum (GO WHITEHOUSE) is devoted to
discussion of the Clinton administration's policies and
activities. The forum's library consists of news releases and
twice daily media briefings from the White House Office of Media
Affairs. CompuServe members can exchange information and
opinions with each other in the 17 sections in the forum's
message area. The message board spans a broad range of topics,
including international and United Nations activities, defense,
health care, the economy and the deficit, housing and
urban development, the environment, and education and national
service.

3. On America Online, the posts are sent to the White House Forum,
located in the News & Finance Department of the service or
accessible via keywords: "white house" or "clinton". The White
House Forum on America Online contains the press releases from
the White House, divided into the categories "Appointments",
"Budget", "Congress", "Education", "Economy", "Foreign Policy",
"Health Care", "Housing", "Labor", "Law and Order", "Meetings &
Speeches", "Proclamations", "Technology", and "Vice President".
The area features a message board so you can discuss the
releases with other AOL members, a searchable database for easy
retrieval of releases that interest you, a Library for longer
releases from the White House, and a library that members can
upload files of interest for other members.

4. MCI Mail users access daily information on the administration's
programs provided by the White House through MCI Mail bulletin
boards. The available boards are: WHITE HOUSE ECONOMIC, WHITE
HOUSE FOREIGN, WHITE HOUSE SOCIAL, WHITE HOUSE SPEECHES and
WHITE HOUSE NEWS. A listing of these boards can also be
obtained by simply typing VIEW WHITE HOUSE at the COMMAND
prompt.

5. On The Meta Network, material is posted in the White house
conference and is accessible via keywords (matching on document
titles and subject categories) as well as full text search.
Discussions on specific initiatives take place in special
interest forums, e.g. health, technology, and reinventing
government.

9. GEnie's White House RoundTable has been established to
distribute and discuss the official press releases and files
relating to the White House and the Clinton Administration. The
files library holds all of the press releases on the official
mailing list, and the Bulletin Board has Categories set up with
topics relating to all aspects of the Administration and
Executive Branch of government. Letters to the White House can
be entered easily online with a menu option on the WHITEHOUSE
page.

10. CompuServe's Democratic Forum (GO DEMOCRATS) is the Democratic
Party's online information service covering the activities of
the Clinton administration. The sysops of the Democratic Forum
work for the Democratic National Committee, and are directly
involved in managing the forum and responding to online
questions. The Democratic Forum provides access to documents
from the White House Office of Media Affairs, with vigorous
discussion and debate in the message sections about the impact
of the Clinton Administration's policies and proposals. The
Democratic Forum also holds a regular weekly online conference
with special guests on current topics.

IIc. DIRECT EMAIL DISTRIBUTION

If you don't have access to the these accounts or if you would prefer to
receive the releases via email, then this section details how to
sign up for this service. The server is not set up to answer email
letters, comments or requests for specific information. To reach this
MIT server, send email:

To: [email protected]
Subject: Help

The server works by reading the subject line of the incoming message and
taking whatever action that line calls for. If you want to sign up to
automatically receive press releases, then your subject line would begin
with the word RECEIVE. You can then specify what kind of information
you are interested in receiving. The categories of information are:

ECONOMY
Get releases related to the economy such as budget
news, technology policy review, etc.


FOREIGN
Get releases related to foreign policy such as
statements on Bosnian airdrop, Haitian refugee status,
etc.

HEALTH Get releases related to health care policy, without
receiving any other social issues. Use this instead
of social.

SOCIAL
Get releases related to social issues like National
Service (Student Loan) program, abortion, welfare
reform, etc.

SPEECHES
All speeches made by the President and important
speeches made by other Administration officials.

NEWS
Transcripts of press conferences released by the White
House Communications office, as well as the
President's remarks in photo ops and other Q&A
sessions.

ALL All of the above

So, if you wanted to sign up to get releases related to the economy
your email message would look like this:

To: [email protected]
Subject: RECEIVE ECONOMY

When you send a signup message to the clinton-info server, it sends you
back a status message letting you know what distribution streams you are
signed up for. If you ever want to check on what groups you are signed
up for send the following message:

To: [email protected]
Subject: STATUS

*****You can stop receiving email releases by sending a REMOVE message
to the clinton-info server. The word REMOVE would be followed by
whatever distribution stream you wanted to drop. If you wanted to stop
receiving message about the ECONOMY then your mail would look like this:

To: [email protected]
Subject: REMOVE ECONOMY

You could substitute SOCIAL, FOREIGN, HEALTH, SPEECHES, NEWS or ALL for
ECONOMY in the above message and you would be dropped from that
distribution list. If you send the subject line REMOVE ALL, then you
will be taken off the email distribution system all together and will
not receive further releases of any kind.

You can also ask for help from the automated server. Send an email
query as follows:

To: [email protected]
Subject: HELP

The server will respond by sending you a detailed form that will guide
you through the process of signing up for the various distribution
streams. As you will quickly discover, there is a automatic form
processing interface that parallel the quick and easy subject line
commands discussed here. More detailed help is available by sending an
email query as follows:

To: [email protected]
Subject: Please Help!

Finally, if you want to search and retrieve documents, but you do not
have access to the retrieval methods discussed in section II, you can do
this via email through the MIT server. You can obtain the WAIS query
form by sending an email query as follows:

To: [email protected]
Subject: WAIS

Once you have identified the documents that you want, be careful not
to request them all at once, because you may be sent a message
containing all the documents and this message may be too big for some
mail delivery systems between the email server and you.


D. EMAIL SUMMARY SERVICE


The Extension Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture provides a
daily summary of White House electronic publications.

1. Subscriptions

To subscribe to the USDA Extension Service White House Summary service,
send a message to:

[email protected]

In the body of the message, type:

subscribe wh-summary

To Unsubscribe from the USDA Extension Service White House Summary
service, send a message to:

[email protected]

In the body of the message, type:

unsubscribe wh-summary

2. Document Retrieval

To request a specific document from the daily summaries, send a message
to:

[email protected]

In the body of the message, type:

send white-house #####
(where ##### is the request number for the document)

3. Document Search

A user-friendly search facility is also available to search the
white-house documents archived at ESUSDA.GOV. To search, send a message
to:

[email protected]

In the body of the message, type:

search white-house keyword1 keyword2

4. Catalogue of Summaries and Documents

Back issues and the catalog of the summaries or the documents contained
at ESUSDA.GOV can also be retrieved through our almanac server. To get
the summary catalog, send a message

To: [email protected]

In the body of the message, type:

send wh-summary catalog

5. Further Information

If you have any questions about Almanac, please contact:

[email protected]


III. HOW DO I SEND EMAIL TO THE WHITE HOUSE?

We are pleased to introduce this new form of communication with the
White House for the first time in history. As we work to reinvent
government and streamline our processes, this electronic mail project
will help put us on the leading edge of progress. Please remember,
though, this project is still very much under construction. The Office
of Correspondence is currently working on defining what this system
will do, as well as addressing equipment and staffing needs.

When you send a message to the White House you will receive an immediate
acknowledgment that your message has been received. This is the only
electronic response you will receive at this stage of development; if
you include your street address in your message, you may receive a
response by U.S. Mail. Please be assured that every electronic mail
message received is read and analyzed by staff. Your concerns, your
praise, your suggestions, and your ideas are carefully recorded and
reported to the President and Vice President weekly.

You can send email to the following addresses:

Internet Direct: [email protected]
[email protected]


IV. HOW DO I SEND EMAIL TO CONGRESS?


The House and the Senate are conducting electronic communications
projects. You can access Congressional information via the protocols
listed below. For additional information, please contact the offices of
your Representative or Senators.

Site Protocol Host/connection

House

Email [email protected]
Gopher Gopher.House.GOV
[URL: "Gopher://Gopher.House.GOV/11"]

Senate

Gopher Gopher.Senate.GOV
[URL: "Gopher://Gopher.Senate.GOV/11"]
FTP FTP.Senate.GOV

Library of Congress

Gopher Marvel.LOC.GOV
[URL: "Gopher://Marvel.LOC.GOV/11"]
FTP seq1.LOC.GOV
Telnet LOCIS.LOC.GOV



Please note that these are not connected in any way to any White House
online projects, so if you have any problems with Congressional systems,
you will need to contact their system administrators for assistance.


V. HOW DO I SUBMIT UPDATES FOR THIS FAQ?


Please send corrections, deletion and additions to this FAQ to:

[email protected]


Please send any comments or suggestions to [1][email protected]


___________________________________

For more information on communicating with the White House or obtaining press
releases, here is the [2]White House FAQ list.


___________________________________
[3]

([email protected])


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Your Name:

Your E-Mail:

Comments:

___________________________________


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___________________________________

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"VOA played a critical role, especially during 1990-1991,
as the communist regime began to unravel. On Voice of America,
we heard about the revolution in Eastern Europe as well as
about internal developments in our own country. The role of
this radio station was vital in the democratization of Albania.
Through interviews that VOA conducted with prominent
personalities in Albania, we heard the first public criticism
of the communist regime from within Albania. At the time when
VOA broadcasts in Albania would begin, the entire streets of
Tirana, for example, were empty. Everyone, even in the
villages, would go home to listen to Voice of America."

Dr. Aleksander Meksi
Prime Minister of Albania

Telling America's Story

Every week tens of millions of listeners around the world tune their
radios to the Voice of America. They know that they can rely on VOA
for the most up-to-date and accurate news possible. News and news-
related programs account for a major portion of VOA's broadcast
schedule. In addition, the Voice of America also broadcasts many
feature programs covering such topics as economics, science, medicine,
technology, agriculture, and music.

Today, VOA produces and broadcasts programs on shortwave in 45
languages, including English. Two "feed services" -- Greek and Thai --
provide placement programs to local stations.

The Voice of America is the international broadcast service of the U.S.
Information Agency. USIA was established in 1953 to carry out the
overseas information and cultural exchange programs of the U.S.
government. USIA maintains a global radio and television broadcast
operation through its Bureau of Broadcasting. The Bureau includes the
Voice of America, WORLDNET Television and Film Service, and the Office
of Cuba Broadcasting (Radio and TV Marti).

Covering the News

Every day, reporters in VOA's central newsroom and correspondents at
25 news bureaus throughout the world provide first-hand coverage of
an average of 180 news stories. Part-time reporters -- known as
"stringers" -- file in English and many of VOA's other languages,
broadening the range of original news coverage.

VOA has permanent news bureaus in Abidjan, Bangkok, Beijing, Berlin,
Bonn, Cairo, Chicago, Geneva, Hong Kong, Islamabad, Jerusalem,
Johannesburg, London, Los Angeles, Miami, Moscow, Nairobi, New Delhi,
New York, Paris, Prague, Rio de Janeiro, San Jose, Tokyo, and Vienna.
VOA also operates a program center in Amman, Jordan.

Broadcast Complex

VOA produces all its programming at its Washington, D.C., headquarters,
which is equipped with 34 studios, a 150-channel master control, and
two centers to record reports from VOA correspondents around the world.

Relay Stations

The Voice of America sends programs from its Washington studios to its
relay (transmitter) stations via satellite. Here, shortwave and medium
wave transmitters broadcast VOA programs to listeners worldwide.
Currently, VOA operates 13 relay stations. These are located in Belize,
Botswana, Germany, Greece (Kavala and Rhodes), Kuwait, Morocco,
Philippines, Sao Tome, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. VOA has three other
transmitter sites in the United States: in California (Delano), North
Carolina (Greenville) and Ohio (Bethany).

VOA constantly improves its relay station network. Currently, VOA is
building new sites in Morocco, Thailand, and Sri Lanka to replace or
supplement older existing stations.

Placement Programming

In recent years, VOA has placed more of its programming on local radio
stations. To coordinate and promote this expanding activity, the
Office of Affiliate Relations and Audience Analysis was established in
1991. The office helps VOA language services place their programming
on stations throughout the world.

Thirty-nine of VOA's 46 language services now deliver their programs
by satellite.

VOA offers local stations a variety of programs, tailored to meet their
needs and capabilities. They range from satellite delivered programs
to radio bridges to partnership broadcasts. A total of 2,500 hours of
programming per week is available to local stations via satellite.

VOA Europe is a special service in English that is relayed via
satellite to European affiliate stations 24 hours a day. Designed for
a young European audience, VOA Europe plays the latest musical hits
from both sides of the Atlantic, presents American life and culture,
and reports world news and sports. It was created in 1985 to
revitalize the cultural bonds between the United States and the new
generation of Europeans. VOA Europe now can be heard in 406 cities
and regions in 30 countries.

A Look Back

The Voice of America's first broadcast went on the air on February 24,
1942, just 79 days after the United States entered World War II. The
first program was a 15-minute presentation in German. Announcer
William Harlan Hale opened the broadcast with the words: "Here speaks
a voice from America."

Throughout World War II, the Voice of America operated under the Office
of War Information. VOA was moved to the Department of State at the
end of the war and then became part of the U.S. Information Agency when
it was created in 1953. USIA has remained its parent Agency to the
present day.

VOA Charter

The VOA Charter is the document against which all VOA programming is
measured. It was drafted in 1960 and signed into law (U.S. Public Law
94-350) by President Gerald Ford on July 21, 1976. It reads:

"The long-range interests of the United States are served by
communicating with the peoples of the world by radio. To be effective,
the Voice of America (the broadcasting service of the United States
Information Agency) must win the attention and respect of listeners.
These principles will therefore govern Voice of America (VOA)
broadcasts.

"(1) VOA will serve as a consistently reliable and authoritative source
of news. VOA news will be accurate, objective, and comprehensive.

"(2) VOA will represent America, not any single segment of American
society, and will therefore present a balanced and comprehensive
projection of significant American thought and institutions.

"(3) VOA will present the policies of the United States clearly and
effectively, and will also present responsible discussions and opinion
on these policies."

Miscellaneous VOA Facts

Staff: 3,068 full-time permanent positions, including 437 that are
filled by foreign nationals.

Budget: Approximately $251 million for operating expenses in 1993 and
an additional $104 million for modernization of the Bureau's broadcast
facilities. (These facilities include funding for WORLDNET Television
and Film Service.)

VOA Languages

Albanian
Amharic
Arabic
Armenian
Azerbaijani
Bangla
Bulgarian
Burmese
Cantonese
Creole
Croatian
Czech
Dari
English
Estonian
Farsi
French
Georgian
Hausa
Hindi
Hungarian
Indonesian
Khmer
Korean
Kurdish
Lao
Latvian
Lithuanian
Mandarin
Pashto
Polish
Portuguese
Romanian
Russian
Serbian
Slovak
Slovene
Spanish
Swahili
Tibetan
Turkish
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese

VOA Tours

The Voice of America conducts public tours Monday through Friday,
except holidays, at 8:40 a.m., 9:40 a.m., 10:40 a.m., 1:40 p.m. and
2:40 p.m. Tours last approximately 45 minutes. VOA is located at
330 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20547, U.S.A. Tours
meet at the C Street entrance between 3rd and 4th Streets, S.W.

Reservations are preferred.

To arrange a tour, please contact Voice of America's Office of Public
Affairs at +1 202-619-3919.

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Bureau of Broadcasting
Office of Public Affairs
+1 202-619-2538

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7 Public Electronic Mail Addresses for VOA and Worldnet Text
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8 Communications and Media Menu
9 Community Menu
10 Cyberpunk and Postmodern Culture Menu
11 Environmental Issues and Ideas Menu
12 Hacking Menu
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2 AMANDA: Internet Art Show (Madison, WI) Menu
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5 The Exploratorium Gopher Menu
6 Information Infrastructure Task Force Menu
7 InterNIC (Information, Registration, Directory & Database Se Menu
8 KKSF Gopher Menu
9 Library Card Catalog Systems - with instructions Menu
10 Library of Congress MARVEL Menu
11 Mother Jones gopher Menu
12 National Indian Policy Center Menu
13 Online Career Center - Search Jobs and Resumes Menu
14 Securities Exchange Commission EDGAR Database Menu
15 Typing Injury File Repository (Berkeley, CA) Menu
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University of California at Santa Cruz 's subject-oriented gopher.

About InfoSlug

InfoSlug is a joint effort of Commmunication and Technology Services and
the University Library to provide ready access to networked information of
interest to the UC Santa Cruz university community. While every effort will
be made to keep the system up-to-date and reliable, campus departments that
provide data to the InfoSlug system are responsible for the content and
currency of that information, and many resources found in InfoSlug actually
reside on other host computers around the Internet and are subject to change.

For general assistance with using InfoSlug, please contact the Reference Desk
at either the Science Library (408-459-2886) or McHenry Library (408-459-2711).
Suggestions or questions may be sent by electronic mail to Steve Watkins at
the Science Library at address: [email protected]

InfoSlug contains several types of information resources, which may be
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Menu choices ending with a slash (/) indicate that further menu selections
will be offered to you.
Menu choices with a question mark () indicate searchable files.
Menu choices with () indicate telecommunications links to other
systems outside InfoSlug.

The services offered include:

1. About UCSC InfoSlug
General information about the content and use of InfoSlug and the Gopher
software upon which it is based. Also an index to the InfoSlug menus.

2. The Academic Divisions
Information about the academic Divisons and Boards of Studies at UC Santa
Cruz, including faculty interests, course offerings, class schedules,
and departmental information files.

3. The Campus
Information of general interest to the UCSC campus, such as phone books,
calendars, job and career information, and items posted by campus units.

4. The Classroom
The UCSC Catalog, schedule of classes, reserve reading lists, and other
resources of interest to students and instructors.

5. The Community
Selected items about the UCSC and Santa Cruz community that may be of
interest to UCSC students, faculty and staff.

6. The Computer Center
Help files and sources of software offered by campus computing services, as
well as extensive access to Internet network resurces.

7. The Government
A collection of information resources about and from governmental
agencies in California and the United States.

8. The Library
Collections of electronic journals, books and reference sources; research
guides, bibliographies and brochures; course reserve lists; circulation
status of books; UCSC faculty publications lists; video and media services.

9. The Researcher
Arranged by subject discipline, provides access to a wide range of data and
information resources, funding agencies, and primary literature.

10. The Student Center
Informational files from student organizations and resources of general
interest to UCSC students.

11. The World
A gateway to other Internet Gopher servers around the world, as well as
other Internet systems; U.S. weather and more.

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7 The Computer Center Menu
8 The Government Menu
9 The Library Menu
10 The Researcher Menu
11 The Student Center Menu
12 The World Menu

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2 How to Use the InfoSlug Gopher System Text
3 How to become an InfoSlug Provider (DRAFT) Text
4 How to get your own Gopher client software Text
5 How to get your own WAIS client software Text
6 Index to InfoSlug Menu Tree Search
7 InfoSlug Menu Tree Text
8 InfoSlug Usage Statistics Menu
9 Report from GopherCon '92 Text
10 Report from GopherCon '93 Text
11 Report from GopherCon 94 Menu
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13 Some Frequently Asked Questions about Gopher Text
14 Tips on converting files for InfoSlug Menu
15 UIUCnet Exploring the Power of the Internet Gopher Text
16 University of Delaware Gopher Documentation Menu
17 University of Minnesota Gopher Software Distribution Menu
18 University of North Carolina Gopher Documentation Menu
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1 About UCSC InfoSlug Menu
2 Index to the InfoSlug Menu Tree Search
3 The Academic Divisions Menu
4 The Campus Menu
5 The Classroom Menu
6 The Community Menu
7 The Computer Center Menu
8 The Government Menu
9 The Library Menu
10 The Researcher Menu
11 The Student Center Menu
12 The World Menu

8 The Government Menu

The Government

1 Americans Communicating Electronically (ACE) Menu
2 CQ Congressional Quarterly Gopher Menu
3 California Department of Education Gopher Menu
4 California Elections Gopher Server Menu
5 California Legislative Information Menu
6 California Public Utilities Commission Menu
7 California Voters' Pamphlet (from CA Secretary of State) Menu
8 Clinton's Inaugural Address Text
9 Commerce Business Daily (CBD) -- Online Search Menu
10 Congressional Directory 103rd Text
11 Congressional Directory 103rd (searchable) Search
12 Congressional Electronic Mail Access Text
13 Congressional Information from Library of Congress Menu
14 Copyright Information from Library of Congress Menu
15 Elected Representatives for the Santa Cruz Region Menu
16 Electronic Government Information Service (Syracuse Univ.) Menu
17 Executive Branch Addresses Text
18 FEDWORLD Bulletin Board (NTIS) Telnet
19 Federal Government Information from Library of Congress Menu
20 Legi-Slate Gopher Information Service Menu
21 National Health Care Reform Information Menu
22 National Performance Review (NPR) Documents Menu
23 US Budget 1993-94 (By Section) Menu
24 US Budget 1993-94 (searchable) Search
25 US Budget 1995 Menu
26 US Bureau of the Census Gopher Menu
27 US Government Agencies via Gopher Menu
28 US House Gopher Information Service Menu
29 US Presidential Campaign '92 Documents Menu
30 US Senate Gopher Information Service Menu
31 White House Electronic Mail Access Text
32 White House Electronic Publications and Public Access Email Text
33 White House Information Service Menu



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The Researcher

1 Arts and Humanities Menu
2 Directories of Academic Electronic Conferences Menu
3 Grants & Funding Opportunities Menu
4 Library and Information Studies Menu
5 Science and Engineering Menu
6 Social Sciences Menu
7 UCSC Faculty Research & Teaching (UCSC Catalog) Search
8 UCSC Selected Faculty Publications Menu


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The Computer Center

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3 Computing information and announcements Menu
4 IBM mainframe Menu
5 UNIX (includes Athena) Menu
6 Macintosh Menu
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8 Network information Menu
9 Other computing topics Menu
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The World

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2 Other Internet Gopher Servers Menu
3 Other Internet Systems and Databases Menu
4 The Internet Hunt Menu
5 US State Department Travel Advisories Menu
6 Weather and More Menu
7 Wide Area Information Server (WAIS) databases Menu
8 Worldwide Internet Phone & Address Directories Menu


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Internet Assistance - Collected Resources via U.C. Irvine

