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  1. HTML
  2. XML
    1. DocBook
  3. Cygwin, sshd setup
    1. DOS
  4. UNIX/Linux
    1. Find Linux version
    2. KDE
      1. Find where KDE is installed (usually /opt/kde or /usr/local/kde)
    3. Essential gphoto2/Olympus C-2100 line (edited from Linux)
    4. ImageMagick, scale & lower JPG quality & rotate
    5. More gphoto
    6. AIX
      1. C++ compiler
      2. Visual Age C++ (should it be here?)
        1. Add source files
        2. Promote header files
        3. Recovering
          1. VACPP hangs at startup
          2. Kill compiler if it hangs during compile
        4. Specify command line options to user program
        5. char as signed
      3. Find MAC address (ethernet)
    7. Misc
      1. bash
        1. Let "!" from history print instead of executing, :p
        2. Type-search for command from command history (editing is possible before executing)
        3. End word of last command
        4. All arguments of the last command
        5. erase word
        6. erase from here to beginning of the line
        7. List
        8. Break connection between login and running jobs (zsh only and for job 1)
      2. Process info
        1. Command line parameters
        2. Working directory (for ID 25641)
        3. The number of major faults which have required loading a memory page from disk
      3. Check if process app is running (does this work?? - "-v" inverts...)
      4. ls standard, sort by date (can be placed in ~/.bashrc)
        1. .bashrc entry
        2. Sort by date
        3. Sort by date, show seconds as well
    8. Documentation
      1. RedHat manual
        1. On CD-ROM
      2. nag [Network Adminstrator's guide]
      3. All FAQs [CD-ROM]
    9. Apache WWW server root
    10. Emacs
      1. Exit
      2. Save
    11. Docs
      1. Capture man page to a file
      2. Alternative (better? - yes) capture man page to a file
    12. dosfs, fromdos, todos
    13. Graphics
      1. Ghostscript
        1. Show/preview postscript file on screen
        2. Print postscript file on printer
        3. Documentation
      2. dvips (make postscript from TeX .dvi output file)
    14. Terminals
      1. Recover getty terminal
      2. Better control with VNC/Window NT telnet
      3. More virtual terminals
    15. Printer/parallel port
    16. Print
      1. Indent output
      2. Example
    17. hosts
    18. HTML documents from the command line
    19. EMBL Web
      1. Each group is assigned a directory in
      2. Personal home pages
    20. EMBL mail secret for subject (capital M !)
    21. Aliases
    22. Netscape 3 or 4 on hawk
    23. Alternatives to hawk
    24. Newsreaders
    25. Tape backup
    26. Cut the last byte from a file 888 bytes in length
    27. Shutdown/startup
      1. Nice shutdown
    28. Trace down telnet extremely long startup delay
    29. Hardware info
      1. RAM
    30. Checksum [check sum] of a file [alternative is cksum]
    31. Goto to end in a "less" display
    32. Detect soft vs hard links in ls display
      1. Soft
      2. Hard
    33. Process tree with parent/children shown
    34. Assemple single DTA files into one DTA file
    35. Convert DOS file to UNIX file
    36. Indent with the "proper" options
    37. tar a directory
    38. Pack with tar
    39. List tar archive
    40. Compile Linux kernel
    41. Standard installation procedure
  5. Perl
    1. Perl debugger
      1. Go
      2. Step Over
      3. Step Into
      4. Step out
    2. Perl "lint"
  6. Editors
    1. vi
      1. cursor control
      2. Split window in two
      3. Switch split windows
      4. mark
      5. return to mark
  7. Setup/install
    1. Configuration, better than control-panel
    2. RPM
      1. Verify all RPM packages
    3. Information about a RPM package
    4. Files that a RPM package will install
    5. Upgrade a package
    6. Disable console window's screen saver [blanking]
    7. System wide environment variables
    8. Persistent set of date/time from Linux
    9. Set local time zone (changes /etc/localtime, a binary file)
    10. X-windows
      1. Menus
      2. Startup items, add to
      3. Configuration
      4. Cut/paste
      5. Kill X server
      6. Install additional software components
      7. Remote
      8. Console only [no X-windows] at startup [good keywords: linux start X console graphics redhat]
      9. Colours for xterm window [bg equals background]
      10. Size for xterm window [unit is characters, not pixels]
      11. Emacs
      12. Colours, e.g. from <http://weblogs.userland.com/manilaNewbies/colors>
      13. Environment variables for colours
      14. Environment variable for where X should display
      15. Set environment variable DISPLAY (bash)
      16. Set environment variable DISPLAY (csh, e.g. Bruker solaris)
      17. start Gnome RPM manager (RedHat 6.0)
      18. start RPM manager (RedHat 5.2)
      19. start Control Panel
      20. start GNOME File Manager
    11. Passwords
    12. Boot configuration
    13. Add to everybody's path
    14. Re-read of the environment settings in the .bash_profile file
      1. bash
      2. csh/tcsh
    15. Start in single user mode - as root. At boot time
    16. SAMBA
      1. Configuration files
        1. Main
        2. Main, Solaris
      2. Restart after reconfiguration
      3. Restart after reconfiguration, Solaris
    17. System setup
      1. Boot/startup messages
  8. Network setup
    1. RedHat
    2. Socalled Plug-n-play Linux
  9. Renew setup (for DHCP, same as ipconfig /renew in Windows NT/2000)
  10. Development
    1. Default paths for gcc
    2. Redirect standard error to file
    3. Find compiler predefines
    4. Posix threads, pthreads
    5. Find out if system/kernel is called by executing your program with
    6. list symbols from object files
    7. Find which library file a symbol belongs to [for resolving link errors] [example: find function pthread_create]
    8. #KCC license line in .bash_profile
    9. Display dependent files (dynamically linked)
    10. Debugging
      1. Use core to find where program crashed
      2. gdb operations
        1. Go
        2. Step over
        3. Step in
        4. Break
      3. gdb
        1. Let gdb stop in assert instead of process exit (handle 6: from info/ handle or signals)
        2. In .gdbinit file, for xxx
      4. Specify programs arguments
      5. Sample gdb commands
      6. Debugging PepSea on Linux
        1. Start
        2. In gdb
        3. At breakpoint or crash
        4. From stack dump report in sourceForge to symbolic stack dump
        5. Pretty printing
        6. C++, current value of iterator
        7. C++, index into vector<>
    11. Funcion to get string for error code in errno
    12. errno, headerfile with symbolic codes
    13. List of signal names, e.g. SIGTRAP, SIGTERM, SIGSEGV
    14. Writing/preparing man pages, help for
    15. man number, necessary when multiple commands or functions have the same name
    16. see all compile options for the kernel
    17. Look at threads, alternative to ps command
    18. Start program at system startup
    19. Cluster course access (X: forward, 2: protocol number) -see 2001-03-13 cal.
      1. Normal ssh
      2. X-Windows (is 13 6013? 0: 1280x1024x9)
    20. Gobling
      1. Secure copy
        1. To gobling
        2. From gobling
        3. From odin097
    21. Secure copy, Windows/Cygwin
      1. SIF file from a node to ISAAC
      2. MGMT backup (one line at a time because of passwords)
      3. Copy IPI database from ODEM8002, cluster head
      4. Copy of MDSP Web-site
      5. Database from NEWTON to ODIN31
      6. Database from NEWTON to ODEMGMT for later distribution with clucp
      7. Database from ODEMGMT/mortense to NEWTON
      8. Newest database from a node to NEWTON
      9. Some file from a node to NEWTON
      10. SIF list from NEWTON to ODEMGMT
        1. ODEMGMT
      11. Some file from the PepSea front-end (e.g. a log file)
      12. Update a linucola.exe for the DCOM production
      13. After compilation on Linux/MGMT, copy back to NEWTON
      14. linucola from NEWTON to a node for development testing (under mortense)
      15. linucola from a node to MGMT (under mortense)
      16. LINUCOLA from NEWTON to ODEMGMT for later distribution with clucp
      17. Source code from NEWTON to MGMT
      18. Build system on Linux/MGMT, copy back to NEWTON
    22. ssh login
      1. Cluster head, AIX/IBM
      2. Location of home page for PepSea
      3. Upload a file (using Cygwin)
      4. Download from mortense home
      5. ssh connection/login
      6. Transfer web page to local (Cygwin)
      7. Transfer web page back to sourceforge
    23. CVS
      1. Most often used sequence
      2. Setup of CVS for Windows
        1. By copying files
          1. Set environment varialble for xxx
        2. Install Cygwin from download
          1. Download
          2. Settings during setup process
            1. Default Text File Type
            2. Select Download Site
            3. Install and test ssh
              1. scp .ssh/identity.pub sf.mdsproteomics.com
      3. Set environment variable for cvs [best put where??]
      4. Only once [creates .cvspass file, contains crypted password]
      5. Some directories to change to
        1. TARU
      6. Linux directories on linux.protana.dk
      7. Check in subtree if anyone else checked in [-n is no changes. q: quiet]
      8. Check out all files [co: alias checkout checking out...]
      9. Check-in
      10. Recursive check-in
      11. List of changes in all sub dirs under current dir
      12. As above, but ignore white space changes
      13. See modification date (but the latest change) for every line
      14. Checkin new file (ci is equivalent to commit. Note: must change to directory first!!!!!)
      15. Overview of a file's change history
      16. Do update for subtree if anyone else checked in [M in output means modified in local copy, local changes not checked in. P in output means patch; ]
      17. Same as above, but will also locally create new directories recently added to CVS tree
      18. If known that new sub directory was added do the following [e.g pepsea/source/make] (also updates other files that were checked-in by somebody else)
      19. Symbols for conflicting changes (cvs update, etc)
      20. Compares to last checked in [HEAD is for last checked in]
      21. Compares other persons changes; used on "U" files (BASE: dynamic tag for ***original*** checked out local file. Normal diff is to the originally checked out file)
      22. Status (current revision number and file status - e.g. Up-to-date, Locally Modified, )
        1. One file
        2. Recursive for a particular directory
        3. Recursive from current directory
      23. Log of file(s) with check-in string for each revision
        1. One file
      24. Differences up to two weeks back
        1. Normal
        2. Only listing revisions in the time period
      25. Update from repository, discarding local changes
      26. See difference to the last checked-in file (e.g. before update)
      27. One letter codes
        1. M
        2. U
        3. C
      28. Tagging (note: check-in first!!) a set of files, e.g. for release version 2.2.18. (note 1: tagging is for local files; those local files SHOULD be checked into CVS. Note 2: tag date is when tagging takes place, NOT the date for the version)
        1. Intermediate minor-minor version
      29. List tags (works for specific file because all files are usually tagged - it is done from the top of the tree)
      30. Retrieve all pepsea files for a certain tag (do it in a fresh directory)
      31. Compare source that was e.g. checked out using a tag to CVS to check no files were modified
      32. Branching
        1. Use standard convention in tagging for branch ****point**** (note: date is tag date, not version date 2002-02-05)
        2. Make branch ****tag****
        3. Make local files the "branch" source files ("'"'s are optional)
        4. Update from the main branch, with the updates between two tagged points (note: the "-nq" option does NOT work in this case)
        5. Check-in
          1. Tag with release version number and append "_1" (or higher numbers)
        6. Internal note
          1. Update source file to main trunck version, not sticky version
            1. cvs update -A
        7. Merging branch into main
      33. Remove CVS directories from a checked out tree [only do it on clean/fresh checked out!!]
      34. Import files from one CVS server to another, final
    24. Dump open file descriptors, including for TCP connections, etc. [second column is process ID, e.g. for kill]
  11. Networking
    1. Internet
    2. Communication
      1. PPP
        1. See system log in real-time, last 25 lines (must be root/super user)
      2. Symbolic IP address
      3. IP address for the computer
    3. No slowdown with isolated 10.0.0.x network
  12. Files/command line
    1. Recursive grep (faster than using find with grep)
    2. Recursive file copy
    3. Bash/sh
      1. Use of parameter (sh only?)
      2. Use of parameter (csh only?)
      3. Change prompt (does not work in e.g. zsh!)
      4. zsh
        1. In file .zshrc
    4. User home directory, e.g. /home/mortense, file ".bashrc" [ Global macros in /etc/bashrc]
    5. Ownership
    6. Uncompress
    7. Recursive grep search (after file names)
      1. Directories and files []
      2. Grep mult
      3. Files only
      4. With file size threshold [bytes]
      5. Modified last 3 days
      6. Modified last 27 minutes (not supported by AIX)
      7. Find content in files, in this case in files smaller than about 1 MB
      8. Find MSQuant folders
    8. MS-DOS
    9. Free disk space
    10. CD-ROM, Soundblaster
    11. Disk performance
    12. Copy recursively
    13. Change group settings recursively on directory
    14. Change mode recursively to group
    15. Return the path to the closest XYZ program to you
    16. Size of a directory and all subdirectories [must have read access to subdirectories for accuracy]
    17. Size of whole disks
    18. Recursively list size of files
    19. Files in use in /tmp [second column is process ID, e.g. for kill]
    20. If you want to find a file, you can do
    21. Access junk directory from mounted UNIX/Linux home directory; create symbolic link to /junk/mortense/
    22. Make list of all files
    23. Copy an entire directory while preserving original rights, symlinks and ownerships
    24. Norton Commander/Windows Commander equivalent
    25. Diff two directoies
    26. No newline output by the echo command
    27. Hex dump of a file
  • Windows
    1. Date, ISO 8601
    2. Opera browser
      1. Address bar shorcuts [menu Tools/Preferences/tab Search]
        1. Old
      2. Wikipedia
      3. Wiktionary
      4. Stack Overflow [deleted existing with s shortcut]
        1. Related
          1. Only in questions
          2. Only with particular tags, "scripting" and "python" in this example
      5. CodeProject
      6. Server Fault
      7. Meta Stack Overflow
      8. Super User
      9. Math Overflow
      10. LinkedIn
      11. Den Danske Ordbog
      12. someFuture
  • vim - M$ Windows
    1. vimrc file
      1. Name of
      2. Location - e.g. C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator
      3. Open maximised
      4. Set permanent font
  • Task Manager
    1. EXE file name
  • Visual Studio - VS
    1. <http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20507/give-me-awesome-visual-studio-keyboard-short-cuts>
  • DotNet, .NET
    1. Use an existing COM component
    2. Generate IL from C++
    3. Right-click/context menu, C-sharp
    4. RegEx, Help section, \d, \s, etc
    5. Task Manager, real image name for some EXE files
  • Install Apache, PHP and MySQL on localmachine
    1. Apache
      1. Approx URL
      2. Exact URL; 5.1 MB
      3. Install
        1. In dialog
          1. Network domain
          2. Server name
    2. PHP
      1. Approx URL
      2. Exact URL
      3. Install
        1. Edit php.ini
        2. Edit/add at the end of Apache's httpd.conf, e.g. F:\Program Files\Apache Group-1.3.24\Apache\conf [note forward slashes!!]
        3. Test
          1. Create file test.php in Apache's htdocs and add, e.g. F:\Program Files\Apache Group-1.3.24\Apache\htdocs\test.php
          2. In browser
    3. MySQL
      1. Approx URL
      2. Exact URL
      3. Install
      4. Test
        1. c
      5. Test with Apache
        1. c
      6. Test PHP script to test connection to MySQL (all of PHP, Apache and MySQL in action)
  • VC++
    1. Keyboard shortcut for changing focus to Workspace (english keyboard layout)
  • Exchange
    1. MDSP server
  • Performance counters
    1. TCPIP, performance object "TCP"
      1. Accumulative
      2. Not accumulative
  • Find MAC address for a computer
  • IP-address to Ethernet/MAC address translation table
  • nslookup
    1. Set debug mode and to verbose
    2. Set DNS server to use (if default is not good)
    3. Non-interactive for default server no good
  • Recreate 3 floppy disks for floppy only installation
  • Protana Web
    1. Home pages
  • Cmd-line
    1. File completion
    2. Title/caption for commmand line windows (for colours: color /?)
  • Mac/Windows
    1. Workstation/AppleShare
  • Crash Pentium
  • Fonts
  • Command line processor on Windows NT
    1. DOS
    2. Windows
  • Registry
    1. Set action is edit for .reg files [not Merge, is a security risk]
    2. Run once, e.g. by installers over a restart
    3. UDP for DCOM RPC
    4. Registry, DNS (only Microsoft DNS Server?)
  • Null device
  • Print post script file to printer (printer name is as in Network Neighborhood)
  • Light blue background colour/color
  • For CMD.EXE and PuTTY, yellow on yellow-green background - like old terminals
    1. Background ["Screen Background"]
    2. Foreground ["Screen Text"]
    3. Instructions for setting up PuTTY
      1. c. Window/Colours/Select a colour to adjust/Default Background
      2. d. Window/Colours/Select a colour to adjust/Default Foreground
      3. e. Window/Appearence/Font settings/Font used in the terminal window/Change/
  • Microsoft Word
    1. Keep lines together alias protect block
  • Start process asynchroniously from Perl
  • TClockEx format
    1. Clock format
    2. Tooltip format
  • Development
    1. Register a dll
    2. Visual C++
      1. Link order for MFC apps
      2. Include directories
    3. Debug DLL called from VB (is this true?)
    4. Threads introduction
    5. MSDN links
      1. ATL
        1. Enumerators
    6. How do I get NT, 95 and 98 to generate corefiles
  • Creating/cloning bootable Windows NT
  • Keyboard shortcuts
    1. Start menu
    2. Right click/context menu
  • Send message to another computer (to computer "jakobsen")
  • Windows 2000
    1. Recovery Console
      1. Install RC
      2. MBR recovery
      3. Boot sector recovery
      4. Identify and disable service or driver
      5. Adding and deleting partitions
    2. Shortcuts
      1. Toggle read/unread state in in-box
    3. Add own words for spelling
  • List of TCP/IP connections; their state, etc.
  • Crashing Apache for Windows [remove leading xx]
  • List open file descriptors for a process [FD=0,1,2; standard input, standard output, standard error] [second column is process ID, e.g. for kill]
  • Applications
    1. Outlook
      1. Change signature
  • 2003-08 Windows computer virus (name?)
  • Open in Explorer (/e is for an Explore window - with two panels. /select selects in right-hand panel)
  • 7zip, Windows, command lines
    1. Directory
  • Regular expressions
    1. Find function, call or use (but can be in comment lines)
  • Frontier
    1. Tables/Frontier database
    2. Navigating
  • BTX
    1. Public BTX terminals, Heidelberg
    2. BTX/T-Online server
      1. proxies
    3. Access to BTX from outside Germany
  • CyberCity
    1. Phone
    2. DNS
    3. E-mail
    4. Change access code
    5. Web-page
      1. Upload
      2. Default page
      3. Address
    6. CyberCity pages
    7. USENET
  • SDU
    1. DNS
    2. E-mail
  • Internet
    1. Wikipedia
      1. Links
        1. Reference
        2. Cheatsheet
        3. Renamed link; link and label
          1. Link text to link translation [<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invisible_comment>, from <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:How_to_edit_a_page>]
        4. Renamed internal link (link on the same page)
        5. External link, Named link (from <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Wiki_markup#link-external>)
      2. Sign on talk pages [will add name and the date], [3 is user name only, 4 is user name and date]
      3. Responding in discussion sections
    2. General
      1. Wordlist
        1. Short words, part of The Economist Style Guide
        2. Acronyms
        3. Casing
        4. Expansions
      2. Composing questions
        1. Avoiding unwanted answers
        2. Wiki markup
      3. Quoting
        1. Inline code
      4. Unit and quantities
        1. Bytes (note lower case for the first one. Ref: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kilobyte>)
        2. Frequencies (see <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hertz>)
      5. Some standard transformations
      6. Some standard sentences
        1. Area 51 description field
          1. homework guidelines here
      7. Hard to search for products/projects (difficult)
        1. Whoosh
        2. Delphi
        3. ColdFusion
          1. <http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2056305/fbconnect-sessiondidlogin-never-called-starting-from-the-second-time-the-user-t>
      8. Question for Dr. Grammar
    3. TCP/IP
      1. Well-known port numbers for TCP (on UNIX/Linux systems in /etc/services)
        1. _FTP
        2. _HTTP
        3. _NNTP
        4. _TELNET
        5. _DAYTIME
    4. WWW administration
    5. WWW search engines
      1. Alta Vista
      2. Dejanews
    6. Links to EMBL Protein and Peptide Group
    7. zWWW change watch (where to put?)
      1. URL-minder
    8. WWW
      1. this command to your vimrc or gvimrc file
    9. Includes
      1. following
    10. Sample Full length book for download
    11. features make it powerful
  • FTP
    1. SIMTEL20
      1. mirrors
    2. CICA
      1. mirror
    3. INFO-MAC
      1. mirrors
    4. UMICH
      1. mirrors
    5. Others
      1. More
  • Other ftp-sites; companies, ..
  • Specific software
    1. Apple
    2. More
  • Archies
  • Telnet
  • WAIS
  • List servers
    1. Apple
    2. Newer
  • Gophers
  • URL's
  • NEWS
    1. WWW notes
    2. NEWS
      1. News-servers
      2. News-Clients
        1. UNIX/Linux
      3. Newsgroups
      4. Searching news
      5. Annotated list of newsgroups
      6. FTP resources
  • Internet mail
    1. Addresses
      1. EMBL
      2. Public
        1. Development
  • AppleLink
  • eWorld
  • devWorld
  • Macintosh break
  • Netscape setup
  • Quotes
    1. Should be focus of all software developers
      1. Some others
    2. Whoisylvia@aol.com (Whoisylvia)
    3. Right on!
    4. Software community
    5. Link to Web-site disclamer
    6. David
    7. Product announcements
    8. Web fragmentation
    9. Response to flames 1
    10. Response to flames 2
    11. Response to flames 3
    12. Response to flames 4
    13. Response to flames 5
    14. Computer standards 1
    15. Computer standards 2
    16. For signature 1
    17. For signature 2
    18. For signature 3
    19. Operations
    20. For signature 4
    21. For signature 5
    22. For signature 6
      1. Linux wigwam
      2. Linux
    23. For signature 7
      1. Comparing
    24. For signature 8
      1. Hundred year truth
    25. For signature 9
      1. Rocket science
    26. For signature 10
      1. Computers
    27. Kvinder og brombasser
    28. UNIX
    29. Development wisdom
    30. Linux reality
    31. Engineers
    32. Postponing new features
    33. Counting
    34. IT change
    35. Installing Linux / NT soul to
    36. SUPPORT, NOT TO CONTROL
    37. Misnomer / Macrosoft
    38. Recursive
    39. Linux critique
    40. Comm
    41. Remove him
    42. Paranoia
    43. Sex code
    44. Specific
    45. Forth
    46. Hævn over Preben
    47. Mark Pilgrim
    48. UNIX
    49. Sigh
    50. Experience and judgement
    51. Communism
    52. Extreme
    53. Acronyms
    54. Users
    55. Software Development
    56. Powerful
    57. Patents
    58. Java
    59. Windows
    60. Lotteries
    61. Closed Minds
    62. Flame flamers
    63. One browser sites
    64. Patents
    65. IBM then, MS now
    66. Software development
    67. To signature
    68. Fools
    69. Penguins strike back
    70. BioJoke
    71. Not CEO
    72. MBA behavior
    73. Reality
    74. Lazy Web-site developers
    75. To the top
    76. As destruction
    77. Kortsigtede løsninger
    78. Astronomi
    79. Creating value (not VCs)
    80. Deadlines
    81. iPhone sucks
    82. Ads
    83. Yothu Yindi
    84. Robots
    85. Engineering
    86. Feature game
    87. Java truth
    88. Motion
    89. Databases
    90. Stupidity
    91. Customers
    92. Breasts
    93. Linux
    94. Wage
    95. Kapitalfonde
    96. Dr. Ting, FORTH
    97. GUIs
    98. Biolog
    99. Adulthood
    100. Useless minimalistic
    101. Electricity
    102. Prediction
    103. UNIX conservatives, 1
    104. UNIX conservatives, 2
    105. JavaScript bad
    106. Java lies
    107. Computer Scientists
    108. Experience
    109. Platforms
    110. iPhone
    111. Scientists' math skills
    112. Non-linear processes
    113. Stack Overflow
    114. Accounting
    115. Zeitgeist
    116. Visual Studio
    117. Rewriting
    118. Workflow management
    119. Splitting hairs
    120. Digg
    121. Winning
    122. Origin of human language
  • Poem 1
  • Poem 2
  • Definitions
    1. legacy systems
  • Books
  • Spam poison

    Total number of URLs: 7188

    HTML

    Verbatim
    Use of target attribute in A tag to open a new window; "target=xxx"
    Verbatim
    Example: <a href=http://speedy.mips.biochem.mpg.de/mips/yeast target=DocWin>yeast</a>

    XML

    DocBook

    Cygwin, sshd setup

    Verbatim
    cd /etc
    Verbatim
    ssh-keygen -q -b 1024 -f /etc/ssh/ssh_host_key -C '' -N ''
    Verbatim
    ssh-keygen -q -d -b 1024 -f /etc/ssh/ssh_host_dsa_key -C '' -N ''
    Verbatim
    mv ssh/ssh_host_dsa_key .

    DOS

    UNIX/Linux

    Find Linux version

    Verbatim
    uname -a

    KDE

    Find where KDE is installed (usually /opt/kde or /usr/local/kde)

    Verbatim
    find ./ -name kde

    Essential gphoto2/Olympus C-2100 line (edited from Linux)

    Verbatim
    gphoto2 --port usb --camera "Olympus C-2100UZ" --folder "DCIM/100OLYMP" -P

    ImageMagick, scale & lower JPG quality & rotate

    Verbatim
    mogrify -geometry 768x512 -quality 25 -rotate 90 *.jpg

    More gphoto

    Verbatim
    cd /mnt/win_c/olymp2100/temp2/
    Verbatim
    mkdir temp3
    Verbatim
    cp olymp01/*.jpg olymp02/*.jpg olymp03/*.jpg temp3
    Verbatim
    cd temp3
    Verbatim
    mogrify -geometry 768x512 -quality 25 *.jpg
    Verbatim
    mkdir thump
    Verbatim
    cp *.jpg thump
    Verbatim
    cd thump
    Verbatim
    mogrify -geometry 70x50 -quality 25 *.jpg

    AIX

    C++ compiler

    Verbatim
    xlC

    Visual Age C++ (should it be here?)

    Add source files

    Verbatim
    Cfg/Source and Groups/select source group (Gd)/right page;view Change Source and Groups/Browse/Add/Apply

    Promote header files

    Verbatim
    Cs/Source Files/view Source Files/Filter (icon) Show All/select/right click/Add Source to Configuration/Add Source to Source Directive/

    Recovering

    VACPP hangs at startup
    Verbatim
    rename /home/mortense/.vacpp
    Kill compiler if it hangs during compile
    Verbatim
    kill </usr/vacpp/bin/.real/imui>
    Verbatim
    delete *.ics file

    Specify command line options to user program

    Verbatim
    Prj/Debug/view with "Run specifications"/Arguments

    char as signed

    Verbatim
    Check this on: Cfg/Options/Change Options pane/Common C_C++ and C++ Only Compiler Options/Language Options/Common C_C++ Language Options/Treat char variables as signed.

    Find MAC address (ethernet)

    Verbatim
    netstat -i for finding xxx number, e.g. en1
    Verbatim
    lscfg -v ent1 for find the MAC address. Note the extra "t".

    Misc

    bash

    Let "!" from history print instead of executing, :p

    Verbatim
    !ex:p -could print: " export CVSROOT=:ext:mortense@10.0.0.120:/cvs"

    Type-search for command from command history (editing is possible before executing)

    Verbatim
    CTRL+r

    End word of last command

    Verbatim
    !$

    All arguments of the last command

    Verbatim
    !*

    erase word

    Verbatim
    ^w

    erase from here to beginning of the line

    Verbatim
    ^u
    Verbatim
    processes

    List

    Verbatim
    ps -ax (All processes)
    Verbatim
    ps -u mortense (for one user)

    Break connection between login and running jobs (zsh only and for job 1)

    Verbatim
    disown %1

    Process info

    Command line parameters

    Working directory (for ID 25641)

    Verbatim
    cd /proc/25641/cwd; /bin/pwd

    The number of major faults which have required loading a memory page from disk

    Verbatim
    /proc/256412/stat/majflt

    Check if process app is running (does this work?? - "-v" inverts...)

    Verbatim
    ps -ef | grep app | grep -v app | wc -l

    ls standard, sort by date (can be placed in ~/.bashrc)

    Verbatim
    ls -lFatc --color --full-time
    .bashrc entry
    Verbatim
    alias lsa='ls -lFatc --color --full-time'
    Sort by date
    Verbatim
    ls -toa
    Sort by date, show seconds as well
    Verbatim
    ls -toa --full-time

    Documentation

    RedHat manual

    On CD-ROM
    Verbatim
    /mnt/cdrom/doc/rhmanual/manual

    nag [Network Adminstrator's guide]

    Verbatim
    /usr/doc/LDP/nag/

    All FAQs [CD-ROM]

    Verbatim
    /mnt/cdrom/doc/FAQ/html/

    Apache WWW server root

    Verbatim
    /home/httpd/html/index.html

    Emacs

    Exit

    Verbatim
    C-x C-c
    Verbatim
    Ctrl + x + c

    Save

    Verbatim
    C-x C-s
    Verbatim
    Ctrl + x + s

    Docs

    Verbatim
    /usr/doc/

    Capture man page to a file

    Verbatim
    man -c traceroute > file

    Alternative (better? - yes) capture man page to a file

    Verbatim
    man traceroute | col -b > file

    dosfs, fromdos, todos

    Verbatim
    Info in FAQs/faq_11.p2

    Graphics

    Ghostscript

    Show/preview postscript file on screen
    Verbatim
    gs -sDEVICE=x11 file.ps
    Print postscript file on printer
    Verbatim
    gs -sDEVICE=cdj550 -sOutputFile=cstyle.cdj -dNOPAUSE cstyle.ps
    Verbatim
    cat cstyle.cdj > /dev/par2 (lpr can not handle big files....)
    Documentation
    Verbatim
    /usr/lib/ghostscript/doc/use.doc

    dvips (make postscript from TeX .dvi output file)

    Verbatim
    dvips cstyle.dvi -t a4 -pp 3-43 -o cstyle.ps (actual pages,page 3-43,
    Verbatim
    3,43 = 3 and 43 only)
    Verbatim
    Roff files on screen: groff -mgs file.roff | less ???????
    Verbatim
    groff -Tascii file.ms | less ,or to file
    Verbatim
    groff -Tascii file.ms > file
    Verbatim
    Roff files to postscript file: groff -Tps file.ms > name.ps
    Verbatim
    Roff files to Tex dvi file: groff -Tdvi file.ms > name.dvi
    Verbatim
    .ms files: groff -ms file.ms -Tps > file.ps

    Terminals

    Recover getty terminal

    Verbatim
    echo "^V^O" (^V is CTRL-V)

    Better control with VNC/Window NT telnet

    Verbatim
    export TERM=vt100

    More virtual terminals

    Verbatim
    add lines to /etc/inittab

    Printer/parallel port

    Verbatim
    Device: /dev/par2
    Verbatim
    Files: /etc/printers: /dev/par2 cdj550 NOT_POSTSCRIPT
    Verbatim
    /etc/printcap: lpr0|lp...lp=/dev/par2

    Print

    Verbatim
    cat file | lpr

    Indent output

    Verbatim
    cat file | lpr -i<num>

    Example

    Verbatim
    cat /etc/fstab | lpr -i9

    hosts

    Verbatim
    ypcat hosts

    HTML documents from the command line

    Verbatim
    /cg/cg1/toldo/webcopy-0.97b2/webcopy-solaris -v "<URL>"
    Verbatim
    /home/www/cgi-bin/htget (webcopy is better)

    EMBL Web

    Each group is assigned a directory in

    Verbatim
    /home/www/htdocs/Services
    Verbatim
    _ftp://hawk.embl-heidelberg.de//home/www/htdocs/ExternalInfo/mann/
    Verbatim
    /home/www/htdocs/LocalInfo
    Verbatim
    /home/www/htdocs/ExternalInfo/mann

    Personal home pages

    Verbatim
    Create directory in home directory with the name "public_html" and
    Verbatim
    put all html files in there. It is a good idea to have the
    Verbatim
    top page named "index.html".

    EMBL mail secret for subject (capital M !)

    Verbatim
    Mail -s "Re>Hello!" mortensen@embl-heidelberg.de

    Aliases

    Verbatim
    XYZ

    Netscape 3 or 4 on hawk

    Verbatim
    netscape3
    Verbatim
    netscape4
    Verbatim
    /usr/pub/bin/netscape to start netscape3
    Verbatim
    /usr/pub/bin/netscape4 to start netscape4

    Alternatives to hawk

    Verbatim
    vulture, phenix, alpha1, alpha2, alpha3, alpha4, alpha5, alpha6

    Newsreaders

    Verbatim
    trn, tin, and nn.

    Tape backup

    Verbatim
    BRU (which has an X interface called XBRU) to run your tape backup

    Cut the last byte from a file 888 bytes in length

    Verbatim
    perl -e '$/=undef;$f=<>;print substr($f,0,887);' "pf=SIF section=SIF info_2.prf" > pfgood3

    Shutdown/startup

    Nice shutdown

    Verbatim
    shutdown -r 2 Sorry, rebooting. P.Mortensen.

    Trace down telnet extremely long startup delay

    Verbatim
    ps ax | grep inetd (to find process ID for inetd, e.g. 339)
    Verbatim
    strace -f -p 339 (will display e.g. what DNS server telnet tries to use. Possible file to look in: resolv.conf)

    Hardware info

    RAM

    Verbatim
    cat /proc/meminfo

    Checksum [check sum] of a file [alternative is cksum]

    Verbatim
    md5sum <file>

    Goto to end in a "less" display

    Verbatim
    G

    Detect soft vs hard links in ls display

    Soft

    Verbatim
    "->" in file name field

    Hard

    Verbatim
    Link count field is greater than 1

    Process tree with parent/children shown

    Verbatim
    pstree -aup

    Assemple single DTA files into one DTA file

    Verbatim
    foreach i in dta200/*.dta;cat $i >> result.txt;echo >> result.txt;end

    Convert DOS file to UNIX file

    Verbatim
    tr -d '\r' < file.dos > file.unix

    Indent with the "proper" options

    Verbatim
    indent -kr -i8 -ts8 -sob -l80 -ss -bs -psl "$@"

    tar a directory

    Verbatim
    tar --create --verbose --file=gphoto2.tar libusb gphoto2

    Pack with tar

    Verbatim
    tar c cli misc > pepsrc.tar

    List tar archive

    Verbatim
    tar tf pepsrc.tar

    Compile Linux kernel

    Verbatim
    tar -xzf linux-2.4.17.tar.gz
    Verbatim
    cd linux
    Verbatim
    make xconfig
    Verbatim
    make dep
    Verbatim
    make clean
    Verbatim
    make modules
    Verbatim
    make modules install

    Standard installation procedure

    Verbatim
    ./configure
    Verbatim
    make
    Verbatim
    su
    Verbatim
    make install

    Perl

    Perl debugger

    Go

    Verbatim
    c

    Step Over

    Verbatim
    n

    Step Into

    Verbatim
    s

    Step out

    Verbatim
    r

    Perl "lint"

    Verbatim
    perl -Mstrict -cw <file> # Perl "lint"

    Editors

    vi

    cursor control

    Verbatim
    left: h, right: l, up: k, down: j

    Split window in two

    Verbatim
    ":sp"

    Switch split windows

    Verbatim
    CTRL-W CTRL-W

    mark

    Verbatim
    "ma"

    return to mark

    Verbatim
    "`a".

    Setup/install

    Configuration, better than control-panel

    Verbatim
    linuxconf

    RPM

    Verify all RPM packages

    Verbatim
    rpm -Va

    Information about a RPM package

    Verbatim
    rpm -qip <somefile>.rpm

    Files that a RPM package will install

    Verbatim
    rpm -qlp <somefile>.rpm

    Upgrade a package

    Verbatim
    rpm -Uvh <somefile>.rpm

    Disable console window's screen saver [blanking]

    Verbatim
    Put in login script: setterm -blank 0

    System wide environment variables

    Verbatim
    Set in file /etc/profile, e.g. PATH, HOST,

    Persistent set of date/time from Linux

    Verbatim
    /sbin/hwclock --set --date="2000-02-14 18:42:00"

    Set local time zone (changes /etc/localtime, a binary file)

    Verbatim
    /usr/sbin/timeconfig

    X-windows

    Menus

    Verbatim
    /etc/X11/fvwm2/system.fvwm2rc, in AddToMenu "StartMenu", etc.

    Startup items, add to

    Verbatim
    /etc/X11/fvwm2/system.fvwm2rc, in AddToFunc "InitFunction"

    Configuration

    Verbatim
    /system_cd/usr/X386/lib/X11/Xconfig
    Verbatim
    /usr/X386/lib/X11/Xconfig

    Cut/paste

    Verbatim
    Selection: left button;drag, extend selcection: right button
    Verbatim
    Paste: middle button

    Kill X server

    Verbatim
    ctrl-alt-backspace

    Install additional software components

    Verbatim
    control-panel (under X-windows)
    Verbatim
    install_component (from command line)

    Remote

    Verbatim
    /usr/bin/X11/xterm -d 195.41.108.179:0

    Console only [no X-windows] at startup [good keywords: linux start X console graphics redhat]

    Verbatim
    Debian: In file /etc/rc.config, DISPLAYMANAGER=. Leave empty for text console.
    Verbatim
    Redhat: outcomment last line in /etc/inittab ("x:5:respawn:/etc/X11/prefdm -nodaemon")

    Colours for xterm window [bg equals background]

    Verbatim
    xterm -bg darkblue -fg yellow &

    Size for xterm window [unit is characters, not pixels]

    Verbatim
    xterm -geometry 80x60 &

    Emacs

    Verbatim
    emacs -bg darkblue -fg yellow -geometry 80x60 &

    Colours, e.g. from <http://weblogs.userland.com/manilaNewbies/colors>

    Verbatim
    white, black, yellow, \#554055 (some brown), \#705070 (brown-violet), bisque3 (light yellow-brown), grey60, maroon (red-violet, rabarber!), palevioletred (near pink!), red, green, magenta, cyan

    Environment variables for colours

    Environment variable for where X should display

    Verbatim
    DISPLAY

    Set environment variable DISPLAY (bash)

    Verbatim
    DISPLAY=193.175.249.114:0
    Verbatim
    export DISPLAY

    Set environment variable DISPLAY (csh, e.g. Bruker solaris)

    Verbatim
    setenv DISPLAY 195.41.108.146:0

    start Gnome RPM manager (RedHat 6.0)

    Verbatim
    gnorpm &

    start RPM manager (RedHat 5.2)

    Verbatim
    glint &

    start Control Panel

    Verbatim
    control-panel &

    start GNOME File Manager

    Verbatim
    gmc &

    Passwords

    Verbatim
    passwd (system CD-ROM must be mounted because passwd is on it)

    Boot configuration

    Verbatim
    cd /var/etc/
    Verbatim
    lilo (uses lilo.conf, not /etc/lilo/config. Does not
    Verbatim
    change boot configuration if error occurs.)

    Add to everybody's path

    Verbatim
    Edit /etc/profile to :export PATH=$PATH:/usr/somedir

    Re-read of the environment settings in the .bash_profile file

    bash

    Verbatim
    . ~/.bash_profile

    csh/tcsh

    Verbatim
    source .<csh/tcsh conf file>

    Start in single user mode - as root. At boot time

    Verbatim
    linux -b (or linux single or linux S)

    SAMBA

    Configuration files

    Main
    Verbatim
    /etc/smb.conf, /etc/smbusers
    Main, Solaris
    Verbatim
    /export/home/local/samba/lib/smb.conf

    Restart after reconfiguration

    Verbatim
    /etc/rc.d/init.d/smb restart

    Restart after reconfiguration, Solaris

    Verbatim
    /export/home/local/samba/bin/testparm /export/home/local/samba/lib/smb.conf

    System setup

    Boot/startup messages

    Verbatim
    /etc/boot.log

    Network setup

    RedHat

    Verbatim
    /etc/sysconfig/network (hostname, domain name, gateway)
    Verbatim
    /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 (IP address, netmask, network, broadcast)
    Verbatim
    /etc/resolv.conf (nameserver, e.g.)
    Verbatim
    /etc/nsswitch.conf (name order search, eg. files nisplus nis dns)

    Socalled Plug-n-play Linux

    Verbatim
    /etc/networks (loopback, berg-net)
    Verbatim
    /etc/net.conf (hostname, domain, fullhost, IP#, netmask, network, gateway, nameserver)
    Verbatim
    /etc/resolv.conf (nameserver)
    Verbatim
    /etc/rc.net (ifconfig, route add,)
    Verbatim
    /etc/named.conf (nameserver, domain)
    Verbatim
    /etc/hosts (pclu00, pclu00.taru.com)
    Verbatim
    /etc/hostname (pclu00)

    Renew setup (for DHCP, same as ipconfig /renew in Windows NT/2000)

    Verbatim
    service network restart

    Development

    Verbatim
    cc hellowd.cpp -liostream
    Verbatim
    gcc manual: /system_cd/usr/info/gcc.info*

    Default paths for gcc

    Verbatim
    C_INCLUDE_PATH to include directories.
    Verbatim
    LIBRARY_PATH to libs directories. (or LD_LIBRARY_PATH?)

    Redirect standard error to file

    Verbatim
    gcc cc.cpp 2> capture.cpp

    Find compiler predefines

    Verbatim
    g++ --verbose test.cc

    Posix threads, pthreads

    Verbatim
    In glibc but not libc5

    Find out if system/kernel is called by executing your program with

    Verbatim
    strace <program> or strace -o outfile <program>

    list symbols from object files

    Verbatim
    nm, e.g.

    Find which library file a symbol belongs to [for resolving link errors] [example: find function pthread_create]

    Verbatim
    nm /usr/lib/lib* --print-file-name | grep pthread_create

    #KCC license line in .bash_profile

    Display dependent files (dynamically linked)

    Verbatim
    ldd hello
    Verbatim
    Listing of the files the libraries the system knows it has, type
    Verbatim
    /sbin/ldconfig -p
    Verbatim
    New glibc, older(ldd is optional Linux utility to see shared libraries)
    Verbatim
    ldd /bin/ls libc.so.6

    Debugging

    Use core to find where program crashed

    Verbatim
    gdb theprogrampath -core core
    Verbatim
    bt for stack trace

    gdb operations

    Go
    Verbatim
    continue (alias c/fg)
    Step over
    Verbatim
    next
    Step in
    Verbatim
    step
    Break
    Verbatim
    kill -s SIGINT <PID>

    gdb

    Let gdb stop in assert instead of process exit (handle 6: from info/ handle or signals)
    Verbatim
    handle 6 nopass
    In .gdbinit file, for xxx
    Verbatim
    directory /home/toby/projects/galaxy/engine:/home/toby/projects/galaxy/include

    Specify programs arguments

    Verbatim
    set args -cdaemon

    Sample gdb commands

    Verbatim
    cd /sambapub
    Verbatim
    set args -cdaemon
    Verbatim
    break except/excopsif.cpp:51

    Debugging PepSea on Linux

    Start
    Verbatim
    /home/enielsen/gdb-5.2/gdb/gdb linucola.exe
    In gdb
    Verbatim
    run <params> -params, e.g. -cdaemon
    At breakpoint or crash
    Verbatim
    dump?
    From stack dump report in sourceForge to symbolic stack dump
    Verbatim
    /home/mortense/callStack2line.pl | xargs addr2line -e linucola.exe
    Pretty printing
    Verbatim
    set print pretty
    C++, current value of iterator
    Verbatim
    ._M_current
    C++, index into vector<>
    Verbatim
    _M_start(137)

    Funcion to get string for error code in errno

    Verbatim
    strerror()

    errno, headerfile with symbolic codes

    Verbatim
    /usr/src/linux-2.2.5/include/asm-i386/errno.h

    List of signal names, e.g. SIGTRAP, SIGTERM, SIGSEGV

    Verbatim
    kill -l

    Writing/preparing man pages, help for

    Verbatim
    man 7 man, "macros to format man pages"

    man number, necessary when multiple commands or functions have the same name

    Verbatim
    man -s<number>, e.g. in most cases: man -s1

    see all compile options for the kernel

    Verbatim
    cd /usr/src/linux, 'make config'

    Look at threads, alternative to ps command

    Verbatim
    pstree

    Start program at system startup

    Verbatim
    Edit /etc/rc.d/rc.local

    Cluster course access (X: forward, 2: protocol number) -see 2001-03-13 cal.

    Normal ssh

    Verbatim
    ssh -X -2 mortense@roadrunner.imada.sdu.dk

    X-Windows (is 13 6013? 0: 1280x1024x9)

    Verbatim
    xwfb :13 -screen 0 &
    Verbatim
    export DISPLAY=:13:0

    Gobling

    Secure copy

    To gobling
    Verbatim
    scp -r 20010406 mortense@10.131.1.31:/home/mortense
    From gobling
    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@10.131.1.31:/home/mortense/devproj/pepsea/source/pepcore/linucola.exe .
    Verbatim
    scp -r 'mortense@172.22.32.2:"/home/mortense/sambapub/pf=SIF section=SIF info_2.prf"' /home/mortense
    From odin097
    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@odin097:/home/mortense/linuxcola87.log .
    Verbatim
    scp -r 'mortense@172.22.32.1:"/home/pepsprod/prod_corba_master/pf=SIF section=SIF info_2.prf"' .
    Verbatim
    scp -r 'mortense@odin045:"/home/pepsprod/prod_corba_client0/pf=SIF section=SIF info_2.prf"' .

    Secure copy, Windows/Cygwin

    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/temp2
    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@172.22.32.200:/home/mortense/temp2.lis .

    SIF file from a node to ISAAC

    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/temp2
    Verbatim
    scp -r pepseqdb@172.22.32.22:/home/pepseqdb/ncbinrdb.sif .

    MGMT backup (one line at a time because of passwords)

    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/temp2
    Verbatim
    mkdir MGMTbackup
    Verbatim
    cd MGMTbackup
    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@172.22.32.200:/home/mortense/clu* .
    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@172.22.32.200:/home/mortense/*.pl .
    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@172.22.32.200:/home/mortense/*.sh .

    Copy IPI database from ODEM8002, cluster head

    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@172.22.38.130:/home/enielsen/ipi-fixup/ipi.new .
    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@172.22.38.130:/home/enielsen/ipi-fixup/ipi.new /cygdrive/c/temp2

    Copy of MDSP Web-site

    Verbatim
    see below!

    Database from NEWTON to ODIN31

    Verbatim
    cd 'U:\SIFs\nrdb 1997-10-31\'
    Verbatim
    scp -r nrdb.sif pepseqdb@odin031.odin.mdsp.com:/home/pepseqdb/nrdbref.sif
    Verbatim
    cd 'U:\SIFs\'
    Verbatim
    scp -r nrdb16.sif pepseqdb@odin031.odin.mdsp.com:/home/pepseqdb

    Database from NEWTON to ODEMGMT for later distribution with clucp

    Verbatim
    cd 'z:\temp2\'
    Verbatim
    scp -r nrdbref2.sif mortense@odin-mgmt.odin.mdsp.com:/home/mortense

    Database from ODEMGMT/mortense to NEWTON

    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/temp2
    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@odin-mgmt.odin.mdsp.com:/home/mortense/ncbinrdb.sif .

    Newest database from a node to NEWTON

    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/temp2
    Verbatim
    scp -r pepseqdb@odin069.odin.mdsp.com:/home/pepseqdb/ncbinrdb.sif .

    Some file from a node to NEWTON

    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/temp2
    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@odin003.odin.mdsp.com:/home/mortense/temp1.lis .

    SIF list from NEWTON to ODEMGMT

    Verbatim
    cd 'U:\temp2\'
    Verbatim
    scp -r "pf=SIF section=SIF info_2.prf" mortense@odin-mgmt.odin.mdsp.com:/home/mortense
    ODEMGMT
    Verbatim
    ./cluexec21nodes killall /home/mortense/sambapub/linucola.exe
    Verbatim
    /home/mortense/clucp21nodes "/home/mortense/pf=SIF section=SIF info_2.prf" "/home/mortense/sambapub/pf=SIF section=SIF info_2.prf"
    Verbatim
    ./cluexec21nodes 'mkdir /home/mortense/sambapub;cd /home/mortense/sambapub;./runcola.sh >/dev/null 2>&1 10>&1 &'

    Some file from the PepSea front-end (e.g. a log file)

    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/temp2
    Verbatim
    scp -r pepsprod@172.22.32.1:/home/pepsprod/temp2.lis .

    Update a linucola.exe for the DCOM production

    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/temp2
    Verbatim
    scp -r linucola.exe mortense@odin031.odin.mdsp.com:/home/mortense/sambapub/linucola.exe

    After compilation on Linux/MGMT, copy back to NEWTON

    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/temp2
    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@odin-mgmt.odin.mdsp.com:/home/mortense/20020404/work/linucola.exe .

    linucola from NEWTON to a node for development testing (under mortense)

    Verbatim
    cd 'c:\temp2\PS,2002-06-19a'
    Verbatim
    scp -r linucola.exe mortense@odin010.odin.mdsp.com:/home/mortense

    linucola from a node to MGMT (under mortense)

    Verbatim
    cd /home/mortense/distFirst
    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@odin010.odin.mdsp.com:/home/mortense/linucola.exe .

    LINUCOLA from NEWTON to ODEMGMT for later distribution with clucp

    Verbatim
    cd 'c:\temp2\PS'
    Verbatim
    scp -r linucola.exe mortense@odin-mgmt.odin.mdsp.com:/home/mortense/distFirst

    Source code from NEWTON to MGMT

    Verbatim
    cd 'C:\tolinux'
    Verbatim
    scp -r 20020626 mortense@odin-mgmt.odin.mdsp.com:/home/mortense
    Verbatim
    Copy a directory from ISAAC to ODE-MGMT
    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/temp2
    Verbatim
    scp -r "/cygdrive/Z/MS data/M020708-AC3TESQ5-0001A" mortense@odin-mgmt.odin.mdsp.com:/home/mortense/temp4

    Build system on Linux/MGMT, copy back to NEWTON

    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/devproj/pepsea/buildSystem
    Verbatim
    scp -r pepsbuild@odin-mgmt.odin.mdsp.com:/home/pepsbuild/buildsystem/*.sh .
    Verbatim
    scp -r pepsbuild@odin-mgmt.odin.mdsp.com:/home/pepsbuild/buildsystem/*.crontab .
    Verbatim
    scp -r pepsbuild@odin-mgmt.odin.mdsp.com:/home/pepsbuild/buildsystem/*.pl .

    ssh login

    Cluster head, AIX/IBM

    Verbatim
    ssh mortense@172.22.38.130
    Verbatim
    SourceForge, MDSP

    Location of home page for PepSea

    Verbatim
    /SF2.0/home/groups/pepsea/htdocs

    Upload a file (using Cygwin)

    Verbatim
    cd U:/devproj/pepsea/sf_homepage
    Verbatim
    scp -r xyz.txt mortense@pepsea.sf.mdsproteomics.com:/SF2.0/home/groups/pepsea/htdocs

    Download from mortense home

    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@pepsea.sf.mdsproteomics.com:/SF2.0/home/users/mortense/temp1.lis .

    ssh connection/login

    Verbatim
    ssh mortense@pepsea.sf.mdsproteomics.com

    Transfer web page to local (Cygwin)

    Verbatim
    scp -r mortense@pepsea.sf.mdsproteomics.com:/SF2.0/home/users/mortense/pepweb/index.html /cygdrive/c/temp2

    Transfer web page back to sourceforge

    Verbatim
    ssh mortense@pepsea.sf.mdsproteomics.com
    Verbatim
    mv pepweb/index.html pepweb/index,2002-01-xx.html (change to the correct date)
    Verbatim
    ls -lsa pepweb/
    Verbatim
    exit
    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/temp2
    Verbatim
    scp -r index.html mortense@pepsea.sf.mdsproteomics.com:/SF2.0/home/groups/pepsea/htdocs

    CVS

    Most often used sequence

    Verbatim
    export CVS_RSH=ssh
    Verbatim
    export CVSROOT=:ext:mortense@cvs.pepsea.sf.mdsp.com:/cvsroot/pepsea
    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/devproj
    Verbatim
    cvs -nq update

    Setup of CVS for Windows

    By copying files
    Set environment varialble for xxx
    Verbatim
    <Desktop/Computer/Properties/Advanced/Environment Variables/>
    Install Cygwin from download
    Download
    Verbatim
    and run <ftp://ftp.uni-erlangen.de/pub/pc/gnuwin32/cygwin/mirrors/cygnus/setup.exe>.
    Settings during setup process
    Default Text File Type
    Verbatim
    DOS
    Select Download Site
    Verbatim
    ftp.uni-erlangen.de
    Install and test ssh
    Verbatim
    mkdir -m 700 .ssh
    Verbatim
    cp /cygdrive/s/users/erik-t-nielsen/cygwin/dot-bashrc .bashrc
    Verbatim
    cp /cygdrive/s/users/erik-t-nielsen/cygwin/dot-bash_logout .bash_logout
    Verbatim
    cp /cygdrive/s/users/erik-t-nielsen/cygwin/dot-ssh-config .ssh/config
    Verbatim
    vi .ssh/config, replace PUT_YOUR_SFACCOUNTNAME_HERE
    Verbatim
    ssh-keygen
    scp .ssh/identity.pub sf.mdsproteomics.com
    Verbatim
    ssh mortense@172.22.32.200

    Set environment variable for cvs [best put where??]

    Verbatim
    export CVSROOT=:pserver:mortense@10.131.101.10:/home/cvsrepos
    Verbatim
    export CVSROOT=:pserver:mortense@172.22.50.63:/home/cvsrepos
    Verbatim
    export CVSROOT=:pserver:mortense@quest:/home/cvsrepos
    Verbatim
    export CVS_RSH=ssh
    Verbatim
    export CVSROOT=:ext:mortense@cvs.pepsea.sf.mdsproteomics.com:/cvsroot/pepsea
    Verbatim
    export CVS_RSH=ssh
    Verbatim
    export CVSROOT=:ext:mortense@cvs.pepsea.sf.mdsp.com:/cvsroot/pepsea

    Only once [creates .cvspass file, contains crypted password]

    Verbatim
    cvs login

    Some directories to change to

    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/c/devproj
    TARU
    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/g/UserData/devproj
    Verbatim
    cd pepsea/source/pepcore
    Verbatim
    cd pepsea/source/pepcore/scripts
    Verbatim
    cd pepsea/source/pepcore/corba
    Verbatim
    cd ppcommon
    Verbatim
    cd pepsea/doc
    Verbatim
    cd //U/devproj -old

    Linux directories on linux.protana.dk

    Verbatim
    cd /home/mortense/devproj

    Check in subtree if anyone else checked in [-n is no changes. q: quiet]

    Verbatim
    cvs -nq update

    Check out all files [co: alias checkout checking out...]

    Verbatim
    cvs co pepsea
    Verbatim
    cvs co ppcommon

    Check-in

    Verbatim
    cvs ci -m'some message' file

    Recursive check-in

    Verbatim
    cvs ci -m'some message'

    List of changes in all sub dirs under current dir

    Verbatim
    cvs diff -u

    As above, but ignore white space changes

    Verbatim
    cvs diff -uw

    See modification date (but the latest change) for every line

    Verbatim
    cvs annotate <file>

    Checkin new file (ci is equivalent to commit. Note: must change to directory first!!!!!)

    Verbatim
    cd xyz
    Verbatim
    cvs add file(s)
    Verbatim
    cvs ci -m'Initial revision' fil

    Overview of a file's change history

    Verbatim
    cvs log dstrxmng.cpp | less

    Do update for subtree if anyone else checked in [M in output means modified in local copy, local changes not checked in. P in output means patch; ]

    Verbatim
    cvs update

    Same as above, but will also locally create new directories recently added to CVS tree

    Verbatim
    cvs -d update

    If known that new sub directory was added do the following [e.g pepsea/source/make] (also updates other files that were checked-in by somebody else)

    Verbatim
    cvs update -d

    Symbols for conflicting changes (cvs update, etc)

    Verbatim
    <<<<<<<
    Verbatim
    <person 1 changes, local>
    Verbatim
    =======
    Verbatim
    <person 2 changes, in CVS>
    Verbatim
    >>>>>>>

    Compares to last checked in [HEAD is for last checked in]

    Verbatim
    cvs diff -r HEAD

    Compares other persons changes; used on "U" files (BASE: dynamic tag for ***original*** checked out local file. Normal diff is to the originally checked out file)

    Verbatim
    cvs diff -rBASE -rHEAD file

    Status (current revision number and file status - e.g. Up-to-date, Locally Modified, )

    One file
    Verbatim
    cvs status file
    Recursive for a particular directory
    Verbatim
    cvs status dir
    Recursive from current directory
    Verbatim
    cvs status

    Log of file(s) with check-in string for each revision

    One file
    Verbatim
    cvs log file

    Differences up to two weeks back

    Normal
    Verbatim
    cvs diff -u -D"now" -D"2 week ago"
    Only listing revisions in the time period
    Verbatim
    cvs diff -u -D"now" -D"2 week ago" --brief

    Update from repository, discarding local changes

    Verbatim
    <rename or delete file>
    Verbatim
    cvs update file

    See difference to the last checked-in file (e.g. before update)

    Verbatim
    cvs diff -r HEAD <file>

    One letter codes

    M
    Verbatim
    Locally updated, no body else checked in a new version
    U
    Verbatim
    Someone else checked in a new version.
    C

    Tagging (note: check-in first!!) a set of files, e.g. for release version 2.2.18. (note 1: tagging is for local files; those local files SHOULD be checked into CVS. Note 2: tag date is when tagging takes place, NOT the date for the version)

    Verbatim
    cvs tag 'PM_release_2_2_18_20010702' (old convention)
    Verbatim
    cvs tag 'pmortensen_release_2_2_19_20011026' (new convention: Windows login name_xyz)
    Verbatim
    cvs tag 'pmortensen_release_2_2_19_20011026' (new convention: Windows login name_xyz)
    Intermediate minor-minor version
    Verbatim
    cvs tag 'pmortensen_2001_11_26_Nova44_fix104_fix105'

    List tags (works for specific file because all files are usually tagged - it is done from the top of the tree)

    Verbatim
    cvs log pepsea/source/pepcore/misc/pdocstat.cpp | head -n 30

    Retrieve all pepsea files for a certain tag (do it in a fresh directory)

    Verbatim
    cvs co -rTAG pepsea
    Verbatim
    cvs co -rTAG ppcommon

    Compare source that was e.g. checked out using a tag to CVS to check no files were modified

    Verbatim
    cvs diff -renielsen_2002_02_05_production_release_1_0_6

    Branching

    Use standard convention in tagging for branch ****point**** (note: date is tag date, not version date 2002-02-05)
    Verbatim
    cvs tag 'enielsen_2002_04_03_production_release_1_0_6_bp'
    Make branch ****tag****
    Verbatim
    cvs tag -b 'enielsen_2002_04_03_production_release_1_0_6_bt'
    Make local files the "branch" source files ("'"'s are optional)
    Verbatim
    cvs update -r'enielsen_2002_04_03_production_release_1_0_6_bt'
    Update from the main branch, with the updates between two tagged points (note: the "-nq" option does NOT work in this case)
    Verbatim
    cvs update -jTAG0 -jTAG1
    Check-in
    Tag with release version number and append "_1" (or higher numbers)
    Internal note
    Update source file to main trunck version, not sticky version
    cvs update -A
    Merging branch into main
    Verbatim
    1. Checkout, into ***new*** directory
    Verbatim
    2. Do tagging, xyz
    Verbatim
    3. cvs update -jenielsen....nova67 (first checkin in branch(?))
    Verbatim
    4. cvs ci -m'Commit of CVS update'
    Verbatim
    5. Do tagging, xyz

    Remove CVS directories from a checked out tree [only do it on clean/fresh checked out!!]

    Verbatim
    find /home/mortense/temp5/temp3 | grep CVS | sort -r | xargs -r rm --verbose
    Verbatim
    find /home/mortense/temp5/temp3 | grep CVS | xargs rmdir

    Import files from one CVS server to another, final

    Verbatim
    export CVSROOT=:pserver:mortense@10.0.0.120:/cvs
    Verbatim
    cd /home/mortense/temp16
    Verbatim
    tar xvf temp3.tar
    Verbatim
    find temp3 | grep CVS | sort -r | xargs -r rm --verbose
    Verbatim
    find temp3 | grep CVS | xargs rmdir
    Verbatim
    cd temp3
    Verbatim
    cvs -t import pepsea tag1_0 start
    Verbatim
    cvs -t import ppcommon tag1_0 start

    Dump open file descriptors, including for TCP connections, etc. [second column is process ID, e.g. for kill]

    Verbatim
    /usr/sbin/lsof | grep linucola

    Networking

    Internet

    Verbatim
    IP addresses: /var/etc/net.conf

    Communication

    PPP

    See system log in real-time, last 25 lines (must be root/super user)
    Verbatim
    tail -n 25 -f /var/log/messages (Shows what happens to UNIX/Linux ..... ppp/modem)

    Symbolic IP address

    Verbatim
    nslookup <host-adr>

    IP address for the computer

    Verbatim
    In /

    No slowdown with isolated 10.0.0.x network

    Verbatim
    In file resolv.conf outcomment the line with "nameserver"

    Files/command line

    Recursive grep (faster than using find with grep)

    Verbatim
    rgrep -r <searchword> <startingfolder>

    Recursive file copy

    Verbatim
    cp -R <source> <dest>

    Bash/sh

    Use of parameter (sh only?)

    Verbatim
    $1

    Use of parameter (csh only?)

    Verbatim
    \!:1

    Change prompt (does not work in e.g. zsh!)

    Verbatim
    env | grep SHELL
    Verbatim
    PS1="(\$(date --iso-8601=seconds))(\u@\h:\w)\$ "
    Verbatim
    x Might be used: PROMPT_COMMAND=echo -ne "\033)0;${USER}@${HOSTNAME}: ${PWD}\007"
    Verbatim
    x Might be used: PS1="(\$(date +%H%M))(\u@\h:\w)\$ "

    zsh

    In file .zshrc
    Verbatim
    PROMPT="%n@%m %~ %% "

    User home directory, e.g. /home/mortense, file ".bashrc" [ Global macros in /etc/bashrc]

    Verbatim
    alias lsa='ls -lFa --color'

    Ownership

    Verbatim
    chown (-R) mortense file/dir
    Verbatim
    chmod u+x (u: user/owner, g: group, o: others. r:read, w:write, x:execute)

    Uncompress

    Verbatim
    .gz: gunzip -d file
    Verbatim
    .tar: tar xvf file

    Recursive grep search (after file names)

    Directories and files []

    Verbatim
    find /dir -true | grep -i searchstring

    Grep mult

    Verbatim
    find . -type f -print | xargs grep mystring.

