Charm Net Personal IP Page
Provides information on how to connect your computer directly to the Internet. It leans
toward PPP and MS-Windows, but includes information for users of Macs, Windows, Windows
NT, and OS/2.
The information hotline for online hipsters. Also just happens to be a service provider
and/or consultant to some of the largest corporations in the world (Visa, Pepsi, K2
EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet
Features a list of Internet providers by state, and describes e-mail, Usenet groups,
FTP, Telnet, and BBSs.
Enterprise Internet Services
Acts as a major provider of Internet Services based in the Isle of Man, British Isles.
Also specializes in providing Web-based applications that utilize a secure Netscape
Commerce Server. Offers a diverse and extensive Web server for all applications.
Fountainhead Internet Systems
Full-service Internet presence provider based in Los Angeles, California. Provides
Internet hookups, consulting, Web page design, and training. Also publishes the Los
Award-winning Internet presence provider based in Beverly Hills, California. Contains
hundreds of free home pages, organized into neighborhoods reflecting various sites, such
as WallStreet or Hollywood. Presents a thriving community, including in these bustling
GeoCities live video feeds from all over as well as the freshest hotlists.
GTLug ISP Index
Lists Internet Service Providers. Lets you you find ISPs by area code or by clicking on
a map of the United States. A new feature critiques providers.
How To Select an Internet Service Provider
Describes what you should look for when you set out to purchase an Internet connection.
Includes information on network topology, network link speeds, technical staff, and more.
Provides Internet consulting to get you connected with a service provider and up and
running on the Internet. Provides downloads of Web and Internet software, along with
contests, giveaways, and much more.
A service provider that also presents information on navigation aids and search
utilities, help files and FAQs, and other Internet services.
Medius Communications, Inc.
Medius Communications Inc. provides corporate Internet access and presence services,
enabling organizations to plan, build, implement, and promote complete online information
and application services.
Mojoski Net Tools
A group of experienced Internet professionals who provide Net access to the world.
Offers finger and Archie, with more tools on the way.
The NetAccess Worldwide List
Offers a list of Internet access providers from every continent in the world.
NETCOM Online Communications Services, Inc.
Contains information about Netcom, the nation's largest Internet provider. Offers local
access numbers online for subscribers on the go. Subscription information available
Valiquet Lamothe Inc.
Offers access to Internet. Provides information on links to French and English sites.
Also provides information on tourism and levels of government.
Provides Web/Genera, a software package that uses Mosaic version 2.4 to integrate
Sybase databases into the Web. Offers downloadable alpha-mode (pretest) software.
The Cyberspace Connection
Offers a variety of resources, from search engines to personal and commercial Web
links. Provides "your jumppoint to Cyberspace."
Easy Mosaic and Introductory Web Surfing
Serves as a basic primer on using the Mosaic Web browser. Provides a history of how
information was disseminated before the Web.
Global Network Navigator Home Page
Presents GNN, the creators of the Web browser Mosaic. Provides information on Mosaic
and GNN's Internet access service. Includes their Whole Internet Catalog and offers
perusable online publications on virtually every topic.
The Internet Group/Internet Business Center
A Web and Internet resource and home page provider. Offers Manage! IT, a browsing tool.
Internet Conference Calendar
Lists upcoming conferences, syposia, conferences, and workshops related to the
Internet. Lets you use the submission form to add your own events to the calendar. Also
lets you list upcoming events geographically. Provides links to separate pages for each
event listed, if available.
Internet Relay Chat Games
Offers information and history on the most popular games played on the IRC network.
Offers information on Risky Business, Chaos, Boggle, and Acrophobia.
The IRC Galley
Serves as a place where people using IRC can put up images of themselves. Lets you
search by country or name.
The IRC Poker Channels Home Page
Offers everything you need to know to play IRC poker. Lets you play poker with people
anywhere in the world in real time.
MeGALiTH's Sensational Visual IRC Beta Home Page
Visual IRC is the first of a "new generation" of IRC clients for Windows,
incorporating state-of-the-art file transfer, audio, and advanced IRC features. Features
channel surf and other great features. Grab the latest beta from this page.
Quarterdeck Global Chat
Formerly owned by Prospero. Focuses on adding live interaction to the Web. Lets you
download the software for free and offers discussion areas.
A Swedish company that provides the Internet e-mail and Web product EMBLA.
The World Wide Web Consortium
information about the upcoming WWW International Conference. Also offers a wealth of
information on various Web issues, such as security, HTTP, and graphics standards.
Provides a 3D multiuser chatting system. Lets you utilize images and sound while you
chat with others, interacting through your computer instead of with it.
BBN on the World Wide Web
An online version of BBN magazine. Offers an Internet tutorial, an Internet
timeline, the BBN Planet, press releases, and job postings.