1 About "Internet Assistance" Text
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3 United States GOVERNMENT Gophers Menu
4 ARCHIE - an introduction Text
5 ARCHIE: Internet file server (ftp) sites ARCHIE Menu
6 BUBL: The Bulletin Board for Libraries Menu
7 CAMPUS-WIDE INFORMATION SYSTEMS --CWIS's (non-gophers) Menu
8 CAUSE Gopher Menu
9 CWIS-L: Search CWIS-L listserv archives Search
10 Clearinghouse for Subject-Oriented Internet Resource Guides Menu
11 Coalition for Networked Information Gopher Menu
12 Directory of Scholarly Electronic Conferences 8th (Kovacs) Menu
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14 E-MAIL ADDRESSES (FAQ "How to Find" from USENET) Text
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16 E-MAIL ADDRESSES: Internet-wide searches Menu
17 E-MAIL ADDRESSES: Knowbot Information Service Telnet
18 E-MAIL ADDRESSES: X.500 Gateway Menu
19 EDUCOM Gopher Menu
20 ELECTRONIC FORUMS (listservs): Commands for using Text
21 ELECTRONIC FORUMS (listservs): Educator's Guide to E-Mail Li Text
22 ELECTRONIC FORUMS (listservs): Kovacs Directory ... 8th (Abo Menu
23 ELECTRONIC FORUMS (listservs): Search - Educator's Guide to Search
24 ELECTRONIC FORUMS (listservs): Search - Kovacs Directory ... Menu
25 ELECTRONIC FORUMS (listservs): Search - List of Lists Search
26 ELECTRONIC JOURNALS & NEWSLETTERS - Directory (Strangelove) Text
27 Educator's Guide to E-Mail Lists - About Text
28 Educator's Guide to E-Mail Lists (searchable) Search
29 Electronic Frontier Foundation Menu
30 FTP (File Transfer Protocol Menu
31 FreeNets (via EKU) Menu
32 GOPHER NEWS Archives at the University of Minnesota SEARCH Search
33 GOPHER NEWSNet Menu
34 GOPHERS 22 different gopher groups Menu
35 GOPHERS: By "name" or "internet address" (via Texas Tech) Search
36 GOPHERS: Canada Menu
37 GOPHERS: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) about GOPHERS Text
38 GOPHERS: USA Menu
39 GOPHERS: United States GOVERNMENT Gophers Menu
40 GOPHERS: United States library gophers Menu
41 GOPHERS: Worldwide Sites Menu
42 HYTELNET (Login to Sites via Telnet via W&L U) Menu
43 Information Organization - by Subject (AMI) Menu
44 Information Organization - by Subject (Australian National Menu
45 Information Organization - by Subject (EUROGopher) Menu
46 Information Organization - by Subject (Gopher Jewels) Menu
47 Information Organization - by Subject (Library of Congress) Menu
48 Information Organization - by Subject (NCSU Library) Menu
49 Information Organization - by Subject (Rice University) Menu
50 Information Organization - by Subject (Texas A&M) Menu
51 InterNIC: Internet Network Information Center Gopher Menu
52 Internet Hunt Menu
53 Internet SHOPPING MALL Text
54 Internet Society (includes IETF) Menu
55 Internet for the Beginners (via Indiana U) Menu
56 Knowbot Information Service Menu
57 LIBRARIES Menu
58 LIBRARIES: Canada Hytelnet Menu
59 LIBRARIES: United States Libraries Hytelnet Menu
60 LISTSERVs: Commands for using Text
61 Library-Oriented Lists and Electronic Serials (Bailey 1/94) Text
62 Merit Network gopher Menu
63 NETFIND Menu
64 TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES (often include e-mail addresses) Menu
65 VERONICA: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) about VERONICA Text
66 VERONICA: Search "the world" using Veronica Menu
67 Virtual Reference Desk Menu
68 WAIS - an introduction Text
69 WAIS Based Information Menu
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INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIVITY
Version 11 - July 11, 1994

Please send corrections, information and/or comments to:

Larry Landweber
Computer Sciences Dept.
University of Wisconsin - Madison
1210 W. Dayton St.
Madison, WI 53706
[email protected]

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FAX 1-608-265-2635

Include details, e.g., on connections, sites, contacts, protocols,
etc.

Thanks to the many people from around the world who have provided
information. This version (postscript, ditroff, text forms, maps in
postscript) and earlier versions may also be obtained by anonymous
ftp from ftp.cs.wisc.edu in the connectivity_table directory.

In the following, "BITNET" is used generically to refer to BITNET
plus similar networks around the world (e.g., EARN, NETNORTH,
GULFNET, etc.).

SUMMARY

NUMBER OF ENTITIES WITH INTERNATIONAL NETWORK CONNECTIVITY = 152
NUMBER OF ENTITIES WITHOUT INTERNATIONAL NETWORK CONNECTIVITY = 86

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BITNET
Col. 2 (Entities with international BITNET links.)
b: minimal, one to five domestic BITNET sites, 18 entities
B: widespread, more than five domestic BITNET sites, 34 entities

IP INTERNET
Col. 3 (Entities with international IP Internet links.)
I: = operational, accessible from entire open IP Internet, 75 entities

UUCP
Col. 4 (Entities with domestic UUCP sites which are connected
to the Global Multiprotocol Open Internet.)
u: minimal, one to five domestic UUCP sites, 59 entities
U: widespread, more than five domestic UUCP sites, 70 entities

FIDONET
Col. 5 (Entities with domestic FIDONET sites which are
connected to the Global Multiprotocol Open Internet)
f: minimal, one to five domestic FIDONET sites, 27 entities
F: widespread, more than five domestic FIDONET sites, 62 entities

OSI
Col. 6 (Entities with international X.400 links to domestic
sites which are connected to the Global Multiprotocol Open
Internet).
o: minimal, one to five domestic X.400 sites, 8 entities
O: widespread, more than five domestic X.400 sites, 23 entities

An entity is a geographical area that has an ISO two letter
country code (ISO 3166). These country codes are included in
the Table below for each entity (Cols 8-9). Note that the ISO
codes do not always agree with the top level DNS (Domain Name)
code(s) used for a particular entity.

Network connections have been reported, but not confirmed, to
Bangladesh, Jordon, and Mongolia and so are omitted from the
table. Activity is underway to connect Lebanon, Guyana, and
St. Vincent and the Grenadines but no definitive information
has been received. Haiti has an email link but it does not fit
into any of the categories of the table.
________________________________________________________________________

Copyright 1994 Lawrence H. Landweber and the Internet Society. Unlimited
permission to copy or use is hereby granted subject to inclusion
of this copyright notice.
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----- AF Afghanistan (Islamic Republic of)
----- AL Albania (Republic of)
-I--- DZ Algeria (People's Democratic Republic of)
----- AS American Samoa
----- AD Andorra (Principality of)
----- AO Angola (People's Republic of)
----- AI Anguilla
-I--- AQ Antarctica
--u-- AG Antigua and Barbuda
BIUF- AR Argentina (Argentine Republic)
--U-- AM Armenia
---f- AW Aruba
-IUFo AU Australia
BIUFO AT Austria (Republic of)
b-U-- AZ Azerbaijan
--u-- BS Bahamas (Commonwealth of the)
b---- BH Bahrain (State of)
----- BD Bangladesh (People's Republic of)
--u-- BB Barbados
b-UF- BY Belarus
BIUFO BE Belgium (Kingdom of)
--U-- BZ Belize
----- BJ Benin (People's Republic of)
--Uf- BM Bermuda
----- BT Bhutan (Kingdom of)
--Uf- BO Bolivia (Republic of)
--u-- BA Bosnia-Herzegovina
--uf- BW Botswana (Republic of)
----- BV Bouvet Island
BIUFO BR Brazil (Federative Republic of)
----- IO British Indian Ocean Territory
----- BN Brunei Darussalam
bIUF- BG Bulgaria (Republic of)
--U-- BF Burkina Faso (formerly Upper Volta)
----- BI Burundi (Republic of)
----- KH Cambodia
--u-- CM Cameroon (Republic of)
BIUFO CA Canada
----- CV Cape Verde (Republic of)
----- KY Cayman Islands
----- CF Central African Republic
----- TD Chad (Republic of)
BIUF- CL Chile (Republic of)
-Iu-O CN China (People's Republic of)
----- CX Christmas Island (Indian Ocean)
----- CC Cocos (Keeling) Islands
BIu-- CO Colombia (Republic of)
----- KM Comoros (Islamic Federal Republic of the)
--u-- CG Congo (Republic of the)
--u-- CK Cook Islands
bIuf- CR Costa Rica (Republic of)
--uf- CI Cote d'Ivoire (Republic of)
-IuFo HR Croatia
--U-- CU Cuba (Republic of)
bI--- CY Cyprus (Republic of)
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----- DM Dominica (Commonwealth of)
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----- TP East Timor
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----- SV El Salvador (Republic of)
----- GQ Equatorial Guinea (Republic of)
----- ER Eritrea
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----- FK Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
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--u-- PF French Polynesia
----- TF French Southern Territories
----- GA Gabon (Gabonese Republic)
----- GM Gambia (Republic of the)
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----- GI Gibraltar
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----- GN Guinea (Republic of)
----- GW Guinea-Bissau (Republic of)
----- GY Guyana (Republic of)
----- HT Haiti (Republic of)
----- HM Heard and McDonald Islands
----- HN Honduras (Republic of)
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bIUfO IN India (Republic of)
-IuF- ID Indonesia (Republic of)
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----- IQ Iraq (Republic of)
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BIUFO IT Italy (Italian Republic)
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----- JO Jordan (Hashemite Kingdom of)
--UF- KZ Kazakhstan
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--u-- KI Kiribati (Republic of)
----- KP Korea (Democratic People's Republic of)
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-I--- KW Kuwait (State of)
--U-- KG Kyrgyz Republic
----- LA Lao People's Democratic Republic
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----- LB Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)
--u-- LS Lesotho (Kingdom of)
----- LR Liberia (Republic of)
----- LY Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
-I-f- LI Liechtenstein (Principality of)
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--u-- MG Madagascar (Democratic Republic of)
---f- MW Malawi (Republic of)
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----- MV Maldives (Republic of)
--U-- ML Mali (Republic of)
--u-- MT Malta (Republic of)
----- MH Marshall Islands (Republic of the)
----- MQ Martinique (French Department of)
----- MR Mauritania (Islamic Republic of)
--uf- MU Mauritius
----- YT Mayotte
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----- FM Micronesia (Federated States of)
--uF- MD Moldova (Republic of)
----- MC Monaco (Principality of)
----- MN Mongolia
----- MS Montserrat
----- MA Morocco (Kingdom of)
--Uf- MZ Mozambique (People's Republic of)
----- MM Myanmar (Union of)
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----- NR Nauru (Republic of)
--u-- NP Nepal (Kingdom of)
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----- NT Neutral Zone (between Saudi Arabia and Iraq)
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--u-- NU Niue
----- NF Norfolk Island
----- MP Northern Mariana Islands (Commonwealth of the)
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----- OM Oman (Sultanate of)
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----- PW Palau (Republic of)
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--u-- PY Paraguay (Republic of)
-IUf- PE Peru (Republic of)
-IuF- PH Philippines (Republic of the)
----- PN Pitcairn
BIUF- PL Poland (Republic of)
bIUFO PT Portugal (Portuguese Republic)
bIUF- PR Puerto Rico
----- QA Qatar (State of)
-Iu-- RE Re'union (French Department of)
BIuf- RO Romania
BIUF- RU Russian Federation
----- RW Rwanda (Rwandese Republic)
----- SH Saint Helena
----- KN Saint Kitts and Nevis
--u-- LC Saint Lucia
----- PM Saint Pierre and Miquelon (French Department of)
----- VC Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
--u-- WS Samoa (Independent State of)
----- SM San Marino (Republic of)
----- ST Sao Tome and Principe (Democratic Republic of)
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--Uf- SN Senegal (Republic of)
--u-- SC Seychelles (Republic of)
----- SL Sierra Leone (Republic of)
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bIUF- SK Slovakia
-IUFO SI Slovenia
--u-- SB Solomon Islands
----- SO Somalia (Somali Democratic Republic)
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----- SD Sudan (Democratic Republic of the)
--u-- SR Suriname (Republic of)
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---f- TZ Tanzania (United Republic of)
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----- TK Tokelau
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--u-- TT Trinidad and Tobago (Republic of)
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----- TC Turks and Caicos Islands
----- TV Tuvalu
---F- UG Uganda (Republic of)
-IUF- UA Ukraine
----- AE United Arab Emirates
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----- UM United States Minor Outlying Islands
-IUF- UY Uruguay (Eastern Republic of)
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--u-- VU Vanuatu (Republic of, formerly New Hebrides)
----- VA Vatican City State (Holy See)
-IU-- VE Venezuela (Republic of)
--U-- VN Vietnam (Socialist Republic of)
----- VG Virgin Islands (British)
---f- VI Virgin Islands (U.S.)
----- WF Wallis and Futuna Islands
----- EH Western Sahara
----- YE Yemen (Republic of)
--uf- YU Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of)
----- ZR Zaire (Republic of)
---f- ZM Zambia (Republic of)
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(FILE) Clementine_Images

Images and information from the Clementine mission are available via anonymous
ftp from the following Internet sites:

clementine.s1.gov
SEDS.lpl.arizona.edu cd pub/clementine

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(DIR) Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 Info

COMET SHOEMAKER-LEVY 9 INFO


(FILE) 00README
(DIR) EDUCATOR SL9 Background Material for Educators
(DIR) animations Animations related to SL9
(FILE) cometfaq.ps Freqently Asked Questions list
(FILE) cometfaq.txt Freqently Asked Questions list
(FILE) factsheet.ps Fact Sheet
(FILE) factsheet.txt Fact Sheet
(DIR) images Images (only) of SL9
(DIR) info Information and data related to SL9
(DIR) jupradio Jupiter Radio observation information
(DIR) old Outdated information
(DIR) plots Data plots / line art
(DIR) recent_images Software related to SL9/Jupiter Observation
(DIR) software
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NASA ARCHIVES

(DIR) The NAIC online repository
(DIR) IDL Astronomy Library Archives
(DIR) Jet Propulsion Laboratory Public Information Archive
(DIR) Explorer Archives at Ames - CD-ROM
(DIR) Explorer Archives at Ames - Public Archive
(DIR) GOES Satellite Images (Explorer Archives at Ames)
(DIR) GSFC Archives at ftp.gsfc.nasa.gov
(DIR) NASA Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science (RIACS)
(DIR) Space and Meteorological Images from the CRI-CICB ftp server.
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NASA DATABASES

(TEL) NSSDC - NASA Master Directory
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(TEL) EnviroNET - The Space Environment Information Service
(TEL) LPI - Lunar & Planetary Institute (geology, geophysics, astro)
(TEL) NED - NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database
(TEL) HST - Hubble Space Telescope Archive
(TEL) HEPSARC - High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center
(TEL) GROSSC - Compton Gamma Ray Observatory Science Support Center
(TEL) HPCC - High Performance Computing and Communications
(TEL) COSMIC - NASA's Computer Software Management and Information Center
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NASA GOPHERS

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(DIR) Lewis Research Center Gopher (LeRC)
(DIR) NAS SuperComputer Center Gopher
(DIR) NASA Center for Advanced Space Studies (CASS)
(DIR) NASA Digital Image Collection (via Johnson Space Center)
(DIR) NASA Far West Regional Technology Transfer Center
(DIR) NASA Minority University Space Interdisciplinary Network
(DIR) NASA Space Mechanisms Info
(DIR) NASA Spacelink
(DIR) NASA/Goddard Laboratory for Terrestrial Physics Gopher
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(DIR) Pathfinder Equinox Sampler (Gopher/FTP archive at Ames)
(DIR) Space Science and Engineering Center, U. of Wisconsin-Madison
(DIR) Space Telescope Science Institute Gopher (STSCI)
(DIR) NASA Office of Life Sciences & Microgravity Gopher (OLMSA)
(DIR) AdaNET Repository
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(DIR) NASA Center for Aerospace Information
(DIR) NASA Mid-Continent Technology Transfer Center Gopher (MCTTC)
(DIR) NASA Shuttle Small Payloads Project Gopher (SSPP)
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(DIR) NASA Research Announcements


NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENTS

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(DIR) nras-1993
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(FILE) Shoemaker_Levy_Images_Sources

Images and current information on the impacts of fragments of the
Shoemaker-Levy 9 with the planet Jupiter are available from the
following sites:

Center for EUV Astrophysics
http://cea-ftp.cea.berkeley.edu/Jupiter/

Hubble Space Telescope Science Institute
http://ra.stsci.edu/EPA/Comet.html

Jet Propulsion Laboratory
http://newproducts.jpl.nasa.gov/sl9/sl9.html
http://navigator.jpl.nasa.gov/sl9/sl9.html (mirror site)
ftp://jplinfo.jpl.nasa.gov/whats.new

National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC)
http://www.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/COMET.HTML

European Southern Observatory
http://http.hq.eso.org/educnpubrelns/sl9-pictures.html

Students for the Exploration and Development of Space gopher
gopher://bozo.LPL.arizona.edu:70/11/.ftp/pub/astro/SL9/recent_images
ftp://bozo.LPL.arizona.edu cd pub/astro/SL9/recent_images

This information is also available via World Wide Web at the URL:
http://naic.nasa.gov/oss/
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(DIR) OSS Integrated Technology Strategy


OSS Integrated Technology Strategy
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The Office of Space Science (OSS) Integrated Technology Strategy
establishes the framework through which OSS will satisfy stakeholder
expectations by teaming with partners in NASA and industry to develop
the critical technologies required to: enhance space exploration,
expand our knowledge of the universe, and ensure continued national
scientific, technical and economic leadership.

This document outlines the strategy by which the Office of Space
Science, in collaboration with the Office of Advanced Concepts and
Technology and the Office of Space Communications, will meet the
challenge of the national technology thrust.

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(FILE) NASA Space Shuttle Launch Schedule

NASA Space Shuttle Launch Schedule

Plan:

Mission Launch Date Inclination of orbit (deg.) Prime Payload
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STS-64 09/09/94 57.0 Lite-1, SPTN-201
STS-68 10/02/94 57.0 Space Radar Lab -02
STS-66 10/27/94 57.0 ATLAS-03, CRISTA-SPAS-01
STS-67 01/12/95 28.5 ASTRO-02
STS-63 02/02/95 51.6 Spacehab-03,SPTN-204
STS-69 05/04/95 51.6 SPAS-III, OAST-FLYER
STS-71 05/24/95 51.6 SL-M SPACELAB - MIR
STS-70 06/29/95 28.5 TDRS

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NASA-RELATED SCIENCE RESOURCES

(DIR) Astro Gopher
(DIR) Astronomy and Astrophysics Resources
(DIR) Canadian Astronomy Data Center
(DIR) Consortium for International Earth Science Information Network
(DIR) Institute of Astronomy & Royal Greenwich Observatory
(FILE) SIMBAD - Set of Identifications, Measurements and Bibliography for Astronomical Data - U. S. Gateway
(TEL) Set of Ident., Meas., and Bibl. for Ast. Data - SIMBAD (userid needed)
(DIR) Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS)

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(FILE) NASA News (Updated Daily)
NASA News

nasanews: [space] Sat Oct 1 00:47:02 1994

MIT Center for Space Research
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This NasaNews service is brought to you by the Microwave Subnode of
NASA's Planetary Data System. We also maintain an email listserver
at "[email protected]", an anonymous ftp server at
"delcano.mit.edu", and a WWW home page at "http://delcano.mit.edu/".
If you have any suggestions for how we might improve our services,
please mail them to "[email protected]".

NASA press releases and other information are available automatically
by sending an Internet electronic mail message to "[email protected]".
In the body of the message (not the subject line) users should type
the words "subscribe press-release" (no quotes). The system will
reply with a confirmation via E-mail of each subscription. A second
automatic message will include additional information on the service.
Questions should be directed to (202) 358-4043.
NASA News (Updated Daily)
Page 2 of 19

NASA bulletins are also frequently posted to the "sci.space.news"
Usenet newsgroup, and are also available via anonymous ftp from the
"NASA.News" directory of "spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov", or via World Wide
Web from "http://spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov/". NASA also broadcasts
NASA TV on Spacenet 2, transponder 5, channel 9, 69 degrees West.
The transponder frequency is 3880 MHz, audio subcarrier is 6.8 MHz,
and the polarization is horizontal.
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C O N T E N T S

1 Fri Sep 30 12:13 STS-68 Status Report #1
2 Fri Sep 30 14:32 Shuttle Stop in Houston
3 Fri Sep 30 15:26 Station Assembly Plan
4 Fri Sep 30 15:31 Astronauts to Demonstrate Tool
5 Fri Sep 30 17:01 Minority Contractor Awards
6 Fri Sep 30 21:19 Columbia to Visit Huntsville
7 Fri Sep 30 22:34 STS-68 Status Report #2
8 Sat Oct 1 01:57 NASA Team Gets Award
9 Sat Oct 1 02:00 Columbia to Stop in Houston
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They may be unavailable at any time due to many factors beyond our
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North Carolina State University (dewey.lib.ncsu.edu)
SLU, Sweden (pinus.slu.se)
SUNET, Sweden (sunic.sunet.se)
Texas A&M University (gopher.tamu.edu)
The CMU English Server (english-server.hss.cmu.edu)
The Library of Congress/LC Marvel (marvel.loc.gov)
The University of Nevada at Reno (futique.scs.unr.edu)
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Space Center History Archive Introduction.
JOHNSON SPACE CENTER HISTORY ARCHIVE

Woodson Research Center/Fondren Library

Scope and Content Note

The Johnson Space Center History Archive (JSC/HA),
located at Rice University, consists of approximately 950
linear shelf feet of documentation originally collected by
the History Office at JSC over a period of twenty years and
used by JSC historians to write the official histories and
chronologies of several manned space programs. The programs
represented in this 500 linear feet are: Mercury, Gemini,
Skylab, and the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP). The period
covered by the JSC/HA at Rice spans the years 1952-80, with
most of the material falling within the 1960-74 period.