    Files only

    Verbatim
    find /dir -true -type f | grep -i searchstring

    With file size threshold [bytes]

    Verbatim
    find / -size +2000000c -ls

    Modified last 3 days

    Verbatim
    find / -mtime -3 -ls

    Modified last 27 minutes (not supported by AIX)

    Verbatim
    find / -mmin -27 -ls

    Find content in files, in this case in files smaller than about 1 MB

    Verbatim
    find / -type f -size -1000000c -print | grep -v "/mnt" > smallFiles.txt
    Verbatim
    cat smallFiles.txt | xargs grep cvspserver 2>/dev/null

    Find MSQuant folders

    Verbatim
    grep dproj$ allFilesOnZdrive.txt | grep -v vdproj | grep -v csdproj |grep -v vbdproj
    Verbatim
    cd /cygdrive/z; find . | grep dproj$ allFilesOnZdrive.txt | grep -v vdproj | grep -v csdproj | grep -v vbdproj

    MS-DOS

    Verbatim
    Mount: mount -t msdos /dev/<device> /mnt (A: fd0, B: fd1
    Verbatim
    (C: hda1, )
    Verbatim
    (E: hda6 )
    Verbatim
    (Linux: hda7)
    Verbatim
    (F: hdb5 )
    Verbatim
    (G: SyQuest: sda1)
    Verbatim
    (H: sdb1)
    Verbatim
    (I: sdb5)
    Verbatim
    (J: sdb6)

    Free disk space

    Verbatim
    df (summarize free disk space)

    CD-ROM, Soundblaster

    Verbatim
    Mount: mount /dev/sbpro_cd /system_cd

    Disk performance

    Verbatim
    time dd if=/dev/hda of=/dev/null bs=209715200 count=1

    Copy recursively

    Verbatim
    cp -R * /home/mortense/devproj

    Change group settings recursively on directory

    Verbatim
    chgrp -R www_editors /home/httpd/html

    Change mode recursively to group

    Verbatim
    chmod -R g+w /home/httpd/html

    Return the path to the closest XYZ program to you

    Verbatim
    which XYZ

    Size of a directory and all subdirectories [must have read access to subdirectories for accuracy]

    Verbatim
    du -sh <directory>

    Size of whole disks

    Verbatim
    df

    Recursively list size of files

    Verbatim
    du -sh *

    Files in use in /tmp [second column is process ID, e.g. for kill]

    Verbatim
    lsof (or fuser)

    If you want to find a file, you can do

    Verbatim
    locate rc.atalk.sysv

    Access junk directory from mounted UNIX/Linux home directory; create symbolic link to /junk/mortense/

    Verbatim
    ln -s /junk/mortense/ peterjunk

    Make list of all files

    Verbatim
    find / -true -type f > allFiles.txt

    Copy an entire directory while preserving original rights, symlinks and ownerships

    Verbatim
    cp -av <dir> <dst>

    Norton Commander/Windows Commander equivalent

    Verbatim
    mc (Midnight Commander)

    Diff two directoies

    Verbatim
    diff -ru cat1 cat2

    No newline output by the echo command

    Verbatim
    echo -n

    Hex dump of a file

    Verbatim
    od -c <file>

    Windows

    Date, ISO 8601

    Verbatim
    Control Panel/Regional Settings/
    Verbatim
    Time: HH:mm:ss
    Verbatim
    AM: <space>
    Verbatim
    PM: <space>
    Verbatim
    Date: yyyy-MM-dd
    Verbatim
    Separator: -
    Verbatim
    dddd, yyyy-MM-dd

    Opera browser

    Address bar shorcuts [menu Tools/Preferences/tab Search]

    Verbatim
    Google, English always
    Verbatim
    Google English
    Verbatim
    g
    Old

    Wikipedia

    Wiktionary

    Stack Overflow [deleted existing with s shortcut]

    Related
    Only in questions
    Only with particular tags, "scripting" and "python" in this example

    CodeProject

    Server Fault

    Meta Stack Overflow

    Super User

    Math Overflow

    LinkedIn

    Den Danske Ordbog

    someFuture

    vim - M$ Windows

    vimrc file

    Name of

    Location - e.g. C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator

    Open maximised

    Set permanent font

    Task Manager

    EXE file name

    Visual Studio - VS

    <http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20507/give-me-awesome-visual-studio-keyboard-short-cuts>
    Verbatim
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%s&sourceid=opera&num=%i&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8 http://www.google.com/search?q=%s&sourceid=opera&num=%i&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8 Wikipedia - through Google with "I'm feeling lucky" functionality. w "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:en.wikipedia.org+%s&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&btnI=745" Wikipedia - through Google wg "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:en.wikipedia.org+%s&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8" Wiktionary - through Google wt "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:en.wiktionary.org+%s&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8" StackOverflow - through Google s "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:stackoverflow.com+%s&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8" (Start page with the same: <http://www.google.com/coop/cse?cx=018205968162215846785:7n6ajnwyz-i>.) SOQ - "inurl, questions" soq http://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Astackoverflow.com+inurl%3Aquestions%2F+%s&btnG=S%C3%B8g&meta= "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:stackoverflow.com+%s&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8" "http://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Astackoverflow.com+inurl%3Aquestions%2F+%s&btnG=S%C3%B8g&meta=" StackOverflow - through Google: tags "scripting" and "python". sotsp http://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Astackoverflow.com+inurl%3Aquestions%2Ftagged%2Fscripting%2Bpython+%s&btnG=S%C3%B8g&meta= "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:stackoverflow.com+%s&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8" "http://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Astackoverflow.com+inurl%3Aquestions%2F+%s&btnG=S%C3%B8g&meta=" Only with particular tag, "R" StackOverflow - through Google: tags "R". sotr http://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Astackoverflow.com+inurl%3Aquestions%2Ftagged%2Fr+%s&btnG=S%C3%B8g&meta= CodeProject - through Google c "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:.codeproject.com+%s&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8" ServerFault - through Google sf "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:serverfault.com+%s&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8" MetaStackOverflow - through Google mso "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:meta.stackoverflow.com+%s&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8" SuperUser - through Google with "I'm feeling lucky" functionality. su "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:superuser.com+%s&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&btnI=745" SuperUser - through Google sug "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:superuser.com+%s&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8" Math Overflow - through Google mo "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:mathoverflow.net+%s&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8" LinkedIn - through Google li "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:linkedin.com+%s&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8" Den Danske Ordbog - direct ddo "http://ordnet.dk/ddo/ordbog?query=%s" someFuture - through Google sfd "http://www.google.com/search?q=site:someFuture.com+%s&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8" _vimrc :echo $HOME autocmd GUIEnter * simalt ~X set gfn=Lucida_Console:h18:cANSI Environment settings - menu Tools/Import Export Settings/Reset All "General Development Settings - <classic> ... develop in more than one language" "Visual Basic Development Settings" "Visual C# Development Settings ... keyboard shortcuts" "Visual C++ Development Settings" Keyboard short cuts, from; <http://stackoverflow.com/questions/467383/what-are-your-most-frequently-used-shortcut-keys-in-visual-studio> <http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/parthas/keyboard-shortcuts-for-your-everyday-apps-9546> <http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/xte2hh6a(VS.71,printer
    Verbatim
    Official reference.
    Verbatim
    F12 - Go to definition.
    Verbatim
    CTRL + Shift + 8 - Go back to where you previously were.
    Verbatim
    F6 or CTRL + Shift + B - Build.
    Verbatim
    Shift + F6 or CTRL + B - Build current project.
    Verbatim
    Shift + F5 - Stop debugging.
    Verbatim
    ALT + SHIFT + T - Swap the current line with the line below it.
    Verbatim
    CTRL + M, 0 - Collapse to Definitions.
    Verbatim
    CRTL + D .. - Places you in the find textbox of the 'standard' toolbar.
    Verbatim
    CTRL + - - Is mapped to View.NavigateBackwards
    Verbatim
    and takes you to the last place your cursor was.
    Verbatim
    Alt+Drag - Box selection of content.
    Verbatim
    CTRL + E then F - Automatically format the selected
    Verbatim
    code according to VS style guides.
    Verbatim
    CTRL + M + M - Toggle Outlines.
    Verbatim
    CTRL + M + M - Toggles expand collapse at the location of the pointer.
    Verbatim
    CTRL + K CTRL + K - Create a bookmark.
    Verbatim
    CTRL + K CTRL + N - Cycle through bookmarks.
    Verbatim
    CTRL + ALT + L - Show Solution Explorer
    Verbatim
    CTRL + ALT + X - Show Toolbox
    Verbatim
    CTRL + BREAK - Cancel Build
    Verbatim
    CTRL + F5 - Start without debugging
    Verbatim
    F9 or CTRL + B - New Breakpoint
    Verbatim
    F8 - Next error or warning location
    Verbatim
    F3 - Find Next
    Verbatim
    SHIFT + F3 - Find Previous
    Verbatim
    CTRL + SPACE - Complete Word, this one's brilliant - no need to type
    Verbatim
    in the full variable name type in few letters and hit
    Verbatim
    this key combination
    Verbatim
    CTRL + K,CTRL + C - Comment
    Verbatim
    CTRL + K,CTRL + U - Uncomment

    DotNet, .NET

    Use an existing COM component

    Verbatim
    TlbImp.exe, from type library a managed assembly can be created that describes the assembly.

    Generate IL from C++

    Verbatim
    /clr switch to Microsoft's Visual C++ compiler

    Right-click/context menu, C-sharp

    Verbatim
    ContextMenu myContextMenu = ...
    Verbatim
    myControl.ContextMenu = myContextMenu

    RegEx, Help section, \d, \s, etc

    Verbatim
    ms-help://MS.VSCC/MS.MSDNVS/jscript7/html/jsjsgrpregexpsyntax.htm

    Task Manager, real image name for some EXE files

    Verbatim
    Client Server Runtime Process: system32/csrss.exe
    Verbatim
    Generic Host Process for Win32 Services: system32/svchost.exe
    Verbatim
    Services and Controller app: system32/services.exe

    Install Apache, PHP and MySQL on localmachine

    Apache

    Approx URL

    Verbatim
    <http://www.apache.org/dist/httpd/binaries/win32/>

    Exact URL; 5.1 MB

    Verbatim
    <http://www.apache.org/dist/httpd/binaries/win32/apache_1.3.24-win32-x86-no_src.exe>

    Install

    Verbatim
    start it. Restart is necessary, at least on Windows NT 4.0.
    In dialog
    Network domain
    Verbatim
    taru.com
    Server name
    Verbatim
    127.0.0.1

    PHP

    Approx URL

    Verbatim
    <http://www.php.net/downloads.php php-4.0.6-Win32.zip>

    Exact URL

    Verbatim
    <http://www.php.net/distributions/php-4.2.1-Win32.zip>

    Install

    Verbatim
    Copy php4ts.dll to Windows directory, e.g. F:\WINNT\system32
    Verbatim
    Copy php.ini-dist to Windows directory
    Verbatim
    Rename php.ini-dist to php.ini
    Edit php.ini
    Verbatim
    Search for doc_root
    Verbatim
    Set to apache root, e.g doc_root = F:\Program Files\Apache Group-1.3.24\Apache\htdocs
    Edit/add at the end of Apache's httpd.conf, e.g. F:\Program Files\Apache Group-1.3.24\Apache\conf [note forward slashes!!]
    Verbatim
    ScriptAlias /php4/ "G:/temp2/mysql/temp/php-4.2.1-Win32/"
    Verbatim
    AddType application/x-httpd-php4 .php
    Verbatim
    Action application/x-httpd-php4 "/php4/php.exe"
    Test
    Create file test.php in Apache's htdocs and add, e.g. F:\Program Files\Apache Group-1.3.24\Apache\htdocs\test.php
    Verbatim
    <? print "HEJ VERDEN"; ?>
    In browser

    MySQL

    Approx URL

    Exact URL

    Install

    Verbatim
    <http://www.mysql.com/downloads/> <http://mysql.orst.edu/Downloads/MySQL-3.23/mysql-3.23.49-win.zip>, from <http://www.mysql.com/downloads/download.php?file=Downloads/MySQL-3.23/mysql-3.23.49-win.zip> Start installer, e.g. G:\temp2\mysql\temp\mysql\Setup.exe Use "c:\mysql", otherwise more steps are necessary (creation of c:\my.cnf, etc.

    Test

    Verbatim
    Open DOS prompt
    c
    Verbatim
    cd c:\mysql\bin
    Verbatim
    mysqld --debug (did not work without --debug!!!!!!!!!)

    Test with Apache

    Verbatim
    Open DOS prompt
    c
    Verbatim
    cd c:\mysql\bin
    Verbatim
    mysqlshow
    Verbatim
    mysqlshow variables

    Test PHP script to test connection to MySQL (all of PHP, Apache and MySQL in action)

    VC++

    Keyboard shortcut for changing focus to Workspace (english keyboard layout)

    Verbatim
    AltGr + 0-key (Alt-Gr followed by the key with the number zero)

    Exchange

    MDSP server

    Verbatim
    odeexc01

    Performance counters

    TCPIP, performance object "TCP"

    Accumulative

    Verbatim
    Connections Active
    Verbatim
    Connections Passive

    Not accumulative

    Verbatim
    Connections Established

    Find MAC address for a computer

    Verbatim
    ping 10.131.101.81
    Verbatim
    arp -a

    IP-address to Ethernet/MAC address translation table

    Verbatim
    arp -a

    nslookup

    Set debug mode and to verbose

    Verbatim
    set d2

    Set DNS server to use (if default is not good)

    Verbatim
    set server=212.242.40.3

    Non-interactive for default server no good

    Verbatim
    nslookup www.auc.dk 212.242.40.3

    Recreate 3 floppy disks for floppy only installation

    Verbatim
    winnt /ox

    Protana Web

    Home pages

    Verbatim
    "\\www\e$\wwwroot\homePages\PeterM\" Windows.

    Cmd-line

    File completion

    Verbatim
    RegEdit.exe,
    Verbatim
    "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Command Processor" key,
    Verbatim
    CompletionChar value. Value: 9 (for TAB). Windows.

    Title/caption for commmand line windows (for colours: color /?)

    Verbatim
    @colr=some title
    Verbatim
    Coloar on

    Mac/Windows

    Workstation/AppleShare

    Verbatim
    NT Server CD, DOS session, CD drive is "F:" type;
    Verbatim
    EXPAND F:\I386\OEMNSVSM.IN_ C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\OEMNSVSM.INF,
    Verbatim
    Start Menu/"Settings -> Network","Services", "Add...", "Services for Macintosh",
    Verbatim
    need "srvmgr.exe" include with NT Server (?). Windows.

    Crash Pentium

    Verbatim
    Execute instructions: F0 0F C7 C8 on a P5 Windows.

    Fonts

    Verbatim
    TTConverter and FontHopper/Ares Software (now swallowed by Adobe): Converts fonts to and from Mac/PC. Windows.

    Command line processor on Windows NT

    DOS

    Verbatim
    command. Windows.

    Windows

    Verbatim
    cmd. Windows.

    Registry

    Set action is edit for .reg files [not Merge, is a security risk]

    Verbatim
    Windows Explorer/menu View/Options/Tab File Types/Registration Entries/Edit/click default until Edit is in bold.

    Run once, e.g. by installers over a restart

    Verbatim
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce,
    Verbatim
    see also <http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:bN4dzuTt3vI:support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q179/3/65.ASP+runonce> and
    Verbatim
    <http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q179/3/65.ASP>.

    UDP for DCOM RPC

    Verbatim
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Rpc\DCOM Protocols, string "ncadg_ip_udp" first in the list.

    Registry, DNS (only Microsoft DNS Server?)

    Verbatim
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\DNS\Parameters

    Null device

    Verbatim
    NUL is a pseudo-device bitbucket like /dev/null on UNIX/Linux. Windows.

    Print post script file to printer (printer name is as in Network Neighborhood)

    Verbatim
    print /D:\\mail\HP4000TN F:\temp2\Cutoff.ps
    Verbatim
    print /D:\\mail\XeroxColor F:\temp2\Cutoff.ps

    Light blue background colour/color

    Verbatim
    Hue: 160, Sat: 240, Lum: 211 or Red: 193, Green: 193, Blue: 255. -in Desktop/Properties/Appearance/Item: Window/Color/Other/

    For CMD.EXE and PuTTY, yellow on yellow-green background - like old terminals

    Background ["Screen Background"]

    Verbatim
    Red: 128
    Verbatim
    Green: 128
    Verbatim
    Blue: 0

    Foreground ["Screen Text"]

    Verbatim
    Red: 255
    Verbatim
    Green: 255
    Verbatim
    Blue: 0

    Instructions for setting up PuTTY

    Verbatim
    a. "D:\Program Files\putty things,v.0.60\PUTTY.EXE"
    Verbatim
    b. Select "CEBI" and press "Load".

    c. Window/Colours/Select a colour to adjust/Default Background

    Verbatim
    Red : 128
    Verbatim
    Green : 128
    Verbatim
    Blue : 0

    d. Window/Colours/Select a colour to adjust/Default Foreground

    Verbatim
    Red : 255
    Verbatim
    Green : 255
    Verbatim
    Blue : 0

    e. Window/Appearence/Font settings/Font used in the terminal window/Change/

    Verbatim
    Lucida Console
    Verbatim
    Regular
    Verbatim
    18
    Verbatim
    Press OK.
    Verbatim
    f. Window/Set the size of the window/
    Verbatim
    Columns: 110
    Verbatim
    Rows : 35
    Verbatim
    g. Session/press "Save" button.

    Microsoft Word

    Keep lines together alias protect block

    Verbatim
    Format/Paragraph/Line and Page Breaks/Keep with next

    Start process asynchroniously from Perl

    Verbatim
    system( "start more <c:\\autoexec.bat");

    TClockEx format

    Clock format

    Verbatim
    dddd, yyyy-MM-dd, HH:mm:ss

    Tooltip format

    Verbatim
    R 'MB free', 'Week' w, 'Day' D, ZZ

    Development

    Register a dll

    Verbatim
    Regsvr32 <dll file name>

    Visual C++

    Link order for MFC apps

    Verbatim
    Nafxcwd.lib Libcmtd.lib, Project/Settings/Link/category Input/, in 2 input
    Verbatim
    boxes: "Libraries to Ignore" and "Object/library modules".

    Include directories

    Verbatim
    These are not project specific. Menu Tools/Options/Directories. Also files in Window >= 10 and Infoviewer/NEAR means within 8 words.

    Debug DLL called from VB (is this true?)

    Verbatim
    menu Build/Start Build/Attach to process (shows running (processes)

    Threads introduction

    Verbatim
    See on MSDN CD, <mk:@MSITStore:V:\MSDN\partbook.chm::/win98dh/html/chapterfourteenmultiplethreadingapplications.htm>

    MSDN links

    Verbatim
    mk:@MSITStore:V:\MSDN\vccore.chm::/html/_predir_predefined_macros.htm (
    Verbatim
    Preprocessor symbols in VC++, e.g. _MSC_VER, _MFC_VER, __cplusplus,
    Verbatim
    called "Predefined macros" in the documentation.)
    Verbatim
    mk:@MSITStore:V:\MSDN\vccore.chm::/html/_crt_debug_functions.htm (Debug Routines
    Verbatim
    ,e.g. _ASSERT, _CrtDumpMemoryLeaks,)
    Verbatim
    mk:@MSITStore:V:\MSDN\vcmfc.chm::/html/_mfcnotes_tn039.htm (
    Verbatim
    Overview of OLE IDispatch Interface. Description of
    Verbatim
    advanced MFC Dispatch Map Features, e.g. DISP_PROPERTY_EX)
    Verbatim
    mk:@MSITStore:V:\MSDN\vccore.chm::/html/_core_strings.3a_.unicode_and_multibyte_character_set_.28.mbcs.29_.support.htm (
    Verbatim
    Strings: Unicode and multibyte character set (MBCS) support. MFC.)
    Verbatim
    mk:@MSITStore:V:\MSDN\techart.chm::/html/msdn_pagetest.htm (
    Verbatim
    Avoiding this message,
    Verbatim
    e.g. "LDR: Automatic DLL Relocation in COLADCOM.exe.
    Verbatim
    LDR: Dll mgactrl.dll base 10000000 relocated due to
    Verbatim
    collision with F:\WINNT\System32\Protana.dll".
    Verbatim
    Includes: "initial load time for any given DLL was about three times
    Verbatim
    the time it would subsequently take to load the same DLL
    Verbatim
    on the average".)

    ATL

    Enumerators
    Verbatim
    mk:@MSITStore:V:\MSDN\vcmfc.chm::/html/_atl_enumerators.htm

    How do I get NT, 95 and 98 to generate corefiles

    Verbatim
    set up drwtsn32 to "create crash dump". Debugging the crash dump requires using windbg

    Creating/cloning bootable Windows NT

    Verbatim
    "I use Ghosted images to distribute Windows NT."

    Keyboard shortcuts

    Start menu

    Verbatim
    CTRL+ESC

    Right click/context menu

    Verbatim
    Shift+F10

    Send message to another computer (to computer "jakobsen")

    Verbatim
    net send jakobsen Atom cloud is approaching

    Windows 2000

    Recovery Console

    Install RC

    Verbatim
    winnt32 /cmdcons

    MBR recovery

    Verbatim
    fixmbr

    Boot sector recovery

    Verbatim
    fixboot

    Identify and disable service or driver

    Verbatim
    listsvc, disable

    Adding and deleting partitions

    Verbatim
    diskpart
    Verbatim
    Eudora

    Shortcuts

    Toggle read/unread state in in-box

    Verbatim
    Shift+SPACE

    Add own words for spelling

    Verbatim
    add to the dictionary file UCHANGE.TLX

    List of TCP/IP connections; their state, etc.

    Verbatim
    netstat

    Crashing Apache for Windows [remove leading xx]

    Verbatim
    xxhttp://somehost.somedomain.com//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

    List open file descriptors for a process [FD=0,1,2; standard input, standard output, standard error] [second column is process ID, e.g. for kill]

    Verbatim
    /usr/sbin/lsof -p <PID>

    Applications

    Outlook

    Change signature

    Verbatim
    menu Tools/Options/tag MailFormat/Signature Picker/Edit

    2003-08 Windows computer virus (name?)

    Verbatim
    Block port 135 and 445.
    Verbatim
    Firewalls: block port 135, 139, 445, 593.

    Open in Explorer (/e is for an Explore window - with two panels. /select selects in right-hand panel)

    Verbatim
    %windir%\explorer.exe /e,/select,"D:\dproj\MSQall"

    7zip, Windows, command lines

    Directory

    Verbatim
    "D:\Program Files\7-Zip\7z.exe" a s:\toDelete\2009-03-31c\MSQD,1.0a42,2009-03-31c.7z s:\toDelete\2009-03-31c\MSQD,1.0a42,2009-03-31c

    Regular expressions

    Find function, call or use (but can be in comment lines)

    Verbatim
    getResult(\s)*(
    Verbatim
    For lunar occultations, Occult 3.0 output, replace two
    Verbatim
    digit year with four digit year.
    Verbatim
    ^(\d+)
    Verbatim
    20$1

    Frontier

    Tables/Frontier database

    Verbatim
    Does table exist ?: defined . Example: if defined (html.data.page.validated)
    Verbatim
    Index table entry by name: .(name). Example: user.html.sites.(html.data.page.ftpSite).img
    Verbatim
    Create new empty sub table : new (tabletype, <table>). Example: new (tabletype,
    Verbatim
    @html.data.page.history)
    Verbatim
    Add new entry to table: <index byond last entry>. Example: html.data.page.history.(numberOfEntries+1) = {author, year, month, day}
    Verbatim
    Number of entries in a table: sizeof(<table>). Example: (numberOfEntries = sizeof(html.data.page.history)

    Navigating

    Verbatim
    Outline of Frontier.root; list of tables: suites.tablemap.thelist

    BTX

    Public BTX terminals, Heidelberg

    Verbatim
    Belfortstr. 2 (postamt)
    Verbatim
    Kurfurstenanlage 75 (Haupt Bahnhof)
    Verbatim
    Sofienstr. 17 (postamt)

    BTX/T-Online server

    Verbatim
    _SMTP mailto.btx.dtag.de
    Verbatim
    _POP pop.btx.dtag.de
    Verbatim
    _news news.btx.dtag.de
    Verbatim
    home www.dtag.de

    proxies

    Verbatim
    _ftp ftp-proxy.btx.dtag.de
    Verbatim
    _gopher gopher-proxy.btx.dtag.de
    Verbatim
    _www www-proxy.btx.dtag.de
    Verbatim
    _wais wais-proxy.btx.dtag.de

    Access to BTX from outside Germany

    Verbatim
    Within Europe: +49 69 1910
    Verbatim
    Outside Europe: +49 69 1912
    Verbatim
    Macintosh, MacTCP
    Verbatim
    Connection: T-Online CSLIP
    Verbatim
    Konfiguration method: SLIP
    Verbatim
    Name server: 194.25.2.129
    Verbatim
    Domain-name: btx.dtag.de

    CyberCity

    Phone

    Verbatim
    1033 33361333, cfs7274

    DNS

    Verbatim
    212.242.40.3
    Verbatim
    212.242.40.51

    E-mail

    Verbatim
    POP3 vip.cybercity.dk
    Verbatim
    SMTP vip.cybercity.dk
    Verbatim
    NukeSPAMMERSpmortensen@forskning.dk
    Verbatim
    NukeAllSPAMMERSmortensenforskn@vip.cybercity.dk

    Change access code

    Web-page

    Upload

    Default page

    Address

    CyberCity pages

    USENET

    SDU

    DNS

    E-mail

    Internet

    Wikipedia

    Verbatim
    http://www.cybercity.dk/kundeservice/ ftp://users.cybercity.dk, cfs7274/passwd home.html http://users.cybercity.dk/~cfs7274/ http://bygmortensen.homepage.dk/ -old http://mortensenforskn.homepage.dk http://www.cybercity.dk/privat/tjenester/hjemmeside/ news.cybercity.dk xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx POP3 mail.dou.dk SMTP mail.dou.dk NukeSPAMMERSpmortensen@bmb.sdu.dk Formatting (see <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Tutorial_(Formatting
    Verbatim
    Italics
    Verbatim
    ''italic''
    Verbatim
    Bold
    Verbatim
    '''bold'''
    Verbatim
    Code (see <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Wiki_markup#Limiting_formatting_.2F_Escaping_wiki_markup>)
    Verbatim
    <pre>

    Links

    Reference

    Cheatsheet

    Renamed link; link and label

    Link text to link translation [<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invisible_comment>, from <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:How_to_edit_a_page>]

    Renamed internal link (link on the same page)

    External link, Named link (from <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Wiki_markup#link-external>)

    Sign on talk pages [will add name and the date], [3 is user name only, 4 is user name and date]

    Responding in discussion sections

    General

    Verbatim
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Cheatsheet ((code-behind|Code behind)) "the first letter of the target page is automatically capitalized and spaces are represented as underscores". ((##Adblock_Plus|AdBlock Plus)) (http://en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Mortense Wikipedia user page) ((#B)) ~~~~ or --~~~~ Start with one or more colons. For internal paragraphs use <p> or start again with the same number of colons. In bulleted lists the sentences are capitalised and end with full stop. #SOFU (Stack Overflow, Server Fault, Super User

    Wordlist

    Verbatim
    ie -> i.e. (ie is not incorrect, but i.e. is better.)
    Verbatim
    English phrase: "that is"
    Verbatim
    eg -> e.g. (Wiktionary says "Alternative spelling"/informal for "eg." and "eg")
    Verbatim
    English phrase: "for example"
    Verbatim
    unfortunatly -> unfortunately
    Verbatim
    unfortanetly -> unfortunately
    Verbatim
    wether -> whether (wether is an animal...)
    Verbatim
    weather -> whether (depending on context, it could be about clouds, rain, snow and wind...)
    Verbatim
    wheter -> whether
    Verbatim
    dont -> don't
    Verbatim
    wont -> won't
    Verbatim
    whats -> what's
    Verbatim
    thats -> that's
    Verbatim
    lets -> let's (depending on context, of course) *1
    Verbatim
    thru -> through
    Verbatim
    trough -> through
    Verbatim
    threw -> through
    Verbatim
    break thru -> breakthrough
    Verbatim
    thou -> though
    Verbatim
    tough -> though (depending on context, of course)
    Verbatim
    tho -> though
    Verbatim
    thogh -> though
    Verbatim
    altough -> although
    Verbatim
    trought -> thought
    Verbatim
    tought -> thought
    Verbatim
    though -> thought (entirely depending on context)
    Verbatim
    throughing -> thoroughly
    Verbatim
    -> thorough
    Verbatim
    troughout -> throughout
    Verbatim
    alot -> a lot
    Verbatim
    refering -> referring (example: http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/37466/give-an-incentive-for-finding-duplicate-questions/69366#69366)
    Verbatim
    prefered -> preferred (see http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Wiktionary:Common_misspellings)
    Verbatim
    preferrably -> preferably
    Verbatim
    transfered -> transferred
    Verbatim
    occured -> occurred
    Verbatim
    occuring -> occurring
    Verbatim
    any one -> anyone (depending on context)
    Verbatim
    may be -> maybe (depending on context.)
    Verbatim
    performant -> high-performing or efficient (depending on context)
    Verbatim
    See also <http://stackoverflow.com/questions/44105>.
    Verbatim
    aka -> A.K.A.
    Verbatim
    commandline -> command-line
    Verbatim
    usable -> useable (not incorrect, but Wictionary says "alternative spelling".)
    Verbatim
    work around -> workaround
    Verbatim
    plugin -> plug-in (not incorrect, but is primary in Wikipedia
    Verbatim
    article, before: plugin, addin, add-in,
    Verbatim
    addon, add-on, snap-in, snapin, extension.)
    Verbatim
    addon -> add-on (Firefox. As used in Wikipedia article)
    Verbatim
    benifits -> benefits
    Verbatim
    auth -> authorization
    Verbatim
    explaination -> explanation
    Verbatim
    Vowel 'a' substitution (and related): (ref: <http://www.irosetta.com/questions/433>)
    Verbatim
    persistance -> persistence
    Verbatim
    compatability -> compatibility
    Verbatim
    incopatability -> incompatibility
    Verbatim
    accessability -> accessibility
    Verbatim
    extant -> extent
    Verbatim
    seperate -> separate
    Verbatim
    seprate -> separate
    Verbatim
    seperated -> separated
    Verbatim
    seperation -> separation
    Verbatim
    seperatlly -> separately
    Verbatim
    seperatly -> separately
    Verbatim
    seperately -> separately
    Verbatim
    definately -> definitely <http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/definately>
    Verbatim
    definitly -> definitely
    Verbatim
    definatly -> definitely
    Verbatim
    definally -> definitely
    Verbatim
    defintly -> definitely
    Verbatim
    defninitely -> definitely
    Verbatim
    definative -> definitive
    Verbatim
    dependant -> dependent (Only OK as a noun, as in "He is a dependant". See <http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_correct_usage_of_%27dependent%27_and_%27Dependant%27>)
    Verbatim
    independant -> independent
    Verbatim
    recommandation -> recommendation
    Verbatim
    recomand -> recommend
    Verbatim
    compatablitiy -> compatibility
    Verbatim
    cannot -> can't (unless meaning is "can not" - see
    Verbatim
    explanation at <http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/cannot>.)
    Verbatim
    can not = unable to. Contracted to can't
    Verbatim
    cannot = forbidden/not permitted to
    Verbatim
    ps -> PS ???
    Verbatim
    ok -> OK (As Wiktionary says: ok - alternative capitalization of OK.)
    Verbatim
    etc -> etc.
    Verbatim
    backend -> back-end
    Verbatim
    datatype -> data type
    Verbatim
    alloted -> allotted
    Verbatim
    everytime -> every time Not incorrect, but Wiktionary says "Alternative spelling".
    Verbatim
    straight forward -> straightforward.
    Verbatim
    preceeding -> preceding (see <http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Wiktionary:Common_misspellings>.)
    Verbatim
    But it is "exceeded"...
    Verbatim
    Master is <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:List_of_common_misspellings>.)
    Verbatim
    non-standard -> nonstandard (not incorrect, but http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/nonstandard
    Verbatim
    says "alternative spelling")
    Verbatim
    happyness -> happiness
    Verbatim
    noone -> no one ("no one" is correct, see http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/no_one)
    Verbatim
    no-one -> no one
    Verbatim
    runtime -> run time (Wiktionary list the other forms as "alternative spelling". Is a
    Verbatim
    noun even though it is two words)
    Verbatim
    run-time -> run time
    Verbatim
    writeup -> write-up (Wiktionary says "Alternative spelling")
    Verbatim
    college -> colleague (depending on context, of course)
    Verbatim
    de-facto -> de facto
    Verbatim
    defacto -> de facto (Wiktionary says "Alternative spelling")
    Verbatim
    built in -> built-in (At least there is a Wiktionary entry for "built-in".)
    Verbatim
    advice -> advise (depending on context) advice is a noun (We may give advice).
    Verbatim
    To advise, Verb
    Verbatim
    yrs -> -year-old , as in "A seventy-year-old man's body was found in a river last night."
    Verbatim
    See <http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/-year-old>
    Verbatim
    accomodate -> accommodate
    Verbatim
    ad (or ads) -> advertisements
    Verbatim
    cert -> certificate
    Verbatim
    alright -> all right
    Verbatim
    awhile -> a while (Not strictly incorrect, see <http://www.irosetta.com/questions/323>.)
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    faverite -> favorite
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    Short words, part of The Economist Style Guide

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    permit -> let
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    however -> but
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    Acronyms

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    wifi -> Wi-Fi (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wi-Fi)

    Casing

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    Slang
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    gonna -> going to
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    gunna -> going to

    Expansions

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    Composing questions

    Avoiding unwanted answers

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    "I'm looking for first-hand experiences, so please
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    Wiki markup

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    degree character (e.g. Celcius/Fahrenheit) (table at <http://lancaster.unl.edu/food/ciq-celsius.shtml>.)
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    &deg;

    Quoting

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    Unit and quantities

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    Bytes (note lower case for the first one. Ref: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kilobyte>)

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    GB
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    TB

    Frequencies (see <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hertz>)

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    Some standard transformations

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    Some standard sentences

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    "(its = possessive, it's = "it is" or "it has".)"
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    "Basic language cleanup."

    Area 51 description field

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    "@XYZ: Can you edit your description to answer "who is this site for?" only. You can add the rest of the description as a comment. Thanks."
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    "Note that this line is meant to describe the people who use the site, not what the site is about. Subtle, but important difference."
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    "@XYZ: Please edit the "audience" field to describe the people who will go to this site, not a description of the site."
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    "@XYZ: Describe who this site is for. Then in the comment area, describe what the proposed site is."
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    "@XYZ: Can you edit your description to answer "who is this site for?" only. You can add the rest of the description as a comment. Thanks. Note that that line is meant to describe the people who use the site, not what the site is about. Subtle, but important difference."
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    "This is not Twitter or Facebook; we expect complete, well-formed sentences here. You have room to spell out words completely; please do so! For example, proper words are "your", "you", and "thanks", not "ur", "u" and "thx"."
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    "Questions that simply ask for a list don't work well on this site. Are there criteria you're looking for? Is there a template of features you'd like information on?"
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    "Could you please write in better English? You're question is unclear, and lacks some punctuation.. "
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    (From <http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3641806>, Greg Treleaven, ID 361590
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    "Hi, welcome to SuperUser.com. Check the FAQ (superuser.com/faq) for more details about the way this site works. This is not a forum, it is a place for questions to be asked and answered. If you have a new question, please post it as such, by clicking on "Ask Question" (superuser.com/questions/ask), rather than as answer to another question."
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    "Munged quoted profanity."
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    "(Tag "ipod" (ought)(http://meta.gadgets.stackexchange.com/questions/29/include-a-more-general-tag) to be added.)"
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    "Please feel free to correct me if I am wrong at any point..."
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    "Please excuse any spelling or grammatical mistakes, English isn't my first language"
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    "The title needs re-phrasing (it's not a question)"
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    "If any of the answers solves your problem, you should
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    "Please post comments as comments by add comment link.
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    question by the edit link. Once done that, you can
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    remove this superfluous message by delete link. "
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    "Hello, welcome to Superuser(SO/SF). Please check the
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    works. This site is not a discussion board, this is
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    a place for questions to be asked and answered."
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    "If you want to ask a new question, do it by
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    question."
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    or
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    "If you want to answer to someone else, do it as a
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    reputation, review the FAQ about the reputation
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    system."
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    "If what you want to write doesn't answer the
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    question, don't post it as an answer."
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    "Please don't post your comments as answers unless
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    it's the solution for your problem and nobody
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    suggested it to you. You may edit your original post
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    or post comments under the answers."
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    "Please do not post Questions as Answers"
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    BalusC, in http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/49147
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    "Hi and welcome to Stackoverflow! You might want to
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    toolbar to get them nicely formatted and syntax
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    "Welcome to Stack Overflow! If you are looking for some help with
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    homework guidelines here

    Hard to search for products/projects (difficult)

    Whoosh

    Delphi

    ColdFusion

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    "Speak in good clear english, and why not capitalize the words that should be. KTHNXBAI" http://whoosh.ca/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embarcadero_Delphi http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ColdFusion Entity Framework http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ADO.NET_Entity_Framework Fuld name is "ADO.NET Entity Framework". CMS Aptana Reporting Services (part of SQL Server: SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS
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    Epiphany http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epiphany_%28web_browser%29 Syllable http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syllable_Desktop_%28operating_system%29 COM (-components. Microsoft
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    Lightbox (a kind of jQuery plug-in, several implementations. Is: "used to overlay images on the current page through the power and flexibility of jQuery´s selector"
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    http://www.huddletogether.com/projects/lightbox2/ DAO http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_Access_Object to-do list http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/to-do_list jQuery UI (appears not to be on Wikipedia
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    POD http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plain_old_data_structure diskpart http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diskpart sync synchronise http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/synchronise synchronize http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/synchronize ab http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ApacheBench ApacheBench TA http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teaching_assistant Teaching assistant CF http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.NET_Compact_Framework .NET Compact Framework Fluent NHibernate http://fluentnhibernate.org/ Processing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Processing_%28programming_language%29 ATLAS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automatically_Tuned_Linear_Algebra_Software Drop-down list http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drop-down_list dropdown Code-behind http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ASP.NET#Code-behind_model Adjective: "by using the code-behind model" Noun : code-behind - <http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/code-behind> Moq http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moq And it is Moq! (not moq
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    ObjectiveResource
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    Real source URL not found yet. "Objective Resource" FBConnect -> Facebook Connect Is FBConnect the same as Facebook Connect? Is it FBConnect an abbreviation of Facebook Connect? Most likely. http://developers.facebook.com/blog/post/108 Announces Facebook Connect. Or FBConnect specific to iPhone? (probably not, there is
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    Is FBConnect some programmatic thing? (for example, a class name)
    <http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2056305/fbconnect-sessiondidlogin-never-called-starting-from-the-second-time-the-user-t>
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    "I am trying to use the FBConnect SDK"
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    <http://www.mobisoftinfotech.com/blog/iphone/iphone-fbconnect-facebook-connect-tutorial/>
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    "The Facebook Connect SDK provides code..."
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    "Download Facebook Connect for iPhone SDK"
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    Sequel
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    Sequel: The Database Toolkit for Ruby (v3.19.0
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    Very close to SEQUEL, what SQL was initially called.
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    Not to be confused with <http://www.rawos.com/odbc/overview/index.html>
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    iframe
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    FBML http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facebook_Platform#Facebook_Markup_Language uIP http://www.sics.se/~adam/uip/ http://www.drdobbs.com/184405971;jsessionid=0B0IQOVX5S4M3QE1GHOSKH4ATMY32JVN "The uIP (pronounced "micro IP"
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    specifically for resource-constrained embedded
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    devices (http://www.sics.se/~adam/uip/).
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    implementation, and its size and resource
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    Sketch

    Question for Dr. Grammar

    TCP/IP

    Well-known port numbers for TCP (on UNIX/Linux systems in /etc/services)

    _FTP

    _HTTP

    _NNTP

    _TELNET

    _DAYTIME

    WWW administration

    WWW search engines

    Alta Vista

    Dejanews

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    Arduino: Definition af "sketch". "A sketch is the name that Arduino uses for a program. It's the unit of code that is uploaded to and run on an Arduino board. " Spark http://dev.dejardin.org/home http://sparkviewengine.com/ pip http://pip.openplans.org/ "pip installs Python packages." virtualenv http://pypi.python.org/pypi/virtualenv I am relatively new to C++ programming, but am a C programmer of 10 years so am more comfortable with pointers to objects than I am with references to objects. 21 80 119 23 13 #List of Mac OS servers, http://brad.net/, id: Peter Mortensen, pw: eid-380 Example Alta Vista search: +zodiacal +star +catalo* +moon -zephyr -astrology To find how many external pages point to a site you're interested in, link:http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de -host:http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de Restrict search to search only e.g. Apple's WWW sites: url:http://*.apple.com ~a (Authors return address or name. Examples: ~a ZZZZstevecol@hookup.* ~a (Steve & Collins)
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    ~s (Subject only.
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    ~g (Particular group
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    Examples: ~g comp.long.c++)
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    ^ (near, within five words of each other)

    Links to EMBL Protein and Peptide Group

    http://www.ag-przybylski.chemie.uni-konstanz.de/usr/agprz/www/links.htm
    Link to Protein and Peptide Group, Mass spectrometry. Molbio.

    zWWW change watch (where to put?)

    URL-minder

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    <http://dev.info.apple.com/evangelism/powertalk/powertalk.html>
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    <http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de/>
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    <http://www.fwb.com>
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    <http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~felciano/da/mercutio/ (Cancelled 960611)>
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    <http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~felciano/da/mercutio/>
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    <http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~felciano/da/mercutio/>
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    <http://camis.stanford.edu/people/felciano/personal/mercutio/index.html>
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    <http://www.barebones.com/news.html>
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    <http://www.conrad.de/>
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    <http://www.linear-tech.com/>
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    <http://www.yahoo.com/text/Computers_and_Internet/Personal_Computers/Macintosh/Programming/>
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    <http://www.conrad.de/>
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    <http://adc.gsfc.nasa.gov/adc/adc_other_media.html>
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    <http://www.metrowerks.com/db/updates/cw8.qry?function=search>
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    <http://www.metrowerks.com/db/updates.qry?function=list&sw=cw1>
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    <http://www.wrldpwr.com/frontier/cgiframework/>

