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View Resource ACTIVEX.COM: The Way to Find ActiveX Controls on the Internet

Now that ActiveX is making a bid to be the standard of interactivity for the web, c|net presents a new site that claims to offer the most comprehensive library of ActiveX controls on the Internet. In addition to an extensive categorized library of controls, visitors to the site will find news and commentary about this emerging "standard." This week, for example, users can read about the...

https://download.cnet.com/s/developers-activex/windows/?tag=...
View Resource Browser Central: The Latest Reviews, Tips, Downloads, and News

The tireless public servants at c|net have served up a new informational area, focusing on the ceaseless march of web browser applications. Reviews and tips are organized by browser version, and cover features, comparisons, and even opinions on the development of HTML. A constantly updated selection of browser-focused headlines from News.com appears on the page. The browser survival guide offers...

https://www.cnet.com/
View Resource Big Brother

Big Brother is an easy to use tool for fast and efficient site hyperlink checks. This Macintosh shareware (cost of $10) was developed by Franois Pottier, a theoretical computer science student at Projet Cristal, INRIA (The French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control). All that Big Brother requires is a URL and it takes care of the rest. The output includes a detailed...

http://pauillac.inria.fr/~fpottier/brother.html.en
View Resource Download Mozilla Source

Netscape offers its browser source code at its Mozilla.org (discussed in the Feburary 27, 1998 Scout Report) site. The compressed code is available for Macintosh, Unix, and Windows operating systems, and is between 8.8 and 11.9 Mb. Netscape strongly points out that this is source code, not executable programs, that it is of use to developers only, and that it "will be unstable." More information...

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Developer_g...
View Resource RealPlayer

The RealPlayer free software player allows users with audio capability the ability to listen to audio files "on demand." The files are played-back instantaneously while they are downloading, rather than waiting for the entire file to be downloaded before the user can begin listening. As audio files are usually large, there is a user-friendly advantage in this technology. RealPlayer allows for...

http://www.real.com/?lsrc=rd301
View Resource Jigsaw Overview

W3C, the World Wide Web Consortium (last described in the Scout Report for November 27, 1998), has recently released Jigsaw 2.0.0 to the general public. Jigsaw is "W3C's leading-edge Web server platform, providing a sample HTTP 1.1 implementation and a variety of other features on top of an advanced architecture implemented in Java." Jigsaw is meant to be a flexible and continually evolving, yet...

http://www.w3.org/Jigsaw/RelNotes.html
View Resource WinZip

WinZip is an MS Windows utility that allows users to easily extract files from a compressed archive file. In addition to the ubiquitous .zip archive format, WinZip supports a variety of formats often found on the Internet, including .tar, .gz, .tgz, BinHex, and the MIME format often used in email messages. For storing files offline or sending files to a friend or colleague, WinZip allows users to...

https://www.winzip.com/mac/en/
View Resource OstroSoft Internet Tools 4

You're trying to browse through your favorite site, but the pages are loading at a snail's pace. Has the site caught the fancy of the world at large and been overwhelmed with users? Is your ISP trying to pinch pennies and sign up more customers than their network can support? Or is the problem somewhere else? With Traceroute, one of the utilities in OstroSoft's Internet Tools 4 package, you'll...

http://ostrosoft.com/ostronet.aspx
View Resource DAVE

DAVE is a cross-platform networking utility for the MacOS. DAVE allows Macintosh users to participate in Microsoft networks. It offers full support for peer-to-peer networking and for Macintosh clients on a Windows NT network, including file sharing, Postscript printer sharing, and messaging services. Macintosh users normally mount Windows's shared volumes through the chooser, but can also browse...

http://www.thursby.com/products/dave
View Resource Odigo 2.5 beta

The latest version of the Odigo instant messaging (IM) software promises users the ability to communicate with both versions of AOL's popular IM services, AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) and ICQ, for the first time. These two services do not work with each other and previous attempts by third parties, such as MSN, to communicate with AIM were blocked by AOL. In addition to instant-messaging with...

http://sendfwd.com/?dn=odigo.com&pid=7PO2UM885
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