Diverse research material is included in the JSC/HA.
Minutes of meetings, air-to-ground and press conference
transcripts, correspondence files, reports, audio and video
tapes, photographs, drawings, news clippings, and press
releases are all included. Publications, correspondence, and
reports produced by numerous industrial and research
corporations are also represented, including contractor-
related status reports, correspondence, and systems reports
on subjects such as launch vehicles, parachutes and
guidance/navigation systems. In addition, the collection
also contains documentation generated by various departments
within JSC/NASA, including office reading files, working
papers and other in-house reports, press information,
historians' notes and files, oral history tapes, and
photographs.

Arrangement and description of the JSC History Archive
was carried out by Woodson Research Center staff during the
1982-83 period; the level of staffing for this project was
significantly enhanced by the awarding of a HEA Title II-C
Grant by the federal government to Rice early in 1982. The
WRC staff involved in the processing of the Archive attempted
whenever possible to preserve the existing order placed on
the files by the JSC History Office, or by the NASA or
corporate office which generated the files. An artificial
arrangement needed to be imposed on certain portions of the
Archive which were completely disorganized when transferred
to Rice in 1982.

The Archive consists of four series grouped by program
(Mercury, Gemini, Skylab, and ASTP) and a final series
(MSC/JSC General) of documents that are not program specific.
Each series, in turn, is composed of a number of subseries.
A given subseries consists of documentation generated by a
specific office, a particular type of document (e.g., working
papers, technical reports), or a grouping related to a
particular subject--or any combination of the above. Box and
folder level organization varies depending on the nature of
the subseries.

Within the guide, each series begins with a short
history of the program, followed by a scope and content note
describing the characteristics and arrangement of the series
in general. The subseries descriptions then follow. These
are arranged numerically by box number. Each subseries
description consists of a title, scope and content paragraph,
and a box inventory which usually lists the folder titles
contained in each box. In most cases the inventories
describe the documents only down to the folder level;
occasionally, however, individual documents are cited in the
guide. In the case of material that is not in folders (e.g.,
tapes and film), and in some cases where a subseries consists
of a number of reports (such as working papers), each item is
listed by title and date.

History

One week after the National Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA) was formed on October 1, 1958, the new
agency was directed to proceed with the nation's first manned
spaceflight program, Project Mercury. The Space Task Group
was first established at Langley, Virginia, to carry out this
mission. However, three years later, on September 19, 1961,
the NASA Administrator announced that a new Manned Spacecraft
Center would be built on the outskirts of Houston to house
the enlarged Space Task Group, now upgraded to a Center,
which would have operational control of all manned missions,
as well as be the developer of manned spacecraft.

Personnel began moving to offices in Houston during
October, 1961. Construction of the Manned Spacecraft Center
began in April, 1962, on a 1,620-acre tract near Clear Lake,
1,020 acres of which had been donated to NASA by Rice
University. The Center's facilities were designed and built
to house the wide variety of technical and scientific
disciplines required to meet the Center's mission; they
included approximately 100 structures ranging in size from
Johnson Space Center History Archive Introduction
the nine-story Project Management Building to tiny control
booths. Perhaps the best known facility is the Mission
Control Center, shown by television networks around the
world.

The Center, which formally opened in September, 1963,
was renamed the Johnson Space Center in 1973. Major
responsibilities of the Center include design, development,
and testing of spacecraft and associated systems for manned
flight; selection and training of astronauts; planning and
conducting of manned missions; and extensive participation
in the medical, engineering, and scientific experiments that
are helping man understand and improve his environment.

In 1962, the newly-appointed Historian at the Manned
Spacecraft Center (now Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center), began
collecting documentation which would eventually be used as
source material for chronologies and histories of projects
Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, and ASTP. The material
included office copies (as opposed to record or official
copies, required by law to be transferred to Federal Archives
and Records Centers) of correspondence, meeting minutes, NASA
and contractor research and development reports, industry
proposals, recorded interviews, videotapes, etc. Also
collected were the research notes and manuscripts of contract
historians who prepared histories and chronologies, as well
as personal files of NASA and contractor staff involved in
various programs. The resulting History Office archive thus
became a unique collection of primary resource material
valuable to researchers in a great variety of topics covering
the U.S. space program.

A Memorandum of Understanding, signed in the summer of
1981 by Rice University President Norman Hackerman and JSC
Director Christopher Kraft, Jr., provided for the transfer
and indefinite loan of the JSC History Archive to the Woodson
Research Center of Rice University Library in order to
provide improved curatorial facilities for the documents,
including the arrangement, inventory, and public use of these
files by individuals involved in research projects. The
collection was transferred to Rice over a period of several
months, and processing was begun in the fall of 1982 by
Woodson Research Center personnel under an HEA Title II-C
grant.

Computer Database

Finding aids for the JSC History Archive are twofold.
This guide describes document arrangement within each series
and within each box. It describes in general terms the
contents of each folder. Its arrangement allows the
researcher to browse through the collection. If, however, one
wishes to locate documents on a specific subject, or by a
specific author, or from a specific office, or if one is
trying to locate a particular document, then the computer
database is the more efficient finding aid. Within the
database, documents can generally be searched by date,
program, title, or author, or by broad subject categories.
Information regarding a document's location within the
collection is generally immediately available. The database
provides even more detailed information (document number and
generating office) for documents on Apollo, Shuttle, and
Space Station programs which are located at the JSC History
Office.

This double approach in finding aids allows a number of
access points to the collection, greatly reducing the search
time for documents while still allowing the opportunity for
browsing, which cannot be done with computerized indexes
alone.

Restrictions

In general, there are no restrictions in the use of the
JSC History Archive. Any document that may have been
classified was downgraded before it was added to the
collection. Most documents may be photocopied. Woodson
Research Center policy generally applies in the use of the
JSC History Archive. WRC personnel may be consulted for
specific policy information.

For more information or to request materials please contact the
Woodson Research Center staff using one of the following methods:

via e-mail: [email protected] (Joan Ferry)

[email protected] (Lois Morris)

via phone: 713-527-8101 extension 2563

via U.S. Mail: Woodson Research Center
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Overview of the Public Information Center

Welcome to the World Bank's Public Information Center

The World Bank Group is a multilateral lending agency consisting of
four closely associated institutions: the International Bank for
Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), the International Development
Association (IDA), the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the
Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA). IBRD is the main lending
arm of the World Bank, which lends to governments of middle-income
developing countries. IDA is the World Bank affiliate that lends on
concessional or "soft" terms to governments of the poorest developing
countries that are not creditworthy for IBRD financing. IFC finances
private sector investment activities in developing countries and advises
businesses and governments on investment issues. MIGA promotes foreign
direct investment through guarantees, policy advice, and promotional
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Information Available from the PIC

The World Bank's Operational Documents Available
from the Public Information Center

1. The PROJECT INFORMATION DOCUMENT (PID), a new World Bank document,
makes project information available during preparation of a project. It
provides a brief summary of the evolving project and is subject to updating
and expansion as project preparation proceeds. PIDs are available through
the Public Information Center (PIC) for projects that reach the Initial
Executive Summary Stage after October 1, 1993. (Full document available
on-line).

2. STAFF APPRAISAL REPORTS (SARs) for projects approved by the Bank's
Board of Directors after January 1, 1994. The SAR is the final report that
contains a description of the project and how it will be implemented.
(Abstract available on-line).

3. ECONOMIC REPORTS. Following consultation with the government concerned,
country economic and sector work (CESW) reports are publicly available once
they are distributed to the Board of Directors of the Bank. These reports
include country economic memoranda, country sector reports and country
topical reports such as poverty assessments, private sector assessments, and
public expenditure reviews. This policy is effective for reports issued
after January 1, 1994. (Abstracts available on-line.)

4. SECTORAL POLICY PAPERS are made publicly available following their
approval by the Board of Directors. (Titles will be available on-line.)

5. ENVIRONMENTAL DATA SHEETS prepared and updated quarterly for each
project in the Bank's lending program. (Full document available on-line).

6. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS & ANALYSES for projects likely to have
significant environmental impact. The assessments and analyses are available
from the PIC after the report is released locally by the government in the
country concerned. (Titles available on-line).

7. NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION PLANS (NEAPs) prepared by governments
will be available from the PIC after the Bank has officially received the
consent of the government concerned to release it. (Titles available
on-line).

8. IFC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS & ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW SUMMARIES for
IFC-funded projects likely to have significant environmental impact will be
available 60 days before the project is presented to the IFC Board of
Directors. (Titles available on-line).

9. OED PRECIS produced by the Bank's Operations Evaluation Department
after January 1, 1994. This publication points out lessons and
recommendations based on the Bank's experience in implementing development
projects. (Will be available on-line soon).

10. The GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY (GEF) is a program of grants to help
developing countries deal with environmental problems that transcend
boundaries, such as airborne pollution produced by smokestacks or hazardous
waste dumped into rivers. The GEF gives priority to four objectives: limit
emissions of greenhouse gases; preserve biodiversity; protect international
waters; and protect the ozone layer. Documents available on GEF projects
prepared by the World Bank are the Project Information Document (similar in
purpose to the PIDs described above-full text on-line) and the final project
document (which includes the Memorandum of the Director and the technical
annexes and is similar in purpose to the SARs described above - titles
available on-line).

11. A list of the documents for the GEF projects prepared by the United
Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Environment
Programme (UNEP) are available on-line along with the addresses to contact
to order these documents.

Addresses and How to Order

Addresses of the Public Information Center and How to Order


Following are addresses to contact for information and to order documents.

WASHINGTON, D.C.
E-Mail: [email protected]
Telephone: (202)458-5454
Fax: (202)522-1500
Mail Address: 1776 G Street, N.W.
Room GB1-300
Washington, D.C. 20433, U.S.A

Our permanent headquarter's public reading room is located in:
Building G-B1, 1776 G Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20433.

PARIS - EUROPEAN OFFICE
E-Mail: [email protected]


Telephone: (33-1)40 69 30 26
Fax: (33-1)40 69 30 69
Mail Address: 66 Avenue d'lena
75116 Paris, France


LONDON OFFICE
Telephone: (71) 930 8511
Fax: (71) 930 8515
Mail Address: New Zealand House, 15th Floor
Haymarket, London SW1Y 4TE, England


TOKYO OFFICE
Telephone: (81-3) 3214 5001
Fax: (81-3) 3214 3657
Mail Address: Kokusai Building, Room 916
1-1, Marunouchi 3-chome
Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 100, Japan

CHARGES
The Project Information Documents, Environmental Data Sheets, and OED Precis
are available free of charge. All other documents are available at a charge
of US $15.00 per document, which includes the cost of mailing within the
United States, and the lowest class air mail available to overseas
destinations. Courier service would be charged $15.00 extra for the first
document, and $5.00 for each additional document. Visa and MasterCard,
checks, or money orders are accepted (but, please, no cash).

EXCEPTION: All documents pertaining to a country can be obtained free of cost
from the Bank field office in that country. Requests relating to other
countries, however, would have to be ordered directly from Washington PIC at
a charge of US $15.00 per document.

TO ORDER
To place an order for a document, please send in requests using the address
given above most convenient to you, or call in your order and use your Visa or
MasterCard.

PLEASE NOTE:
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REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION.

The PIC handles only the Bank documents that are covered by the new disclosure
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Founded in 1947, the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is the largest
and oldest international scientific and educational computer society in the
industry today. Organized only a year after the unveiling of ENIAC, the
first general purpose electronic computer, ACM was established by
mathematicians and electrical engineers to advance the science and
application of information technology. John Mauchly, co-inventor of the
ENIAC, was one of ACM's founders.

Since its inception ACM has provided its members and the world of computer
science a forum for the sharing of knowledge on developments and achievements
necessary to the fruitful interchange of ideas. Over the years ACM has
flourished along with the industry itself, playing a major role in enriching
the quality, form and function of computer usage.

Members

ACM's vitality stems from its members - some 90,000 strong. These educators,
researchers, practitioners, managers, and engineers, all with significant
interest in Information Technology, drive the Association's major programs
and services - [1]publications, [2]special interest groups,
[3]chapters, [4]conferences, [5]awards, and
[6]special activities.

Publications

The ACM Press has developed a comprehensive array of publications. These
include its [7]journals, which are world-class repositories of the
finest computing literature, its [8]book series, conference
proceedings, CD/ROM, Hypertext and Video products, and specialized
publications such as curricula recommendations and self-assessment
procedures. The ACM journals are described below:

COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM

A monthly publication sent to all members, Communications is a highly
influential publication that keeps computer science professionals up to date
on developments in their fields of interest. Each issue includes articles,
case studies, practitioner oriented pieces, regular columns, commentary,
departments, the ACM Forum, and technical correspondence. In addition,
advertisers appreciate Communications as an efficient way to bring their
message to ACM's entire membership.

JOURNAL OF THE ACM

The quarterly Journal publishes leading research papers that contribute
substantially to their disciplines. It is the world's preeminent scholarly
journal in computing science, the first choice for publication of the
original work of the most prominent computer scientists.

COMPUTING SURVEYS

This journal publishes overviews of broad technical topics and specialties,
combining the best of two educational forms: surveys which give a guided tour
through the literature in a given technical area, developing a perpective of
the field of study and evaluating trends, and tutorials, which explain
advanced topics to non-experts who are only familiar with the basic topic.

COMPUTING REVIEWS

This journal furnishes readers in information technology, mathematics,
engineering, the natural and social sciences, the humanities, and other
fields with critical information about current publications in all areas of
our field. It focuses on the development of the computing sciences as a
discipline, as an art, and as a tool for revolutionizing our technology and
our patterns of thinking.

OTHER JOURNALS

ACM publishes thirteen separate archival journals which serve as a primary
source of technically excellent research material on all aspects of the
following areas:

[13]Mathematical Software

[14]Database Systems

[15]Programming Languages & Systems (2)

[16]Graphics

[17]Information Systems

[18]Computer Systems

[19]Software Engineering & Methodology

[20]Modeling and Computer Simulation

[21]Networking

[22]Computer-Human Interaction

[23]Standardization

[24]Multimedia Systems

Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

ACM's 34 SIGs, with a combined membership of 101,000, specialize in providing
educational resources and help to establish the standard of excellence in
specific computing disciplines. SIGs publish [25]technical
newsletters, sponsor [26]conferences and exhibits, address
[27]standards and discipline concerns through committee action, and
provide networking opportunities with colleagues in a technical specialty.
The SIGs function in the following areas:

[28]Algorithm and Computation Theory

[29]Ada Programming Language

[30]APL Programming Language

[31]Applied Computing

[32]Architecture of Computer Systems

[33]Artificial Intelligence

[34]Biomedical Computing

[35]Business Information Technology

[36]Computers & the Physically Handicapped

[37]Computers & Society

[38]Computer & Human Interaction

[39]Data Communication

[40]Computer Personnel (SIGCPR)

[41]Computer Science Education

[42]Computer Uses in Education

[43]Design Automation

[44]Systems Documentation

[45]Forth Programming Language

[46]Computer Graphics

[47]Information Retrieval

[48]Hypertext/Hypermedia

[49]Measurement & Evaluation

[50]Microprogramming

[51]Management of Data

[52]Numerical Mathematics

[53]Office Information Systems

[54]Operating Systems

[55]Programming Languages

[56]Security, Audit & Control

[57]Symbolic & Algebraic Manipulation

[58]Simulation & Modeling

[59]Small/Personal Computing Sys. & Applic.

[60]Software Engineering

[61]University & College Computing Services

Professional Chapters and Local SIGs

ACM Professional Chapters and Local SIGs unite colleagues in particular
geographical areas, offer the opportunity to gain immediate access to
technological advances and establish a personal networking system in the
locale. There are currently more than 125 ACM Professional Chapters and
Local SIGs worldwide, 20% of which are outside the United States. The
chapters host lectures by internationally-known computer professionals
through the ACM [62]Lectureship Program, sponsor state-of-the-art
seminars on the most pressing issues in information technology, conduct
volunteer training workshops, and publish informal [63]Lectureship
Program and participate in the annual ACM [64]International
Collegiate Programming Contest.

Conferences

More than 60 technical conferences a year are sponsored by ACM Special
Interest Groups, Chapters, Regions and the parent organization, attracting
over 75,000 attendees. Each conference publishes a proceedings and many have
exhibits. Among the most popular annual conferences are:

ACM COMPUTER SCIENCE CONFERENCE / SIGCSE SYMPOSIUM

ACM's flagship conference is in its 21st year! The conference focuses on
disseminating current research and state-of-the-art practice in computer
science to the broader computing community, stimulating communication between
and within academic, governmental, and industrial communities, and giving
students an opportunity to see the research and development activities of the
university and industrial sites, with the intention of helping students
select an area of the computing sciences to pursue. The conference is the
site of the ACM [65]Awards Ceremony, [66]International
Collegiate Programming Contest finals and the International Computer Chess
Championship. Over 2,500 people attend each year.

ACM SIGGRAPH CONFERENCE

Approaching its 20th anniversary, this International Conference on Computer
Graphics and Interactive Techniques attracts over 30,000 participants to the
world's foremost presentation of creativity and innovation in computer
graphics hardware, software, and systems. The conference balances
late-breaking developments in traditional computer graphics with cutting-edge
discoveries in emerging technologies.

OOPSLA

In its 7th year, attracting some 1,800 people annually, the Conference on
Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages and Applications provides the
very best and latest research, practice and experience using object-oriented
technologies.

DESIGN AUTOMATION CONFERENCE

This is the premier conference devoted solely to the field of design
automation. It attracts 5,000 participants. All aspects of the use of
computers as aids to the design process are included, from conceptual design
through manufacturing. The conference, now in its 30th year, also has an
extensive exhibits section.

SUPERCOMPUTING CONFERENCE

This annual conference on High Performance Computing and Communication serves
not only as a forum for sharing new research results but also as an
opportunity to examine trends and directions in research, policy, and
development and to examine new hardware and software products. Approximately
4,500 people attend the conference.

ACM SIGCHI CONFERENCE

In its tenth year, this annual conference on Human Factors in Computing
Systems, with an attendance of over 2,500, has become the leading forum for
sharing high-quality research, advanced development, and state-of-the-art
practice in all aspects of computer-human interaction.

Awards

ACM sponsors major awards to recognize individuals for their technical and
professional contributions to the field. Many of the awards are supported by
companies in our industry. The ACM awards include the following:

A.M. TURING AWARD

ACM's most prestigious technical award is accompanied by a prize of $25,000.
It is given to an individual selected for contributions considered to be of
lasting and of major technical importance to the computer field. Financial
support for the award is provided by AT&T.

GRACE MURRAY HOPPER AWARD

Awarded to the outstanding young computer professional of the year, selected
on the basis of a single recent major technical or service contribution. A
prize of $5,000 is supplied by the UNISYS Corporation. The candidate must
have been 30 years of age or less at the time the qualifying contribution was
made.

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD

Awarded on the basis of value and degree of services to the computing
community. The contribution is not limited to service to ACM, but includes
activities in other organizations and emphasizes contributions to the
computing profession at large.

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION AWARD

Presented annually to the author(s) of the best doctoral dissertation(s) in
computer science and engineering. The award includes $1,000 plus royalties
from sales of the published version.

ECKERT-MAUCHLY AWARD

Administered jointly by ACM and [68]IEEE Computer Society. The
award of $1,000 is given for contributions to computer and digital systems
architecture where the field of computer architecture is considered at
present to encompass the combined hardware-software design and analysis of
computing and digital systems.

SOFTWARE SYSTEM AWARD

Awarded to an institution or individual(s) recognized for developing a
software system that has had a lasting influence, reflected in contributions
to concepts, in commercial acceptance, or both.

KARL V. KARLSTROM OUTSTANDING EDUCATOR AWARD

Presented annually to an outstanding educator who is appointed to a
recognized educational baccalaureate institution and is recognized for
advancing new teaching methodologies, effecting new curriculum development or
expansion in Computer Science and Engineering, or making a significant
contribution to the educational mission of the ACM. Those who have been
teaching for ten years or less are given special consideration. A prize of
$5,000 is supplied by the Prentice-Hall Publishing Company.

Other Educational and Professional Activities

ACM sponsors many activities geared toward enhancing education in computing,
professional development and public welfare. A sampling follows:

A [69]International Collegiate Programming Contest for college
and university students which has become the world's leading international
competition to recognize and reward excellence in computer programming.

The acclaimed PBS series "The Machine that Changed the World" on the
history of computers was financed in large part by ACM member
contributions. Additional support was provided by [70]NSF and
UNISYS Corporation.

The ACM [71]Lectureship Program provides lectures by leading
authorities in information technology to interested parties in local
communities. The program is delivered through ACM's
[72]professional and student chapters.

Development of a [73]Code of Professional Conduct which sets
ethical standards for computer scientists and information technologists.

An International Computer Chess Championship featuring the world's best
chess-playing computers.

A Committee on the Status of Women and Minorities which launched a
mentoring program to encourage women and minorities to enter computing and
to empower women and minorities already in the profession to move up to
more senior positions.

A U.S. Public Policy Committee and Washington, DC office which coordinate
ACM's interest in issues related to U.S. policy and its impact on
computing, information technology, and the public.

A Committee on Eastern and Central Europe that has a program underway
whereby subscriptions to technical publications are being donated to key
research and educational institutions in the region.

The development and publication of curriculum recommendations for
undergraduate and graduate computer science and information systems
programs.