    WWW

    telnet:info.cern.ch
    Telnet access...
    http://web.nexor.co.uk/mac-archive/welcome.html
    Mac FAQ's
    http://gds.esrin.esa.it
    ESA
    http://seds.lpl.arizona.edu
    Jupiter crash. Astro.
    http://hq.eso.org
    ESO
    http://helsinki94.eunet.fi
    Conference, ??
    http://info.desy.de/gna/html/cc/text/index.html
    Virtual C++ course, not valid. C++.
    http://uu-gna.mit.edu:8001/uu-gna/text/cc/index.html
    Virtual C++ course. This link is broken now. C++.
    http://www.support.apple.com
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.cambridge.apple.com
    Dylan
    http://www.gwydion.cs.cmu.edu:8001/dylan/
    Dylan
    http://bach.dc.dk:1980
    regerings-rapport, netvaerk 2000
    http://www.adobe.com/
    Adobe...
    http://www.wais.com/wais-dbs/comp.sys.mac.programmer.html
    for AppleSearch/news
    http://mixing.sp.cs.cmu.edu:8001/htbin/mjwgenform
    genetic algorithms/art
    http://www.neuronet.ph.kcl.ac.uk/
    Neural net/European
    http://www.cs.cmu.edu:8001/Web/Groups/AI/html/faqs/top.html
    FAQ, Expert system shells
    http://www.cs.cmu.edu:8001/Web/Groups/AI/html/faqs/ai/expert/top.html
    <as above>
    http://www.cs.cmu.edu:8001/Web/Groups/AI/html/keys/keysform.html
    CMU AI Repository
    http://mmm.dartmouth.edu/pages/tidbits/tidbits.html
    Mac news
    http://hypatia.gsfc.nasa.gov/adc.html
    ADC - astronomical data center
    http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/adc/adc_online_access.html
    ADC - astronomical data center
    http://cdsweb.u-strasbg.fr/~heck/sf.html
    <to be annotated>.
    http://gcmd.gsfc.nasa.gov
    NSSDC's master directory
    http://cdsweb.u-strasbg.fr/astroweb.html
    AstroWeb - database of astronomical internet databases
    http://cdsweb.u-strasbg.fr/CDS.html
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.dartmouth.edu/pages/TidBITS/issues/TidBITS-251.html
    Star*nine Internet access
    http://www.cosy.sbg.ac.at/rec/startrek/star_trek_resources.html
    StarTrek?
    http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/babbage/iap.html
    BBC radio/TV programmes, actually:
    http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/bbctv/wrldserv/Worldservice.html
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.internic.net/infoguide/gopher/using-internet.html
    Internet info
    http://web.nexor.co.uk/macarchive/welcome.html
    Mac Shareware
    http://hycos2.cs.cmu.edu/cgi-bin/pursuit
    Entrez
    http://www.wired.com
    magazine "Wired" ?
    http://www.microsoft.com
    Microsoft ...
    http://www.ibm.net
    IBM ...
    http://www.cs.colorado.edu/home/mcbryan/wwww.html
    WWW worm
    http://oahu.cern.ch/~markus/bi.html
    BI2 site, battle isle 3
    http://uu-gna.mit.edu
    ???
    http://ww.cis.ohio-state.edu/htbin/info/div
    ???
    http://www.Germany.EU.net/shop/aw/
    train schedule ?. Redirected to http://www.addison-wesley.de/ -why ????
    http://mediotor.uni-c.dk/Mediator
    ??
    http://www.rockets.sci.com
    .sci -> sci ?
    http://www.dknet.dk/valg94
    DK-valg, sep 1994
    http://www.symantec.com/
    Symantec WWW Server site
    http://www.cm.cf.ac.uk/Misc/wustl.html
    hmm
    http://akebono.stanford.edu/yahoo/Computers/Multimedia/Pictures/
    hmm
    http://www.iquest.com/~fairgate/cw/pplant.html
    PowerPlant central
    http://www.support.apple.com/
    Apple Technical Support
    http://www.info.apple.com/dev/
    Apple Technical Support
    http://www.iquest.com/~fairgate/cw/cw.html
    Fairgate Technologies: Codewarrior support
    http://www.cambridge.apple.com/dylan/dylan.html
    Apple's Dylan
    http://infopad.eecs.berkeley.edu/~burd/gpp/industry_hl.html
    electronic components
    http://www.apcircuits.com/htmls/apc/apdef2.html
    PCB layout/ Pads
    http://www.qub.ac.uk/sigweb/mac-comms-utils.html
    <Really inside document at: #stillc>. <to be annotated>.
    http://rhino.harvard.edu/dan/TCLArchive.html
    TCL WWW index. Is this a new home for TCL ? (again).
    http://www.starnine.com/
    Starnine www-site
    http://www.uio.no/~mwatz/pov/
    POV site - Persistence of Vision, a raytracer
    http://www.pinpoint.dk/gyldendal/computerbilleder
    TC2 Lighthouse, out of order ?
    http://www.sanger.ac.uk/www-starting.html
    Gopher search, found cdi.faq !
    http://www.netaxs.com/~jayfar/mops.html
    MOPS homepage, Forth-like
    http://www.europa.com/~sf/fdsm.html
    Free development systems for Macintosh
    http://woodstock.stanford.edu:2000/
    Stanfords Netnews Filtering service
    http://gcmd.gsfc.nasa.gov/
    NSSDCA NASA, astronomical data center
    http://www.usr.com/
    US Robotics - modem vendor, Courier
    http://www.astro.nwu.edu/lentz/mac/programming/open-doc/home-od.html
    Open doc www-site
    http://www.cilabs.org/
    for Opendoc
    http://ecf.hq.eso.org/ST-ECF-homepage.html
    Pictures from Hubble. ESO
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/CG/programs/minutes.html
    EMBL guidelines for WWW-presentations
    http://wanda.pond.com/icog/cw-faq-ac/about.html
    CodeWarrior FAQ
    http://www.info.apple.com/dev/geeks.html
    Apple, Macintosh Programming Pages
    http://www.unimelb.edu.au/~ssilcot/macperl-primer/home.html
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.skypub.com/
    Sky&Telecopes WWW-site with uptodate information
    http://ici.proper.com/1/mac/mailing-lists
    searchable database of Macintosh related mailing lists
    http://www.dartmouth.edu/pages/TidBITS/TidBITS.html
    TidBITS newsletter
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/CG/mac/MacX.html
    Instructions on installing MacX
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/CG/programs/mathematica/mathematica.html
    run Mathemitica using MacX
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/CG/programs/template.html
    EMBL WWW template
    http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/adc/adc.html
    Back issues of ADC News - HTML
    http://encke.jpl.nasa.gov/
    comet homepage !. Newly discovered comets. Astro.
    http://www.astro.uva.nl/michielb/gif/shuttle/index.html
    Plume, space shuttle
    http://skyview.gsfc.nasa.gov
    Warped colours
    http://skyview.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/skvbasic
    form for SkyView, scroll bars/pop-up menus. Visual Basic
    http://www.nrsbgym.dk/engelsk/Web_of_Wonder.html
    links for education/Noerresundby
    http://www.uwtc.washington.edu/Computing/WWW/Lessons/START_HERE.html
    CGI start
    http://www.uwtc.washington.edu/Computing/WWW/Mac/Directory.html
    Wiederman's WWW Mac info. Very good.
    http://www.info.apple.com/dev/source/index.html
    Apple sample code
    http://camis.stanford.edu/people/felciano/personal/mercutio/mercutio.html
    MDEF for shift/alt in menus
    http://camis.stanford.edu/people/felciano/personal/mercutio/index.html
    New home for: MDEF for shift/alt in menus.
    http://world.std.com/~ctate/mac.html
    Macintosh programming pointers. Nice background.
    http://liber.stanford.edu/linuxppc/
    UNIX/Linux on PowerPC
    http://www.interport.net/~joholmes/street_price.html
    Mac street price index
    http://www.dartmouth.edu/pages/TidBITS/TidBITS.html
    News about Macintosh
    http://www.freedonia.com/ism/
    List of Mac Internet servers: mail, maillist, ftp, DNS, .. Commercial/free
    http://www.best.com/~myee/ultimate_mac.html
    <Really inside document at: #Info>. The ULTIMATE Macintosh. List of links, incl companies with productdecription, newsgroup list with description.
    http://mmm.dartmouth.edu/pages/macscripting/macscripting-home.html
    WWW-document.. AppleScript. Contains pointer to QuicKeys archive
    http://vlibmail.verity.com/macscript.html
    Archive of discussion on AppleScript mailing list
    http://www.ultranet.com/~mfenner/osa.html
    Article about application of OSA/AppleScript
    http://www.ultranet.com/~mfenner/applescript.html
    home page of above
    http://www.pass.wayne.edu/~eric/applescript.html
    cool AppleScript application, incl. CGI/WWW !
    http://www2.waikato.ac.nz/ldo/peeves/programming/intro.html
    interesting thoughts about development
    http://www.dknet.dk
    Ref to Danish News, nice list icons
    http://fox.nstn.ca/~ecu/ecu.html
    home page for shareware planetarium and telescope control program, ftp://hercules.stmarys.ca/pub/ecu/ecushare.exe. Astro.
    http://www.aavso.org
    American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO). Astro.
    http://www.webcom.com/~atm/
    Amateur Telescope Making. Make your own telscope. Good. Astro.
    http://www.careermag.com/careermag/
    Job seeking. Job bank.
    http://abs.apple.com/pub/applescript/
    For AppleScript mailing list (?)
    http://oasi.shiny.it/Homes/GAA
    Italian amateur astronomer page
    http://www.mathworks.com
    MATLAB/ MathWorks
    http://www.maths.lth.se/matstat/andersh/matlabfaq.html
    MATLAB FAQ, from news:comp.soft-sys.matlab
    http://www.support.apple.com/pub/apple_sw_updates/US/Macintosh/system_sw/other_sys_sw/PMac_7500_8500_Install_1.hqx
    System 7.5.2 for newer PowerMac's
    http://www.jumbo.com/prog/mac/
    Collection of Mac development files. Good !
    http://iawww.epfl.ch/Staff/Yves.Piguet/clip2gif-home
    Utility for converting between GIF, JPEG and PICT -is scriptable. Also CGI, Animation for WWW,
    http://union.ncsa.uiuc.edu:80/HyperNews/get/www/html.html
    links to step-by-step HTML guides
    http://www.access.digex.net/~werbach/wwwhelp.html
    more links to HTML guides
    http://www.access.digex.net/~werbach/barebone.html
    Lastest version of Bare Bones html guide
    http://www.daimler-benz.com/mb/mb_g.html
    Mercedes
    http://www.daimler-benz.com
    Mercedes Benz/Daimler
    http://www.mangua.com/tankgirl
    Comic: tank girl, the film
    http://www.dcs.qmw.ac.uk/~bob/stuff/tg/
    Comic: tank girl, the film
    http://www.disney.com/
    Comics, Disney Studios
    http://www.leo.org/infosys/
    Map with WWW-sites in Germany
    http://muenchen.bda.de/bda/nat/byteschriften/index.html
    search books, spec PC
    http://ls2-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/Buli/Buli.html
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.kulturbox.de/christo/news/kamera/di_3x3-d.html
    Reichtags verhuellung, not valid; see below
    http://www.kulturbox.de/flp+kit/kult.html
    includes MPEG video of Wrapped Reichstag
    http://hamburg.bda.de:800/bda/int/spiegel
    magazine; Der Spiegel
    http://wizard.spry.com/cgi-bin/wizard
    Internet Wizard: Veronica, E-mail address search
    http://kuhttp.cc.ukans.edu/cwis/organizations/kucia/uroulette.html
    URouLette
    http://www.uroulette.com:8000/
    URouLette, new
    http://www.germany.eu.net/gnn/gnn.html
    Global Network Navigator
    http://www.meer.net/~johnl/e-zine-list/index.html
    List of net-zines
    http://www.qualcomm.com/
    Qualcomm Inc, makes Eudora - the mail program
    http://www.acs.oakland.edu/oak/SimTel/win3/educate.html
    Raytracer for optics
    http://www.astromart.com/SBIG
    SBIG, makes CCD cameras
    http://www.jp.dk
    Jyllands Posten
    http://www.obotrit.de/hypobank
    Hypo-Bank, German
    http://www.deutsche-bank.de/
    Deutsche Bank
    http://www.caphouse.imnet.de
    speculation game, 100000 DM price
    http://www.capitalhouse.com
    speculation game, 100000 DM price
    http://ringside.arc.nasa.gov
    Saturn ring-plane crossings. Planetary Data System's Rings Node.
    http://newproducts.jpl.nasa.gov/saturn/
    Jet Propulsion Laboratory. News, images of current Saturn observations.
    http://ringside.arc.nasa.gov/www/rpx/viewer/shortform.html
    Postscript/table of moons of Saturn
    http://www.primenet.com
    Includes link to US Robotics modem
    http://www.rednet.co.uk/systems/fpg.html
    Local news from free weekly; Beaconsfield/Gerrards Cross
    http://www.ibmpcug.co.uk/~rwall/
    hearts
    http://www.timeout.co.uk
    What to see in some european capitals. Requires registration.
    http://www.best.com/~fqa/romana
    Romana, was http://www.best.com/~fqa/rm.html
    http://rampages.onramp.net/~ricsmith/recipe.html
    recipes
    http://www.op.dlr.de/wt-rm/mir.htm
    MIR Spacestation, was http://www.op.dlr.de/EUROMIR95
    http://wxweb.msu.edu/misc/favlinks.html
    Link to MPEG FAQ, satellites, online magazines,
    http://www.futurenet.co.uk/net.html
    The Internet magazine .net
    http://www.futurenet.co.uk/netmag/netcontact.html
    contact .net magazine: subscription etc.
    http://152.1.24.177/teaching/manuscript/1800-0-cgi.html
    CGI writing, includes lots of refs
    http://www.best.com/~hedlund/cgi-faq/faq.html
    CGI FAQ
    http://152.1.24.177/teaching/manuscript/
    Mac WWW book
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/CG/mac/MacX.html
    Installing MacX, X-client
    http://www.mot.com/PowerPC/
    Motorola, PowerPC, programmers guide for PowerPC
    http://www.mot.com/pub/SPS/PowerPC/library/user_man/
    PowerPC 601 manual
    http://www.pws.com/pws.html
    Fuzzy Logic Toolbox, MATLAB
    http://www.maths.lth.se/matstat/andersh/matlabfaq.html
    MATLAB FAQ, incl. freeware alternatives
    http://www.jasik.com
    Updates for The Debugger, Jasik Design
    http://www.yahoo.com
    Index for companies, very useful collection of links
    http://library.microsoft.com
    FAQ's, most computer oriented links
    http://service.boulder.ibm.com:80/pbin-usa-ps/pub_search.pl
    IBM support
    http://corp.novell.com/multform.htm
    WordPerfect support
    http://www.jubii.dk/erhverv/edb.htm
    list of Danish companies on the Internet
    http://kvasir.oslonett.no/kvasir/data
    list of Nordic companies on the Internet
    http://www.yahoo.com/Science/Biology/
    Good links to biology related information. Molbio.
    http://www.webcrawler.com/WebCrawler/WebQuery.html
    *Fast* search of WWW-space
    http://www.netvideo.com/technology/
    MPEG links, good
    http://www.anomalies.com:80/iota/more/about.htm
    IOTA home page !
    http://www.sky.net/~robinson/iota.htm
    IOTA home page ! description of IOTA, (IOTA= International Occultation Timing Association). Astro.
    http://www.anomalies.com/iota/more/summary.htm
    IOTA asteroid occultation events. Astro.
    http://cfa165.harvard.edu/mink.html
    Interested in occultations. Astro.
    http://canopus.as.arizona.edu/~dave/
    Interested in occultations. Astro.
    http://www.cnde.iastate.edu/aaaa.html
    Ames Area Ameateur Astronomers, Good astronomy links; incl. UT1-UTC prediction, International Standard Date and Time Notation, automated telescopes, . Astro.
    http://cfa165.harvard.edu/occultations/sao.dps87.html
    Stellar occultations by major planets. Astro.
    http://www-gsss.stsci.edu/img_cdrom/imcd.html
    compressed digitized sky survey on CD-ROMs, $3500
    http://www.vilspa.esa.es/div/help/validation-form.html
    check/validation of HTML pages
    http://www.halsoft.com/html-val-svc/index.html
    check/validation of HTML pages, above page contains incorrect link to this page
    http://www.awe.com/mark/papers/wwwf94/wwwf94.html
    more robotic telescopes, also good analysis for WWW dynamic update. Old URL: <http://www.eia.brad.ac.uk/mark/wwwf94/wwwf94.html>. Astro.
    http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/mpeg-faq/top.html
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.skypoint.com/subscribers/benhuset/mas/mas-info.html
    Astronomy club with interest in lunar occulations. Link is broken now.
    http://www.yahoo.com/Science/Biology/
    Molbio.
    http://www.dataviz.com/
    DataViz, XTND/MacLinkPlus translators, AppleMail translator
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/CG/mac/Medline.html
    Instructions for Medline installation. Molbio.
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/CG/course/WWW/provider/index.html
    EMBL WWW-course, october 1995
    http://www.mca.com/
    About the Apollo 13 movie
    http://www.algonet.se/~nikos/broadeuro.html
    Links to radio stations in europe
    http://www.ais.net/netmall/bma/
    3D stereogrmas
    http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Proxies/Caching.html
    Note about WWW caching/timeouts
    http://www.astro.nwu.edu/lentz/
    Lentz homepage; astronomy, WWW proxies, Mac development info
    http://www.info.apple.com/dev/du/intro_to_opendoc/iod0_index.html
    OpenDoc Intro course
    http://www.astro.nwu.edu/lentz/mac/programming/home-prog.html
    Mac programming links; Perl; AppleScript
    http://www.astro.nwu.edu/lentz/mac/programming/open-doc/home-od.html
    OpenDoc, Lentz
    http://www.astro.nwu.edu/lentz/mac/programming/tools.html
    As in Apple Directions
    http://tampico.cso.uiuc.edu/~scouten/sw/tcl-cw-port.html
    TCL port package
    http://www.guideworks.com/
    guideWorks home page. AppleGuide: books, AppleGuide 2.0, Authoring Tools, Sample guide files and tools, FAQ
    http://www.info.apple.com/dev/evangelism/powertalk/powertalk.html
    PowerTalk home page
    http://dev.info.apple.com/evangelism/powertalk/powertalk.html
    new location for PowerTalk home page
    http://www.scientific.com
    ZZZZZdas@scientific.com. Macintosh Software Developers. Scientific Placement, Inc.
    http://www.macintouch.com/~ricford/
    Good - no nonsense information. Refs to patches. System software answers. Ric's WWW page
    http://www.pcworld.com/connectix/techsupp.html
    Connectix: updates to SpeedDoubler, MODE32 7.5
    http://www.info.apple.com/dev/evangelism/powertalk/PTINET.sea.hqx
    new 1.6 PT/INT Internet Gateway; acquired by Apple
    http://dev.info.apple.com/evangelism/powertalk/gateways.html
    New home for PT/INT Internet Gateway and PowerTalk in general
    http://dev.info.apple.com/evangelism/powertalk/PTupdates.html
    Other online places for PT/INT Internet Gateway
    http://www.info.apple.com/dev/evangelism/powertalk/gateways.html
    description of the new gateways acquired by Apple from StarNine
    http://www.eng.uci.edu/~sroussey/NetVision/software/od_parts/
    OpenDoc Part Ideas (ODPI) page
    http://www.borland.com/Product/objmstr/objfact.html
    Object Master, on Borlands WWW-server (!)
    http://www.borland.com/SiteToc.html
    Borland, incl. Delphi
    http://www.mca.com/universal_pictures/apollo13/index.html
    Apollo 13
    http://vsl.cnet.com/
    Virtual Software List, search feature and suggests the nearest/best FTP site
    http://www.farallon.com/
    Farallon - Timbuktu Pro
    http://www.ozemail.com.au/~pkortge/mac/Developers.html
    quite useful links for Macintosh development: MOPS, Celestin, MacLinux, Macintosh Cryptography Interface Project, ScriptWeb
    http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~grgcombs/htmls/pgpacc.html
    MacPGP page
    http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~grgcombs/htmls/mcip.html
    MCIP, Macintosh Cryptography Interface Project home page
    http://vsl.cnet.com/cgi-bin/vsl-master/CatForm?
    VSL power search
    http://www.ctm.ch/PowerMail/PowerMail.html
    CTM PowerMail. An alternative to AppleMail. It is scriptable
    http://www.mot.com/pub/SPS/PowerPC/library/user_man/
    manuals for PowerPC processors, incl 601 and 604
    http://www-isis.ecs.soton.ac.uk
    Neuro-fuzzy page
    http://www.neuronet.ph.kcl.ac.uk/neuronet/software/software.html
    List of neural network software
    http://www.support.apple.com/pub/NEWFILES.html
    Latest updates to Apple software/WWW (?)
    http://www.info.apple.com/dev/thirdparty/third_party.html
    Add a product to Apple's searchable WWW-database. Free publicity.
    http://dev.info.apple.com/thirdparty/third_party.html
    Add a product to Apple's searchable WWW-database. Free publicity. On new server,more recent version
    http://www-cdf.fnal.gov/stats/stats.html
    example of WWW-server statistics
    http://www.halsoft.com/html/
    HAL Software Systems: check/validation of HTML pages, HTML specifications, HTML 2.0, HTML 3.0, Mozilla/Netscape<->SGML, HotJava
    http://www.cs.hut.fi/%7Esti/Validation.html
    About validation of HTML documents. Compares with programming languages/application development
    http://www.info.apple.com/til.html
    Apple. Technical Q&A's home page. Searchable. Quick access to technical subjects. Tech Info Database page
    http://?????
    Main page for developers; Apple Developer Services and Products page
    http://www.info.apple.com/opendoc
    OpenDoc main page
    http://coretools.apple.com/opendoc/
    OpenDoc main page, new location
    http://west.ucd.ie/
    University College Dublin, courseware: teaching using WWW
    http://home.mcom.com/home/internet-search.html
    Access to InfoSeek,Lycos,WebCrawler
    http://www.mae.apple.com
    Home page for Macintosh Application Environment (MAE)
    http://www.opendoc.apple.com/modem.html
    More OpenDoc: downloadable things, developer related, docs in Toolbox Assistant format
    http://info.desy.de/gna/html/cc/index.html
    Online course in C++. Good. C++.
    http://adc.gsfc.nasa.gov/
    ADC page. Links to CD-ROM, ...
    http://www.fsk.dk
    EU's research & development funds
    http://www.fifa.com/
    FIFA, football
    http://www.dtv.dk/~nbo/nbo.html
    home page for Niels Bjerg Olsen. Links to WWW Virtual Library; "Software Engineering" and "Astronomy and Astrophysics", IEEE, ACM
    http://newproducts.jpl.nasa.gov/saturn/saturn.html
    Saturn ring plane crossing
    http://seds.lpl.arizona.edu/nineplanets/nineplanets/saturn.html
    facts about Saturn. Good. Includes moon names and orbit diameters
    http://www.dkrz.de/mirror/tnp/nineplanets.html
    partly mirror of nine planets
    http://www.software.de
    Catalogue of software for developers and for normal users. Axis Informations GmbH
    http://www.asv.de/tvneu/
    TV programme. Not available at the moment...
    http://www.cdu.de
    CDU. German political party, conservative. Does www.cdu.de exist ?
    http://www.win.tue.nl/win/cs/ooti/students/martijnb/nero/index.html
    Dutch Amateur Rocketry Club
    http://fys.ku.dk/~sej/dark.html
    DARK homepage. DARK = Danish Amateur Rocketry Society
    http://pete.com:80/jewelry/
    example of width=% ?
    http://www.teleport.com/~blay/html.html
    Cut&Paste HTML
    http://home.mcom.com/assist/net_sites/tables.html
    Examples of tables in HTML/WWW. Now broken link. Site is Mosaic, 1994! Netscape 0.9b...
    http://nswt.tuwien.ac.at:8000/htdocs/boutell/
    FAQ for news:comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html
    http://www.gamesdomain.co.uk/patches/
    Pathces for PC games
    http://www.risoe.dk/dandokbas
    Danish research database. Descriptions, institutions, refs
    http://www.ix.de/ct/
    c't computer magazine (German)
    http://www.infoseek.com
    WWW search engine. Could find my lunar occ. homepage !
    http://www.dejanews.com
    Search USENET - good
    http://www.dejanews.com/forms/dnquery.html
    Search USENET - good
    http://www.cs.colostate.edu/~dreiling/smartform.html
    SavvySearch - WWW search engine overview, includes search in *newsgroup*
    http://www.calsoft.com:80/intl/germany/interap
    Software for Internet agents, Netscript API
    http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de/PPG/PersonalPages/ONJ/
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.AmbrosiaSW.com/alt.sources.mac/
    Source code for Macs
    http://boas3.bo.astro.it
    lunar occultations. Astro.
    http://www.submit-it.com/
    submit site information with just one single form
    http://www.support.apple.com/wwwdocs/apple_sw_updates.html
    Overview of software updates
    http://www.cityscape.co.uk/lovelink
    -
    http://www.easynet.co.uk/findlove/index.htm
    Resolutions
    http://www.telescope.org/rti
    Take real images with a real telescope. Remote and autonomous telescope . Astro.
    http://newproducts.jpl.nasa.gov/calendar/
    Events related to spac...
    http://baywatch.compuserve.com/
    Baywatch
    http://www.opendoc.apple.com
    OpenDoc 1.0
    http://dev.info.apple.com/technotes/main.html
    Technotes, searchable
    http://coretools.apple.com/opendoc
    OpenDoc homepage
    http://ape.com/webstar/
    List of WebStar/MacOS WWW servers. Redirected to http://brad.net/. Also at http://waymac.com/
    http://www.opendoc.apple.com/cgi-bin/odf-license?OD+ODFDevelopment.hqx
    instructions for building ODF from scratch
    http://www.kosone.com/people/nelsonl/nl.htm
    The Web Designer. WWW. Good. Word->HTML converter
    http://www.unipress.com/cgi-bin/web-lint
    Weblint, a HTML validation service. Perl script also available
    http://web.mit.edu/afs/athena/user/w/s/wsmart/WEB/HTMLtutor.html
    Wade's WWW Tutorial
    http://kuhttp.cc.ukans.edu/info/forms/forms-intro.html
    CGI's. Good explanation of CGI & forms. HIDDEN tag
    http://tower.thecoo.edu/~menon/html.html
    <Really inside document at: #otherlists>. The Art of HTML. Good. Lots of links with explanations
    http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~tilt/cgh/strict-html-gp.html
    <Really inside document at: #gp>. Good HTML practices. Signing/LINK
    http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~tilt/cgh/strict-html-ce.html
    Common HTML errors. Use of <P>, trailing slash on the URL,relative URL's, Broken now (2002-04-10), but same information is probably in <http://www1.ics.uci.edu/~ics1c/doc/html_good.html>; "Improper Use of Relative URLs".
    http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/MarkUp/html-spec/html-spec_9.html
    <Really inside document at: #SEC9.7.2>. ISO Latin 1. Character Entity Set
    http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/~carlito/monrad.html
    Monrad & Rislund home page - Danish Commedians
    http://www.forum.dk/forum/nyheder/index.html
    Danish news
    http://pilot.njin.net/~msproul/macintosh/OpenTpt.html
    OpenTransport information and patches
    http://isowww.estec.esa.nl/
    ESA's ISO (Infrared Space Observatory) homepage
    http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/
    ESA's SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory) homepage
    http://vraptor.jpl.nasa.gov/voyager/voyager.html
    Voyager 2 home page
    http://petrified.cic.net/powerplant-dt/
    PowerPlant Dream Team Info
    http://support.info.apple.com/ppc/OptiPages/main.html
    Apple's tips on speeding up PowerPC code
    http://www.opendoc.apple.com/cgi-bin/odf-license?OD+ODFDevelopment.hqx
    instructions for building ODF from scratch
    http://www.kosone.com/people/nelsonl/nl.htm
    The Web Designer. Good. Word->HTML converter
    http://www.unipress.com/cgi-bin/web-lint
    Weblint, a HTML validation service. Perl script also available
    http://web.mit.edu/afs/athena/user/w/s/wsmart/WEB/HTMLtutor.html
    Wade's WWW Tutorial
    http://kuhttp.cc.ukans.edu/info/forms/forms-intro.html
    CGI's. Good explanation of CGI & forms. HIDDEN tag
    http://tower.thecoo.edu/~menon/html.html
    <Really inside document at: #otherlists>. The Art of HTML. Good. Lots of links with explanations
    http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~tilt/cgh/strict-html-gp.html
    <Really inside document at: #gp>. Good HTML practices. Signing/LINK
    http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~tilt/cgh/strict-html-ce.html
    Common HTML errors. Use of <P>,railing slash on the URL,relative URL's,
    http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/MarkUp/html-spec/html-spec_9.html
    <Really inside document at: #SEC9.7.2>. ISO Latin 1 Character Entity Set
    http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Addressing/rfc1738.txt
    URL specs
    http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~tilt/cgh/strict-html-tta.html
    HTML. Things to Avoid. White space/link, extra highlighting in headings discouraged, avoid the click here syndrome, Physical vs. Logical.
    http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Provider/Style/Overview.html
    HTML style guide
    http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/People/Berners-Lee/
    Example of a personal homepage
    http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/users/gdr11/style-guide.html
    Do Annotate lists of lists
    http://www.mcs.net/~jorn/html/net/klown.html
    critique of the Yale Style Manual (HTML)
    http://www.cs.tu-berlin.de/~jutta/ht/yacc2html.html
    convert a YACC grammar into HTML
    http://dev.info.apple.com/cftype/main.html
    WWW interface for registrering creator codes with Apple
    http://www.mcs.net/~jorn/html/net/style.html
    Interesting list of HTML style guide info
    http://www.awa.com/nct/software/eleclead.html
    WWW Developers Journal
    http://info.med.yale.edu/caim/StyleManual_Top.HTML
    Yale C/AIM WWW Style Manual
    http://www.stars.com
    The Web Developers Virtual Library. &5. WWW
    http://www.awa.com/nct/software/mime.html
    Technical Overview of MIME
    http://www.nosc.mil./planet_earth/images.html
    Planet Earth Home Page. Contains images, icons, flags !
    http://sec-look.uiowa.edu/
    Second Look. HTML authoring package for Mac. Beta 1.9 release of Arachnid, a tool for creating WWW pages. Got price from Apple.
    http://hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/cgi
    CGI - the root..
    http://www.cs.tu-berlin.de/~davidi/arch0000.html
    Archenhold-Sternwarte/observatory. German Astronomical Directory. Lunar occultations/photoelectric measurement. Astro.
    http://www.boutell.com/faq/
    WWW FAQ ....
    http://WWW.Stars.com/Seminars/CGI/Perl.html
    PERL cgi-lib instructions
    http://www.bio.cam.ac.uk/web/form.html
    CGI Form Handling in Perl
    http://WWW.Stars.com/Seminars/
    Advanced HTML; head, body, tables, forms. Broken link now.
    http://www.earth.com/bad-style/
    Good example of what NOT to do in HTML. Example: Headers are headers, not font size changes.
    http://www.dsv.su.se/~matti-hu/archive.html
    archive for HTML icons
    http://www.teleport.com/learn/webweave/cgi/
    Lots of CGI perl scripts, including CGI.pm. Good
    http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/bngusenet/top.html
    news groups FAQs by newsgroup, not alpha...
    http://www.eskimo.com/cgihelp/cgi-refs.html
    Lists of CGI sites...Perl. Good.
    http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~mengwong/perlhtml.html
    Index of Perl/HTML archives. Includes Mac version of weblint, general Perl info,
    http://www.catt.ncsu.edu/users/bex/www/tutor/index.html
    Brian Exelbierd's CGI-forms tutorial for Perl at
    http://www.hotwired.com/staff/userland/yabbadabba/
    Clay Basket - a web site management tool (?)
    http://www.webtechs.com/html-tk/src/lib/catalog
    Examples of prologues for HTML documents. Good.
    http://www.webtechs.com/html/
    WebTech's HTML Repository. HTML x.0 DTD. HTML Validation Service. HotJava. Mozilla Extensions Summary
    http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de/Tools%20&%20Enhancements&More%20Docs/Extending%20WebSTAR%20Tutorials/SimpleFormExp.html
    Working radio botton group
    http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de/Tutorials/Extending_MacHTTP/SimpleFormExp.html
    Working radio botton group
    http://www.AmbrosiaSW.com/alt.sources.mac/
    alt.sources.mac WWW pages
    http://www.macfaq.com/mailinglists.html
    list of Macintosh mailing lists
    http://www.tiac.net/biz/bbsw/ftp.html
    Updates to BBEdit, e.g. 3.5.1
    http://www.tiac.net/biz/bbsw/updaters/BBEdit_3.5.1_Update.hqx
    Update to BBEdit 3.5.1
    http://www.tiac.net/biz/bbsw/
    BBEDit/Bare Bones
    http://www.tiac.net/biz/bbsw/freeware.html
    PopUpFuncs site, incl. 2.6.1 for VW7
    http://www.tiac.net/biz/bbsw/faqs.html
    FAQ for BBEdit
    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/download/msie20b1.exe
    Internet Explorer 2.0 (beta) for Windows 95
    http://rampages.onramp.net/~stevent/updates.html
    announcement of Apple updates
    http://cyberdog.apple.com
    Cyberdog download site
    http://ezinfo.ucs.indiana.edu/~kdegraaf/
    Info on System 7.5.3
    http://www.barebones.com/
    new Bare Bones www site, BBEdit
    http://www.linux.org
    UNIX/Linux WWW page
    http://www.mklinux.apple.com
    UNIX/Linux for PowerPC, Apple information
    http://www.osf.org
    Open Software Foundation, OSF
    http://www.tenon.com
    UNIX/Linux related
    http://www.ibm.com
    UNIX/Linux related
    http://www.gbar.dtu.dk/~immtwg
    Torben Winther Graversen. Commented on OpenDoc.
    http://users.aimnet.com/~yilsoft/yilsoft.html
    Rule Based Web/News filter agent tool for Mac and UNIX/Linux
    http://www.areacom.it/html/arte_cultura/annabella/sniffer-ingl.html
    very useful programs: multiple clipboards, FreePPP, Mac OS PURGE, Netscape History (browse online)
    http://www.std.com/onyxtech
    QC test tool: memory, resources, etc. For development.
    http://www.cc.gatech.edu/people/home/mpinkert/opendoc/OpenDoc.html
    OpenDoc/CyberDog web page
    http://www.autodesk.com
    AutoCAD
    http://www.creaf.com
    Creativ Labs. Sound Blaster sound cards. Alive/busy ?
    http://www.primenet.com/~penguink/printers.html
    Links to printer drivers
    http://www.dmo.hp.com/peripherals/printers/main.html
    printer driver download. Printer support. Hewlett Packard
    http://www.gonix.com/cjbr/wtriv.html
    Web Trivia Game. Example of use of hidden HTML tag
    http://www.software.ibm.com/clubopendoc
    OpenDoc/IBM
    http://www.biap.com
    Ver 2.2. of MacHTTP
    http://www.freedonia.com/ism/index.html
    Overview of Internet servers for Macintosh
    http://macweb.com/webfm
    WebFM - filemaker Pro/CGI
    http://macweb.com/webfm
    ROFM - filemaker Pro/CGI
    http://www.biap.com/datapig/mrwheat/cgi_params.html
    explanation of CGI parameters
    http://arpp1.carleton.ca/machttp/doc/dev/
    FAQ for software development/CGI for MacHTTP and WebStar. CGI coding in C
    http://www.spub.ksu.edu/other/machttp_tools/mapserve
    MapServe
    http://www.city.net/cnx/software/webmap.html
    WebMap
    http://www.biola.edu/cgi-bin/forms/ReadMe.html
    Forms-Email gateway
    http://www.unimelb.edu.au/~ssilcot/claystart/
    tutorial for ClayBasket
    http://www.slip.net/~jeremy/PartPlant.html
    MW's PowerPlant for OpenDoc
    http://rampages.onramp.net/~stevent/glitchlist.html
    PCI Macs problem list
    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/download/iedl/miefatb2.hqx
    Microsoft's Web-browser
    http://www.wrldpwr.com/macbird/faq.html
    FAQ for MacBird. Contributiuons are welcome
    http://www.feedmag.com/
    example of good WWW page design
    http://dev.info.apple.com/reference.html
    Main entry point for Develop source code, Develop
    http://dev.info.apple.com/appledirections/feb95/adonline.html
    Apple Directions
    http://dev.info.apple.com/appledirections/nov95/powerpcprograms.html
    Optimizing PowerPC programs, Apple Directions nov95. LMGetTicks (LowMem.h), time adaptive call to EventAvail/WaitNextEvent
    http://dev.info.apple.com/technotes/Archive/Platforms_&_Tools/pt_38.html
    correct link, was broken from above
    http://www.netmind.com/URL-minder/URL-minder.html
    Monitor single WWW pages, report for change
    http://acquinas.netmind.com/URL-minder/new/register.html
    Same as above, register page
    http://tumtum.cs.umd.edu:1880/cgi-bin/babble
    Sci-Fi technobabble. Amusing.
    http://www.software.ibm.com/clubopendoc
    Site for public OpenDoc parts
    http://www.precursor.mb.ca/MacSense/96/9602/Feb96_Feature.html
    System 7.5.3 in detail
    http://www.eff.org/BlueRibbon/sites.html
    Link to the above
    http://www.eats.com/linux_mac_win.html
    UNIX/Linux Services for Macintosh and Windows Users
    http://www.software.ibm.com/clubopendoc
    Free beta code of OpenDoc for AIX/UNIX
    http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/constitution.overview.html
    US constitution
    http://www.blizzard.com
    For Warcraft 2
    http://www.bluebyte.de/Tips/BI3Tips.htm
    Tips for the PC game Battle Isle 3
    http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/cdf/cdf_home.html
    CDF (Common Data Format - ANDI ?) home
    http://wso.williams.edu/~mgarland/download.html
    System 7.5.3 Update
    http://www.maccentral.com/news/mar/mar11.html
    List of sites to get 7.5.3 from
    http://www.info.apple.com/Apple.Support.Area/Apple.Software.Updates/US/Macintosh/System/System_7.5_Update_2.0/7.5%20Update%202.0-Net%20Install.sea.hqx
    7.5.3 URL
    http://www.skypub.com/comets/hyaku2.html
    Comet Hyakutake, Sky & Telescope. Astro.
    http://encke.jpl.nasa.gov/
    Comet Hyakutake, Observation. Astro.
    http://newproducts.jpl.nasa.gov/comet/hyakutake/
    Comet Hyakutake, Hyakutake. Astro.
    http://ccf.arc.nasa.gov/comet/
    Comet Hyakutake, Night. Astro.
    http://www.manual.com/conflicts/
    PCI Power Macintosh Software Conflicts
    http://pilot.njin.net/~msproul/macintosh/OpenTpt.html
    Apple Open Transport
    http://www.mit.edu:8001/people/rajiv/PCI/
    Lists of software updates, incl. Canvas, FWB,
    http://204.107.232.226/
    MacIntouch
    http://www.manual.com/conflicts/problems.html
    HDT 1.8 and internal hard disks !
    http://www.kore.co.uk/users/ab48/
    MALDI TOF compagny, unaccessible (?) - no it works now (960315)
    http://www.caere.com/
    Caere, OmniPage
    http://www.gse.ucla.edu/staff/DEF/PCIpurge.html
    PCI PowerMac Pruning Page, items eliminated by system 7.5.3/system 7.5.2 update 2, non-RAM inits, INFORMATIVE !
    http://205.179.133.2/C&G/Welcome.html
    Conflict Catcher 3.0.4
    http://www.povray.org/
    PovRay, raytracer
    http://www.povray.org/cc/beta-announce/povindex.htm
    PovRay public beta for Macintosh, DOS, Windows, UNIX/Linux, UNIX/Linux
    http://www.singnet.com.sg/~taipan/cult/swpages.html
    List of Macintosh applications done by a single developer
    http://www.ualberta.ca/~mmalowan/Picks.html
    Weekly pick of best InfoMac programs
    http://www.uncle.rsphere.com/sitemarker/download.html
    SiteMarker, Organizes URL/WWW refs
    http://www.khoros.unm.edu/staff/neilb/perl/introduction/home.html
    Perl introduction/manual/reference
    http://www.its.unimelb.edu.au:801/hma/pub/macperl/d000/0015.html
    Alpha's MacPerl Help page
    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/mac/maccdel.htm
    Microsfoft's Internet Explorer (Web browser). URL does not work, see below
    http://www.microsoft.com/ie/maps/iedl.map?435,129
    Microsfoft's Internet Explorer, Macintosh, beta 3
    http://www.microsoft.com/ie/iedl.htm
    Microsfoft's Internet Explorer. Page for all platforms
    http://www.unimelb.edu.au/~ssilcot/macperl-primer/home.html
    MacPerl primer
    http://www.its.unimelb.edu.au:801/hma/pub/macperl/d000/0053.html
    recurse folders with MacPerl
    http://www.its.unimelb.edu.au:801/hma/pub/macperl/
    Search archives of MacPerl mailing list. Good.
    http://www.metronet.com/1h/perlinfo/info/SEWP.html
    Book: "Software Engineering with Perl"
    http://www.sdu.com/
    Software Design Unlimited, makes Facespan, a GUI builder for AppleScript
    http://mail-gate.sdu.com/beta.htm
    beta 8 of Facespan 2.1
    http://www.aladdinsys.com/index.html
    Aladdin Systems. Makes StuffIt DeLuxe
    http://www.dataweb.net/~alex/umac/umac.html
    mirror in the Netherlands of "The ULTIMATE Macintosh" www pages. List of Macintosh related software companies
    http://www.dartmouth.edu/pages/TidBITS/issues/TidBITS-318.html
    news about Mac things
    http://www.macintouch.com
    7.5.3 memory leak
    http://www.connectix.com/AppleShare/AS3.6.x.hqx
    Update for SpeedCopy ,needed for system 7.5.3
    http://home.netscape.com/eng/mozilla/2.01/relnotes/mac-2.01.html
    Includes how to report bugs in Netscape 2.0.1,: To report bugs in 2.01, use the feedback link from the About Netscape page,
    http://www.macintouch.com/MITtips.html
    Tips on problems with System 7.5 software, including use of large third-party RAM,
    http://dept.physics.upenn.edu/%7Ewww/benton/root/root.html
    Introduction to UNIX/Linux and X-Windows, including MacX
    http://dept.physics.upenn.edu/%7Ewww/benton/root/chapter2_10.html
    <Really inside document at: #SECTION00100000000000000000>. Setting up MacX.
    http://www.itd.umich.edu/Sales/Incompatibilities/software-incompatibilities.html
    List of incompatible Macintosh software and where to get updates. UM Computer Showcase
    http://www.manual.com/conflicts/problems.html
    HDT 1.8 and internal harddisks, disable "allow disconnect"
    http://www.mindspring.com/~l2co
    L2 cache test. Old URL: http://www.mindspring.com/users/l2co/home.html
    http://web.cal.msu.edu/gary/IMinfo.html
    FAQ for DEVELOP Journal and Inside Mac on CD-ROM
    http://www.seapine.com/qclinks.html
    Mac QC Links, tools available for testing and debugging Macintosh software
    http://www.info.apple.com/Apple.Support.Area/Apple.Software.Updates/US/Macintosh/Utilities/Apple_Memory_Guide_1.0.sea.hqx
    memory guide for Macintosh models (some PCI systems are missing)
    http://www.info.apple.com/Apple.Support.Area/Apple.Software.Updates/US/Macintosh/Utilities/Apple_Memory_Guide_1.0.sea.hqx
    technical information about all Macs. FileMaker Pro file.
    http://ftp.support.apple.com/pub/Apple%20SW%20Updates/US/Macintosh/System%20Software/System_7.5_Update_1.0/
    Update to System 7.5.1, System 7.5 boot disk
    http://www.hk.super.net/~johnb/as.html
    Introduction to AppleScript. Good.
    http://www.mckinley.com
    Magellan directory, rated sites and search engine
    http://www.skypub.com
    Sky & Telescope/ CCD Astronomy. Sky Publishing Corp. Astro.
    http://www.pointcom.com/
    The "Top 5%" review
    http://golgi.harvard.edu/biopages/biochem.html
    Complete list of Biomedical WWW Sites. Molbio.
    http://www.imc.sfu.ca/mac/copland.html
    Copland/System 8. Aaron extension
    http://rampages.onramp.net/~murry/bugs.htm
    List of bugs in System 7.5.3
    http://www.connectix.com/AppleShare/AS3.6.x.hqx
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.info.apple.com/Apple.Support.Area/Apple.Software.Updates/US/Macintosh/System/PowerTalk/
    Update to PowerTalk for System 7.5.3
    http://www.info.apple.com/Apple.Support.Area/Apple.Software.Updates/US/Macintosh/Utilities/MacsBug_6.5.3.sea.hqx
    MacsBug 6.5.3
    http://www.connectix.com/connectix/files/SD112U.sea.hqx
    Speed Doubler 1.1.2
    http://comet3b.arc.nasa.gov/comet
    Night of the comet, new home. Astro.
    http://www.cciweb.com:80/iway500/science.html
    Top 25 science sites on the Web/WWW
    http://www.ems.psu.edu/~fraser/Bad/BadCoriolis.html
    Coriolli's and sinks
    http://www.info.apple.com/cgi-bin/read.wais.doc.pl?/wais/TIL/HW!Trblsht&Srvc!Issue/Mac!!Meaning!of!Sad!Mac!Codes
    Sad Mac error codes explained
    http://www.norstar.on.ca/System-753/
    System 7.5.3 tips. Includes description of secret features in the Finder, e.g. Command-Delete Moves selection to the Trash
    http://www.norstar.on.ca/System-753/disk.html
    Disk related problems with 7.5.3. Includes 1) description of problem with Quantum FireBall drives 2) SyQuest drives and PC Exchange
    http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~felciano/da/mercutio/
    New home for Mercutio MDEF
    http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~felciano/da/mercutio/registration.html
    Register use of Mercutio MDEF
    http://www.cyberdog.apple.com
    Beta version of Cyberdog
    http://newproducts.jpl.nasa.gov/comet/hyakutake/
    Very bright comet visible in March-April 1996 !. Astro.
    http://www.excite.com/search.gw
    excite. Yates claim
    http://www.wrldpwr.com/macbird/faq.html
    MacBird ...
    http://www.astro.nwu.edu/lentz/mac/faqs/home-faqs.html
    List Macintosh related FAQ's. Good
    http://www.oz.net/%7Ebordenet/index.html
    Macintosh programming,
    http://www.dmo.hp.com/peripherals/printers/main.html
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.hp.com:80/cposupport/indexes/dj1600.html
    Updates to HP Deskjet 1600 CM
    http://www.starnine.com/webstar/webstarsoft.html
    WebStar 1.2.5
    http://www.islandnet.com/~quill/macresources.html
    Yet another list of links
    http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/worldservice/index.html
    BBC Worldservice
    http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/worldservice/freq.html
    BBC Worldservice - broadcast frequencies. Note: old URL
    http://www.hotwired.com/staff/userland/davenethome.html
    DaveNet - essays about the Web, and more
    http://www.share.com/peterlewis/
    Peter Lewis' home page, author of Anarchie, etc.
    http://www2.tsixroads.com/Moan/
    List of troubles with computer hardware and software. Includes Fujutsi drive !!, see below
    http://www2.tsixroads.com/Moan/list2.html
    Mention troubles with harddisk Fujitsu M2915S SCSI 2G; Fujitsu M2915S SCSI 2G It gets really hot, it "wails like a banshee," and the 512K cache is not enabled. In fact, the tech-support does not really know how to enable it
    http://www.whidbey.net/~mdixon/win40001.htm
    <Really inside document at: #001_00E2>. List of Win95 problems
    http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~wharmon/
    The PC Friendly Internet Page. Info about PC ware and hardware
    http://www.interlog.com/~breakpt/html/powerplant.html
    PowerPlant Beginner's page
    http://www.bdl.fr/s2p/hyakutake.html
    Pictures of comet Hyakutake. Astro.
    http://www.bdl.fr/s2p/hyakut/hyakut1.html
    Ephemris for comet Hyakutake. Astro.
    http://encke.jpl.nasa.gov/images/header/header2.gif
    Good picture of comet Hyakutake, Ursa Major; 25 Mar 96. Astro.
    http://www.germany.net/cp
    Computer Profis GmbH, Darmstadt
    http://www.germany.net/htabin/imagemap/ntop03?84,88
    DB Fahrplanauskunft
    http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/sean_killeen/fks.exe
    Fujitsu list of drive jumper settings. Format: Windows help file
    http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/sean_killeen/
    Fujitsu Knowledge System Home Page
    http://mklinux.apple.com
    UNIX/Linux for PowerMacs
    http://www.ultradesign.com/ultrafind.html
    UltraFind ,scriptable Find File alternative
    http://www.slip.net/~jeremy/PartPlant.html
    PartPlant, gateway between PowerPlant and OpenDoc
    http://www.symantec.com/lit/dev/
    Symantec Macintosh Tools Info
    http://www.mindvision.com
    Installer VISE, tool for making installers for Macintosh applications
    http://www.sysnet.com/~pfterry/applescript.faq.html
    MacScripting FAQ - broken, see below
    http://www.scriptweb.com/scriptweb/gaea/applescript.faq.html
    FAQ for MacScripting (mail list)
    http://www.AmbrosiaSW.com/alt.sources.mac/snippets02.html
    Alt.Sources.Mac Snippets, includes centering Standard File dialogs
    http://asearch.mccmedia.com/macscript.html
    MacScripting mailing list. Searchable !. Good. Unfortunately it seems that it is no longer active
    http://www.natural-innovations.com/boo/doc-charset.html
    HTML character set
    http://www.cs.tu-berlin.de/~jutta/c/num-recipes-in-c.html
    Numerical Recipes in C. 2nd Edition 1995. Includes: Bad reviews, Numerical Recipes WWW sites
    http://www.cs.tu-berlin.de/~jutta/c/index.html
    History of C. C resources, really
    http://www.cs.tu-berlin.de/~jutta/ht/writing-html.html
    What is good hypertext writing?. Good.
    http://www.win95mag.com
    Windows 95 magazine
    http://www.win95mag.com/96.2/mac96.html
    The Windows vs. Macintosh war goes on
    http://www.mainevent.com
    MainEvent. Producer of the AppleScript editor Scripter, ScriptBase
    http://dev.info.apple.com/solguide/scrptwz.html
    Script Wizard, upgrade to 1.5 for US$ 39
    http://www.zdnet.com/macuser/software/macbrows.html
    MacUser magazine's list of the best shareware programs (downloadable)
    http://search.zdnet.com/plweb-cgi/swlib/display.pl?mac?MC10464?zd_exclusives?macuser_utilities_of_the_month
    introduction to Applescript by Danny Goodman - free for downloading
    http://www.quarterdeck.com
    Quarterdesc - now owner of Starnine/WebStar
    http://www.partmerchant.com/cgi-bin/getNode/product?item=3D3000
    Part Merchant/Rapid-I, third party OpenDoc product
    http://apple.sdsu.edu/briefing/sys753tips
    System 7.5.3 Hints & Tip; install, bias towards installing on non-US systems, Norton Disk doctor should be allowed to toggle bundle bit on system extensions,
    http://aw.com/devpress/sadmacs/system7.5.3.html
    Detailed discussion of installation and individual components of System 7.5.3. NVRAM zap. Good.
    http://www.support.apple.com/pub/apple_sw_updates/Worldwide/Macintosh/n_c/AppleShare/ZM-AppleShare_WS_3.6.2.hqx
    AppleShare Workstation 3.6.2. Cure for PeptideSearch server problem ?
    http://www.support.apple.com/pub/apple_sw_updates/US/Macintosh/n_c/AppleShare/ZM-AppleShare_WS_3.6.2.hqx
    US version of the above
    http://www.lacie.com/~lacie/updates.html
    Updates to Silverlining disk drivers, latest version: Silverlining 5.6.4. "The write cache problem is not specific to the Quantum Fireball drive"
    http://cgi.info.apple.com/cgi-bin/read.wais.doc.pl?/wais/TIL/Macintosh!Hardware/Third-Party!Hardware/Pwr!Mac!Write!Cache!Issue
    Tech note about the write cache issues
    http://dev.info.apple.com/technotes/tn1017.html
    System 7.5.3 in more detail, on the Manageer/API level. Covers the SCSI ID 5 problem
    http://cac.psu.edu/~rmd103/speech/archive/archive.html
    demo part for OpenDoc
    http://home.netscape.com/eng/mozilla/3.0/relnotes/windows-3.0b3.html
    Netscape Navigator for Macintosh, Atlas preview release 2 (alias Netscape Navigator 3.0b3), overview page
    http://www.devdepot.com
    MacTech's new mailorder store
    http://www.mklinux.apple.com
    MacLinux
    http://always.apple.com/
    Is the Apple employees' thank you to their loyal customers during these times of transition
    http://dev.info.apple.com/develop/developsubjtoc.html
    Searchable index of Develop, Apple technical journal
    http://www.mcf.com/aimed/most/introduction.html
    MOST - MacOS Students and Teachers. For anyone new to Mac programming
    http://dev.info.apple.com/develop/bysubject/iac.html
    Develop, Interapplication Communication
    http://128.95.12.16/Sherpa.html
    Sherpa - Expert System for interpretation of ESMS spectra. ZZZZZjataylor@u.washington.edu
    http://www.aw.com/devpress/titles/48356.html
    Book: "Mastering the THINK Class Library - including Apple Events and TCL !
    http://www.webcom.com/icog/polymorphic/pascal.html
    TCL->CW Port, version 1.1.2.3, on Pascal Central web site
    http://www.support.apple.com/pub/apple_sw_updates/US/Macintosh/Printing%20Software/Other%20Printing%20Software/7.5.2_Printing_Fix.hqx
    Fix for PCI Macs printing problems
    http://www.support.apple.com/pub/Apple%20SW%20Updates/US/mac/system_sw/System_7.5_Update_2.0/
    System 7.5.3, Update 2.0
    http://www.halsoft.com/html-tk/
    Source for HTML Check Toolkit for UNIX/Linux systems
    http://www.unipress.com/weblint/
    Weblint, use over WWW
    http://www.khoros.unm.edu/staff/neilb/weblint.html
    Source code for Weblint
    http://coney.gsfc.nasa.gov/Mathews/misc/tools.html
    Webcheck, uses Weblint to check an entire site for good HTML
    http://www.
    Further information about Link Verifier, a WWW check tool. URL missing here.....
    http://www.maths.tcd.ie/scrg/u/bos/bibliography.html
    Annotated list of links; AUC Tex, bugtrack, regex (regular expressions), . Good.
    http://www.serve.com/adc/achat/acgi.html
    ACGI C++ Class Hierarchy in real C++. C++.
    http://www.stars.com/Vlib/Providers/CGI.html
    List of CGI resources; in Virtual Web Library. Long. Good.
    http://www.inx.de/~stk/macsoup.html
    Macintosh offline newsreader
    http://www.inktomi.com/slurp.html
    One of the Web robots. Contain links to a list of robots
    http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~felciano/da/mercutio/UsingMercutio1.3b8.pdf
    Documentation for Mercutio MDEF 1.3
    http://www.cri.dk/
    Computer Resources International. Software house involved primarily with the space industry
    http://www.cri.dk/CRI/SPD/obs/projects
    The Oersted satellite. Danish Microsatellite project
    http://www.mdc-berlin.de/~emu/peptide_mass.html
    Eva's peptide mass search program. Molbio.
    http://www.pcworld.com/connectix/files/SD102U.sea.hqx
    SpeedDoubler 1.0.3 update
    http://ftp.cadence.com/pfterry/applescript/demos/FaceSpan2.1fc3.sea.hqx
    Update to Facespan, 2.1fc3
    http://www.mangotree.com/tcpscripadd.html
    TCP/IP scripting addition for AppleScript
    http://www.webtechs.com/cgi-bin/html-tk_s1.pl
    Perl source for the HAL system HTML Validation toolkit. Past the E-mail form page.
    http://www.aimed.org/most/
    Free training about the MacOS. Need knowledgeable volunteers. Replaces "The MOST". Really http://www.mcf.com/aimed/most/ ?
    http://java.sun.com
    interpreted C++, multi tasking. Java.
    http://java.sun.com/documentation.html
    Java docs. URL no longer valid.
    http://www.javasoft.com
    JavaSoft
    http://java.sun.com
    Suns official Java site
    http://www.surinam.net/java/jars/
    More Java applets
    http://java.sun.com/new.html
    Java SDK
    http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~mcrae/projects/macjava/
    MacJava; Apple Flavored Java. applets, source, tutorials, information, links, and an interactive discussion area.
    http://www.mbmdesigns.com/macjava/
    New home for Apple Flavored Java
    http://www.summary.net/~breck/java-opendoc.html
    OpenDoc Java. Advoke OpenDoc as a part of Java's UI class library
    http://java.sun.com/java.sun.com/JDK-1.0/index.html
    Download link and documentation for The Java Developers Kit Version 1.0.1. Includes Recent Changes, FAQ, Example Applets, API Documentation, Tool Documentation, debugging and Known Bugs
    http://java.sun.com/java.sun.com/JDK-1.0/Mac-Beta1/index.html
    <Really inside document at: #Downloading>. Download the Macintosh version of Java JDK 1.0 beta 1.
    http://www.natural.com/pages/products/roaster/roasterpr.html
    Java development for Macs
    http://www.gamelan.com
    Java Applets. Lots of them. Archive of Java resources: Java applets, Java libraries and other programming tools
    http://www.io.org/~mentor1/phpl.cgi?DigitalEspresso.html
    Electronic magazine about Java
    http://www.ct.ix.de/ct/NewsInfo/NewsInfo.htm
    c't computermagazine. Supposed to contain Java applet tag info
    http://www.natural.com/pages/products/roaster/
    Update to 1.1 of Roaster Developer - Java development system for Macintosh
    http://www-busph.bu.edu/Paulu/System_7.5.3-Augh-addendum.html
    Java animation ?
    http://www.digitalfocus.com/digitalfocus/faq/howdoi.html
    How Do I. No-nonsense resource for Java developers
    http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~mcrae/projects/macjava/
    Includes references to: Java Quick Reference, huge tutorial (includes multidimmensional arrays), first user-friendly tutorial, FAQ, AWT tutorial, InterApplet Communication
    http://www.digitalfocus.com/digitalfocus/faq/JL.html
    <Really inside document at: #JL_2>. Java: arrays of objects explained (it is different from C++). Java.
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/javafaq/javafaq.html
    "Cafe Au Lait". comp.lang.java FAQ, HTML version.
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/javafaq/
    news section - tools, books, Java Book List
    http://www.neca.com/~vmis/java.html
    "Shlurrrpp......Java": user-friendly tutorial
    http://java.sun.com/faq2.html
    JavaSoft's FAQ. Includes: Can Netscape 2.0 run java applets. Does not contain anything on the language or libraries
    http://www.support.apple.com/pub/apple_sw_updates/US/mac/utils/Apple_HD_SC_Setup_7.3.5.hqx
    Apple HD SC Setup 7.3.5. 1996-05-03
    http://cyberdog.apple.com/cgi-bin/uncgi/dl_info.sh
    Page from which to download CyberDog Beta 4
    http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/MarkUp/Wilbur/
    HTML 3.2
    http://java.sun.com/java.sun.com/products/JDK/1.0.2/installation-macos-mac.html
    Download page for Java Development Kit 1.0.2, Macintosh
    http://www.nowsoft.com/products/utilities/nu6updates.html
    Now Utilities 6.0 update. Now Software
    http://rendezvous.com/java
    Club Java.
    http://rendezvous.com/java/hierarchy/index.html
    Class hiarchy diagrams for JavaSingle; Postscript files
    http://genome.dkfz-heidelberg.de/
    The W2H project. JavaScript applications in molecular biology. Martin Senger. WWW-interface to GCG. Molbio.
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/~toldo/JaMBW.html
    Java-based Molecular Biology Workbench. Molbio.
    http://members.aol.com/laffra
    C++ to Java conversion tool. C++. Java.
    http://www.compulink.co.uk/~java/
    Java user group in London
    http://www.student.informatik.th-darmstadt.de/~schubart/rc_applet.html
    Rubics-Wuerfel. Java applet ?
    http://www.infovav.se/
    Java animations
    http://www.uni-kassel.de/fb16/ipm/mt/java/javae.html
    ImageLoop java class
    http://www.is.com/Demos/JavaDemos/homePage.html
    distributed java applets
    http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~burchard/www/interactive/demo/chat/
    Entertainment, Java applets
    http://majesty.fac.cs.cmu.edu/javasrv/Index.html
    Java and sockets
    http://users.aol.com/thingtone/workshop/index.html
    Java-Workshop
    http://www.odegard.com/java-seminar.html
    Java-Seminar
    http://www.well.com/user/yimmit
    java applet tutorial
    http://www.rssi.com/info/majug/awtpres.html
    AWT, talk/presentation ?
    http://www.rpi.edu/~decemj/works/java/bib.html
    Java Online Bibliography
    http://g.oswego.edu/dl/pats/aopintro.html
    development of active (Booch meaning of active ?) objects
    http://www.javasoft.com/hooked/
    For the book "Hooked on Java", Arthur van Hoff, Sami Shaio, Orca Starbuck: more information about the book, latest scoop on applets in the book, updates, corrections and other good stuff
    http://www.javasoft.com/hooked/people.html
    The URLs printed in the for the authors are not valid and this one is not valid either !
    http://www.javasoft.com/applets
    Excellent place for inspiration for creating your own pages
    http://www.javasoft.com/applets/applets.html
    Cool Java Applets page
    http://www.io.org/~mentor/DigitalEspresso.html
    Summary of trafic on Java mailing lists and newsgroups
    http://www.dimensionx.com/
    Good source of Java applets and information on Java
    http://www.sky.net/~robinson/iotandx.htm
    REAL IOTA homepage, (IOTA= International Occultation Timing Association), OCCULT: David Herald's OCCULT program. Astro.
    http://www.altavista.digital.com/cgi-bin/query?pg=h&what=web
    Alta Vista, control how page is indexed with META tag
    http://www.anomalies.com/iota/more/events.htm
    IOTA, asteroid occultations for 1996. Ceres, PPM. Astro.
    http://www.natural.com/pages/products/roaster/javalinks.html
    java links... Includes German Java, Mac Java, Apple Flavoured Java, Index of Java books, Elliotte Rusty Harold's Java Tutorial and FAQ, Nelson Yu's AWT Tutorial, Sun's Java mailing lists, Sun's Java White Paper, Moving from C++ to Java, OTHER LINKS PAGES and JavaScript. Good. Java.
    http://www.walrus.com/~smithj/djc.html
    Dr. Smith's Java Corner, yet another link page...
    http://infoweb.magi.com/~steve/java.html
    The Programmer's Source - Java Resources. Yet another link page...
    http://www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Languages/Java/
    Yahoo's Java page
    http://lightyear.ncsa.uiuc.edu/~srp/java/javabooks.html
    List of Java books, including "Java in a Nutshell
    http://www.gamelan.com/add.shtml
    submit your own applet to gamelan
    http://www.scriptweb.com/scriptweb/osaxen/default.html
    List AppleScript scripting additions, osaxen
    http://www.javasoft.com/hooked/language-ref.html
    exhaustive account of the Java language
    http://www.eskimo.com/~ravensys/bbxt.html
    collection of BBEdit extensions and scripts - in fact only 2 !. Extremely slow site, even late Sunday evening
    http://www.scripting.com/apps/bbedit.html
    Website scripting with BBEdit 3.5
    http://www.barebones.com/news.html
    announcement of new products from BareBones/BBEdit
    http://www.barebones.com/demos/BBEdit-352-Demo.hqx
    Demo version of BBEdit 3.5.2, can not save
    http://www.idaweb.dk/ida
    Programme for the danish conferences "Groen Kulturby", Copenhagen, Denmark
    http://cannon.sfsu.edu/~williams/planetsearch/planetsearch.html
    New discovered planets orbiting other stars. Astro.
    http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/SDG/Software/Mosaic/Docs/fill-out-forms/overview.html
    More on HTML-form coding
    http://ncet.csv.warwick.ac.uk/WWW/geneweb/index.html
    Geneweb, latest news and views in genetics. Ehical and social aspects of new genetic discoveries. Molbio.
    http://www.wellweb.com
    The Wellness Web. Give up smoking, asthmas, bronchitis, smoker's clinic
    http://arganet.tenagra.com/
    The Tennis Server. Best sports site of the year. Tournament and tennis news updates and columns
    http://www.urigeller.com
    Uri Geller. spoon-bending !
    http://www.artworks.co.uk/
    Computer Artworks and the Organic Art screensaver. Genetic Algorithms. Page 32, .net issue 17
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/usenet-i/
    Good Web-based search engines to find newsgroups. Good ?
    http://www.cen.uiuc.edu/cgi-bin/find-news
    Good Web-based search engines to find newsgroups. Good ?
    http://home.netscape.com/eng/mozilla/1.1/relnotes
    Comprehensive list of known problems and bugs with the differenct versions of Netscape Navigator
    http://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/packages/mac-umich/util/comm/usenet/nuntius2.04.cpt.hqx
    Nuntius, another Macintosh newsreader. This is not encoded correctly !
    ftp://nic.switch.ch//mirror/info-mac/comm/inet/nuntius-204.hqx
    Working version of the above
    http://www.innotts.co.uk/asperges/
    Amateur radio
    http://www.whidbey.net/~mdixon/win40001.htm
    <Really inside document at: #0001_00E2>. A real site for Win95 problems. Massive database
    http://www.python.org
    Python - cross-platform-scripting language (compare to TCL/tk, MacPerl) Also OSA compliant !. Free. AppleScript.
    http://www.cpsc.ucalgary.ca:80/~roseman/mactcl/
    Tcl/Tk for the Macintosh. Very good info and links to other Mac Tcl/Tk sites
    http://www.smli.com/research/tcl/
    Tcl/Tk for the Macintosh. Premier Tcl/Tk site. Sun Labs Research URL
    http://www.sunlabs.com/~rjohnson/mactcl-project.html
    official home page for Mac Tcl/Tk
    http://www.sunlabs.com/~rjohnson/mactcl-list.html
    Mailing list for Tcl/Tk
    http://www.scruznet.com/~crawford/Computers/macsbug.html
    Macsbug tips and tricks. Includes Breaking while a particular application is executing
    http://www.macfaq.com/faqs.html
    WWW interface to Mac FAQ's. Some are FTP'able. Good
    http://wwdc.apple.com/webcast/calendar/
    WWDC conference 1996
    http://ape.com/Diana/Learning.html
    Sweet Diana. Tutorial for Frontier
    http://www.bethany.edu/kyle/frontiersendmail.html
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.webedge.com/frontier/
    Frontier CGI scripting
    http://www.webedge.com/frontier/
    Latest version of CGI Frontier framework
    http://www.starnews.com/okyeron/frontier_manual/contents.html
    User's guide for Frontier, WWW
    http://www.clearink.com/fun_stuff/frontier
    Tutorial for Frontier. CGI applications
    http://www.clearink.com/fun_stuff/frontier/forms/formdescription.html
    Example and explanation of try, semaphores in Frontier
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/
    New website for Frontier (1996-05)
    http://www.hotwired.com/Staff/userland/docserver/
    DocServer WWW site/ Frontier verbs
    http://www.hotwired.com/Staff/userland/aretha/
    Dave Winer's Aretha WWW site, Aretha/Frontier
    http://www.hotwired.com/Staff/userland/aretha/coooltoools_234.html
    Cool software tools for Frontier
    http://www.gz.com/scriptweb/
    Information about Macintosh scripting. AppleScript and Frontier
    http://www.scriptweb.com/scriptweb/
    Information about Macintosh scripting. AppleScript and Frontier
    http://www.bio.cam.ac.uk/~cyk10/cgi.html
    Frontier/CGI scripting
    http://www.scripting.com/
    Distribution system for Frontier databases. Some day LaserOne and PeptideSearch verbs may be send to this site. Downloads directly into Frontier database.
    http://www.floathe.com/panda/goodies.html
    Frontier .fcgi: users register WebStar realm w. password
    http://www.bio.cam.ac.uk/~cyk10/cgi.html
    Applescript/Frontier CGI Tour, links were broken, should work now
    http://www.scripting.com/bbedit/
    integrating BBEdit and Frontier for Web site development
    http://asearch.mccmedia.com/Frontier-talk/
    Messages from the Frontier mailing list. Searchable
    http://www.hotwired.com/People/Staff/userland/aretha/downloadpage_406.html
    Frontier download page
    http://www.scripting.com/docserver/
    Frontier verbs. Good
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/topics/nerdsguidetofrontier.html
    Nerd's Guide to Frontier, new home
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/changes.html
    List of changes in Frontier 4.0 betas
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/webscripting.html
    Frontier used for building a Website
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/mailinglists.html
    Overview of Frontier mailing lists. Good. Link is broken now.
    http://emod.starnine.com/list-maintenance/Address-List-Editor.html
    List of mailing lists related to WebStar, including CGI's in Frontier. Subscriping can be done directly from this form
    http://www.blueworld.com/lists.Frontier-Talk.search.fcgi
    Frontier talk mailling list archive. Searchable. Frontier CGI/Filemaker Pro. Good. Very Good. Now moved to somewhere else :-(
    http://www.pht.com/info-mac/
    New Info-Mac page. CD_ROM also available
    http://ugweb.cs.ualberta.ca/~nelson/java/AWT.Tutorial.html
    The new AWT Tutorial (AWT: Java GUI lib)
    http://java.sun.com/tutorial/index.html
    The Java tutorial
    http://java.sun.com/tutorial/applet/finishing/checklist.html
    Checklist to use before releasing a Java applet. Includes source code for toggle of e.g. sound with mouse clicks
    http://www.javaworld.com/
    Java World. IDG's magazine for the Java community
    http://www.javaworld.com/jw-04-1996/jw-04-browsertable.html
    Overview of Java enabled browsers
    http://www.med.nyu.edu/people/R.Beavis.html
    Homepage of Ron Beavis, a scientist. Now ZZZZZbeavis@netdirect.net, Lilly Research Laboratories, telephone: 317-277-6803, fax: 317-277-2154
    http://cyberdog.apple.com/developer.html
    CyberDog sample code, documentation from WWDC
    http://www.opendoc.apple.com/press/committed.html
    List of companies that make products for OpenDoc
    http://www.zdnet.com/cobb/macauth/9603/tma96031.html
    Good advice on creating a Website, including: what you want your web pages to contain and write it down and create a storyboard. Unfortunately it promotes the "information dessert" of a menu bar layout of the home page
    http://product.info.apple.com/productinfo/datasheets/im/quicktakemac.html
    QuickTake camera
    http://www.scripting.com/docserver/table.sortBy.html
    Frontier sort
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/download.html
    download page for Frontier 4.0
    http://applescript.apple.com
    AppleScript Web Site, starting 1996-06
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/tips.html