Blacklist of Internet Advertisers
One of several blacklists targeting Internet advertisers who violate
"netiquette" when hawking their wares. Provides more information on the issue
and advice on what to do to avoid getting blacklisted when you advertise on the Internet.
c|net: the computer network
c|net: the computer network, creators of c|net online and the television series c|net
central, is an on-air and online interactive showcase for computers, multimedia, and
Censorship and the Internet
Offers a growing collection of links about censorship and associated issues on the
Internet. Offers resources on the legal and ethical issues of running a Web service.
Presents an off-world 21st century town with spectacular graphics that load quickly.
Offers many areas to explore, including the Spaceport, the Time Machine, and the
EFFwebThe Electronic Frontier Foundation
A non-profit civil liberties organization working in the public interest to protect
privacy, free expression, and access to online resources and information. Includes many
online resources and references. Contains EFFector Online, its publication.
The Executive Guide to Marketing on the New Internet
Online paper that focuses on the effects of the Internet on business. Talks about the
changing role between the Internet and the marketing executive. Speculates on the future
on the Internet.
The Hermes Project
Presents an ongoing research project that is trying to determine the commercial uses of
the Web. Offers an online consumer survey for people on the Web.
The Information Economy
Formerly called Economics and the Interent, this site provides a collection of
documents related to information goods, intellectual property, and related issues.
Includes high resolution slides.
The Internet Companion
An online version of the Internet Companion: A Beginner's Guide to Global
Networking, 2nd Edition. Provides book review and answers such questions as "Who
runs the Internet?"
The Internet Society
The closest thing to a governing organization to be found on the Net. Offers
information services, ISOC chapter data, conferences and papers, and Internet standards.
Mapping the Internet
Presents Gordon Bell, one of the pioneers of the Internet, discussing his views on the
direction in which the Internet now should proceed. Discusses his proposal for ending the
problems with limited bandwith and the increased traffic on the Internet. Includes a slide
show and sound bites with the presentation.
Netscape: J.P. Morgan's Equities Research
A rather large report by J.P. Morgan associates on the impact the World Wide Web has
and will have on business. Includes useful tables and appendices.
NetWatchers Legal Cyberzine
A monthly e-zine that reports on legal developments in cyberspace and the online world.
SurfWatch Home Page
Presents SurfWatch, a program for reducing the risk of children uncovering sexually
explicit material on the Internet.
What's New in Japan
Provides information on recent happenings or recent changes on the Web in Japan. Offers
a Japanese langauge version of the site.
A Beginner's Guide to Effective E-mail
Presents a beginner's guide to effective e-mail. Talks about the ways to express
intonation and gestures thru e-mail. Gives information on page layouts and format of
e-mail as well.
The Center for the Application of Information Technology
A consortium whose mission is "to be a center of learning in the field of
information management and to provide our member companies with world-class educational
and leadership programs."
Europe's leading electronic magazine. Serves as a complete and in-depth beginner's
Internet guide. Provides information on how to hook up your machine, how to use
information to your advantage, and more. Also provides a history of the Internet.
Global Institute for Interactive Multimedia
Provides information and guides for teaching people how to create a home page. Divides
the information according to the audience: for example, provides a different tutorial for
teachers than for business owners.
Glossary of Internet Terms
Lists and defines Internet and computer-related terms and acronyms.
Hideki's Home Page: How To Use Japanese on Internet
Provides information about how to use Japanese on the Internet. Offers many links to
Japanese resources, including information on Netscape's Japanese Capable WWW Browser. Also
provides many links on Japan.
How To Search a WAIS Database
Provides information on how to begin and structure a WAIS search. Describes how to use
Boolean operators, wild cards, relevance ranking, and so on. Offers a tutorial on using a
WAIS search engine.
ICC Seminar Series
Provides information for businesses concerning security, firewalls, and server design
Focuses on "Information Networking For Oncologist" and specifically provides
information for physicians dealing with networks, integration, and pharmaceutical
companies. Also provides information for people involved with oncology, including
An online library at the University of California, Riverside. Aims to make resources
available to UCR students and staff, but is open to the public. Offers many online card
catalogs and articles.
Although focusing primarily on the University of Michigan School of Information, also
offers links to a variety of Internet resources.
A site for browsing the Internet and locating specific resources. Features Internet
resources, guides and tutorials, news and weather, library resources, fun and games, a
reference shelf, and a miscellaneous section. Includes several original search engines, as
well. 34 million visitors can't be wrong.
Internet Learning Center
Offers tutorial columns, as well as "where to go" columns. Also includes
links to Unix Reference Center, Hyptertext Guide, Rinaldi's Netiquette, Odd de Presno's
Online World book, and other Internet resources. Past columns are archived.
Internet Web Text
Hypertext guide to the Internet, written by Internet guru John December. Begins with
Internet orientation and clicks through all the major Internet tools. Highly recommended.