The Importance of ACM

Over the past 45 years ACM has played a vital role in disseminating the
fruits of scientific efforts within and throughout the scientific and
electronic engineering community. ACM's founders understood the potential of
the computer and were responsible for forming the early gathering points for
exchange of data and ideas and most of all for stimulating others with their
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NASA Spacelink Public Electronic Library
Map of Directories
Monday, October 10, 1994 23:20:00

About.Spacelink
Educational.Services
" About.NASA.Education.Services
" Educational.Publications
" " Educational.Horizons.Newsletter
" Elementary.and.Secondary
" " Programs.for.Educators
" " Programs.for.Students.
" " " SSIP
" Higher.Education
" " Faculty.Postdoctoral.Programs
" " Institutional.Programs
" " JOVE.University.Program
" " Student.Programs
" Mission.to.Planet.Earth
" Office.of.Space.Science.and.Applications
" Other.Aerospace.Resources
" Teacher.Resource.Center.Network
" " CORE.Information.and.Catalog
" Technology
" " Satellite.Videoconferences
" " Shuttle.Amateur.Radio.EXperiment
Instructional.Materials
" Careers
" " Careers.in.Aerospace
" " " Astronaut
" " Civil.Service.Requirements
" " Specialties.of.Aerospace.Technology
" Curriculum.Materials
" " Art
" " " Clip.Art
" " " Just.For.Fun
" " " Keyboard.Character.Art
" " " Shuttle.Glider.Kit
" " Geography
" " " Earth.Images.From.Space
" " " " African.Images
" " " " " Algeria
" " " " " Egypt
" " " " " Ethiopia
" " " " " Ghana
" " " " " Kenya
" " " " " Madagascar
" " " " " Mali
" " " " " Mozambique
" " " " " Namibia
" " " " " Niger
" " " " " Somalia
" " " " " South.Africa
" " " " " Sudan
" " " " Asian.Images
" " " " " India
" " " " " Saudi.Arabia
" " " " " Yemen
" " " " Atlantic.Ocean
" " " " Australian.Images
" " " " European.Images
" " " " Indian.Ocean.Images
" " " " North.American.Images
" " " " " El.Salvador
" " " " " Mexico
" " " " " United.States
" " " " Pacific.Ocean.Images
" " " " South.American.Images
" " " " " Brazil
" " " " " Chile
" " " " " Colombia
" " " " " Venezuela
" " History
" " Language.Arts
" " " 1990-91.High.School.Debate
" " Mathematics
" " Sciences
" " " Astronomy
" " " " Astronomical.Keydates
" " " " Comet.Shoemaker-Levy9
" " " " " Comet.Fact.Sheets
" " " " " Images
" " " " " Press.Releases
" " " " NASA.Foster.Online.K-12
" " " " " Status.Reports
" " " " Our.Solar.System
" " " " " Charting.The.Planets
" " " " " Earth
" " " " " Earths.Moon
" " " " " " Clementine.Images
" " " " " Jupiter
" " " " " Mars
" " " " " " Exploration.of.Mars.8-12
" " " " " " Viking.Orbiter.Gif.Images
" " " " " Neptune
" " " " " Our.Sun
" " " " " Saturn
" " " " " Small.Bodies
" " " " " Venus
" " " " Space.Astronomy.Update
" " " " The.Night.Sky
" " " " " Sky.Charts
" " " Biology
" " " " SEEDS.Project
" " " Chemistry
" " " Environmental.Science
" " " " Atmosphere
" " " " Deforestation
" " " " Earth.Images
" " " " Ozone.Layer
" " " General.Science
" " " " Magnetosphere
" " " Geology
" " " Microgravity
" " " Physical.Science
" " " Physics
" " Technology
" " " Communication
" " " Materials
" " " Processing
" " " Transportation
" " " " Aeronautics
" Interdisciplinary.Materials
" " International.Space.Year-1992
" " Live.from.Other.Worlds.Video.Guide
" " " Antarctica.Reports
" " Living.in.Space.Lesson.Plans
" " " Clothing
" " " Communication
" " " Food
" " " Health
" " " Housing
" " " Working.in.Space
" " Man.in.Space.Activities
" " " Future.Flights
" " Nickleodeon.Space.Lesson.Plans
" " Rockets.and.Activities
" " Technology.Advances.and.Activities
" " Unmanned.Earth.Satellites
" " Unmanned.Solar.System.Exploration
" Software
" " Aerospace.Education.Software.List
" " Apple.II
" " " Astronomy.Programs
" " " Aviation.Programs
" " " Displaying.Macintosh.Graphics
" " " Energy.Education.Series
" " " GIF.Viewers
" " " Hubble.Educational.Software
" " " Lunar.Landing.Program
" " " Science.and.Math.Programs
" " " Science.Energy.Education.Series
" " " Space.Shuttle.Commander
" " " Unshrinkit.Program
" " Commodore.64
" " Commodore.Amiga
" " " GIF.Viewers
" " IBM.PC
" " " Astronomy.Programs
" " " Chemistry.Programs
" " " FAA.Aviation.Tutorials
" " " GIF.Viewers
" " " Mathematics.Programs
" " " Satellite.Tracking
" " " " STSOrbit.Plus
" " " " Vector.to.Two-Line.Elements
" " Information.on.CD-ROMS
" " Macintosh
" " " ExInEd.Picture.Books
" " " " Apollo.11.at.Twenty-Five
" " " " Endeavour.Views.the.Earth
" " " " Gems.of.Hubble
" " " " Images.of.Mars
" " " " Magellan.Highlights.of.Venus
" " " " Results.from.GHRS
" " " " The.Impact.Catastrophe
" " " " The.Planetary.System
" " " " Volcanic.Features.of.Hawaii
" " " GIF.Viewers
" " " Satellite.Tracking
" " Tracking.Elements
NASA.News
" Launch.Dates.and.Payloads
" NASA.News.Releases
" " 94-08.Press.Releases
" " 94-09.Press.Releases
" NASA.Television.Schedules
" " Daily.Schedule.with.News.Highlights
" " " 94-07.Daily.News.TV.Schedules
" " " 94-08.Daily.News.TV.Schedules
" " Monthly
" Speeches.and.Congressional.Testimony
" Status.Reports
NASA.Overview
" History.of.the.NACA.and.NASA
" NASA.and.its.Centers
" " Goddard.Space.Center.MD
" " Johnson.Space.Center.TX
" " Kennedy.Space.Center.FL
" " " KSC.Facilities
" " Lewis.Research.Center.OH
" " " Four.Giants.of.Lewis
" " Marshall.Space.Flight.Center.AL
" " " History.of.The.Marshall.Center
" The.Years.in.Review
NASA.Projects
" Aeronautics
" " Basic.Research.and.Technology
" " " F-15.Research
" " " Research.Facilities
" " " Research.Press.Releases
" " High.Performance.Aircraft.and.Research
" " " F-16XL.Laminar.Flow.Research.Aircraft
" " " FA-18.High.Angle.of.Attack
" " " Press.Releases
" " " SR-71A
" " " Unmanned.Perseus.Research.Aircraft
" " " X-30.National.Aerospace.Plane
" " Images
" " New.Aviation.Applications
" " Subsonic.Aircraft.and.Transportation
" " " Powered.Lift.Aircraft.Technology
" Human.Space.Flight
" " Apollo.Lunar
" " " Images
" " Apollo.Soyuz
" " Astronauts
" " " Astronaut.Biographies
" " " Astronaut.Factbook
" " " " Biographical.Sketches
" " " Astronaut.Images
" " Gemini
" " Mercury
" " Shuttle
" " " Crew.Safety
" " " Endeavour.Naming.Contest
" " " Get.Away.Special.Program
" " " Living.and.Working.on.the.Shuttle
" " " Propulsion.System
" " " Shuttle.Images
" " " Shuttle.Missions
" " " " Flight.001.STS-1
" " " " Flight.002.STS-2
" " " " Flight.003.STS-3
" " " " Flight.004.STS-4
" " " " Flight.005.STS-5
" " " " Flight.006.STS-6
" " " " Flight.007.STS-7
" " " " Flight.008.STS-8
" " " " Flight.009.STS-9
" " " " Flight.010.STS-41-B
" " " " Flight.011.STS-41-C
" " " " Flight.012.STS-41-D
" " " " Flight.013.STS-41-G
" " " " Flight.014.STS-51-A
" " " " Flight.015.STS-51-C
" " " " Flight.016.STS-51-D
" " " " Flight.017.STS-51-B
" " " " Flight.018.STS-51-G
" " " " Flight.019.STS-51-F
" " " " Flight.020.STS-51-I
" " " " Flight.021.STS-51-J
" " " " " STS-51-I
" " " " Flight.022.STS-61-A
" " " " Flight.023.STS-61-B
" " " " Flight.024.STS-61-C
" " " " Flight.025.STS-51-L
" " " " Flight.026.STS-26
" " " " " Comments.on.Return.to.Flight
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Press.Kit
" " " " " Science.Information
" " " " Flight.027.STS-27
" " " " Flight.028.STS-29
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.029.STS-30
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.030.STS-28
" " " " Flight.031.STS-34
" " " " " Galileos.Power.Supply
" " " " " Landing.Information
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.032.STS-33
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.033.STS-32
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Science.Information
" " " " Flight.034.STS-36
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.035.STS-31
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.036.STS-41
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Ulysses.Science
" " " " Flight.037.STS-38
" " " " " Landing.Information
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.038.STS-35
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Science.Information
" " " " Flight.039.STS-37
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.040.STS-39
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.041.STS-40
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " NASA.TV
" " " " Flight.042.STS-43
" " " " " Landing.Information
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.043.STS-48
" " " " " Landing.Information
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Science.Information
" " " " Flight.044.STS-44
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.045.STS-42
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.046.STS-45
" " " " " ATLAS.Science
" " " " " " Mission.Overview
" " " " " " Project.INSPIRE
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.047.STS-49
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.048.STS-50
" " " " " Landing.Information
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.049.STS-46
" " " " " Landing.Information
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.050.STS-47
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Spacelab.Science
" " " " Flight.051.STS-52
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Science.Info
" " " " Flight.052.STS-53
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.053.STS-54
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Science.Info
" " " " Flight.054.STS-56
" " " " " HERCULES.Images
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Science.Information
" " " " Flight.055.STS-55
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.056.STS-57
" " " " " Landing.Information
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.057.STS-51
" " " " " Hardware.Problem
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.058.STS-58
" " " " " Experiment.Information
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.059.STS-61
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Mission.Images
" " " " Flight.060.STS-60
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " Flight.061.STS-62
" " " " " Landing.Information
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Mission.Images
" " " " Flight.062.STS-59
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Mission.Images
" " " " " Post-Flight.Research
" " " " " Space.Radar.Images
" " " " Flight.063.STS-65
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Mission.Images
" " " " Flight.064.STS-64
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Mission.Images
" " " " " Mission.Status.Reports
" " " " Flight.065.STS-68
" " " " " Launch.Information
" " " " " Mission.Images
" " " " " Mission.Status.Reports
" " " " " Space.Radar.Images
" " " Shuttle.Operations
" " " " Landing.Postlanding.and.SRB.Retrieval
" " " " Launch.and.Flight
" " " " Preparation.and.Prelaunch
" " " " STS-Overview
" " " Shuttle.Space.Suit
" " " Shuttle.Status.Reports
" " " " 94-08.Status.Reports
" " " " 94-09.Status.Reports
" " " Shuttle.Systems.and.Facilities
" " " " Crew.Equipment
" " " " Crew.Escape.System
" " " " External.Tank
" " " " Mission.Events.Summary
" " " " NASA.Centers.and.Responsibilities
" " " " " Kennedy.Space.Center
" " " " Operational.Improvements
" " " " Orbiter.Structure
" " " " Orbiter.Systems
" " " " " Avionics.Systems
" " " " " " Data.Processing.System
" " " " " " Dedicated.Display.Systems
" " " " " " Guidance.Navigation.and.Control
" " " " " Communication.Systems
" " " " " " Instrumentation.System
" " " " " " Orbiter.Communications
" " " " " Electrical.Power.System
" " " " " Environmental.and.Life.Support
" " " " " Main.Propulsion.System
" " " " " Orbital.Maneuvering.System
" " " " " Reaction.Control.System
" " " " Payloads
" " " " " Spacelab
" " " " Solid.Rocket.Boosters
" " " " Space.Shuttle.Chronology
" " " " Space.Transportation.System
" " " Space.Shuttle.Statistics
" " Skylab
" " Space.Station
" " " Images
" " " Press.Releases.1993
" " " Press.Releases.1994
" " " Station.Break.Newsletters.Freedom
" International.Cooperation
" " U.S.Russian.Cooperation.in.Space
" " " Contracts.And.Agreements
" " " Other.Cooperative.Ventures
" " " Science.Programs
" " " Space.Station
" " " Space.Ventures
" NASA.Launch.Vehicles
" " Current.Vehicles
" " " Facilities.and.Operations
" " Proposed.Systems
" " " Ion.Propulsion.Engine
" Planetary.Probes
" " Cassini.Mission.to.Saturn
" " " Fact.Sheet.with.Images
" " Galileo
" " " Images.From.Galileo
" " " Press.Releases
" " " Status.Reports
" " Magellan
" " " Images.of.Venus
" " " Press.Releases
" " " Status.Reports
" " Mars.Global.Surveyor
" " Mars.Observer
" " " Mars.Observer.Images
" " " Mars.Observer.Status.Reports
" " Mars.Pathfinder
" " Pioneer.10
" " Pioneer.Venus
" " Pluto.Fast.Flyby
" " " Fact.Sheet.with.Images
" " Ulysses
" " " Status.Reports
" " " Ulysses.News.Releases
" " Voyager
" " " Images.of.Jupiter
" " " Images.of.Neptune
" " " Images.of.Saturn
" " " Images.of.Uranus
" " " Voyager.at.Neptune
" " " " Voyager-Neptune.Bulletins
" " " " Voyager-Neptune.Status.Reports
" " " Voyager.Press.Releases
" " " Voyager.Status.Reports
" Proposed.Projects
" " Beyond.Earths.Boundaries
" " Commercialization.of.Space
" " Long.Range.Program.Plans
" " " Aeronautical.and.Transatmospheric
" " " Commercial.Programs
" " " Exploration
" " " Space.Flight
" " " Space.Operations
" " " Space.Research.and.Technology
" " " Space.Science.and.Applications
" " " " Program.Strategies.by.Discipline
" " " Space.Station
" " Space.Exploration.Initiative.SEI
" Satellites
" " Advanced.Communication.Technology.ACTS
" " " ACTS.Status.Reports
" " GEOTAIL
" " " Exploring.Earthspace
" " " Status.Reports
" " GOES-I
" " " GEOS-I.Status.Reports
" " Laser.Geodynamics.Satellites
" " " LEGOS.II.Status.Reports
" " POLAR
" " " Realms.of.the.Auroras
" " Solar.Anomalous.Magnetosphere.SAMPEX
" " " Particles.from.the.Sun.and.Cosmos
" " " Status.Reports
" " TOPEX.POSEIDON.Ocean.Mapping
" " " Press.Releases
" " " Status.Reports
" " Tracking.and.Data.Relay.Satellite.TDRS
" " Upper.Atmosphere.Research.Satellite
" " " UARS.Status.Reports
" " WIND
" " " Outside.Magnetospheric.Shield
" Scientific.Research.Projects
" " ASTRO-D
" " Astro.Observatory
" " " Ultraviolet.and.X-Ray.Astronomy
" " Atlas.2
" " CRRES
" " " Press.Releases
" " " Status.Reports
" " Dante
" " Earth.Observations
" " General.Information
" " Ground.Based.Astronomy
" " High.Resolution.Microwave.Survey.HRMS
" " " Status.Reports
" " Long.Duration.Exposure.Facility.LDEF
" " " Status.Reports
" " Microgravity.Science.and.Applications
" " Ozone.Studies
" " " 1991.Reports
" " " 1992.Reports
" " " 1993.Reports
" " " 1994.Reports
" " Small.Expendable.Deployer.System.SEDS
" " " Status.Reports
" " Spacelab
" " " Shuttle.Experience
" " Spacelab.Life.Science.1
" " Tethered.Satellite.System
" Space.Observatories
" " Advanced.X-Ray.Astrophysics.AXAF
" " " Press.Releases
" " Compton.Gamma.Ray.Observatory
" " " Status.Reports
" " Cosmic.Background.Explorer.COBE
" " " COBE.Status.Reports
" " " Images
" " Extreme.Ultraviolet.Explorer.EUVE
" " " News.Releases
" " " Status.Reports
" " Hubble.Space.Telescope
" " " HST.Fact.Sheets
" " " HST.News.Releases
" " " HST.Newsletter.The.Observer
" " " Hubble.Images
" " " " Repair.Images.Released
" " " " Shoemaker-Levy9.Images
" " " Hubble.Status.Reports
" " " Servicing.Announcements.1993
" " " Space.Science.Shorts
" " IUE
" " Roentgen.Satellite.ROSAT
" Technology.Transfer
" " Federal.Laboratory.Consortium
" " How.NASA.Technology.Transfer.Works
" " " COSMIC
" " NASA.Patents.and.Licensing
" " NASA.Tech.Briefs
" " Space.Spinoff.Benefits
" " " Consumer.Home.and.Recreation
" " " " Construction
" " " Environment.Energy.and.Resources
" " " General.Technology
" " " Health.and.Medicine
" " " Industry.and.Manufacturing
" " " Public.Services.and.Safety
" " " Transportation
" " Technology.Transfer.News
" " Technology.Transfer.Projects
Spacelink.Frequently.Asked.Questions
Spacelink.Hot.Topics

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X€H„ÿDCFREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs) ABOUT THE NASA SPACELINK SYSTEM

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Modem Calls 205-895-0028 (8-N-1) (Up to 14.4 bps)

O0l €Hoœÿ;0:0Topics covered in the Spacelink System FAQ:
1. How to find information about a specific subject or topic
2. Toll-free 800 number
3. File download problems
4. Providing files on disk
5. ZMODEM
6. Faster modems
7. Changing passwords
8. Network problems
9. More network problems
10. Saving and printing files
11. Exiting a document
12. Continuous scrolling
13. Spacelink's strange filenames
14. Double letters on the screen
15. FTP
16. GIF images/graphics files
17. So what was wrong with the OLD Spacelink system?
18. NASA Television schedule
19. ZIP files
20. How to use Spacelink
21. Introduction to Spacelink
22. Re-using Spacelink files

THE SPACELINK SYSTEM
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Q: #1. How do I find information about a specific subject or topic?

A: Look in the "About.Spacelink" section and download the file
"Spacelink.Directory.Map" It's a complete listing of all the directories
on the system, and should help you find what you're looking for. If you
need more information, you can download the even larger file
"Spacelink.Directory.and.File.Map"

We hope that within a few weeks we'll be able to offer a text-search
feature for Spacelink callers.
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Q: #2. Does Spacelink have an 800 (toll-free) number?

A: We conducted a study that resulted in an estimate of an annual phone
bill of a quarter of a million dollars if Spacelink had an 800 number that
was available to all callers. We concluded that that was a little steep
and we are not currently pursuing a plan to establish a public 800 number.
If you wish to obtain low-cost access to Spacelink and you are not a
professional educator, we recommend you search locally for a low-cost (or
no-cost) Internet service provider. You may want to begin by asking for
guidance from the computer services office at a nearby university.

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Q: #3. How can I download files from Spacelink?

A: We've found that for our modem callers, download problems are usually
related to bad phone connections or users attempting to force MS-DOS to
accept the file names we use on Spacelink. (If your system won't accept
our file names, make up names that your system will accept!)

Some of our Internet callers can download Spacelink files with no trouble
at all. Others reach Spacelink through networks that block XMODEM and
YMODEM transfers. In an attempt to work around this problem, we have
installed the KERMIT and ZMODEM file transfer protocols on Spacelink.
Unfortunately, we have found that even they do not work for some callers.
If you cannot download files via Kermit or ZMODEM, your only recourse may
be to place a direct modem call to Spacelink at 205-895-0028.
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Q: #4. If I send you a disk will you put Spacelink files on it and send
it back to me?

A: Sorry, but no. We have neither the staff nor the resources to provide
Spacelink files on disk.

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Q: #5. Why can't I download files using ZMODEM? When I attempt a
transfer, the system returns me to the Spacelink menu and I don't receive
a file!

A: You're probably trying to download a file with a name too long for
your software to handle. Try another protocol or different software.

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Q: #6. Why don't you have 9600 bps modems? Why don't you have 14.4K bps
modems?

A: We are running 14.4K bps U.S. Robotics dual standard modems. If you
cannot make a direct modem connection at high speeds, you may wish to hang
up and call again to try for a better phone connection. If the problem
persists please let us know. Modem and Telnet callers can activate the
"gripes" feature and tell us about your problem. Just enter the letter g
at any time to activate "gripes." Other callers can send E-mail to
[email protected]
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Q: #7. How can I change my Spacelink password?

A: The new Spacelink system is designed to be as open as possible to all
callers, and passwords generally are not needed.

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Q: #8. I have a question about the network I'm using to reach
Spacelink.

A: If you are experiencing Internet communications problems, or do not
understand how to use the Internet, we suggest you contact the Internet
Administrator at your local access site.

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Q: #9. Is your internet connection down? I haven't been able to get in
through my network.

A:There may be times when connecting to Spacelink will prove difficult due
to a high volume of system calls. Spacelink seems to be busiest during
Shuttle missions or other special events. If you experience problems,
please wait a few minutes for a few callers to hang up, and then try
again. The new Spacelink system is capable of handling many more
simultaneous calls than the old system could manage, so we expect this
type of problem to be rare.

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Q: #10. How can I save/print Spacelink files?

A: If you have questions about how to use your computer, communications
software, or if you have other computer/software problems, we suggest that
you contact your computer dealer, a local computer users group, or someone
in your community who is knowledgeable about computers and software. It
might also be a good idea to read the manuals that came with your computer
and software. We really can't be expected to tell you how to save and
print files. Those are functions of your computer and software.

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Q: #11. How can I get out of a document if I don't want to see all of it?

A: Modem & Telnet callers: To exit a file, type the letter u. (Check the
help menu at the bottom of the screen for more details.)

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Q: #12. How can I make a document scroll to the end without continually
pressing the return key?

A: Modem & Telnet callers: While you're looking at the file, press the d key
and choose "text" from the transfer menu.
****************************************************

Q: #13. Why are your file names and directory names so long? Why can't
you make your filenames conform to the MS-DOS file naming convention?

A: NASA Spacelink doesn't run on an IBM-PC. It runs on a Sun Microsystems
SparcServer 1000 workstation. The SparcServer's UNIX operating system
gives us greater latitude in naming files than MS-DOS. We use long file
names to provide descriptive information about our files and to help make
each file name unique.