    keyboard shortcuts and tips for Frontier
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/menusharing.html
    Menu Sharing explained. Used by Frontier, among others. OSA Menu extension gives the Finder menu sharing. AppleScript.
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/objectmodel.html
    corresponding to whose/all, by index/name, in AppleScript
    http://www.emtex.com/toptips/
    Netscape Indifferent (1). Funny too - maybe
    http://www.deneba.com
    Daneba, makes the drawing/illustration program Canvas
    http://www.cyber24.com
    24 hours in Cyberspace
    http://www.1010.org
    MIT's competing project to "24 hours in Cyberspace"
    http://www.smercury.com
    Sunday issue of The Mercury News - job seeking
    http://www.cybernet.dk/users/kolstrup/cheats/gspch49.html
    Level codes for Battle Isle 3
    http://arpp.carleton.ca/grant/mac/grantscgi/
    CGI framework for Symantec and CodeWarrior. Framework also available from Info-Mac archives in "/info-mac/dev/lib/
    http://www.hsc.com/kptips/kptmac17.html
    Some tips for Photoshop, metallic look ?
    http://bach.cis.temple.edu/accu/bookcase/books12.html
    <Really inside document at: #8872>. Review of the book "Macintosh Programming Secrets"
    http://www.tools.gnn.com/press/gnn11_features.html
    Description of GNNpress; a Web authoring tool for UNIX/Linux, Macintosh and Windows
    http://www.tools.gnn.com/download/press/Install_GNNpress_1.1.hqx
    GNNpress for Macintosh
    http://marvin.stattech.com.au/search.html
    full text searching on the 19Mb of CSMP (comp.sys.mac.programmer.* newsgroup) digests. Good
    http://www.acl.lanl.gov/Java/
    More Java links....
    http://www.acl.lanl.gov/sunrise/DistComp/OpenDoc/
    OpenDoc Resource Links. Extensive list of OpenDoc related links. Looks good.
    http://www.webtechs.com/html/hotjava.html
    Notes for HotJava and validation service
    http://www.solutions.apple.com/ListAdmin/
    World Wide Web interface to the solutions.apple.com mailing lists. Good
    http://www.zeit.de
    Die Zeit, German newspaper
    http://www.halcyon.com/shrinkwrap/
    home of ShrinkWrap, a compression utility
    http://java.sun.com/JDK-1.0/faq.html
    FAQ for Java Development Kit (JDK-1.0)
    http://pop.mikro.biologie.tu-muenchen.de/ORS/
    example of use of Java in microbiology, (Oligo Retrieval System - ORS). Molbio.
    http://info.webcrawler.com/mak/projects/robots/robots.html
    Useful overview Web robots. Includes: what to do when your site is overloaded
    http://dev.info.apple.com/appledirections/jan96/buglesssoftware.html
    Explains Pre-Alpha Stage (Generating the Test Plan), Alpha Stage, Beta Stage, Final Candidate
    http://www.glaxowellcome.co.uk/
    Glaxo entry page. Glaxo is a pharma firm
    http://www.glaxowellcome.co.uk/netscape/world/stevenage/
    The Glaxo Wellcome Medicines Research Centre, Stevenage. Walter Blackstock...
    http://www.execpc.com/~czarsoft/mindman.html
    MindMan 2.1-4, a program for creating mind maps
    http://www.execpc.com/~czarsoft/mm21-4es.exe
    The actual file for MindMan 2.1-4
    http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~felciano/da/mercutio/
    Yet Another New Home (YAMNH)
    http://dev.info.apple.com/appledirections/adexpressarchive.html
    Archive of Apple Express mailing list
    http://cybertech.apple.com/AppleNetFinder.html
    NetFinder, a free tool (ACGI) to display contents of the folders on a Web page. The display is like the Finder's
    http://dev.info.apple.com/evangelism/opentransport/index.html
    OpenTransport site for developers of network applications
    http://www.dartmouth.edu/~moonrise
    InterNews 2.0, a Macintosh newsreader
    http://www.arcetri.astro.it/~richichi/occult.html
    Another site with upcoming online prediction service
    http://flash.acornsw.com/mailing-lists/index.html
    Archive for the Frontier beginners mailing list
    http://www.wrldpwr.com/root/system/extensions/pbs.html
    Brent's Commands 1.0 UCMD's. UCMD's are extensions to Frontier. Includes listToString, stringToList and stripHTML
    http://www.wrldpwr.com/frontier/ucmds/
    UCMD website. Explains what UCMD's are and how to write your own. Good
    http://www.clearink.com/fun_stuff/frontier/CGIScripts.html
    CGI Applications in Frontier.
    http://www.cesoft.com/webarranger/webarrangerpage.html
    WebArranger, demo version of, agents bundled: URL Agent (change), URL Validator, Web-Whacker (store entire sites on harddisk for off-line reading)
    http://www.privacy.org/ipc/
    Internet Privacy Coalition.
    http://www.ifi.uio.no/pgp/
    The International PGP Home Page
    http://www.ifi.uio.no/pgp/download.shtml
    Download page for PGP
    http://sunsite.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/Mirror/java/
    Mirror for the key Java site, http://www.javasoft.com/
    http://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/bySubject/Computing/Overview.html
    Virtual software library, contains entry for software engineering; see below
    http://ricis.cl.uh.edu/virt-lib/soft-eng.html
    WWW Virtual Library - Software Engineering. Good annotated links. Includes Software Engineering Institute,
    http://www.sei.cmu.edu/FrontDoor.html
    The Software Engineering Institute
    http://www.esi.es/
    European Software Institute. In Spain !. Slow
    http://osiris.sunderland.ac.uk/research/canopus/mitchell/locana.zip
    LOCANA CASE tool, Win 3.1, from http://osiris.sunderland.ac.uk/research/canopus/mitchell/rpl.html
    http://osiris.sunderland.ac.uk/research/canopus/mitchell/sproturl.html
    Rapid Prototyping links
    http://www.cdrom.com/index.html
    Walnut Creek CDROM. (http://www.cdcom.com is hijacked by another company !)
    http://osiris.sunderland.ac.uk/sst/casehome.html
    List of shareware and freeware CASE tools
    http://osiris.sunderland.ac.uk/sst/casepages/tools.html
    List of shareware and freeware CASE tools for MS-DOS/Win 3.1
    http://www.rbsc.com/pages/FREE.html
    Testing object oriented software systems
    http://www.di.ufpe.br/hotjava/doc/tutorials/active_objects/aopintro.html
    Programming Active Objects in Java
    http://www.cqf.apple.com/
    Apple is learning !. Customer Quality Feedback Home Page. "Provides end-users with an opportunity to influence the development of Apple hardware and software products worldwide. By evaluating Apple products early in the development cycle". Would have been nice for the AppleVision monitor....
    http://www.tiac.net/users/richarde/
    Richard Evan's Lunar Home Page. High- resolution lunar photography of the Moon
    http://www.efn.org/~mbartels/
    Lunar grazing occultations. Java(script ?) enhanced too. Astro.
    http://dev.info.apple.com/technotes/tn1050.html
    describes System 7.5.3 Rev 2 in detail
    http://www.scripting.com/applescript/loadosax.html
    Using AppleScript OSAXen with Frontier
    http://product.info.apple.com/pr/press.releases/1996/q3/960513.pr.rel.cyberdog.html
    Description of Cyberdog
    http://www.hp.com:80/cposupport/indexes/deskwrit.hml
    HP Background 4.06, Deskwriter Web page
    http://www.eng.uci.edu/~sroussey/NetVision/software/od_parts/
    Ideas for OpenDoc parts
    http://www.ee.gatech.edu/users/schooley/gnuplot.html
    GNU plot for Macintosh. Is scriptable !. Used with Frontier on http://www.ee.gatech.edu/users/schooley/gnuplot.html
    http://www.urz.uni-heidelberg.de/allgemeines/www-in-heidelberg.html
    List of WWW-servers in Heidelberg. Includes EMBL, Springer, MPI f&uuml;r Astronomie
    http://siolibrary.ucsd.edu/Preston/scripting/root/root.html
    Lots of Frontier examples and scripts for Website building. Includes G.Vaughn's agent that saves lots of time of jumping back and forth to DocServer
    http://www.scripting.com/goodies/odbtexteditor.html
    Edit string and text cells in Frontier 4.0 using BBEdit 4.0
    http://www.scripting.com/davenet/
    DaveNet - essays about the Web, and more
    http://www.oan.es/masinfoastr.html
    References my homepage (!), under occultations. Astro.
    http://dev.info.apple.com/develop/developtoc.html
    <Really inside document at: #backissues>. Index of back issues of Develop, Apple's technical journal
    http://summary.net/soft/analog.html
    Analog, a WWW server statistics program. Do referer too
    http://med-amsa.bu.edu/Pharmacology/pharm.people/Lee/MacProg.html
    References our development pages
    http://www-biol.univ-mrs.fr/english/logligne.html
    Seems to be a very comprehensive of list of online search resources on Web and Email. Title: On line analysis tools
    http://www.khoral.com/staff/neilb/weblint.html
    Weblint Home Page - the checking tool for HTML
    http://www.khoral.com/staff/neilb/weblint/gateways.html
    List of Web-based interfaces to weblint
    http://www.maxum.com
    Phantom, first commercial Webcrawler for the Macintosh. Also have public beta
    http://198.85.68.67:8000/downloads/PhantomPPC.sit.hqx
    Public beta of Phantom 1.1, d4
    http://help.netscape.com/links.html
    includes links to "The Unofficial Netscape FAQ", "The Unofficial Macintosh Netscape Clinic", "If Netscape freezes your Mac, then here's a hot tip", introduction to Netscape 2.0 frames, Yahoo's long list of log analysis tools
    http://cygnus.rsabbs.com/~ssykes/nsdefrost.html
    Fixes Netscape freeze ? - no
    http://www.its.unimelb.edu.au:801/hma/pub/macscrpt/index.html
    Searchable archive of Macscripting mailing list. Australian
    http://www.sdu.com
    Software Designs Unlimited; produced Facespan - the interface designer for AppleScript. Facespan has been acquired by Digital Technology International, <http://www.dtint.com/>
    http://www.dtint.com/facespan.html
    New home for Facespan
    http://dev.info.apple.com/technotes/Archive/Platforms_&_Tools/pt_33.html
    Reference for the Macintosh ROM (built-in) debugger
    http://www.scripting.com/goodies/odbserver.html
    About serving HTML documents directly from the Frontier object database. Up to 7 times faster than the Mactintosh file system and important for high volume webservers
    http://rhino.harvard.edu/dan/TCL/index2.html
    TCL archives. Reference my scripting implementation source code examples !
    http://ociialf.org.chemie.tu-muenchen.de/people/steve/
    Steve Martin - PSD calibration ?
    http://www.tiac.net/users/richarde/
    Richard Evan's Lunar Home Page. High- resolution lunar photography of the Moon
    http://www.efn.org/~mbartels/
    Lunar grazing occultations. Java(script ?) enhanced too. Astro.
    http://dev.info.apple.com/technotes/tn1050.html
    describes System 7.5.3 Rev 2 in detail
    http://www.starnine.com/webstar/webstarsdk.html
    Developing WebStar 1.3 Plug-Ins: WebSTAR API SDK or W*API
    http://cyberdog.apple.com/developer.html
    Cyberdog Developers web site
    http://www.boutell.com/faq/index.htm
    World Wide Web FAQ
    http://wais.sensei.com.au/searchform.html
    Search contents of the SEMPER.FI mailing list
    http://www2.script.org/tango/script/
    AppleScript Language Association (ASLA). Formed spring 1996. Welcomes feedback about AppleScript. Not much content at the moment
    http://rembrandt.erols.com/mon/WWW.html
    Yet another list of links related to WWW and HTML. Includes links to HTML FAQ, URLs, forms, CGI, tutorial, Web-servers. Not bad.
    http://edb518ea.edb.utexas.edu/scripts/cgix/cgix.html
    directory of the actual Applescript CGI applications. Source code provided (script applications NOT saved as run-only). Uses the TCPIP osax, New Parse CGI OSAX. Examples include Gif Randomizer, URL Randomizer, Checks for Bad/Obsolete links, index of your server . Good
    http://www.advancingwomen.com/
    Sisterhood rules at Advancing Women Home Page.... International networking site for women. Has message board, chat room. Promises a safe moderated environment. Females only
    http://www.openmarket.com/intindex/
    Numbers about the Internet. Includes facts and statistics about the Internet
    http://www.safesurf.com/
    SafeSurf homepage. Has developed the Internet Rating Standard; PICS (?). Based on the sites to include rating information in the HTML as META tags. Includes form to rate your Web site. The tag looks like this (with lowest rating for all sections):<PRE> <META http-equiv="PICS-Label" content='(PICS-1.1 "http://www.classify.org/safesurf/" l gen t for "http://http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de/" r (SS~~000 1 SS~~100 1))'> </PRE>
    http://jeffline.tju.edu/CWIS/OAC/hslc/sym96/bones/mapdir.html
    Tips on design, layout, typography. About good Web page design. Upper page: http://jeffline.tju.edu/CWIS/OAC/hslc/sym96/bones/bones.html
    http://www.gis.net/~carter/therest/tip_week.html
    JavaScript tip of the week. Updated every Monday evening. Includes example of how to use JavaScript to check user-input from forms
    http://www.connectix.com/connect/files/SD13U.sea.hqx
    Updater to Speed Doubler 1.3
    http://www.support.apple.com/pub/apple_sw_updates/US/Macintosh/Networking-Communications/Apple_Remote_Access/Other_ARA/ARA_Client_2.1_Updater.hqx
    Updater to ARA (AppleTalk Remote Access) 2.1, client
    http://www.support.apple.com/pub/apple_sw_updates/US/Macintosh/Networking-Communications/Apple_Remote_Access/Other_ARA/ARA_Client_2.1_Updater.hqx
    as DocMaker application which contains list of extensions/control panels with description of function, dependensies, etc.
    http://www.devworld.apple.com/
    For developers: new World Wide Web site called Apple Developer World that unifies Apple Developer Relations (ADR)'s Internet information services. Includes Ordering Development Products,
    http://dev.info.apple.com/du.html
    On-line course for "Get Started Programming with Cyberdog" and "What is Mac OS 8?". The address is http://dev.info.apple.com/du.html until end of July 1996
    http://devworld.apple.com/mkt/informed/appledirections/aug96/stratmosaic.html
    "Making the Transition to OpenDoc", Apple Directions article. How to begin creating parts or converting your applications to containers today.
    http://arpp.carleton.ca/mac/question/network.html
    How to set up MacPerl CGIs with MacHTTP/WebStar ? - no, not really. Concentrates on running locally; without connection to the Internet
    http://www.contrib.andrew.cmu.edu/usr/dn0o/xpdf/xpdf.html
    pdf (Adobe Acrobat) viewer for UNIX/Linux with source. Is fast.
    http://www.slaphappy.com/html/download.html
    WebCenter, new free web server for Macintosh. Alpha version (real - nearly feature complete). Compatible with WebStar plug-ins and AppleEvent based CGIs
    http://www.mdg.com/
    Web Server 4D, web server for Macintosh distributed with source code. Includes real-time Web site statistics, odometer page counts
    http://www.webedge.com/
    WebEdge, site with resources for Macintosh WebMasters and WebDevelopers
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/insidemac.shtml
    Inside Macintosh in HTML format
    http://www.mv.com/biz/condes/EightyRez.html
    EightyRez, a commercial aete resource editor
    http://www.scripting.com/goodies/sitetools.html
    Site Tools Suite, collection of site management tools for BBEdit-based websites. For Frontier.
    http://www.iomega.com
    Jaz and Zip drives. VERY irritating blinking pictures
    http://www.linear-tech.com/
    Linear Technology. Makes swiching regulators. Will be ready by the end of August 1996
    http://www.melfoster.com/pub/ltc/power_products/switching_regulators/LT1073.PDF
    Data sheet for the switching regulator LT1073 from Linear Technology
    http://thehamptons.com/anders/netatalk/
    Guide for installing Netatalk on UNIX/Linux. For AppleTalk under UNIX/Linux
    http://www.public.usit.net/marty104/pubs/Mac-ISDN-FAQ.html
    Mac ISDN FAQ
    http://www.newertech.com/download/sftgauge.html
    Useful testing tools: CPU meter, L1/L2 cache tester, SCSI info, RAM tester. From Newer Technology
    http://www.centrum.dk/users/svensson/svensson.htm
    My cousin's home page ...
    http://seds.lpl.arizona.edu/billa/tia/faq.html
    TIA, The Internet Adapter. A UNIX/Linux executable that establish a SLIP/PPP connection using a UNIX/Linux shell account
    http://www.chemie.fu-berlin.de/outerspace/www-german.html
    List of WWW servers in Germany
    http://www.sdr.de
    SDR - Sued-deutsche Rundfunk. German FM radio station for southwest German. Located in Stuttgart
    http://www.blueworld.com/lasso/lasso_pr1.html
    CGI. Interfaces FileMaker Pro database with the Web
    http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/2662/nhv.html
    HTML Vocabulary. Online library. For Macintosh. New URL: http://www.calles.pp.se/nisseb/html_vocabulary.html
    http://www.eso.org/astronomyonline
    Astronomy Online. An ESO (European Southern Observatory) project where amateur astronomers can participate in scientifically interesting projects
    http://www.algonet.se/~sirius/eaae.htm
    EAAE. (The European Association For Astronomy Education). The organisation that partizipates in Astronomy Online/ESO. First European association for teachers and other people interested in teaching in astronomy.
    http://www.eso.org/epr/press-releases-list.html
    Index of ESO press releases
    http://www.adobe.com/prodindex/pagemill/main.html
    PageMill 2.0., BETA. A Web authoring tool from Adobe
    http://www.adobe.com/prodindex/pagemill/download.html?submit=+Accept+
    Download page for Adobe PageMill 2.0., BETA.
    http://www.adobe.com/prodindex/pagemill/LIBRARY/mac/pmppc20b3.sit.hqx
    Adobe PageMill 2.0., BETA 3. PowerPC version
    http://www.biap.com/midas/
    MIDAS, the Macintosh Internet Developers Association. Promote standards and organize collaboration among Mac Internet developers. Inaugural message: http://www.biap.com/midas/firstmsg.txt
    http://mklinux.apple.com/survey.html
    MkLinux survey results. MkLinux is UNIX/Linux for Macintosh. Result: PCI Mac version is wanted !
    http://www.euronet.nl/users/ernstoud/patch.html
    A hack for using Apple's HD SC Setup with non-Apple drives. In HD SC Setup 7.3.5 change "wfwr" ID 67 from "00" to "FF" with help of a resource editor
    http://www.ifad.dk
    IFAD. Company in Odense, Denmark that lives of consulting, software development, methodology development, CASE tools development, etc. in advanced computer science.
    http://www.awl.com/cp/mec++.html
    Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, changes to the book "More effective C++". Name/URL was aw, should have been awl. C++.
    http://www.si.dk
    The information service of the Danish state. Danish: Statens Informationstjeneste. Server not responding
    http://www.stairways.com/stairways/mtcpw/index.html
    Old URL: http://www.stairways.com/stairways/mtcpw/mtcpw.html MacTCP Watcher. Test/debugging tool for TCP/IP networks. Includes Ping, trace route. European mirror: ftp://nic.switch.ch/software/mac/peterlewis/mactcpwatcher-20.sit.bin
    http://www.cilabs.org/LiveObjects/intro.html
    Live Objects: software to check OpenDoc components before sending it off for real validation. The software is only for members
    http://www.euro.apple.com/edr/sep96/
    OpenDoc kitchen in Europe (Apple Germany, Munich) from Mon to Wed, 1996-09-16
    http://www.yahoo.com/text/Computers_and_Internet/Personal_Computers/Macintosh/Programming/
    Entry for implementation of AppleScript
    http://www.cs.sc.edu/~sridhar/yacl.html
    YACL (Yet Another Class Library). Class library for platform-independent programming. Includes memory leak checker class, Portable abstractions for building graphic user interfaces with support for Microsoft Windows 3.1, Microsoft Windows NT, IBM OS/2, SGI IRIX using Motif, Sun Solaris 2.4, several UNIX/Linux platforms (DEC Ultrix, UNIX/Linux, HP, IBM AIX) with X windows and Motif.
    http://info.desy.de/pub/www/projects/C++/Projects.html
    C++ Packages for Various Applications. Includes Fresco; a fresh approach to user interface systems, GINA++; facilitates the development of applications with a graphical user interface, NIH,. C++.
    http://techunix.technion.ac.il/~yak/matcom.html
    Matlab to C++ compiler. C++.
    http://www.maxum.com/Sales/SalesInfo.html
    Price and ordering information for Phantom 1.1
    http://www.scripting.com/samples/
    Example Frontier scripts
    http://www.akula.com/~jwu/iotech.html
    List of Iomega E-mail addresses
    http://www.prenhall.com/%7Echaisson/download/mac/
    Some Mac astronomy software. Includes Night Sky and Starry Night for PowerMac and a program for computing the phases of the Moon. Astro.
    http://www.st.com
    Semiconductor manufacturer SGS-THOMSON. ST6 series of microcontrollers
    http://www.cera2.com/micro.htm
    Microcontroller/Microprocessor Internet Resource List.
    http://www5.ios.com/~gsp/st6/
    Intro to ST6 FAQ. FORTH compiler for ST6
    http://www5.ios.com/~gsp/st6/
    ST6 FAQ
    http://ng.netgate.net/~engstrom/Comparison/L2.html
    L2 cache benchmarks. L2 is shown to make a big difference, even for file operations.
    http://ng.netgate.net/%7Eengstrom/cc.html
    Lots of benchmarks for Macintoshes
    http://www.bestzips.com/html/10650/ptoe.htm
    Periodic Table 3.0b; description of. Periodic table. More than 800 isotopes. For Windows 3.1
    http://www.bestzips.com/10650/pt302.zip
    The executable of Periodic Table 3.0b
    http://www2.apple.com/whymac/1984/1984.html
    Famous 1984 Apple commercial
    http://www04.web.aol.com/almanac/proscorner/live/p121495.html
    "Avoiding Bad Web Design"
    http://info.webcrawler.com/mak/projects/robots/norobots.html
    Standard for Robot Exclusion
    http://www.eevl.ac.uk/cgi-bin/nwi
    Searchable archive of News articles from various Engineering newsgroups
    http://wvw.scriptweb.com/scriptweb/
    ScriptWeb. Primary entry point for scripting on the Mactintosh
    http://www.emags.com/electron.htm
    Electronics on the Web. Webzine.
    http://www.emags.com/electron/issue1/weblnk.htm
    Electronics Related Web Links
    http://www.ednmag.com/CURRENT/080196/16outtoc.htm
    News about new electronics components
    http://www.ednmag.com/CURRENT/080196/16out7.htm
    PLD family. Design tool only $95. Chips $10 - (at 10000 !). 8 ns propagation delay. 100-æA standby current
    http://www.zilog.com
    Zilog. The Z80 microprocessor
    http://www.ivex.com/free.html
    Shareware schematic capture and board layout programs. Up to 100 pins. Includes PCB layout, schematic capture, Gerber photoplotter tool. Looks good
    http://www.CadsoftUSA.com/getdemo.htm
    EAGLE, a schematic capture and board layout program. Demo is sent by E-mail
    http://www.armory.com/~rstevew/
    NiCd discharge/memory effect. JPL recommendations
    http://www.cdrom.com/pub/garbo/garbo_pc/arcers/pkz204g.exe
    PKUNZP etc. for DOS
    http://oak.oakland.edu/pub/simtelnet/trumpet/
    Winsock, Wintrump. TCP/IP for Windows
    http://www.everyware.com/products/tango/tangofm.html
    Tango for FileMaker. A tool for connection a WWW server and SQL/FileMaker databases with no requirement for C++/AppleScript/Perl programs
    http://www.everyware.com/products/tango/tango_info.html
    General information about Tango
    http://www.aleph.se/Trans/Individual/Intelligence/
    Intelligence Amplification and Metaprogramming. Includes MindMaps, link to a Mind Mapping FAQ, a mailing list, NLP, Mnemonics, creativity. Very good
    http://www.mindtools.com/
    MindTools. Includes Time Management, Mindmaps, freeware, planning (why is planning important)
    http://www.mindtools.com/planpage.html
    About planning. Includes planning templates. Good
    http://www.mindman.com/
    MindMan. A tool for making Mindmaps. Creates HTML pages too.
    http://www.mindman.com/english/mmap1.htm
    About Mindmaps. Includes list of books, gallery. Recommends: "Mindmapping: Your Personal Guide to Exploring Creativity and Problem-Solving". Joyce Wycoff. http://www.thinksmart.com/itn/mindmapping.html. Berkley Publishing
    http://www.aladin.de
    Search in German WWW servers
    http://www.bellnet.com
    Search in German WWW servers
    http://galileo.metatech.com/create/course.htm
    A Short Course In Creativity
    http://www.cafe.net/peda/iag/
    Program: itsagif. Convert Macintosh PICT and Windows BMP files into GIF. Can produce more than 256 colours
    http://www.everyware.com/Tango/Tango.acgi$/shop/SBItemCatalog.qry?CategoryID=5
    Two different products: ARA Client and ARA Personal
    http://www.cs.uow.edu.au/people/nabg/SymTute/SymTCL.html
    THINK Class Library tutorial
    http://www.akula.com/%7Ejwu/win95zipdrv.html
    Unofficial Iomega software mirror. Drivers for Jaz and Zip drives
    http://www.algonet.se/~optima/pagespinner.html
    PageSpinner - HTML Editor for MacOS. From Optima Systems. Only sold over the Internet
    http://www.blueworld.com/lasso/
    Lasso Lite 1.0.2. Connect FileMaker databases to the Web. Free software. Allows add and search
    http://www.blueworld.com/lasso/LassoLite_1.0.2.hqx
    Lasso Lite 1.0.2. The executable. Freeware CGI for publishing your FileMaker Pro database on the Web.
    http://www.softpress.com/
    UniQorn 1.1. Java-Based Web and Print Publishing. Quickdraw GX and Java. Export designed pages as Java applets. Beta demo available from 1996-09-12
    http://www.microsoft.com/ie/download/mac21.htm
    Information about Internet Explorer 2.1. Frames
    http://www.microsoft.com/msdownload/ie/01.htm
    Download page for Internet Explorer 2.1
    http://www.dsri.dk/AS
    Home page for Danish Astronomical Society (Astronomisk Selskab)
    http://www.kusastro.kyoto-u.ac.jp/vsnet/etc/searchobs.html
    Database of variable stars. Observations for particular variable star. Astro.
    http://stdatu.stsci.edu/dss/dss_form.html
    Image database for "The STScI Digitized Sky Survey". 1.7 arcsec per pixel
    http://www-gsss.stsci.edu/casbhome.html
    Home page for "Catalogs and Surveys Branch", Space Telescope Science Institute. Astro.
    http://www-gsss.stsci.edu/forms/rcat_request.html
    Star catalogues for use with the Hubble Space Telescope. GSC, Perth 70, SSC. Astro.
    http://cfa165.harvard.edu/occultations/occultations.html
    Occultations by Solar Systems Objects. Astro.
    http://www.eso.org/comet-hale-bopp/comet-hale-bopp.html
    ESO's home page for comet Hale-Bopp. Maintained by Richard West. Astro.
    http://www.jumbo.com/bus/win/astronmy/
    Huge collection of astronomy software. Shareware. Games. Freeware. For Windows
    http://www.pa.msu.edu/abrams/diary.html
    Skywatcher's Diary. What will happen in the sky in the near future
    http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/
    Java Applet Development Kit for Windows 3.1. Alpha software
    http://www2.dk-online.dk/users/Danny_Damhave/
    Another DARK homepage. DARK = Danish Amateur Rocketry Society. Bad
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/ExternalInfo/mann/index.html
    Was out of date and had missing links, but no longer
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/CG/mac/Info-Mac.html
    Info-Mac Archive at EMBL
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/CG/course/perl/
    Perl course. Learn Perl in Two Hours
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/CG/status/status_db.html
    Information about databases at EMBL. Includes physical location of all the databases and the number of entries of the nrdb database. Molbio.
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/CG/course/WWW/provider/
    How provide data on the EMBL's WWW. Course material
    http://www.nexor.co.uk/public/aliweb/aliweb.html
    ALIWEB. Different from Web robots. Addresses the problem of keeping information about Web-sites update to date, e.g. when links change. Providers provide an index file of their site. ALIWEB will regularly retrieve the index file. Providers keep track of the services they provide and update the index file. Is it a Resource Discovery Systems ??
    http://cuiwww.unige.ch/w3catalog
    CUI W3 Catalog. Contains information from the ALIWEB
    http://www.biophys.uni-duesseldorf.de/bionet/research_tools.html
    Pedro's BioMolecular Research Tools. Molbio.
    http://www.visionsystems.com/ihor/index.html
    TOFWARE. TOF for Windows 3.1. Free demo available. Manual too.
    http://www.biophys.uni-duesseldorf.de/bionet/rt_1.html
    List of databases and tools for molecular biology. Molbio.
    http://www.biophys.uni-duesseldorf.de/bionet/rt_3.html
    Guides, Tutorials and Help Tools for molecular biology. Includes link to Course in Algorithms for Molecular Biology, Conversion of units, WebElements (brag about Awards), Course in Biocomputing, Guide to Molecular Biology Databases, Synthetic Peptide Properties,. Molbio.
    http://www.chemie.fu-berlin.de/chemistry/general/units.html
    Conversion of units
    http://www.cciweb.com/iway.html
    News paper style text. Includes list of 500 best web sites. US centered
    http://www.cciweb.com/directs/hobby.html
    Hobbies on the Web. Includes astronomy, Model and High Powered Rocketry
    http://webspace.com/markv/telescopes.shtml
    ATM. Amateur Telescope Making. Includes link to a MSDOS program for designing Newtonian telescopes. Astro.
    http://www.irving.org/rocketry/
    Model and High Powered Rocketry
    http://seds.lpl.arizona.edu/rocket/rmr.html
    Rec.Models.Rockets USENEWS Group. FAQ, which is almost a primer in high powered rocketry
    http://www.tiac.net/users/atm/
    The ATM home page. Amateur Telescope Making. Includes link to sizing and locating baffles to improve contrast in Newtonian reflectors, Comparison of Various CCD Chips, CCD camera building, . Astro.
    http://www.tiac.net/users/atm/files/irt52.zip
    Interactive Ray Tracing (298kb) Full capability geometric raytracing package, suitable for development and analysis of both simple and complex optical instruments.
    http://www.safesurf.com/safewave.htm
    Download Safe Surf logo
    http://www.cciweb.com/iway500/fall96/science.html
    List of top science sites
    http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html
    Astronomy Picture of the Day
    http://www.syz.com/images/
    Astronomical Image Library. Could find M31
    http://204.97.92.3/~brickman/nasacams.html
    Live from NASA Space Shuttle missions
    http://www.halebopp.com/whereis.htm
    Finder chart for comet Hale-Bopp. Astro.
    http://128.122.10.5/synpep/contents.htm
    Synthetic Peptide Properties. Molbio.
    http://genome.wustl.edu/gsc/unixhelp/Unixhelp/TOP_.html
    Introduction to UNIX/Linux. Good. Includes use of Source Code Control System , eMACS, mapping between DOS and UNIX/Linux commands, list of popular commands, mail
    http://www.enel.ucalgary.ca/People/Smith/wattslesson.html
    Using Watts Humphrey's PSP Book, "A Discipline for Software Engineering"
    http://www.saar.de/vhs_info/node90.html
    Caching proxy server explained
    http://www.lsu.edu/internet/guides/www-docs/WWW/Proxies/Caching/Overview.html
    Caching proxy server explained
    http://archimede.alma.unibo.it/%7Epiacen/babel95c.htm
    BABEL: A Glossary of Computer Related Abbreviations
    http://www.kallista.com/TechPapers/Track/TrackingProjects.htm
    Defies the myth that software is like art. Good
    http://swbs.idirect.com/cmetric.html
    CMETRIC. A tool for generating various complexity and quality metrics for C/C++. Candidate for a LOC counter. (LOC = Lines Of Code). C++.
    http://www.euro.apple.com/edr/sep96
    European OpenDoc Coding Retreat, September 16 to 18 1996 or E-mail to Jeroen Schalk at ZZZZZjschalk@apple.com
    http://www.cio.com/WebMaster/0596_field.html
    "How do you design and engineer an intranet site for maximum navigability?"
    http://www.bi.umist.ac.uk/staff/academia/rjb/buffers/bufintro.html
    thermodynamically correct buffer solutions. Ref to Macintosh Hypercard software and Web version (in JavaScript). Molbio.
    http://www.acornsw.com/WebRoot/DMConnection/
    Archives for FRONTIER-TALK - the Frontier mailing list
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/news.html
    News and updates for Frontier/Dave . Includes announcement of new DaveNet pieces
    http://userland.www.conxion.com/frontier/upgrade41.html
    Frontier 4.1 beta.
    http://www.well.com/user/dwiner/frontier4.0.1.upg.sit.hqx
    Frontier 4.0.1 upgrader package.
    http://www.connectix.com/connect/upda.spee.html
    Information about Speed Doubler 1.3.1 Updater
    http://www.connectix.com/connect/files/SD131U.sea.hqx
    Speed Doubler 1.3.1 Updater. 281 KB
    http://ftp.sunet.se/pub/os/Linux/mklinux/mkarchive/info/
    MkArchive - mkLinux archive. mkLinux itself ?. In Sweeden
    http://pauillac.inria.fr/~fpottier/
    Francois Pottier. Author of Decor - Macintosh desktop/background picture. Also interested in AppleScript
    http://www.scripting.com/lab/gnuRegex.html
    GNU Regular Expressions for Frontier
    http://www.cs.umd.edu/users/heurich/apple_updates/sys_7.5.5_update_netinstall.sea.hqx
    Seems to be responsive
    http://www.magnastar.com/javology/contents.html
    Java. News. E.g. Java Beans APIs Up on the Web
    http://reality.sgi.com/employees/rae/mac/macperl-faq.html
    New location for MacPerl FAQ
    http://emorgan.lib.ncsu.edu/teaching/manuscript/1800-0-cgi.html
    CGI scripting with MacHTTP and AppleScript
    http://www.maxum.com:8000/downloads/PhantomDevPPC.sit.hqx
    Development version of Phantom, Phantom 1.2d1
    http://www.cs.bc.edu/~connorbd/andromeda.html
    first MkLinux distribution: Project Andromeda.
    http://info.texas.gov/cgi-bin/admin/webtest/verify_links
    Online WWW link checker. Restricted to Texas, USA ?
    http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~felciano/da/mercutio/
    Info about Mercutio MDEF 1.3
    http://www.scripting.com/midas/macros.html
    Macro Confusion page. Frontier. Cascading HTML style sheets use the same curly braces, {} as Frontier Web macros
    http://devworld.apple.com/mkt/submission.html
    Macintosh Software Guide. Submit information about a software product; freeware/shareware also included. Also one that's compatible with Frontier, tell apple
    http://www.scripting.com/samples/default.html
    Samples Website. Frontier. Available online: list of sample scripts that ships in Frontier.root
    http://www.scripting.com/bbs/
    BBS with Frontier. Run a threaded bulletin-board system on a Macintosh running a WebSTAR-compatible server
    http://www.scripting.com/apps/webstarsetup.html
    WebSTAR Setup for Frontier CGI Scripting. Routing of URLs that end with ".fcgi" to Frontier.
    http://www.scripting.com/goodies/guestbook.html
    Guestbook CGI for WebStar/Frontier. Requires no scripting
    http://www.onyx-tech.com
    New home for Onyx Technology, maker of QC (the stress testing tool for Macintosh)
    http://www.fluxsoft.com/myinfo/smartkeys.html
    SmartKeys 3.1 page. See ftp URL for detail.
    http://www.connobj.com/cpp/cppfaq.htm
    C++ FAQ, top level document. C++.
    http://www.informatik.uni-konstanz.de/~kuehl/cpp/cppfaq.htm/
    C++ FAQ, table of contents. German mirror. C++.
    http://www.informatik.uni-konstanz.de/~kuehl/cpp/cppfaq.htm/subject-index.html
    C++ FAQ, after subject. C++.
    http://www.microserve.com/%7Edhughes/
    Cyberdog Pound. Includes PuppyMill (!) (users come with input to Apple and developers). List of bugs. Links to Live Objects Essentials kit. News about Cyberdog. Also good example of doing a home page with news style as well as statics with update information. Good
    http://www.icce.rug.nl/docs/cplusplus/cplusplus.html
    C++ Annotations. Introduction to C++. Includes section on copy constructor. C++.
    http://www.hotbot.com/
    HotBot. Claims to have 54 million documents and to be the most complete Web index. Bad: Extreme colours
    http://beta.supra.com/
    Beta firmware for Supra modems
    http://www.lsw.uni-heidelberg.de/~rwichman/merk/Merkblatt_a.html
    Public access to Landessternwarte Heidelberg-Koenigstuhl
    http://www.lsw.uni-heidelberg.de/~rwichman/merk/Foerderkreis.html
    Local astronomical association ?. F&ouml;rderkreis Landessternwarte Heidelberg e.V.
    http://www.leo.org/demap/cities/index.html
    List of German WWW-servers, sorted by city
    http://hyperarchive.lcs.mit.edu/HyperArchive/Archive/comm/tcp-serial-101.hqx
    TCPSerial. AppleTalk tunnelling over the Internet, TCP/IP
    http://www.cs.mu.OZ.AU/appletalk/arns.page
    ANRS. AppleTalk tunnelling over the Internet, TCP/IP. From the University of Melbourne
    http://www.oakland.edu/%7Elandau/sadmacs/index.html
    System 7.5.5 installation information. Includes tips, reports, New Decor coming, . Good
    http://www.macfixit.pair.com/
    New home of the above
    http://www.sasknet.com/%7Edalgl/iss.html
    MacPerl/BBEdit integration. Note about TEXT resource
    http://www.sasknet.com/%7Edalgl/MacPerlFAQ.html
    MacPerl FAQ. Includes information about passing environment variables to a MacPerl script
    http://siolibrary.ucsd.edu/preston/scripting/htmlSuite/
    New version of the HTML suite -the Web building software for Frontier. Filename: suites.html
    http://www.iis.ee.ethz.ch/~neeri/
    New home page for Matthias Neeracher (?), porter of Perl to Macintosh (MacPerl)
    http://err.ethz.ch/members/neeri.html
    Perl, indent, etc. porter, tic-tac-toe WWW/CGI. No longer available
    http://err.ethz.ch/members/neeri/neeri.html
    new location of above. No longer available
    http://err.ethz.ch/~neeri
    New location of above. This URL works
    http://err.ethz.ch/members/neeri/macintosh/perl-qa.html
    MacPerl homepage. No longer available
    http://err.ethz.ch/~neeri/macintosh/perl-qa.html
    New location for the above
    http://www.interlog.com/~rae/macperl-faq.html
    MacPerl FAQ. Has moved
    http://reality.sgi.com/employees/rae/mac/macperl-faq.html
    New location of MacPerl FAQ
    http://www.virtualschool.edu/mon/Perl/MacPerl.Frontend
    MacPerl and DoScript. Explaination of online help
    http://www.support.apple.com/pub/apple_sw_updates/US/Macintosh/Printing/LaserWriter/
    LaserWriter 8.4
    http://www.support.apple.com/pub/apple_sw_updates/US/Macintosh/Printing/LaserWriter/Other_Printing
    LaserWriter 8.4
    http://www.hooked.net/~larrylin/web.htm
    "Creating a Successful Web Page". Resource for people who want to create web sites. ZZZZZlarrylin@hooked.net. Asked for link at http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de/. Slow access from Europe in the afternoon
    http://www.thinksmart.com/itn/mindmapping.html
    MindMapping month, October 1996
    http://devworld.apple.com/mkt/thirdparty.html
    Registration of Macintosh product
    http://devworld.apple.com/mkt/submission.html
    Forms for the above
    http://www.dharbor.com/c100/index.html
    Component 100 organization. Grass-Roots Organization for OpenDoc Development. Contact for info and join: ZZZpaola@softlink.com
    http://www.mmcorp.com/~binky/webcamtoo/index.html
    WCT, WebCamToo. Macintosh Webserver. A PC version is also been worked on. Can also work as live video server.
    http://www.maczilla.com/
    MacZilla. Plug-in that supports MPEG and AVI video, AU, WAV, and MP2 audio. Action/decompress during download. Netscape plug-in ?
    http://maczilla.com/down/v303/maczilla303.sea.hqx
    Download URL of the above
    http://www.mindvision.com/
    Updater VISE 1.1 from MindVision. Create updater files
    http://phylogeny.arizona.edu/tree/phylogeny.html
    really takes advantage of the WWW. Everything that you ever wanted to know about yeast
    http://phylogeny.arizona.edu/tree/eukaryotes/fungi/ascomycota/ascomycota.html
    More of the above
    http://www.dtint.com/facespan.html
    Facespan 2.1
    http://www.mpia-hd.mpg.de/suw/suw
    Sterne und Weltraum. <Redaktion> in Heidelberg !
    http://www.huethig.de
    Huetig Fachverlag. J.A. Barth, Kalender fuer Sternfreunde. Also has page for Sterne und Weltraum, http://www.huethig.de/zeitschr/suw/suw.html
    http://www.huethig.de/fachverl/jab/jab00480.html
    Kalender fuer Sternfreunde. Online ordering possible
    http://www.scripting.com/apps/bbedit.html
    BBEdit website scripting with Frontier
    http://www.scripting.com/apps/webstar.html
    BBEdit website scripting with Frontier. Great tutorial written by Mason Hale of WebEdge
    http://www2.nothingness.org/dt/scripting/FforAS.html
    Learning UserTalk as an AppleScripter. Example of UserTalk and AppleScript scripts. Frontier
    http://www.scripting.com/applescript/masonhale.html
    Mason Hale, AppleScript -> Frontier. AppleScript versus Frontier
    http://www.scripting.com/davenet/aboutthiswebsite.html
    Example of how to building a website using Frontier. Explains #meta, #filters, #template, pageFilter, finalFilter
    http://adswww.harvard.edu
    ADS, Astrophysics Data System. Database of 1000000 abstracts, -proceedings, technical reports, PhD theses; in astronomy, astrophysics, physics and geophysics ;most astronomical literature since 1975. several hundred astronomical catalogs. FULL articles for some journals
    http://adswww.harvard.edu/ads_abstracts.html
    Abstract Service. Form for the above database - most astronomical literature since 1975
    http://adsabs.harvard.edu/toc_service.html
    Table of contents service part of ADS, see above
    http://adsabs.harvard.edu/ads_articles.html
    Article Service. Scanned version of astronomical journals. Astro.
    http://adsabs.harvard.edu/ads_catalogs.html
    Astronomical catalogues. 175 are available as of 1996-09
    http://www.login.dknet.dk/~ags
    Amtsgynasiet i S&oslash;nderborg. 16 bit comet CCD pictures of komet Hyakutake. Astro.
    http://www.galaxyphoto.com/
    Deep-sky photography in JPEG format, including M104 (Sombreo galaxy). Jason Ware
    http://www.gettysburg.edu/project/physics/clea/CLEAhome.html
    Gettysburg College. Virtual Professional Astronomy. Project CLEA, Contemporary Laboratory Experiences in Astronomy. Simulation of professional telescopes. Used in educational settings, but software is free. Includes satellites of Jupiter, photometry of Pleiades. Sky and Telescope article contact address: ZZZZZZZZmarschal@gettysburg.edu. Astro.
    http://www-personal.engin.umich.edu/~streak/ASTcl-1.0.sea.hqx
    AS Tcl 1.0. Execute AppleScripts from within Tcl/Tk
    http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de/Development/development.html
    Example of passing environment variables from AppleScript to MacPerl
    http://www.chips.ibm.com:80/products/temp.html
    PowerPC chip specifications
    http://www.chips.ibm.com:80/products/ppc/DataSheets/sheets.html
    More precise location for the above
    http://www.netaccess.on.ca/~breakpt/html/powerplant.html
    PowerPlant. The PowerPlant Beginner's Page
    http://www.webcom.com/level6/subscribe.html
    Newsletter on Mac Software Updates. Inaccessible as of 1996-09-29
    http://www.multiquest.com
    S-CASE 3.0 for Macintosh. OO Design CASE tool. Free save limited version is available. Supports Unified Modeling Language, proposed by Grady Booch, Ivar Jacobson and Jim Rumbaugh
    http://www.multiquest.com/sc3macd.hqx
    Precise location of demo of S-CASE 3.0 for Macintosh.
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/technotes/tn/tn1069.html
    Tech note about System 7.5.5. Includes allocating small negative amount of memory, emulator cache flush bug, SCSI manager bug with double read
    http://38.232.104.8/pages/programming/mac/development/source/
    JUMBO, example source code. Includes AppleScript/Apple Events example, drop-in code modules to extend BBEdit, animated cursors, graphic animation, modal progress boxes, preference files for CodeWarrior, finderprogressbar (?), hierarchical menus, MacPerl source, source code for the Macintosh Programming Secrets book, source for NCSA Telnet, sfgetfolder, sfmultiget, . Good.
    http://38.232.104.8/pages/programming/mac/development/source/snippets/
    JUMBO, source code snippets. Includes changing the system font and size, Perl and Rez scripts for creating balloon help, pc doubles to Mac doubles, getting the application's FSSpec, names of all mounted volumes, C hashing function, synchronized VBLTask drawing
    http://www.dentalsite.com/macvantage/macsurf/
    Meta Macintouch !. Summarises information from various Web pages with system/application update information: MacInTouch, MacCentral, Macintosh Resource Page, MacSense HotBits, MacWEEK News Index, @ Home Mac, The Online Macinstuff Times, ZDNet Mac, Apple Computer's Public Relations Library, MIT HyperArchive , Sad Macs Update Site, MacSOURCE, The O'Grady PowerPage, MediaNews and more .....
    http://product.info.apple.com/pr/library/1996/September.html
    News from Apple !
    http://www.wrldpwr.com/frontier/filemaker/filemakerglue.sit.hqx
    FileMaker glue for Frontier. Includes DocServer pages documentation
    http://walt.stcloud.msus.edu/Frontier/suites/imageAssistant.html
    imageAssistant Import images into Frontier
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/~viguera/
    Ana Rosa's home page. German course
    http://hyperarchive.lcs.mit.edu/HyperArchive/Abstracts/Recent-Summary.html
    HyperArchive. Recent INFO-mac contributions. Searchable
    http://HoTX.com/macsource/index.nclk
    MacSource. Yet another Macintouch
    http://www.best.com/~ckt/faq/Eight.html
    New home for the Macintosh programming FAQ
    http://www.best.com/~ckt/faq/
    Macintosh programming FAQ
    http://www.tucows.com/
    Winsock software, telnet, etc
    http://www.acm.org/sigchi/webhci/
    WebHCI: A guide to Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) issues of the Web. Yet another list of references to HTML related resources. There is also a mailing for WWW/HCI
    http://www.unisoft.co.at/e/products/voodoo.html
    UNI SOFTWARE PLUS. Makes Voodoo, a version control program
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/webscripting.html
    Introduction to Website management with Frontier
    http://www.moviesounds.com/casblnca.html
    Sampled sounds from the film "Casablanca"
    http://www.kallista.com/TechPapers/Track/TrackingProjects.htm
    Software development is NOT an art. It can be managed, measured, planned. Tracking projects
    http://www.scripting.com/goodies/mailshop.html
    Frontier. Maintains a FileMaker archive of E-mail sent and received. search E-mail archives with FileMaker
    http://www.scripting.com/serious.html
    Serious Website Scripting
    http://www.webedge.com/frontier/
    Mason's Frontier CGI page. The framework is now integrated into Frontier 4.0
    http://www.scripting.com/goodies/shipshop.html
    Ship a SELECTED folder to your FTP site using this Frontier suite/package
    http://ape.com/Diana/Chocolateware/FrontierChocolate.sit.hqx
    Free Frontier samples from Diana
    http://www.scripting.com/serious.html
    The "What is it ?" for Frontier/Websites/ CGI/BBEdit/Glossaries/macros/dynamic Websites/
    http://www.scripting.com/apps/finder.html
    About Finder menu sharing, using the scriptable Finder. OSA Menu extension. Keyboard shortcuts can be assigned !. Does not require Frontier, but can be used with the Frontier Runtime extension. Reconcile Folders: keep folders on 2 machines up-to-date. Find Locked Files; recursive. Find Original of Alias. AppleScript.
    http://www.tucows.com
    Be notified about the latest in Windows '95, Macintosh and Windows 3.1 software. Subscription site: http://tucows.idirect.com/tmilk.html
    http://www.marimba.com/
    Break-out company from Sun. Wants to "provide breakthrough solutions for Java application deployment across networks"
    http://www.killersites.com/1-book/
    Colour palettes and palette tips for HTML work
    http://www.intermrk.com/graphics/clut.html
    Colour palettes and palette tips for HTML work
    http://www.boxtopsoft.com
    PhotoGIF. Plug-in for Photoshop. Maximizes GIF compression
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/
    Homepage for Frontier. Download, documentation, what is it ?, mailing list, sample scripts
    http://www-biol.univ-mrs.fr/english/logligne.html
    PeptideSearch/WWW listed here. Molbio.
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/beginning/whatFrontierIs.html
    Clearest description yet of what Frontier is
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/beginning/whatFrontierIs.html
    Clearest description yet of what Frontier is
    http://www.lacie.com/updates.html
    Silverlining 5.7, a disk formatting utility for Macintosh. Release date 1996-10-08
    http://www.deneba.com/dazroot/softlibs/canvas5/c5patch.html
    Patch for Canvas 5.0.0 overview page. Recommmended !
    http://www.mbmdesigns.com/macjava/
    New home for Apple Flavored Java
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/~rost/wwwServices.html
    WWW services for sequence analysis. Includes Molecular Biology Protocols, antibody resource page, list of species in SWISS-PROT, ExPasy 2D gel, compendium of protein fingerprints, QUEST Protein Database Center (2D electrophoresis of proteins on polyacrylamide gels), Markov models, finding motifs, search each day in several databases for news on homologues of "your" sequence. Molbio.
    http://ix.urz.uni-heidelberg.de/~mziegler/SSW.html
    Lunar occultations !. Astro.
    http://ix.urz.uni-heidelberg.de/~mziegler/SSW.html
    Lunar occultations !. VdS-Fachgruppe Sternbedeckungen. Astro.
    http://www.skypub.com/eclipses/images/96globe.gif
    Solar eclipse 12th October
    http://home.t-online.de/home/farago@t-online.de/sofi_sn.jpg
    Solar eclipse 12th October as seen from Stuttgart, Germany
    http://www.nerdworld.com/users/dstein/nw37.html
    Long list of annotated astronomy related links. Includes IDL Astronomy User's Library, . Good.
    http://www.linksware.com/clo.html
    Fix of the WDEF bug
    http://www.astro.nwu.edu/lentz/mac/faqs/source/gestalt.html
    selectors for use with the Gestalt Manager (part of Macintosh System Software)
    http://www.script.org
    AppleScript Language Association (ASLA). Not much information. Redirected to http://www2.script.org/tango/script/. Can influence Apple's AppleScript policy and you can influence ASLA !
    http://www.linksware.com/clo.html
    Crash Less Often (CLO), WDEF fixer. WDEF is a Macintosh resource type. A utility to detect and correct WDEFs that have a purgeable WDEF resource. Handles MDEFs and CDEFs too. Includes list of applications that have a purgeable WDEF resource
    http://www.cnet.com/Gamecenter/Reviews/Z/
    Review of Z, a PC strategy computer game
    http://www.lob.de/
    Heidelberger's Lehmanns Online Bookshop
    http://www.symantec.com/iff/index.html
    FastFind. A product from Symantec that is supposed to make Internet search easier
    http://www.mangotree.com/tcp_samples.cpt.hqx
    Latest updates to examples for TCP/IP Scripting Addition. AppleScript. Macintosh
    http://www.telebuch.de/
    ABC Buecherdatenbank. Search and order books online. It works !. Shopping basket. Good
    http://www.buchkatalog.de/
    Buchgrossist KNO. Search and order books online. Could find "TCP/IP Illustrated". Good.
    http://www.compumedia.com/%7Eabobotek/docs/rfc977.txt
    RFC 977, Network News Transfer Protocol. Netnews/USENET
    http://www.ai.mit.edu/people/ellens/Gender/why.html
    "Why Are There So Few Female Computer Scientists?". By Ellen Spertus
    ftp://publications.ai.mit.edu/ai-publications/1000-1499/AITR-1315.ps.Z
    Post Script version of the above
    http://www.ai.mit.edu/people/ellens/Gender/pap/pap.html
    "Why Are There So Few Female Computer Scientists?". By Ellen Spertus
    http://www.jeol.com
    MALDI: tutorial on ionization methods. Path: products-> mass spec section. Molbio.
    http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/MarkUp/html-spec/
    HTML 2.0 Standard.
    http://www.sdr.de/radio/s2kultur/redaktionen/radioakademie/archiv/index.html
    SDR1. Manuscripts for some broadcasts, e.g. "Der vernetzte Mensch". In German.
    http://www.aladdinsys.com/info/contact.html
    Contact information for Aladdin Systems/StuffIt, including E-mail addresses for support
    http://www.sdr.de/radio/sdr1/nachrichten/nachrichten.ram
    SDR News, radio. RealAudio
    http://www.tarcon.com/AtHome/download.html
    AtHome. Supports multiple domains on a Mac web server.
    http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/fuzzy-logic/part1/faq.html
    Fuzzy Logic FAQ - older version
    http://search.opentext.com/omw/simplesearch
    Open Text search engine Search Web (simple and power), E-mail, news, current events
    http://ultra.infoseek.com
    InfoSeek Ultra
    http://www.netcreations.com/postmaster/
    The PostMaster - Announce Your URL Everywhere!
    http://www.NetCreations.com/postmaster/
    Make sure your Website URLs are submitted to the largest possible number of search engines. Will submit ALL URLs; not just the home page
    http://www.NetCreations.com/postmaster/deepsubmit.html
    Explanation of the above
    http://www.NetCreations.com/postmaster/registration/try.html
    THIS is the page for submitting the URL as described above. It was hard to find....
    http://www.NetCreations.com/postmaster/linking.htm
    Linking code for PostMaster
    http://www.netcreations.com/postmaster/signin/
    Login URL for PostMaster
    http://www.netcreations.com/postmaster/secrets/
    NetCreations' Secrets of Web Site Promotion. META tags. No real content. Bloated commercialism
    http://bin.gnn.com/cgi-bin/gnn/currency
    Currency converter. DKK. URL seems to be broken now
    http://www.connobj.com/cpp/cppfaq.htm
    C++ FAQ, top level document. From comp.lang.c++ newsgroup. C++.
    http://www.cerfnet.com/~mpcline/On-Line-C++-FAQs/
    New home for the above. C++.
    http://www.best.com/~ckt/faq/
    Current location of MacProg FAQ. The Mac Programming Public Domain FAQ Answer sheet
    ftp://ftp.best.com/pub/ckt/faq.hqx
    MacProg FAQ. The Mac Programming Public Domain FAQ Answer sheet. One long document
    http://www.cerfnet.com/~mpcline/On-Line-C++-FAQs/recent-changes.html
    Recent changes to the comp.lang.c++ FAQ. C++.
    http://www.cerfnet.com/~mpcline/On-Line-C++FAQs/
    Home for comp.lang.c++ FAQ. C++.
    http://www.connobj.com/cpp/cppfaq.htm
    The above in one piece, comp.lang.c++ FAQ. C++.
    http://www.informatik.uni-konstanz.de/~kuehl/cpp/cppfaq.htm/
    German mirror of comp.lang.c++ FAQ. C++.
    http://www.newertech.com/software.html
    Produces the GURU utility. (GUide to Ram Upgrades). Macintosh
    http://www.memphisweb.com/nammac/default.html
    MAC Professionals directory. Helps jobseek for folks with experience wih the Macintosh platform: art, software development, script, Web. Online registrering possible
    http://chemlab.pc.maricopa.edu/periodic/periodic.html
    Searchable; uses Frontier CGI. Described by Dave Winer as "fantastic". List of sites with periodic tables
    http://www.macxperts.com/flatfiler/
    Free WebStar plug-in for serving records from a simple, tab-delimited text database
    http://www.pictorius.com/PI/products/net_servers/netservers.html
    free, full-featured web server
    ftp://netserv:pns95a@ftp.pictorius.com/pns_ppc.sea.hqx
    ftp location of the above. Not correct URL...
    http://adc.gsfc.nasa.gov/adc/adc_other_media.html
    Overview page for the great ADC CD-ROM's (contains astronomical catalogues). Includes errata for volume 1 and volume 2
    http://www.leo.org/cgi-bin/dict-search
    German/English dictionary
    http://www.elektroson.com/GEAR/MAC/G_M_PRODUCT_SHEET.HTM
    GEAR, update page
    http://www.elektroson.com/GEAR/MAC/DOWNLOAD/UP301MM.HQX
    Why is Mac version on CD-ROM version 3.1 ?
    http://www.elektroson.com/ELEKTROSON/HOME_ELEKTROSON.HTM
    GEAR/Elektroson, The Netherlands
    http://www.tagesschau.de/cebit/vdo.html
    VDO video player
    http://www.tagesschau.de
    The News, ARD. German. Video
    http://www.stsci.edu/EPA/Recent.html
    Fresh Hubble Space Telescope images . Astro.
    http://nasto1.astro.lu.se/Html/images/HST/Recent.html
    Swedish mirror of Hubble Space Telescope images . Astro.
    http://www.wnmu.edu
    Home page for ARLT (Automatic radio-linked Telescope). Includes recent CCD-image from the telescope . Astro.
    http://www.csn.net/~jls2/gnat
    GNAT (Global Network of Astronomical Telescopes) . Astro.
    http://cdsweb.u-strassbg.fr/Simbad.html
    SIMBAD astronomical resource
    http://www.webgenesis.com
    GenesisJive from WebGenesis. A WWW based conference system for Macintosh. PowerPC native. Have a meeting place for all types of discussions
    http://thunder.atms.purdue.edu/
    Purdue Weather Processor. Links to weather services
    http://www.aas.org/ApJ/
    Astrophysical Journal
    http://www.irsociety.com/wbs.html
    WebChat, astronomical conference, sci.astro. Conferences on Wednesday evenings
    http://www.com-online.de
    Homepage for the "COM!" magazine, associated with T-Online
    http://www.suchen.de
    "COM!"'s E-mail directory
    http://www.leonardo.net/museum/2.html
    Mona Lisa
    http://js.stir.ac.uk/jsbin/jsii
    Jumpstation. Can search after incomplete/partial URLs
    http://www.stars.com/Vlib/
    List of links for Web software development
    http://www.buchhandel.de
    List of german bookshops with a WWW presence
    http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/galileo/
    Homepage for Galileo; spacecraft to study Jupiter. Astro.
    http://www.demon.co.uk/astronomer
    The Astronomer. British magazine for ADVANCED amateur astronomers
    http://www.addison-wesley.de
    Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Germany.
    http://www.informatik.uni-oldenburg.de/~bernd/daten/bund.html
    Results from the German Bundesliga (Premier Legeage)
    http://ls2-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/buli
    Bundesliga information. Fan pages. Links to 7 sites
    http://www.anomalies.com/iota/more/events.htm
    Upcoming asteroid occultation events. Astro.
    http://www.vol.it/RETE_/01/00063.html
    Football index ?. Worldwide List of links about football
    http://www.anomalies.com/iota/more/96eur.gif
    Hard to get asteroid occultation picture...... Astro.
    http://www.microprose.com/gamesdesign/civ2/civ2.html
    Official Civilization II page; a PC strategy game
    http://www.stsci.edu/astroweb/net-www.html
    Astronomical World Wide Web Resources. Annotated. 700 KB !
    http://www.entrepreneurs.net/urbanplus/plus/500.htm
    183 countries: number of inhabitants, average temperature, geography. In German
    http://www.entrepreneurs.net/urbanplus/plus/lm/34.htm
    Denmark !
    http://www.finanzen.de
    Economics: German banks, insurance companies, links to. Savings, money, online banking
    http://www.gamelord.com/civ/main.htm
    The Civilization II Junkies page. No content as of 1996-11-04
    http://www.brill.com/intranet
    The Intranet Journal. Tips, tricks and links. Includes links to Netscape AppFoundry, newsgroups, collection of software,
    http://www.attachmate.com/Intranet/
    GoodSports Inc. Virtual Company that demonstrates Intranet
    http://www.cio.com/webmaster/wm_irc.html
    The Intranet Resource Center. Case studies, discussion, calendar
    http://www.netscape.com
    Netscape AppFoundry. Was codenamed Appalanche during development. 20 turn-key Intranet solutions for different business areas
    http://home.netscape.com/one_stop/intranet_apps/faq.html
    Netscape Appfoundry FAQ
    http://www.germany.mensa.org
    Mensa Society. Test your IQ online !
    http://www.profamilia.de
    Informative. In German. +http://netguide.de
    http://netguide.de
    Focus Netguide. Claims to have 2 million German Web pages. Search in German WWW servers. Popular subjects as well as searching. Singles
    http://www.almaz.com/nobel/nobel.html
    About the Nobel price. Includes databank of all "receivers". Unfortunately graphics heavy
    http://www.s.shuttle.de/buecherei/salon.htm
    Stuttgart Stadtbucherei
    http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/LReese/
    Books !
    http://www.darmstadt.gmd.de/BV/agef.html
    Book related links.
    http://www.heise.de/tp/
    Heise Verlag. Very good icons. Good Zahn animation !.
    http://www.duden.bifab.de
    Duden Online. Dudenverlag. Rechtscreibreform
    http://www.kinowelt.de
    Cinema
    http://www.heise.de/tp/te/1069/fhome.htm
    "Schuldig! Das Internet"
    http://www.systems.de/world.html
    This URL will freeze Internet Explorer 2.1 for Macintosh
    http://www.zdfmsn.de/unterhaltung/netnite/sendung/index.htm
    TV show about the Internet. Different aspects. URLs from the broadcast are available. Good
    http://www.csra.net/junodj
    Home page of WS_FTP , a PC ftp client. Link to VT320 telnet/terminal emulator
    http://www.ltt.de
    Internet Forum Europe 96. Object World Frankfurt Logon Technology Transfer
    http://www.harald-schmidt-show.de
    Das Jahrhundert show. Harald Schmidt. SDR 1
    http://www.id4.com/index2.html
    Independence Day
    http://www.web.de
    Web.de. Categories, like Yahoo. Includes homepages after city and sir name
    http://www.cm.cf.ac.uk/Dave/C/CE.html
    C programming course
    http://risc.awi.uni-heidelberg.de/~be/finance.html
    List of links with financial information. Shares, investment, near realtime shareprices (German)
    http://uk.imdb.org
    Internet Movie Database
    http://cossc.gsfc.nasa.gov:80/cossc/
    Compton Observatory Science Support Center's homepage. Gamma Ray Burst
    http://www.astro.nwu.edu/astro/osse/bursts/index.html
    Last month's brightest Gamma Ray Bursts
    http://uk.imdb.com/cache/title-exact/17363
    Casablanca, the film
    http://astro.estec.esa.nl
    ESA, astrophysics
    http://astro.estec.esa.nl/SA-general/Projects/Integral/integ_objectives.html
    ESA's INTEGRAL mission: spectroscopy and positioning of celestial sources in the gamma-ray domain
    http://astro.estec.esa.nl/Hipparcos/hipparcos.html
    ESA's Hipparcos mission. Online order for 1997-07-01 release of starcatalogues: Hipparcos and Tycho Catalogues c. Astro.
    http://babbage.sissa.it/archive/astro-ph
    Newest astronomical articles. e-Preprint server (?)
    http://hou.lbl.gov/houtitle.html
    HOU - Hands-On Universe home page LBL = Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. Educational program for students Even images to be recorded with an automated telescope can be ordered. Astro.
    http://hea-www.harvard.edu/QEDT/jcm/space/jsr/jsr.html
    Jonathan's Space Report. Weekly electronic newsletter on the U.S.A space program
    http://www.ukindex.co.uk/ukastro/index.html
    UK Amateur Astronomy. Internet references: list of links
    http://umbra.nascom.nasa.gov/sdac.html
    Solar Data Analysis Center at NASA. 1997 solar eclipse bulletin. SOHO spacecraft. Future solar missions.
    http://www.german-business.de
    German Business-Net
    http://www.bundesregierung.de
    Federal government of Germany
    http://www.bundestag.de
    German parliament
    http://www.flix.de
    directory of german societies, institutions, political parties and organisations ("branchen index")
    http://swiss.web.ch
    Swiss Internet Search Engine
    http://server.anchem.nat.tu-bs.de/Mac-WWW/startseite2.html
    Apple User Group Braunschweig
    http://www.software.de
    Software-Katalog. Searchable. 12000 titles
    http://www.pro-sieben.de
    Pro Sieben, a German television station
    http://134.109.112.4:9090/telenet/SAT/100.html
    Sat 1 teletext.
    http://www.microsoft.com/support/
    Microsoft support area. Database with FAQs, drivers,
    http://www.fao.de
    Info and booking for airtravel, hotels and rental cars. Kredit card payment
    http://www.teleserv.co.uk/stock/
    share prices
    http://us.external.hp.com
    HP (Hewlett Packard) support
    http://www.dtag.de/dtag/hotlist.html
    Internet-Surfbrett, T-Online's www search system. List of links
    http://www.stardiv.de
    StarOffice - alternative to Microsoft Office
    http://www.isg.de
    OEW/Java: Reverse/Forward Engineering and Design. Java design and development environment. Originally: The Object Engineering Workbench for C++. Not available for Macintosh
    http://www.fourmilab.ch
    John Walker's page: Home Planet, Palomar Sky Survey catalogue, programming tools: debug malloc (clobber,leaks,ATLAS:FORTH-lang in C,). C++.
    http://www.fourmilab.ch/homeplanet/homeplanet.html
    Home page for Home Planet...
    ftp://ftp.fourmilab.ch//pub/kelvin/homeplanet/hp3full.zip
    Home Planet, full version, in one piece. 7221513 bytes
    http://www.c100.org
    Component 100 web pages. OpenDoc
    http://www.buydirect.com
    agent between developers and users for selling OpenDoc components
    http://www.buydirect.com
    agent between developers and users for selling OpenDoc components
    http://www.macfixit.pair.com/library/tul/FinderHeapFix.sit.hqx
    Finder Heap Fixer. Will prevent memory problems with the Finder under System 7.5.5 : One problem is collision of the Finder's stack with the heap. Referenced at macintouch 1996-10-30
    http://www.macfixit.pair.com/library/a-f.html
    Sad Macs, list of utilities (downloadable), including Finder Heap Fixer
    http://www.elektroson.com/
    ELEKTROSON. Produces the CD-R software package GEAR. Home page not useful without Netscape 3.0 (Javascript). Very, VERY bad.
    http://www.elektroson.com/GEAR/HOME_GEAR.HTM
    Home page for GEAR. This page REQUIRES frames. Awful
    http://www.deneba.com/dazroot/softlibs/canvas5/501_Intro.html
    Updates to Canvas 5.0.1
    http://www.boutell.com/wusage/
    Web log analyzer. Now ported to PowerMacs
    http://www.sophist.demon.co.uk/ping/
    Information about Ping of Death, a way to attack a computer on a TCP/IP so it crashes
    http://www.share.com/peterlewis/anarchie/index.html
    Anarchie 2.0. Ftp client for Macintosh, written by Peter Lewis
    ftp://ftp.amug.org/pub/peterlewis/anarchie-20.sit.bin
    Anarchie 2.0. The server did not allow anonymous ftp as of 1996-11-15T18:00:00+1
    ftp://ftp.share.com/peterlewis/anarchie-20.sit.bin
    Anarchie 2.0, master location. 811648 bytes
    ftp://nic.switch.ch/software/mac/peterlewis/anarchie-20.sit.bin
    European mirror for Anarchie 2.0
    ftp://ftp.knewell.com//pub/Applications/anarchie-201.sit.bin
    Anarchie 2.0.1
    http://www.york.ac.uk/ServerSupport/UsenetNews/UsenetNewsgroups.html
    Annotated list of newsgroups. Good.
    http://www.york.ac.uk/ServerSupport/UsenetNews/h_comp.sys.mac.html
    List of Mac newsgroups
    http://www.ibgc.u-bordeaux2.fr/YPM/
    Bordeaux group, gel picture. Did not work as of 1996-11-20T11:19:00Z+1 and as of 1996-11-27T11:20:00Z+1. French
    http://animajik.com/mactips.html
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.realaudio.com/eplus/index.html
    RealAudio Player Plus
    http://www.purity.com/be/bezine/blink/index.html
    BeOS zine. Review of search engines. Good
    http://applescript.infovista.com/
    Apple's new site for AppleScript. Claims to have 60 Mb worth of AppleScript sample code. Includes AppleScript FAQ,
    http://applescript.infovista.com/as/sw.html
    Not possible to browse the content, only search
    http://applescript.infovista.com/as/ProdInfo.html
    Invites stories about how one have applied AppleScript technologies. Also invites feedback on future direction of AppleScript
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/admin/register.html
    Register one's Frontier site
    http://ws3.scripting.com/guestbook/
    Guestbook, Frontier Web sysops
    http://www.slaphappy.com/
    Quid Pro Quo. Free Web-server. Frontier support. Can probably be used instead of WebStar for CGIs (does it understand the Send Partial event ??)
    http://www.go-nexus-go.com/macresources/links/newsgroups.html
    List of Macintosh related newsgroup; and not only comp.sys.mac.*
    http://linuxwww.db.erau.edu/NAG/
    WWW version of "The Linux Network Administrators Guide", Olaf Kirch.