Introduction to the Internet II
One of several prototype classes and texts sponsored through the Globewide Network
Academy. Introduces the user to various resources available via the Internet, with
particular emphasis on allowing a neophyte to access GNA services as quickly as possible.
Kids on Campus (Cornell Theory Center)
The Cornell Theory Center sponsors Kids On Campus as part of its celebration of
National Science and Technology Week. The purpose of this event is to increase computer
awareness and scientific interest among Ithaca-area third, fourth, and fifth grade
students. Hands-on computer activities, innovative videos, and exciting demonstrations
help the children develop interest and excitement in computers and science.
The Multimedia Help Page
Provides quick access to sources of multimedia tools and tips on the Web. Also provides
links and tips for video production, search engines, and production tools for the Apple
The Net: User Guidelines and Netiquette, by Arlene Rinaldi
Offers a collection of user guidelines and netiquette for the Internet.
Discusses legal and ethical issues involved.
Gives a step-by-step tutorial on using Netscape. Can be very in-depth. Allows for
different levels of expertise.
The Online World Resources Handbook
Provides practical advice on using the Internet to get information or programs. Breaks
topics down into various topics, such as how to get free expert assistance, how to read
your electronic daily news, and more.
Patrick Crispen's Internet Roadmap
This is the Internet Roadmap online training course, available in HTML. This is a
well-written tutorial, and very user-friendly. A must for any school Internet
coordinator's bookmark list!
Setting Up Shop on the Internet
Provides information regarding commercial-use strategies, including do's and don'ts of
Surfin' the Net
Introduces the Internet via a video made "with two real people." Ideal for
beginners, skeptics, or the perpetual questioner.
Teach Yourself the Internet Support Page
Provides a structured tutorial to teaching yourself how to use the Internet and all of
its tools in 21 days. Targets beginners, but serves as a good tutorial overall. Spends one
week teaching the basic Internet tools, then other weeks focus on the personal and
professional uses of the Internet.
UK Index Beginner's Guide: the Net
Serves as a beginners guide to using the Internet and includes pointers to more
Web Weavers: Tools for Aspiring Web Authors
Provides a comprehensive listing of Web tools and techniques, including a link to CERN
and a sample page and search engine.
Explains both the hardware and software issues concerning setting up your Windows PC to
access the Internet. Explains where to get the software you need and how to configure it.
Also provides information on creating HTML documents.
Writing the Information Superhighway
Offers information regarding how to write literature for the Internet (originally an
online class at University of Michigan). Lets you direct questions to the professors who
originally taught the class. Also includes a linked bibliography of other sites.
Serves as a destination for computer-literate youth. Plans to cater to education all
around the world.
Zen and the Art of the Internet
Serves as a beginner's guide to the Internet. Offers information on the search engines
available. Even offers a section on how to create a newsgroup.
Best of the Net
A listing of favorite resources, picked by the editors of GNN.
Cool Site of the Day
Connects you to the cool site of the day on the Internet, determined by the moderator.
Works better than a random-site connector because the sites are more likely to be pretty
Exploring the Internet
Introduces you to blindspinning, spinning around and then going in a random
direction. So, provides all sorts of random links. Also a link to What's-New lists,
searching tools, subject directories, server and other directories, tutorials, multimedia
exhibits and demonstrations, computer information, weather, and more.
A site whose stated purpose is "to have fun, help improve the state of the world,
inform, provide an interesting and useful commercial site, and have fun (yes, I
intentionally mentioned fun twice)." Provides a collection of links and a search site
for only fun and nonbusiness-oriented stuff. Includes an online mall where you can buy
things, links to humorous sites, and more.
GNN Select Top 50
Offers the 50 most-accessed links in GNN Select over the past week.
The GNN Tour
Provides a graphical interface that shows the locations of all the GNN sites around the
Guided Web Tours
Through the use of "server-push," presents guided tours of the Web. Best with
Netscape and audio support.
A Handy Guide
Serves as a complete guide to thousands of sites on the Internet and Web. Lets you
search by category or company name, and teaches American Sign Language (ASL) as you go.
The High-Tech Investor
Written by an investment and markets reporter at the Toronto Globe and Mail,
this site discusses investment-related resources on the Web and offers a collection of
links to some of those resources.
Contains pointers to more than 100 guides, lists, and indices of documents that help
you learn how to use the Internet. Includes pointers to The December and Yanoff Lists,
Patrick Crispen's Internet Roadmap (in HTML), The Awesome List, and many others.
Overviews the Internet. Incorporates many graphics and a laid-back attitude. Shows you
how, for example, to check the stock market, find a government document, or send birthday
Meta-list of What's New Pages
Offers a collection of links to all of the different Internet What's New sites for Web.
By the author's own admission, "the Web is growing so fast that this document can be
considered, at best, a historical artefact."