Our file naming convention is vital to the operation of the system and we
have no plan to change it. You should be able to give the files you
download any name you like. If your communications software somehow
requires you to use the same filenames we use on Spacelink, you may want
to consider using different software.

****************************************************

Q: #14. Why do I see double letters on my screen?

A: You probably need to change the 'duplex' setting in your software.
Check your manual for help. (Or perhaps visit your optometrist?)

****************************************************

Q: #15. Do you have Anonymous FTP (File Transfer Protocol) for Internet
callers?

A: We sure do. We also support World Wide Web clients, Gopher clients,
Telnet and direct modem calls.

WWW http://spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov
Gopher spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov
Anonymous FTP spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov
Modem Calls 205-895-0028 (8-N-1) (Up to 14.4 bps)

If you are accessing Spacelink through the Internet and you don't know
whether you can utilize these methods of access, we recommend you talk to
the system administrator that helped you gain access to the Internet. Ask
whether any of these access methods is an option for you, and if it is,
ask how you can utilize it.
****************************************************

Q: #16. Why don't you offer GIF images and educational software?

A: But we do! GIF images and educational software are located in various
subject areas throughout the system. Soon we hope to provide a regularly
updated file that lists names and locations of all images on NASA
Spacelink.

****************************************************

Q: #17. So what was wrong with the OLD Spacelink system?

A: The old system served us well and many people considered it to be one
of the most user-friendly computer services available. Other users
weren't so kind. And by 1993 it became obvious that a system that had
originally been designed to support modem calls only could no longer be
patched to support all the Internet traffic it was receiving. We hope
this new system is flexible and powerful enough to serve us well for at
least the next five years. By then, who knows what exciting new services
we will be able to offer teachers and students?

*****************************************************

Q: #18. Why don't you post a long-term schedule for NASA Television?

A: But we do! Look under NASA.News for the NASA television schedules.
(We post the files as soon as we get them from NASA Select, and in the
past few months we've been receiving them late. We'll keep trying to work
with the NASA Select staff to get the schedules in a timely manner.)

****************************************************

Q: #19. Why don't you ZIP all your files so we can download faster?

A: If we "zipped" all the Spacelink files, our callers with IBM-PC and
compatible systems would be delighted. Our Macintosh, Apple II, Amiga,
Commodore, Atari, etc. etc. etc. callers would not be so delighted.

****************************************************

Q: #20. Do you have any instructions for using the system?

A: We won't attempt to provide instructions for WWW, Gopher and FTP
callers because clients for these services vary widely and so do the
instructions.

Here are some pointers that should help Telnet and Modem callers find
their way around the system:

* You can navigate through the Spacelink directories by using your
up and down arrow keys and the enter/return key to select items of
interest.

* When you see a forward slash / at the end of a menu option, you know
that there are more menus or files under that option. Obviously you
can't download an option with a slash at the end.

* There is not yet a "GO TO" search feature on the new version of
Spacelink. We hope to implement this feature in a few weeks. In the
meantime, you can look under the main directory "About.Spacelink" and
download the "Spacelink.Directory.Map" file to get an idea of where things
are located on the system. You will also find a larger file called

"Spacelink.Directory.and.File.Map" which shows all directories and files
offered by the system.

* Examine the help provided at the bottom of each screen. The ^
character means "Control." This means, for example, that if you want to
enter a ^X you must hold down your "Control" key and press the X key.

* Enter a ? to see a detailed list of the actions that are available
to you.

* To download a file, press the letter d and choose your download
protocol from the menu. Be sure your software is set to receive via the
protocol you choose.

* You can leave us a message by pressing the letter g to activate
the "gripes" feature. We can't respond to your gripes online, but we
promise to read them every day and we'll act on them if we can.
*************************************************

Q: #21. What's the purpose of this system?

A: NASA Spacelink is an electronic information system available designed
to provide current educational information to teachers and students
throughout the United States. For more information, look at the document
"Spacelink.Background" in the "About.Spacelink" section.
****************************************************

Q: #22. May I re-post NASA Spacelink files on my BBS? May I print
Spacelink files and distribute them to my faculty?

A: NASA Spacelink text files may be redistributed freely as long at they
remain unchanged. We appreciate receiving credit...

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs) ABOUT THE NASA SPACELINK SYSTEM

Topics covered in the Spacelink System FAQ:

1. How to find information about a specific subject or topic
2. Toll-free 800 number
3. File download problems
4. Providing files on disk
5. ZMODEM
6. Faster modems
7. Changing passwords
8. Network problems
9. More network problems
10. Saving and printing files
11. Exiting a document
12. Continuous scrolling
13. Spacelink's strange filenames
14. Double letters on the screen
15. FTP
16. GIF images/graphics files
17. So what was wrong with the OLD Spacelink system?
18. NASA Television schedule
19. ZIP files
20. How to use Spacelink
21. Introduction to Spacelink
22. Re-using Spacelink files

THE SPACELINK SYSTEM

Q: #1. How do I find information about a specific subject or topic?

A: Look in the "About.Spacelink" section and download the file
"Spacelink.Directory.Map" It's a complete listing of all the directories
on the system, and should help you find what you're looking for. If you
need more information, you can download the even larger file
"Spacelink.Directory.and.File.Map"

We hope that within a few weeks we'll be able to offer a text-search
feature for Spacelink callers.

****************************************************

Q: #2. Does Spacelink have an 800 (toll-free) number?

A: We conducted a study that resulted in an estimate of an annual phone
bill of a quarter of a million dollars if Spacelink had an 800 number that
was available to all callers. We concluded that that was a little steep
and we are not currently pursuing a plan to establish a public 800 number.
If you wish to obtain low-cost access to Spacelink and you are not a
professional educator, we recommend you search locally for a low-cost (or
no-cost) Internet service provider. You may want to begin by asking for
guidance from the computer services office at a nearby university.

****************************************************

Q: #3. How can I download files from Spacelink?

A: We've found that for our modem callers, download problems are usually
related to bad phone connections or users attempting to force MS-DOS to
accept the file names we use on Spacelink. (If your system won't accept
our file names, make up names that your system will accept!)

Some of our Internet callers can download Spacelink files with no trouble
at all. Others reach Spacelink through networks that block XMODEM and
YMODEM transfers. In an attempt to work around this problem, we have
installed the KERMIT and ZMODEM file transfer protocols on Spacelink.
Unfortunately, we have found that even they do not work for some callers.
If you cannot download files via Kermit or ZMODEM, your only recourse may
be to place a direct modem call to Spacelink at 205-895-0028.

****************************************************

Q: #4. If I send you a disk will you put Spacelink files on it and send
it back to me?

A: Sorry, but no. We have neither the staff nor the resources to provide
Spacelink files on disk.

****************************************************

Q: #5. Why can't I download files using ZMODEM? When I attempt a
transfer, the system returns me to the Spacelink menu and I don't receive
a file!

A: You're probably trying to download a file with a name too long for
your software to handle. Try another protocol or different software.

****************************************************

Q: #6. Why don't you have 9600 bps modems? Why don't you have 14.4K bps
modems?

A: We are running 14.4K bps U.S. Robotics dual standard modems. If you
cannot make a direct modem connection at high speeds, you may wish to hang
up and call again to try for a better phone connection. If the problem
persists please let us know. Modem and Telnet callers can activate the
"gripes" feature and tell us about your problem. Just enter the letter g
at any time to activate "gripes." Other callers can send E-mail to
[email protected]
****************************************************

Q: #7. How can I change my Spacelink password?

A: The new Spacelink system is designed to be as open as possible to all
callers, and passwords generally are not needed.

****************************************************

Q: #8. I have a question about the network I'm using to reach
Spacelink.

A: If you are experiencing Internet communications problems, or do not
understand how to use the Internet, we suggest you contact the Internet
Administrator at your local access site.

****************************************************

Q: #9. Is your internet connection down? I haven't been able to get in
through my network.

A:There may be times when connecting to Spacelink will prove difficult due
to a high volume of system calls. Spacelink seems to be busiest during
Shuttle missions or other special events. If you experience problems,
please wait a few minutes for a few callers to hang up, and then try
again. The new Spacelink system is capable of handling many more
simultaneous calls than the old system could manage, so we expect this
type of problem to be rare.

****************************************************

Q: #10. How can I save/print Spacelink files?

A: If you have questions about how to use your computer, communications
software, or if you have other computer/software problems, we suggest that
you contact your computer dealer, a local computer users group, or someone
in your community who is knowledgeable about computers and software. It
might also be a good idea to read the manuals that came with your computer
and software. We really can't be expected to tell you how to save and
print files. Those are functions of your computer and software.

****************************************************

Q: #11. How can I get out of a document if I don't want to see all of it?

A: Modem & Telnet callers: To exit a file, type the letter u. (Check the
help menu at the bottom of the screen for more details.)

****************************************************

Q: #12. How can I make a document scroll to the end without continually
pressing the return key?

A: Modem & Telnet callers: While you're looking at the file, press the d key
and choose "text" from the transfer menu.

****************************************************

Q: #13. Why are your file names and directory names so long? Why can't
you make your filenames conform to the MS-DOS file naming convention?

A: NASA Spacelink doesn't run on an IBM-PC. It runs on a Sun Microsystems
SparcServer 1000 workstation. The SparcServer's UNIX operating system
gives us greater latitude in naming files than MS-DOS. We use long file
names to provide descriptive information about our files and to help make
each file name unique.

Our file naming convention is vital to the operation of the system and we
have no plan to change it. You should be able to give the files you
download any name you like. If your communications software somehow
requires you to use the same filenames we use on Spacelink, you may want
to consider using different software.

****************************************************

Q: #14. Why do I see double letters on my screen?

A: You probably need to change the 'duplex' setting in your software.
Check your manual for help. (Or perhaps visit your optometrist?)

****************************************************

Q: #15. Do you have Anonymous FTP (File Transfer Protocol) for Internet
callers?

A: We sure do. We also support World Wide Web clients, Gopher clients,
Telnet and direct modem calls.

WWW http://spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov
Gopher spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov
Anonymous FTP spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov
Modem Calls 205-895-0028 (8-N-1) (Up to 14.4 bps)

If you are accessing Spacelink through the Internet and you don't know
whether you can utilize these methods of access, we recommend you talk to
the system administrator that helped you gain access to the Internet. Ask
whether any of these access methods is an option for you, and if it is,
ask how you can utilize it.

****************************************************

Q: #16. Why don't you offer GIF images and educational software?

A: But we do! GIF images and educational software are located in various
subject areas throughout the system. Soon we hope to provide a regularly
updated file that lists names and locations of all images on NASA
Spacelink.

****************************************************

Q: #17. So what was wrong with the OLD Spacelink system?

A: The old system served us well and many people considered it to be one
of the most user-friendly computer services available. Other users
weren't so kind. And by 1993 it became obvious that a system that had
originally been designed to support modem calls only could no longer be
patched to support all the Internet traffic it was receiving. We hope
this new system is flexible and powerful enough to serve us well for at
least the next five years. By then, who knows what exciting new services
we will be able to offer teachers and students?

*****************************************************

Q: #18. Why don't you post a long-term schedule for NASA Television?

A: But we do! Look under NASA.News for the NASA television schedules.
(We post the files as soon as we get them from NASA Select, and in the
past few months we've been receiving them late. We'll keep trying to work
with the NASA Select staff to get the schedules in a timely manner.)

****************************************************

Q: #19. Why don't you ZIP all your files so we can download faster?

A: If we "zipped" all the Spacelink files, our callers with IBM-PC and
compatible systems would be delighted. Our Macintosh, Apple II, Amiga,
Commodore, Atari, etc. etc. etc. callers would not be so delighted.

****************************************************

Q: #20. Do you have any instructions for using the system?

A: We won't attempt to provide instructions for WWW, Gopher and FTP
callers because clients for these services vary widely and so do the
instructions.

Here are some pointers that should help Telnet and Modem callers find
their way around the system:

* You can navigate through the Spacelink directories by using your
up and down arrow keys and the enter/return key to select items of
interest.

* When you see a forward slash / at the end of a menu option, you know
that there are more menus or files under that option. Obviously you
can't download an option with a slash at the end.

* There is not yet a "GO TO" search feature on the new version of
Spacelink. We hope to implement this feature in a few weeks. In the
meantime, you can look under the main directory "About.Spacelink" and
download the "Spacelink.Directory.Map" file to get an idea of where things
are located on the system. You will also find a larger file called
"Spacelink.Directory.and.File.Map" which shows all directories and files
offered by the system.

* Examine the help provided at the bottom of each screen. The ^
character means "Control." This means, for example, that if you want to
enter a ^X you must hold down your "Control" key and press the X key.

* Enter a ? to see a detailed list of the actions that are available
to you.

* To download a file, press the letter d and choose your download
protocol from the menu. Be sure your software is set to receive via the
protocol you choose.

* You can leave us a message by pressing the letter g to activate
the "gripes" feature. We can't respond to your gripes online, but we
promise to read them every day and we'll act on them if we can.
*************************************************

Q: #21. What's the purpose of this system?

A: NASA Spacelink is an electronic information system available designed
to provide current educational information to teachers and students
throughout the United States. For more information, look at the document
"Spacelink.Background" in the "About.Spacelink" section.

****************************************************

Q: #22. May I re-post NASA Spacelink files on my BBS? May I print
Spacelink files and distribute them to my faculty?

A: NASA Spacelink text files may be redistributed freely as long at they
remain unchanged. We appreciate receiving credit...

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was designed by Jeff Barry, [email protected] The materials
in this exhibit have been reorganized by Jeff Barry to better suit
a hypermedia format; therefore, this hypermedia exhibit may provide
a different interpretation of the Scrolls than that provided by the
original Library of Congress exhibit.

The original data was copied by ftp from seq1.loc.gov. Questions or
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The exhibition Scrolls From the Dead Sea: The Ancient Library of Qumran and
Modern Scholarship brings before the American people a selection from the
scrolls which have been the subject of intense public interest. Over the
years questions have be en raised about the scrolls' authenticity, about the
people who hid them away, about the period in which they lived, about the
secrets the scrolls reveal, and about the intentions of the scrolls'
custodians in restricting access. The Library's exhibition describes the
historical context of the scrolls and the Qumran community from whence they
may have originated; it also relates the story of their discovery 2,000 years
later. In addition, the exhibition encourages a better understanding of the
challenges and complexities connected with scroll research.

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[2]The Qumran Library

[3]The Qumran Community

[4]Today -- 2,000 Years Later

[5]Conclusion

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fragments and 29 other objects loaned by the Israel Antiquities Authority
for this exhibition.

You may view the exhibit by selecting any of the above sections or you may
choose to browse the entire exhibit by selecting

[6]Outline of Objects and Topics in Scrolls from the Dead Sea

More information about the exhibit can be found in

[7]LC Collections Enrich Dead Sea Scroll Exhibit, an article by
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[8]Selected Readings

[9]Resource Materials for Teachers

[10]Glossary

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also makes a routine stop at the EXPO [12]Ticket Office.

Next to the entrance door, there is the EXPO [13]Bulletin Board,
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contains up to date information from the EXPO organization.

At the EXPO [14]Book Store you can pick up information about how to
order the exhibit's catalog.

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students, scholars, and the public. Any commercial use or publication of
them is strictly prohibited .

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[32]Monster Island PBM page Maintained by Aaron Fuegi

[33]NERO - New England Role-playing Organization - Maintained by Lee Sonko

[34]Nethack - Maintained by Michael K. Neylon

[35]Olympia PBeM Home Page - Maintained by Rich Skrenta

[36]Railroad Board Games - Maintained by Bill Ingram

[37]TinyTIM MUSH

[38]Virtual Fighter WWW site - Maintained by Robin Walker

MISCELLANEOUS GAMES RELATED FAQS

[39]Backgammon FAQ - (HTML by Mark Damish)

[40]ReelMagic(TM) - FAQ by Gerard Pinzone (TEXT)

[41]The 7th Guest Technical FAQ - FAQ by Gerard Pinzone (TEXT)

INFORMATION LINKS

[42]Amiga Formula One Grand Prix hall of fame - Maintained by Ant
Holloway

[43]The Patches Scrolls - a list of games patches on the 'Net - Maintained
by Mattias Rauhut

[44]Wargames Company e-mail Addresses - Maintained by Joe Boeke

GAMES RELATED FTP LINKS

[45]X games FTP site (FR). Another excellent collection based in France.

[46]Misc. Games Related FAQs (UK). An FTP site dedicated to flat-text
games FAQs.

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Mark C. Torrance
[email protected]


EXPERIMENTAL STOCK MARKET DATA

[The Following is Excerpted from Mark Torrence's Web Home Page]

This is an experimental page that currently provides a link to the
latest stockmarket information. It is updated automatically, usually
between 10:00 p.m. EDT and 1:00 a.m. EDT, from an email source in
California to reflect the current day's closing information. It
consists of general market news and quotes for selected stocks. Not
all stocks are included here; see [here] for the ticker symbols of the
included stocks.

Stock prices are "Deemed reliable, but never guaranteed." For reliable
stock prices consult a licensed stockbroker or a reputable financial
newspaper or service. For more information about the source of these
quotes, or to get on the mailing list to receive these quotes directly
please contact [email protected] The charts available below are
part of a free value-added service provided as an experiment by Mark
Torrance at the M.I.T. Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

Please send mail to the stockmaster at the address below if any of the
following is true:
* If you know the name of a company which this service tracks,
currently listed as "(unknown)"
If you know the name or symbol for a mutual fund which you would
like to have added to the mutual fund charts page
* If you have specific suggestions for ways to improve the service

I cannot guarantee a response to your message; usage of this service
has increased dramatically since it was mentioned in an article in the
Washington Post business section on April 10, 1994 .

Please do not send mail to request that this service track a given
stock that is not provided in the source dat; I have no control over
which stocks are provided.

The Stockmaster
Mark C. Torrance
M.I.T. AI Lab Graduate Student
Please send email only to:
[email protected]
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=  €H tÿ) ( =4 Charts Available: [Excerpted from Mark Torrence's Web Home Page]

* Stock charts of price and volume movement (updated daily)

* Mutual Fund charts of price movement (data from InterTrade as of
9/23/94)(This info will hopefully be updated each weekend now)

* Top stocks, the most frequently graphed stocks of late

* The stock quotes extracted from the latest issue of the quote file

* The latest issue of the email quote file (~76 Kbytes)

* The list of companies and ticker symbols for these stocks sorted
by symbol, or a comprehensive list of ticker symbols sorted by
company

* A directory of historical datafiles extracted and used to draw
these graphs

* Information about how the graphs are drawn

* Other finance information available on the Web

OTHER FINANCE INFORMATION

This page lists selected sources and collections of financial information
available on the World-Wide Web. This page is part of the [1]Experimental
Stock Market Data server run at the [2]M.I.T. Artificial Intelligence
Laboratory.

[3]FINWeb, run by Professor James R. Garven at the University of Texas, a
collection of finance information on the Web.
[4]Internet's Electronic Link to Managing Money, by Jayne Levin, appeared in
the Washington Post business section April 10, 1994. This annotated html
version of the article includes many links to other finance information on the
Web.
[5]GNN's Personal Finance Resource Center (new link)
[6]John Greiner's financial info page
[7]QuoteCom, a new commercial provider of relatively inexpensive stock and
mutual fund price information.
[8]NETworth. GALT Technologies, Inc. recently announced their WWW server
called NETworth. NETworth features investment information from over 40 mutual
fund companies and 10 Financial newsletters. NETworth also features objective
mutual fund analysis from MORNINGSTAR Mutual funds.
[9]The Mining Channel - An indepth look at exploration companies who are
publicly trading on stock exchanges around the world. You can learn everything
necessary to make good investment decisions by reviewing The Mining Channel.
It contains snapshots, full reports and the latest new releases. The full
reports contain comprehensive geological reports, color maps and company
details.
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* The Ultimate TV List
Containing 225 Links for 75 TV Shows, including 67 WWW Pages.
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* Major Television Links

A list of other major TV-related sites accessible from the
World Wide Web.

* The Hot List

Imagine a place to post your favorite links where you can
remove everybody else's dull boring links. The result is the
Web's hottest list of television links.

* Top of the Ratings
Every few weeks, we'll highlight a creative, innovative, and
entertaining TV site here that you might have missed.

* Television Free-for-All
Post all your TV-related pages here. Ads, announcements, and
shameless self-promotion are all welcomed. In a hurry, try the
version with no images.

* The TV Poll
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television station. Broadcast your opinions to a few hundred
people on our latest TV polls, some serious and some not.
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leagues, discussion groups, etc. We charge a small annual membership fee of
$25 to help cover the costs of using a commercial stats service. Some of the
services below are available only to members.
[1]General Information and [2]Frequently Asked Questions
[3]How to Join IBIC
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[5]League Reports
[6]Fantasy Leagues
[7]Baseball Card Gallery
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HEPIC is intended to serve the worldwide community of researchers
doing work in high energy physics. There is a lot of information here
of use to physicists, including descriptions of collaborative
experiments, physics and networking journals, and pointers to software
and other HEP-related resources on the Net.
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See our Whats New Page to find out some new items on our server.
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People
Finding a HEP person.

CERNLIB Writeups
U.S. Mirror of the CERNLIB writeups.

HEP Sites
Sites that maintain ftp, gopher, or WWW services.

HEPnet Newsgroups
HEPnet Newsgroups administered by HEP Network Resource Center.

Documentation and Publication
HEP preprints and publication information

Experiments
Information about HEP experiments.

Software
Software used for HEP research.

HEPNRC
Server with resources maintained by HEP Network Resource
Center. This includes newsletters, mailing and archive lists,
and reports. It is also a U.S. site for the Big Dummies Guide
to the Internet (ver2.2).
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27 28 29 30 %ÿÿ6c Üd e ëh i Õe€H-8ÿÁÀ HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING AND COMMUNICATIONS

The National Coordination Office for HPCC provides Internet users with
access to material about the Federal HPPC Program.
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_________________________________________________________________

Welcome to the home page of the National Coordination Office (NCO) for
High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC). This server
provides Internet users access to material about the Federal HPCC
Program. Access to the same materials is also provided through the NCO
Gopher Server.

