June 24, 1994
World Wide Web:
- Chernobyl Nuclear Accident document collection. Includes the most recent official version of the events surrounding the Chernobyl accident (published in 1992), materials from the Chernobyl Kurchatov Institute Expedition, and scientific and mass media publications on the topic. Provided by the Information Analytical Center of Physics Nuclear Institute, Kurchatov Institute, Moscow.
- Human-Languages Page. German-to-English (and vice-versa) dictionary, "Travelers Japanese" lessons, an introduction to the Slovene alphabet, a source of Russian and Eastern-European languages and literature, and more. If translation volunteers are found, the Page will be translated into various human languages to make it more accessable by non-English speakers.
- Internal Auditing World Wide Web (IAWWW). Internet resources of interest to auditors, conference information, discussion groups, white papers, and more.
- Internet Poetry Archive. Selected poems from a number of contemporary poets in several languages are featured, including text, photo of poet, voice of poet reading the poem, select bibliography, and brief biographical note.
- CSC Mathematical Topics provides a variety of mathematics-related topics, including mathematical animations, and an editable list of best mathematical services. CSC is the Finnish national supercomputer center located in Espoo, Finland.
- Office of the Secretary of Defense. Wide variety of information, including a link to the Defense Performance Review, the Department of Defense's contribution to the National Performance Review,
- NAUTICUS, at the National Maritime Center, that emphasizes education and scientific interest in the sea and maritime industry.
- ROMANIAN Home Page linked to the European Home Page. Includes a map with links to ftp sites in Timisoara and gopher sites in Bucharest. Romanian-language version also available.
- WWW Information
- WWW Guide to Civic Networking. A guide to developing community networks which lists common community related subjects and points users to quality examples on existing civic networks. Links to various networks, archives and documents that will be of interest to network developers.
- Recently announced college and university World WideWeb servers:
- Indiana University, Cognitive Science Program
- Purdue University Department of Biology Server
- Stevens Institute of Technology
- Swinburne University of Technology, Swinburne Library, Australia
- University of Montreal, Faculty of Law and the Research Centre in Public Law
- Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York
- Monash University, Department of Computer Science, Australia
- Atlantic Geoscience Centre - Geological Survey of Canada
- Central Connecticut State Univiversity
- Electronic Frontier Canada (EFC), founded to ensure that the principles embodied in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms are protected as new computing, communications, and information technologies emerge.
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
- Mathematical Association of America
- National Centre for Software Technology, India
- National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) Gopher
- National Library of Canada / Bibliotheque nationale du Canada
- United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). Full text of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Declaration, the Plan of Action and the Goals for Children for the Year 2000 adopted by the World Summit for Children in 1990.
- University of Iowa Libraries
- Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM)
- AirMosaic, a commercial version of Mosaic for MS-Windows 3.1, Windows for Workgroups, and Windows NT, from Spry Incorporated.
- Amiga Mosaic 1.2
- CERN Line Mode Browser 2.14
- NCSA Mosaic for the Macintosh 2.0.0 Alpha2
- NCSA Mosaic v2.0alpha5 Release - Windows
- From a announcement released by the Internet Society on June 17, 1994: ISOC Proceeding on Conduct Code Underway. The Internet Society Board of Trustees, at their annual meeting in Prague, passed a resolution which recognizes the need for an Internet Code of Ethics and recommends that the Internet Architecture Board and Internet Society Advisory Council propose an appropriate code of ethics. This action was taken in response to recent events on the network related to unsolicited advertising and marketing tactics.
- From a announcement released by Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc. (BBN) and Stanford University on June 22, 1994: BBN to acquire BARRNet from Stanford. Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc.and Stanford University announced that they have signed a letter of intent under which BBN would acquire the Bay Area Regional Research Network (BARRNet) from Stanford. This agreement, when finalized, would allow BBN to merge its New England NEARNET operation, which is the leading provider of Internet services in New England, with BARRNet, which is the leading provider of such services in the San Francisco Bay Area.
- From a announcement released by Performance Systems International, Inc. (PSI) on June 23, 1994: Performance Systems International, Inc. (PSI), of Herndon Virginia, disclosed that an interim agreement had been reached with Canter & Siegel (C&S), of Phoenix, Arizona regarding the controversial C&S advertising over the Internet and USENET. The agreement includes statements that C&S will refrain from mass electronic postings of any unsolicited, non-contextual, non-topic advertisements to the USENET discussion group bulletin board system; and will refrain from mass postings of any unsolicited, non-contextual, non-topic advertisements using electronic mail or other TCP/IP Internet applications.
- Free selection of 3D graphics on the web for use in your home page.
- WWW Virtual Library: Sports (formerly Stringers Sports Pages)
- HypArt - WWW art project. a artistical equivalent to 'Hyper-Text'. A single picture is created by several people by dividing the image into squares and each artist contributes a square. More information about how to contribute etc. in the Homepage of the Project.
- Bradley University Amateur Radio Web Page. Information about the club, several searchable links to locate hams, and general ham information.