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/usenet-i/hier-s/top.html
    List of newsgroups. Browse as tree or as one long list. Annotated
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/mdw/
    THE UNIX/Linux site. Why does it have the title "The Linux Documentation Project Home Page" - it is more than that. Includes ....
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/mdw/HOWTO/
    Mail, News and UUCP HOWTOs. UNIX/Linux
    http://www.Linux.org.uk
    UNIX/Linux for European UNIX/Linux users. Includes: what the press are saying about UNIX/Linux, list of archives, books, online doc
    http://netfit.com/witze/index.html
    Blondine vittigheder !. Requires Javascript (=NetScape Navigator) for choosing class of jokes from the pop-up menu
    http://www.scotnet.co.uk/highland/index.html
    Nessie. The Loch Ness thingie
    http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~jdm/cpp.html
    <Really inside document at: #courses>. Pointers to online tutorials for C++. C++.
    http://www.pythonline.com/fakeopen/
    Monte Python
    http://www.junkscience.com/
    Junk science. Examples of science errors written about in a humorous way. Emphasis on public health research
    http://web.nexor.co.uk/public/mac/archive/doc/search.html
    Catalog of Maintosh shareware programs. Searchable. Good
    http://www.ubka.uni-karlsruhe.de/kvk.html
    Karlsruher Virtuelle Katalog (KVK). Search books from libraries and bookshops. Meta search. Good
    http://home.t-online.de/home/slashy/
    Theo Waigel etc. karikatur. Funny unless you are Theo. Route: Fun Corner (left) -> Bilder (right) -> Karikaturen (right)
    http://www.langenscheidt.de
    Online dictionary. Motto: "Sprachen verbinden", Online dictionaries
    http://www.stern-verlag.de
    Books. 400000. Links to online search and purchasing of books
    http://eduwww.mwsu.edu/bigsurf/02-Search_Engines
    Links to Web search engines. Many less well known search engines. Annotated. Also links to dictionaries, Who's Who on the Internet, directories of people, SimTel Mirrors searcher, Commercial Sites Index, List of Robots
    http://www.inf.tu-dresden.de/~mh1/pgp.html
    PGP, German mirror
    http://www.gamesdomain.co.uk/
    Games Domain. 3000 links. Tips, tricks, tests, cheats, chats, patches, programming tips. Hundreds of patches
    http://www.ambrosiasw.com/~dnebing/macsbug.html
    Output from MacsBug Help put into HTML
    http://www.mindvision.com/web2/Home/mindvision.html
    Installer VISE 4.1
    http://www.spies.com/greg/tools.html
    Greg Marriot's Mac tools. Author of EvenBetterBusError, DoubleTrouble, DisposeResource and MineField
    http://devtools.apple.com/performance/tuning.html
    "Tuning Your Application for Maximum Performance". WWDC presentation. Series of slides (=takes a long time to get)
    http://www.latenightsw.com/scripting.html
    Vendor of the product "Script debugger". Web-based list of AppleScript utilities and scriptable applications. Includes link to Script Debugger 1.0.4 Updater, debugging CGI scripts, developer information for Scripting Addition (OSAX) development, annotated list of highly scriptable applications
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/ExternalInfo/public_relations/1962-1974.html
    History of EMBL 1962-1974
    http://java.sun.com/applets/applets/WordMatch/index.html
    Multilingual Word Match Game. Java
    http://tech-www.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/applets/cmos/cmosdemo.html
    CMOS. Java. CMOS switching, NOR and NAND gates built up of CMOS transistors. Complex gates. D-latch. CMOS transmission gate. Good
    http://tech-www.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/ChipGalerie/galerie.html
    List of chips designed at University of Hamburg. Includes "Neuronales Netzwerk zur Echtzeitklassifikation von Bildern", "Ein Konverter von Packet Radio nach RS232", "DCF77: Zwei Funkuhren-ICs"
    http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~burchard/www/interactive/chat/express.html
    Chat Touring. Chatsystem. Java
    http://www.columbia.edu/acis/bartleby/strunk/
    the famous "Elements of Style" - use of 's, etc. Good
    http://www-personal.umich.edu/~sherenco/Schiffer.html
    Claudia Schiffer trivia. Picture too.
    http://snorri.chem.washington.edu/ysnarchive/index.html
    Sarcasm: Career Guide for Engineers and Computer Scientists. "...the 30-year decline in the relative salaries and prestige of engineers and scientists..."
    http://www.control.auc.dk/users/staff_liste.html
    List of personal homepages for staff at Department of Control Engineering, Aalborg University, AUC/AAU
    http://www.conrad.de/
    Conrad Electronics. German electronics components shop/mail order. It is still under construction as of 1996-10-25. Have they forgotten their WWW pages ?. Still under construction as of 1996-11-22. Now promises start in February 1997. Still not possible to order through the Web page as of 1997-06-10. Very bad. Now open for ordering ! Detected 1997-08-17
    http://www.next.com/OPENSTEP/
    OPENSTEP... Precursor to Rhapsody
    http://www.next.com:80/Pubs/Documents/Download/apple.html
    Next/Objective-C Documentation for Mac Programmers. "All OpenStep documentation applies to Rhapsody! That means you can develop OpenStep applications today and simply recompile them when Rhapsody is released."
    http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/cd-rom/cd-rom.html
    Selected Astronomical Catalogs, Volume I and II CD-ROM and other data on CD-ROM. Can be ordered online
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/snippets/outlinerHTML.html
    Edit hierarchies of HTML objects using Frontier's built-in outliner. Next/Prev. Frontier
    http://www.devtools.apple.com/mrj/
    Mac OS Runtime for Java 1.0
    http://www.icafe.dk/
    Internet cafe in Copenhagen, Denmark. Zinnsgade 1
    http://www.babel.dk/
    Internet cafe in Copenhagen, Denmark. Frederiksborggade 33
    http://www.cyberiacafe.net/cyberia/guide/ccafe.htm
    List of Cyber Cafes
    http://www.slaphappy.com/
    Quid Pro Quo, the free Mac web server. Version 1.0
    http://oasis.bellevue.k12.wa.us/cheeseb/tips.html
    AppleScript tips. Good
    http://oasis.bellevue.k12.wa.us/cheeseb/tips/tellbyvariable.html
    <Really inside document at: #Variable>. AppleScript; how to Telling an Application by Variable.
    http://oasis.bellevue.k12.wa.us/cheeseb/tips/launchbycreator.html
    <Really inside document at: #Telling>. AppleScript; how to Launching an Application by Its Creator.
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/techsupport/develop/issue28/script.html
    Cal Simone, develop December 1996. According to Script: Vocabulary Advice
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/techsupport/develop/issue28/reuter.html
    "Coding Your Object Model for Advanced Scriptability". Ron Reuter. In Develop December 1996
    http://www.wrldpwr.com/frontier/ucmds/
    Frontier UCMDs. Why to use/write them. Explains how to get started writing your own in using C
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/specs/datatypes.html
    Frontier data types: longType, doubleType, etc.
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/outline.html
    Long list of internal links to Frontier stuff including Removable Source Code, Recording, How Threading Works, Mason compares AppleScript and Frontier, David Boroditsky defines Frontier. Good
    http://siolib-155.ucsd.edu/Preston/scripting/NetFrontier/
    Lets Frontier's communicate over a network. Not for general TCP/IP development. Is built on top of TCPCMD
    http://www.erols.com/asg/root/system/extensions/tcpcmd.html
    TCPCMD, UCMD for Frontier to enable... tcpcmd -- TCP/IP Scripting with UserLand Frontier.
    http://www.erols.com/asg/root/system/extensions/tcpcmd.sit.hqx
    Binary for TCPCMD
    http://www.physics.ox.ac.uk/sat/vsohp/shuttle.html
    Observing Space Station MIR
    http://www.osf.hq.nasa.gov/mir/ff.html
    Space Station MIR, for Frankfurt, Germany
    http://acsprod1.acs.ncsu.edu/scripts/HamRadio/sattrack
    Prediction of visible passes of Space Station MIR and other satellites known to this service. Unfortunately the elements used for predictions are from May 1996. Good
    http://www.chara.gsu.edu/sat.html
    Another satellite prediction service. Predictions for a range of satellites with filters for evening/morning, brightness
    http://ssl.berkeley.edu/isi_www/satpasses.html
    Predictions for cities in the USA of bright satellites: MIR, STS, HST. Excellent list of links to other satellite pages
    http://www2.plasma.mpe-garching.mpg.de/sat/vsohp/satintro.html
    Visual Satellite Observer's Home Page
    http://www2.plasma.mpe-garching.mpg.de/sat/pred/europe-pred.html
    MIR from Europe
    http://www.smart.net/~green/mac/desc.html
    Macintosh software updates. Similar to Macintosh
    http://www.prestoallegro.com/mac/
    New location of the above
    http://www.macintouch.com/ot112.html
    What is new in Open Transport 1.1.2 ?
    http://users.aol.com/nyhthawk/welcome.html
    AppleScript & Quark Express
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/mdw/
    UNIX/Linux homepage
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/mdw/HOWTO/NET-2-HOWTO.html
    "Linux NET-2/3-HOWTO", WWW version. Guide for setting up UNIX/Linux networking
    ftp://sunsite.unc.edu//pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO/NET-2-HOWTO
    Text version of the above, "Linux NET-2/3-HOWTO". v3.5, 16 January 1996. 206104 bytes
    http://www.uk.linux.org/
    UNIX/Linux news. Introduction
    http://www.uk.linux.org/LinuxFTP.html
    List of UNIX/Linux ftp sites and other resources
    http://www-i2.informatik.RWTH-Aachen.de/arnd/lx_wwwsites.html
    WWW-sites all over the world for UNIX/Linux
    http://ftp.llp.fu-berlin.de/lsoft/
    Scientific application on UNIX/Linux. Includes Matlab like packages, SPICE. Unfortunately it uses frames
    http://www.planet.eon.net/%7Epkw/claudia.html
    Annotated list of references to pictures of Claudia Schiffer
    http://eggcite.com/pudland/
    User contributed levels for Warcraft II, a PC strategy game
    http://www.acornsw.com/WebRoot/DMConnection/
    Archive for the Frontier beginners mailing list
    http://www.slaphappy.com
    News about Quid Pro Quo, a free Web server for the Macintosh.
    http://www.acornsw.com/root.html
    Backup suite for Frontier. Backs up Frontier.root ?
    http://www.clearink.com/fun_stuff/frontier/
    Frontier CGI scripting, Jon Stevens's CGI tutorials
    http://www.eskimo.com/~ravensys/frontier.html
    Updated glue for BBEdit 4.0.2
    http://www.claris.com/support/products/filemakerpro/appleevents/events/docs/sort.html
    Claris's Apple Events Reference for FileMaker Pro
    http://www2.apple.com/leadership/feedback.html
    Feedback page to Apple
    http://www.fln.vcu.edu/struwwel/awful.html
    "THE AWFUL GERMAN LANGUAGE" by Mark Twain, part of "A Tramp Abroad"
    http://cadswes.colorado.edu/twain/tramp/trampAppendixD.html
    Another home for "THE AWFUL GERMAN LANGUAGE" by Mark Twain
    http://www.tarleton.edu/activities/pages/facultypages/schmidt/German.html
    Mark Twain quotations, German
    http://www.tarleton.edu/activities/pages/facultypages/schmidt/Mark_Twain.html
    Mark Twain quotations
    http://web.mit.edu/linguistics/www/forum/filelist/legend.html
    The Legend of Mark Twain. Includes ref to satirical travel book called "The Innocents Abroad"
    http://wiretap.spies.com/ftp.items/Library/Classic/tramp.mt
    Full text of: Twain, Mark: "A Tramp Abroad"
    http://salwen.com/mtcyber.html
    Long annotated list of Mark Twain sites. Includes The Quotable Mark Twain, Mark Twain Library (with A Tramp Abroad)
    http://cadswes.colorado.edu/twain/
    The Mark Twain Library. Recommemdation of The Innocents Abroad. Annotated !. Good
    http://cadswes.colorado.edu/twain/tramp/
    HTML version of "A Tramp Abroad", by Mark Twain. Also link to file with the entire book. Includes one chapter about Heidelberg
    http://cadswes.colorado.edu/twain/tramp/trampAppendixB.html
    "Heidelberg Castle ", part of "A Tramp Abroad"
    http://cadswes.colorado.edu/twain/innocents/
    HTML version of "The Innocents Abroad" by Mark Twain. 61 chapters !
    http://cadswes.colorado.edu/twain/innocents/innocents.html
    "The Innocents Abroad" as one long file
    http://www.be.com/documentation/be_book/index.html
    The Be Book, includes description of Be's microkernel services (The Kernel Kit ?)
    http://www.netscape.com/people/jwz/worse-is-better.html
    Title: The Rise of ``Worse is Better''. MIT approach versus New Jersey approach. About software development. UNIX/Linux and C are said to be vira !
    http://www.contrib.andrew.cmu.edu/~bf2c/cw/faq.html
    comp.sys.mac.programmer.codewarrior FAQ
    http://www.zdnet.com/macuser/mu_0197/features/befea/beos.html
    Be story; with lot of solid technical information
    http://www.eden.com/%7Echelly/cwbugs/news.htm
    Chelly's Code Warrior C++ News. List of fixed bugs and new bugs for the different versions of CodeWarrior C++. C++.
    http://www.microsoft.com/ie/mac/go.htm
    Description of Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0. Click-GIF/donwload botton did not work as of 1996-01-23 It can be accessed at http://www.microsoft.com/ie/download/. Not available for 68K; bad.
    http://207.68.137.44/msdownload/ie3/mac/ie30full.hqx
    One of 9 download places for Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 7796821 bytes (?)
    http://www.mathemaesthetics.com/ResOrderProg.html
    Resorcerer, a resource editor for software development on the Macintosh
    http://www.metamage.com/mush
    TinyMUSH/Mac. Multi-user, on-line, interactive, text-based world (much in the style of some adventure games). Uses homegrown C++ classes for AppleScript support.
    http://www.metamage.com/mammal/
    Mammal. World-Wide Web browser which conforms to applicable RFC's (including RFC 1866 and RFC 1738 for starters), implements large portions of HTML 3.0, favors the user's preferences over the author's design. Multi-stage project to create a Web Browser For The Rest Of Us
    http://ugweb.cs.ualberta.ca/~gerald/validate/?url=http://www.metamage.com/mammal/
    Another validation service. Does HTML 3.0. Explains <!DOCTYPE/DTD in output
    http://www-acs.ucsd.edu/~jstrout
    Home page of Joseph J. Strout. Includes AppleScript, co-developed cross-platform C++ library for neuroscience. Fast access even Thursday 15:30 Central European Time. Really nicely done homepage. Good.
    http://www-ncmir.ucsd.edu/~jstrout/classlib/
    C++ library described above. It is in fact quite general: strings, 3D vector, create GIFs using iostream, traverse file directories,. C++.
    http://applescript.infovista.com/
    The official Apple AppleScript site
    http://www.mathemaesthetics.com/UpcomingInfo.html
    Information about Resorcerer 2.0
    http://www.fwb.com/fireball.html
    Instructions for fixing the Quantum FireBall problem. Very Good. Now the link is broken because they use f******ing frames
    http://www.fwb.com/intro_hdt2.0.html
    Description of Hard Disk Toolkit's (HDT) features. Now the link is broken because they use f******ing frames
    http://www.fwb.com/software/support/software/intro_hdt2.0.html
    Hard Disk Toolkit 2.0.1. Hard disk formatter for Macintosh. Now the link is broken because they use f******ing frames
    http://www.bethany.edu/kyle/frontiersendmail.html
    Frontier sendmail. Is now part of the Frontier root (?)
    http://www.syquest.com/syquest/fax703.htm
    SyQuests and use of DOS formatted cartridges with PC Exchange on Macintosh. SCSI ID's past #5 may not work !!
    http://www.islandnet.com/~quill/c3data.html
    Old URL of below
    http://www.quillserv.com/www/c3/c3.html
    The Complete Conflict Compendium. The on-line database of Mac software incompatibilities. One can post questions too !. Good !
    http://206.116.221.115/javareg
    CorelOffice for Java. Pre-beta. Office productivity applications 100% written in the Java
    ftp://ftp2.corel.com/coj.zip
    CorelOffice for Java. 2792080 bytes
    http://www.ultranet.com/~gmcgath/EightyRez.html
    EightyRez. Now free ?? - no, but can be downloaded and password bought
    ftp://empnet.com/pub/unboxed/ConceptualDesign/Unlock_EightyRez.sit.bin
    EightyRez Password needed for unlocking the software. 342144 bytes
    ftp://empnet.com/pub/unboxed/ConceptualDesign/EightyRezDemo.sit.bin
    EightyRez Demo. 241280 bytes
    http://www.apstech.com/
    The write cache story. Especially Quantum Fireball. Is this resource available?. It seems to require registration
    http://www.vmeng.com/vinnie/Papers/TN_1040.html
    technical insides of proper write-cache flushing. Good
    http://www.vmeng.com/vinnie/Papers/TN_1059_1.html
    Writing fast network applications/server with Open Transport
    http://www.vmeng.com/vinnie/Papers/TN_1059_6.html
    Using the Filemanager effectively: Optimizing the size of your I/O requests, Aligning your I/O requests (2K boundary ?), Using the File System's Cache to your advantage and Using asynchronous read or writes
    http://dev.info.apple.com/technotes/Archive/Toolbox
    Old URL. Apple Developer Support Tech Notes
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/technotes.shtml
    New URL of the above
    http://gemma.apple.com/bin/do-login.pl?Tag=/&URI=/bin/iaquery.pl
    Search Developer World, public access. Example query: Apple AND Event AND Manager AND 64
    http://ws3.scripting.com/ftpmirror/apple/objectSupportLib.sit.hqx
    ObjectSupportLib 1.2. Beta. For use on PowerMacs
    http://www.connectix.com/connect/files/SD201U.sea.hqx
    Updater to Speed Doubler 2.0.1. 379438 bytes
    http://www.connectix.com/connect/upda.spee.html
    Updater page for Speed Doubler
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/CG/www/policies/
    The EMBL WWW policy. Rules for: standard footer and headers. Recommendations: GIF's, HTML level required, use of tables. Example of warning for use of tables
    http://esca.atomki.hu/dlug/tudapps/linux_old.html
    List of free scientific software for UNIX/Linux, including MATLAB clones
    http://www-acs.ucsd.edu/~jstrout/macdev/scriptmenu/
    Source code for easy adding of a Scripts menu to a Mactinosh application
    http://pubweb.nexor.co.uk/public/perl/perl.html
    Old URL.
    http://www.nexor.co.uk/public/perl.html
    New home. Perl page. Good and European (=fast)
    http://www.perl.com/CPAN/doc/manual/html/PerlDoc-beta1g-html.tar.gz
    Perl documentation in HTML format. Produced by Tom Christiansen
    http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de:8001/perlHTMLdoc/manual/perlfunc.html
    List of Perl builtin functions including split. Local.
    http://www.Reference.COM/
    Directory of newsgroups, mailing lists and "web forum". Also archives of selected mailing lists
    http://www.did-it.com
    will check any URL to see if the URL is listed in the search engines and e-mail a report
    http://198.94.65.123/FAQMac_SystemSoft.html
    Mac Tech, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Macintosh System Software including "how do i change my hard disk icon?", "how do i change my hard disk icon?". The latter question has advice for what to do when normal pasting of the icon does not work (Has Custom Icon OFF, delete the old icon first - invisible icon on top level) Good
    http://www.yarc.com/network.htm
    Describes performance problem wihh networking with newer PCI Macs
    http://www.intercon.com/macvpa/download.html
    MacVPA - Virtual Private Network - AppleTalk tunneling over the Internet. Beta version will be availalble
    http://www.devtools.apple.com/mrj/text/download.html
    Download page for Mac OS Runtime for Java 1.0
    http://wais.sensei.com.au/searchgform.html
    Search contents of comp.sys.mac.programmer.* digest
    http://marvin.stattech.com.au/search.html
    Search comp.sys.mac.programmer.* digest back to 1992
    http://www.mklinux.apple.com/wip/status/status.961211.html
    <Really inside document at: #_Sect_7>. Description of MkLinux for PCI Power Macintoshes. Also contains reference on how to get the DR2 release on CD-ROM. UNIX/Linux.
    http://cobweb.dartmouth.edu/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/jonh/faqomatic/faq.pl
    FAQ-O-MATIC. Content rich (?) FAQ for MkLinux - UNIX/Linux for Mac. UNIX/Linux
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/snippets/javaTree.html
    Call Java from Frontier and vice-versa
    http://www.wrldpwr.com/frontier/cgiframework/index.html
    New CGI framework for Frontier, version 4.2a2, that handles other servers than WebStar
    http://www.comvista.com/net/www/server.html
    List of WWW servers for Macintosh. Includes WebStar, Netprezenz, Quid Pro Quo, MacHTTP
    http://www.cdmovies.com/
    Sells video CDs. Includes: Airplane, Dances With Wolves, Forrest Gump, The Pink Panther, Thelma and Louise, World War II Years V. 1, Hunt for Red October, Star Trek VI, Top Gun DV
    http://www.nw.com/zone/WWW/report.html
    Internet Domain Survey. Number of hosts, pings, domain names
    http://home.earthlink.net/~comgdbbs/
    useful resources for the Macintosh. Supplement to Macintouch. Examples: BBEdit Remote Link Checker 1.1,
    http://www.opendoc.apple.com/dev/ALOE/aloemain.html
    Apple Library for Object Embedding (ALOE). Convert your application into an OpenDoc container
    http://www.kdpoptics.com/
    KDP, a raytrace program for design of optical systems. Runs under various Windows platforms. The developers explicitly invites bug report - good !.
    ftp://www-ifia.fzk.de/kdp/
    German mirror site of KDP; see above
    http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de/PPG/PersonalPages/PeterM/PeterM.html
    My home page...
    http://marvelgirl.dmc.com/acornsw.com/WebRoot/DMConnection/mailing-list.stml
    Mail List for Beginning Mac OS and Java Programmers
    http://www.heise.de/ct/Service/English.htm/9611270/
    c't comparison of PowerPC, Pentium and Pentium Pro
    http://www.scripting.com/Frontier/netscripting/tcp/
    TCP Scripting for AppleScript and Frontier. NetEvents, author: Chuck Shotton. NetEvents is a scriptable TCP/IP Application. Connects Apple Events and TCP/IP. Makes it easy to create client and server Internet apps that run on Macs.
    ftp://ftp.scripting.com/userland/netEvents.sit.hqx
    Download location of NetEvents (see above)
    http://www.biap.com/downloads/netevents.html
    Home page for NetEvents (see above)
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/techsupport/develop/issue28/looney.html
    "Chiropractic for Your Misaligned Data". Kevin Looney and Craig Anderson. In Develop December 1996, issue 28. The effect on misaligned integers, floats and doubles on the performance of PowerPC programs. Misaligment for doubles on 604 is measured to cause the test program to run 80 times slower !! References two tools for detecting misalignments: PPCInfoSampler () and the Misalignment Instrument Library, MIL ()
    http://www.barebones.com/updaters/BBEdit_4.0.3_Update.hqx
    Updates BBEdit 4.0.x to version 4.0.3
    http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/cd-rom/set_bd/adc.html
    Ordering page for ADC CD-ROMs, volume I, II and III
    http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/cd-rom/misc/cdrom-order.html
    HTML form for ordering ADC CD-ROMs
    http://www.stclairsw.com/stclairsw/df_bg.html
    Default Folder home page For much easier navigation in Standard File dialogs
    http://www.oise.on.ca/~bwillard/ideaslo.htm
    Ideas on "Learning Organizations". Describes the not-invented-here syndrome . Good
    http://interaction.in-progress.com
    Companion to Quad Pro Quo Web server. Threaded forums, chat rooms and other dynamic entities
    http://www.cyberdog.apple.com/download/dodownload.html
    Cyberdog 1.2.1
    http://appleshareip.apple.com
    AppleShare IP 5.0. Enables mounting of volumes over the Internet through use of TCP. Requires system 7.6
    http://www.next.com:80/Pubs/Documents/Download/apple.html
    links to ALL OpenStep documentation on-line
    http://www.brouhaha.com/~eric/computers/mocha.html
    Decompile Java applications, right down to variable names. Only comments are lost !
    http://www.cen.com/mw3/
    MW3: Motif on the World Wide Web. 700 links: Motif, X11, Xt, X-Windows FAQs,
    http://www.ultranet.com/~gmcgath/EightyRez.html
    EightyRez. Editor for aete resources (=AppleScript dictionaries)
    http://www.zeta.org.au/~rosko/pigui.htm
    Platform-independent GUI Toolkit FAQ
    http://www.novanet.net.au/~pragma/
    Pragmatica 1.1 OO CASE Tool (for Windows 95)
    http://www.novanet.net.au/~pragma/case/pragma.exe
    Execuatable for Pragmatica 1.1
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/srs/srsc?-info+swissprot
    General description of Swissprot. Description of the other databases can be obtained with a similar syntax. Molbio.
    http://www.uni-bonn.de/~uzs90z/ScriptExecutor.hqx
    Preprocess your source code with a perl script in the CodeWarrior IDE. URL broken as of 1997-02-21T01:24:00Z+1
    http://www.unboxed.com
    HeapManager, a memory testing/debugging for Macintosh application software development. From Software Unboxed
    http://www.objectspace.com/Products/cpp_libraries/stltk/examples.html
    ObjectSpace STL examples
    http://www.umich.edu/~rsug/netatalk
    Current information about Netatalk, kernel support for AppleTalk in the UNIX/Linux kernel. Includes links to other useful pages
    http://artoo.hitchcock.org/~flowerpt/projects/linux-netatalk
    troubleshooting guide for Netatalk
    http://www.westcodesoft.com
    OneClick. Alternative to the old Quickeys
    http://www.the-times.co.uk
    The Times newspaper, UK. Free, but registration required
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/schedules/charts.htm
    BBC Worldservice - broadcast frequencies
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/schedules/westernc.htm
    BBC Worldservice - broadcast frequencies for Westen Europe
    http://cliffie.nosc.mil/~NATLAS/atlas
    Atlas of the World
    http://www.evangelist.macaddict.com
    EvangeList Web site. Irrational support for the Macintosh. MacAddict?
    http://www-bigbang.stanford.edu/~parkb/computers/mac/macX.html
    Includes description of how to patch MacX so that it will work under newer system software and machines (it crashes on startup)
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/stories/brentCGI.html
    Frontier CGI framework,version 4.2b1. 1997-02-24. Welcomes feedback
    http://www.wrldpwr.com/frontier/cgiframework/cgiframework42b3.sit.hqx
    Frontier CGI framework, version 4.2b3. 1997-02-27
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/stories/mattTopSixteen.html
    Top Sixteen Undocumented Frontier Features. Good
    http://www.webintosh.com/
    Most up-to-date news about anything related to the Internet and the Macintosh platform
    http://www.webintosh.com/reviews/ie3.html
    Review of Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 for Macintosh. Good
    http://www.csn.net/MetaCard/java.html
    Why Java is bad/overhyped
    http://www.mklinux.apple.com/wip/developers/gnustep.html
    GNUStep: free implementation of NeXT's Software OpenStep specification. Looking for developers. Reference to http://www.nmr.embl-heidelberg.de/GNUstep/ !! Includes: Objective-C work on PowerPC, CD-ROM with DR1
    http://www.illuminatus.com/cookie.fcgi
    Cookies explained. Technical. Reference to upcoming RFC. Frontier. MacPerl. The page itself uses cookies !
    http://portal.research.bell-labs.com/~dmk/cookie.html
    RFC for cookie standard.
    http://www.macscitech.org/
    "MacSciTech (MST) was founded in 1991 to enhance the effective utilization of the Macintosh Computing Environment in scientific and engineering applications". Includes Top 10 List for Science and Engineering, OS wars, Common-Mode-Failure
    http://www.macscitech.org/oswars/oswars.html
    OS Wars. "scientists and engineers are more multi-platform than any other computer user". Ref to
    http://www.macscitech.org/news/news.html
    News relating to science/engineering and Macintosh
    http://www.macscitech.org/oswars/oswars13.html
    Common-Mode-Failure in Information Systems. Common Mode Failure.
    http://www.scripting.com/davenet/stories/iqTest.html
    6 Fs
    http://www.microsoft.com/kb/softlib/mslfiles/MSWRD67.HQX
    Set of documents describing: What is required to convert Word 6 files to Word 5 files. Also lists what information is lost when converting
    http://www.macosrumors.com/software/77.shtml
    Macintosh System 7.7 information. No need to install alpha system software - one can look at the screenshots. http://www.elitezone.com/pics/aboutthismac.gif, "About this computer" (not Macintosh) Note that the domain name contains this word: rumour. Also includes System 7.6.1, 7.8, 7.9, 8.0
    http://www.flemingmultimedia.com/MOREVCDS.html
    Video CDs. Includes Pink Panther, Four Weddings and a Funeral, U2 "Rattle and Hum", Total Recall,
    http://www.mcno.com/xdra/
    Video CDs. European. Warning: this site causes Netscape 1.12 for Macintosh to freeze.
    http://www.moviecd.com/
    Video CDs. But not usable because of broken links for imagemaps and buttons.
    http://www.asizip.com
    PKZIP DCL. Libraries for implementing compression of files in Macintosh applications
    http://www.aladdinsys.com/news/010797-engine.html
    Use of the StuffIt engine from within Macintosh applications. Note: can only compress .sit files, not .zip files
    http://www.macweek.com/mw_1110/nw_applescript.html
    AppleScript 1.2
    http://www.be.com/aboutbe/benewsletter/Issue63.html
    Alignment of data structures. PowerPC. Little-endian/big-endian. Padding. The document also contain another article: "The Heat on the Clones", referenced from MacIntouch
    http://www.scripting.com/matt/webtutorial/
    "Up and Running With Frontier Web Site Management". Tutorial. Good
    http://www.altura.com
    Cross-platform. Has acquired Object Master!
    http://www.rhein-neckar.de/~cetus/software.html
    Collection of 3900+ links about Object-Orientation. In Heidelberg !. Includes Tcl/Tk, reuse, See also below. Good
    http://www.rhein-neckar.de/~cetus/software.html
    Visual C++ links. Includes ref to: MFC FAQ, Win32 dev kit FAQ, newsgroups,. C++.
    http://www.rhein-neckar.de/~cetus/software.html
    C++. Includes: Borland C++ FAQ, Bjarne Stroustrup's Homepage, Bytewave's STL Web Site, C++ STL FAQ, Symantec Think Class Library Tutorial. C++.
    http://devworld.apple.com/mkt/informed/appledirections/mar97/websitestrategy.html
    "Traffic-Building Strategies for Web Sites"
    http://www.cybernet.dk/users/poul-tang/gymnasie.htm
    Amtsymnasiet i Hadsten
    http://www.cnet.com/Content/Features/Howto/IEtips/Mac/index.html
    Tips for using Internet Explorer 3.0 for Macintosh. Includes keyboard shortcuts,
    http://www.amazon.com/
    Books. On-line ordering.
    http://www.iftech.com/oltc
    Tutorials for C++, MFC, JAVA, and more. Visual C++ and MFC. MFC Question and Answer Center. Win32 Concepts and Features. Windows NT Administration FAQ. Quick Introduction to PERL. GNU RCS source code control system under Windows NT/95. Introduction to Motif Application Development. PostScript Programming. BUT: The links are broken!!!!!!!!!! 1997-03-11. Bad. C++.
    http://www.xraylith.wisc.edu/~khan/software/stl/STL.newbie.html
    STL Newbie guide. STL = Standard Template Library (C++). Includes Sorting an STL container, C++ code converted to HTML. Good. C++.
    http://www.sgi.com/Technology/STL/
    Standard Template Library Programmer's Guide (C++). Includes: downloadable STL, explains what STL is, . Very good. C++.
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/ansorge/service/persons.html
    Service related persons in the Anzorge group at EMBL. Includes Juergen Zimmermann, contact person for WWW applications. Molbio.
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/VirtualLibrary/
    EMBL Virtual Library. Documentation of software and others. Includes World Wide Web Conference number 5 (6-10 May 1996), UNIX/Linux help,
    http://apple.www.conxion.com/newsRoom/welcome.html
    Apple News Room, from the Apple@InternetWorld conference
    http://www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/bpl/bkmk/bookmark.html
    Annotated. Good. Art, museums, Web search, 900 Kb !
    http://www.arch.adelaide.edu.au/tzconvert.html
    Timezone Converter. Convert from one timezone to the other. URL is broken now, checked at 1999-07-28
    http://www.sona4400.holowww.com/nycxxx1.shtml
    Thema Nummer Eins
    http://204.236.5.3/955363/mac/playerppc301.hqx
    RealAudio player for Power Macintosh. Seattle
    http://www.maxum.com/Misc/DemoAccess.fdml
    Demo version of Phantom 2.0 (WebCrawler)
    http://17.126.23.20/dev/technotes/tn/tn1095.html
    Description of versions of OSL (Object Support Library). Good. Very good
    http://www.linear.com/software/swcad.exe
    SwitcherCAD. Program for design of DC/DC switch mode power supplies with Linear Tech's ICs
    http://www.emulation.net/
    Emulation on the Mac OS. Interesting. PC, Atari, Apple II, TI81, ZX Spectrum, HP 48, CP/M. List of mailing lists, newsgroups
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/admin/mail.html
    Annotated list of Frontier related mailing lists
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/technotes/tn/tn1096.html
    List of bug fixes in System 7.6.1
    http://www.imug.net/macbooks/index.html
    Mac Books, programming section. The listed books can be purchased through www.amazon.com.
    http://web.xplain.com/devdepot.com/SBDisplayItem.qry?ItemCode=SSCRIPTER
    Description of Scripter 2.0; an AppleScript debugger
    http://www2.imagiware.com/RxHTML/htdocs/single.html
    Doctor HTML. Dr. HTML. Checks single HTML pages: document structure, spelling, form structure, hyperlink analysis, table structure. Supplements WebLint and HAL Validation Service. Will verify links !!!!!. In report: indented version of HTML document with only HTML tags to display the structure of the document. Displays how long loading the page will take over a 14400 baud modem
    http://www.latenightsw.com/archives/External_Script_Editor_Note.pdf
    Description of the external script editor protocol. Allow either Script Debugger or Scripter to be used to edit embeded scripts
    http://www.reichelt.de
    Reichelt Elektronik. Sells computer components as well, e.g. RAM SIMM x9. On-line ordering possible. E-mail: ZZZZZReicheltElektronik@T-Online.de
    http://www.reichelt.de/cgi-bin/test/katalog.pl/er_simm_4.html?193175249191_860676269
    Reichelt Elektronik, RAM; SIMM 4MX9-70
    http://www.devworld.apple.com/dev/technotes/tn/tn1090.html
    Technical details of enhancements/bug fixes in System 7.6
    http://www.devworld.apple.com/dev/technotes/tn/tn1096.html
    Technical details of enhancements/bug fixes in System 7.6.1
    http://www.cyrusoft.com/mulberry/mulbmimeinfo.html
    Mulberry. Internet mail client for Macintosh that handles MIME messages
    http://www.oac.uci.edu/indiv/ehood/MIME/MIME.html
    MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions). References to RFCs and newsgroups
    http://195.7.0.236/filecrypt/
    Explains FileCrypt. Provides systemwide encryption services. Macintosh.
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/newReleases/notes422/default.html
    Release notes for Frontier 4.2.2
    http://www5.zdnet.com/anchordesk/story/story_799.html
    Top Five Java Myths. Java reality check. Good
    http://www.scripting.com/stories/simmons/javaforfrontierscripters.html
    Java for Frontier Scripters. Includes: explains how to use Frontier from Java applets (Frontier CGIs with non html output)
    http://www.sunlabs.com/people/john.ousterhout/scripting.html
    About scripting. Scripting versus system programming (C,C++,Pascal etc). Mentioned scripting languages: Tcl, UNIX/Linux shell, Perl. Interesting
    http://www.boutell.com/faq/#authoring
    HTML FAQ
    http://www.cs.duke.edu/~dsb/wt-faq/
    The Unofficial WebTechs HTML Validator FAQ. Includes "Why should I validate my HTML pages?", HTML comments, reason and examples of use of quotes for values; e.g. TABLE WIDTH="50%", DOCTYPE explained Good
    http://www.cs.duke.edu/~dsb/wt-faq/validate.html
    <Really inside document at: #strict-dtd>. Explains use of <P> tag as a CONTAINER, not separator.
    http://www.sandia.gov/sci_compute/elements.html
    Huge list HTML tags, 173 KB.
    http://www.sandia.gov/sci_compute/elements.html
    <Really inside document at: #input>. Says that NAME *must* be present for all INPUT tags in a form. Explains rules for radiobuttons and check boxes. Good
    http://support.info.apple.com/tso/tso-networking.html
    Servers & Networking Products. Includes table with Server Type, Server SW (AppleShare), Mac OS Version, Networking SW (OT/Classic), Extensions (7.5.5 SCSI Server Update - Find File operation hang, PPC Interrupt Extension), AppleShare and personal File Sharing FAQ, . ftp-links to Open Transport 1.1.2, 7.5.5 SCSI Server Update, PPC Interrupt Extension,
    http://devworld.apple.com/ngs/lpp/adrpub/docs/dev/technotes/nw/nw_515.html
    Documents the maximum number of shared volumes using Macintosh File Sharing. The maximum is 10. For AppleShare 3.x the limit is 50 (?)
    http://www.bahn.de
    DB - Deutsche Bahn Ag. German National Railways. Searching in schedules is *not* possible (?) - bad
    http://rzstud1.rz.uni-karlsruhe.de/~ule3/railserv.html
    train schedules in Germany. New URL: http://rail.rz.uni-karlsruhe.de/rail/rsask-d.html. Result is send back through E-mail
    http://www.cerfnet.com/~mpcline/C++-FAQs-Lite/
    New URL for comp.lang.c++ FAQ. C++.
    http://www.cerfnet.com/~mpcline/C++-FAQs-Lite/freestore-mgmt.html#[16.7]
    C++: delete and NULL pointers. In section "Freestore management", not in destructors section. C++.
    http://www.ent.iastate.edu/mailinglist/archives/frontiertalk/fsearch.acgi
    Frontier archives, temporary location
    http://www.jubii.dk/
    Jubii, danish Yahoo-like search/ directory
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/ExternalInfo/GeneralInfo/Press.html
    EMBL Nobel Prize winner Christiane Nusslein-Volhard. Molbio.
    http://www.tidbits.com/matt/ftp/ALittleHelp.hqx
    Frontier table with help. Includes list of escape-chars (\r for return, \t for tab, etc.), defines @ and ^ as addressOf and dereference, line-continuation, yield time to other processes (sys.systemtask), semaphores, importing of AppleScripts, Database location: workspace.ALittleHelp. Author: Matt Neuburg, http://king.tidbits.com/matt/. Frontier outlines shine here !!. Good. Very Good
    http://king.tidbits.com/matt/
    Includes "Up and Running with Frontier Web Site Management ", News-While-U-Sleep (downloads all the unread messages in all newsgroups you have designated) and software review (Eudora 3.0 Lite, etc.)
    http://www.scripting.com/matt/scriptingTutorial/
    Frontier scripting tutorial. Is supposed to squash the Frontier learning curve
    http://www.versiontracker.com/
    List of new updates to Macintosh software, e.g. Canvas, Norton Speed Disk, Guru, Aaron
    http://home.netscape.com/misc/feedback.html
    Feedback to Netscape: on web pages, bug reports on Netscape Navigator
    http://home.netscape.com/newsref/std/mac-remote-control.html
    Documentation of the Netscape Navigator script interface. "Netscape API for the Macintosh". Mention of mailing list. C++ sample code available that exercises the script interface. Reference to list of example AppleScripts. Does not contain much more information on the "form data" parameter to the event OpenURL than the dictionary :-(. (DDE on the Windows side ?)
    http://help.netscape.com/search/iaquery?NS-query-pat=/usa/NS-advquery.pat
    Searchable database of Netscape product information. Could find information on Netscape Navigator's AppleScript interface
    http://cgi.scriptweb.com/osaxen/spotlight.fcgi
    Search for osaxen - scripting additions. AppleScript
    http://www.spyglass.com/products/smosaic/sdi/sdi_spec.html
    Platform indepent specification for controlling web-browser. Includes AppleScript/ AppleEvent, DDE and TCP/IP implementation of this standard. OpenURL is defined here !. DDE on Windows. TCP/IP on UNIX/Linux
    http://applescript.apple.com/suites/Registry.pdf
    Electronic version AppleEvent Registry document
    http://www.wrldpwr.com/samples.tellparams.fcgi
    Server that will accept any form data and display arctable, encoded form data, etc. Useful for checking form data send with the AppleScript command openURL to Netscape or Explorer. Also shows Content-type (MIME type)
    http://www.microsoft.com/kb/articles/q150/5/90.htm
    AppleScript Commands Supported by IE 2.0 for Macintosh. Does not contain much more than the dictionary
    http://source.asset.com/
    Asser Source for Software Engineering Technology
    http://www.iol.ie/~fod/ffc.html
    FirewallEFoundationEClasses. C++ class library designed to assist in the construction of safe Internet gateways, clients and services. C++.
    http://source.asset.com/WSRD/indices/domain_summary.html
    Free source code, Categorised. Includes: AI, cleanroom software engineering, C++, Motif++, C++ Socket Library, Vector Math, FFT, object oriented software development, Good.
    http://www.intergalact.com/g1k/g1k.html
    Galactomatic-1000. General purpose data analysis program; import and export. Free pre-release version available by ftp
    http://www.intergalact.com/ftp/Galactomatic-1000/v0.01/Galactomatic-1000.sea.hqx
    See above. 679253 bytes
    http://www.AmbrosiaSW.com/alt.sources.mac/
    Archives Also ref to "Digital Image Processing of CCD Telescope Images of the Collision of Comet Shoemaker/Levy-9 and Jupiter" - processed with this program. Astro.
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/newReleases/notes421/
    Frontier 4.2.1
    http://www.tenon.com/products/codebuilder/Objective-C.html
    Overview of Objective-C. Good
    http://www.batech.com/~dekorte/Objective-C/Documentation/Index.html
    Objective-C tutorials and sample code
    http://www.wrldpwr.com/
    Example of combining traditional static home page with a news style approach. Uses Frontier NewsPage management
    http://www.ranchero.com/osaxen/
    List of osaxen. Includes Application Menu 1.0, Choose Item 1.1.2, Date Calculations Z-1.0d6, Resolve an alias, Wait and Flush 1.1, Pause scripts and flush the event queue. AppleScript
    http://www.ranchero.com/frontier/cgiframework/
    New URL for Frontier CGI Framework 4.2
    http://www.fogcity.com/em_utilities2.0.html
    Claris Emailer 2.0 Utilities. Lots of example AppleScripts. Includes reference to Frontier glue table for Claris Emailer
    http://www.estec.esa.nl/spdwww/hipparcos/V97/
    HIPPARCOS. ESA Astrometry satellite, conference about
    http://kandor.isi.edu/aliases/PowerPC_Programming_Info/intro_to_ppc/ppc4_runtime4.html
    PowerPC TOC explained. Good
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/techsupport/insidemac/PPCSoftware/PPCSoftware-15.html
    Inside Macintosh, The PowerPC Native Environment, TOC etc.
    http://www.national.com/design/
    Search for information on selected part numbers. National Semiconductor
    http://www.sel.noaa.gov/planetary_k.html
    URL is broken now. planetary K-index. For predicting/following possibilty of seeing auroras/northern lights
    http://www.metamage.com/aea/
    AOEM class library. Site was down as of 1997-05-15
    http://www.ultranet.com/~psichel/
    Tools for monitoring TCP/IP networks. Includes IPNetMonitor and OT Advanced Tuner
    http://home.t-online.de/home/mascom/
    MasCom. Analysenger&auml;te Service GmbH
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/beginning/applescript.html
    Improved explanation of how to use AppleScript in Frontier
    http://www.spies.com/greg/tools.html
    EvenBetterBusError. Author: Greg Marriott
    http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/
    List of USENET FAQs, not sorted by newsgroup, but in one long list
    http://www.seapine.com/qclinks.html
    Macintosh Testing and Quality Control Tools. ALOL (Annotated List of links). Includes: The Debugger, Spotlight, VOODOO, EtherPeek, SoftPolish, EvenBetterBusError
    http://www.lirmm.fr/~gutkneco/maclynx/maclynx_beta1.sit.hqx
    Lynx for Macintosh - the text-based Web browser
    http://www-swiss.ai.mit.edu/philg/research/shame-and-war-revisited.html
    "Shame and War Revisited". Critique of HTML.
    http://www.siteparc.fr/fgranger/fbfaq/index.html-ssi
    Frontier beginner FAQ page
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/prelude.html
    Rhapsody self-support site
    http://software.ora.com/techsupport/specs.html
    List of links with specifications related to WWW development. Includes: WSAPI, HTTP/1.0 (RFC 1945), HTML Tables, Form-based File Upload in HTML, HTTP Server Status codes, Web-Related Security Specifications
    http://kuhttp.cc.ukans.edu/info/forms/forms-intro.html
    Explains all sides of WWW forms: HTML tags, server/CGI interaction, browser/server interaction; including low level: POST /cgi-bin/post-query HTTP/1.0 <C> Content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded. Describes differences between GET and POST for form submit; GET = 'values of the form variables are sent as part of the URL' and application/x-www-form-urlencoded. Good
    http://www.stars.com/Vlib/
    The Virtual Library of WWW Development. Includes forms, MIME, validation,
    http://www.linear.com/cgi-bin/database?function=elementinhtml&filename=AppNote.html&name=AppNotes&num=25
    LT1070 Design Manual June 1986 (switching regulator)
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/LocalInfo/phonebook.html
    EMBL Phonebook
    http://www.idot.aol.com/preferredmail/
    List of spammers (a.k.a. senders of unsolicited commercial e-mail)
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/admin/frontierCentralList.html
    Frontier-Central mailing list. Link to searchable archive. Windows as well as Macintosh platforms. Started 1997-04 ?
    http://www.macfixit.com/
    MacFixIt. Includes detailed reports of problems (and sometimes solutions) with recently released software, e.g. Internet Explorer for Macintosh
    http://charlotte.acns.nwu.edu/jln/wwdc97.html
    John Norstad's WWDC report
    http://www2.opendoor.com/asip/
    AppleShare IP Server Central Registry. afp://...
    http://www.tdv.com/html/recycler_index.html
    Unpublished works of Douglas Adams, author of "Hitchhiker's Guide to Galaxy"
    http://www-personal.umd.umich.edu/~nhughes/dna/
    The Douglas Adams Worship Page
    http://rhf.bradley.edu/~beblbrox/
    The Zaphod Beeblebrox Home Page (Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy)
    http://www.vogon.com/guide/
    Vogon Heavy Industries. The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy Ver2.2. Unfortunately it requires the f*c*ng frames
    http://asylum.cid.com/hhgttg/hhgttg.html
    Links related to the Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy
    http://www.afep.cornell.edu/serial/main.html
    Interfacing a Mac Serial Port to RS-232 Lab Equipment. Includes case for interfacing to Generic PC Clone
    http://www.chips.ibm.com/products/ppc/DataSheets/sheets.html
    601, 602, 603, 603e, 604, 604e and 620 PowerPC Microprocessor. Includes integer and floating point benchmarks
    http://www.znd.net/inphase/yaaf.htm
    YAAF: Yet Another Application Framework. Target platforms: Macintosh and Microsoft Windows. The author invites contributions/collaboration to the framework
    http://webcrawler.com/WebCrawler/Facts/Servers.html
    WWW server platform and by server. WebStar at 5 percent
    http://www.starnine.com/development/extendingwebstar.html
    List of WebSTAR plug-ins
    http://www.solutions.apple.com/ListAdmin/
    List of Apple mailing lists. Includes Apple-Internet-Users (Client Internet tools), AppleshareIP,
    http://www.roepcke.com/products/dynauthor/
    dynAuthor. Remotely edit items in the Frontier database, render Web pages, save, etc.
    http://www.netscapeworld.com/netscapeworld/nw-05-1997/nw-05-js12.html
    JavaScript 1.2. Recommendations: comment out the code, use of SCRIPT to indicate Javascript version, preload images etc in HEAD section. List of references to JavaScript documents on Netscape's site
    http://www.sdr.de/radio/sdr1/buecherbar/index.html
    SDR1, Bucherbar. Includes the list of books from the program
    http://www.daileyint.com/hmdpc/repair.htm
    The Hand-Me-Down PC. Detaile description of a PCs components, including quality, trouble-shooting
    http://www.csn.net/~felbel/jmemail.html
    Spam information. Good information and good references to other pages. Includes Cracking Forged Headers, use of traceroute (public servers are availalble) to pinpoint origin, . Very good
    http://info.med.yale.edu/caim/manual/contents.html
    Yale Web Style Guide. Good
    http://www.cyrusoft.com/mulberry/mulbinfo.html
    Mulberry, a MIME capable mail program. Uses IMAP. IMAP include: Usenet News can be fed into a shared folder and read as email
    http://www.latenightsw.com/scriptweb-announce/
    Recent ScriptWeb-announce News
    http://www.cyrusoft.com/imap/imapCool.html
    IMAP explained
    http://www.cyrusoft.com/imap/imapFacts.html
    IMAP information.
    http://www.smartbiz.com/sbs/arts/jrg1.htm
    "27 ways to strengthen customer loyalty"
    http://www.pbio.com/
    PerSeptive Biosystems. Makes TOF mass spectrometer. Molbio.
    http://www.pbio.com/analysis/analprod.htm
    Description of some TOF mass spectrometers from PerSeptive Biosystems. Molbio.
    http://bahn.hafas.de/bin/db.s97/detect.exe/bin/db.s97/query.exe/d?
    Train schedules, search form. Did not work with Internet Explorer.
    http://bahn.hafas.de/english.html
    The above in the English language
    http://www.siteparc.fr/fgranger/fbfaq/
    Frontier beginners FAQ
    http://www.ultranet.com/~psichel/tuner_demo/readme.html
    Description of OT Advanced Tuner
    http://www.connectix.com/connect/files/SD203U.sea.hqx
    Speed Doubler 2.0.3 Updater
    http://www.connectix.com/connect/files/SD133U.sit.hqx
    Speed Doubler 1.3.3 Updater
    http://www.infoworld.com/cgi-bin/displayStory.pl?97066.eapplescript.htm
    News that Apple will implement AppleScript for Rhapsody. Hurray!
    http://www.odi.com/Products/pse/psej.html
    ObjectStore PSE for Java
    http://www2.gol.com/users/filsa/frontier/tips/index.html
    Tip Center. Help system for Userland Software's Frontier. Frontier. Unfortunately the Tip Center relies on JavaScript
    http://www.documentation.com/applescript/applescript.html
    Searchable archives of various AppleScript related mailing lists
    http://www4.zdnet.com/macuser/mu_0897/firstlook/apple.html
    Preview of MacOS 8. The beta version is more stable than 7.6.1.....
    http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Addressing/rfc1738.txt
    URL specs. news:, ftp:// ,http://, etc.
    http://www.mcsr.olemiss.edu/~mudws/font.html
    "What's wrong with the FONT tag?"
    http://www.danops.dk/carl_nielsen_museum.html
    Carl Nielsen Museum. Danish composer. Lived in the Center of The Universe. Odense.
    http://www.danops.dk/museum_home.html
    Museums in Denmark
    http://194.25.15.226/msdownload/ie3/mac/Ie301jva.hqx
    Java for Microsoft Internet Explorer. German mirror. Slow
    http://mssjus1.www.conxion.com/msdownload/ie3/mac/Ie301jva.hqx
    Java for Microsoft Internet Explorer. Faster. 1895845 bytes
    http://java.sun.com:80/docs/books/chanlee/JavaClassLibExamples.tar.Z
    Code examples for "The Java Class Libraries: An Annotated Reference"
    http://java.sun.com:80/products/jdk/1.1/compatible/index.html
    Writing compatible Java programs. 1.0.2 versus 1.1 API. This document is only programs that use the new 1.1 API
    http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.0.2/
    Documentation for 1.0 Java: API, Java Language Specification, example code, development tools
    http://www.neomorphic.com/products/marim.html
    Use of Marimba/Push for collaboration in molecular biology. Molbio.
    http://www.warsitz-enterprises.com/
    The Hydrogen Lifestyle Company!. About renewable, non-polluting fuel. Is it a joke or what?
    http://applejava.apple.com/text/prerelease.html
    Prerelease version of MRJ (Macintosh Runtime for Java) version 1.5 - with JIT compiler
    http://www-acs.ucsd.edu/~jstrout/macdev/
    UrlPane. For live URL from e.g. an About box. Compatible with any C++ framework. Under "Pane Classes"
    http://www.warwick.ac.uk/~corbe/MacZoop/MacZoop.html
    MacZoop. C++ Framework. Includes good progress bar source code. C++.
    http://www.interlog.com/~wateredg
    SuperCDEFs. Includes: Thermometer. Progress bars (?)
    http://www.bok.net/~tristan/MPEG/audio.html
    MPEG.org site. Video, audio, long ALOLs (annotated lists of links)
    http://www.chemistry.gatech.edu/stms/
    Home page for the USENET group sci.techniques.mass-spec. Includes archives by topic, Molbio.
    http://www.chemistry.gatech.edu/stms/links.html
    Mass Spectrometry Links. Molbio.
    http://www.camsci.com/others/shareware/mfcalc.html
    Link is effectively broken now, redirected to a spam-like site. Molecular Fragment Calculator. For Mac and Windows. Molbio.
    http://www.scicentral.com/
    Over 50,000 scientific sites. IP-address: 209.25.21.210. Site did not work as of 1997-06-19T01:30:00Z+2. For scientists and engineers.
    http://ng.netgate.net/~snowcat/BoilOut.html
    BoilOut, a Breakout game written in Java. Good for testing performance of Java implementations
    http://www.fwb.com/ts/hdt/hdt_support.html
    List of supported devices in HDT
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/~toldo/JaMBW/2/3/
    DNA -> Protein translator. Java. Only one frame. Has bug: does not translate the last 3 nucleotides to an amino-acid. Still not fixed as of 1997-07-09. Still not fixed as of 1997-09-22. Molbio.
    http://www.mainevent.com/
    Main Event; vendor oScripter version 2.0f
    http://www.acmetech.com/images/acme/files/mondo/MondoMail.hqx
    MondoMail 1.1.3. Scriptable SMTP Mail Daemon. 110653 bytes
    http://www.acmetech.com/images/acme/files/freebies/MessageWin.hqx
    Message Window is a small, scriptable application. Post text messages while scripts are running; dump debugging data, display status messages. 204647 bytes
    http://www.acmetech.com/files/mondo/MondoMailProFC2.hqx
    MondoMail Pro 2.0. Mime-compliant, Scriptable Email Application for Tango, AppleScript, FileMaker Pro. Shareware version. 124661 bytes
    http://home.netscape.com/comprod/products/communicator/guide.html
    Release notes for Netscape Navigator 4.01. Says Java applets load and runs faster, but says nothing about stability. Claims: "Memory usage has been greatly reduced on the Macintosh platform"
    http://home.netscape.com/eng/mozilla/4.01/relnotes/mac-4.01.html
    Release notes for Netscape Communicator 4.01 for all Macintosh platforms. Directly invites bug reports
    http://www.stairways.com/rumormill/index.html
    RumorMill, a NNTP server for Macintosh
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Heights/3110/telnet.html
    BetterTelnet, telnet application; supposed to be better than NCSA Telnet
    http://www.microsoft.com/kb/softlib/mslfiles/MSCDX223.EXE
    Latest version of MSCDEXE.EXE; CD-ROM driver for PCs
    http://www4.zdnet.com/macuser/mu_0897/netuser/frontier.html
    MacUser article about Frontier. Includes: description application/Frontier.root files, CLEAR walk-through of creating Web-site from scratch
    http://java.sun.com:80/docs/books/tutorial/ui/components/index.html
    How to use component in AWT (Java)
    http://www.house.gov/Constitution/Constitution.html
    The United States Constitution
    http://pclt.cis.yale.edu/pclt/java/default.htm
    Java tutorial. Good. Includes: interfaces,
    http://pclt.cis.yale.edu/pclt/webapp/http.htm
    Description of the HTTP protocol. Good. Broken link now.
    http://appleshareip.apple.com/appleshareip/text/techinfo.html
    AppleShare IP. Information about the maximum number of shared volumes
    http://pclt.cis.yale.edu/pclt/COMM/ETHER.HTM
    Description of Ethernet
    http://www.gamelan.com/pages/Gamelan.educational.biology.html
    Java applets for biology. Includes: viewing DNA secondary structure, "Codon table", Toldo's JaMBW, map of fruit fly genes. Molbio.
    http://sk8.research.apple.com/sk8/sk8.html
    SK8 an meta-tool, athouring tool, rapid prototyping. Mature; 7 years old. This tool can be downloaded. Generates AppleGuide, HTML, Java. Examples of products: Circuit Simulator (build and simulate electronic circuits), Gravitas (simulate gravity; e.g. Earth/Sun system). Referenced from http://trp.research.apple.com/OEM/, Object Economy Model which includes Apache Webserver and MkLinux
    http://www.saracen.com/ajp1.html
    Macintosh religion. Subjective. Includes: comparison of Mac and Windows NT 4.0
    http://sunsite.auc.dk/mars/default.html
    North European mirror of NASA's Mars Pathfinder mission page. Still in English !
    http://www.acmetech.com/diana/
    Diana's Learning Links have moved...
    http://www.acmetech.com/MondoMail.html
    Good overview of MondoMail. Includes: why it was written....
    http://ps.superb.net/FAQ/
    FAQ Finder. Unfortunately it uses frames. It could not find a FAQ given the keyword "Java". Bad. The list of FAQs is not very extensive
    http://www.upstage.com/
    Virtual Theatre. Classical Plays
    http://www.global.hosting.ibm.com/
    World fact book. Very detailed information about each country in the world - e.g. http://www.odci.gov/cia/publications/nsolo/factbook/da.htm. Include maps too, but only major cities are shown - no roads, height curves, etc.. Good
    http://mapweb.parc.xerox.com/map
    Xerox PARC Map Viewer. Look at any part of the Earth given coordinates or by point-click-click on maps. Zoom in/out. The maps are generated from a database. Good. Very good
    http://www.civeng.carleton.ca/cgi-bin/quakes/
    Recent Global Earthquakes. Uses the map viewer described above for allowing to zoom in on the origin of the earth-quake
    http://www.geo.mtu.edu/weather/aurora/
    The Aurora Page - alias "Northern Lights". Information, latest news, pictures. Good. Astro.
    http://www.technosphere.org.uk/
    Techno Sphere. Create your own virtual life form (creature) and set it free... E-mail will send with reports on the life of your creature. The creature "Mirror": ID = 213043. Password = 0Y1V7XU7. Another ID: 214294, "Spacetumbula", password: U6J1YVTH. Good
    http://space.rice.edu/hmns/dlt/videosched.html
    live broadcast of the Mars Pathfinder Landing. Cu-SeeMe audience
    http://www.cu-seeme.com/cu-demo-request.html
    CU-SeeMe Demo for Macintosh. Serial number: DCBE00100Z6T2HCC.
    http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de/MassSpec/Java/PPGrinder/PPGrinder.html
    Java applet for mass calculations. Protein/peptide masses. Average/ monoisotopic. Protonated/neutral. Molbio.
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/ExternalInfo/ScientificProgrammes/Biochem.html
    Biochemical Instrumentation at EMBL. Hard to find!. Path: "Scientific Reports" -> "Programme Summaries and Research Reports from the Main Laboratory in Heidelberg" -> "Biochemical Instrumentation"
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/ExternalInfo/ScientificProgrammes/AlphaList.html
    List of EMBL Research Group Home Pages. Hard to find!. Path: "Scientific Reports" -> "Programme Summaries and Research Reports from the Main Laboratory in Heidelberg" -> "A list of research groups with home pages" (at the bottom of the page). Includes link to http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/ExternalInfo/mann/index.html
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/ExternalInfo/PhdProgramme/PhD2Mann.html
    Picture of the Protein and Peptide Group's members. (Mann). Path: "EMBL's International Ph.D. Programme" -> "Biochemical Instrumentation" -> "Matthias Mann", bottom of the page....
    http://www.wimbledon.org
    Wimbledon tennis tournament
    http://www.wimbledon.org/score/mip/en/mip.shtml
    Current score at Wimbledon. Includes snapshots from TV transmission
    http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/mars/video/online7-6.html
    Overview of Internet services for July 6/9 Mars Pathfinder touchdown. Includes video, audio, audio-conference, snapshot GIFs from TV broadcast updated every minute. Time: Sunday, 20.00-22.00 Middle European Summertime, 1997-07-06
    http://strobe.weeg.uiowa.edu/~edhill/public/webpluck/
    "NewsTracker for the masses written in perl". Understanding of regular expressions necessary. Like a customized My Yahoo. Does it require UNIX/Linux to run?
    http://www.astro.cf.ac.uk/groups/relativity/papers/abstracts/miguel94a.html
    The Warp Drive: Hyper-Fast Travel Within General Relativity. A joke?
    http://barsoom.msss.com/education/facepage/face.html
    Links to the 5 pictures of the Face on Mars. In GIF format
    http://www.psrw.com/~markc/Other/moon/moon.html
    Lunar anomalies
    http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/Other_Groups/PAO/warp.htm
    Another Warp drive page
    http://mars.eso.org/default.html
    German mirror for Mars Pathfinder video. Referenced from http://www.cnn.com/TECH/9707/04/pathfinder.lands/pathfinder.mirrors.html
    http://mars.eso.org/ops/av.html
    Links to sites with Mars Pathfinder Live Video and Audio from NASA Select TV. Invites reflectors! Uses VOSAIC Java TV. Requires at least 28.8 Kb and a JIT Java compiler
    http://www.vosaic.de/JPL/mpfaudio.html
    Warning: connecting to this page freezes Internet Explorer 3.01 for Macintosh (68K) because of a Java applet. Turning off Java before loading this page will prevent the freeze...... Audio for Mars Pathfinder. German mirror. Contains references to other German reflectors: Die Zeit; http://www.zeit.de/, Rheinische Post; http://www.rp-online.de/JPL/. Slow response
    http://www.vosaic.de/JPL/mpfvideo.html
    Video for Mars Pathfinder. German mirror
    http://www.macfaq.com/
    Mentioned in .net issue 34, July 1997. Includes FAQ lists. Does not seem to be up-to-date. For instance to latest change to the main page is April 1997
    http://www.scripting.com/davenet/stories/docSearlsBillGates.html
    About Microsoft. "Microsoft has done far more to create and serve these markets than to control them. And it wouldn't have succeeded without help from two other parties: developers and customers. There isn't a software company with better developer and customer relations than Microsoft. Or one that gets less credit for it. Last summer at a computer industry retreat I suggested that the secret to Microsoft's success is that it doesn't treat its users as "consumers," but rather as customers whose input is necessary for constant improvement of the company's products and services" and "A Microsoft executive told me afterward that this was the first time he had heard Microsoft credited with the worst-kept secret in the business. "If anything, we do customer service to a fault," he said. "There's hardly a feature in Word that some user didn't ask for." A little later, an Apple executive told me that his company's attitude was quite the opposite. " Right on! (sorry, that was an oppinion...)
    http://www.microsoft.com/hwtest
    Microsoft NT Hardware Compatibility List
    http://mpfwww.arc.nasa.gov/ops/other.html
    Pictures from Mars....
    http://www.cnn.com/TECH/9707/04/t_t/exploravision/video.html
    Can be used for testing Vxtreme video
    http://www.cnn.com/TECH/9706/pathfinder/multiplex/vxtreme/pathfinder.html
    Mars Pathfinder video from CNN. Uses Vxtreme video
    http://download.cnn.com/vxtreme/
    List of plug-ins for Vxtreme Web Theater
    http://download.cnn.com/vxtreme/WT2.0b3ClientMac.sea.hqx
    Vxtreme Web Theater Client. For viewing Mars Pathfinder video. Power Macintosh client. Streaming video. A plug-in for Netscape and Explorer. Does not work with Netscape Communicator. 2024510 bytes
    http://shuttle.nasa.gov/ntv/schedule.html
    NASA television schedule
    http://128.122.10.5/javautilities/contents.htm
    Link is broken now. "Java Utilities for Mass Spectrometry". It is based on JavaScript, not Java. Includes peptide mass calculator. Molbio.
    http://www.cnn.com/TECH/9706/pathfinder/multiplex/live/nasatv.html
    NAVA TV. Live: NASA television schedule. From CNN. Uses Vxtreme video
    http://www.roaster.com/news/
    Roasted Java News. News about Java. Good
    http://www8.zdnet.com/pcweek/news/0707/07java.html
    About Java Foundation Classes (JFC). JFC will have cut, copy and paste !
    http://www.phc.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/Arbeitstagung/Links.html
    References and annotates PeptideSearch/WWW. Molbio.
    http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de/Development/ImplementAppleScript.html
    Example code and documentation for implementing/support AppleScript in your Macintosh application
    http://oasis.bellevue.k12.wa.us/cheeseb/links/otherlinks.html
    Refers to my page "Implement AppleScript support in your Macintosh application". Part of links page for the AppleScript Scourcebook by Bill Cheeseman
    http://www.letour.fr/
    Official Tour De France site. Points to http://www.letour.com/tour97us/, which was quite slow of 1997-07-15T11:15:00Z+2; could be general Internet problem
    http://www.seds.org/spaceviews/pathfinder/index.html
    News from Mars Pathfinder. Good
    http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/user/anderson/vrml/
    Alpha ExpressVR R5, A VRML Netscape plugin for Macintosh
    http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~brada/Ra5-604.sea.hqx
    Alpha ExpressVR R5
    http://www.webdog.com/vr.html
    webdog's Virtual Reality. List of browsers and plug-ins for viewing VR. Includes plug-ins for Macintosh browsers (ExpressVR, Live3D, The Palace, Project X, QuickDraw 3D - VRML 2.0, Sizzler, Voyager, VRML Equinox)
    http://www.natural-innovations.com/as/snippets.html
    AppleScript code snippets, mostly scripting the Finder. Good. Was http://www.natural-innovations.com/boo/as-snippets.html
    http://www.socialeng.com/html/qpq2.html
    Quid Pro Quo 2.0
    http://support.info.apple.com/tso/troubleshooting/index.html
    Macintosh Troubleshooting. From Apple !!!!!
    http://www.esperance.com/apple-flavored-unix/
    Apple Flavored UNIX/Linux. List of 9 different UNIX/Linux'es for Macintosh hardware. Includes 3 with UNIX/Linux in its name and 2 with BSD
    http://www.scripting.com/dwiner/OutlinersProgramming.html
    Dave Winer history (technical). About outliners. Frontier.
    http://www.microsoft.com/management/wsh.htm
    Announcement of "Windows Host Scripting" - WSH Run Visual Basic and JavaScript natively within the base Operating System. Free download.
    http://www.microsoft.com/management/scrpthost.htm
    Whitepaper: Windows Scripting Host - WSH. A Universal Scripting Host for Scripting Languages
    http://www.microsoft.com/management/wshobj.htm
    WSH. Information for Developers: Windows Script Host Object Model
    http://java.sun.com/jdc
    JFC - Java Foundation Classes
    http://www.cnn.com/TECH/9706/pathfinder/coverage/index.html
    CNN Mars Pathfinder coverage. Sorted by date
    http://world.std.com/~uieweb
    Book "Links on the World Wide Web", chapter 3. Describes result of actual usability testing of specific sites. Advertisement for the book?
    http://www.pgp.com/newsroom/prel38.cgi
    PGPfreeware Version 5.0
    http://www.farallon.com/download/tb2macdl.html
    Download page for Timbuktu demos for Macintosh
    http://mars.graham.com/wits/