* "HPCC FY 1995 Implementation Plan"

* "High Performance Computing and Communications: Technology for the
National Information Infrastructure" (FY 1995 Blue Book)

* "High Performance Computing and Communications: Toward a National
Information Infrastructure" (FY 1994 Blue Book)

* NCO Fact Sheets

* Reports, Periodicals, and Announcements

* Legislation and Testimony

* Grants and Research Contracts

* White House Statements/Policy Papers

* Agency Information Servers

* Related Information

Glossary of Acronyms

Address and Directions to NCO

NCO Director: Donald A.B. Lindberg, M.D.
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Please feel free to browse our server. We currently offer:

[1]The Used Software Exchange

[2][IMAGE]The Lurker's Guide To Babylon 5.

An interface to our [3]FTP services, where you'll find:

The old [4]comp.binaries.atari.st and [5]comp.sources.atari.st archives.

The [6]GEMS series of articles on musical composition.

[7]WorkMan, a program for playing audio CDs on UNIX workstations.

Files pertaining to several [8]television shows, including seaQuest DSV,
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Captain Power, Lois and Clark, and
others.

And other sundry items.

If you're really bored, you can read [9]about our network.
___________________________________

Maintained by [10]Steven Grimm .
[11]Send mail if you have comments or suggestions.


The Lurker's Guide to Babylon 5


THE LURKER'S GUIDE TO BABYLON 5

Welcome to the Lurker's Guide, a hypermedia companion to the Babylon 5
science-fiction television show. This document encompasses several of the
information sources maintained by various B5 aficionados.

You can begin your exploration of Babylon 5 from one of three perspectives.
The three are heavily interlinked (or will be, once the guide is finished),
and the distinctions between them are often blurry, so don't worry about
missing anything by choosing the wrong starting point!

If you're unfamiliar with the show, you can start by reading about [1]the
Babylon 5 universe and characters. That page has a lot of inlined images.

Or, if you're interested in the people and events behind the scenes, try
reading about [2]the making of Babylon 5.

Finally, for schedules, synopses, and so forth, you can read the hypertext

[3]episode list.

In addition to this Guide, there are several [4]other sources of information
on Babylon 5.

Here's [5]what's new in the Guide.

This is still a work in progress, so there are probably lots of obvious
things that should be linked together but aren't yet. Explore and enjoy! If
you'd like to help, the Guide is in need of [6]volunteers.
___________________________________

Maintained by [7]Steven Grimm .
[8]Send mail if you have comments or suggestions.
-€H„ÿhttp://www.hyperion.com.s €Hqÿ_^" THE LURKER'S GUIDE TO BABYLON 5

Welcome to the Lurker's Guide, a hypermedia companion to the Babylon 5
science-fiction television show. This document encompasses several of the
information sources maintained by various B5 aficionados.

You can begin your exploration of Babylon 5 from one of three perspectives.
The three are heavily interlinked (or will be, once the guide is finished),
and the distinctions between them are often blurry, so don't worry about
missing anything by choosing the wrong starting point!

If you're unfamiliar with the show, you can start by reading about [1]the
Babylon 5 universe and characters. That page has a lot of inlined images.

Or, if you're interested in the people and events behind the scenes, try
reading about [2]the making of Babylon 5.

Finally, for schedules, synopses, and so forth, you can read the hypertext

[3]episode list.

In addition to this Guide, there are several [4]other sources of information
on Babylon 5.

Here's [5]what's new in the Guide.

This is still a work in progress, so there are probably lots of obvious
things that should be linked together but aren't yet. Explore and enjoy! If
you'd like to help, the Guide is in need of [6]volunteers.
___________________________________

Maintained by [7]Steven Grimm .
[8]Send mail if you have comments or suggestions.
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1994. All contents Copyright 1994, IUMA. All Rights Reserved.
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Late Breaking News

PICK A SERVER CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAREST YOUR NODES...

IUMA West HQ: Graphical or dull text mode
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+ NOTE: sunsite.unc.edu (IUMA East server) is currently out of
disk space and therefore more than a month out of date. We
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IUMA Europe: Graphical or dull text mode

OR LEAP DIRECTLY TO A RECORD LABEL'S SITE...

TeenBeat, Bedazzled, DGC, Quagmire, Silent, Heyday, Warner Bros,
Reality Society, Harbor Records.
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1994. All contents Copyright 1994, IUMA. All Rights Reserved.

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ABOUT THE JET PROPULSION LABORATORY
Managed for NASA by the California Institute of Technology, the Jet
Propulsion Laboratory is the lead U.S. center for robotic exploration of the
solar system. JPL spacecraft have visited all known planets except Pluto (a
Pluto mission is currently under study for the late 1990s). In addition to
its work for NASA, JPL conducts tasks for a variety of other federal
agencies.

JPL's main 72-hectare (177-acre) site is at the foot of the San Gabriel
Mountains near Pasadena, California, 19 kilometers (12 miles) northeast of
Los Angeles. In addition, JPL manages the worldwide Deep Space Network,
which communicates with spacecraft and conducts scientific investigations
from its complexes in California's Mojave Desert near Goldstone; near Madrid,
Spain; and near Canberra, Australia.
A more detailed fact sheet on JPL's history and its current missions is
available by clicking [2]here.

[3]Caltech home page

Welcome to the Planets

WELCOME TO THE PLANETS

This is a collection of many of the best images from NASA's planetary
exploration program. The collection has been extracted from the interactive
program "Welcome to the Planets" which will be distributed on the Planetary
Data System Educational CD-ROM in May, 1994..

Mercury

[1][IMAGE]

Venus

[2][IMAGE]

Earth

[3][IMAGE]

Mars

[4][IMAGE]

Jupiter

[5][IMAGE]

Saturn


[6][IMAGE]

Uranus

[7][IMAGE]

Neptune

[8][IMAGE]

Pluto

[9][IMAGE]

Small Bodies

[10][IMAGE]

Credits
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[2]News flashes

[3]About JPL

[4]Online tours

[5]Image/information archives

[6]JPL organizations

RELATED HOME PAGES

[7]NASA home page

[8]Caltech home page
___________________________________
For questions or comments contact:
JPL Public Information Office
[email protected]

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory organizations

JPL ORGANIZATIONS

JPL has many organizational programs, divisions and sections covering a broad
range of scientific and engineering disciplines. The following are those
currently offering external pages on World Wide Web:

The [1]Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS) Mobile
Terminal is a proof-of-concept breadboard designed to meet the challenges
of Ka-band land mobile communications.

The [2]Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection
Radiometer (ASTER) is an imaging instrument that will fly in 1998 on EOS
AM-1, the first satellite launched under NASA's Earth Observing System.
The [3]Airborne Visible Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) is
a unique optical sensor used for Earth remote sensing flown on a NASA ER-2
airplane.

[4]Educational Outreach offers information on JPL programs and
other resources for educators.

The [5]Imaging Radar Program Web page provides information on
Earth-orbiting imaging radars for remote sensing, serves the science
community by providing access to software to analyze radar data and makes
available sample images of selected areas.

The Caltech-JPL [6]Infrared Processing & Analysis Center carries
out large, data-intensive processing tasks for NASA's infrared astronomy
program, and provides scientific expertise on those projects to the
astronomical community.

The [7]International Mobile Satellite Conference '95 in June 1995
is a forum for reviewing and demonstrating the design, development and
applications of mobile satellite systems, with an emphasis on presenting
technology advances.

[8]Mars Pathfinder mission will launch a lander and rover robot to
the surface of the red planet in 1996.

The [9]Multimission Operations Systems Office provides spacecraft
operations for JPL's missions to explore the solar system, operating the
Space Flight Operations Facility which serves as a mission control center
for JPL's spacecraft.

The [10]New Products Development Group applies expertise developed
at JPL to solve problems in such areas as telecommunications, health care
and public safety for sponsors in NASA/JPL, other government agencies and
the private sector.

The [11]Planetary Data System archives and distributes digital
data from past and present NASA planetary missions, astronomical
observations and laboratory measurements.

The [12]Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center
archives and distributes data related to the physical state of the oceans,
serving the oceanographic and geophysical sciences research communities
and providing data in support of interdisciplinary research.

JPL [13]Robotics researchers perform development, integration and
demonstration of innovative robotics and automation technologies,
supporting NASA missions and addressing other problems of national
importance.

The [14]Space Infrared Telescope Facility (SIRTF) is a
cryogenically cooled orbiting observatory that will conduct infrared
astronomy from space for two or more years after a planned launch in 2001.

[15]Space Power (SP-100) Technology for Commercial Applications
presents devices and components with potential uses in commercial and
military applications developed in JPL's SP-100 program.

The [16]Space Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) Project
supports Japan's VLBI Space Observatory Program and Russia's RadioAstron
spacecraft, which will perform radio interferometry experiments using the
spacecraft and a number of ground radio telescopes.

The joint U.S.-French [17]TOPEX/Poseidon satellite launched in
1992 is mapping circulation of the world's oceans.
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KUHT, Channel 8, is a public television station licensed by the
[1]Federal Communications Commission to the Board of Regents of the
University of Houston System. As the first non-commercial television
licensee in the nation, KUHT began broadcasting in May 1953, and has
continuously served the southeast Texas region since its inauguration.

The mission of KUHT is to provide quality television programming to the
region. This mission is accomplished by broadcasting public affairs,
science, educational, cultural, and entertainment programs that appropri
reflect the cultural values, needs, and aspirations of the community. T
mission is also supported through the production of local programs which
address the current issues and concerns, cultural diversity, and
accomplishments of communities served.

Announcements

September 26, 1994 The official name of this server has been changed to
www.kuht.uh.edu. Connections via bbs.kuht.uh.edu and 129.7.18.31 will
continue to function.

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[2]KUHT Press / News Releases

[3]KUHT Department Listing

[4]KUHT Open Positions

[5]KUHT Local Productions

[6]KUHT Outreach

[7]KUHT Special Projects

[8]PTV Listserv Information

[9]PBS Information

[10]Pipeline from Current

[11]Information about this server

University of Houston Resources

[12]University of Houston WWW Server

[13]University of Houston Gopher

[14]University of Houston Library Gopher

[15]University of Houston Superconductivity WWW Server

PBS / PTV / Public Radio Resources

[16]The Corporation for Public Broadcasting WWW Server

[17]PBS Gopher

[18]KUSM (Bozeman, MT) Home Page

[19]WGBH (Boston, MA) Foundation Home Page

[20]WHYY (Philadelphia, PA) Home Page

[21]WUFT (Gainesville, FL) Home Page

[22]WFDD Public Radio

Other Resources

[23]Academ Consulting Services' Houston InfoSource

[24]Johnson Space Center's Houston Internet Connection

[25]Local Weather at JSC/NASA

[26]World Weather

[27]Registered Texas WWW Sites

[28]Registered World WWW Sites

[29]Rice University Information WWW

[30]TVNET Home Page

[31]French Culture Gopher

[32]United States Senate Gopher

[33]United States House of Representatives Gopher

[34]Another List

KUHT Web Server / KUHT / [email protected]
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choose Government Information. Otherwise point your web-server to
address above.

PROJECT HERMES

THE FILES THAT ARE IN THIS DIRECTORY ARE REPRESENTATIVE OF WHAT ARE ON PROJECT
HERMES AT FTP.CWRU.EDU. THE HERMES MACHINE IS NOT ON INFORM, FILES FROM HERMES
ARE ON INFORM. IF YOU CANNOT FIND A FILE THEN WE DO NOT HAVE AND CHANCES ARE
PROJECT HERMES DOES NOT HAVE IT.

Below is a short introduction to what Project Hermes is. The machine
where the files in this directory are downloaded from (ftp.cwru.edu) through
ftping. (Case Western Reserve house Supreme Court Documents and whatever they
have we have, with one exception, that is our files are more orderly then
how they have them.)

PROJECT HERMES
Electronic Dissemination of U.S. Supreme Court Decisions

ALL DECISIONS HERE ARE FROM 1989 UNTIL PRESENT DAY. ONLY SUPREME COURT
DECISIONS, NOTHING ELSE.

Project Hermes was started in May 1990 by the U.S. Supreme Court as an
experiment in disseminating its opinions electronically. Case Western
Reserve University was one of the participants in the pilot project. In
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It's official! The WWW Sports Information Service has won the Best
Entertainment Site award in the [1]Best of the Web '94 Contest! Thank you
to everybody using the site for your support and please, keep sending in your
comments. I am in the process of overhauling the system and will be
integrating many peoples' suggestions over the summer! Thanks again -Eric
___________________________________
Welcome to the Sports Information Server. Here you can access every little
piece of data about your favorite professional sports teams. Choose from one
of the following servers.

[2][IMAGE] Professional Basketball Server
Get recent scores, team schedules, player statistics here. Updated daily to
include the most recent information.
Here's the [3]announcement I sent to [4]NCSA What's New.

[5][IMAGE] Professional Football Server
Get the results of the 1994 NFL Draft and a few other tidbits of info. Watch
here as the season approaches for a full blown service.
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Over time, I plan on adding more sports. If you happen to know of any online
data about any sports, please mail it to me at: [email protected]
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service provides a [2]Professional Basketball Server which provides the
[3]latest NBA scores and a schedule of tonight's games, the [4]league's
standings as of the most recent games, box scores on all the season's games
so far, [5]player-by-player cumulative statistics for every team, and
complete schedules for each team.

In addition, you can get a history of NBA awards like the [6]Rookie of the
Year Award or the [7]Most Valuable Player Award.


PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL SERVER

Provided by [1]Eric Richard

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Due to all of you out there using my site, the WWW Sports Information system
has won the [2]Best Entertainment Site Award in the [3]1994 Best of the Web
Contest. Thanks to everyone for all your support. - Eric
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Check out the [4]Cybersports NBA Page provided by [5]The Gate, a service of
The San Fransisco Chonicle and The San Francisco Examiner. Other articles are
available in The Gate's [6]sports section.
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THE NBA AT A GLANCE

I am in the process of putting things together for the upcoming season. Right
now, you can check out the [7]1994-95 NBA Schedule though.
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1994 SEASON IN REVIEW

[8]The 1994 Playoff Chart

[9]Day By Day Playoff Results


DAILY COVERAGE

This section is being updated for the upcoming season, but still contains th
old information right now.

Here you can get information on any NBA team or player. Choose from one of
the following services:

[13]Schedules (includes scores for past games)

[14]Team Statistics (cumulative)

[15]Statistical League Leaders

[16]Team Rosters (Under construction)

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BASKETBALL ARCHIVES

Here you can look up statistics from years gone by. Choose from one of the
following:

[17]Profession Basketball Championships

[18]Top Ten Player Salaries for 1993-94

[19]Team Payrolls for 1993-94

[20]Drafts from 1976-92

[21]Team History and Information

[22]NBA All-Time Leaders

NBA Season Leaders (Under construction)
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YEAR-BY-YEAR NBA AWARDS
[23]Rookies of the Year
[24]Most Valuable Player Award
[25]Most Improved Player Award
[26]Sixth Man Award
[27]Defensive Player of the Year
[28]Citizenship Award
[29]Executive of the Year
[30]What's New, FAQ, and Future Additions
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This is an experimental server offered by [31]Eric Richard.

There is no stated or implied affilition or endorsement of WWW Sports
Information Service by the National Basketball Association.

Because of its experimental nature, I cannot guarantee that all the
statistics contained here are accurate. I am in the process of debugging
some of the sections and I am routinely checking against the stats that I
find in newspapers to find bugs. If you spot any errors, please send me
e-mail.

Please feel free more than welcome to send suggestions, comments, or any
other feedback to me at:

[email protected]

I have obtained almost all of the statistics used in this server from the
[32]NBAStats Project. However, I have significantly modified some of their
software to present the information in its present form.

Professional Football Server
PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL SERVER

Provided by [1]Eric Richard
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Due to all of you out there using my site, the WWW Sports Information system
has won the [2]Best Entertainment Site Award in the [3]1994 Best of the Web
Contest. Thanks to everyone for all your support, and continue to follow
the system as throughout the season
___________________________________
Thanks to the wonderful help of one of the users out there, I have been able
to update the [4]Team History and Information section of the service. There
is tons of great information in here, so check it out.

In addition, several users have asked me where to get the previous weeks'
scores and stats. All of the past weeks' results are available through the
[5]1994-95 NFL Season Schedule. Sorry for the confusion.

Due to overwhelming demand, I have finally put together a [6]League Leaders
section. This is still kinda rough and I will be continuing to smooth it
over, but it is finally here for you to enjoy.
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THE NFL AT A GLANCE
I intend to provide scores ASAP after the games (by the next day) and I will
try to post the line for the games the week before.


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The [20]1994-95 NFL Season Schedule is now available. Also, check out the
[21]Season Schedule By Team

The 1994 NFL Draft took place on April 25th and 26th

[22]Round-By-Round Draft Selections

[23]Team-By-Team Draft Selections

The NFL is looking to realign the teams by 1995. Currently there are
[24]four proposals for realignment.
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FOOTBALL ARCHIVES

Here you can look up statistics from years gone by. Choose from one of the
following:

[25]Super Bowl History

[26]Super Bowl Standings By Team

[27]Team History and Information
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YEAR-BY-YEAR NFL AWARDS

[28]Heisman Trophy Winners

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This is an experimental server offered by [29]Eric Richard.

There is no stated or implied affilition or endorsement of WWW Sports
Information Service by the National Football League.

Please feel free more than welcome to send suggestions, comments, or any
other feedback to me at:

[email protected]

You can also send me a note through a [30]comment gateway.
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OS/2 is a registered trademark of IBM Corp and is used without permission.
Special thanks to everyone who's ever sent us link info. Send your comments,
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Welcome to the OS/2 WWW Homepage. Be sure to check out our page of [2]User
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Asked Questions List and much, much more).

There are many other [3]IBM WWW Sites and OS/2 Homepages out there. We also
maintain lists of [4]WWW Software Options for OS/2, [5]FTP Sites and Gopher
Holes, [6]UseNet Newsgroups of interest to OS/2 Users, [7]Vendors and Other
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OS/2 User Groups are essential to the success of OS/2. Everybody should have
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and information. That's why we keep a list of User Group Homepages here on
the top-level page. If your User Group isn't here, [9]please include it.

OS/2 User Group Homepages

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*€H+€Hq%ÿÿçâ ­å øå 5ë Kë `€HìÿLK"A ton of web sites" M.Gray's collection of educational domain web sites.

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SORTED BY DOMAIN

"I rewrote the wanderer to do a breadth first search instead of depth
first because I realized I could do it with minimal effort. This list
may/will be semi-regularly updated.

Thanks to Dr. Michael Mauldin for supplementing this list with the data
from Lycos.

Some of these links may be malformed, but somewhere at each of these
sites, is supposedly a www server. No promises. All of the sites have
the paths truncated to /, so if a link doesn't go anywhere try the same
site, with "Overview.html" or "Welcome.html" or something like that.
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this information freely, so long as this notice is kept with it. The
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sipb.mit.edu:70

sipb.mit.edu:8001

sturgeon.mit.edu:8001

synergy.mit.edu:80

the-tech.mit.edu:80

timesink.mit.edu:80

web.mit.edu:80

www-genome.wi.mit.edu:80

www.mit.edu:8001

www.mit.edu:80

www-erl.mit.edu:80

www-techinfo.mit.edu:80

MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY [MSSTATE.EDU]

www.cs.msstate.edu:80

www.erc.msstate.edu:80

msuinfo.ur.msstate.edu:80

www.msstate.edu:80

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY [MSU.EDU]

ah3.cal.msu.edu:80

web.cal.msu.edu:80

burrow.cl.msu.edu:80

rs560.cl.msu.edu:80

web.cl.msu.edu:80

indian.cps.msu.edu:80

web.cps.msu.edu:80

puck.egr.msu.edu:1259

esalsun10.ent.msu.edu:80

gopher.msu.edu:80

pads1.pa.msu.edu:80

rs560.msu.edu:80

web.msu.edu:80

www.msu.edu:80

MT. WILSON OBSERVATORY [MTWILSON.EDU]

www.mtwilson.edu:80

MIAMI UNIVERSITY [MUOHIO.EDU]

m-media.muohio.edu:70

NATIONAL ASTRONOMY AND IONOSPHERE CENTER [NAIC.EDU]

naic.edu:80

www.naic.edu:80

NATIONAL AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM [NASM.EDU]

ceps.nasm.edu:2020

NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY [NCSU.EDU]

www.acs.ncsu.edu:80

www.catt.ncsu.edu:80

www.eos.ncsu.edu:80

dewey.lib.ncsu.edu:80

ericmorgan.lib.ncsu.edu:80

www.mmrc.ncsu.edu:80

meawx1.nrrc.ncsu.edu:80

www.tx.ncsu.edu:80

www.ncsu.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME [ND.EDU]

orange-room.cc.nd.edu:80

undhe6.hep.nd.edu:80

www.nd.edu:80

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY [NEU.EDU]

ftp.ccs.neu.edu:80

jh.ccs.neu.edu:7043

www.ccs.neu.edu:80

www.dac.neu.edu:80

NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY [NJIT.EDU]

eies.njit.edu:5230

eies2.njit.edu:80

it.njit.edu:80

it.njit.edu:5110

NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY [NMSU.EDU]

www.apo.nmsu.edu:80

charon.nmsu.edu:80

crl.nmsu.edu:80

vitoria.nmsu.edu:80

NOAO [NOAO.EDU]

ctios2.ctio.noao.edu:80

iraf.noao.edu:80

claret.kpno.noao.edu:80

coral.kpno.noao.edu:80

mocha.kpno.noao.edu:80

sunspot.noao.edu:80

blazing.sunspot.noao.edu:80

esf.sunspot.noao.edu:80

ftp.sunspot.noao.edu:80

vtt.sunspot.noao.edu:80

www.sunspot.noao.edu:80

argo.tuc.noao.edu:80

daikon.tuc.noao.edu:80

icarus.tuc.noao.edu:80

tucana.tuc.noao.edu:80

www.tuc.noao.edu:80

www.noao.edu:80

NOVA UNIVERSITY [NOVA.EDU]