Mirsky's Worst of the Web
Provides an alternative to the many sites that serve up a "cool" site of the
day or point you to "great" places. Offers links to sites that exemplify why
some people shouldn't be allowed to make their own Web sites.
More than 3,200 links to dazzle and amaze you! If Web surfing were any more fun, they
would have to ban it! Everything you could ever want is here and categorized so it is all
easy to find. Web addicts beware!
Overall Knowledge Company, Inc.
Overall Knowledge Company, Inc. is a general Web preseance provider with an emphasis on
the film and television trades as well and the arts and entertainment industries. Also
publishes several industry-specific directories on the World Wide Web.
Point Survey and Escort
Provides a large collection of reviews of Web sites. Rates sites for content,
presentation, and experience. Includes more than 1,000 reviews across many categories.
Helps you get started on the Web with answers to common questions and guided tours of
browsing software and sites.
A Thousand Points of Sites
Generates random Web site links. Sends you to a Web site randomly selected from its
listings when you access.
ThreadTreader's WWW Contests Guide
Presents ThreadTreader's WWW Contests Guide[rm], a complete, current compilation of
contests on the Web. Provides easy ways to browse through an extensive index of online
contests, drawings, raffles, sweepstakes, and other prize-oriented promotions. Even lets
you add your own contest to the ThreadTreader's Guide.
The Today Page
Offers a collection of links to sites that change daily; for example, includes links to
news, your horoscope, and weather photos.
Offers some of the more offbeat links. Provides Star Wars information, audio and video
clips from movies, weather maps, and more.
The Unusual or Deep Site of the Day
Offers links to sites that provide some sort of intellectually stimulating purpose.
The Virtual Town City Limits
Contains many links to stores, public offices, and other things you might find in a
real town. Lets you manuever around it the way you do around a real town.
Lets you search the site to find links to all sorts of random things. Also lets you add
your page to the existing categories.
The Bare Bones Guide to HTML
Lists every HTML 2.0 tag and most of the 3.0 tags, with a special section on the
A Beginner's Guide to HTML
Presents a beginner's guide to HTML. Talks about linking to other documents,
troubleshooting, and creating forms. Focuses on Mosaic but includes other browsers.
Cerebral Systems DevelopmentHome of Webber
Offers Webber, a fast, friendly, and flexible HTML editor for Windows. Provides
full-featured help, including HTML tag descriptions and an easy-to-use validation system
to help you create valid HTML documents. Lets you download Webber as shareware; also
offers a registered version.
ColorEditor for Windows
Provides a standalone MS Windows shareware to assist the Web page author develop a HTML
page color scheme using extensions to the HTML 3.0 specification. Provides a Style Box
that enables users to edit, save, and retrieve color schemes. Runs on Windows 3.1, Windows
3.1 for Workgroups, Windows 95, and Windows NT 3.5.
David B. Martin's VRML Page
Provides a decent page of Virtual Reality Modelling Language (VRML) links, describes
what VRML is, and offers a little bit about its inventors.
HTML Info Page
Lists HTML-related information. Encourages you to add links to other informational
pages. Includes links to CGI, forms, image maps, tables, and lists. Includes information
on the latest developments in these areas.
Introduction to HTML: Table of Contents
Presents a guide to authoring Web pages. Divides sections by different images, lists,
and anchors. Gives information on how to take advantage of Netscape functions.
The Personal Home Page of Bob Hunter
Focuses on testing HTML coding examples and pushing the limits of hypertext markup
language and all of its extensions.
A Primer for Creating Web Resources
Offers a list of links to HTML resources. Also offers links to Perl and CGI languages
for creating top-of-the-line Web pages.
tkHTML Editor Information
Presents tkHTML, a simple HTML editor based on the Tcl script language and the Tk
toolkit for X11 that enables you to quickly compose and edit HTML-formatted documents, as
well as rapidly convert text documents to the HTML format.
The Web Letter, a Guide to HTML/Web Publishing
Serves as an HTML resource. Includes a newsletter, video, and training books, as well
as numerous links to help you build your own Web.
Serves as a complete Web resource site with HTML commands, software for publishing,
searches, libraries, and high-speed Web host connections for your company or home page.
Provides online version of the book, Aether Madness: An Offbeat Guide to the On-line
World. The site contains the full original text, with hypertext links to most of the
places recommended in it.
All-Internet Shopping Directory
Serves as an easy-to-use, fast-loading central hot link to products, services, malls,
and stores on the Web. Selected as one of PC Magazine's top 100 Web sites
Ansible's Web Page Design Services
Helpful to anyone from newbies to expert Internauts, this site offers links to online
Internet resources, software, search tools, and a list of favorite Internet sites.
Argus/Univeristy of Michigan Clearinghouse
"The Premier Internet Research Library," this site serves as a clearinghouse
for subject-oriented Internet resources guides. Lets you submit your own guides or obtain
guides written by people on various Internet-related topics.