    Mars Pathfinder. WITS Castanet Channel - Web Interface for Telescience rover simulation system for the Mars Pathfinder Sojourner rover
    http://www.stepwise.com/
    Stepwise NEXTSTEP/OpenStep Server. Includes: Industry gossip, WWDC'97 Coverage
    http://www.stepwise.com/SpecialCoverage/WWDC97/Progress_Made.html
    Progress for Rhapsody from 1997-02 to 1997-05
    http://www.pixelp.co.uk/wpdesign/wpdintro.htm
    "Web page design for designers". The site has won a prize, but it is not readable with the black letters on the dark blue background with black lines!!!! :-( Bad.
    http://www.aladdinsys.com/support/infobot.html
    Customer Support for Aladdin products, including StuffIt. Uses E-mail to send information. Mention BinHex bug with StuffIt Lite. ZZZZZinfo@aladdinsys.com. binhexbug, stuffit
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/cgi/personalwwwnews
    Personal WWW Home Pages of EMBL-Heidelberg Scientists and Employees. Hard to find!. Path: "General Information about EMBL" -> "Personal WWW Home Pages"
    http://www.letour.fr/tour97us/july22/
    Tour De France, stage 16. Fribourg, Switzerland; not Freiburg, Germany
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/8806/Java.html
    Magnum. Creates inheritance diagram for COMPILED code. Requires JDK 1.1. Java. This page also describes DilbertDirect
    http://www.javology.com/javology/JuneJuly97/BreakingNews/July/WebServerLoads_071697.html
    Java Web Server 1.0
    http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/9505/
    The Danish International Soccer Squad. Includes table and results of all matches in the qualifying group for VM in France 1998 - http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/9505/table.html, FIFA's ranking (Denmark is currently number 3 after Brazil and Spain, but before Germany, Netherlands and England) - http://www.fifa.com/fifa/media/current.ranking.html
    http://www.mot.com/SPS/PowerPC/library/technical_papers/performance/libmoto/libmoto_perf.html
    Benchmarks for LibMoto - Motorola's library for speeding up sin, cos, log, sqrt, memcpy, strlen, strcmp, etc. strcmp is 4 times faster
    http://www.cs.uiowa.edu/~clay/TCL_Archive.html
    New location of TCL Archive
    http://www.webintosh.com/features/jvm.shtml
    Comparison of Macintosh JVM's (Java virtual machines). Compares 13 different JVM's. Includes: Netscape's JVM is behind Apple's and Microsoft's (Netscape are not in any way committed to either quality or the Macintosh - again my opinion). Mentions stability, but underestimate the real issues - lot of applets on Webpages cause crashes (in my opinion)
    http://www.execulink.com/~rrwood
    Latest version of rnMac - an offline newsreader for Macintosh: http://www.execulink.com/~rrwood/rnMac.v2.0d17.cpt.bin
    http://www.grove.net/~tkelso/
    NORAD two-line element sets. Satellites. Astro
    http://www.germany.net
    No longer exists. Borland Online. User: mortensen Password: hdlk81
    http://www.seds.org/billa/astrosoftware.html
    List of planetarium and sky simulation programs. US$ 25-159. For Macintosh, Windows, OS/2, and X-Windows. Astronomy
    http://www.best.com/~akkana/sky.shtml
    Java Star Chart. Astronomy. Astro.
    http://www.sjmercury.com/business/java/java071997.htm
    About Java: Also includes good description of standards that failed: UNIX/Linux, OpenDoc, OSI, Taligent, Good
    http://www.scruznet.com/~crawford/Madness/
    Account of being manic depressive. Good
    http://www.be.com/aboutbe/pressreleases/97-07-16_MagDistrib.html
    List of magazines that will bundle the BeOS Preview Release of BeOS, including the German magazine MACup
    http://www.webcom.com/~working/webehere.html
    Spellswell for the BeOS. (Spellswell: Word Services Apple Event Suite speller). Uses BMessages for interapplication communication
    http://www.pgp.com/newsroom/prel38.cgi
    PGPfreeware 5.0. For Windows 95, Windows NT 4.0 and Macintosh
    http://devworld.apple.com/ngs/lpp/adrpub/docs/con/porting.shtml
    "Porting Windows Applications to the Macintosh: A Technical Brief". Apple Events/DDE.
    http://devworld.apple.com/ngs/lpp/adrpub/docs/mkt/informed/appledirections/ad_back_issues.html
    Back issues. Older issues (earlier than august 1996) are now only available as PDF files. Bad
    http://www.seas.smu.edu/~msmith/
    List of software engineering related links. Includes: link to European Software Institute (ESI),
    http://www.quality.org//
    List of Quality related sites. Includes: Dilbert,
    http://www.quality.org//lists/sw-cleanroom.info.txt
    Cleanroom Software Engineering explained (?). Not a sort of reverse-engineering
    http://www.unitedmedia.com/comics/dilbert/
    The Dilbert Zone
    http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/9505/
    The Danish International Soccer Squad. Includes table and results of all matches in the qualifying group for VM in France 1998 - http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/9505/table.html, FIFA's ranking (Denmark is currently number 3 after Brazil and Spain, but before Germany, Netherlands and England) - http://www.fifa.com/fifa/media/current.ranking.html
    http://www.mot.com/SPS/PowerPC/library/technical_papers/performance/libmoto/libmoto_perf.html
    Benchmarks for LibMoto - Motorola's library for speeding up sin, cos, log, sqrt, memcpy, strlen, strcmp, etc. strcmp is 4 times faster
    http://www.cs.uiowa.edu/~clay/TCL_Archive.html
    New location of TCL Archive. The URL was not active as of 1997-07-18
    http://www.webintosh.com/features/jvm.shtml
    Comparison of Macintosh JVM's (Java virtual machines). Compares 13 different JVM's. Includes: Netscape's JVM is behind Apple's and Microsoft's (Netscape are not in any way committed to either quality or the Macintosh - again my opinion). Mentions stability, but underestimate the real issues - lot of applets on Webpages cause crashes (in my opinion)
    http://www.execulink.com/~rrwood
    Latest version of rnMac - an offline newsreader for Macintosh: http://www.execulink.com/~rrwood/rnMac.v2.0d17.cpt.bin
    http://www.grove.net/~tkelso/
    NORAD two-line element sets. Satellites. Astro
    http://www.germany.net
    No longer exists. Borland Online. User: mortensen Password: hdlk81
    http://www.seds.org/billa/astrosoftware.html
    List of planetarium and sky simulation programs. US$ 25-159. For Macintosh, Windows, OS/2, and X-Windows. Astronomy
    http://www.best.com/~akkana/sky.shtml
    Java Star Chart. Astronomy. Astro.
    http://www.nts.com/NTS/tbover.htm
    NTS TunnelBuilder. Point to Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) client for Windows 95, Windows 3.1, and Mac OS computers Secure (encrypted) tunneling of data over the InterNet. Uses Windows NT 4.0 as server. Clients: Macintosh and PCs. Can use PPP AppleTalk Control Protocol (RFC 1378)
    http://www.scripting.com/myHoo/
    List of important Frontier pages. Includes link to UCMD development
    http://cgi.scriptweb.com/osaxen/
    Annotated list of scripting additions. AppleScript
    http://wwdc.smgtv.net/
    WebCast from Apple's WWDC - WorldWide Developer Conference
    http://www8.zdnet.com/macweek/mw_1124/op_commentary.html
    Review of some tools to maintain a Macintosh Web server. Includes operations-maintenance tools : PowerKey Pro (hardware, recycling power) and PageSentry (software, send requests to a Web server to retrieve a page, "ping" any computer)
    http://www8.zdnet.com/macweek/mw_1124/sr_servers_side.html
    Description of WebSentinel; for password/user information for Macintosh Webservers
    http://www.penlabs.com/links.html
    <Really inside document at: #peptides>. References EMBL Protein and Peptide group. Molbio.
    http://cybergallery.nhm.ac.uk/
    References the Bare Bones HTML guide......
    http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/staff/drjackm/chemistry/chemlink/analytic/analyt12.html
    Long annotated list of mass spectrometry related links. Molbio.
    http://ch9000.chem.ncsu.edu/Exact_Mass.html
    List of exact masses. Accurate to 4 decimal places. Molbio.
    http://smac.ucsd.edu/cgi-bin/http_webster
    Hypertext Webster Gateway. Old URL: <http://work.ucsd.edu:5141/cgi-bin/http_webster>. Look-up/search in the Webster dictionary
    http://applescript.apple.com/applescript_overview/system8/OS8_index.html
    MacOS 8 and AppleScript. Mention AppleScript 1.1.2. Most of content is about the Finder and changed content/structure of the System Folder
    http://eagle.almaden.ibm.com/storage/oem/specs/specs.htm
    Jumper setttings for some IBM OEM drives like DFHS-3xxxx. Auto restart, etc.
    http://www.storage.ibm.com/storage/techsup/hddtech/dfhs/dfhsjum.htm
    Jumper settings for IBM OEM harddisk DFHS-S2F (2 Gb)
    http://devtools.apple.com/mrj/mrj_1.5_install.img.hqx
    MRJ 1.5 (MacOS Runtime for Java). From web-server. 5122731 bytes
    http://software.apple.com/mrj/mrj_1.5_install.img.hqx
    MRJ 1.5 (MacOS Runtime for Java). From web-server.
    http://altavista.digital.com/av/content/help_keywords.htm
    Alta Vista; Is broken now. - is it now at <http://www.altavista.com/av/content/help.htm>? Includes: how to find pages that link to a particular page or pages (link), how to find pages that has a word in a link - in the text part (anchor), how to find pages that has a word in a link - in the URL part (url). Examples: link:"PeterM", link:"Development/ImplementAppleScript"
    http://www.gy.com/www/dalist.htm
    Danish Software Related Homepage. My homepage is reference here!!
    http://med-amsa.bu.edu/Pharmacology/pharm.people/Lee/NewArchive.html
    My homepage is reference here!!
    http://www.mot.com/GSS/MCG/new/press_rel/pr970730.html
    CHRP computer from Motorola. "up to four times faster than any Macintosh system on the market today" !!
    http://www.engr.uvic.ca/~aschoorl/faq/
    HP48 FAQ (calculator)
    http://aa.usno.navy.mil/AA/data/
    <to be annotated>.
    http://aa.usno.navy.mil/AA/data/
    Moon phases, Sun/Moon rise/set and twilight. Unfortunately it is for USA only and location can not be specified precisely (precomputed tables ?)
    http://tycho.usno.navy.mil/sidereal.html
    Computes local apparent sidereal time. Astro. CGI driven
    http://wvi.com/~rberry/cookbook.htm
    The Cookbook CCD Camera Home Page. How to build your own CCD camera for astronomical use
    http://www.astropix.com/
    Astronomical image processing. Page only contains ftp type links, so it is very interactive. Author had an article in Sky&Telescope, July 1997, 112-117 . Astro.
    http://www.cat.nyu.edu/meyer/jasmin/
    Jasmin home page, Java byte assembler. Runs under JDK 1.0. Has been tested under Solaris and Windows 95. Companion to the book "Java Virtual Machine", by Jon Meyer and Troy Downing (O'Reilly). Includes: reference for all JVM instructions. 1 year old (1996)
    http://www.ora.com/catalog/javavm/
    "Java Virtual Machine", by Jon Meyer and Troy Downing (O'Reilly). Claimed in book: JVM book,errata, JDK 1.1 changes etc., but where is this information?
    http://www.blackdown.org/~kbs/hashjava.html
    Hashjava. Obfuscate class files (harder reverse engineer, but not impossible) and reduce size
    http://www.systemics.com/software/
    Systemics Cryptix library. Crypto og PGP software. For Perl and Java
    http://www.systemics.com/software/cryptix-perl/Cryptix-1.15.tar.gz
    Cryptix extensions for Perl. V1.15 fixes tests for SHA.
    http://www.systemics.com/software/pgp-perl/PGP-0.09.tar.gz
    PGP library for Perl. V0.09 fixes getKey to return an object on regular expression
    http://www.systemics.com/software/cryptix-java/index.html
    Crypto extensions for Java. Download page with links to Java classes, Java source, C-source for the native library and documentation
    http://www.acme.com/java/software/Package-Acme.Crypto.html
    Java packages. Includes crypto related package (this URL); includes Crc32hash. The other packages also look interesting
    http://www.baltimore.ie/jcrypto.htm
    J/Crypto. Commercial Java class library for Cryptography. Written 100 % in Java. Even obfuscates keys in memory by XOR'ing with a random number. Includes Multi-Precision Arithmetic library for thousands of digits precision. Uses Chinese Remainder Theorem to speed up RSA signing and encrypting by up to 10 times
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Heights/8298/
    Java Crypto software - from Kuala Lumpur! Uses native library, currently UNIX/Linux and Windows NT/95
    http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/~pgut001/cryptlib/index.html
    cryptlib. Source code included. Supports: Blowfish, CAST-128, DES, triple DES, IDEA, MDC/SHS, RC2, RC4, RC5, and SAFER/SAFER-SK, hash algorithms MD2, MD4, MD5, RIPEMD-160, and SHA, MAC algorithms HMAC-MD5 and HMAC-SHA1, and Diffie-Hellman, DSA, and RSA public-key encryption
    http://www.objectspace.com/toolkits/download/index.html
    C++ STL. Available on many platforms. Free !, but requires generation of installation key to be send by E-mail. Press release: http://www.objectspace.com/Press_Releases/Free-STL.html. Only for Win32s and different flavours of UNIX/Linux. No Macintosh, Win 3.1 or DOS support. The company sells other C++ libraries, http://www.objectspace.com/toolkits/, including: client/server, robust, multithreading, cross-platform distributed applications, Web content generation, portable interface to paths, files, and directories, portable interface for pipe communications (TCP/IP), complete cross-platform C++ encapsulation of TCP and UDP socket programming interfaces. serial number: mortensen@embl-heidelberg.de, installation key for Win32: z83900110ir0004abk000000d0000ot. C++.
    http://webnz.com/robert/cpp_site.html
    HUGE list of C++ links. Annotated. Includes: Ellemtel style guide, date and time classes, a lot to STL, netCDF, finite state machine, Crypto++, assertion checking. Good. C++.
    http://www.objectspace.com/
    Java Generic Library
    http://monet.uwaterloo.ca/blitz/
    Uses templates to let C++ programs compete with Fortran performance-wise. Uses expression templates technique, template metaprograms and Traits. In one example 3 to 20 times faster than a commercial library. C++.
    http://www.jeol.com/
    Web-site for JEOL USA (<EM>Chuck Martin</EM>). Is JEOL an abbrevation? If so, what? Nice example of using JavaScript. The buttons that the mouse is moved over are highlighted. Yet the page is still usable when Javascript is turned off or if the browser does not support it. Molbio.
    http://oasis.bellevue.k12.wa.us/cheeseb/products/applescript112.html
    Unofficial information for AppleScript 1.1.2. Includes changes to the Finder's AppleScript interface and new bugs introduced with 1.1.2. "Serious scripters will want to review all of their existing scripts to ensure that they run properly under Mac OS 8"
    http://www.cgi-resources.com/
    CGI resources. Includes code in AppleScript, C/C++, Perl, Tcl, UNIX/Linux Shell and Visual Basic, booklist and documentation. How to have CGI hosted remotely (on other servers). C++.
    http://www.javalobby.org/
    Java Developer's Lobby. Wants "Java to be truly portable, reliable, open, standard, bug-free and high-performance"
    http://www.astro.princeton.edu/BBOOK/STATUS/status.html
    Sloan digital sky survey. Described in Sky & Telescope August 1997 . Astro.
    http://pegasus.phast.umass.edu/
    2MASS. infrared sky survey. Wavelength: 2 Micron. Unfortunately this site uses frames
    http://www.astro.princeton.edu/~richmond/tass/tass.html
    The amateur sky survey. Network of backyard telescopes. Uses CCD drift scan cameras. Good example of how effective the Internet can be for collaborative work. Good. Astro.
    http://cba.phys.columbia.edu/
    Center for Backyard Astrophysics. Measures light curves of variable stars, especially cataclysmic variables. Network of observers include Lasse Jensen, Farum, Denmark. Old URL: <http://www.astro.columbia.edu/~cba/>. Astro.
    http://mars.planet.co.at/lag/astrometrica/astrometrica.html
    Powerful research-grade program for astrometry. Shareware. S&T August 1997.
    http://cfa-www.harvard.edu/cfa/ps/info/Astrometry.html
    How to start an astrometric program - comets and asteroids. Astro.
    http://www.dams.dk/
    Dansk Meteorologisk Selskab
    http://www.webguiden.dk/
    Danish WWW search tool. Uni-C. Warning: freezes Internet Explorer 3.01 for Macintosh, Quadra 700. (because of a Java applet ?)
    http://www.skypub.com/s_t/s_tlinks/net97sep.html
    Internet Links from Sky & Telescope, September 1997. Astro.
    http://www.skypub.com/s_t/s_tlinks/net97aug.html
    Internet Links from Sky & Telescope, August 1997. Astro.
    http://dmawww.epfl.ch/~steffen/nsbookm.html
    Daniel Steffen's Bookmarks. Most are to Mac, but also UNIX/xgi/LINUX links. BeOS. Not annotated. Includes link to "Software Development in the EMBL Protein and Peptide Group ".. Molbio.
    http://st-www.cs.uiuc.edu/users/patterns/patterns.html
    Patterns homepage. Patterns here are software design patterns, a.k.a. Design Patterns, Gamma et al. Includes tutorials, introductions, information about books, Patterns FAQ
    http://www.delorie.com/web/wpbcv.html
    Web Page Backward Compatibility Viewer. Check how a page will look on older browsers
    http://rad.hcf.jhu.edu/%7Emdcard/about_this_list.html
    MAC DOS Card Mailing List
    http://sunscript.sun.com/TclTkCore/8.0.html
    Tcl 9.0. For Macintosh, Windows and UNIX/Linux
    http://www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Information_and_Documentation/Data_Formats/HTML/Validation_and_Checkers/
    HTML checkers: Doctor HTML, WebLint, WebTechs HTML Validation Service, etc. URL is broken now - aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarg!!! Is new URL <http://dir.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Data_Formats/HTML/Validation_and_Checkers/>?
    http://server.exo.com/%7Eclover/p3/
    Utility with the functionality of UNIX/Linux grep, but with an attractive interface - Mac
    http://www.info-strategy.com/mst-off.html
    Stories about using Windows NT/96 (not favorable)
    http://www.macintouch.com/m8compat.html
    Mac OS 8 Compatibility page.
    http://astra.astro.ulg.ac.be/imaproc/engl/index.html
    new revolutionary image deconvolution technique. This document: real informatation is in the four links in section "4. Articles". Described in ESO's The Messenger, No. 88 - June 1997. "Deconvolution with Correct Sampling". P.Magain, F.Courbin and S. Sohy.
    http://www.lockergnome.com/
    Windows NT/95 E-Zine
    http://support.powercc.com/explained/archives/explained01.html
    Memory on Mac explained: RAM, VRAM, EDO, FPM, L2 Cache, Interleaving, PRAM, etc.
    http://locke.ccil.org:80/~esr/writings/cathedral-paper.html
    "The Cathedral and the Bazaar". About 2 different models of software development with geografically separate participants. The "bazaar" is used in the UNIX/Linux world. This paper is a history of how the author developed a program using the bazaar style. Good
    http://www.webreference.com/
    Webmaster nirvana. Includes catogorized information: What Makes a Great Web Site?,
    http://www.killersites.com/core.html
    "Creating Killer Web Sites". Best selling book. This site contains a fair amount of information, but it is not clear how it related to the book
    http://www.webreview.com/
    Web Review. News based site about Web design.
    http://www.cgi-resources.com/
    The CGI Resource Index. (already listed ?)
    http://www.xcom.it/cana/EAON/welcome.htm
    European Asteroidal Occultation Network. Astro
    http://www.sky.net/~robinson/iotandx.htm
    IOTA Master Index. Includes mapping sites - Etak. For occultation work. Astro. IOTA
    http://www.sky.net/~grazebob/index.html
    Reduction profiles of grazing occultations. Prediction and observing information. Astro.
    http://www.sky.net/~grazebob/occman.zip
    IOTA's draft observing manual. Astro.
    http://www.arcetri.asto.it/~luna/index.html
    AAO Lunar Occultations Homepage. On home page: The Fast InfraRred Photometer (FIRPO) for lunar Occultations (Arcetri/Heidelberg/Jena - note Heidelberg). Astro.
    http://www.objectspace.com/toolkits/
    C++<ToolKits> Homepage. Includes free toolkit, the ObjectSpace Standards<ToolKit> - a high-performance implementation of the ANSI/ISO Standard Template Library (STL), string, exception and utility classes. Claimed to be: "the most portable implementation of the core standards available today". (already listed ?). C++.
    http://www.objectspace.com/toolkits/supported_platforms.html
    Some operating systems and platforms
    http://www.windowware.com/winware/winbatch.html
    WinBatch. Gives all the power of the DOS batch language in Windows, and more. It is not clear if it is based a simulating user actions. 500 functions
    http://www.skypub.com/backyard/backyard.html
    Backyard Astronomy: Tips on Observing the Universe.
    http://www.skypub.com/testrept/testrept.shtml
    Sky and Telescope's test reports of astronomical equipment. Astro.
    http://www.skypub.com/testrept/st6.html
    Review of ST-6 (the CCD camera). Very favorable
    http://zebu.uoregon.edu/~mbartels/altaz/altaz.html
    Motorize astronomical telescope - Dobsonian. Detailed information, including microstepping of step motors, electronic diagrams. Astro.
    http://www.mtrl.toronto.on.ca/centres/bsd/astronomy/index.html
    Claims to have links to all amateur astronomy sites on the WWW. I can not confirm it.
    http://www.pism.com/chapt08/
    Good, short explanation of the HTTP protocol. Also: list of Macintosh Web servers.
    http://waymac.com/frames/search.html
    Find sites that use MacOS based web-servers
    http://www.catambay.com/pascal-central/scripting.html
    Paper on making Macintosh applications scriptable - AppleScript. Very good. The few code examples are in Pascal, but do not disturb
    http://www.nwlink.com/%7Elaurelj/faq.htm
    ISAPI Information (FAQ) - small. ISAPI: is the interface proposed by Microsoft as a faster alternative to CGI; compiled as DLLs that are loaded by the WWW service at startup. Is faster because programs are resident in memory (not an issue with Frontier)
    http://www.seasoft.be/wisapi.htm
    Short clear explanation of what ISAPI (Internet Server API) is.
    http://www.eckelobjects.com/javabook.html
    Download page for a downloadable book about Java, "Thinking in Java". Bruce Eckel. 600 pages. Mirrored at: ftp://ftp.imag.fr/archive/multimedia/doc/tjava9.pdf
    http://fcas.gsfc.nasa.gov/~xingfa/tutorial/cpprules.html
    HTML version of the Ellemtel style guide. C++
    http://www.be.com/support/updates/pr_update_2.html
    Update 2 to the BeOS Preview Release.
    http://www.linux.org/
    UNIX/Linux online
    http://www.skypub.com/news/news.html
    Sky and Telescope Weekly News Bulletin. Astro.
    http://www.objectspace.com/toolkits/documentation/stdusr/index.html
    Standards<ToolKit> User Guide - overview page. STL.
    http://www.objectspace.com/toolkits/documentation/stdref/index.html
    Standards<ToolKit> Reference Manual - overview page. STL.
    http://www.progsoc.uts.edu.au/~geldridg/frsd2/
    "Eiffel: Facilitating the Link between Software Engineering Practice and Formal Methods". Includes description of assertions, precondition and postcondition. (related to the Ariane 5 discussion on USENET, Disign By Contract - DBC)
    http://www.usopen.org/
    US Open tennis tournament. Hard to find using the search engines!!!
    http://www.iemmc.org/remove.html
    Spam remove, 1
    http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/galileo/sepo/fulldata.html
    List of images from Galileo (Jupiter and moons)
    http://www.xs4all.nl/~carlkop/totme.html
    About the total lunar eclipse, 1997-09-16. Astro.
    http://www.northernlight.com/
    New search engine. "AppleScript" -> notes.html in third position
    http://www.eudev.com/manual.htm
    Tornado 4.3. ISAPI for Visual Basic, Clarion, or any Windows application that can use an OCX - not just C/C++. US$ 49
    http://152.1.24.177/Teaching/appendicies/2300-appendixC-bib.html
    Comprehensive annotated list of links to Macintosh and general resources for Web site developmet. Really good annotation. Includes: iso8859-1 table - URL encoding, Spyglass's SDI, Summary of HTTP Error Codes. Good. URL-encode. URL encode/URL decode/URL-encode/URL-decode.
    http://www.w3.org/Protocols/HTTP/HTTP2.html
    Short description of HTTP protocol. Top level document with links to other parts. Includes: stateless, other transports than TCP/IP. Is this document obsolete?
    http://www.df.lth.se/~bengt/lunareclipse97.shtml
    Images from the 1997-09-16 total lunar eclipse
    http://www.hotwired.com/webmonkey/tools/97/37/page1.html
    Interview about Web usability. Focus on the user, not on making money. Good
    http://www.creativegood.com/help/c004.html
    How to Use AltaVista. It took a while before this site was recognised by DNS!. Creative Good. Good
    http://www.creativegood.com/help/index.html
    Index of columns from Creative Good. Includes: "Help Us Wake Up Netscape!", "Should You Get Netscape Communicator?",
    http://www.kali.net/non_js/welcome.html
    Play games over the Internet. Includes: Warcraft 2, Command & Conquer, Red Alert
    http://www.javadelphi.com/vbtrial.htm
    Visual Basic to Java conversion program. Demo available.
    http://business.tyler.wm.edu/mklinux/index.html
    JDK 1.1.3 for MkLinux, Linux-PMac, and LinuxPPC. Sun's HotJava 1.1 Beta 2 also available from this page
    http://www.rhein-neckar.de/~cetus/oo_libraries.html
    Includes list of 5 STL documents/sites
    http://www.xraylith.wisc.edu/~khan/software/stl/stl.html
    Mumit's STL Newbie guide
    http://www.sgi.com/Technology/STL/
    SGI's STL home page
    http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/jak/programming/cplusplus.html
    C++ page. Includes STL links, links to free implementations of STL, description of Lippman book: C++ Gems, description of Stroustrup's The C++ Language; the third edition,. C++.
    http://www.sgi.com/Technology/STL/stl_introduction.html
    Introduction to STL. SGI
    http://www.aw.com/cp/musser-saini.html
    Book: D.R. Musser and Atul Saini, STL Tutorial and Reference Guide: C++ Programming with the Standard Template Library, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1996. C++.
    http://www.cs.rpi.edu/~musser/stl.html
    STL. Includes 2 links to complete online STL documentation: Silicon Graphics Standard Template Library Programmer's Guide and The Dinkum C++ Library Reference. C++.
    http://www.dinkumware.com/htm_cpl/index.html
    Dinkum C/C++ Library Reference. Table of Contents page. STL. Includes section on how to use the Standard C++ library. C++.
    http://www.infosys.tuwien.ac.at/Research/Component/tutorial/prwmain.htm
    STL tutorial with solutions (Johannes Weidl). Table of contents page. Also available in Postscript format
    http://www.zone.org/eckel/crashcpp.htm
    Crash Course in C++ for C Programmers (Bruce Eckel). Much more than learning syntax. Includes: Data abstraction, intro and use of STL, exceptions, Clear. Good. C++.
    http://www.mathcs.sjsu.edu/faculty/horstman/safestl.html
    Safe STL. Builds/enhances STL by catching many typical STL programming errors at runtime and a few at compile time. Iterators are instrumented to be checked whenever they are used. Works better than a debugger or BoundsChecker. Lists the common errors! - with short code examples
    http://adc.gsfc.nasa.gov/adc/adc_other_media.html
    ADC CD-ROM, incl. link errata
    http://www.oup.co.uk/jnls/list/cabios/
    CABIOS - computer applications in biological sciences. The best journal on bioinformatics(?). Molbio.
    http://www.gsfc.nasa.gov/astro/fits/fits_home.html
    FITS, from FITS Support Office
    http://www.gsfc.nasa.gov/astro/fits/basics_info.html
    FITS Basics and Information. Now being phased out, go to http://www.gsfc.nasa.gov/astro/fits/fits_home.html instead
    http://msowww.anu.edu.au/computing/cookbook/node5.html
    a FITS primer
    http://www.gsfc.nasa.gov/astro/fits/xtension.html
    Registered Extensions to FITS
    http://fits.cv.nrao.edu/documents/documents.html
    FITS Documents, list of references to
    http://fits.cv.nrao.edu/
    FITS archive, references to documents, os-support, data, samples, tests, source code
    http://fits.cv.nrao.edu/traffic/scidataformats/faq.html
    Scientific Data Format Information FAQ, includes CDF
    http://fits.cv.nrao.edu/os-support/mac-os/faq.news
    Macintosh Image Processing
    http://www.dcs.ed.ac.uk/home/mxr/gfx/2d-hi.html
    2D Bitmap Specifications, including GIF, JPEG, BMP, FITS, Postscipt, PCX, TGA, TIFF
    http://adc.gsfc.nasa.gov/adc/whats_new.html
    News page. Includes reference to Macintosh application for viewing images and scientific data files: FITS, HDF, PDS, SAFF, TEXT, VICAR, GIF format, TIFF, PICT, BMP
    http://www.informatik.uni-konstanz.de/~kuehl/cpp/cppfaq.htm/const-correctness.html
    const correctness, C++. Includes: constEFred*Ep (constant object, variable pointer value), Fred*EconstEp (constant pointer, variable object), "constEFred*EconstEp (constant object AND constant pointer) Good. C++.
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/olecom/article3.htm
    Explanation of BSTR (long at the beginning for length, null terminated at the end). Is referenced from http://www.microsoft.com/devonly/tech/ole/olecom/cpp4vb.htm, "Extending Visual Basic with C++ DLLs". This document can be read purely for entertainment :-> Quote: "Stringwise, we are cursed to live in interesting times". C++.
    http://dxlc.com/solar/
    Solar activity. Daily
    http://www.sel.noaa.gov/today.html
    Solar activity. Daily
    http://134.147.107.1/docu/html/netscape/pushpull.html
    "An Exploration Of Dynamic Documents. Server push and client pull. Includes how to transfer to another documents in e.g. 20 seconds (head): <META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="12; URL=http://foo.bar/blatz.html">. Found with Alta Vista: seconds NEAR other NEAR document
    http://www.sunsite.auc.dk/DJUK/
    Danish Java Developers' Club
    http://sunsite.auc.dk/linux/
    UNIX/Linux Resources at SunSITE Denmark. Includes: Redhat, Debian
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/mdw/linux.html
    UNIX/Linux Documentation Project (LDP) Homepage. Also other UNIX/Linux links
    http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/pvosta/pcrbioc.htm
    Biocomputing and UNIX/Linux. Molbio.
    http://bima.astro.umd.edu/nemo/linuxastro/
    UNIX/Linux for science: astronomy, chemistry,
    http://hydra.tamu.edu/~baum/linuxlist.html
    UNIX/Linux Software for Scientists and Curious Layfolk. 800 links. Good annotations. Includes: that the GNU Fortran compiler was release, Motif clone called the Lesstif widget set, N-body simulation, (DIRECT). . Very good
    http://bima.astro.umd.edu/nemo/linuxastro/
    Astronomical Software on UNIX/Linux
    http://www.ssc.com/lg/issue21/lg_answer21.html
    <Really inside document at: #ftpd>. How to make ftpd work under UNIX/Linux - ls does not show anything. UNIX/Linux.
    http://www.ssc.com/lg/
    UNIX/Linux Gazette - an on-line WWW publication. Includes answer pages. Example: how to setup ftpd. Good
    http://www.boutell.com/lsm/lsmsubject.html
    UNIX/Linux software map. Mostly names of programs. Not annotated
    http://www.projectpluto.com
    Guide - planetarium program. Platform: DOS/Windows
    http://iraf.noao.edu/~ecdowney/
    Home page for Xephem; a planetarium program for UNIX/Linux*
    http://www.travelchannel.com/tfo/voyaback.htm
    Heidelberg and Neckar river. Bicycle
    http://www.gs.uni-heidelberg.de/hd_map.html
    Map of Heidelberg
    http://www.heidelberg.de/verkehrsverein/deutsch/stadtpln.html
    Map of Heidelberg. Very detailed
    http://www.scripting.com/gimme5/stories/welcome50a1.html
    Frontier 5.0a1
    http://www.mediafactoryinc.com/FAQ.html
    Answers the question: What is Rockridge extensions? (handle the long file names and deeply nested sun-directories frequently used in UNIX/Linux programs). But it does not go deeper than the definition. And High Sierra, ISO 9660 - ISO 9660 is the successor to the High Sierra standard. CD-ROM
    http://www.zbr.com/cd_rom_faq/faq_28.html
    References reference documents about Rockridge extensions. "The Rock Ridge extensions use some undefined fields in the ISO-9660 standard to allow full UNIX/Linux-like filenames, symbolic links, and deep directories". Available via E-mail and ftp. CD-ROM
    http://www.in.tu-clausthal.de/~lamers/amiga/CDROM.faq.eng
    "RRIP := Rock Ridge Interchange Protocol€, fully downward compatible to ISO 9660". CD-ROM
    http://www.flame.org/mlist/netbsd/netbsd-help/msg00200.shtml
    The dis-connection between Rockridge extensions and the file YMTRANS.FIL: "The ymtrans.tbl file has nothing to do with Rock Ridge extensions"
    http://www.conae.gov.ar/cdrom/sharew/internet-cd.txt
    "For systems that do not support the Rock Ridge extensions a translation table is provided in each directory (YMTRANS.TBL) which shows the original filename and the ISO-9660 alias"
    http://www.eiscat.no/~tony/updating_polar_image.html
    URL is broken now. Most Recent POLAR Auroral Image. From the NASA Polar satellite. Astro.
    http://www.qnx.com/iat/createdemo.html
    Create QNX demo on a floppy disk
    http://www.pgp.com/privacy/encrypt.cgi
    Pretty Good Privacy: Encryption Primer. It is all in the GIF!
    http://kandor.isi.edu/aliases/PowerPC_Programming_Info/intro_to_ppc/ppc5_porting6.html
    Performance Tuning for PowerPC/PowerMac. Includes: order of importance is 1) Mixed-Mode overhead - TickCount/WaitNextEvent 2) Optimized versus non-optimized PowerPC code - stack frames, instruction interleaving 3) Parameter passing issues - floating-point parameters last. Seems to be a mirrored Apple document
    http://kandor.isi.edu/aliases/PowerPC_Programming_Info/intro_to_ppc/ppc0_index.html
    "Programmer's Introduction to PowerPC". Seems to be a mirrored Apple document
    http://www.scriptweb.com/osaxen/math_commands.html
    OSAX (AppleScript Scripting Additions) for finding square root. Part of Math Commands OSAX. Auhtor: John W. Baxter
    http://www.infoworld.com/cgi-bin/displayTC.pl?/970915analysis.htm
    ... write or purchase an application once and it will run on any computer ... Java lives up to its claims of platform independence in most cases. ... ran on the majority of platforms but had problems running on the Macintosh, in particular. ... each vendor's implementation of the Java virtual machine (JVM) had a bearing on how well an application performed ... the Mac OS JVM failed to run all of the tests, indicating that there are still problems with Java.
    http://mgsw3.jpl.nasa.gov/status/reports/subscribe.html
    Status report for Mars Global Surveyor, subscribe to status reports. ZZZZZZZZmajordomo@mgsw3.jpl.nasa.gov, Mars Global Surveyor Status list unsubscribe mgs-status (body) or unsubscribe mgs-status <E-mail address>
    http://www.xraylith.wisc.edu/~khan/software/stl/os_examples/all-examples.html
    236 STL examples
    http://www.xraylith.wisc.edu/~khan/software/stl/os_examples/examples.html
    Short STL introduction. "... STL does not explicitly use the standard new() and delete() operators anywhere in the library. Instead, all STL containers use special objects called allocators to allocate and deallocate storage. Programmers can replace the standard allocator objects with their own ... you could add a custom allocator that grabs storage from an object-oriented database instead of from the heap". STL. C++.
    http://www.gl.umbc.edu/~dschmi1/cows/index.html
    <Really inside document at: #index>. Cows home page !! :-)
    http://www.kamprath.net/claireware/files/ProgramSwitcher.v440.sit.bin
    Program Switcher v4.4.0. 236416 bytes
    http://www.sun.com/sunworldonline/swol-10-1997/swol-10-perf.html
    Java profiler
    http://www.geocities.com/~jnews/
    Java news. News style.
    http://ww2.deneba.com/dazroot/softlibs/canvas5/sl_cv503/canvas503_updater.html
    Canvas 5.0.3 update
    http://www.macinfo.de/mb4.all.html
    Benchmarking of 131 different Macintosh systems for CPU, FPU, . Also includes 2 68K Macs. 8500/120 is not included
    http://www.amc.com/chipdir/chipdir.htm
    Chip directory
    http://www.w3.org/TR/WD-rdf-syntax-971002/
    RDF. XML
    http://bahn.hafas.de/bin/db.w97/detect.exe/bin/db.w97/query.exe/d?
    Train schedules, search form. October 1997 - May 1998
    http://www.frankfurt-airport.de/
    Franfurt Airport. Includes:
    http://www.idfcongress98.dk/front.htm
    25th International Dairy Congress 1998, September 21-27, Aarhus, Denmark. Linked from http://www.agnic.org/mtg/1998.html, September
    http://www.mad-cow.org/~tom/espy.html
    Interesting in-depth information and discussion about BSE, milk, beef in the US.
    http://www.scripting.com/gimme5/odb/
    Free object oriented database (ODB) engine. For Mac and Win32s. Frontier builds on this engine (=stable, fast, mature). Fast persistent storage system.
    http://europa.eu.int/index.htm
    EU - European Union. Old URL: http://www.cec.lu/
    http://oasis.bellevue.k12.wa.us/cheeseb/products/applescript112.html
    Real information about AppleScript 1.12, especially compatibility problems between the script interface for the MacOS8 and MacOS7 Finder
    http://oasis.bellevue.k12.wa.us/cheeseb/index.html
    An AppleScript page. By Bill Cheeseman
    http://www.netreach.net/people/leonardr/
    OSA Menu 1.1b4. Compatible with System 8's Finder. AppleScript
    http://www.netreach.net/people/leonardr/macbinary/macbinary_iii.html
    MacBinary III. Format for transferring data and resource fork of a Macintosh file as a byte stream (e.g. over a network)
    http://www.nmr.embl-heidelberg.de/grindrod/Images/gif/heidelberg/map/centre.gif
    Map of Heidelberg. 870 KB
    http://ev.west.ora.com/stuff/happydaveday/index.cfm
    Quotes from DaveNet. Demonstrates server push(?). Funny!
    http://service1.symantec.com/DISCUSS/SUPPORT/files.nsf/num?OpenView&Start=1&Count=30&Expand=1.2
    <Really inside document at: #1.2>. Updaters for Symantec tools, including Norton Utilities.
    http://www.wdn.com/ems/lists/vbasicv.htm
    Very long List of Visual Basic Components. Extract of the VBasic CD-ROM. Freeware, shareware and commercial. Includes "Waveform Spectrum Plot". Web-crawler search words: visual basic spectrum display
    http://phonebook.embl-heidelberg.de:4322/ProgramStatus
    Status of EMBL network services, filesystems e.g. /data/nrdb. Molbio.
    http://mug.welch.jhu.edu/mirrors/InfoAlley/0297/04/macos.html
    States that version 6.5.3 of MacsBug can be used with MacOS 7.6 (and MacOS 8.0), unless it gives problems with some newer PCI PowerMacintoshes
    http://www.ag-przybylski.chemie.uni-konstanz.de/usr/agprz/www/links.htm
    Mass spectrometry on the Internet. UniversitSt Konstanz. References our site, EMBL/MANN. Molbio.
    http://www.abbottsys.com/scor.html
    Low cost word-processor. Handles graphics, import ANY Mac file, search & replace. Price: US$ 29. Free demo available - time limited
    http://devtools.apple.com/mrj/mrj_1.5_install.img.hqx
    MRJ 1.5 (MacOS Runtime for Java). From web-server.
    http://software.apple.com/mrj/mrj_1.5_install.img.hqx
    MRJ 1.5 (MacOS Runtime for Java). From web-server.
    http://www.unl.edu/stc-95/ResTools/BioTools/biotools14.html
    URL is broken now, 2001-07-19. Protein ID Based On Physico-Chemical Data. Includes ANNOTATED list of Protein Identification based upon a Peptide Fragment Map where PepideSearch (mass search) is listed together with MassSearch, MOWSE, PepFrag, ProFound, MS-FIT. Molbio.
    http://prospector.ucsf.edu/htmlucsf/msedman.htm
    MS-Edman. Links to PeptideSearch/WWW. Molbio.
    http://130.225.147.138/prgroup/bm58/SRSBLAST.html
    Juri had this page stolen. From EMBO course
    http://www.excelsoftware.com/
    Free demo of CASE tool. For CRC method. MacA&D and WinA&D. For Macintosh, Win32s, Solaris and HP-UX
    http://www.seds.org/billa/dp/dewpower.html
    Home-made dew remover. Astro.
    http://www.apexsc.com/vb/vbfaq.html
    List of Visual Basic FAQs
    http://www.primate.wisc.edu/software/RTF/
    RTF format defined and described
    http://www.cmass.com/jvm/
    Use Java as scripting language/extension in your C++/etc. application. Encapsulated as a native application library.
    http://www.ptf.com/macperl/
    Claims to be the MacPerl pages. Includes: MacPerl book is being written, MacPerl CD-ROM is being edited.
    http://orwant.www.media.mit.edu/the_perl_journal/
    The Perl journal - printed.
    http://orwant.www.media.mit.edu/tpj/faqs/
    Links to Perl FAQs. Includes Perl/CGI FAQ, MacPerl, Perl for Win32 (ActiveWare version), Perl for Win32 (Evangelo remix), Perl/Tk, ActiveState's Win32 and Windows NT Perl, talks given at the Perl Conference,
    http://orwant.www.media.mit.edu/tpj/faqs/resources.html
    List of links to Perl resources. Unfortunately it is not annotated
    http://www.neoplanet.com/index.htm
    NeoPlanet - a web-browser for Windows NT or 95
    http://www.afterlife.org/
    Archives Web sites after their authors die and can no longer support them.
    http://www.w3.org/Amaya/
    Amaya. Includes WYSIWYG editing for HTML documents including MathML elements. October 1997: compiled Alpha version available for PC/Windows. Source code availble (for X-Windows only?); has been compiled on various UNIX/Linux platforms and on PC/Windows. Built on top of the Thot library. Supported platforms at: http://www.w3.org/Amaya/User/Platforms.html
    http://www.objectplace.com/technology/articles/9508.shtml
    "An Introduction to the C++ Standard Library". Includes: How to set namespace std as default (listning 5). C++. Good. STL. C++.
    http://www.stingsoft.com/dev/dev.html
    MFC/Visual C++. Windows. Includes FAQ,. C++.
    http://www.hesston.edu/academic/faculty/BOBH/BUCS137/hand16.htm
    Tick level timing. clock()/CLK_TCK: 18.2 clock ticks per second for PCs. Only for PC/Windows.
    http://www.lysator.liu.se/c/bwk-on-pascal.html
    About Pascal. Delete?
    http://www.microsoft.com/visualc/legacy/v4.0/pc/techinfo/dll2.htm
    Building a Regular DLL that Dynamically Links MFC
    http://www.lysator.liu.se/c/c-www.html
    Well annotated links to C language resources. Includes links to Kernighan's "Why Pascal is Not My Favorite Programming Language", Bjarne Stroustrup's "Sixteen Ways to Stack a Cat", GNU C/C++ manuals. Objective C is also covered. Good.
    http://www.colorado.edu/physics/2000/
    Physics. Educational. Java
    http://mlmnow.com/html/hallshame.html
    Spammer/fraud alias Phillip A. Brown featured. Links to where to report
    http://www.sel.noaa.gov/today.html
    Solar activity - daily. Astro. Example: 1997-11-04; "Space Weather Outlook. Solar activity is expected to be moderate to high. region 8100 is capable of continued m-class and occasional X-class event production"
    http://www.probes.com/cgi-bin/struct.cgi?product=-00015
    Flourescent derivative. Company: Molecular Probes; provider of novel fluorescent reagents. Good. Molbio.
    http://www.probes.com/cgi-bin/struct.cgi?product=-06010
    As above, but oregon green
    http://www.utoronto.ca/webdocs/HTMLdocs/tools_home.html
    HTML and PERL tutorials. Old URL: http://www.utirc.utoronto.ca/HTMLdocs/tools_home.html
    http://www.utoronto.ca/webdocs/HTMLdocs/MACTOOLS/mac_doc_man.html
    Mac ,includes MarkDown; "html2text". Old URL: http://www.utirc.utoronto.ca/HTMLdocs/MACTOOLS/mac_doc_man.html
    http://www.utoronto.ca/webdocs/HTMLdocs/misc_tools.html
    Misc HTML tools, includes Perl program to generate a Table of Contents (ToC). Old URL: http://www.utirc.utoronto.ca/HTMLdocs/misc_tools.html
    http://www.studio42.com/kill-the-spam/deadbeats11.html
    Anti-spam site
    http://www.visi.com/~drow/spam/
    The Historical Spam Museum and Archive
    http://www.ram.org/ramblings/philosophy/spam/spammers.html
    List of known spammers' e-mail addresses and other contact info
    http://www.jpsoft.com/
    Replacement for the DOS prompt. pathname completion, history, etc like a UNIX/Linux shell
    http://www.cygnus.com/misc/gnu-win32/
    Free bash shell for Windows NT
    http://www.buglineltd.com/ian/webring/default.html
    Mac webring Bring together the Macintosh programming community and to promote their websites. Submit site at: http://www.buglineltd.com/ian/webring/submit.html
    http://www.spyglass.com/products/smosaic/sdi/sdi%5Fspec.html
    Old URL is back! SDI - Software Development Interface. This term is too general - SDI is a cross-platform API which can be used to extend the capabilities of Web browsers. Includes AppleScript/AppleEvent, DDE and TCP/IP implementation of this standard. OpenURL is defined here !. DDE on Windows. TCP/IP on UNIX/Linux. Future transports will include OLE2. Spyglass. Mentions CCI. Some other old URL: http://www.spyglass.com:4040/newtechnology/integration/iapi.htm Is the old URL http://www.spyglass.com/products/smosaic/sdi/sdi_spec.html ?
    http://www.mac-conflicts.com/
    , new address
    http://www.dciem.dnd.ca/misc/rfc-index.html
    RFC list, number and title for each. But the referenced documents are not accessible
    http://www.rahul.net/kenton/40errs.html
    "The 40 Most Common X (-Windows) Programming Errors"
    http://ursa.di.fct.unl.pt/refs/misc/X.txt
    bibliography of publically available X Window System technical material
    http://www.stardust.com/wsresource/wsresrce.html
    WinSock info. Includes link to 1.1 FAQ
    http://www.devworld.apple.com/dev/opentransport/sdk.html
    OT SDK
    http://www.stardust.com/wsresource/winsock2/ws2sdk.html
    WinSock 2 SDK
    http://thumper.vmeng.com/
    The ultimate disclaimer. (sarcasm exists in the US)
    http://thumper.vmeng.com/vinnie/crypto.html
    Annotated list of links about cryptography. Includes: "Why Cryptography is Harder Than it looks"
    http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~jcn/network_programming/spring96/netwk.html
    Bibliography of networking books. Includes: TCP/IP Illustrated, Windows Sockets Network Programming, by Bob Quinn and Dave Shute, Internetworking with TCP/IP,
    http://www.kohala.com/~rstevens/
    Home page of . Stevens, author of "TCP/IP Illustrated". Good.
    http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/staff/jon/book/node22.html
    TCP/IP ports explained. Part of the online book "The World Wide Web - Beneath the Surf". Good explanation of RPC and sockets
    http://www.ecst.csuchico.edu/~beej/chg/network.html
    Network Programming Pages. Includes ref to "BSD Sockets: A Quick And Dirty Primer. A brief description of how to get a jump on UNIX/Linux sockets programming", Setting up PPP under UNIX/Linux
    http://csdept.keene.edu/~tkammerd/spring95/cs320/sockets.htm
    "BSD Sockets: A Quick And Dirty Primer"
    http://www.ecst.csuchico.edu/~beej/guide/net/
    "Beej's Guide to Network Programming Using Internet Sockets". Good
    http://pandonia.canberra.edu.au/ClientServer/
    Mention: Winsockets and Visual Basic, OLE and COM/DCOM. Includes: Java Sockets,
    http://www.calweb.com/~chriss/tech/socklink.html
    TCP Sockets links. Not annotated. UNIX/Linux, WinSock, Java and REXX. Includes: ref to the book "Visual C++ Unleashed",.
    http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~ih/doc/pc_conn/tcpip/intro/intro3.html
    TCP: Well-known sockets and the applications layer. Part of "Introduction to the Internet Protocols". "A connection is actually described by a set of 4 numbers". Goes through and explains the SMTP protocol; example
    http://www.vb5.com/
    Online Catalog for Visual Basic Developers
    http://www.mcp.com/resources/prog/frame_vbps.html
    "Visual Basic Power Source". Unfortunately it uses frames and lots of GIFs. Even says "Please view this site with 1024x768x65536 if possible.". Ridiculous. Claims to be "the premier source of Visual Basic information". I can't confirm the claim.
    http://www.mcp.com/search97cgi/s97_cgi?action=View&VdkVgwKey=%2Fusr1%2Fnetscape%2Fsuitespot%2Fdocs%2Fmcp%2Fresources%2Fprog%2Fvbpsfree%2Fvbpsold%2Fwinsock%2Ehtm&DocOffset=7&DocsFound=102&QueryZip=tcp&SourceQueryZip=%28vdkvgwkey+%3Csubstring%3E+%2Fusr1%2Fnetscape%2Fsuitespot%2Fdocs%2Fmcp%2Fresources%2F%29&Collection=C4&SearchUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Emcp%2Ecom%2Fsearch97cgi%2Fs97%5Fcgi%3Faction%3DFilterSearch%26QueryZip%3Dtcp%26SourceQueryZip%3D%2528vdkvgwkey%2B%253Csubstring%253E%2B%252Fusr1%252Fnetscape%252Fsuitespot%252Fdocs%252Fmcp%252Fresources%252F%2529%26Filter%3Dmcpsitesrchflt%252Ehts%26ResultTemplate%3Dmcpnewresults%252Ehts%26SourceQueryText%3D%26QueryText%3Dtcp%26Collection%3DC4%26ResultStart%3D1%26ResultCount%3D10&&AdminImagePath=&AdminScriptName=&viewtemplate=docview.hts&ServerKey=Primary
    List of annoted links to pages about WinSock. Also list of newsgroups, Visual Basic Winsock vendors
    http://www.catalyst.com/tcpintro.html
    "An Introduction to TCP/IP Programming", online version - split into several pages. Focus is on Windows sockets, but in the general description part makes very good use of analogies with telephones (end point = telephone, installed ) with Also available as Word 6 document through ftp://207.226.183.102/pub/cstools/tcpintro.zip. Includes: tutorial in building an echo client and server application using Visual Basic and the free WINSOCK custom control, "the act of accepting a connection creates a new socket; the original socket remains unchanged", details about using SocketWrench
    http://www.catalyst.com/dlswreg.html
    SocketWrench. WINSOCK VBX custom control. Enables creation of just about any kind of TCP/IP client or server application. Visual Basic. Referenced from <http://www.catalyst.com/freebies.html#tcpintro>
    http://www.goodnet.com/~esnible/winsock.html
    Windows Sockets Programming. This document is really a good FAQ. "Should be your starting place if you want to know all about WinSock." Includes: answer to the question "What do I need to write a C/C++ program that talks to Winsock?", ref to C++ class libraries, "Visual C++ has included libraries since version 2.1"
    http://www.sockets.com/devtools.htm
    "WinSock Development Tools". Actually this page IS about testing tools/utilities and not development tools as such. List of annotated links
    http://www.mcp.com/search97cgi/s97_cgi?action=View&VdkVgwKey=%2Fusr1%2Fnetscape%2Fsuitespot%2Fdocs%2Fmcp%2Fresources%2Fprog%2Fvbpsfree%2Fvbpsold%2Fmarket%2Ehtm&DocOffset=26&DocsFound=102&QueryZip=tcp&SourceQueryZip=%28vdkvgwkey+%3Csubstring%3E+%2Fusr1%2Fnetscape%2Fsuitespot%2Fdocs%2Fmcp%2Fresources%2F%29&Collection=C4&SearchUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Emcp%2Ecom%2Fsearch97cgi%2Fs97%5Fcgi%3Faction%3DFilterSearch%26QueryZip%3Dtcp%26SourceQueryZip%3D%2528vdkvgwkey%2B%253Csubstring%253E%2B%252Fusr1%252Fnetscape%252Fsuitespot%252Fdocs%252Fmcp%252Fresources%252F%2529%26Filter%3Dmcpsitesrchflt%252Ehts%26ResultTemplate%3Dmcpnewresults%252Ehts%26SourceQueryText%3D%26QueryText%3Dtcp%26Collection%3DC4%26ResultStart%3D21%26ResultCount%3D10&&AdminImagePath=&AdminScriptName=&viewtemplate=docview.hts&ServerKey=Primary
    List of companies that work with VB, OCX's, and other Visual Basic related subjects. Annotated links. Good
    http://www.sockets.com/
    WinSock Development Information. For the book "Windows Sockets Network Programming"; sample source code, detailed reference files, and web links
    http://www.mcp.com/search97cgi/s97_cgi?action=View&VdkVgwKey=%2Fusr1%2Fnetscape%2Fsuitespot%2Fdocs%2Fmcp%2Fresources%2Fprog%2Fvbpsfree%2Fvbpsold%2Fvbsites%2Ehtm&DocOffset=69&DocsFound=102&QueryZip=tcp&SourceQueryZip=%28vdkvgwkey+%3Csubstring%3E+%2Fusr1%2Fnetscape%2Fsuitespot%2Fdocs%2Fmcp%2Fresources%2F%29&Collection=C4&SearchUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Emcp%2Ecom%2Fsearch97cgi%2Fs97%5Fcgi%3Faction%3DFilterSearch%26QueryZip%3Dtcp%26SourceQueryZip%3D%2528vdkvgwkey%2B%253Csubstring%253E%2B%252Fusr1%252Fnetscape%252Fsuitespot%252Fdocs%252Fmcp%252Fresources%252F%2529%26Filter%3Dmcpsitesrchflt%252Ehts%26ResultTemplate%3Dmcpnewresults%252Ehts%26SourceQueryText%3D%26QueryText%3Dtcp%26Collection%3DC4%26ResultStart%3D61%26ResultCount%3D10&&AdminImagePath=&AdminScriptName=&viewtemplate=docview.hts&ServerKey=Primary
    Annotated list of Visual Basic Related Web Sites
    http://premium.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q126/4/49.asp
    Keyboard shortcuts for Windows 95. Windows NT too?
    http://www.sky.net/~robinson/1112sat.htm
    Predictions for lunar occultation of Saturn 1997-11-11/12. Includes world map with eclipse path. Occultation times for Scandinavia. Astro.
    http://ringside.arc.nasa.gov/www/tools/tracker_jup.html
    Postscript and table of Jupiter moons positions; over time
    http://ringside.arc.nasa.gov/www/tools/viewer_jup.html
    Postscript and table of Jupiter moons positions
    http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/index.html
    The Ghostscript page. Postscript viewer. Also nice list of other postscript resource Internet resource, including programming
    http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/gsview/new23.html
    GSview - Ghostscript postscript viewer. Windows
    http://www.program.com/source/crypto/index.html
    Crypto source code. Includes Blowfish with docs and source
    http://www.inforamp.net/~poynton/notes/mac/Viewing_postscript.html
    Viewing PostScript on a Macintosh by Charles A. Poynton. It is no more than a list of references to programs that can view Postscript
    http://www.inforamp.net/~poynton/notes/mac/Mac_startup_keys.html
    List of Mac startup keys. Includes boot from a specific SCSI ID, 0 through 6, boot with Virtual Memory off, Start without opening finder windows. Good
    http://www.cs.indiana.edu/docproject/programming/postscript/postscript.html
    Introduction to programming in the PostScript page description language.
    http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Sam_Blackburn/wfc.htm
    WFC - Win32 Foundation Classes. Includes CSimpleSocket - Base class for TCP/IP sockets, CPing - programmatically ping another machine, CryptoAPI
    http://tdc-www.harvard.edu/occultations/jupiter/jup.971113.html
    1997-11-13 Occultation of SAO 164156 by Jupiter. Includes references to tables of occultations by Jupiter with e.g. PPM start and other planets. Good. Astro.
    http://www.develop.com/COM_vs_SOM_Summ.htm
    Comparison of SOM and COM/DCOM. (Component Object Model and Some Other Model) - is the last one a joke?
    http://www.fsk.dk/fsk/publ/
    EMBL is linked here. A report "EMBL D Danmark pO opdagelse i molekylernes verden"; http://www.fsk.dk/fsk/publ/1997/embl/. Access not very fast. Molbio.
    http://www.annoyances.org/win95/
    list of annoying "features" of Windows95 and workarounds
    http://www-personal.umich.edu/%7Ebing/oversite/webuse.html
    Web Usability OverSite
    http://www.vmeng.com/vinnie/Papers/TN_1059_1.html
    Tips for OpenTransport development
    http://msproul.rutgers.edu/macintosh/OpenTpt.html
    The OpenTransport page. Annotated list of links. Most of it is user-level oriented, not development. Includes: link to Grand Unified Socket Interface - BSD Sockets and MacTCP.
    http://msproul.rutgers.edu/macintosh/OpenTpt_Dev.html
    OpenTransport development page. Includes description of OpenTransport mailing list (but does not seem to exist anymore)
    http://msproul.rutgers.edu/macintosh/ErrorString.html
    Error, Est# library for OpenTransport, AppleEvent (AppleScript?), AOCE. The real URL for the library is ftp://msproul.rutgers.edu//pub/Macintosh/ErrorString.sit
    http://err.ethz.ch/~neeri/macintosh/gusi-qa.html
    Grand Unified Socket Interface - BSD Sockets and MacTCP
    http://til.info.apple.com/techinfo.nsf/Changes
    Clarification about MacsBug and System 7.5.x, 7.6x. and 8.0.x
    http://www.linuxppc.org/
    Supposed to be only good UNIX/Linux for PowerPC. See also http://www.macintouch.com/linuxletter.html
    http://www.anime.net/~goemon/benchmarks.html
    UNIX/Linux benchmarks. Alpha, PowerPC, x86 systems. Interesting
    http://www.heise.de/ct/english/9712080/
    Long description of Rhapsody, based DR 1 October 1997. c't
    http://www.login.dknet.dk/~leander/sportspc/kvm97/
    Handball, women's World Chapionships
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/techsupport/insidemac/OpenTransport/OpenTransport-12.html
    <Really inside document at: #HEADING12-23>. OpenTransport, Providers, Endpoints, and Mappers.
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/techsupport/insidemac/OpenTransport/OpenTransport-2.html
    Inside Macintosh, Open Transport
    http://devworld.apple.com/techinfo/techdocs/mac/mac.html
    Inside Macintosh
    http://www.dino-online.de/seiten/go17amm.htm
    Links to German "Automarkt"
    http://www.aaaa.de/
    Deutscher Gebrauchtwagen - Markt
    http://www.carline.de/
    Best search facility, especially older cars
    http://www.dino-online.de/
    Dino, WWW search in german www servers (?). Also categories, like Yahoo. Old URL: http://www.wiso.gwdg.de/ifbg/suche.html
    http://www.macdirectory.com/pages/jobs.html
    Job database with job postings for people with specific Macintosh-related skills. URL remaps to http://www.macdirectory.com/pages/jobs.fm$find?month=November&max=50
    http://www.macdirectory.com/pages/submitserv.html
    MacDirectory. To submit a service or a VAR
    http://www.spies.com/greg/tools.html
    MineField. Checks for uninitialised pointers and handles. Macintosh development tool. Freely available.
    http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/sdk/inetsdk/help/compdev/engines/engines.htm
    <Really inside document at: #ch_script_engine>. ActiveX Scripting Engines. Includes: "Scripting engines used on servers are typically implemented as free-threading COM objects". COM/DCOM
    http://www.lantimes.com/lantimes/97/97oct/710b093a.html
    Answers the questions: what is Windows Scripting Host - WSH. Includes actual code examples
    http://www.microsoft.com/management/wsh.htm
    About Windows Scripting Host - WSH. Includes run Visual Basic and JavaScript natively within the base Operating System, support for both Windows and command line based scripting, links to sample script and whitepaper
    http://www.cbooks.com/sqlnut/SP/search/gtsumt?source=&isbn=1572313498
    Book: "Inside COM : Microsoft's Component Object Model". Dale Rogerson. COM/DCOM
    http://www.asus.com/
    ASUS. Motherboards.
    http://www.asus.com/downloads/bios/p2l97-s-bios.asp
    BIOS for P2L97-S motherboard. Current version is 0102, date: 1997-09-25
    http://website.ora.com/wspro2/productinfo/comparison_frame.html
    Comparison of Web-servers for Windows: O'Reilly WebSite Pro 2.0, Microsoft IIS 3.0 and Netscape Enterprise 3.0
    http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/sdk/inetsdk/help/compdev/engines/engines.htm
    <Really inside document at: #ch_script_engine>. ActiveX Scripting Engines. Includes: "Scripting engines used on servers are typically implemented as free-threading COM/DCOM objects".
    http://www.lantimes.com/lantimes/97/97oct/710b093a.html
    Answers the questions: what is Windows Scripting Host - WSH. Includes actual code examples
    http://www.microsoft.com/management/wsh.htm
    About Windows Scripting Host - WSH. Includes run Visual Basic and JavaScript natively within the base Operating System, support for both Windows and command line based scripting, links to sample script and whitepaper
    http://www.cbooks.com/sqlnut/SP/search/gtsumt?source=&isbn=1572313498
    Book: "Inside COM : Microsoft's Component Object Model". Dale Rogerson. COM/DCOM.
    http://www.zdnet.com/pccomp/features/fea0597/secrets/sub9.html
    Windows NT command line secrets. Part of "Undocumented Secrets"; "Taming TCP/IP Connections", "Rule the Windows Registry" and more. Includes: filename completion trick - Completion Char value in Windows NT registry.
    http://www.login.dknet.dk/~leander/sportspc/kvm97/
    Handball, women's World Chapionships
    ftp://dev.apple.com/devworld/Tool_Chest/Core_Mac_OS_Tools/
    Free developer tools from Apple. Includes MrPlus performance analysis tool and InstrumentationSDK- API to add performance instrumentation to an application
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/techsupport/insidemac/OpenTransport/OpenTransport-12.html
    <Really inside document at: #HEADING12-23>. OpenTransport, Providers, Endpoints, and Mappers.
    http://devworld.apple.com/dev/techsupport/insidemac/OpenTransport/OpenTransport-2.html
    Inside Macintosh, Open Transport
    http://devworld.apple.com/techinfo/techdocs/mac/mac.html
    Inside Macintosh
    http://www.dino-online.de/seiten/go17amm.htm
    Links to German "Automarkt"
    http://www.aaaa.de/
    Deutscher Gebrauchtwagen - Markt
    http://www.carline.de/
    Best search facility, especially older cars
    http://www.wrox.com
    For the book ""Visual C++ Components with MFC extensions & ActiveX Controls". Matt Telles. Includes errata and the source code examples. Feedback on the book: ZZZZZfeedback@wrox.com. COM/DCOM. C++.
    http://www.anybrowser.org/campaign/
    Cari D. Burstein's "Best Viewed With Any Browser campaign". Good
    http://www.kei.com/homepages/ckd/web-design/principles.html
    Design tips for designing accessible pages. Includes: "Pretty front page imagemaps should also include a textual list of options at the bottom", "validated HTML will work on every browser without causing any problems". Good. Very good.
    http://www.visionx.com/mfcpro/kbole.htm
    List of MSKB ActiveX and OLE articles. Includes: "ActiveX Control Fails in Visual Basic but Works Fine in MFC", "How to Profile an OLE Server or an OLE Control", "How to Use an OLE Control as an Automation Server"
    http://www.visionx.com/mfcpro/index.htp
    MFC professional
    http://www.visionx.com/mfcpro/bookmags.htm
    Review of "Inside Visual C++", Fourth Edition. Covers VC++ 5.0. C++.
    http://www.kisco.co.kr/archives/MicroSoft9612/date.html
    Some DCOM discussions. ActiveXControls mailing list ?
    http://www.kisco.co.kr/archives/MicroSoft9612/1167.html
    DCOM. Recommendation of the book "Inside OLE" by Kraig Brockshmit for understanding COM, interfaces, etc as well as explaining how to build OLE controls
    http://microsoft.com/workshop/prog/com/overview.htm
    DCOM. Generating a DCOM Server with AppWizard. One of 4 part document
    http://www.npac.syr.edu/users/gcf/uccjavabeansaug97/foilsephtmldir/014HTML.html
    Clear definitions of DCOM, COM, OLE Controls, ActiveX Controls, MIDL. Part of "JavaBeans CORBA ComponentWare"; From JavaBeans CORBA ComponentWare UC Web applications Certificate by Geoffrey C. Fox, Wojtek Furmanski
    http://www.dml.cs.ucf.edu/~kilby/cap4020/lectures/4020-Lect-Dobjects2.html
    About OLE Includes: "an OLE component object is defined by a class which implements interfaces - one or more class factory - an interface that knows how to produce an instance of the class (object?)", comparison of COM and CORBA, COM can only reference one instance of class. Document is from 1997-04-10. Part of CAP4020 - Distributed Objects, http://www.dml.cs.ucf.edu/~kilby/cap4020/
    http://www.techweb.com/tools/developers/
    ActiveXpress - ActiveX resource. Includes: Link to ActiveX controls collection
    http://www.techweb.com/tools/downloads/120297activexapps.html
    Includes: 3-D Status Meter 1.1 and SocketTools 2.1 (fpr TCP/IP applications)
    http://www.techweb.com/cgi-bin/WrapXpress/scripts/ActiveX/ActiveXControlSearch.exe?0&&&8000004
    List of ActiveX Charts, Graphs and Spreadsheets controls
    http://www.widgetware.com/faq.htm
    ActiveX FAQ. 3 of them: author's, Microsoft and "others". Good
    http://www.widgetware.com/COMResources.htm
    List of annotated COM/DCOM links.
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/olecom/aboutole.htm
    article: "What OLE Is Really About". Good
    http://www.excite.com/
    Good keywords: DCOM properties
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/macole/default.htm
    MacOLE 2.08
    http://www.research.att.com/~ymwang/resources/resources.htm
    Partly annotated list of links for DCOM
    http://www.eurohandball.com/
    Handball, including Women's 1997
    http://www.york.ac.uk/ServerSupport/UsenetNews/h_comp.os.ms-windows.nt.html
    List of Windows NT newsgroups
    http://obgyn.umsmed.edu:457/PERFORM/CONTENTS.html
    Performance Guide. For administrators of SCO OpenServer systems who are interested in investigating and improving system performance. Includes: Reducing disk activity caused by swapping and paging, Increasing disk I/O throughput by increasing the buffer cache size, Identifying disk I/O-bound systems, Identifying excessive read and write system call activity. For UNIX/Linux systems, but can be used for others systems.
    http://www.france98.com/
    Official home-page for Soccer Worldchampionsships, France 1998
    http://www.france98.com/english/index.html
    The groups for France98. Denmark is with France (FRA), South Africa (RSA), Saudi «a (KSA)
    http://www.france98.com/english/index.html
    List of games France98, stage 1
    http://xx.xx.xx/
    Date mark: 1998-02-06
    http://www.websitegarage.com/
    Web Site Garage. Test your Web-site. Grades too. Funny too.
    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows95/info/win95reskit.htm
    Windows 95 Resource Kit. Tips and tricks?
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/xml/pointers.html
    Links to XML related pages.
    http://www.byte.com/art/9709/sec5/sec5.htm
    ActiveX/DCOM explained. BYTE cover story, September 1997
    http://www.microsoft.com/msj/0198/mtscom/mtscom.htm
    MTS - Microsoft Transaction Server. DCOM. Servers. Includes: handling simultaneous clients, atomically make changes, share data with other servers, discussion of interface-based development versus implementation inheritance, . Good
    http://rossi.astro.nwu.edu/lentz/mac/faqs/home-faqs.html
    References to/list of Macintosh FAQs
    http://www.metrics.com/WinFAQ/index.html
    References to/list of Microsoft Windows FAQs. Includes ..
    ftp://theory.stanford.edu/pub/katiyar/misc/ole_vs_corba.html
    OLE and CORBA in detail. This document is really a HTML document, despite the ftp URL. Comparison of the two. Includes: "means for creating an object ... the user can generate this in any way (s)he chooses to"; but also "prescribed forms of object creation ... IClassFactory interface with the CreateInstance operation"
    http://www.widgetware.com/combooks.htm
    Description of various COM related books. DCOM
    http://www.eidea.com/OO_site/cetus/oo_ole.html
    More than 6000 links about DCOM/ActiveX? Includes: news groups, mailing lists, . Good
    http://www.widgetware.com/tomsfaqs.htm
    ATL ActiveX/DCOM FAQs. Includes ATL, IDL, and COM Types (BSTRs, etc.)
    http://www.widgetware.com/faqauto.htm
    DCOM/ActiveX automation FAQ. Includes "How do I expose a complex object, like a collection, from my automation server? ", "How do I create an automation server that allows multiple client connections? ". DCOM
    http://easy.cs.utah.edu/Cwave/usingdcom.htm
    "Using DCOM for distributed Communication"
    http://www.widgetware.com/COMResources.htm
    Some DCOM links. Includes: A COM tutorial; Web-based COM/OLE (Microsoft). DCOM
    http://www.research.att.com/~ymwang/resources/resources.htm
    More DCOM links. Annotation could be better.
    http://www.microsoft.com/com/
    Official DCOM home page...
    http://www.metrics.com/WinFAQ/index.html
    Windows FAQs links
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/olecom/house1.htm