alpha.acast.nova.edu:80

NATIONAL RADIO ASTRONOMY OBSERVATORY [NRAO.EDU]

info.aoc.nrao.edu:80

zia.aoc.nrao.edu:80

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info.cv.nrao.edu:80

fits.nrao.edu:80

info.gb.nrao.edu:80

NATIONAL SUPERCOMPUTING CENTER FOR ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT [NSCEE.EDU]

www.nscee.edu:80

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [NWU.EDU]

antioch.acns.nwu.edu:80

daneel.acns.nwu.edu:8080

daneel.acns.nwu.edu:8082

pubweb.acns.nwu.edu:80

words.acns.nwu.edu:1236

www.acns.nwu.edu:80

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rossi.astro.nwu.edu:80

www.astro.nwu.edu:80

www.astro.nwu.edu:7869

www.covis.nwu.edu:80

asgard.eecs.nwu.edu:7000

tulip.eecs.nwu.edu:9114

www.eecs.nwu.edu:80

asp.esam.nwu.edu:80

www.ils.nwu.edu:80

www.library.nwu.edu:80

math.nwu.edu:80

gopher.math.nwu.edu:70

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www.math.nwu.edu:80

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www.mmss.nwu.edu:80

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www.nwu.edu:80

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY [NYU.EDU]

edgar.stern.nyu.edu:80

www.nyu.edu:80

OAKLAND UNIVERSITY [OAKLAND.EDU]

gopher.acs.oakland.edu:4320

mars.acs.oakland.edu:80

www.acs.oakland.edu:80

unix.secs.oakland.edu:80

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY [OHIO-STATE.EDU]

www.acs.ohio-state.edu:80

kirk.cgrg.ohio-state.edu:80

archive.cis.ohio-state.edu:80

www.cis.ohio-state.edu:80

hertz.eng.ohio-state.edu:80

hartke.lib.ohio-state.edu:70

beetle.marion.ohio-state.edu:80

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY [ORST.EDU]

gopher.cs.orst.edu:70

www.csos.orst.edu:80

engr.orst.edu:80

OHIO SUPERCOMPUTER CENTER [OSC.EDU]

osc.edu:80

www.osc.edu:80

UNKNOWN [PENN.EDU]

www.penn.edu:80

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY [PRINCETON.EDU]

princeton.edu:80

astro.princeton.edu:80

astro.princeton.edu:85

www.cs.princeton.edu:80

bpd.student.princeton.edu:80

wombat.princeton.edu:80

www.princeton.edu:80

PITTSBURGH SUPERCOMPUTER CENTER [PSC.EDU]

pscinfo.psc.edu:80

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY [PSU.EDU]

euler.bd.psu.edu:80

opus.chem.psu.edu:80

random.chem.psu.edu:80

www.xray.hmc.psu.edu:80

www.math.psu.edu:80

info.pop.psu.edu:80

www.pop.psu.edu:80

bjt105.rh.psu.edu:80

www.psu.edu:80

PURDUE UNIVERSITY [PURDUE.EDU]

thunder.atms.purdue.edu:80

mentor.cc.purdue.edu:6244

gopher.cs.purdue.edu:80

www.cs.purdue.edu:80

purgatory.ecn.purdue.edu:2000

RICE UNIVERSITY [RICE.EDU]

chico.rice.edu:80

softlib.cs.rice.edu:80

es.rice.edu:80

harpo.rice.edu:8001

helix.rice.edu:80

is.rice.edu:80

riceinfo.rice.edu:80

riceinfo.rice.edu:70

softlib.rice.edu:80

vm.rice.edu:80

RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE [RPI.EDU]

cs.rpi.edu:80

www.cs.rpi.edu:80

ftp.rpi.edu:80

wolf3.vlsc.rpi.edu:80

www.rpi.edu:80

[NO NAME] [RUTGERS.EDU]

aristarchus.rutgers.edu:80

gandalf.rutgers.edu:80

info.rutgers.edu:80

ndb.rutgers.edu:17105

www.usacs.rutgers.edu:80

www.rutgers.edu:80

www-ns.rutgers.edu:80

SALK INSTITUTE [SALK.EDU]

salk.edu:80

SAN DIEGO SUPERCOMPUTER CENTER [SDSC.EDU]

gopher.sdsc.edu:80

www.sdsc.edu:80

SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY [SDSU.EDU]

sounds.sdsu.edu:80

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION [SI.EDU]

photo1.si.edu:80

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arvandor.stanford.edu:80

camis.stanford.edu:80

cdr.stanford.edu:80

www.cs.stanford.edu:80

csli-www.stanford.edu:80

elib.stanford.edu:1082

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mirror.stanford.edu:9000

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sunpath.stanford.edu:3007

techno.stanford.edu:80

woodstock.stanford.edu:2000

www.stanford.edu:80

www-cs.stanford.edu:80

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www-ksl.stanford.edu:80

www-rlg.stanford.edu:80

UNKNOWN [SUNSITE.EDU]

sunsite.edu:80

SUNY AT STONY BROOK [SUNYSB.EDU]

sunysb.edu:105

ccnova.sunysb.edu:80

sbast3.ess.sunysb.edu:80

math.sunysb.edu:80

insti.physics.sunysb.edu:80

xray1.physics.sunysb.edu:80

sbchm1.sunysb.edu:80

www.sunysb.edu:80[87]

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTER [SWMED.EDU]

eatworms.swmed.edu:80

visual-ra.swmed.edu:80

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY [SYR.EDU]

eryx.syr.edu:80

minerva.npac.syr.edu:80

www.npac.syr.edu:80

spc.syr.edu:80

www.syr.edu:80

ziris.syr.edu:80

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY [TAMU.EDU]

ageninfo.tamu.edu:80

bush.cs.tamu.edu:80

entcweb.tamu.edu:80

gopher.tamu.edu:80

hepr1.tamu.edu:80

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keck.tamu.edu:80

loanstar.tamu.edu:80

tamuts.tamu.edu:80

www.tamu.edu:80

NATIONAL CENTER FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH [UCAR.EDU]

atd.ucar.edu:70

thor.atd.ucar.edu:80

www.atd.ucar.edu:80

gopher.ucar.edu:80

http.ucar.edu:80

http.rap.ucar.edu:80

huron.scd.ucar.edu:80

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www.unidata.ucar.edu:80

www.ucar.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA [UCDAVIS.EDU]

www.cs.ucdavis.edu:80

vmgopher.ucdavis.edu:80

www.ucdavis.edu:80

www-geology.ucdavis.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO [UCHICAGO.EDU]

bio-3.bsd.uchicago.edu:80

csmaclab-www.uchicago.edu:80

neuromancer.lib.uchicago.edu:80

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www.lib.uchicago.edu:80

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bookweb.cwis.uci.edu:8042

peg.cwis.uci.edu:7000

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www.ics.uci.edu:80

mothra.nts.uci.edu:7000

www.uci.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES [UCLA.EDU]

cad.ucla.edu:8001

cad.ucla.edu:80

www.chem.ucla.edu:80

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www.ucla.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE [UDEL.EDU]

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www.math.udel.edu:80

life.slhs.udel.edu:80

www.udel.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA [UFL.EDU]

gatorpwr.che.ufl.edu:80

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www.che.ufl.edu:80

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www.cis.ufl.edu:80

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www.math.ufl.edu:80

stat.ufl.edu:80

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dogwood.botany.uga.edu:80

www.cosmic.uga.edu:80

www.uga.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON [UH.EDU]

www.uh.edu:80

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www.cs.uidaho.edu:80

rugby.phys.uidaho.edu:80

www.phys.uidaho.edu:80

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caesar.cs.uiowa.edu:80

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www.isca.uiowa.edu:80

indy.radiology.uiowa.edu:80

vh.radiology.uiowa.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN [UIUC.EDU]

sleepless.acm.uiuc.edu:80

www.acm.uiuc.edu:80

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wx.atmos.uiuc.edu:70

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www.beckman.uiuc.edu:80

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jaguar.ccsr.uiuc.edu:80

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datura.cerl.uiuc.edu:80

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www.cs.uiuc.edu:80

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vixen.cso.uiuc.edu:70

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yahoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu:8001

zeus.ncsa.uiuc.edu:8080

soma.npa.uiuc.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS [UMASS.EDU]

ciir.cs.umass.edu:80

eksl-www.cs.umass.edu:80

piglet.cs.umass.edu:4321

www.cs.umass.edu:80

zoo.cs.umass.edu:80

www.gang.umass.edu:80

donald.phast.umass.edu:80

scruffy.phast.umass.edu:80

info.pilgrim.umass.edu:80

www.umass.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS DARTMOUTH [UMASSD.EDU]

webserver.cogsci.umassd.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE COUNTY [UMBC.EDU]

umbc.edu:80

archive.cs.umbc.edu:80

cujo.cs.umbc.edu:80

gopher.cs.umbc.edu:80

retriever.cs.umbc.edu:80

www.cs.umbc.edu:80

gopher.umbc.edu:80

umbc7.umbc.edu:80

www.umbc.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND [UMD.EDU]

www.arhu.umd.edu:80

bima.astro.umd.edu:80

pdssbn.astro.umd.edu:80

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documents.cfar.umd.edu:80

www.cfar.umd.edu:80

gimble.cs.umd.edu:80

savoir.cs.umd.edu:80

www.cs.umd.edu:80

info.umd.edu:80

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terrapin.umd.edu:80

www.umiacs.umd.edu:80

w3eax.umd.edu:80

windvane.umd.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN -- COMPUTING CENTER [UMICH.EDU]

orpheus.citi.umich.edu:8080

www.citi.umich.edu:80

krusty.eecs.umich.edu:80

martini.eecs.umich.edu:3000

admin.rescomp.housing.umich.edu:80

www.css.itd.umich.edu:80

www.us.itd.umich.edu:80

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www.lib.umich.edu:80

rome.classics.lsa.umich.edu:80

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mendel.hgp.med.umich.edu:80

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http.sils.umich.edu:80

fiasco.snre.umich.edu:80

www.snre.umich.edu:80

madlab.sprl.umich.edu:3000

www.umcc.umich.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS - LOWELL [UML.EDU]

www.uml.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA [UMN.EDU]

s1.arc.umn.edu:80

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www.cdtl.umn.edu:80

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gopher.micro.umn.edu:70

mudhoney.micro.umn.edu:4324

www.micro.umn.edu:80

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stat.umn.edu:80

gopher.tc.umn.edu:80

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www.umn.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA [UNBC.EDU]

freenet.unbc.edu:80

www.unbc.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL [UNC.EDU]

bullhead.adp.unc.edu:80

www.adp.unc.edu:80

www.cs.unc.edu:80

ils.unc.edu:80

calypso.oit.unc.edu:80

sunsite.oit.unc.edu:80

sunsite.unc.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA AT LAS VEGAS [UNLV.EDU]

elmore.cs.unlv.edu:80

www.isri.unlv.edu:80

www.unlv.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA AT OMAHA [UNOMAHA.EDU]

www.unomaha.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA [UNR.EDU]

comics.scs.unr.edu:80

veronica.scs.unr.edu:70

UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA [UOKNOR.EDU]

chess.uoknor.edu:80

www.uoknor.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON [UOREGON.EDU]

bovine.uoregon.edu:80

cirl.uoregon.edu:80

jrusby.uoregon.edu:80

www.uoregon.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA [UPENN.EDU]

linc.cis.upenn.edu:5004

www.cis.upenn.edu:80

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mipgsun.mipg.upenn.edu:80

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towanda.sas.upenn.edu:80

eniac.seas.upenn.edu:80

pixmap.seas.upenn.edu:3333

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www.ssc.upenn.edu:80

www.upenn.edu:80

www-penninfo.upenn.edu:1962

archive.xrt.upenn.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA [USC.EDU]

usc.edu:80

cwis.usc.edu:80

elab-server.usc.edu:80

U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY [USMA.EDU]

euler.math.usma.edu:80

UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY [USU.EDU]

www.cass.usu.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH [UTAH.EDU]

www.cc.utah.edu:80

triumph.cs.utah.edu:80

www.math.utah.edu:80

corona.med.utah.edu:70

el-gopher.med.utah.edu:70

[NO NAME] [UTDALLAS.EDU]

ftp.utdallas.edu:80

www.utdallas.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN [UTEXAS.EDU]

sgdion1.arlut.utexas.edu:80

www.arlut.utexas.edu:80

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actlab.rtf.utexas.edu:3452

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UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE [UTK.EDU]

www.ce.utk.edu:80

netlib2.cs.utk.edu:80

gopher.lib.utk.edu:70

enigma.phys.utk.edu:80

solar.rtd.utk.edu:80

loki.ur.utk.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-EXTENSION [UWEX.EDU]

joe.uwex.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - MADISON [UWM]

www.cs.uwm.edu:80

csd4.csd.uwm.edu:80

www.uwm.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE [UWP.EDU]

cs.uwp.edu:80

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA [VIRGINIA.EDU]

holmes.acc.virginia.edu:80

ecosys.drdr.virginia.edu:80

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www.lib.virginia.edu:80

jefferson.village.virginia.edu:80

VIRGINIA TECH [VT.EDU]

morse.cns.vt.edu:80

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fox.cs.vt.edu:80

geosim.cs.vt.edu:80

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ecl.wustl.edu:80

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econwpa.wustl.edu:80

ibc.wustl.edu:80

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nimue.wustl.edu:80

pear.wustl.edu:80

schiller.wustl.edu:80

swarm.wustl.edu:80

wuarchive.wustl.edu:80

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cgsc.biology.yale.edu:80

pclt.cis.yale.edu:80

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hare.cs.yale.edu:9021

speleology.cs.yale.edu:80

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[email protected]'S NEW "WOW, IT'S BIG" COMPREHENSIVE HTTP SITE LIST

SORTED BY DOMAIN

"I rewrote the wanderer to do a breadth first search instead of depth
first because I realized I could do it with minimal effort. This list
may/will be semi-regularly updated.

Thanks to Dr. Michael Mauldin for supplementing this list with the data
from Lycos.

Some of these links may be malformed, but somewhere at each of these
sites, is supposedly a www server. No promises. All of the sites have
the paths truncated to /, so if a link doesn't go anywhere try the same
site, with "Overview.html" or "Welcome.html" or something like that."
___________________________________
This page and presentation of information is Copyright 1994 by Matthew
Gray ([email protected]). Permission is granted to distribute and use
this information freely, so long as this notice is kept with it. The
above art is copyright 1994 by Eri Izawa . Thanks." [by Matthew Gray].
___________________________________

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tig.com:80

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wais.com:80

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wimsey.com:80

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wired.com:80

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SORTED BY DOMAIN

"I rewrote the wanderer to do a breadth first search instead of depth
first because I realized I could do it with minimal effort. This list
may/will be semi-regularly updated.

Thanks to Dr. Michael Mauldin for supplementing this list with the data
from Lycos.

Some of these links may be malformed, but somewhere at each of these
sites, is supposedly a www server. No promises. All of the sites have
the paths truncated to /, so if a link doesn't go anywhere try the same
site, with "Overview.html" or "Welcome.html" or something like that.
___________________________________
This page and presentation of information is Copyright 1994 by Matthew
Gray ([email protected]). Permission is granted to distribute and use
this information freely, so long as this notice is kept with it. The
above art is copyright 1994 by Eri Izawa . Thanks." [by Matthew Gray].
___________________________________

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ginko.cecer.army.mil:8000

kazoo.cecer.army.mil:80

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polar.pica.army.mil:80

mr2.wes.army.mil:80

wsmr-simtel20.army.mil:80

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image.brl.mil:80

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sos.brl.mil:70

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nic.ddn.mil:80

dtnet12-134.dt.navy.mil:80

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bradbury.nrl.navy.mil:80

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netlab.itd.nrl.navy.mil:80

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SORTED BY DOMAIN

"I rewrote the wanderer to do a breadth first search instead of depth
first because I realized I could do it with minimal effort. This list
may/will be semi-regularly updated.

Thanks to Dr. Michael Mauldin for supplementing this list with the data
from Lycos.

Some of these links may be malformed, but somewhere at each of these
sites, is supposedly a www server. No promises. All of the sites have
the paths truncated to /, so if a link doesn't go anywhere try the same
site, with "Overview.html" or "Welcome.html" or something like that.
___________________________________
This page and presentation of information is Copyright 1994 by Matthew
Gray ([email protected]). Permission is granted to distribute and use
this information freely, so long as this notice is kept with it. The
above art is copyright 1994 by Eri Izawa . Thanks." [by Matthew Gray].
___________________________________

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acm.org:80

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www.amug.org:80

www.econet.apc.org:80

aps.org:80

www.aps.org:80

www.bethany.org:80

rsi.cee.org:80

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hobbes.radiology.chmc.org:80

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cnidr.org:80

cnidr.org:210

cnidr.org:5051

grimmy.cnidr.org:80

k12.cnidr.org:80

kudzu.cnidr.org:5050

kudzu.cnidr.org:80

www.cnidr.org:5050

www.cnidr.org:80

cosn.org:70

cpsr.org:80

www.cpsr.org:80

clio.cshl.org:80

helix.cshl.org:80

siva.cshl.org:80

www.cshl.org:80

www.cyberspace.org:80

ftp.eff.org:80

gopher.eff.org:70

www.eff.org:80

envirolink.org:80

www.erim.org:80

arch-http.hq.eso.org:80

ecf.hq.eso.org:80

http.hq.eso.org:80

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gopher.gdb.org:70

gopher.gdb.org:80

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town.hall.org:80

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drum.ncsc.org:80

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SORTED BY DOMAIN

"I rewrote the wanderer to do a breadth first search instead of depth
first because I realized I could do it with minimal effort. This list
may/will be semi-regularly updated.

Thanks to Dr. Michael Mauldin for supplementing this list with the data
from Lycos.

Some of these links may be malformed, but somewhere at each of these
sites, is supposedly a www server. No promises. All of the sites have
the paths truncated to /, so if a link doesn't go anywhere try the same
site, with "Overview.html" or "Welcome.html" or something like that.
___________________________________
This page and presentation of information is Copyright 1994 by Matthew
Gray ([email protected]). Permission is granted to distribute and use
this information freely, so long as this notice is kept with it. The
above art is copyright 1994 by Eri Izawa . Thanks." [by Matthew Gray].
___________________________________

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[2]Who We Are[3]What We Do[4]Preparing for a Disaster[5]Help After A Disaster[6]
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[11]Disaster Application Center
[12]Disaster Assistance
[13]Disaster Assistance Employees
[14]Earthquake
[15]Earthquake Mitigation
[16]Emergency Support Functions
[17]ESF
[18]Exercises
[19]Extreme Heat
[20]Family Protection Program
[21]Farmers Home Administration
[22]FCO
[23]Federal Coordinating Officer
[24]FEMA Organization
[25]Federal Crime Insurance Program
[26]Federal Insurance Administration Directorate
[27]Federal Response Plan
[28]FCIP
[29]FIA
[30]Flood
[31]Flood Insurance Claims
[32]Flood Mitigation
[33]HELP AFTER A DISASTER
[34]Hurricane
[35]I WANT TO KNOW
[36]Immediate Help
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[41]Landslides and Mudflows
[42]LIBRARY
[43]Matching Mitigation Funds
[44]Mission Statement
[45]Mitigation
[46]Mitigation Directorate
[47]National Fire Academy
[48]NEWS DESK
[49]Operations Support Directorate
[50]Partners
[51]Photo Library
[52]Planning
[53]Preparedness
[54]Preparedness, Training and Exercises Directorate
[55]PREPARING FOR A DISASTER
[56]Presidential Disaster Declaration
[57]Prevention
[58]Publications
[59]Recovery
[60]Regional and Area Offices
[61]Response
[62]Response and Recovery Directorate
[63]Risk Reduction
[64]Small Business Administration
[65]Thunderstorms
[66]Tornadoes
[67]Training
[68]Tsunamis
[69]Questions
[70]USFA
[71]United States Fire Adminstration Directorate
[72]Vision Statement
[73]Volcanoes
[74]WHAT WE DO
[75]WHO WE ARE
[76]Wildland Fires
[77]Winter Driving
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[79]Who We Are
[80]FEMA Organization - [81]Mitigation Directorate
- [82]Preparedness, Training, and Excercises Directorate
- [83]Response and Recovery Directorate
- [84]Federal Insurance Administration
- [85]U.S. Fire Administration
- [86]Operations Directorate
- [87]Regional Offices
[88]Disaster Assistance Employees
[89]Partners
[90]Regional Offices
[91]What We Do
[92]Mitigation
[93]Preparedness - [94]Planning
- [95]Training
- [96]Excercises
- [97]Information
- [98]Family Protection Program
[99]Response - [100]Presidential Disaster Declaration
- [101]Federal Response Plan
- [102]Emergency Support Functions
[103]Recovery
[104]Preparing For A Disaster
[105]Earthquakes
[106]Extreme Heat
[107]Floods
[108]Hurricanes
[109]Landslides and Mudflows
[110]Tornadoes
[111]Tsunamis
[112]Volcanoes
[113]Wildland Fires
[114]Help After A Disaster
[115]Individual Assistance Programs
[116]Am I eligible for Federal assistance? How do I apply?
[117]Where can I get food and water?
[118]Where can I find a place to stay?
[119]How can I get in touch with my family?
[120]How can I afford to rebuild?
[121]What if my home was destroyed?
[122]What if I lost my job?
[123]What if I don't have any insurance?
[124]I think I need legal help. What do I do?
[125]Is crisis counseling available?
[126]What about my pets?
[127]What if I lost my business or farm?
[128]I Want to Know About
[129]Disasters
[130]Disaster Assistance Programs
[131]How the Public Can Help Disaster Victims
[132]Library
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[3]* New NTDB Programs for October 1994

[4]* NTDB Programs with Major Updates in October 1994

* An Alphabetical Listing of All NTDB Programs.

[25] A Basic Guide to Exporting - last updated 11/23/92

[26]A Comprehensive Guide to International Trade Terms - last updated
3/23/94.