Aspen Systems Corporation
Provides complete Internet services. Offers requirements and needs analysis, Internet
publishing services, systems support, and customer support. Specializes in identifying,
gathering, and analyzing online information.
Association of Internet Users
An organization for individuals and companies seeking to effectively promote their
products or services on the Internet. Benefits of membership include the INTERNET REPORT
newsletter, free DNS registration, e-mail forwarding service, and Internet insurance.
Association of University Technology Managers
Features resources for the technology transfer profession, once called the
"unknown profession." Offers links to other resources. Also includes information
about AUTM (publications, membership, events), job postings, and a way to search lists of
technologies you can license from more than 20 different university, government, and
organizational sites in one query (via a harvest gatherer).
Utilizes Netscape and connects you to a different Web site every 12 seconds. Lets you
find totally random sites with little effort. Also lets you change the amount of time
Provides information, software, and links related to Web-authoring and automated
cybernetic delivery. Offers a download site for Web hot spots, an image map editor, and
the Cyberspace Shuttle Loading Kit (a toolkit for creating single-step Web smart Zip
Monthly column featured in Boardwatch Magazine. Focuses on Web sites that help
you make the most of the amazing resources available on the Web.
Banana Report Easy Visual Basic Tips
Provides a way for Visual Basic programmers to get quick tips and techniques that solve
common Visual Basic programming problems.
Canada Net Pages
This page's stated goal is to "be recognized
as the most comprehensive
resource of Canadian business and finance data." Also provides links for various
pages, such as Canada Net Financial Pages and Canada Net Business Directory.
The Canadian Internet Handbook/Advantage Home Page
Presents guides to Internet access in Canada. Lets you add your Canadian Internet
address to the handbook, find out more about their publications, send the authors e-mail,
The Categorical Catapult
Offers a database of more than 3,250 links in 160 categories, organized hierarchically.
Provides information specific to Canada. Lets you search the database by clicking on
the geographical regions on a map or by using standard keywords.
Commercial Services on the Net
Provides a collection of links to commercial Web sites on the Internet. Lets you search
by a word or name of a company.
Common Internet File Formats
Provides information on the different file types and formats on the Internet. Each
blurb about a specific file type also gives links to obtaining readers for that type.
Connect, Inc.Audio Innovations
Harnesses the power of audio on the Internet. Provides applications that let you
instantly update your Web page(s) or e-mail applications by simply picking up your
telephone and calling a fully automated system. Also qualifies as an authorized AT&T
900 service bureau, so can set up and run any 900 or 800 voice or data application.
CRAYONCReAte Your Own Newspaper
Serves as an interactive news agent. Lets you choose from sections such as News,
Sports, Entertainment, and others to find the best periodical information on the Internet.
Lets you organize it into your own personal newspaperyou might never read a print
CSUSM Windows World
Provides virtually any Windows shareware. Lets you search the entries by keyword. A GNN
"Best of the Net" nominee for 1995.
The E-Minder Free Reminder-By-E-mail Service
Offers to send you automatically-generated reminder messages for any event or occasion
for which you register. Requires an e-mail address, but otherwise is completely anonymous.
Lets you specify the number of days in advance you want a reminder. Provides a simple
e-mail interface that you can use to list or delete reminders.
Economics of Networks Internet Site
Provides information and links to the economics behind all networks. Includes
downloadable papers on topics ranging from network compatibility to financial networks.
A search site provided free of charge by TradeWave Corporation. Includes general topics
and sublists under each of these. Also offers a list of job opportunities.
FLFSoft, Inc. Home Page
Develops Windows-based utilities and Internet software and services. Features Web
Spinner, a Windows-based HTML editor.
Possesses leading technology in both compression and telecommunications, so is uniquely
positioned to serve the needs of the digital video publishing and distribution markets.
Provides the most complete solution to the challenges of distributing and publishing
digital video both on CDs, and wired and wireless networks. The company's digital video
publishing product line includes PrimeView, a family of real-time PC-based MPEG encoders,
and MPEGWORKS, a comprehensive encoding control software package for human assisted or
An independent consulting company, based in Toronto, that specializes in getting
businesses and organizations on the Web as simply and as inexpensively as possible.
Internet Info Store Directory
Tracks commercial activity on the Internet. Offers special reports online about
financial service firms, public software companies, and venture capital firms on the
Internet Resources Newsletter
Free monthly Web newsletter. Focuses on higher education and the Internet. Features
lists of new Internet resources, plus other items of interest.
Internet Servers for the Mac OS
Contains many links to Macintosh-specific software packages for running a Mac-based
server. Topics include mail servers, mail gateways, ftp servers, telnet servers, and so
An online version of this popular magazine devoted to the Internet. Allows you to
search back issues by cover or by keyword.