    First in a series of articles describing creation of COM/DCOM servers, starting from . The articles are NOT linked; change house1.htm to house2.htm, house3.htm, ... house7.htm Uses the example of house controller; house has several appliances: TV, radio, and lights. Includes: comparison is drawn between C++ objects and COM objects, "COM is a sort of object-oriented approach to DLLs", "What Happens When Objects Change State", objects that send notification events back to their users,. DCOM/COM.
    http://premium.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q172/9/85.asp
    IDL problem fixed in Service Pack 3, Visual C++ 5.0. DCOM/COM.
    http://premium.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q135/0/49.asp
    ClassWizard/VC++. "Rebuilding .CLW File Does Not Restore Link to ODL File". Includes: silient failure of ClassWizard when odl file is renamed. DCOM.
    http://www.ntinternals.com/ntutil.htm
    lots of Windows NT Utilities
    http://www.lockergnome.com/issues/win95nt/jan98-15.html
    On-line version of the newsletter about Windows
    http://www.homeworlds.com/freesoft/eperl.htm
    List of Perls for different operating systems: Windows 3.1, Windows NT, Macintosh, UNIX/Linux and even OS/2. The links for the Windows NT versions are broken. However they can be found on ftp://www.perl.org/pub/CPAN/ports/win32. See also http://www.perl.com/CPAN/ports/win32/Perl5/beta/
    http://www.asaint.com/perldoc/ntperl5.htm
    Windows NT Perl 5. Includes OLE/DCOM extensions; allow interacteraction with OLE Automation objects via Perl objects, Windows NT Extensions (Event log and Registry) . Is it from Microsoft?
    http://www.perl.org/CPAN/doc/FAQs/win32/Perl_for_Win32_FAQ.html
    Perl for Win32 FAQ
    http://www.vcdj.com/vcdj/default.asp
    Visual C++ Developers Journal - VCDJ. Homepage at http://www.vcdj.com/default.asp. C++.
    http://www.cs.washington.edu/homes/voelker/ntemacs.html
    GNU Emacs for Windows NT and Windows 95. Binaries at ftp://ftp.cs.washington.edu/pub/ntemacs/latest/i386
    http://www.macevolution.com/SPECfp.html
    Floating point performance of PowerPC and Pentium families as function of frequency. Integer at http://www.macevolution.com/SPECint.html
    http://www.aladdinsys.com/expander/expander1.html
    Stuffit Expander for Windows
    http://www.syspac.com/~cmont/fonts95.html
    Some Mac fonts for Windows NT/95: Chicago, Geneva
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/download.html
    Download page for Frontier 5
    http://www.gvu.gatech.edu/people/daniel.salber/scriptbits/index.html
    ScriptBits. Frontier. Includes: updates to tcpcmd
    http://www.sun.com/sunworldonline/swol-02-1998/swol-02-xml.html
    XML explained/"what is it?" document
    http://www.windows95.com/apps/webauth-auto.html
    Annotated links to downloadable software for Automated Web Publishing Tools. Includes: AscToHTM converter (incl. URLS, E-mail addresses), Frontier 5.0
    http://www-swl.offis.uni-oldenburg.de/handbuch/dokus/stl/stdusr/adaptive.4.html
    Overview of priority_queue. But examples only uses built-in types for the comparison. At the end of this document: Copyright c1994,1995, 1996 ObjectSpace, Inc. All Rights Reserved - Do not reproduce.........
    http://www.criticalpath.com/wintech.html
    Short (4 sentence) "what is it?" explanations of Visual Basic, DLLs, COM/DCOM, installers (incl. registry), MFC, DDE, OLE, OLE automation, OLE controls, ActiveX Controls (OLE controls that have been renamed for the Internet !), VxDs, WinSock and others
    http://www.apexsc.com/vb/begin.html
    Annotated list of links for beginning Visual Basic. Good.
    http://www.apexsc.com/vb/files.html
    Long list of annotated links for Visual Basic downloadable files. Annotation could be more specific. Includes: CICA CD-ROM mirror sites, VB Code Bank CD
    http://home.sol.no/~jansh/vb/default.htm
    Table of Contents and news page for Visual Basic FAQ. Links to the 10 parts in the FAQ.
    http://home.sol.no/~jansh/vb/vb_d.htm
    Advanced Visual Basic Programming Issues. Includes tips for speeding up Visual Basic
    http://home.sol.no/~jansh/vb/vb_c.htm
    Common Visual Basic Programming Questions. Includes Option Explicit (forces you to declare all variables before using them), get the Tab key to be treated like a normal character, passing by reference, VBASM which provides full access to all sorts of low-level routines: peek, poke, memory pointer, port i/o and interrupts, prevent multiple instances of my program, number of free bytes on a disk
    http://home.sol.no/~jansh/vb/vb_e.htm
    <Really inside document at: #G>. Distributing Visual Basic Applications. Includes: tips for using Setup Wizard, alternatives to setup wizard.
    http://www.microsoft.com/support/feedback/mswish.htm
    Microsoft's General Wish List (feedback) Page to request features in any MS product. For Visual Basic: ZZZZZvbwish@microsoft.com
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/articles.stm
    URL is now broken - very bad. Links to OLE/COM/DCOM articles. Includes: "Using Microsoft OLE Automation Servers to Develop Solutions", "Building OLE Automation Service Components in Visual Basic and Visual C++", "Designing COM Interfaces", "Building Three-Tiered Client/Server Business Solutions", "Managing Object Lifetimes in OLE Automation", "The Remote Automation Enigmas: When, Why, and How", "OLE Remote Automation: Synopsis and Analysis", Good. COM/DCOM
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/olerem/raresp.htm
    The Remote Automation Enigmas: When, Why, and How. Includes: discusses the different issues involved in the construction or deployment of Remote Automation solutions, detailed explanation of using the Visual Basic Setup Wizard to create, "you will also need to install RACMGR32.EXE to the client. Setup Wizard does not currently do this for you", "CLIREG32.EXE, a handy tool included by the Setup Wizard while creating a setup package for client installation. Its purpose is to modify the registry of a client machine to include the necessary entries for the client to perform Remote Automation against the server. .... essentially the same information that can be viewed and modified using RACMGR32.EXE. The difference is that RACMGR32.EXE requires the entries for the type library to already exist in the registry, whereas CLIREG32.EXE will install the entries if they don't exist. Using the application's command-line interface, it would be very easy to create a batch file to call this application and handle the registration and configuration in one step. This would be ideal for upgrading clients when a server name or OLE server type library changes ". Good
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ISBN%3D0132443104/javabrewA/4689-9110450-752373
    Book: "Ole-Remote Automation With Visual Basic 4". Includes: Installing Remote Automation Applications, Error Handling, Testing, and Debugging. TOC at http://web2.airmail.net/~gbeene/toc-oler.html
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/oleauto/oalife.htm
    Managing Object Lifetimes in OLE Automation. Invisible/visible servers and windows. Servers not running when started.
    http://www.dejanews.com/
    COM/DCOM. Good keywords: installer com automation visual basic
    http://www.faqs.org/faqs/
    Official source for FAQs. Search facility included.
    http://www.python.org/
    Python Language Home Page
    http://www.microsoft.com/MSJ/0398/dcomtop.htm
    Understanding the DCOM Wire Protocol by Analyzing Network Data Packets. Article in MSJ - Microsoft Systems Journal. Only start of the article - the rest is in the printed journal :-( . Home page: http://www.microsoft.com/msj/. Includes: learn how COM's remoting architecture work
    http://www.well.com/user/hoff/unixgui.htm
    The UNIX/Linux GUI Manifesto. Includes: precise description of UNIX/Linux attitudes
    http://x10.dejanews.com/getdoc.xp?AN=290677699&threaded=1&CONTEXT=886683721.2079457340&HIT_CONTEXT=&HIT_NUM=&hitnum=20
    Problem with resizing of deque, _BuyBack. Ref to tech note at http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q160/0/17.asp
    http://home.earthlink.net/~mickelsn/rhapsodic/
    A Rhapsody (Apple/NextStep/Yellow/Blue)
    http://www.activestate.com/software/Perl_for_Win32.htm
    Perl for Win32 Download. Now broken, 2000-11-15.
    http://www.perl.com/pub/perl/CPAN-local/ports/win32/Standard/x86/perl5.00402-bindist04-bc.zip
    Another Perl for Win32s. No C-compiler required. URL remapped to /pub/perl/CPAN/authors/id/GSAR when ftp is used.
    http://www.apple.com/hotnews/features/bytemark.html
    G3 and PC/Pentium II benchmark. It is on Apple's site so can it be trusted?
    http://www.utm.edu/research/primes/largest.html
    Prime numbers.....
    http://www.utm.edu/research/primes/lists/small/10000.txt
    The first 10000 prime numbers; 2 to 104729 (inclusive...)
    http://microsoft.com/scripting/scriptcontrol/
    Microsoft Script Control. Do MS marketing have a random number product name generator?
    http://www.nodule.demon.co.uk/java
    Unofficial Java Spec Report. Includes bugs in JDK, JVM, Sun's compiler and in AWT API. Old URL: http://www2.vo.lu/homepages/gmid/java.htm. Old title: "The Unofficial Java Bug Report" . Good
    http://www.jsiinc.com/reghack.htm
    Windows NT Tips, Registry Hacks, and MoreRegHack. For the Windows NT registry. Includes: Finding Keys, Values and Data in the Windows NT registry, Freeware tools for Windows NT, A tweak for NTFS performance, "How can I determine what registry changes a new application installed?", Debugging scheduled jobs, "How do I track my registry changes?", Little known DOS trick assists logon script (where it is running from), Establish a common Favorites folder, How does Windows NT assign drive letters? (including how to deal with Jaz drive), Windows NT 4.0 has two built in File comparison command (fc for ASCII and comp for others), How can I force a DOS application to Print-Screen directly to a printer?, Running REGEDIT in batch, Does your 100MB EtherNet TCP/IP network perform poorly? (ACK collisions), How can I get a batch file to prompt me for parameters?, Registry entries for services, How can I get explorer to expand all sub-directories of a selected directory?, Using Regedit to backup the registry. Good. Very good.
    http://www.cit.ac.nz/smac/winnt/default.htm
    Self paced learning module on Windows NT and Networking.
    http://www.w3.org/Protocols/HTTP/Request.html
    HTTP protocol. Explains why www.protana.com does not accept a simple "GET /", but needs "GET / HTTP/1.0". "GET /~pm/ HTTP/1.0". "GET /homePages/PeterM/ HTTP/1.0". "GET /~pm/JAN97.html HTTP/1.0"
    http://www.macwindows.com/
    News, and tips about Macintosh and Windows integration solutions
    http://www.isoproductions.com/cd/macscripting/
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.devsearch.com/
    devSEARCH. "search engine for the people who build the web". Search engine for specialised areas: design, scripting, Zines. Search selected sites. Frontier 5 included
    http://www.refdesk.com/win95.html
    Windows 95 links. Annotation could be more comprehensive. Includes link to Windows NT sites
    http://www.globalcomputing.com/win95.html
    Another list of links for Windows 95. No annotation. Most of the pages are private home pages
    http://ntcenter.rickg.com/
    News oriented Windows NT site, but uddate rate is 2-3 weeks, not every day
    http://ntcenter.rickg.com/NTPerl/
    Perl for Windows NT. Unfortunately this site uses frames. Includes: description of Intergraph and ActiveState/ActiveWare distributions, libraries, scripts, script archives, links to link pages for Perl/Win32 and for Perl
    http://www.paperbits.com/
    Windows NT site. News-oriented. Update every day for drivers. Includes: tip of the day, book, Hardware Compatibility List (HCL)
    http://www.paperbits.com/fixes.asp
    List of HOTFIXES & SERVICE PACKS for Windows NT, ordered by date
    http://www.paperbits.com/utilities.asp?cat=Desktop
    Virtual Desktop for Windows NT
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/utils/sp.html
    Description of the various service packs for Windows NT
    ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/bussys/winnt/winnt-public/fixes/usa/nt40/hotfixes-postSP3/
    Hotfixes for Windows NT service pack 3. Includes DNS fix, IIS 4.0 fix. Most of problems are obscure
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/toss/index.html
    List of temporary files in Windows NT that can be deleted. Actual scripts included.
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/utils/pt.html
    Description of Power Toys/TweakUI. Includes: allow automatic logon, Command Prompt Here (use it from any folder window to open a DOS box at that directory), Explore From Here (the same as "Command Prompt Here", but opens Explorer instead of a Command Prompt), Send to X (adds some new commands to the Send To menu, like Send To Any Folder which pops up a dialog when you select it, with a history list, Send To Clipboard As Name). Good
    http://mspress.microsoft.com/reslink/preview/toolbox/toolbox.htm
    Description of Utilities Toolbox (for Windows NT). Includes: Installation Monitor (tracks changes made by setup programs to Registry entries, files and .INI file entries), Service Monitor (send e-mail if any service stop), TRANSLATE (translate obscure numeric Win32 return codes),
    http://mspress.microsoft.com/RESLINK/PREVIEW/TOOLBOX/tools2/posix.htm
    UNIX/Linux-like command-line tools for Windows NT. Includes: grep, touch, vi, wc
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/page/memopt.html
    Optimize memory under Windows NT. Includes: Do not Shadow ROMBios into RAM,
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/page/memprimr.html
    Windows NT Memory Primer. Explains process, working set, kernel memory, user mode, paged pool, NonPaged Pool, modifying a registry entry to ensure that all kernel code stays in physical memory, Task Manager; in processes tab the Memory Use figure is the process' working set which is the amount reserved in physical memory only, registry setting which determines if Windows NT should use a large or small file cache (defaults: small;Workstations, large,Servers), Good
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/page/leak.html
    Analysing memory leaks in Windows NT. Detailed description of using the Task Manager and the Performance Monitor. Good
    http://search.main.yahoo.com/search/news?p=Windows+NT
    News about Windows NT. Press releases from companies
    http://www.netaxs.com/~joc/perlring.html
    PerlRing. WebRing devoted to the Perl programming language.
    http://wwwcn.cern.ch/dci/perl/plt.html
    Function point metric for some computer languages: C++, Java, Perl and others
    http://aig-www.dur.ac.uk/~nandrews/linux/announce/
    What's new in the UNIX/Linux world
    http://www.gimp.org/
    GIMP. Photoshop clone for UNIX/Linux. Free. Full source code available
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/bugs/app/default.html
    List of bugs in Frontier 5.0
    http://www.perl.com/CPAN-local/doc/manual/html/pod/index.html
    Perl documentation/manual/
    http://www.perl.com/CPAN-local/doc/manual/html/pod/perlfunc.html
    Perl functions documentation/manual/reference
    http://www.perl.com/CPAN-local/doc/manual/html/pod/perlfunc/split.html
    Documentation of the Perl function split
    http://www.pgpi.com/download/
    PGP 5.5 source code
    ftp://ftp.ifi.uio.no/pub/pgp/5.5/pgp55pi-src.zip
    PPG 5.5 library/SDK source code
    ftp://ftp.ifi.uio.no/pub/pgp/5.5/pgp55win95nt-src.zip
    PPG 5.5 for Windows NT/95 source code
    http://www.pgpi.com/versions/freeware.shtml
    PGP. About the legal export of books, OCRed
    http://www.techbabes.com/WebTech/FrontierWeb/index.html
    TechBabes. About Fronttier. Different perspective- Frontier Journal, process of using Frontier, tips. Includes: Step-byStep process of moving particular sites from Frontier 4 to Frontier 5.
    http://www.scripting.com/thea/
    Describes and showcases sites managed with Frontier
    http://www.rucnyt.ruc.dk/
    RUCNYT site. Newspaper at the danish university Roskilde Universitetscenter. Managed with Frontier !
    http://pcwebopedia.com/
    Organised information about PC hardware/software. "online encyclopedia and search engine dedicated to computer technology". Points to other pages for more detailed information. Example 1: explains caches; Level 1, Level 2 and disk. Example 2: detailed describtion of the Pentium Pro. Good
    http://www.intel.com/pentiumII/specs/mmx.htm
    Explains MMX (Pentium Pro/II). Single Instruction, Multiple Data (SIMD). 57 new instructions. DSP. "loops occupy 10 percent or less of the overall application code, account for 90 percent of the execution time ... SIMD allows the chip to reduce compute-intensive loops"
    http://www.pcwebopedia.com/MMX.htm
    Explains MMX. Good annotated links to other sites.
    http://www10.pair.com/jsalvati/mmx.htm
    MMX. SIMD; example: single MMX instruction can add eight integer pairs together in parallel. BUT: not possible to use the MMX unit and the FPU at the same time. Also other very detailed explanation of Pentium workings: RISC core, register aliasing, 40 general purpose registers
    http://developer.intel.com/design/mmx/manuals/
    MMX manuals from Intel
    http://www.firststep.com.au/software/gtml.html
    GTML - an HTML pre-processor. A Perl script. Includes: "project files", Next, Previous and Up links automatically, header, footer and other common files into all your HTML files - no need for Server-Side Includes, conditional commands, generate different versions; e.g. a Frames/non-Frames version
    http://whatis.com/dcom.htm
    Definition of DCOM. Includes: DCOM replaces OLE Remote Automation, link to "How DCOM Works" at the Software AG site
    http://www.sagus.com/Prod-i~1/net-comp/dcom/dcomwork.htm
    "How DCOM Works". Includes: step-by-step actions of client and server; CoInitialize, CoCreateInstanceEx, InProcServer32 (a DLL)/ LocalServer32 (an EXE on the local machine)/ RemoteServer32 (an EXE on a remote machine), CoRegisterClassObject, Class Factory, CreateInstance, marshalling. Good
    http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/sdk/inetsdk/help/itt/Shell/DragDrop.htm
    Very short, very clear introduction to COM/DCOM at the programmatic level. See section "General OLE Concepts". Sexy keywords: OLE, IUnknown, QueryInterface, AddRef, and Release, E_NOTIMPL, IDataObject. The Key. The begining. Includes: any component object must control its own life span
    http://www.wired.com/news/news/business/story/10159.html
    Top 25 WWW-Sites in terms of traffic
    http://whatis.com/http11.htm
    Explains HTTP protocol 1.1. Includes: persistent connections, better handling of requests that go through proxy servers, decompresses HTML files
    http://info.webcrawler.com/mak/projects/robots/faq.html
    Web Robots FAQ.
    http://www.ranchero.com/frontier/ucmds/faq.html
    UCDM crashing bug. Frontier
    http://www.opendoor.com/ldw/
    Tool to show Web-server activity in real-time on Windows NT. Demo is available. See also http://www2.opendoor.com/logdoor/windows/. Download URL: http://www2.opendoor.com/logdoor/windows/LogDoorEval.zip. Documention overview page with 3 links: http://www2.opendoor.com/logdoor/windows/LDWGuide.htm
    http://www.radview.com/Products/Webload/
    Generate traffic for a Web-server. Order: millions of accesses per day.
    http://microsoft.com/scripting/scriptcontrol/
    All the confusing Microsoft scripting collected in one place: JScript, VBScript, Microsoft Script, scriplets, remote scripting, Windows Scripting Host, Microsoft Script Control, and others
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q140/5/90.asp
    FIX: Error in COleDispatchException Constructor. DCOM error reporting. DCOM
    http://x10.dejanews.com/getdoc.xp?AN=211633092&threaded=1&CONTEXT=887283302.1637220975&HIT_CONTEXT=&HIT_NUM=&hitnum=126
    DCOM error reporting
    http://www.step1inc.com/ocx.htm
    Abstract for the programming course "OLE and ActiveX Programmmig". Lot of keywords; including Class Factories, OLE Structured Storage, Automation/VARIANT Data Type, Visual Basic and IDispatch, COM Threading Models. . DCOM
    http://www.eu.microsoft.com/oledev/olemkt/oleent/whenwhat.htm
    Includes: "When you speak of an object in OLE Automation, what you are really referring to is an IDispatch interface or a dispatch interface. In OLE, every object is really an interface of some kind." - NOT TRUE!!!, OLE-Implemented Services and Customizations - table mapping services to access mechanisms (and customization), The Purpose of All OLE APIs and Interfaces - table mapping function/interface to purpose (examples include IUnknown, IEnum). DCOM
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/olecom/the_ru.htm
    The Rules of the Component Object Model. Includes: Memory Management Rules, Creating Aggregatable Objects, Apartment Threading Model rules (Every object lives on a single thread, and more), "Interface member functions should have a return type of HRESULT to allow the remoting infrastructure to report remote procedure call (RPC) errors". COM/DCOM. Clear and concise. Good
    http://www.eu.microsoft.com/oledev/oleocx/ole11.htm
    Dual interface: IDispatch: late binding, direct OLE vtable: early binding (much higher performance). COM/DCOM
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q104/1/40.asp
    Short definitions of COM terms: object, interfaces, IUnknown, interface negotiation, reference counting, aggregation, . DCOM
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/olecom/title.htm
    The Component Object Model Specification. Overview page with links to 15 chapters. DCOM
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/olecom/Ch03.htm
    <Really inside document at: #Error>. COM's Error Reporting Mechanism. Part of The Component Object Model Specification. Includes: Answers the question: "How do exceptions relate to interfaces?", DCOM. Good.
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/olesrvr/design1.htm
    "All methods in your interface should return values of type HRESULT". Explains why HRESULT is synonymous with SCODE. DCOM
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/visualc/faq/q151680/default.asp
    Visual C++ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ): Microsoft Visual C++ OLE. Includes: "Is there any information available on using Single/Multiple Instances of an OLE Object in MFC?", profiling an OLE server/control, "Unable to load control from: 'x:\path\file.ocx'" error. Does not include: error reporting. DCOM.
    http://www.sgi.com/Technology/STL/istream_iterator.html
    STL. Part of reference/manual - here ref to back_inserter; but it looks up back_insert_iterator<BackInsertionSequence>
    http://www.sgi.com/Technology/STL/Iterators.html
    STL iterators
    http://www.sgi.com/Technology/STL/table_of_contents.html
    STL. List of. Includes: for_each non-mutating algorithm
    http://www-personal.umich.edu/%7Ebing/oversite/webuse.html
    Includes: usability testing of Web-sites. Webdesign.
    http://web2.airmail.net/markn/wdj/wdj.htm
    Bug of the month. C++. PC/MS/VC++ oriented. But Borland is also included. Good
    http://web2.airmail.net/markn/wdj/bug1196.htm
    This document implies that a zero length array is legal
    http://www.ftpx.com/
    FTPExplorer. Ftp client for Windows NT/95. Explorer like. Unfortunately this site uses frames. ftp URL: ftp://ftp.ftpx.com/pub/ftpx/ftpx1010.zip. Program is not reliable. Example: ftpd on Macintosh/shared CD-ROM
    http://www.rhinosoft.com/
    FTP Voyager. Ftp client for Windows NT/95.
    http://www.bpftp.com/
    Bulletproof FTP. Ftp client for Windows NT/95. Download at http://www.bpftp.com/bpftp104.exe
    http://chemlab.pc.maricopa.edu/frontier.html
    Good selling-Frontier page
    http://news.com/News/Item/0,4,19141,00.html
    Windows NT cracking
    http://www.intelligentfirm.com/membench/index.shtml
    Up to 71 percent performance improvement with Pentiums of read from main memory by rearranging code. Due to read-buffer flaw. Good
    http://www.interlog.com/~bitewise/ref/physquan.htm
    Physiccal units. Includes: prefixes; yocto, zepto, atto, femto, pico, nano, micro, milli, kilo, mega, giga, tera, peta, exa, zetta, yotta
    http://premium.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q132/3/32.asp
    How to Back Up the Windows NT Registry
    http://www.ultraedit.com/
    UltraEdit. Text editor for Windows. Does syntax colouring and integrates with external applications. Download from the ftp site did not work 1998-03-05. <ftp://207.159.137.77/uedit32.zip> referenced from <http://www.idmcomp.com/downloads/index.html> worked. Explicitly invites feedback to Ian D. Mead, ZZZZZidm@idmcomp.com. ; Put UltraEdit into Windows Explorer's context menu; ; menu Advanced/Configuration/File Associations/Integrate with Explorer as, "Ultr&aEdit" ("a" as Universal Viewer may occupy "u".)
    http://www.amcyber.com/
    MultiEdit for Windows. BBEdit alternative/replacement for HTML editing. Windows version download (evaluation) at <ftp://ftp.multiedit.com/pub/demos/MewEval.Zip>. Includes: outline style editing, syntax highlighting for HTML files,
    http://www.cs.washington.edu/homes/voelker/ntemacs.html
    Emacs for Windows NT
    http://www.pcinno.com/scsi.htm
    Fast/Ultra/Wide SCSI
    http://fieldnet.ne.mediaone.net/gary/scsigame.txt
    The SCSI game. Rules for SCSI. Funny too.
    http://devworld.apple.com/ngs/lpp/adrpub/docs/dev/techsupport/insidemac/Devices/Devices-122.html
    <Really inside document at: #MARKER-9-64>. "Polled transfers work reliably with all SCSI peripheral devices, and are a good choice for slow or unpredictable devices such as printers and scanners. You should also use polled transfers if you are unfamiliar with the characteristics of a particular device. For disk drives and other high- speed devices, blind transfers can significantly increase data throughput. As long as the device does not incur any delays during a transfer, or the delays occur at predictable times, blind transfers are a good choice."
    http://www.mozilla.org/
    Netscape. Site for organising work done with the free source code for Netscape Navigator. Source code will be released 1998-03-31.
    http://www.hotwired.com/webmonkey/98/08/index1a.html
    Review of WYSIWYG HTML editors: Macromedia Dreamweaver, Microsoft FrontPage, SoftQuad HoTMetaL PRO, NetObjects Fusion, Adobe PageMill and Symantec Visual Page
    http://www.hotwired.com/webmonkey/geektalk/97/16/index4a.html?collection=html
    Why WYSIWYG HTML editors should be avoided.
    http://www.jcinteractive.com/nswishlist/submit.shtml
    Submit wish for the new (free source) Netscape Navigator: bugs/features
    http://www.objectwatch.com/whatsnew.htm
    Newsletter about DCOM; book reviews, Microsoft-centric/biased. At http://www.objectwatch.com/issue10.htm, http://www.objectwatch.com/bookstor.htm etc.
    http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/news/scope/100897.htm
    FAQ for ActiveX. "It was convenient to use "ActiveX" as a catch-all to describe our component technology. Eventually, some people saw ActiveX as the whole platform. It's not. It's just the packaging and deployment technology.". DCOM
    http://www.\microsoft.com/msj/0398/activex0398top.htm
    MTS (Microsoft Transaction Server ) and state. DCOM. Includes: "Historically, COM has been a state-ignorant programming model. COM knows only about behavior. Period. ", "MTS's scalability comes primarily from having a sane concurrency and error-recovery model based on transactional programming. ", a lot about state, transactions, bytes used, scalability. Good. DCOM.
    http://www.rkp.com/frontier/cowpoke/
    QuicKeys, KeyQuencer equivalent for Frontier
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/Welcome/dsmsdn/msdn_093098.htm
    Dr. GUI, "COM, and ATL, Part 3: Getting objects and interfaces". Alternative URL: <http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/Welcome/dsmsdn/DrGUI021099.htm>. Includes: "You will have to create a CLSID for each object type you write and an IID for each custom interface you create", integer pointer referring to an array (in IDL), how COM objects are actually created, "there's no such thing as a pointer to an object; we always refer to the object through an interface pointer.", how Visual Basic looks up the CLSID given the name (class.method) using registry entries, how to get an interface pointer to one of an object's other interfaces, . DCOM. Good. Old URL: <http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/news/drgui/022398.htm>
    http://www.microsoft.com/visualc/stl/
    STL for Visual C++ documentation
    http://www.webchamps.com/chrisw/
    CGI4NT. CGI for Windows NT. Perl, C, VB, WinCgi scripts and executables. Apache Console.
    http://www.mainevent.com/scorecard/
    Submit your scriptable application for rating. Also enters Apple's databases. Submit address: ZZZZreview@script.org. Not online as of 1998-03-03
    http://www.highlander.co.uk/english/numega/bc_faq.htm
    BoundsChecker FAQ. BoundsChecker is . US$ 699. Different versions: "BoundsChecker Visual C++ Edition" and "BoundsChecker Standard"; SmartCheck for VB; for both: "DevPartner Studio". Site sells NuMega Technologies's BoundsChecker
    http://www.highlander.co.uk/english/numega/team.htm
    Good, high-level explanation of what BoundsChecker is
    http://oasis.bellevue.k12.wa.us/cheeseb/links/individualscripters.html
    <Really inside document at: #Individual>. List of personal AppleScript pages. Includes: AppleScript examples, PGP,
    http://oasis.bellevue.k12.wa.us/cheeseb/links/otherlinks.html
    <Really inside document at: #Stuff>. My "Implementing AppleScript Support" linked here!
    http://www.numega.com/fs_products.htm
    Debugging tools for C++ and Visual Basic. Includes SmartCheck, TrueTime, BoundsChecker/NuMega DevPartner Studio
    http://www.ticom.co.kr/products/bc/bc_qts.htm
    Customer quotes for BoundsChecker 5.0
    http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/6740/allfiles.htm
    Visual Basic snippets: Copy/move/rename, fax/email/attachments with OLE from your app, wait functions, Import comma delimited textfile, Map Network Drives, Getfilesize
    http://www.microsoft.com/standards/xml/xmldata-f.htm
    XML data. Includes examples.
    http://xml.datachannel.com/XMLTreeViewer/demo.html
    Some DCOM information. Includes links to papers and book references, "Professional DCOM Programming"
    http://xml.datachannel.com/XMLTreeViewer/demo.html
    Demo of XML. .Java-applet
    http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/archive/bycolumn.htm
    Archive of Dr. GUI columns. Dr. GUI answers development questions about Windows and Internet in a good and concise way, including about COM/DCOM
    http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/news/drgui/102097.htm
    Dr. GUI on XML. Best description of XML encountered so far. Includes: "XML is just a standard for encoding data", "you can build an XML parser in days, not months", namespaces, schemas. Good.
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/c.asp?A=T&T=B&M=F
    KB - Microsoft developer Knowlegde Base
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/betty/responders/RPC.html
    Betty - XML RPC Responder. Frontier code for handling XML
    http://www.scripting.com/fatpages/about.html
    Fat Pages - what is it? page. Frontier
    http://www.techsoln.com/frontier/xml/
    XML suite for Frontier. Importing, creating, manipulating and exporting XML documents from within Frontier.
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/xml/experiments/guestbook.html
    Example XML
    http://www.frontierusers.net/
    Frontier Users Network. News oriented site.
    http://www.inforoute.cgs.fr/leberre1/coolink.htm
    Perl for Win32, list of links
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Park/8312/
    Perl for Win32 Page. Includes: Perl IIS DLL and Internet Information Serverl; Essential Info to set Up M$ Webservers, Mail On Windows NT; sendmail, Registry Extensions, Socket programming example scripts; including mail testing,
    http://www.winzip.com/
    WinZip, a shareware GUI unzipper. Supports long file names
    ftp://ftp.uu.net/pub/archiving/zip/WIN32/
    Info-Zip Unzip, a command-line free unzipper. supports long file names (LFN) under Windows NT/95. Most Perl distributions for Windows NT use LFN...
    http://www.endcontsw.com/people/evangelo/Perl_for_Win32_FAQ.html
    Perl for Win32 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). Includes: Binary/text files - "Perl for Win32, and the C runtime library it uses, open file in text mode by default. - binmode". Good
    http://gepasi.dbs.aber.ac.uk/softw/Blat.html
    BLAT. Windows NT equivalent to sendmail on UNIX/Linux. Microsoft port of sendmail: <ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/developr/drg/unix-to-windows/ports/sendmail/>. See also: <http://www.endcontsw.com/people/evangelo/Perl_for_Win32_FAQ_4.html#4_5>
    http://www.winimage.com/bootpart.htm
    Utility to make DOS, Windows 95, Windows NT Workstation, Windows NT Server and UNIX/Linux partitions accessible from the Windows NT boot loader
    http://www.dantz.com/
    Vendor of Retrospect, a backup program for Macintosh (only)
    http://www.acm.org/cacm/AUG96/antimac.htm
    The Anti-Mac interface. About user interface design. "The Anti-Mac interface is not intended to be hostile to the Macintosh, only different."
    http://www.cs.rpi.edu/~musser/container.html
    Cost of using the different STL containers: vector<T>, deque<T>, list<T>, set<T, Compare>, multiset<T, Compare>, map<Key, T, Compare>
    http://www.bei.co.uk/products/prod02.htm
    UltraBac for Windows NT. Backup software for Windows NT. US$ 495 (server only) - 1295 (network, other servers)
    http://www.techarts.com/windowsnttools/backupexec/default.htm
    Backup Exec. Backup software for Windows NT. COM/DCOM based (). Demo available. Referenced at http://bestbargains.com/idx/SOFTWARE/BACK_UP/NT/y.html
    http://www.legato.com/nt/
    Legato NetWorker&REG; 4.4 for Windows NT. Backup software for Windows NT. US$ 5000
    http://www.novastor.com/backup/datasheets/n_backup.html
    NovaBACKUP. Backup software for Windows NT. List of international resellers at <http://www.novastor.com/nova_store/info/intl_resellers.html>. Demo available. Used at http://www.alloycp.com.au/Technical/backup.htm
    http://www.worksta.com/index.htm
    Quick Restore. Backup software for Windows NT. Does it require a UNIX/Linux based server?
    http://www.perl.com/CPAN-local/doc/manual/html/pod/perlsyn.html
    Perl control constructs: if, while, for, foreach, SWITCH, "no official switch statement in Perl, because there are already several ways to write the equivalent"
    http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/join/subscriptions.htm
    Description of MSDN subscribtion levels: Library Subscription, Professional Subscription, Universal Subscription. Details at: <http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/join/subdetails.htm>
    http://www.microsoft.com/vstudio/prodinfo/tooldescriptions/default.htm
    Description of Microsoft Visual Studio 97. Levels: Learning Edition, Professional Edition, Enterprise Edition
    http://www.microsoft.com/visualtools/USpricing.htm
    Prices for Microsoft Visual tools
    http://www.teledanmark.dk/kundeservice/privat/udlpris.htm
    Country codes, telephones. Includes: price per minute
    http://www.idmcomp.com/downloads/additional.html
    Wordfiles for UltraEdit - for syntax highlighting. Includes Perl, x86 assembler, Java, MATLAB, VHDL. Also macros for HTML
    http://www.byte.com/art/9803/sec5/sec5.htm
    "Byte" cover story about XML. Table of contents page. Includes: "You can think of XML as a kind of SGML Lite", reference to Richard Light's book "Presenting XML", "What's the catch? XML is not compatible with today's HTML", "XML enforces syntax rules more rigorously", released by Microsoft: ActiveX control for displaying XML in a browser, description of XSL, XLL, COM interface to the DOM, <sidebars> Good
    http://www.scripting.com/97/12/news27.xml
    XML example.
    http://www.arbortext.com/xmlwp.html
    XML for managers. <to be reviewed>
    http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/u/relander/XML/
    XML tutorial. <to be reviewed>
    http://ala.vsms.nottingham.ac.uk/vsms/java/
    Virtual Course covering Java and XML. <to be reviewed>
    http://www.oasis-open.org/cover/xml.html
    XML. Refers to Frontier work. Very long document. Very detailed annotation. <to be reviewed>. Old URL: <http://www.sil.org/sgml/xml.html>.
    http://www.ucc.ie/xml/
    XML FAQ. <to be reviewed>
    http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/u/relander/XML/Wave/xml_mw.html
    XML: The New Markup Wave. <to be reviewed>
    http://www.stud.ifi.uio.no/~larsga/download/xml/xml_eng.html
    Introduction to XML. Includes examples. <to be reviewed>
    http://www.ltg.ed.ac.uk/software/xml/
    LT XML tool-kit. <to be reviewed>
    http://www.venus.co.uk/omf/cml/doc/tutorial/xml.html
    An introduction to Structured Documents. XML. <to be reviewed>
    http://www.vsms.nottingham.ac.uk/vsms/xml/jewels.html
    XML-DEV Jewels mailing list. Forum for developers of XML applications, resources and other materials. Includes: XML and whitespace, links, binary Data in XML? (discussion), <to be reviewed>.
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Peaks/5957/wxml.html
    Introduction to XML. <to be reviewed>
    http://www.perl.com/perl-xml.html
    Perl Support for XML Developing. Includes: ".. helps frustrate the efforts of those who would imprison human knowledge behind the barbed-wire of proprietary file formats.". Not much more than statements of intent (right now).
    http://www.cnet.com/Content/Builder/Authoring/Shafer/072897/index.html
    XML and <META> tags. XML. Includes: "consider taking a technical leadership role in your Web-building community, and start hammering out informal agreements on vocabularies",
    http://www.cnet.com/Content/Builder/Authoring/Xml20/ss06a.html
    "HTML browsers seem to be in a "race to the bottom" to see who can accept the worst HTML. That's one reason Web browsers have gotten so big."
    http://www.cnet.com/Content/Builder/Authoring/Xml20/?st.bl.fd.gifb.feat
    What is XML really all about. Top 20 questions about XML (on 20 separate pages, as http://www.cnet.com/Content/Builder/Authoring/Xml20/ss01.html, ss02, ss03, etc),. Good "What is it?" document. Includes: "Perhaps XML's best feature, though, is its inherent extensibility.", XML-based languages in use: MS CDF; RDF; OSD, "XML may become a way for databases from different vendors to exchange information across the Internet" (02), XML will be used in different ways: One is for data interchange from a Web server to a user's browser. The other is between applications, or from machine to machine. (04), "XML is not a language itself", schema: alternative approach to the DTD; can define data types (05), "XML character data is never left hanging without an ending markup designation" (06), "Since XML data is separate from its presentation, the ability to actually display XML natively in a Web browser requires a style sheet, such as XSL", "The DOM lets scripts and programs access structured XML data" (10)
    http://www.microsoft.com/devonly/prodinfo/vcpinfo/vcpinfo.htm
    Visual C++ home page. Windows
    http://forums.infoworld.com/threads/get.cgi?47556
    XML discussion. Like news, but on the web.
    http://www.vervet.com/text.html
    Beta version for XML editor "XML < PRO >". Download at <http://www.vervet.com/xmlproB1.exe>
    http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/10961.html
    Story: "Perl Opens Arms to XML"
    http://www.scripting.com/98/03/stories/contentServerPreview.html
    Content server test. Send messages to ZZZZZZZtechnotes@scripting.com. Log at <http://betty.userland.com/techNotes/pageLog.html>. Frontier
    http://www.ucc.ie/xml/?id=2QWN
    <http://www.ucc.ie/xml/>? The XML FAQ Includes: "XML will allow groups of people or organizations to create their own customized markup languages for exchanging information in their domain (music, chemistry, electronics, hill-walking, finance, surfing, linguistics, mathematics, knitting, history, engineering, rabbit-keeping etc)", "Authors and providers can design their own document types using XML, instead of being stuck with HTML. Document types can be explicitly tailored to an audience, so the cumbersome fudging that has to take place with HTML to achieve special effects should become a thing of the past: authors and designers will be free to invent their own markup elements;". XML. Good
    http://ala.vsms.nottingham.ac.uk/vsms/java/
    Virtual Course covering Java and XML. From Virtual School of Molecular Sciences; on-line virtual community. "aimed at programmers and creators of information in science and related disciplines and uses the power of Java and XML". Price: 300 GBP for academics and 1000 GBP for others. CD-ROM based. Includes: CML (Chemical markup language) tutorial, JUMBO - the world's only XML browser (written in 60000 lines of Java), Molbio.
    http://www.textuality.com/sgml-erb/WD-xml-link.html
    XML-LINK specification. Defining true hyperlinks.
    http://ala.vsms.nottingham.ac.uk/vsms/biotools/module1/problem.html
    A text-based problem in Bioinformatics. Java. SWISSPROT. Includes: The unit of information is an entry, "you must have access to the documentation to write a valid parsing routine" (SWISSPROT), example SWISSPROT entry with annotation. Molbio.
    http://www.first.gmd.de/persons/leo/java/Telnet/
    Full featured Telnet application written in Java.
    http://www.biochem.ucl.ac.uk/bsm/dbbrowser/CINEMA2.1/
    CINEMA - Colour INteractive Editor for Multiple Alignments. In Java - complete Java application with menus, etc. At <http://www.biochem.ucl.ac.uk/bsm/dbbrowser/CINEMA2.1/cinema2ahdr.html>. Visualisation and manipulation of both protein and DNA sequences. Includes: coloured according to residue type (acidic, basic, aromatic, etc.), 6-frame translation of DNA sequences, (6 frames translation) database types SWISS-PROT, PIR, NRL-3D, scop, CATH, PROSITE, SBASE. Good. Molbio.
    http://www.venus.co.uk/omf/cml/applets.html
    CML/XML viewer. EXPERIMENTAL. Molbio.
    http://www.lists.ic.ac.uk/hypermail/xml-dev/
    Archive of XML developers mailing list.
    http://www.sil.org/sgml/xml.html
    Old URL: <http://www.sil.org/sgml/related.html#xm>l. Annotated list of links.
    http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/10961.html
    Perl and XML. Goes somewhat into detail about Perl "culture"; "Traditionally, members of the Perl community have been quite skeptical about the promise of XML."
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/xml/code/
    3 examples of Frontier and XML
    http://srs.ebi.ac.uk:5000/srs5/man/mi_wgetz.html
    <Really inside document at: #callwgetz>. How to link to SRS from Web-pages. Molbio.
    ftp://ftp.ebi.ac.uk/pub/databases/swissprot/release/userman.txt
    User manual for SWISSPROT. 1132 KB !. Molbio.
    ftp://ftp.ebi.ac.uk/pub/databases/swissprot/release/speclist.txt
    List of organism identification codes (SWISSPROT only?). Molbio.
    ftp://ftp.ebi.ac.uk/pub/databases/swissprot/release/tisslist.txt
    List of tissues in RC line (SWISSPROT only?). Molbio.
    ftp://ftp.ebi.ac.uk/pub/databases/swissprot/release/speindex.txt
    Species index (SWISSPROT only?). Molbio.
    http://www.ebi.ac.uk/~tommaso/projects.html
    Longer description of SPTREMBL. Includes EMBL database issues: ORACLE/flatfile/legacy/UNIX/Linux/ C++ libs/. Molbio.
    http://info.med.yale.edu/wmkeck/procmald.htm
    <Really inside document at: #maldi>. What is MALDI? References PeptideSearch for WWW and discusses features, use and evaluation of results. Comparison with ProFound (as it relates to the practical use). Parent page: <http://info.med.yale.edu/wmkeck/prochem.htm>. Molbio.
    http://swift.embl-heidelberg.de/descr/
    Members of the Sander group. Molbio.
    http://www.sander.ebi.ac.uk/
    Sander group, at the EBI. EMBL server: <http://www.sander.embl-heidelberg.de/>. Molbio.
    http://alces.med.umn.edu/rawtrans.html
    DNA sequence translation. 6 frame. Molbio.
    http://www.seqnet.dl.ac.uk/course/sites.html
    Bioinformatics WWW Resources. Includes: BLAST services, PeptideMass for peptide mass for a given protein. Molbio.
    http://www.expasy.ch/sprot/peptide-mass.html
    PeptideMass for peptide mass for a given protein. Also pI, Cys modifications include: Iodoacetic acid, Iodoacetamide, 4-vinyl pyridene, Acrylamide. Can display all known post-translational modifications. Molbio.
    http://www.ebi.ac.uk/ebi_docs/swissprot_db/relnotes34.html
    SWISSPROT manual. Includes: aminoacids distribution, species numbers, longest sequences, model ornanisms. Molbio.
    http://www.molbiol.ox.ac.uk/tutorials/year2_theory.html
    Document title: "Bioinformatics: Theoretical background". Includes short description of databases, e.g. SPTREMBL, PIR, GENBANK, SWISSPROT, PDB. Molbio.
    http://www.nbif.org/data/molbio_data.html
    Annotated list of links for search tools, databases, . Molbio.
    http://www.caos.kun.nl/news/cammsa.html
    Bioinformatics News. 1993-. Molbio.
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/srs5bin/cgi-bin/wgetz?-fun+pagelibinfo+-info+NRDB
    NRDB database at EMBL. Number of entries. 301367 entries as of 1998-03-24. Molbio.
    http://www.ntinternals.com/
    Windows NT Internals. GIF at the left looks 3 dimensional
    http://www.wam.umd.edu/~mikenel/dcom/dcomtool.htm
    DCOM utilities. Includes: Utility to register and unregister type libraries, DCOM Performance and Diagnostic Testing Utility, DCOM bridge, ATL call-backs example
    http://www.wam.umd.edu/~mikenel/dcom/dcomfw.htm
    DCOM internals; on the TCP/port/ level. Includes: "DCOM stores raw IP addresses in the interface marshaling packets", "several registry settings which control the DCOM port restriction functionality"
    http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/~gemuend/
    Christine Gemnd. ESA/ESTEC, now EMBL. Molbio.
    http://www.windowware.com/winware/winbatch.html
    QuicKeys equivalent for Windows. Called WinBatch
    http://www.lancs.ac.uk/people/cpaap/pfe/
    Windows Text editor. Pfe - Programmer's File Editor. Free
    http://www.arachnoid.com/lutusp/arach.html
    Anachrophilia. Free. Windows. support for HTML, macros, configurable function keys and toolbars, built-in syntax colouring for C, C++ and Java
    http://www.remcomp.com/lcc-win32/
    Text editor. Windows. Wedit. Comes with C source code as part of the lcc package. What is lcc??
    http://ws3.scripting.com/WindowsNewbies/mailsearch.fcgi?id=33194
    FAQ for windows-newbies mailing list. Includes replacement programs for Mac software; e.g. Clip2gif, Windows equivalent for MacInTouch!!!!!!. Good
    http://www.rimarts.co.jp/
    Dana. Text editor. Windows
    http://www.fyens.dk/
    Fyens Stiftstidende - Danish newspaper
    http://www.xml.com/
    XML goes live...
    http://www.cs.nwu.edu/academics/courses/c11/notes/stl-summary.html
    STL overview. Includes: priority_queue, how to empty/erase/delete contents of container; l.erase(iterator1, iterator2)
    http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/jak/proglang/cpp/stltut/
    HTML version: http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/jak/proglang/cpp/stltut/tut.htm Old URL: http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/jak/programming/stl-tutorial/home.html. A Modest STL Tutorial. Includes: Introduction to STL's five kinds of components: containers, iterators, algorithms, function objects and allocators, good explanation of iterators, in an example sort using STL is 20 times faster than qsort !!!, adaptors: istream_iterator to read e.g. integers from a stream like cin, use of typedef to make names less messy,
    http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/jak/proglang/cpp/stltut/tut.html
    A Modest STL Tutorial, HTML version
    http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/11265.html
    "The XML Files: The Truth Is In Here". Refers to the anti-hype document, ???? Includes: "XML ... the universal format for structuring data", ref to ICE (Information and Content Exchange)
    http://www.finetuning.com/
    Annotated XML links. Includes: namespaces in XML, Web-native Distributed Computing Resources, XML FAQ and White Papers,
    http://www.finetuning.com/xml.html
    XML Resources. Annotated list of links. Comprehensive annotation.
    http://csb0.ipc.pku.edu.cn/~liwz/home/hypertree/course/section3/gencode.html
    Not available on 2000-09-08. WWW-server no longer in existence? Genetic code table. Also includes: "variations on it are found in mitochondria and chloroplasts", the third base is called the wobble base, reading frames, definition of Open Reading Frame (ORF) - NO STOP CODONS; MAY indicate it's a coding sequence, Unidentified Reading Frames (URFs). This document is located in China!. Good. Molbio.
    http://www.bang.org/recap.html
    Next BANG Meeting. Mentions AppleScript: "AppleScript will be 100% supported in the Yellow Box Framework, principally to support the printing/pre-press industry. I personally believe that along with Distributed Objects, this will give Apple an extraordinary advantage over all other operating systems"
    http://www.odi.com/content/products/pse/XMLDownload.htm
    Disadvantage of using relational databases with XML: "Unlike Object DBMS, relational databases must map XML to relational tables and construct and flatten XML structures into rows and columns each time data is needed". Two diagrams compares use of object database and relational database. Includes: XML data is a hierachy of elements (objects) that describes and represents data. XML.
    http://www-dcm.nfic.com:8080/servlet/javaAndFrontier
    Cowboy Coffee (Java and Frontier together). Example of using XML to describe an object with properties (type, name, value), . Includes: "all of the data was turned into strings in Frontier", "Microsoft XML parser for Java .. is really cool ... doesn't require a file which most other parsers do", XML
    http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/5166.html
    XML: Roll Your Own Markup Language (Part 2). Good, clear explanations. Java parser at: <http://www.textuality.com/Lark/> Includes: "you can invent your own tags", "The idea in XML is that the tags just say what the data is - you want formatting, use a stylesheet; you want behavior, use the document object model, or glue methods to tags some other way. That way you've decoupled the domains, and you can really make solid improvements in one without compromising the other.", "XML will give all the search engines a big shot in the arm", "As for you and your homepage, you're kind of stuck until the big browsers support XML natively."
    http://nsipp.gsfc.nasa.gov/enso/sat/
    El Nino, current view from space. World-wide view at <http://nsipp.gsfc.nasa.gov/enso/sat/sststillanom.htm>
    http://www.aristeia.com/~smeyers/ddjpaper1.html
    C++ Program Analyzers. No resonse at 1998-03-30T11:26:00+02:00. Check for violations of rules from Scott Meyers' Effective C++ and More Effective C++. Old URL: <http://www.teleport.com/~smeyers/ddjpaper1.html>
    http://summary.net/soft/analog.html
    Analog for Macintosh. Analog is a WWW log file analyzer. Analog home page: <http://www.statslab.cam.ac.uk/~sret1/analog/>
    http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/11327.html
    Strong encryption in Netscape. Will be combined with Netscape Navigator source code. Mozilla Crypto Group
    http://www.jclark.com/xml/xp/
    XML 1.0 parser. Written in Java. Free.
    http://www.mozilla.org/download.html
    Netscape Navigator source code start site. Mirrors of <http://www.mozilla.org/mirrors.html>, including at <ftp://sunsite.auc.dk/pub/mozilla/>
    http://x1.dejanews.com/getdoc.xp?AN=190785474&threaded=1&CONTEXT=891447198.1875705867&hitnum=0
    GiroBank, reg.nr. 1199. 1996
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier/snippets/saveACopy.html
    Speeding up Frontier by saving a copy of the root file and use it as the new root. This is the equivalent of SpeedDisk for Frontier
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/olesrvr/design1.htm
    Includes: "Functions Should Return HRESULTs", HRESULT values, Factoring, Number of methods per interface, MIDL tips, section on running MIDL
    http://www.natinst.com/denmark
    National Instruments, Denmark. Includes LabVIEW hands-on seminar, <http://digital.natinst.com/denmark.nsf/trade+show+request+(HTML)>. URL maps to <http://digital.natinst.com/denmark.nsf>
    http://www.gnu.org/order/ftp.html
    GNU Home page. WWW-server was not responding as of 1998-04-02.
    http://www.cygnus.com/misc/gnu-win32/
    The GNU-Win32 Project. Currently at Beta 19
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/com/
    Description of the COM interface to Frontier. Includes: class ID for Frontier
    http://www.wotsit.demon.co.uk/
    Collection of file format descriptions. Includes .DBF (dBase). FITS, MPEG,
    http://www.biap.com/downloads/biapchat/run.biapchat
    Uses Java Applet for chat
    http://www.pierlou.com/visxml/
    Visual XML. Product. Alpha version downloadable. Screen shots at: <http://www.pierlou.com/visxml/lookfeel.htm>
    http://www.scripting.com/98/04/stories/callingFrontierFromPerlOnW.html
    Calling Frontier from Perl. Uses Windows Scripting Host!
    http://www.ptf.com/macperl/ptf_book/HTML/
    MacPerl, full text of a book. Top-level document - links to individual chapters. Includes AppleScript
    http://www.ptf.com/macperl/ptf_book/HTML/345.AppleScript.html
    Examples of calling AppleScript from MacPerl and vice versa. Includes: delimited text to represent lists of elements when passing between the two, Mac::OSAmodule
    http://www.ptf.com/macperl/ptf_book/HTML/505.Books.html
    Long list of books related to Perl. Annotated. Includes: Advanced Perl Programming - "A wonderful book; covers many of the esoteric areas left blank by Programming Perl", Perl 5 by Example, Perl 5 for Dummies, Mastering Regular Expressions (Comprehensible, practical, and authoritative ), Applied Cryptography (The book the NSA really wishes you wouldn't buy..), Good
    http://language.perl.com/
    Perl language page. <To be reviewed>
    http://reference.perl.com/
    Perl Reference page. <To be reviewed>
    http://mspress.microsoft.com/reslink/preview/toolbox/tools3/srvany.htm
    Run any Windows NT application as a service. Part of <http://mspress.microsoft.com/prod/books/1358.htm>
    http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/NOTE-PGML-19980410.html
    PGML - Precision Graphics Markup Language. Long document, 108 KB
    http://www.cnet.com/Content/Builder/openstudio/reviews.html?st.bl.os.nav.pr
    Scripting products (for web-sites?). Reviews, scripting tips, Includes: review of Frontier 5
    http://www.cygnus.com/misc/wp/dec96pub/lib-iostreams.html
    Documentation of getline and other stream things in the standard C++ library
    http://www.cerfnet.com/~mpcline/c++-faq-lite/
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.microsoft.com/ntserver/community/y2k.asp?A=2&B=0
    Windows NT 5.0 page
    http://www.microsoft.com/ntserver/guide/whitepapers.asp?A=2&B=11
    Windows NT 4.0 white papers, including some on DCOM: "DCOM: A business overview", "DCOM: A technical overview", "DCOM Architecture", "DCOM Solutions in Action", "Windows Scripting Host". Also includes: Hydra (alias Terminal Server), serve 32-bit Windows applications to terminals and terminal emulators, Microsoft WindowsÿNT from a UNIX/Linux Point of View,
    http://www.macintouch.com/exchange.html
    Reports about trouble with MS Exchange servers. Worrying
    http://www.badstuen.dk/
    Activity house: workshops, keramics, photo, ... Cafe. Odense. Man-tors kl. 11-22 Son kl. 10-16
    http://www2.gsoc.dlr.de/scripts/satvis/iridium.asp
    Prediction of Iridium satellite flashes. Astro. Where is the observers position specified?? Go to <http://www2.gsoc.dlr.de/scripts/satvis/detailform.asp> (?). Or start from <http://www.gsoc.dlr.de/satvis>
    http://www.salonmagazine.com/21st/feature/1998/04/cov_14feature2.html
    Closed vs. open source. Research/algorithm vs. well known algoritms type of systems. Cross-over of payoff curves. Also includes: oftware industry continues to misperceive itself as a manufacturing industry, instead of a service industry
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/LDP/HOWTO/GCC-HOWTO.html
    the UNIX/Linux GCC HOWTO, gcc/g++ and UNIX/Linux. Table of contents page: Preliminaries, Where to get things, GCC installation and setup, Porting and Compiling, Debugging and Profiling, Linking, Dynamic Loading, Contacting the developers, The Remains, Index. ***Includes (in those pages): official documentation for gcc is in the source distribution as texinfo files and as .info files, gcc version (gcc -v), make sure that you always compile with -fno-strength-reduce, gdb, UPS (true GUI) and strace for debugging, enabling core files, -p and gprof for profiling, nm <libraryname> lista all the symbols that <libraryname> has references to, definition of "weak" links, definition of "minor" (not allowed to break old programs) and "major" for version numbers, ELF (Executable and Linking Format) - ease of building shared libraries,
    http://builder.cnet.com/Programming/Kahn/021198/?st.bl.os.tut.sscol
    Internet Explorer 4.0 window opening bug. Windows NT. Essentially regsvr32 actxprxy.dll and regsvr32 shdocvw.dll
    http://www.eu.microsoft.com/danmark/events/devcon/default.asp
    Microsoft COM/DCOM/Middleware Conference in Copenhagen, 1998-04-30. Now cancelled because of labor strike in Denmark.
    http://betty.userland.com/dtd/list.wsf
    List of DTDs. XML.
    http://www.strw.leidenuniv.nl/~deul/practicum/html/chapter4.html
    UNIX/Linux introduction. Includes: CTRL + Z, bg, fg, jobs, ps and kill.
    http://www.scriptmeridian.org/tutorials/writing/guide06.html
    Denote submenus, and enclosing menu command references in quotes.
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/tcp/default.html
    Frontier 5 and Internet: Setting up a Frontier Server, Using the Inetd Web Server, How to Write Inetd Servers, Frontier CGI Scripting
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/tcp/cgiscripting.html
    CGI framework for Frontier 5.
    http://www.queso.com/ntService.html
    AutoFrontier. Visual Basic script for starting Frontier as a service and shutting it down at power-down
    http://www.fyens.dk/
    Fyns Stiftstidende
    http://www.vcdj.com/vcdj/oct96/tinycom.htm
    Tiny COM: Design Principles for Remotable Interfaces. Article in Visual C++ developers journal. DCOM.
    http://www.vcdj.com/boards/board.asp?board=components
    Discussion about components. DCOM
    http://www.vcdj.com/sia/compnt.htm
    Links to book reviews and other sites for components. Includes: MFC mailing list, DCOM mailing list. DCOM
    ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/Softlib/mslfiles/DEVGUID.EXE
    Microsoft's MFC Library Development Guidelines (an EXE file). DCOM
    http://www.microsoft.com/sitebuilder/resource/mail.asp
    List of mailing lists run by Microsoft. Includes: ATL, DCOM, MFC, Visual Basic, scripting for Internet Explorer. DCOM
    http://www.visionx.com/mfcpro/bookmags.htm
    Review of COM/MFC related books; including "Beginning MFC COM Programming ", "Inside Visual C++, Fourth Edition". Also includes long list of books and of magazines. This document is part of MFC professional. DCOM
    http://www.vcdj.com/vcdj/nov96/ole.htm
    SafeArrays. Includes: "... we must still repeatedly delve into the OLE SDK SafeArray APIs to add array-passing semantics to method arguments and non-parameterized properties.", "... downside of parameterized properties, however, is the amount of overhead incurred every time an array element is accessed. This approach becomes impractical for large arrays manipulated by out-of-process servers, and prohibitive for Remote Automation." This document is in 10 parts. DCOM. Good
    http://www.gen.com/mushroom/mfcfy/mfchome.htm
    MFC For Yourself E-zine. NOT free.
    http://www.visionx.com/mfcpro/ware.htm
    Shareware/freeware for MFC/DCOM development. Includes: Retab32 -- a C/C++ source code beautifier/formatter, Exemplar Setup Toolkit (more features than any InstallShield3) . DCOM
    http://mspress.microsoft.com/ORDER/bookstore.asp
    List of Microsoft Press books. DCOM
    http://www.ddj.com/index/subject/idx10908.htm
    MFC, list of articles about in Dr. Dobb's journal
    http://devcentral.iftech.com/learning/tutorials/
    Programming tutorials, including MFC, Win32, C/C++, ISAPI, graphics programming and Motif.
    http://www.stingsoft.com/mfc_faq/
    MFC FAQ. Funny.
    http://www.vcdj.com/vcdj/oct96/mfccom.htm
    MFC and the Component Object Model. Is it dated? - article date is 1996-10. Includes: "COM is just a specification". This document is in 6 parts. DCOM. Good
    http://www.vcdj.com/vcdj/nov96/bug.htm
    Front-End Bug Smashing in Visual C++ and MFC. Use of asserts. Includes: custom macro for user-friendly fashion asserts in non-Debug builds. Good
    http://www.vcdj.com/vcdj/nov96/bug4.htm
    Use of MFC AfxIsValidAddress() function in asserts to test pointers.
    http://www.r2m.com/windev/MFC.html
    Visual C++ and Microsoft Foundation Classes Internet Resources. Annotated list of links. Includes: Expert's Exchange; post your MFC programming question, Pinnacle Publishings's Visual C++ Tips, Ask the MFC Pro. Last updated 1997-01-30.
    http://www.experts-exchange.com/comp/os-ms-windows/programming/mfc/
    Expert's Exchange, MFC. Post question and get notified by E-mail. Registration is required.
    http://www.vcdj.com/vcdj/oct96/tinycom.htm
    Tiny COM: Design Principles for Remotable Interfaces. Includes: "client-side marshaler (the proxy) has to copy function-call arguments into a marshaling buffer to transmit them to the object-side marshaler (the stub), "It also helps to be familiar with attributes in Microsoft IDL (Interface Definition Language) that affect remoting (v1_enum, length_is, transmit_as)", "for the sake of having a 32-bit portability standard, all strings should be in Unicode characters", Impact of protocol on performance. DCOM
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0201634465/002-2485052-8940621
    "Essential COM". Book. DCOM
    http://www.develop.com/dbox/combook
    Homepage for the book "Essential COM". DCOM. Not much content. Points to Addison Wesley Longman's Page, <http://cseng.aw.com/bookdetail.qry?ISBN=0-201-63446-5&ptype=0>, where it can be purchased.
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/subst/categories/computer-programming/box-author-interview/002-2485052-8940621
    "Essential COM" - interview with the author. Book. DCOM
    http://arctic.www.hummingbird.com/products/exceed/
    X-Windows client for Windows NT. UNIX/Linux
    http://www.fyens.dk/GulGraData/143.html
    Vaskemaskiner, Fyn/Odense
    http://www.wheeler.dk/
    Prices for hardware/software. In Danish. Dansk.
    http://www2.vision.net.au/~jcurran/gallery.html
    Swimsuit gallary
    http://www.borland.com/products/downloads/download_cbuilder.html#
    Features in the 3 versions of C++Builder 3. Vendor: Borland, now INPRISE. Old: <http://www.inprise.com/bcppbuilder/overallmatrix.html>.
    http://www.everyware.dk/
    Reasonable prices for software. Borland/INPRISE: <http://www.everyware.dk/1borland.htm>
    https://www.numega.com/secure/purchase/order_secure.htm
    Order page for BoundsChecker
    http://www.numega.com/products/cc/bc_std.htm
    BoundsChecker, standard edition. US$ 399, from <http://www.numega.com/purchase/pricing.htm>. Specific errors detected at <http://www.numega.com/products/vc/compare.htm>, e.g. Memory leaked leaving scope
    http://www.proconsult.dk/
    Sell PCs. Odense/Denmark. Tlf. 63 11 33 33. Fax 63 11 33 44 E-mail: ZZZZproconsult@proconsult.dk
    http://195.41.108.168/
    Protana colour printer
    http://www.economist.com/editorial/freeforall/current/index_st4501.html
    Untangling the Web. Article in The Economist about XML.
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/subst/categories/computer%2Dprogramming/box%2Dauthor%2Dinterview/002-2394103-4196832
    Interview with the author of "Essential COM", Don Box. Includes: "Another common scenario that most tools ignore is implementing a class that only implements existing interfaces. Both Visual Basic and the wizards in Visual C++ do a less than stellar job on both of these fronts. That being stated, I still love Visual Basic. It is so immediate. It really appeals to the MTV viewer in me.", refers to the book "Understanding ActiveX and OLE", "I used Stroustrup's The C++ Programming Language as my model when writing the book. I've always loved that book and wanted to write the analog in COM.", new book "Effective COM" to come out in mid-1998
    http://www.protana.com
    IP-address: 195.41.108.2
    http://alpha1.hnett.no/privat/Borge_Trongmo/langinfo/samples/comwin32.htm
    COM Object implemented with Win32 programming, Example. Show how to a create a simple COM object without using any class libraries. But does not mention leak problem. Includes: IDL/ODL, BSTR* as out parameters, . DCOM
    http://alpha1.hnett.no/privat/Borge_Trongmo/
    Hva er COM?. In Norwegian. Includes: Mer om HRESULT, . DCOM.
    http://www.parasoft.com/insure/index.htm
    Insure++. Development tool for UNIX/Linux. Finds algorithmic anomalies, bugs, and deficiencies. More specific: coverage analysis, memory corruption due to reading or writing beyond the valid areas, operations on uninitialized, NULL, or "wild" pointers, memory leaks, errors allocating and freeing dynamic memory, string manipulation errors, operations on pointers to unrelated data blocks, invalid pointer operations, incompatible variable declarations, mismatched variable types in printf and scanf argument lists
    http://microsoft.ease.lsoft.com/archives/dcom.html
    Archives of DCOM discussion. Mailing list? - ZZZZZ_DCOM@LISTSERV.MSN.COM?. About 50 messages per week. Searchable - though not very fast - because it returns CONTENT of matches?. High signal-to-noise ratio. DCOM. Good
    http://microsoft.ease.lsoft.com/archives/index.html
    Home of mailing list archives for Microsoft. Includes: ATL, DCOM, Internet Explorer Automation, MFC.
    http://search.excite.com/search.gw?lk=default&c=web&qbe=3228939&ctag=354807D7&showSummary=true&sorig=d
    Good search for DCOM/MFC related things. No longer, now shows SFU Libraries ...
    http://gbnic.gb.com.cn/document/activeX_vc/actxwvc/index.htm
    Online version of the book: "Active X programming with Visual C++". The server is located in China. DCOM
    http://gbnic.gb.com.cn/document/activeX_vc/actxwvc/index12.htm
    IDL. DCOM. Part of the above.
    http://gbnic.gb.com.cn/document/activeX_vc/actxwvc/ch06.htm
    Mention BSTR memory leak. DCOM
    http://www.worldofatl.com/
    The world of ATL. The links are, unfortunately, not annotated. The content could be on one and only one page. Includes: link to the book "Beginning ATL COM Programming", ATL bugs, ATL FAQ (links to Micorsoft' and Widgetware ATL FAQ and adds 3 new FAQs). DCOM
    http://www.vcdj.com/vcdj/may97/control2.htm
    "Creating Active Controls with ATL 2.1 and Visual C++ 5". Article in Visual C++ developerts journal. This document is split into 16 parts. DCOM
    http://www.worldofatl.com/BugsFixes.asp?OrderBy=Name
    ATL Bugs. Includes: "The CComVariant destructor destroys the BSTR returned from the function when it returns"
    http://premium.microsoft.com/isapi/devonly/prodinfo/msdnprod/msdnlib.idc?theURL=/msdn/library/partbook/ecom/html/msdn_essential_com.htm