[27]Aerospace Industry: Directories and Reports - last updated 09/23/94.

[28]Agworld Attache Reports - last updated 10/20/94.

[29]American Chambers of Commerce Abroad - last updated 10/20/93.

[30]Annual Report on the Impact of the Andean Trade Preference Act on U.S.
Industries and Consumers and on Drug Crop Eradication and Crop Substitution -
last updated 10/20/94.

[31]Army Area Handbooks - last updated 4/20/94.

[32]Asian Development Bank Business Opportunities - last updated 10/20/94.

[33]Assets (U.S.) Abroad and Foreign Assets in the U.S. - last updated
8/23/93.

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[35]Background Notes - last updated 10/20/94.

[36]Bankable Deals: A Small Business Guide to Trade Finance - last updated
09/23/94.

[37]BISNIS Bulletin (Newly Independent States) - last updated 7/20/94.

[38]Breaking into the Trade Game: Small Business - last updated 09/23/94.

[39]Bureau of Export Administration (BXA) Annual Report - last updated
9/22/92.

[40]Bureau of Export Administration (BXA) Today - updated 9/22/92.

[41]Business America - last updated 10/04/94.

[42]Businesses (U.S.) Aquired & Established by Foreign Companies - last
updated 11/17/93.

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[44]China's Trade Fairs and Exhibitions - last updated 5/26/94.

[45]Clean Coal Technology Export Program - last updated 3/23/93.

[46]Coal and Coal Technology Export Assistance - last updated 2/18/93.

[47]Compilation of World Motor Vehicle Import Regulation - last updated
08/25/94.

[48]Computer Markets - Trade Events and Sources - last updated 10/20/94.

[49]Copyright Protection for Computer Software - last updated 6/14/94.

[50]Country Commercial Guides - last updated 08/25/94.

[51]Country Reports on Economic Policy and Trade - last updated 7/19/94.

[52]Country Reports on Human Rights Practices - last updated 6/16/94.

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[54]Defense Conversion Directories for the Newly Independent States.

[55]Direct Investment Abroad - last updated 10/04/93.

[56]Directory of Trading and Investment - last updated 6/13/94.

[57]Directory of U.S. Coal & Technology Exports Resources.

[58]Domestic and International Coal Issues - last updated 10/20/94.

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[60]Eastern Europe Looks for Partners - last updated 10/20/94.

[61]Environmental Technologies Exports: Strategic Framework - last updated
6/14/94.

[62]European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) - last updated
10/20/94.

[63]Europe Now: A Report - last updated 10/18/93.

[64]Export Administration Regulations - last updated 09/26/94.

[65]Export-Import Bank Programs and Information - last updated 10/20/94.

[66]Export-Import Bank Quarterly Report - last updated 12/13/92.

[67]Export Assistance Contact List - last updated 9/17/93.

[68]Export Control Programs - Seminars and Workshops (BXA West) - last
updated 09/23/94.

[69]Export Licensing Information - last updated 9/22/92.

[70]Export Programs: A Business Directory of U.S. Government Resources - last
updated 5/17/94 .

[71]Export Promotion Calender - last updated 10/20/94.

[72]Export Promotion Programs and Services, US&FCS - last updated
09/23/94.

[73]Export Yellow Pages - last updated 6/22/94.

[74]Exports from Manufacturing Establishments - last updated 11/15/93.

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[76]Fish and Fishery Product Imports and Exports - last updated 10/20/94.

[77]Foreign Direct Investment in the U.S. - Annual Transactions - last
updated 9/21/93.

[78]Foreign Direct Investment in the U.S. - Balance of Payments - last
updated 09/28/94.

[79]Foreign Labor Trends - last updated 5/09/94.

[80]Foreign Production, Supply & Distributionof Agricultural Commodities -
last updated 7/21/94.

[81]Foreign Spot Exchange Rates - last updated 10/19/93.

[82]Foreign Three Month Interest Rates - last updated 10/19/93.

[83]Foreign Trade Highlights, U.S. - last updated 7/21/93.

[84]Foreign Trade Update- Monthly Analysis, U.S. - last updated 7/22/94.

[85]Foreign Traders Index - last updated 7/15/94.

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[87]General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), 1994 - last updated

[88]GATT Standards Code Activities of NIST - last updated 11/23/93.

[89]Impact of the Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act - last updated
10/20/94.

[90]Implementation of the National Export Strategy - last updated 6/21/94.

[91]Industrial Outlook, U.S. - last updated 12/23/93.

[92]Industrial Outlook for Petroleum and Natural Gas - last updated 9/22/92 .

[93]Industry Trade and Technology Review - last updated 10/20/94.

[94]International Automotive Industry Trade Shows - last updated 2/15/94.

[95]International Business Practices - last updated 3/22/93.

[96]International Energy Annual - last updated 4/20/94.

[97]International Labor Statistics - last updated 09/28/94.

[98]International Narcotics Control Strategies - last updated 6/21/94.

[99]International Services - last updated 2/23/94.

[100]International Social Security Agreement - last updated 09/23/94.

[101]International Transactions (Balance of Payments), U.S. - last updated
1/06/94.

[102]ISO 9000 Standard Series: Quality and Related Issues - last updated
2/22/93.

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[104]Key Officers of Foreign Service Posts - last updated 4/07/94.

[105]Legal Aspects of International Trade and Investment - last updated
6/16/94.

[106]Maritime Administration Programs and Information - last updated 4/01/94.

[107]Market Research Reports - last updated 7/22/94.

[108]Manufacturers Trade Performance - Quarterly Report, U.S. - last updated
7/21/94.

[109]Merchandise Trade (Balance of Payments Basis), U.S. - last updated
7/21/94.

[110]Merchandise Trade - Exports by Commodity - last updated 7/25/94.

[111]Merchandise Trade - Exports by Country - last updated 7/25/94.

[112]Merchandise Trade - Imports by Commodity - last updated 7/25/94.

[113]Merchandise Trade - Imports by Country - last updated 7/25/94.

[114]Minerals Yearbook - last updated 7/20/94.

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[116]NAFTA Implementation Resource Guide - last updated 3/24/94.

[117]National Standards and Metric Information Programs - last updated
11/18/92.

[118]National Trade Estimates Report on Foreign Trade Barriers - last updated
6/22/93.

[119]North American Free Trade Agreement Information - last updated 10/20/92.

[120]North American Free Trade Agreement (Preliminary) - last updated
9/17/92.

[121]North American Free Trade Agreement Treaty - last updated 11/18/93.

[122]North American Quality System Registration Organizations - last updated

[123]OPIC Program Summaries - last updated 10/20/94.

[124]Opportunity in Mexico: A Small Business Guide - last updated 6/21/93.

[125]Options to Increase Exports of U.S. Energy Technology - last updated
3/23/93.

[126]Organizations Conducting Standards-Related Activities - last updated
10/21/91.

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[128]Patterns of Global Terrorism - last updated 5/20/94.

[129]Remarks by Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade
Administration - last updated 10/20/94.

[130]Research Facilities of Foreign Companies, U.S. - last updated 4/21/93.

[131]Resource Guide to Doing Business in Central & Eastern Europe - last
updated 5/19/94.

[132]Russian/Ukrainian Aerospace Directory

[133]SABIT Exchange - last updated 08/25/94.

[134]SBA News and Loan Programs - last updated 6/16/94.

[135]Software International - last updated 10/20/94.

[136]State Department Dispatch - last updated 10/20/94.

[137]State of Origin of Exports (MISER) - last updated 4/26/94.

[138]State Trade Contacts last updated 10/20/94.

[139]Stock Price Indices for the G-10 Countries - last updated 10/19/93.

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[141]Tariffs & Other Taxes on Computer Hardware and Software - last updated
08/25/94.

[142]Telecommunications Information and Reports - last updated 09/23/94">

[143]Three-Month CD Interest Rates - last updated 2/23/94.

[144]Total Mid-Year Population & Projection - last updated 08/23/94.

[145]Trade and Employment - last updated 3/23/93.

[146]Trade Between the U.S. and Current/Former Non-Market Economies - last
updated 5/24/94.

[147]Trade Projections Report to the Congress - last updated 6/12/91.

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[149]Understanding United States Foreign Trade Data - last updated 1/21/93.

[150]USAID Business Information - last updated 6/22/94.

[151]U.S. AID Congressional Presentation and Statistics - last updated
08/24/94.

[152]USDA Foreign Agricultural Service Trade Information Products - last
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[153]U.S. Trade and Development Agency Bi-Weekly - last updated 10/20/94.

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Software: You can download the free client software via anonymous FTP from:

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It is also on America Online in the "Computing and Software" area.

Connecting: A sample of just a few International OneNet Hubs (dial-up modem
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(there are hundreds of locally connected OneNet affiliate BBS's the world
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Tuesday evenings at 10EDT, there's a First Class discussion group on AOL (in
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compared to a fire-hydrant of commentary and passionate opinions, both
positive and negative.

Connecting:

Contact your local Netnews provider to get a Usenet feed that subscribes to
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Whats new : major newsgroups revision; WWW, gopher info included

This is a very quick attempt to compile a list of useful places to
visit on the Internet if you have access (obviously!). If you know of
any further info please email me :
Martyn Williams, CIS 100025,1637 ; Internet [email protected]

I haven't actually tried all of the newsgroups, just gone on name !
Please inform me of any errors / updates and if there is sufficient
interest I will post this list regularly. Please feel free to
distribute it but it MUST remain as is. No alterations are to be made.


FTP SITES FOR SOFTWARE / FILES :
ftp ftp.foretune.co.jp
ftp utsun.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp
ftp ftp.uwtc.washington.edu
ftp tohoku.ac.jp
ftp osaka-ned.ac.jp
ftp monu6.cc.monash.edu.au lots of Japanese software !
ftp phys.keio.ac.jp
ftp kilroy.jpl.nasa.gov /pub/misc - JWP
ftp ftp.wide-ad.jp
ftp ftp.kuis.kyoto-u.ac.jp
ftp ftp.ucselx.sdsu.edu
/pub/doc/etext/japan-that-can-say-no.txt
ftp ftp.tcp.com
/pub/anime/Images/*
ftp ftp.spies.com
/Library/Article/Language/grammar.zip

TELNET SITES :
telnet gan.ncc.go.jp login : gopher
telnet gopher.ntt.or.jp
telnet archie.wide.ad.jp login : archie
telnet archie.kuis.kyoto-u.ac.jp login : archie

GOPHER :
gopher gopher.ntt.jp NTT site
gopher gopher.ccu.edu.tw Anime
gopher gopher.nips.ac.jp Japanese Usenet News, Weather

WORLD WIDE WEB :
www http://www.ntt.jp/japan/ Japan Homepage - recommended !

NEWSGROUPS :
alt.bonsai
alt.buddha.short.fat.guy
alt.japanese.text
asia.ads
bit.listserv.seasia-l
cl.asien.suedostasien
clari.world.asia
comp.research.japan
finet.kielet.japani
kyushu.kitakyushu.misc
misc.news.southasia
sci.lang.japan
soc.culture.japan
ucb.study.abroad.japan
uiuc.org.japanese

tnn.admin
tnn.archives
tnn.archives.mirrors
tnn.books
tnn.chem
tnn.cm.new-product
tnn.comm.pager
tnn.culture.kansai
tnn.foods.kansai
tnn.forsale
tnn.forum.avs
tnn.forum.canna
tnn.forum.global-brain
tnn.forum.tron
tnn.general
tnn.internauts
tnn.internet.firewall
tnn.living
tnn.mail
tnn.mail.uucp
tnn.medical
tnn.music.early.lute
tnn.netnews
tnn.netnews.dream
tnn.netnews.inn
tnn.netnews.stats
tnn.netusers
tnn.os.bsd-on-386
tnn.os.dosv
tnn.os.msdos
tnn.rec.4wd
tnn.religion.catholic
tnn.soccer.j-league
tnn.soccer.j-league.antlers
tnn.soccer.j-league.grampus-eight
tnn.soccer.j-league.jubilo
tnn.soccer.j-league.marinos
tnn.software
tnn.sports.triathlon
tnn.support.hyperad.ip
tnn.support.hyperad.uucp
tnn.sys.ibm-pc
tnn.sys.news
tnn.sys.zaurus
tnn.test
tnn.travel.report


(some fj newsgroups are in kanji !)

fj.ai
fj.announce
fj.archives.answers
fj.archives.documents
fj.archives.misc
fj.binaries.mac
fj.binaries.misc
fj.binaries.msdos
fj.binaries.msdos.d
fj.binaries.x68000
fj.books
fj.comp.arch
fj.comp.comm
fj.comp.dev.cdrom
fj.comp.dev.disk
fj.comp.dev.misc
fj.comp.dev.pcmcia
fj.comp.dev.scsi
fj.comp.dev.tape
fj.comp.dsp
fj.comp.image
fj.comp.misc
fj.comp.music
fj.comp.oops
fj.comp.parallel
fj.comp.printers
fj.comp.speech
fj.comp.texhax
fj.comp.text
fj.comp.theory
fj.editor.emacs
fj.editor.misc
fj.editor.mule
fj.editor.sse
fj.education
fj.education.math
fj.followup
fj.forsale
fj.forsale.autos
fj.forsale.books
fj.forsale.comp
fj.forsale.tickets
fj.general
fj.guide.admin
fj.guide.general
fj.guide.newusers
fj.info-terms
fj.jokes
fj.junet
fj.jus
fj.kanakan.misc
fj.kanakan.wnn
fj.kanji
fj.kermit
fj.lan
fj.lang.ada
fj.lang.awk
fj.lang.c
fj.lang.c++
fj.lang.cobol
fj.lang.forth
fj.lang.fortran
fj.lang.lisp
fj.lang.misc
fj.lang.mod2
fj.lang.perl
fj.lang.postscript
fj.lang.prolog
fj.lang.st80
fj.lang.tcl
fj.lectures
fj.life.children
fj.life.in-japan
fj.life.money
fj.life.religion
fj.living
fj.mail
fj.mail-lists.apollo
fj.mail-lists.common-lisp
fj.mail-lists.connectionist
fj.mail-lists.info-japan
fj.mail-lists.nihongo
fj.mail-lists.parallel
fj.mail-lists.reduce
fj.mail-lists.types
fj.mail-lists.x-window
fj.meetings
fj.misc
fj.misc.handicap
fj.net.fax
fj.net.fddi
fj.net-people
fj.net.im-net
fj.net.ip
fj.net.isdn
fj.net.infosystems.announce
fj.net.infosystems.archie
fj.net.infosystems.dns
fj.net.infosystems.ftp
fj.net.infosystems.gopher
fj.net.infosystems.misc
fj.net.infosystems.wais
fj.net.infosystems.wwfs
fj.net.infosystems.www
fj.net.media.ethernet
fj.net.modems
fj.net.modems.fax
fj.net.phones
fj.net.programming
fj.net.misc
fj.net.uucp
fj.news.adm
fj.news.announce
fj.news.b
fj.news.config
fj.news.group
fj.news.group.archives
fj.news.group.comp
fj.news.group.misc
fj.news.group.net
fj.news.group.rec
fj.news.group.sci
fj.news.group.soc
fj.news.lists
fj.news.map
fj.news.misc
fj.news.newsite
fj.news.policy
fj.news.sa
fj.news.usage
fj.os.386bsd
fj.os.linux
fj.os.minix
fj.os.misc
fj.os.msdos
fj.os.os9
fj.papers
fj.ptt
fj.questions.junet
fj.questions.misc
fj.questions.unix
fj.rec.aerospace
fj.rec.animation
fj.rec.autos
fj.rec.autos.sports
fj.rec.av
fj.rec.baseball
fj.rec.bicycles
fj.rec.bus
fj.rec.comics
fj.rec.fine-arts
fj.rec.fishing
fj.rec.food
fj.rec.games
fj.rec.games.arcade.pinball
fj.rec.games.video
fj.rec.games.video.arcade
fj.rec.games.video.home
fj.rec.games.video.pc
fj.rec.ham
fj.rec.idol
fj.rec.marine
fj.rec.misc
fj.rec.models
fj.rec.motorcycles
fj.rec.movies
fj.rec.music
fj.rec.music.classical
fj.rec.music.progressive
fj.rec.mystery
fj.rec.pachinko
fj.rec.pets
fj.rec.photo
fj.rec.play
fj.rec.radio
fj.rec.rail
fj.rec.sf
fj.rec.sports
fj.rec.sports.american.football
fj.rec.sports.baseball
fj.rec.sports.basketball
fj.rec.sports.football
fj.rec.sports.golf
fj.rec.sports.keiba
fj.rec.sports.prowrestling
fj.rec.sports.rugby
fj.rec.sports.ski
fj.rec.sports.soccer
fj.rec.tokusatsu
fj.rec.travel
fj.rec.travel.air
fj.rec.travel.japan
fj.rec.travel.world
fj.rec.tv
fj.rec.video.arcade
fj.sci.astro
fj.sci.bio
fj.sci.chem
fj.sci.geo
fj.sci.human-factors
fj.sci.informatics
fj.sci.lang
fj.sci.math
fj.sci.medical
fj.sci.misc
fj.sci.physics
fj.sci.psychology
fj.soc.culture
fj.soc.culture.chinese
fj.soc.environment
fj.soc.history
fj.soc.human-rights
fj.soc.law
fj.soc.media
fj.soc.men-women
fj.soc.misc
fj.soc.smoking
fj.soc.tech
fj.soc.traffic
fj.sources
fj.sources.d
fj.sources.mac
fj.std
fj.sys.ews4800
fj.sys.famicom
fj.sys.hp
fj.sys.ibmpc
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AIDS Clinical Trials 1-800-TRIALS A

AIDS Clearinghouse 1-800-458-5231

Alzheimer's Disease and
Related Disorders 1-800-438-4380

National Institute on
Aging Information Center 1-800-222-2225

National Clearinghouse on Alcohol
and Drug Information 1-800-729-6686

Cancer Research and Treatment 1-800-4-CANCER

National Institute on Drug Abuse
Work-place Help line 1-800-843-4971

Drug Abuse Information and
Treatment Referral Line 1-800-662-4357

National Institute on Deafness
and Other Communication Disorders
Clearinghouse 1-800-241-1044
1-800-241-1055 (TTD/TT)

National Institute of Mental Health
Depression 1-800-421-4211

National Institute of Mental Health
Panic 1-800-64-PANIC

National Institute of
Neurological Disorders and Stroke
Information Office 1-800-352-9424

National Network of Libraries
of Medicine 1-800-338-7657

Office of Medical Applications of
Research 1-800-NIH-OMAR


NON-TOLL-FREE NIH INFORMATION LINES

National Diabetes Information
Clearinghouse 301-468-2162

National Digestive Diseases Information
Clearinghouse 301-468-6344

National Kidney and Urologic Diseases
Information Clearinghouse 301-468-6345

National Heart, Lung, and Blood
Institute Information Center 301-251-1222

National Oral Health Information
Clearinghouse 301-402-7364


NIH'S INSTITUTES, CENTERS, AND DIVISIONS

Office of the Director
301-496-1766

National Cancer Institute
301-496-5583

National Eye Institute
301-496-5248

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
301-496-4236

National Institute on Aging
301-496-1752

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
301-443-3860

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
301-496-5717

National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin
Diseases
301-496-8188

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
301-496-5133

National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
301-496-7243

National Institute of Dental Research
301-496-4261

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
301-496-3583

National Institute on Drug Abuse
301-443-1124

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
919-541-2605

National Institute of General Medical Sciences
301-496-7301

National Institute of Mental Health
301-443-4513

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
301-496-5751

National Institute of Nursing Research
301-496-0207

National Library of Medicine
301-496-6308

National Center for Human Genome Research
301-402-0911

National Center for Research Resources
301-594-7938

John E. Fogarty International Center
301-496-2075

Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center
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[ 2] D-G-INDX.TXT 14,331 01/09/94 | Subject words D-G in the NIH
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[ 3] H-L-INDX.TXT 16,194 01/09/94 | Subject words H-L in the NIH
Dwnlds: 69 DL Time 00:00:11 | Information Index

[ 4] M-P-INDX.TXT 20,790 01/09/94 | Subject words M-P in the NIH
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[ 5] NIHINDEX.TXT 89,850 10/13/93 | Locate diseases under investigation,
Dwnlds: 76 DL Time 00:01:03 | phone numbers provided

[ 6] NIHINDEX.ZIP 24,006 10/13/93 | Locate diseases under investigation,
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[ 7] Q-T-INDX.TXT 15,383 01/09/94 | Subject words Q-T in the NIH
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[ 1] U-Z-INDX.TXT 4,808 01/09/94 | Subject words U-Z in the NIH
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[ 2] ALCPUBS.TXT 4,536 06/05/94 | Nat'l Inst on Alcohol Abuse &
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[ 3] ARTPUBS.TXT 4,530 06/05/94 | Nat'l Inst of Arthritis &
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[ 4] CCPUBS.TXT 3,679 06/05/94 | Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center,
Dwnlds: 15 DL Time 00:00:02 | publications list

[ 5] CHDPUBS.TXT 5,061 06/05/94 | Nat'l Inst of Child Health & Human
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[ 6] COMBINED.TXT 94,494 06/05/94 | Compilation of all lists in this area
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[ 7] DCRTPUBS.TXT 2,684 06/05/94 | Division of Computer Research &
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[ 1] DDKPUBS.TXT 6,317 06/05/94 | Nat'l Inst of Diabetes & Digestive &
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[ 2] DEAFPUBS.TXT 3,659 06/05/94 | Nat'l Ins't on Deafness & Other
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[ 3] DENPUBS.TXT 4,124 06/05/94 | National Institute of Dental Research,
Dwnlds: 18 DL Time 00:00:02 | publications list

[ 4] DRGPUBS.TXT 4,589 06/05/94 | Division of Research Grants,
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[ 5] EHSPUBS.TXT 3,569 06/05/94 | Nat'l Inst of Environmental Health
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[ 6] FICPUBS.TXT 3,591 06/05/94 | Fogarty International Center
Dwnlds: 15 DL Time 00:00:02 | Publications

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