Touting itself as "all Net, all the time," this site offers Internet news,
features, resources, and tools. Supported by Mecklermedia, publisher of Internet World
Life on the Internet
Provides a large collection of links to many resources on the Internet. Gives sources
for browsers, software, page development, and more.
List of WWW Archie Services
Offers a list of hypertext links to archie (archive) servers. Helps you find files
anywhere on the Internet. Lists archie servers that use forms and others that don't.
Offers a directory service that provides easy-to-use name to e-mail address mapping.
Media Connection of New YorkLinks Page
Offers a collection of links to Web resources in or about New York City.
Monster FTP Sites List
A comprehensive listing of anonymous FTP sites.
Network Hardware Suppliers List
Look here to find a list of recommended used telecommunications and hardware dealers.
These dealers have been recommended by various people all over the Net. As the author
states, "Caveat Emptor."
Newton Online provides business consulting (and a quirky sense of humor) for companies
who want to compliment marketing and communications strategies by using the Internet.
A site with something for everyone. Well-organized into a hierarchical structure,
everything from business resources and financial tips to a broad spectrum of entertainment
and Web developer resources. Omega West, an international distribution and services
company, will soon have an "intelligent interface" that is capable of adapting
to users' actions. This, of course, will mean that return visits and continued interaction
will provide users with a personalized interface.
PresenceAn Information Design Studio
Focuses on providing innovative and effective marketing solutions through the Internet.
Also includes many interesting Net-related links.
Q-D Software Development
Presents the creators of WebForms, the Web forms generator, and WinBrowse, the
multiple-PC database utility. Also includes a variety of shareware programs available for
RealAudio Home Page
Provides RealAudio, software you can use to both record and play your own sound. Many
Web sites use RealAudio on the Internet to provide audio.
Sibylla: The WWW Software Development Kit
Provides information on Sibylla, a development kit geared toward creating Web software
whose purpose is to provide access to information sources (such as company databases)
through the Web. Also provides pricing information on the software.
SpectraFAX Corp. Home Page
Describes fax broadcast and fax-on-demand technology. Also compares costs for reaching
United States markets via fax and via postal service from locations outside the United
States. Introduces the SpectraFAX Service Bureau and lets you use an online form to
arrange for fax services.
A business information site sponsored by the Canadian federal government's economic
flagship department, dedicated "to the success of all Canadian businesses at home and
SWITCHSwiss Academic and Research Network
Presents SWITCH, an Internet Service Provider that interconnects all Swiss
universities, many libraries, and research labs, as well as other Swiss and international
organizations. Also presents the WWW Rent-A-Page service.
Timothy W. Amey Resource Links
Offers a collection of resource links and information regarding OS/2 resources, OS/2
advocacy, Lotus resources, Intel alternatives, religion, Ford advocacy, and IT/IS
The Virtual Tourist
Provides a graphical map interface that you can click on to find and then jump to Web
servers operating in many countries around the world.
Presents an online guide of Internet resources for the greater Washington D.C., area.
An electronic publication that serves as a repository of Web-related topics. Categories
include News, Commericial, Intranet, Products, Under Construction, Industry, and Opinion.
Welcome to Netscape
Offers information about the new security measures being built into HTML; also offers a
downloadable version of Netscape for Windows 95 and technical support.
Windows95 InterNetworking Headquarters
95 shareware, Internet setup information, networking across the Internet, and more.
WorldTel Global Marketing Network
Lists businesses and individuals offering products, services and/or opportunities to
the world market.
Business Directions International
Internet search directory using numerous search engines to find business sites on the
The InterNIC Directory of Directories
Contains an index of links to various resources, products, and services on the Net,
including agriculture, the arts, business, dictionaries, education, health and medicine,
religion, sports and hobbies, and weather. Lets you add your site.
Four11 White Page Directory
Lets you search for people and their e-mail addresses and Web pages. Contains more than
5.5 million listings. Lets you register and put your name on the directory.
A Business Researcher's Interests
Provides more than 2,800 sites relevant to contemporary organizational issues related
to information processes, information systems, and information technology. Categories
include electronic markets, organizational learning, emergent organizations, WWW design,
and journals and magazines.
College and University Home Pages
Provides links to the Web pages of more than 750 colleges and universities around the
world. Provides information on schools. Lets you search alphabetically or just browse.
COMMA Hotlist Database
Provides a graphical searchable Web database. Lets you choose your search criteria from
their list and then searches and gives you an output list. Also enables you to add your
own hotlist to the database.
Shows how you can set up your Oracle-based database management system (DBMS) for access
via the Web. Good for creating your own search engine or providing Web access to large
bodies of information.
Serves as a search site for finding resources for the Internet. Arranges areas by
Index of Australian Indexes
A meta-index of Australian Web-site indexes. Over a dozen are described, with links to
International Business Resources on the WWW
Serves as an index of business, economics, trade, marketing, and government sites with
an international focus.
