June 17, 1994
World Wide Web:
- Cryptography, PGP, and Your Privacy page: includes the PGP documentation (authored by Phil Zimmermann), links to the PGP- related FAQs and newsgroups, links to various archives where PGP can be obtained (for UNIX, PCs, and Macs), a quick reference sheet for PGP, links to other cryptography/PGP/privacy pages (including the Cypherpunks Home Page), and a sub-page devoted to information about the Clipper chip.
- Coombs Computing Unit, Research Schools of Social Sciences & Pacific and Asian Studies at the Australian National University now runs a WWW automated subscription facility for its range of the electronic forums - the Coombslists.
- Computer Music Journal: A quarterly journal published by MIT Press including electroacoustic, electronic and computer music;software and hardware for digital audio signal processing; music notation, printing and archival systems; music representation and cognition; new musical performance interfaces; aesthetics of contemporary music.
- Computer Science departments home page.
- The Freenets Home Page: links to all Free-Net gophers/telnet-logins, WWW sites, relevant documents, conferences, electronic journals, and newsgroups.
- The Italian WWW community has set up the first mailing list in the Italian language for World-Wide Web users and information providers, named WebIt.
- Ministry of Education, Singapore: provides information on the education system in Singapore.
- The New York Journal of Mathematics.
- The National Library of Medicine: HyperDOC, a completely redesigned Web server, which now includes electronic access to all of the library's on-line database services (some of which require registered accounts), an interactive multimedia course on the history and uses of the Internet, several new multimedia exhibits from the History of Medicine Division (HMD), and the Web's first large cataloged image collection, nearly 60,000 images from the HMD prints and photographs collection, known as On-Line Images from the History of Medicine (OLI/HMD). (Note: OLI/HMD requires NCSA Mosaic for X, version 2.4, or a functionally equivalent browser supporting HTML forms with hidden fields).
- National Trade Data Bank, U. S. Department of Commerce: Over 300,000 documents which include over 130 information programs from over 20 federal sources such as the Department's Foreign Trader's Index, the Export Yellow Pages, the Trade Opportunities Program, and Market Research Reports.
- The Strasbourg Astronomical Data Center (CDS), Strasbourg Astronomical Observatory, France. Includes tables from Astronomy and Astrophysics and other major journals. A&A and A&AS Abstracts from Astronomy and Astrophysics main journal, and Supplement Series. The Star*s Family of products, including two new on-line databases: StarWorlds, and StarBits. Files of URLs (addresses on the Web) and anchors, for organizations and services, as well as for individuals. The AstroWeb database of Astronomical Internet resources. The MediaTheque project. TOPbase: The database of the OPACITY project.
- Recently announced college and university World WideWeb servers:
- Boston University School of Medicine, Department of Biophysics
- Chicago-Kent College of Law
- Duke Univeristy Medical Center
- Rice University, Baylor College of Medicine, and the University of Houston, W.M. Keck Center for Computational Biology
- University of California - Davis, Atmospheric Science Group
- The University of Kaiserslautern, Germany (German)
- University of Turku, Finland (Finnish)
- University of Wisconsin, Institute for Molecular Virology
- University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
- Stanford University, Cognitive and Psychological Sciences Department
- State University of Stony Brook, Research Informatics (Includes technology transfer, economic development, international interests.)
- Alliance for Public Technology
- Collection of links to U.S. Community Colleges
- Escuela Politecnica Nacional, Ecuador (Spanish)
- University of Costa Rica (Spanish)
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
- National Archives (NARA)
- Society for Neuroscience
- Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Mexico (Spanish)
National Information Infrastructure (NII):New on the Department of Commerce NTIA Gopher:
- Calendar of Upcoming Public Events
- IITF's June Report (06/08/94)
- ITF Factsheet (Revised 06/08/94)
- 04/05/94 GITS Meeting Minutes
- 05/03/94 GITS Meeting Minutes
- "The Information Superhighway should have 'No Outlet' signs posted at the entry to paths that are under construction, just like real roads do!"
-- overheard at a table of Internauts whining :-) about Gopher menus "announced before their time."
- The Hang Gliding Mosaic Picture Server is a new WWW server full of hang gliding and para gliding related material, including: a large collection of hang gliding photos, hang gliding movies, the hang gliding FAQ, archived issues of the hang gliding mailing list digest, programs related to hang gliding, links to other aviation servers and more.
- Personal Finance Center: Features a complete collection of links to the personal finance and investment resources of the Internet.
[Note: When last checked by the Internet Scout team, this site URL was no longer available.]
- Pixel Pushers, a gallery of artworks on paper produced by some of the world's top illustrators and fine artists working in electronic media. On June 15th 1994, Pixel Pushers became North America's first digital art show held concurrently in real space and in cyberspace. It opened in "real space" at Granville Island, Vancouver where computer-generated work of the internationally respected digital fine artists and photographers are on display as signed and numbered limited editions printed on various media. For that "next best thing to being there" feeling, check out the Rogues' Gallery--live pictures from the opening festivities at Granville Island. You can also read and sign the Guest Book.
- World Cup USA '94 "Official" Web site.