The Internet Pearls Index
Features collections of the best of the Internet. Includes sections for beginners as
well as comprehensive coverage of topics such as business, medicine, jobs, cinema,
shareware, astronomy, futuristic technologies, fun, cartoons, comics, virtual reality, and
The Internet Sleuth
Offers a collection of more than 500 searchable databases on a wide variety of
subjects. Offers links to a search form or page that lists a number of related searchable
databases. Also lets you search by keyword or browse alphabetically or by category.
Joel's Hierarchical Subject Index
A lesser known but fairly thorough search site.
The Lycos Home Page: Hunting WWW Information
Provides a Web search engine. Contains more than 5.5 million Web pages in its database.
Provides context for evaluating whether a document or page is relevant to your search.
Media Logic's Index of Economic and Financial Resources
This index of resources is provided by Media Logic as a service for the Internet
community. It provides a searchable index of data, news, and services that are of interest
to investors, researchers, and other members of the financial community. Unlike many other
Internet indices, all entries here are subject to editorial review to ensure that they are
useful, relevant, and current.
The Mother-of-all BBS
Seeks to collect all Web addresses of all companies, universities, research centers,
government agencies, research projects, and hardware and software annoucements, into one
The NET Compass
Serves as a meta-index for searching the Web by subject or by keyword, and for
searching FTP software by file name or by file description.
New Riders' Official World Wide Web Yellow Pages
The online version of this book (with thousands of additional sites). Searchable by
keyword. Obviously the most complete and useful search site available. (Talk about your
The New User's Directory
Presents a large collection of links to information. Offers tips for specific kinds of
computers (MAC, IBM, Unix, and so forth), links to search engines, and more. Also provides
information on how to create Web pages and download software.
NlightN: Finding What You Want To Know [el]Now
Claims to be "the Web's largest library of meaningful information." With a
single query, the NlightN Universal Index searches the Web, World News, Online Databases,
and traditional reference sources.
Nothin' But Net
Nothin But Net (NBN) is a complete Internet Encyclopedia covering more than 200
categories packed with 2,500+ non-commercial, resourceful Internet sites. Provides a
sample excerpt from the A-B categories, as well as full ordering information.
Planet Earth Home Page
Search site on the Internet, organized like a library. Offers a library floorplan that
you can use to browse the sites in its database. Also lets you search the database by
Publicize Your Home Page
Provides a collection of links to various search engines. Focuses on connecting you to
the part of these search engines that allows you to register and add your own home page.
Recondite Reference Desk
Serves as a starting place for Web searches. Features an online form that is linked to
the search forms of major data sites, including nine different (and popular) search
Search, FindInternet Resource Locators
Provides a graphically oriented set of links to search engines on the Internet, such as
Open Text Web Index, InfoSeek Search, and others.
Searching the Web
Provides information, strategies, and links to searching for information on the Web.
Offers links to searching services, searching software, and searching references.
Formerly the Virtual Software Library, offers a tool for searching for shareware and
freeware on the Internet.
Offers "everything you need to work the Web every day." Provides a starting
site for finding information on the Web. Offers many links.
Starting Points for Internet
NCSA's comprehensive links to Internet resources. Includes Gopher, Veronica, Finger,
Usenet, WAIS, and many others. Also presents representative Web home pages. Highly
recommended (nay, essential).
The URL-Minder: Your Own Personal Web Robot
Presents the URL-minder, your own personal Web robot, which retrieves your registered
URLs regularly and reports back to you by e-mail when they change. The URL-minder also
runs searches on Web databases regularly and lets you know when anything new that matches
your search shows up. It also keeps track of the places you've been, so you can spend your
time (and money) doing new things on the Web.
Offers links to collections of information, based on the subject matter of those sites.
VSL Front Desk at the OAK Repository
Lets you enter a keyword and the engine searches the major Internet shareware archives
for the program you want.
WAIS Access Through the Web
Provides information about WAIS, a system that allows you to retrieve documents from
databases via full-text searches. Allows you to search by name or by topic.
WebAnts Home Page
Provides information about project WebAnts, to develop an information retrieval system
for the Web using cooperative agents. Offers information about their approach and current
Possibly the most popular search site on the Web. Considered to be the place to go for
anything, as long as it isn't too technically oriented. Offers links only to sources,
which is different from something such as Lycos, which also searches directories and files
Economic FAQs about the Internet
Presents a collection of FAQs about the economics behind the Internet. Discusses the
technology behind the Internet, the NSF backbone.
Internet Business Center
Provides information about conducting business on the Internet, Includes Internet
statistics, maps, and charts. Also lists hot sites and services.
A service provider that offers automated usage statistics, bookmarks, counters, and
online tutorials. High-powered clients are also candidates for the Rampage of the Month.
Web directories are organized by user name.
World Wide Web: Origins and Beyond
Gives the origins of the Web and also talks about some of the other uses of hypertext,
such as the Xanadu project. Discusses some disadvantages of the Web and offers information
on Project Xanadu.
5 Top Internet Marketing Successes of 1994
Showcases Tenagra Corporation's picks for the top Internet marketing success stories of
the year. The 1995 winners are Federal Express, Ragu Spaghetti Sauce, Yahoo!,
NetPOST, Software.Net, and Virtual Vineyards.
Artzilla Surf Constructions
A group of designers and illustrators who left the corporations and now do what they
loveprovide the Web with high-quality graphics.
Building Web Servers
Provides a collection of information and links to information on how to create a Web,
FTP, or Gopher server. Covers most operating systems, including Windows, Macintosh, and
UNIX. Includes a tutorial.
The Business of the Internet
Introduces the Internet for commercial organizations. Offers information about the
structure and history of the Internet, how the Internet can help business, and how to
connect your business to the Internet.
Carter & Associates WEB Studios
Specializes in Web page construction for individuals and companies who want to
advertise on a personal or corporate scale on the Internet. Offers to create and maintain
an established business presence on the Internet, customized to the personal tastes of
Provides copyright information for the general public and interested parties. Includes
categories of fundamentals on copyrights and issues related to copyright over the Net.
Also contains a section for relevant sources and links.
Dunn & Edwards Services
Provides a variety of services and resources related to career and employment,
hypertext résumés, and home-page services and development.
Dynamic Diagrams Home Page
Focuses on the organization and presentation of information in print and electronic
forms, interactive publication and prototype design, SGML applications, Web servers, and
computer kiosks for museums.
Free Range Media, Inc.
A full-scale Web production and Internet services company with expertise in creative
design, new technology, and account management. Specializes in keeping track of the newest
tools. Produces a wide variety of Web-related products. Also shares many tips and
Home Space Builder
A 3D Web authoring tool that enables you to create a 3D home space using a standard
Windows personal computer. Offers shareware and commercial versions.
Image Alchemy Digital Imaging
Presents a gallery of digital art and photography, traditional art, and photography.
Offers services such as photo retouching and manipulation. Also designs Web sites.
Image Compression for Publishing Online
Provides information about Johnson-Grace company, a multimedia software development
that developed an image compression format called ART. Suggests that using ART enables
image compression three times more efficient than when you use .JPEG or .GIF.
Internet Business Connection
A virtual mall specializing in home page development and marketing services to any
business seeking an Internet presence.
Making Money on Internet
Offers information on electronic publishing, Internet economics, education, and other
MultiMedia DimensionsNew Horizons in Sight and Sound
MultiMedia Dimensions is a full-service interactive multimedia and Web page design and
consulting company helping people find the right business solutions for their needs and
The NetWorXs of California
Offers a full range of Web home page authoring and design services. Also offers full
turn-key systems, including training in-house personel so that you can enhance your Web
server as your services or products change.
new3, Inc. is a leading edge Website architectural and development firm. With
high-level technical knowledge of programming plus a creative focus, new3, Inc. has played
a role in bringing some of the best sites to the Web. Their speciality is areas of
development considered too complex for many developers.
Program One Online Service
Helps businesses and individuals learn and exploit the new Internet culture. Provides
information about Internet marketing and explains how companies can survive their ride on
the Information Superhighway.
Provides cutting-edge technology blended with award-winning traditional design to offer
interactive multimedia services, Internet presences, and Web pages, CD-ROM and CD-I
authoring, interactive touch-screen kiosks, and corporate communications.
Stannet WWW Designing and Publishing Company
Focuses on authoring, designing, and publishing Web pages for businesses and
individuals. Performs custom graphics work. Maintains and upgrades customers' sites as
needed. Offers to meet customers in the greater New York City area in their offices.
Vannevar New Media
An Internet publishing and applications company that puts business on the Web. Located
in Houston, it boasts a strong NASA influence.
An online publication for programmers, Webmasters, network administrators, and other
technically oriented personnel responsible for developing and maintaining software,
hardware, and security on the Web.
Web Publishing Australia
Introduces you to a professional Web publishing and promotion company based in
Web page creation service. Focuses on posting and maintenance, logo and graphic design,
photography (including improvement of existing photographs), image maps, online
newsletters, and getting your page listed in directories like this one, among others.
Winfield Design Group
Internet site developers and Internet providers. Will design an Internet site from
primary concept to completion and to the final indexing of the site and/or home page
around the globe. Offers CGI scripting, C++, Perl, and programs.
WorldWide Information and Netcasting Services
A full-service Internet marketing and communication company specializing in Web page
design, product/service marketing, form CGI programming, and graphic design.