    Two sample chapters of "Essential COM". Included in MSDN. DCOM.
    http://www.inquiry.com/techtips/cpp_pro/
    Ask questions of C++ experts. An archive of previous questions is also available. Has database of 100000 articles from major computer publications. Good
    http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q.10051495
    Answer this question?
    http://www.maeglerne.dk/
    M&aelig;glerne i centrum. 66 11 19 99. Odense. E-mail: <ZZZZZmaeglerne@maeglerne.dk> Ejendomsm&aelig;glere
    http://www.edc.dk/
    EDC M&aelig;glerne. Site described in Fyns Stiftstidende 1998-05-10 as "exceptionel". Possible to become registered and send E-mail whenever a house matches ones wishes; filters are: type of house, "kommune"/location, price range, size range, duration of registration
    http://www.lilienhoff.dk/
    Lilienhoff. 65 95 12 34. E-mail: <ZZZZZinfo@lilienhoff.dk> - or <ZZZZkontakt@lilienhoff.dk> or <koeb@lilienhoff.dk>? Ejendomsm&aelig;glere.
    http://www.bomerk.dk/
    Bo'merk. 66 13 30 12. E-mail: ? Ejendomsm&aelig;glere.
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q174/2/65.asp
    How to Uninstall Internet Explorer 4.0
    http://www.tiac.net/prefab/
    PreFab player, by PreFab Software, Inc.
    http://www.tiac.net/prefab/scriptweb/
    Script web mirror
    http://www.tiac.net/prefab/ftp/player11b5update.sit.hqx
    Update to PreFab player, version 1.1b5
    http://www.prefab.com/
    PreFab player, by PreFab Software, Inc.
    http://premium.microsoft.com/msdn/library/techart/msdn_dcomprot.htm
    Article: "Distributed Component Object Model Protocol (DCOM/1.0)". Details about the DCOM protocol. Submitted as an Internet-Draft. IDCOM.
    http://premium.microsoft.com/msdn/library/sdkdoc/ov-files_2r3n.htm
    IDL Attributes. DCOM.
    http://premium.microsoft.com/msdn/library/sdkdoc/mi-laref_955z.htm
    string attribute, ODL/IDL. DCOM
    http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/news/feature/031798/vbscriptcom.htm
    Article: Building COM Components that Take Full Advantage of Visual Basic and Scripting. Includes: "All function parameters must be (in) or (in, out)" and "Visual Basic and scripting do not support passing (out) parameters to/from functions. ". DCOM. Good.
    http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/news/feature/031798/amf.htm
    Article: Bowling for COM. A Container Design for the AMF Bowling Center System. Includes: a lot of IDL examples, diagram with "is parent of", "Creates/destroys", "owns". DCOM.
    http://www.winmag.com/library/1998/0601/Cov0110.htm
    <Really inside document at: #HTML_FW>. Top 100 shareware programs for Windows. Windows NT
    http://www.redhat.com/support/mailing-lists/
    Help for RedHat UNIX/Linux. UNIX/Linux
    http://ww2.sd.cybernex.net/~mgs/idl_faq.html
    IDL FAQ. But it is not a la DCOM, but Interactive Data analysis Language. Confusing.
    http://www.dejanews.com/
    Good search words for information about gcc and the state of its support of the standard C++ library: gcc standard C++ library. State: matches 201-300 of about 1800 for search
    http://www.invisimail.com/gnome.html
    Strong e-mail encryption
    http://www.fastgraphics.com/scsi/
    Site devoted to SCSI. Includes: perfornance tips, recommendations, "Synchronizing your Spindles", RAID overview
    http://www.redhat.com/support/docs/rhl/PPP-Tips/
    PPP/Red Hat UNIX/Linux tips.
    http://www.redhat.com/support/docs/rhl/rh50-errata-general.html
    Errata for Red Hat UNIX/Linux 5.0. Sorted by date and listed by package name (?). Includes: libc; "(1997-12-31) Updates fixing many problems have been added", ppp, glibc,
    http://egcs.cygnus.com/egcs-1.0.3.html
    egcs 1.0.3. Released 1998-05-15
    ftp://cambridge.cygnus.com/pub/egcs/releases/index.html
    EGCS Releases
    ftp://cambridge.cygnus.com/pub/egcs/releases/egcs-1.0.3a/egcs-g++-1.0.3a.tar.gz
    egcs, G++ front-end only.
    http://x4.dejanews.com/getdoc.xp?AN=351451847&threaded=1&CONTEXT=895519642.99549213&hitnum=77
    Ref to below
    ftp://ftp.redhat.com/pub/spt/smooge/5.0/special_rpms/
    egcs RedHat RPM. UNIX/Linux.
    http://www.kirch.net/unix-nt.html
    Windows NT Server compared to UNI. Good against Microsoft marketing hype about Windows NT. About servers, not workstations. Includes: "DOS utiltiy called NTFSDOS which can mount NTFS partitions", "The buy-Microsoft-only ethos has taken over from the buy-IBM-only"
    http://www.dejanews.com/home_ps.shtml
    Good search string for strings returned from COM servers: "idl string". State 1998-05-19: Matches 401-500. DCOM.
    http://www.digitalalchemy.com/mercutio/
    New version of Mercutio MDEF, version 1.5.1
    http://www.redhat.com/linux-info/pkglist/rhl-sparc/binutils-2.8.1.0.1-1.html
    Answers the question: what is binutils?. RedHat UNIX/Linux. "collection of utilities necessary for compiling programs. It includes the assembler and linker, as well as a number of other miscellaneous programs for dealing with executable formats"
    http://linas.org/linux/raid.html
    RAID Solutions for UNIX/Linux
    http://www.infodrom.north.de/~joey/Linux/raid/paper.html
    Some instructions for using md (Software RAID support under UNIX/Linux)
    http://www.ram.org/computing/linux/dpt_raid.html
    UNIX/Linux, DPT, RAID. Title: UNIX/Linux DPT Hardware RAID HOWTO
    http://www.dpt.com/prod2.htm
    DPT RAID controllers
    http://cs-www.bu.edu/help/unix/how_can_i_go_to_a_specific_line_in_a_file_.html
    Emacs, go to a specific line: "M-x goto-line". Key binding: "(global-set-key ((control c
    http://www-uk.hpl.hp.com/people/slo/windows/stl.html
    STL on Visual C++ notes. Documents actual experience with Microsoft Visual C++ 4.2 and STL. Says that: in VC++ 5.0 all of the errors listed appear to be fixed. Includes: "need to include the statement using namespace std; after including the files to get the STL classes into your C++ namespace.", "need to define a <operator for all datatypes you wish to include in vectors", "you don't need to include the allocator in the templace declaration"
    http://www.cyberport.com/~tangent/programming/stl/resources.html
    Annotated list of links for STL.
    http://www.cyberport.com/~tangent/programming/stl/compatibility.html
    List of STL-Compatible Compilers
    http://www.metabyte.com/~fbp/stl/effort.html
    STLport, adaption of STL to work with most compilers. Includes: The main point of non-portability was the default template class parameters for containers.
    http://www.ar.com.au/~loku/rants.html
    Tip for testing for equality in C/C++: "if ('q' == ch
    http://hillside.net/patterns/patterns.html
    Patterns home page. That is Design Patterns a la Gamma
    http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~jdm/cpp.html
    Annotated list of links for C++. Links to european sites. Includes: Online C++ course, gcc and g++ compiler, MFC Programming with Visual C++ course
    http://www.r2m.com/windev/
    Internet Resources for Windows Developers. Includes: Windows Source Code Examples (WinSock, MFC, OLE), Cross Platform Development (Porting to NT from UNIX/Linux FAQ, Thread++ a C++ cross platform library for managing threads)
    http://www.utu.fi/~sisasa/oasis/
    Programmer's Oasis. List of links. Links could be better annotated. Comprehensive. Includes: Visual Basic,
    http://vb.duke.net/threads.html
    Multi-Threading Resources for Win32. Books and Microsoft articles. Includes: Product ActiveThread. "Why bother with the Win32 API when you can use this handy COM DLL?"
    http://www.microsoft.com/win32dev/base/threadli.htm
    Win32 Multithreading Performance. Microsoft article
    http://www.microsoft.com/win32dev/base/onthefly.htm
    Synchronization on the Fly. Analyzes a multithreaded application for safety and applied it to a sample application.
    http://www.utu.fi/~sisasa/oasis/
    Visual Basic page. Long list of links.
    http://www.cyberport.com/~tangent/programming/rfcs/index.html
    Important RFCs for network developers.
    http://www.hmi.de/info-docs/gcc.info/Top.html
    WWW-version of Info for gcc. UNIX/Linux
    http://unlser1.unl.csi.cuny.edu/faqs/g++-faq/g++FAQ.html
    gcc FAQ. One long document. FAQ is not very comprehensive.
    http://www.gnu.ai.mit.edu/prep/standards_toc.html
    GNU Coding Standards
    http://www.serv.net/~cameron/ezppp/index.html
    EzPPP. For ppp/UNIX/Linux. Does not use the chat program
    http://home.att.net/~artnaseef/PPP-setup.txt
    Tips for setting up ppp on UNIX/Linux. Good.
    http://www.interweft.com.au/other/ppp-howto/ppp-howto-18.html
    Help with UNIX/Linux ppp setup. Part of UNIX/Linux PPP HOWTO, <http://www.interweft.com.au/other/ppp-howto/ppp-howto.html#toc18>
    http://www.cygnus.com/ml/egcs/1998-May/index.html
    Messages to the egcs mailing list. 1998-05
    http://www.cygnus.com/ml/egcs/
    Archives of egcs mailing list
    http://www.cygnus.com/ml/egcs-announce/
    Archives of egcs-announce mailing list
    http://www.cygnus.com/ml/egcs-bugs/
    Archives of egcs-bugs mailing list
    http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/jak/proglang/cpp/standard.txt
    The C++ standard in machine readable form!!!. 1854 KB. Is it the final one?
    http://www.cygnus.com/misc/g++FAQ_toc.html
    G++ FAQ. About the GNU C++ compiler. 1997-12. Mentions egcs
    http://www.cntc.com/resources/gotw006.html
    Discussion of selected specific C++ topics. Constructed questions and (non-constructed) answers. Answer providers are declared Gurus of the Week. Examples: Const-Correctness, Prefer preincrement; avoid postincrement, Using the Standard Library; or Temporaries Revisited, Exception Safety, new-style casts in Standard C++ (#17), c_str()/const char*, auto_ptr, "you cannot forward-declare ostream and string this way because they are not classes... both are typedefs of templates" opaque pointer to hide some of the implementation details, Standard malloc() and new() calls are very expensive." Unfortunately there is no index. Number: 35.Links to DejaNews discussion of the topic. Good. STL. C++.
    http://garfield.msl.net/cgi-bin/pppsetup
    pppsetup. Easy setup of ppp for UNIX/Linux/RedHat, especially chat - needed!!!!. Good
    http://www.tux.org/pub/people/kent-robotti/index.html
    Links to pppsetup.
    http://www.dataclub.fi/aw/winntreg.html
    Book reference: Windows NT Registry Guide.
    http://www.pen.net/~ronin/vbasic.htm
    Brent's Visual Basic Web Directory. Very long list of list of links - more than 1200 links. Includes: Visual Basic Search Engines, . New version at http://www.pen.net/~ronin/bvbwd.html ? 1700 links
    http://www.apexsc.com/vb/ftp1.html
    Visual Basic related files. Annotated list of links to ftp-site files. Has date information and links to full description of each item. Includes: kill any applications running on windows, Visual Basic Source Code Printing Utility, RAS control; access to the RAS sub-system - Dial-up Networking, NTSecurity allows manipulation of the users and global groups in a Windows NT domain, access to NNTP, SMTP/POP, high resolution timer, DNS, complete FTP protocol, sockets (ASocket), VB Code Assistant,
    http://www.pen.net/~ronin/vbnews.html
    Visual Basic news. Unfortunately this site uses frames
    http://www.winternals.com/
    NT internals, new URL.
    http://sysinternals.ovb.ch/ntdll.htm
    Article: Inside the Native API. What is undocumented.
    http://www.sysinternals.com/winobj.htm
    WinObj. Object Manager namespace. Refers to "Inside the Object Manager" article, October 1997 Windows NT Magazine column. Includes: "Inside Windows NT provides a good overview of the Object Manager name space". URL for application: http://www.sysinternals.com/winobj.zip
    http://search.zdnet.com/pcmag/pctech/content/14/20/tu1420.005.html
    Explains HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
    http://search.zdnet.com/pcmag/pctech/content/14/20/tu1420.008.html
    HKEY_DYN_DATA the same as HKEY_PERFORMANCE_DATA?
    http://www.ece.sc.edu/class/eece890n/shared/projects/waddell/regis.htm
    About HKEY_PERFORMANCE_DATA. "Performance monitoring is done by calling RegQueryValueEx(), with the key HKEY_PERFORMANCE_DATA"
    http://premium.microsoft.com/msdn/library/techart/msdn_pdhlib.htm
    Performance Data Helper (PDH) library. Easy way of getting performance data programmatically. MSDN bookmark: mk:@ivt:techart/msdn_pdhlib.htm. Includes: "In order for a program to utilize the performance features of the Windows NT operating system, use of the Registry functions is necessary", "For instance, the counter for a Process object's Handle Count is specified as a string that looks like this: \Process(MyApp
    http://www.microsoft.com/msj/0598/hood0598.htm
    Performance Data Helper (PDH) library from a C++ perspective. Includes: how to install the library (Install Platform SDK), location of PDH.DLL, mention of PdhVbGetOneCounterPath
    http://www.microsoft.com/msj/0398/hood0398.htm
    Performance Data Helper (PDH) library from a Visual Basic perspective. Includes: "documentation refers to PdhGetDoubleCounterValue, but the real name is PdhVbGetDoubleCounterValue", no .BAS module in SDK but provided by the author in <http://www.microsoft.com/msj/0398/hoodtextfigs.htm#fig1>, counters can be read from other machines over a network. The author's BAS file requires slight modifications to work under Visual Basic 5.0, e.g. some empty lines must be removed. Good
    http://www.novartis.com/index.html
    Novartis. Pharma
    http://www.research.att.com/~bs/homepage.html
    Bjarne Stroustrup's Homepage
    http://www.research.att.com/~bs/iso_release.html
    Press release from the ISO C++ standards committee from 1998-11-14. ISO/IEC FDIS 14882
    http://www.objectplace.com/technology/articles/9508.shtml
    An introduction to the C++ Standard Library. Includes: <sstream> is listed, all library entities (except preprocessor macros) are defined within the namespace std. Good. STL.
    http://www.roguewave.com/products/stdlib/stdlib.html
    Standard C++ Library. Rogue Wave. STL.
    http://www.tislink.com/userpages/~chads/
    Visual Basic Garbage. Resource for VB developers
    http://www.tislink.com/userpages/~chads/Webrings/
    Visual Basic WebRing.
    http://www.slurp.net/~wizy/links.html
    Annotated list of links for Visual Basic. The pages are rated 1-5.
    http://www.developer.com/reference/library/067231018x/htm/ch14.htm
    Object that dumps/traces to a text file. Part of first 3 weeks of "Teach Yourself Database With Visual Basic 5 in 21 Days, Second Edition". Error handler object library. Includes: printing procedure stack dumps to the screen and to a file. Visual Basic.
    http://www.futuregroup.com/freeware.htm
    Futuristic Software and n Computing Group's Freeware. Includes Resource v1.0; Windows Memory Display
    http://www.microsoft.com/vbasic/download/wizard/
    The Microsoft Remote Automation Diagnostic Wizard.
    http://www.microsoft.com/vbasic/download/codeprofiler/
    Profiler for Visual Basic. "powerful code-analyzing tool that you can use to optimize your Visual Basic projects.
    http://www.osr.com/insider/insdr.htm
    The NT Insider. Magazine. Possible to apply for free subscription. Includes: previous issues; Interfacing to the NT Cache Manager, Fast I/O in NT File Systems, How NT Handles I/O Completion, Using the NT API for File I/O, Windows NT. Unfortunately this site uses frames
    http://www.osr.com/insider/1996/native.htm
    Native Windows NT file API. Article from The NT Insider. Includes: the Win32 API is not the native system service API (Win32 Subsystem/Client-Side DLL), Win32 appears to rely on Windows NT's native protection, NtCreateFile(), ZwXxxx (NT drivers) and NtXxxx variant (user mode), no default directory as in Win32, NtOpenFile(), NtReadFile(), NtWriteFile(), documents parameters to NtReadFile better than NT DDK documentation, in contrast to Win32 it is possible to cancel all I/O requests, tips on development with the native API (incl. need to link against ntdll.lib), link to sample application. Good.
    http://www.osr.com/insider/1996/cacheman.htm
    The NT Cache Manager. Article from The NT Insider. Most of the document describes the API call. Includes: "The Cache Manager and Memory Manager do not detect the case when the file system sets the AllocationSize to be smaller than the file size - instead the system crashes due to the inconsistency in the data structures.", deadlocks, FsRtlCopyRead is used to implement the fast I/O path for read,
    http://www.osr.com/insider/1996/cacheman.htm
    Fast I/O. Article from The NT Insider. Interaction between file system and memory system. Includes: NTFS uses fast I/O, "the most frustrating aspect of fast I/O for Windows NT is the total lack of available documentation", "avoids the memory copy limitations inherent in providing buffers as application programs do", FastIoMdlWriteComplete() cause data and memory loss,
    http://www.osr.com/insider/1997/synch.htm
    Deadlock prevention with "locking hierarchy". "when your driver needs to acquire more than one lock in the list, make sure that it acquires the locks in left-to-right order", semaphores are a more flexible form of mutexes; alias counting mutexes,
    http://www.osr.com/insider/1997/syscall-sp2.htm
    Two New System Calls in NT 4.0 SP2!. ReadFileScatter() and WriteFileGather(). Article from The NT Insider. Includes: "very useful for applications that perform their own data caching like SQL Server"
    http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/news/tech_support.htm
    Technical support options for Microsoft.
    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/thirdparty/winlogo/enterprise/index.asp
    IT and software development. Includes: "An end to DLL Hell in which applications overwrite or uninstall key components.", quote from Borland International (!), use designed for Windows NT and Windows 95 logo.
    http://www.zdnet.com/wsources/content/1097/s_cp.html
    Monitor access (read/write) to the registry. Utility. The utility written by Mark Russinovich and Bryce Cogswell, not Microsoft. Includes: detailed explanation of the registry; where it lives - USER.DAT and SYSTEM.DAT,
    http://www.libresse.dk/chat/index.html
    Libresse Char. Mars. Web-based interface.
    http://cgi.pathfinder.com/drruth/
    Dr. Ruth online!
    http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/index.cgi?p1_prod_version=ashockwave
    Shockwave for Windows NT
    http://www.cygnus.com/misc/wp/
    public review copy of the December 1996 Draft of the ISO/ANSI C++ standard
    http://www.chatguide.dk/
    List of danish chat sites.
    http://inet.uni-c.dk/
    Danish PSpice Usergroup
    ftp://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/gnu/libstdc++-2.8.1.tar.gz
    libstd++, Standard C++ library for gcc. STL.
    http://www.research.att.com/~bs/3rd_printing5.html
    Errata for Bjarne Stroustrup's book "The C++ Programming Language". <sstream> has been renamed to <stringstream>......(????)
    http://x7.dejanews.com/jump/ftp://ftp.informatik.uni-konstanz.de/pub/algo/personal/kuehl/sstreams.tgz
    Implementation of <sstream>
    http://www.ncworldmag.com/ncw-05-1998/ncw-05-nextten.html
    Includes standard UNIX/Linux directories and standard Windows directories
    ftp://ftp.netopia.com/pub/software/free_versions/tb2win/tb2eval32.exe
    Timbuktu for Windows NT/95. 5.2 MB. US$ 130 for 2. 550 for 10. Review at <http://www.infoworld.com/cgi-bin/displayArchive.pl?/98/19/nr05-19.68f.htm>
    ftp://ftp.research.att.com/dist/c++std/WP/CD2/
    Postscript version of later version of ISO/IEC FDIS 14882 draft
    http://www.astro.ku.dk/~mq/AstronomiskGuide/foreninger.html
    List of astronomical associations in Demark.
    http://www.dif.dk
    DIF, Danmarks Idr&aelig;tsforbund
    http://www.dif.dk/bro/bro.htm
    Brol&oslash;bet
    http://www.baghjulet.dk/kortudsnit.htm
    Kort for Brol&oslash;bet, cykel
    http://www.baghjulet.dk/cyk_start.htm
    Brol&oslash;bet, cykel. Details.
    http://www.baghjulet.dk/selling.htm
    Extra tickets for Brol&oslash;bet
    http://www.dsri.dk/AS/sekt/light.html
    Light Polution. Headed by Barbara Egetoft, e-mail: zzzzzzB._Egetoft@online.pol.dk. See also http://www.dsri.dk/AS/lysfore.html
    http://www.isen.com/archives/980522.html
    Another Common Mode Failure article
    http://www.xml.com/xml/pub/w3j/s1.people.html
    "The Web Is Ruined and I ruined it" by David Siegel. Essay. Good description of cascading style sheets. Includes: XML, content-management tools, problem with content served from databases, </P> tag, "HTML changes so rapidly, and site maintenance becomes so difficult, that large sites start using databases to serve up their pages"
    http://www.versalink.com/~ivin/text/buglist.htm
    List of UNIX/Linux Sendmail bugs
    http://www.microsoft.com/sitebuilder/columnists/xml051198.asp
    Interview. A "what is XML" document.
    http://www.microsoft.com/ithome/itcycle/helpdesk/oemhooks/oemhooks.htm
    Customizing the startup/support screen in Windows 95. Alt Double-Click My Computer
    http://www.wired.com/wired/5.09/newrules.html
    Article: New Rules for the New Economy. Twelve dependable principles for thriving in a turbulent world. Includes: "industrial age. First hoary axiom: Value came from scarcity; diamonds, gold, oil, and college degrees were precious because they were scarce. Second hoary axiom: When things were made plentiful, they became devalued; carpets no longer indicated status when they could be woven by the thousands on machines. The logic of the network flips these industrial lessons upside down.", "the marginal cost of an additional copy (intangible or tangible) is near zero. Because value appreciates in proportion to abundance, a flood of copies increases the value of all the copies.", "The only factor becoming scarce in a world of abundance is human attention", "The problem with trying to measure productivity is that it measures only how well people can do the wrong jobs" Interesting.
    http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/writings/homesteading/homesteading.html
    Article: Homesteading the Noosphere. Sequel to The Cathedral and the Bazaar. Top-level URL is <http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/writings/homesteading/>
    http://www.xml.com/xml/pub/97/10/02
    List of articles about XML. Includes: Capturing the State of Distributed Systems with XML, XML: Can the Desperate Perl Hacker Do It?, Chemical Markup Language, Good.
    http://www.goof.com/pcg/
    pgcc. special version of gcc with Pentium optimizations.
    http://www.goof.com/pcg/pgcc-faq.html
    PentiumGCC Frequently asked Questions. Includes: newer cpu's (Pentium and above) are very sensitive to the memory alignment of double
    http://www.goof.com/pcg/doc/pentopt.txt
    HOW TO OPTIMIZE FOR THE PENTIUM PROCESSOR. Includes: aligment of data in RAM, "Misaligned data will take at least 3 clock cycles extra to access"
    http://www.asus.com.tw/
    ASUS motherboards
    http://www.x86.org/Contents.html
    Intel Secrets Home Page. Includes: The Story of the CISC King and Appendix H
    http://www.x86.org/ddj/May96/May96.html
    Understanding 4M Page Size Extensions on the Pentium Processor. For large data structures. Includes: detailed description of paging.
    http://www.goof.com/pcg/doc/7299.HTM
    Optimization Strategies For The Pentium Processor. Nothing about alignment. Includes: Minimize Use of Global Variables,
    http://www.goof.com/pcg/doc/OPT32.HTM
    Optimizations for Intel's 32-Bit Processors. More detailed than above and discusses alignment
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/9498/p5opt.html
    Pentium Optimization article by Agner Fog. Includes: code examples with assembly and timings. Good
    http://www.byte.com/art/9402/sec7/art3.htm
    Optimizing For Today's CPUs. Includes: "Register optimizations are particularly valuable in RISC architectures, ... Unfortunately, these techniques are of limited value in processors that have only a few registers.", AGI, strip mining
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/9498/blockcopy.html
    Optimized Block memory transfers on the Pentium. Includes: dword aligned and sequential
    http://www.intelligentfirm.com/membench/undocumented.html
    Pentium read flaw. Sequential access to memory in sequential order REDUCES memory bandwidth by up to 71 percent! ; 120 MB/s -> 200 MB/s. Workaround illustrated at <http://www.intelligentfirm.com/membench/schematic.html>
    http://www.datafocus.com/technical/resource/wn_whitepaper4.htm
    UNIX/Linux-to-NT: Software Migration Planning Guide. Includes: NuTCRACKER
    http://studbolt.physast.uga.edu/templon/fortran/alignment.html
    The Alignment Info Page. Includes: misalignment can slow down programs by 30 percent
    http://www.uni-mainz.de/~frosc000/bcd-vhg/multiplealignment.html
    Definition of Multiple Sequence Alignment. Molbio.
    http://developer.intel.com/design/perftool/icl24/icl24wht.htm
    Intel C/C++ Compiler. FAQ at <http://support.intel.com/support/performancetools/c/23300.htm> - includes: #pragma intrinsic(memcpy), list of known bugs on CD, Includes: Supports in-line assembly language, does not support native COM, exploits the use of the floating-point (FP) stack, Information collected during program execution can be fed back into the compiler, can mix with MS compiler for the same project.
    http://developer.intel.com/drg/mmx/AppNotes/AP576.HTM
    Details about alignment issues with Pentium. Uses the MMX technology techniques. States that mis-aligned data accesses have a 3 cycle penalty and mis-aligned accesses that span a cache line have a 12+ cycle penalty. Includes: In a constructed example mis-aligned data takes 256 clock cycles and aligned takes 76, check the alignment behavior of your development tools for arrays, technique for aligning buffers with source code, "In C++, use NEW to allocate memory". MMX. Good.
    http://developer.intel.com/drg/mmx/Manuals/dg/DG_CHP4.HTM
    Includes: States that alignment on 64 bit (8 byte) improves performance when the data is acessed frequently, for data on the stack it may be useful to copy the data to an aligned temporary storage location, example with pairing in assembly to improve performance,. MMX.
    http://developer.intel.com/drg/mmx/Manuals/dg/DG_CHP3.HTM
    Tips for optimizing Pentium programs. MMX. Includes: explanation of AGI (Address Generation Interlock) with figure, Instructions over seven bytes can limit decoding and should be avoided where possible, Dynamic execution (P6-family) processors exhibit the same type of stall as the Intel486 processors except that the cost is much higher. Includes: conditions for stalls, pairing and scheduling rules Good.
    http://www.bpp.vr.pl/32bit.htm
    Pentium II can be slower than Pentium, even for 32 bit code. Even Intels own 32-bit code for fibonacci test was slower on Pentium II than on Pentium.
    http://developer.intel.com/drg/mmx/AppNotes/AP560.HTM
    Adding and AND'ing vector with MMX
    http://developer.intel.com/drg/pentiumII/appnotes/813/813.htm
    Memory Transfer Timing Utility. Describes utility to measure relative performance differences between memory transfer methods on a given system. Can NOT measure absolute memory transfer speeds. In screen shot "rep movsw" and "rep movsd" are fastest for copying. Complete C-functions with in-line assembly are provided. Refers to article ""Information on Caches and Optimizing Memory Transfers". Includes: malloc returns byte-aligned pointers, 4096 is added to allow space for an additional 4K page, warm the cache technique, copying qwords using MMX technology - function mmx_copy(). Good. C++.
    http://developer.intel.com/drg/mmx/AppNotes/AP559.HTM
    16-BIT real FIR filter with MMX/Pentium. 500 percent performance gain. Source code included.
    http://developer.intel.com/drg/mmx/Manuals/dg/DG_CHP4.HTM
    MMX CODE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY. Includes: detecting MMX, switching from MMX instructions to floating-point instructions can take up to 50 clock cycles.
    http://computingcentral.msn.com/broadcasts/default.asp?freewireintro.htm
    June 18, 6-7 p.m. PT: Tap the Power of DCOM! Chat with Guy Eddon and Henry Eddon, authors of Inside Distributed COM, as they discuss component software and COM in general and related technologies. Head to Computing Central's FreeWire Cafe to join in. For book information: http://mspress.microsoft.com/prod/books/1313.htm
    http://premium.microsoft.com/msdn/library/techart/msdn_atlevnts.htm
    "Events: From an ATL Server to a Visual Basic Sink". Connecting Visual Basic client to C++ server, call-back/connecting points. DCOM.
    http://www.mooseyard.com/Jens/Software/
    AEGizmos 1.4.2. New home for AEGizmos - library for AppleEvent/AppleScript support. Needed for compile with CodeWarrior Pro 1 and later. Download link: <http://www.mooseyard.com/Jens/Software/AEGizmos/AEGizmos1.4.2.hqx>. Includes picture of Jens Alfke. Another URL is <<ftp://ftp.cilabs.org/jens/>>?
    http://www.scriptmeridian.org/tutorials/stdwebsite/page01description.html
    "Standard Web Site" with Frontier.
    http://www.bact.wisc.edu/news/default.html
    Microbiology News. Molbio.
    http://google.stanford.edu/
    Google. New search engine. Can it find things that other search engines can't? Scientitic papers have been written about it.
    http://www.dinkumware.com/htm_cpl/
    Dinkum C/C++ Library Reference. Documentation for the C standard library and and the C++ standard library. Includes header <sstream>. STL. Good. Comprehensive.
    http://www.cygnus.com/misc/wp/dec96pub/lib-iostreams.html
    Includes header <sstream>. Is this document part of the draft C++ standard?
    http://computingcentral.msn.com/forums/default.asp?unix/sniff.asp
    RedHat Linux chat. UNIX/Linux. publicchat.msn.com, #unix_Chat
    http://www.cygnus.com/misc/g++FAQ_toc.html
    g++ FAQ. Updated 1998-05-31
    http://www.ionwerks.com/tdc.htm
    TDC, from Ionwerks
    http://www.fishcamp.com/
    fishcamp engineering. Makes 96 line I/O card - <http://www.fishcamp.com/fpci_dio.html>
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q186/0/63.asp
    List of automation error codes. DCOM.
    http://cmgm.stanford.edu/pbrown/
    Brown laboratory. Complete Guide to MicroArrays developed by them. Molbio.
    http://www.proaxis.com/~solo/hme.htm
    Solo.
    http://www.everchanging.com/projects/xml/facespan-xml.html
    XML with AppleScript. Requires FaceSpan 3.0. Frontier RPC via XML using FaceSpan
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/xml/code/rpc.html
    Frontier 5 and XML: RPC
    http://www.cygnus.com/ml/egcs/1998-Jun/0628.html
    egcs-1.1 release schedule. But nothing about which features are included.
    http://www.cygnus.com/ml/egcs/1998-Jun/0693.html
    egcs and the Standard C++ library. Explicit about what is not supported: the iostreams classes are still not templates, the string class doesn't match the standard, *no stringstreams*. STL
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q180/1/76.asp
    Internet Explorer and the "Open In New Window Does Not Work" bug. Can be resolved on current installation by registering actxprxy.dll and shdocvw.dll. Includes: "no longer occurs in Internet Explorer 4.01 Service Pack 1".
    http://www.omnimark.com/magazine/tips/htmldown.html
    Creating HTML from XML/SGML. Includes sample SGML and HTML.
    http://www.macvirus.com
    Information about viruses on Macintosh
    http://developer.intel.com/drg/mmx/Manuals/dg/DG_CHP3.HTM
    Guidelines for developing MMX code. Pentium II. List of rules and suggestions: Pay attention to the branch prediction algorithm, maximize pairing, Arrange code to minimize instruction cache misses and optimize prefetch, Includes: Pentium II processors incur no penalty for the AGI condition, Cache Optimization, "When a data access to a cacheable address misses the data cache, the entire cache line is brought into the cache from external memory. This is called a line fill", "Arrays with sizes which are not multiples of 32 bytes should begin at 32- or 16-byte boundaries", "Unaligned stores will double the number of stores to memory."
    http://mc04.equinox.net/bbsw/updaters/BBEdit_4.5.3_Update.hqx
    Update to BBEdit, 4.5 -> 4.5.3
    http://premium.microsoft.com/msdn/library/devprods/vc++/progsguide/f33/d37/s19bd3.htm
    List of articles that tell about performance tuning. Profiling.
    http://premium.microsoft.com/msdn/library/devprods/vc++/progsguide/F33/D37/S4D18B.HTM
    Explains why this error message may appear: "PREP : fatal error PRF1306: PBT or PBO file <path>\xxxx.pbo is not derived from same PBI file". Reason: wrong version of PROFILE.DLL being loaded in memory. Remedy: Make sure that the only PROFILE.DLL on your system is located in the \BIN directory for Visual C++. Example search: Date: xxx
    http://www.wam.umd.edu/~mikenel/dcom/dcomfw.htm
    URL is broken now. Using Distributed COM with Firewalls. How to configure. Includes: "COM dynamically assigns at run time one TCP port and one UDP port to each executable process serving DCOM objects on a computer" (one and only one), always port 135, free from the burden of having to configure applications to specific ports, firewall unfriendly, restrict the range of ports that DCOM will use, callbacks, DCOM stores raw IP addresses, make TCP the default protocol (in registry). Date: 1998-06-20. DCOM. Good.
    http://www.microsoft.com/workshop/essentials/mail.asp
    List of Microsoft hosted mailing lists and Newsgroups. Includes DCOM, CryptoAPI and MFC
    http://www.flathill.com/programming/com/
    DCOM/COM books with review and rating
    http://www.lsoft.com/scripts/wl.exe?SL1=DCOM&H=LISTSERV.MSN.COM
    DCOM mailing list. Has archive on Web.
    http://microsoft.ease.lsoft.com/scripts/wa.exe?A1=ind9806d&L=dcom
    Archive of DCOM mailing list.
    http://193.189.224.123/
    Conrad Electronic's new home. No name?
    http://www.dejanews.com/home_ps.shtml
    DejaNews; good DCOM keywords: DCOM with newsgroup filter = microsoft.*
    http://www.unitedmedia.com/comics/dilbert/career/bin/ms2.cgi
    Dilbert mission statement generator
    http://www.caos.kun.nl/srs5/
    Mirror of EMBL SRS 5 . Molbio.
    http://www.vcdj.com/vcdj/jun98/VC601.asp
    Preview of VC++.
    http://www.york.ac.uk/ServerSupport/UsenetNews/h_comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.html
    List of comp.os.ms-windows.programmer news groups. Includes DCOM news group; news:comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.ole
    http://cnnsi.com/soccer/world/events/1998/worldcup/scoreboards/1998/06/30/match.argeng.html
    Football results, real-time. Argentina-England
    http://cnnsi.com/soccer/world/events/1998/worldcup/standings/
    Football/world cup tables.
    http://cnnsi.com/soccer/world/events/1998/worldcup/teams/denmark/
    Team page. 4-1 Denmark-Nigeria
    http://altern.org/vdw/cpp.htm
    List of C/C++ tutorials. Well annotated. Includes: link to C FAQ; from newsgroup comp.lang.c.
    http://www.asms.org/TermsDefsPoster.html
    Mass spectrometry terms. Includes: Tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS), Time-of-flight mass spectrometer, Dalton is a biomedical term, "mass spectroscopy" should be avoided, mass resolution with overlap criterion (10% valley, Full Width at Half Height (FWHH),etc.),
    http://www.sisweb.com/cgi-bin/mass10.pl
    Isotope Distribution Calculator. ISOTOPE. Molbio.
    http://www.sisweb.com/mslinks.htm
    MS link
    http://www.research.att.com/~bs/3rd.html
    The C++ Programming Language (Third Edition). Addison-Wesley, ISBN 0-201-88954-4. Bjarne Stroustrup.
    http://www.netbook.cs.purdue.edu/othrpags/page24.htm
    Guide to RFC. Good discussion of their character/worth. Includes: RFCs Arranged By Topic, ref to RFC 1013 - X Window System Protocol,April 1987. Does not include HHTP protocol.
    http://www.solutionsoft.com/perl.htm
    IDE for Perl. Direct URL: <http://www.solutionsoft.com/pbshot.htm>. Evaluation copy: <http://www.solutionsoft.com/pbdemo.htm>
    http://www.macintouch.com/norr016.html
    Ultra2 SCSI explained
    http://www.landings.com/_landings/pages/alphabet.html
    Radio alphabet
    http://www.pytlik.com/VFA-13/preflight/glossary/radio.html
    Radio alphabet, shorter than above - prints on one page.
    http://www.dsv.su.se/comp/docs/emacs_toc.html
    Emacs documentation.
    http://www.proteome.com/YPDhome.html
    YDP Yeast, etc. Commercial problems. Molbio.
    http://www.download.com/PC/Result/TitleDetail/0,4,0-51459,1000.html?st.dl.sub78.list.tdtl
    Like Super Boomerang for Macintosh - in Open/Save dialogs, recall up to 100 "favorite" files and directories for each application and remember the last 25 files and directories used in each program and more. Windows 98, but not Windows NT
    http://www.infoworld.com/cgi-bin/displayStory.pl?/interviews/980409behlendorf.htm
    Includes: "It's a good way to build interfaces to information". XML.
    http://hpiers.obspm.fr/webiers/general/earthor/utc/table2.html
    Offsets and step adjustments of UTC, until 1998 may 31. Astro.
    http://hpiers.obspm.fr/webiers/general/earthor/utc/table1.html
    Relationship between tai and utc, until 1998 may 31. Astro.
    http://hpiers.obspm.fr/webiers/general/earthor/utlod/table1.html
    ET, TAI, UTC differences. From this ET-UT = 63.2 sec for july 1998. ET-TAI = 32.184 sec. Astro.
    http://hpiers.obspm.fr/webiers/general/earthor/utlod/table2.html
    Predicted values of UT1-TAI, 1997-2004. UT1-UTC prediction. Astro.
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Bay/3053/
    PrintKey, a screen capture program for Windows NT like FlashIt for Macintosh
    http://www.newhoo.com/
    Yahoo like with volunteer annotaters from all over the world. No listing in molecular biology - <http://www.newhoo.com/Science/Molecular_Biology/>
    http://www.scriptmeridian.org/tutorials/stdwebsite/index.html
    Tutorial. How to develop a web site using Frontier with a navigation menu a.k.a. "Standard Web Site". By Andy Sylvester. Refers to Frontier Web Tutorial by Matt Neuburg.
    http://www.m-tech.ab.ca/linux-biz/
    List of UNIX/Linux business applications. Interesting page design: menu on the right with green on blue but no particular colours in content area. Bad: text in content area is not selectable.
    http://www2.satellite.eu.org/sat/vsohp/
    The visual satellite observer's home page, site map. Includes: Observing geostationary satellites, Observing flashing satellites, Upcoming decays, predictions, obtaining elements and prediction software and tools. Astro.
    http://www.darksky.org/
    International Dark Sky association
    https://www.terraserver.com/mstsstore/entry.asp?XId=9140&YId=14035&TileX=0&TileY=4&SrcId=2&ImgDate=05/19/1992&ImgSize=1&DSize=0&TWidth=70&THeight=62
    TerraServer. Area: part of Denmark, NV Sealand. Order. Kort/world map
    http://www.terraserver.microsoft.com/GetPageByXY.asp?XId=9140&YId=14035&SrcId=2&ImgDate=05/19/1992&ImgSize=1&DSize=0
    TerraServer. Area: part of Denmark, NV Sealand. 8 m. Kort/world map
    http://www.patents.ibm.com/
    US Patent Server. Access to over 26 years of U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO
    http://www.macintouch.com/norr017.html
    Ultra2 SCSI for Mac: card names, harddisk names, results from testing.
    http://www.omnimark.com/magazine/tips/htmldown.html
    Creating HTML from XML/SGML. Includes: SGML samples
    http://home4.inet.tele.dk/frank.s/builders.html
    List of Danish CCD camera builders. Astro.
    http://summary.net/soft/dnstran.html
    Tool to replace numeric IP numbers in WWW-server log files with symbolic Internet address. 20 times faster than Analog's.
    http://www.cia.com.au/rcsradio/
    Extra manuals, etc. for Easytrax
    http://www.rig.org.uk/html/related_sites.html
    Annotated list of satellite image sites. Astro.
    http://cgi.netscape.com/cgi-bin/rlcgi.cgi?URL=www.protana.com/
    Alexa. Service that relates web sites, in this case <www.protana.com>. Strange results.
    http://developer.apple.com/technotes/tn/tn1134.html
    Dealing with preferences files in Macintosh applications (when developing). Includes list of interupt safe routines. Good and clearly written.
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/LDP/HOWTO/HOWTO-INDEX-3.html
    List of UNIX/Linux HOWTOs, HTML format.
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/LDP/linux.html
    UNIX/Linux Documentation Project (LDP) Homepage
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/distributions/redhat/current/i386/images/
    RedHat UNIX/Linux rescue disk image
    ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO/unmaintained/SCSI-HOWTO
    The UNIX/Linux SCSI HOWTO. Old/not maintained.
    http://www.htmlhelp.com/
    Includes: CSSCheck, frames, HTML 4.0 reference (URL <http://www.htmlhelp.com/reference/html40/>)
    http://www.xml.com/axml/axml.html
    Annotated XML specification
    http://www.links2go.com/topic/Proteins
    PeptideSearch for WWW listed!!
    http://www.microsoft.com/xml/notepad/intro.asp
    XML Notepad. From Microsoft
    http://www.unimelb.edu.au/fly/fly.html
    FLY - GIF Creation Program by Martin Gleeson. C source code available. Programmatic/dynamic generation of GIF files for use in e.g. CGIs. Binaries available for UNIX/Linux and Windows NT: Windows NT and Windows 95 (x86), OS/2 v2.1 (486), DEC OSF/1 v3.2 aka Digital UNIX (DEC Alpha), DEC OSF/1 v4.0 aka Digital UNIX (DEC Alpha), OpenVMS for DEC Alpha, IBM AIX 3.2.5 for RS/6000, Linux 2.0.33 (i586), Linux 2.0.32 (i686), BSDI 3.0 (x86), SunOS 4.1.3 (SPARC), Solaris 2.4 (SPARC), Solaris 2.5.1 (SPARC), Solaris 2.6 (Ultra SPARC), SGI IRIX 6.4 (R10000), NeXTSTEP 3.3 (intel), SCO Open Server 5.0.0 (x86), Risc PC StrongArm (RISC-OS)
    http://www.altavista.digital.com/cgi-bin/query?pg=aq&what=web
    Good Alta Vista keywords: FASTA NEAR format NEAR description. Molbio
    http://www.tiac.net/prefab/scriptweb/everyknownscriptinglink.html
    Lots of links to sites related to scripting. Examples: 1. MacPGP and AppleScript FAQ, 2. Frontier Saloon (interactive FAQ), 3. Developer Information, 4. free Apple event source code 5. Who's who, Jon Pugh. Annotated too. AppleScript. Good
    http://www.scriptweb.com/scriptweb/osaxen/jons_commands.html
    Jon's Commands 2.0.1. Now includes a tick count (tickcount/the ticks/ticks) verb and walk folders. Could not be downloaded 1997-09-28T21:10Z+02:00 because *.infoworkshop.com was not accessible. AppleScript
    http://iw.cts.com/~jonpugh/Default.html
    Jon Pugh's homepage, old 1. AppleScript
    http://www.infoworkshop.com/~jonpugh/AppleScript.html
    Refers to my page "Implement AppleScript support in your Macintosh application". Old URL, new at www.seanet.com. Now at AppleScript
    http://www.seanet.com/~jonpugh/index.html
    New Jon Pugh's homepage
    http://www.seanet.com/~jonpugh/applescript.html
    Refers to my page "Implementing AppleScript support in your Macintosh application". AppleScript
    http://www.its.unimelb.edu.au/hma/pub/macscrpt/d164/0009.html
    Example of using Jon Pugh's Walk Folders, part of Jon's commmands. AppleScript. Good
    http://language.perl.com/news/y2k.html
    Y2K and lawyers. The real problem is wetware. Includes: "... underlying root cause of this entire problem is neither the hardware nor the software. .... The real problem is the wetware. That's right: the defect lies not in our computers, nor in their programming, but rather in ourselves. Most of the time that people think about dates, they use only the final two digits of the year. "
    http://fatmac.ee.cornell.edu/~goldwada/zip/iomega.html
    Links to Zip and Jaz utilities, . Mac, DOS, Win95/NT, UNIX/Linux
    http://fatmac.ee.cornell.edu/~goldwada/zip/zipfaq19.txt
    Jaz/Zip FAQ
    http://www.annoyances.org/win95/win95ann6.html
    Windows95 Annoyances: Getting it All to WorkWindows NT. Virtual memory/swap file. fragmented (broken up) swapfile. Tip: min and max equal and 2.5 times RAM
    http://www.esomar.nl/DK/3350.html
    Aalund Research, listing at ESOMAR
    http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/htmltest/rjn_bht.html
    Virtual Trips to Black Holes and Neutron Stars. Includes: MPEG movies to black hole, photon sphere, neutron star . Astro.
    http://zebu.uoregon.edu/~mbartels/altaz/altaz.html
    Motorize Your Telescope, Alt-Az, Motorize a Dobsonian Telescope. Includes: detailed electronic diagrams and other details, vendor listing of gear reducers, bearings, and other parts, for PC based motion control systems, links to stepper motor information, By Mel Bartel. Astro.
    http://www.ericsson.se/microe/apn_ind.html
    Industrial ICs, Stepper motor application notes. List of links to pdf files, including Stepper Motor Basics, Drive circuit basics, Stepper motor and driver selection, Synchronization of single-channel stepper motor drivers reduces noise and interference. Stepper motors. Astro.
    http://www.berger-lahr.com/motors/
    Basics of Stepping Motors. From a theoretical point of view: variable reluctance, permanent magnet, hybrid, flux vectors, phase switching sequences, static or holding torque, displacement characteristic, static load angle, friction torque, systematic angle tolerance, resonance, torque ripple, defining the start / stop frequency. Includes: 5 phase but 3 phase is even better, "Resonance can be overcome by operating outside the resonance range, through half-step or micro-stepping, shifting the resonance frequency through changes in the system's inertia or electrical or mechanical friction.". Company also represented in Germany - original base?. Astro.
    http://eio.com/public/stepper/
    Archive of mailing list about stepper motors. Typical subjects: "3-phase microstepping control", "What should a stepper motor response be to any impedance?", "L297 Please, Help us... ", "Find a better solution than L297-L298", "Stepper Motor motion on power up/down", "Neural Network analysis of fault in stepper motors ", "Optimal acceleration sequence ", "help! (Algorithms for speed)", "Chopping explained...?", Astro.
    http://www.cadvision.com/blanchas/npch-sw.htm
    Dual Supply - N ch & P ch FET switch for stepper motors. This page is orphaned and there is no author E-mail. Someone please tell the author that "each supply much provide" should be "each supply must provide". Parent page: <http://www.cadvision.com/blanchas/>. Author: ZZZZZZblanchas@cadvision.com. Astro.
    http://shark.atcg.com/~jason/electronics/stepper/main.html
    Stepper motors. More practical. Many electronics schematics. Includes: H-bridge diagram, . Astro.
    http://www.cs.uiowa.edu/~jones/step/
    Control of Stepping Motors, a tutorial. Includes: links to motor and controller vendors. Stepper motors. Astro. Good.
    http://www.mattdaw.com/xmlrpc/
    XML-RPC mailing list
    http://www.galactic.com/instrum/products/varian.htm
    GRAMS software. Galactic. File format. <http://www.galactic.com/usersweb/TechSup/abook/add_ons/702hq.htm> <http://www.galactic.com/usersweb/TechSup/abook/general/gentoc.htm> <http://www.galactic.com/usersweb/TechSup/abook/ab_apps/466hq.htm> GRAMS URL: http://www.galactic.com/galactic/_gala/smprods1.htm Molbio.
    http://www.tecnet.jcte.jcs.mil/htdocs/teinfo/otherdod.htm
    Y2K. DoD T&E YEAR-2000. By US Department of Defense. Start page for internal links to and links to **selected** external sites for the Year 2000 problem. Includes: GSA Year-2000 Best Practices, Summary of the International Standard Date and Time Notation, Refers to ISO date standard !!!!! Could be better annotated. Parent page: <http://www.tecnet.jcte.jcs.mil/htdocs/teinfo/index.htm>
    http://www.yardeni.com/cyber.html
    CyberEconomics and Y2K. Start page and annotated list of links. Includes: Questionnaire To Assess Year 2000 Compliance (pdf), Embedded Chips, "8 Myths about the Millennium Bug",
    http://tycho.usno.navy.mil/gps_week.html
    GPS Week Number Rollover on 1999-08-22
    http://www.garynorth.com/y2k/search_.cfm
    Gary North's Y2K Links and Forums. Also long discusion with a few links - keywords: denial, too late, Search facility at: <http://www.sitewave.net/y2ksb/s56p589.htm> - it did not work as of 1998-08-05. More than 2000 links
    http://www.amtsgym-sdbg.dk/as/ccdintroduction/CCDINTRO.HTM
    Why teach astronomy ? CCD-section. Amtsgymnasiet in Sonderborg. Includes: links to Astrometrrica by Herbert Raab, Astrometry by John Rogers, NIH Image software list, Old URL: <http://www.amtsgym-sdbg.dk/as/ccd/ccdintro.htm>. Astro.
    http://home4.inet.tele.dk/frank.s/ccdprog.html
    Program: "FITS Image Processing". Windows NT/95. Astro.
    http://www.tiac.net/users/atm/chip.html
    The ATM CCD Chip Comparison. Astro. Did not work as of 1998-08-06
    http://www.ee.princeton.edu/~icip95/iplink/index.html
    Image processing web sites around the world. Unfortunately there is no annotation for the links.
    http://home4.inet.tele.dk/frank.s/builders.html
    List of Danish Cookbook camera builders. Includes pictures of the cameras, detailed technical description. Astro. Good.
    http://www.eio.com/ccdintro.htm
    CCD Information and Technical Forum. Most links are annotated. Includes CCD hyper-email discussion group, links to publications, manufacturers, related WEB sites, electro-optics forum, microcontroller forum, stepper motor forum, fiber optics forum. Astro.
    http://zebu.uoregon.edu/ccd.html
    CCD's in keywords and pictures. Includes technical details. Includes: read noise, current world record is 1.5 electrons rms, "after two decades of R&D, CCDs aren't quite the perfect detector". Astro.
    http://www.mscs.dal.ca/~andromed/
    Long list of astronomy links, but no annotation. 100+ links. Astro.
    http://www.amtsgym-sdbg.dk/as/sky.htm
    Light pollution with emphasis on laser light. Astro.
    http://www.darksky.org/~ida/graphics/euro.gif
    Picure of light pollution in northern Europe. It is not too bad in Denmark - at least on this scale. Astro.
    http://rsb.info.nih.gov/nih-image/links.html
    NIH. List of image processing programs. Astro.
    http://www.onelook.com/
    (computer) dictionary. Searches all dictionaries on the WWW
    http://www.netlingo.com
    (computer) dictionary. Vocabulary surrounding the technology and community of the Internet and the World Wide Web
    http://www.pcwebopaedia.com/
    (computer) dictionary.
    http://www.cntc.com/Resources/gotw.html
    Archive of guru of the week question/answers - GotW Archive
    http://www.cntc.com/Resources/gotw025.html
    Guru of the week question/answers. Discussion of auto_ptr - especially auto_ptr copying
    http://www.mactech.com/
    MacTech magazine
    http://web.xplain.com/mactech.com/news/96-08/index.html
    News about software for developers and Web masters.
    http://www.mactech.com/articles/
    MacTech articles archive. MacTech, Develop and FrameWorks.
    http://web.xplain.com/mactech.com/news/96-08/960811Phantom.html
    Phantom 1.1 annoucement (1996-08-11). Phantom is a commercial Web-crawler for the Macintosh
    http://www.mactech.com/articles/mt_indices/Vol_11_Issues.html
    List of MacTech 1995 articles. Old URL 1: <http://web.xplain.com/mactech.com/Articles/Vol.11/Vol-11-Issues/text.html> Old URL 2: <http://www.mactech.com/articles/mactech/Vol.11/index.html>
    http://www.mactech.com/articles/mactech/Vol.11/11.04/ExtremeAdvantage/index.html
    The article "Taking Extreme Advantage of the PowerPC", MacTech April 1995. Old URL: <http://www.mactech.com/articles/mactech/Vol.11/11.04/Extreme-Advantage/text.html> Includes: choice of loop through a multidimensional array for poor/good data locality (locality of reference) - "C/C++ ... elements indexed by the right-most index are contiguous in memory". Inner.
    http://www.protana.com/software/aminoclc/aminoclc.html
    AminoCalc. Protana software. Freeware. For peptide sequencing from tandem mass spectra. Molbio.
    http://www.skypub.com/meteors/per98a.html
    Perseids 1998. Astro.
    http://www.galactic.com/galactic/Data/spcfile.htm
    Grams file format. Molbio.
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q148/6/52.asp
    NAFXCWD.LIB and LIBCMTD.LIB. Link order. Afx. Q148652. MFC, Visual C++
    http://www.hyperionics.com
    Comandline calculator. Windows NT
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/c.asp?FR=0
    Search Microsoft support, Support Online. Main entry point. Will find by article ID, e.g. Q148652. Remembers past search strings.
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q128/6/41.asp
    /Mx compiler options options in Visual C++, dynamic/static link and Single-Threaded/Multi-Threaded
    http://www.vcdj.com/vcdj/oct96/mfccom.htm
    MFC and the Component Object ModelCCmdTarget in MFC. Detailed. Includes: DECLARE_INTERFACE_MAP, DCOM.
    http://www.visionx.com/mfcpro/mfc-l/idxsubj.htm
    MFC FAQs. By subject. Long list.
    http://www.rain.org/~da5e/nlpfaq.html
    NLP FAQ. From alt.psychology.nlp newsgroup
    ftp://ftp.bio.indiana.edu/molbio/readseq/
    I think Don Gilbert has a Mac port of his UNIX/Linux program readseq available at ftp.bio.indiana.edu. Molbio.
    ftp://ftp.bio.indiana.edu/molbio/readseq/src/Formats
    Description of molecular database formats. Including FASTA, GenBank and PIR. Date: 1992....... Molbio.
    ftp://golgi.harvard.edu/pub/CONTRIBUTIONS/molbio
    Molbio++. C++ library for mole. Includes reading/writing FASTA format
    http://www.ebi.ac.uk/biocat/biocat.html
    The BioCatalog. software directory of general interest in molecular biology. At EBI. Molbio.
    http://www.racad.net/hyder/
    N/C ratio for proteins, genes, cells , species, genetic codes and evolutions. N/C Biological clock. Molbio.
    http://mcrcr0.med.nyu.edu/rcr/course/sim-format.html
    Another FASTA format description. Molbio.
    http://thompson.mbt.washington.edu/sequest/fastadb.html
    Includes: "SEQUEST", lists database with URL that come in FASTA format (dbEST, genpept, ). Molbio.
    ftp://genome-ftp.stanford.edu/pub/yeast/yeast_protein/yeast_nrpep.fasta.Z
    Yeast sequence database. In FASTA format. Molbio.
    http://mcrcr0.med.nyu.edu/rcr/course/sim-blast.html
    Description of BLAST search. Molbio.
    ftp://ftp.bio.indiana.edu/molbio/Listings.html
    Free Software in Molecular Biology for Macintosh and MS Windows computers. Does NOT include programs with WWW frontends. Over 150 free software programs. Includes long list of programs, short clear descriptions of Clustal, Entrez, NIH Image, PHYLIP, RasMol, SeqPup, in main section. Good annotation in the main list. Even AppleScripts!. June 1998. Molbio.
    http://www.codemarine.com/
    Includes: MTS Challenge - , free COM-based file Splitter utility. DCOM
    http://www.microsoft.com/certified/
    Description of Microsoft Certified Solution Provider
    http://www.codemarine.com/publications.htm
    CodeMarine Publications (many are previews only). Includes: "COM Collection Classes", "Developing an Automation Object Model", "ActiveX Scripting Made Easy" (broken link 1998-08-15), "Designing ActiveX Components with the MFC Document/View Model". DCOM.
    http://www.microsoft.com/mind/0497/mfc.htm
    "Designing ActiveX Components with the MFC Document/View Model". <to be annotated> .DCOM
    http://www.codemarine.com/windev.htm
    codemarine at windev '98. includes: "mixing atl and mfc", "com enumeration with atl". dcom.
    http://www.lazerware.com/software.html
    Download page for OSA Menu, version 1.1., now 1.2b8 with release date 1998-06-25. ftp-version: <ftp://members.aol.com/macgician/OSAMenu1.1.hqx>. Also has the cryptoUCMD for Frontier, and others. AppleScript.
    ftp://ftp.lazerware.com/OSAMenu1.1.1b4.hqx
    New OSA menu. AppleScript.
    ftp://ftp.lazerware.com/OSAMenu1.2b8.hqx
    OSA Menu. AppleScript
    http://samba.anu.edu.au/samba/docs/faq/sambafaq.html
    <Really inside document at: #toc1>. SAMBA FAQ - file sharing protocol windows machines use. Runs on UNIX/Linux. URL is broken now.
    http://www.redhat.com/support/docs/rhl/Samba-Tips/
    Samba/Red Hat UNIX/Linux tips. Now says: "Forbidden"
    http://sunsite.auc.dk/samba/samba.html
    Samba pages. Includes man pages(samba, smbd, nmbd, smb.conf, smbpasswd, smbmnt, smbmount and others), Samba NT domain FAQ, Samba Server HOWTO pages, book called "Samba: Integrating UNIX/Linux and Windows..", Samba GUI managers,
    http://sunsite.auc.dk/samba/ntdom_faq/page6.html
    Samba. Answers: "How do I get my samba server to become a member ( not PDC) of an NT domain?"
    http://ag.arizona.edu/tree/home.pages/phylobiology.html
    Introduction to Phylogenetic Biology. Molbio.
    http://www.scripting.com/98/08/news07.xml
    XML example
    http://battle.net/faqs/starcraft/staredit/index.htm
    FAQ for StarCraft campaign editor
    http://www.xs4all.nl/~jipp/XML/simpsons.xml
    XML sample. BBC The Simpsons.
    http://www.hotbot.com/text/default.asp?SM=MC&MT=&search=SEARCH&DC=100&DE=0&AM0=MC&AT0=words&AW0=&AM1=MN&AT1=words&AW1=&savenummod=2&date=WH&DV=0&DR=newer&DM=1&DD=1&DY=98&FSU=1&FS=.xml&RD=AN&Domain=&RG=all&PS=A&PD=&_v=2&OPs=MDRTP&NUMMOD=2
    HotBot query for *.xml files. XML. Includes: The Physics Applet Collection - Thermodynamics (http://jersey.uoregon.edu/vlab/page4.html),
    http://xml.com/xml/pub/tools/ruwf/check.html
    XML syntax checker !. Includes links to sample XML. In fact link is balloon documentation - <http://jersey.uoregon.edu/vlab/Balloon/documentation.xml>.
    http://betty.userland.com/stateOfTheNet/xml/default.wsf
    Register your XML URLs at UserLand. Frontier.
    http://www.dinkumware.com/vc_fixes.html
    Fixes to Visual C++ 6.0's Standard Library
    http://www.dejanews.com/
    DejaNews. Good search words for Visual C++ 6.0 and the standard C++ library: vc6 standard library. Other search words for bugs: vector vc bugs, e.g. "Re: VC++ 5.0 std::vector error: pointer to nested class", <http://www.dejanews.com/dnquery.xp?search=thread&recnum=%3c%23LfbTgYV8GA.174@uppssnewspub05.moswest.msn.net%3e%231/1&svcclass=dnserver>. C`?
    http://users.deltanet.com/~tegan/HTMLfromCPP
    Convert C/C++ to HTML
    http://www.microsoft.com/visualcsupport/content/q153828/
    Visual C++ Buglist and Fixlist
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/xml/code/xmlValidator.html
    XML Validator. Input an URL and have it checked for well-formedness. Includes list of sample URLs. XML. Frontier.
    http://www.xml.com/xml/pub/tools/ruwf/check.html
    XML Validator at XML.COM. XML.
    http://cw-faq.mit.edu/cw-faq/faq
    The CodeWarrior FAQ. Not much content.
    http://www.projectcool.com/developer/xmlpub/xmlbasics/
    "XML Basics". XML tutorial. Includes. Starting an XML document describes how to start both well-Formed and valid XML documents, Elements, Attributes, Entities, Namespaces, XML tag reference
    http://www.stg.brown.edu/service/xmlvalid/
    XML Validation form
    http://www.techsoln.com/frontier/blox/
    blox. Suite for parsing, creating, and manipulating XML documents in Frontier 4 and Frontier 5. Reffered to in the book "The XML Handbook".
    http://www.nerc-essc.ac.uk/ESSC/Misc/Unusual_pics/uk19951214.gif
    Europe by night. Astro. Satellite.
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/testing/xmlRpcPlugin.html
    XML on Macintosh
    http://www.insightpd.com/frontier/pass.html
    Password generator. CGI and RPC-XML versions
    http://www.hasbrointeractive.com/games.html
    On-line games. Includes: Battleship, Pictionary and Risk
    http://www.missouri.edu/~ccnowlin/ring/join1.html
    Hard coder HTML registration page. Webring.
    http://www.builder.com/Business/Paul/080598/ss08.html
    Hand-coded HTML, underrated. Part of 20 documents structure with overrated and underrated HTML things. Cookies too.
    http://www.builder.com/Business/Paul/080598/ss06.html
    Underrated: Graceful degradation. HTML. Something for older browsers as well.
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/LDP/HOWTO/mini/Remote-X-Apps.html
    How to have an X program display on a different computer than the one it's running on. TOC for 7 sections. The most interesting is <http://sunsite.unc.edu/LDP/HOWTO/mini/Remote-X-Apps-5.html>
    http://www.cs.hut.fi/ssh/
    SSH (Secure Shell) Remote Login Program
    http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/u/relander/XML/hamlet.xml
    Shakespeare's Hamlet -in XML!
    http://betty.userland.com/stories/daveWiner/98/08/recentMicrosoftXmlAnnouncements.wsf
    Microsoft XML announcements, 1998-08
    http://hjem.get2net.dk/aldrich/
    Light pollution. Astro.
    http://home4.inet.tele.dk/frank.s/udflugt/indexx.html
    <Really inside document at: #__Top>. "P† udflugt i Cyberspace". Astro.
    http://users.cybercity.dk/~dko10040/astrolinks/foren/dkforen.htm
    Astronomical Associations in Denmark. Astro.
    http://home4.inet.tele.dk/astromed/foren.html
    Complete list of Astronomical Associations in Denmark. Astro.
    http://apollo.dsri.dk/AS/obs.html
    Urneborg meeting
    http://www.math.tu-clausthal.de/~matsa/Warcraft.2/Warcraft2.PUDs.collected.gb.html
    Old URL: <http://www.math.tu-clausthal.de/~matsa/Warcraft.2/collected/single.html>. Warcraft II levels
    http://www.protana.com/~pm/nrdbAuto.txt
    An example AppleScript. Automatic download, indexing, etc. of PeptideSearch sequence index files.
    http://space.jpl.nasa.gov/
    Solar system simulator.
    http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/lperl2/noframes.html
    Learning Perl, 2nd Edition, July 1997. ISBN 1-56592-149-6. Randal L. Schwartz and Tom Christiansen
    http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/pperl2/
    Programming Perl, 2nd Edition, September 1996. ISBN 1-56592-149-6. Larry Wall, Tom Christiansen and Randal L. Schwartz
    http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/cookbook/
    Perl Cookbook. 1st Edition August 1998. ISBN 1-56592-243-3. Tom Christiansen and Nathan Torkington
    http://apollo.dsri.dk/smaasatellit/mybal3.html
    A proposed microsatellite for detecting GRB's (Gamma Ray Bursters). Includes: "A staggering 10**53 ergs have been derived in one case, implying an instantaneous luminosity of this source similar to the combined emission from all other objects in the Universe". Astro.
    http://www.009.dk/privat.asp
    Danish telephone numbers, search
    http://developer.apple.com/techpubs/mac/AppleScriptLang/AppleScriptLang-2.html
    Electronic version of the book "AppleScript Language Guide. English Dialect" Old URL: <http://devworld.apple.com/dev/techsupport/insidemac/AppleScriptLang/AppleScriptLang-2.html>
    http://www.incyte.com/
    Incyte Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Incyte database. Molbio.
    http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-iesg-using-http-00.txt
    "On the use of HTTP as a Substrate for Other Protocols". Includes: use of ports, punching holes in firewalls. "the convention of appending an "s" to the URL scheme to mean "use TLS or SSL" (as in "http:" vs "https:") is nonstandard and should not be propagated."
    http://www.sciencemag.org/content/current/
    Science magazine, current content. 1998-09-04: Lunar Prospector results.
    http://highwire.stanford.edu/
    List of scientific journals with emphasis on biology. Includes: EMBO Journal and Science. Molbio
    http://come.to/
    Free redirect from e.g. to ones homepage.
    http://www.relisoft.com/co_op/facts.html
    Code Co-op. Distributed version control. Works for distributed teams by e-mail! Doesn't require a central server. Includes: "However, if you are in a situation where you have developers in more than one location with no LAN between them, Code Co-op is the only tool on the market that can help you.", "In particular, if your changes don't overlap your co-worker's changes, you'll probably be satisfied with the result. If not, we provide a sophisticated user interface for viewing and editing merged files.". Tutorial at <http://www.relisoft.com/co_op/tutorial/index.htm>. Download at <ftp://www.relisoft.com/relisoft/co-opset.exe>. Good
    http://www.microsoft.com/msj/1098/vc6NewFeatures/vc6NewFeaturestop.htm
    Real information about Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0
    http://www.columbia.edu/acis/bartleby/strunk/
    Elements of style, new URL
    http://www.dictionary.com/dictionary/
    dictionary.... King's English. Websters. Link to the famous "Elements of Style" - use of 's, Old URL: <http://www2.dictionary.com/dictionary/>. Good.
    http://www.nima.mil/gns/bin/validate_query
    Coordinates for cities. e.g. can find very small villages in Denmark. Astro. Not valid: <http://www.nima.mil/gns/bin/validate_query>, not even <http://www.nima.mil/gns/bin/validate_query?username=guest1&password=guest1>. Access through <http://164.214.2.59/gns/html/index.html> (introduction).
    http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/3171/
    StarCraft levels - SCMs. Some levels at <http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/3171/download.html>
    http://www.kaipo.com/starcraft/
    List of Starcraft sites with annonatation. Some have StarCraft levels - SCMs.
    http://pages.prodigy.net/lrguy420/
    StarCraft levels - SCMs. Currently 4. Also includes cheats
    http://www.erols.com/whitedp/maps/maps.htm
    StarCraft levels - SCMs. Currently 7.
    http://www.blizzardgames.com/blizzard-links/community/starcraft.shtml
    List of Starcraft sites with annonatation. 61 have StarCraft levels (!)- SCMs.
    http://members.xoom.com/southned/Scums/single.htm
    Two single player StarCraft levels - SCMs
    http://members.xoom.com/42042/star_101.zip
    StarCraft patch, 1.01
    http://www.jps.net/loeung/scmz.htm
    StarCraft levels - SCMs.
    http://www.relisoft.com/index.htm
    Includes: "About OLE. Did you know that OLE had a fatal flaw from its very conception? The architects of OLE learned about it years ago, but didn't fix it because they thought that "there was too much existing code." Got your attention? Find out more. ". Also includes Windows programming tutorials. DCOM.
    http://www.geo.mtu.edu/weather/aurora/
    Aurora, K-index. $$$$$. Astro.
    http://www.ips.gov.au/asfc/current/geomagnetic.html
    <Really inside document at: #geoobs>. URL is broken now. Aurora, another K-index. Astro.
    http://www.macintouch.com/gpg.html
    GPG: GNU Privacy Guard. Includes: "(GPG) is a complete and free replacement for PGP. Because it does not use IDEA or RSA it can be used without any restrictions.", Full replacement of PGP, does not use any patented algorithms, GPLed - written from scratch. Download at <ftp://ftp.guug.de/pub/gcrypt/gnupg-0.3.4.tar.gz>
    http://www.net.lut.ac.uk/psst/RFC
    SSH (Secure Shell) Remote Login Protocol. Date: 1995-11-15
    http://www.webcom.com/rphair/bis/resources/kinweb.html
    List of Bio-informations resources. Unfortunately NOT annotated. Molbio.
    http://www.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/bcd/Curric/welcome.html
    BioComputing Course. Includes: Pairwise Sequence Alignments, FastA/Blast Exercises, Multiple Alignment, Molecular Phylogenetics, Genetic Algorithms and Protein Folding, Molbio.
    http://www.iscb.org/training.html
    Training programs in bioinformatics and computational biology. Includes annotated list of books. Molbio.
    http://bio.perl.org/
    BioPerl - association of developers of public domain Perl tools for computational molecular biology. Includes: sequence object, "Lincoln Stein's article, "How Perl Saved the Human Genome Project", "Script Central Help us prevent people from wasting time reinventing the wheel. Many of the tasks that perl is used for within computational biology & bioinformatics are common throughout academia and industry.". Annotated list of modules at: <http://www.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/bcd/Perl/Bio/welcome.html>, including generating, parsing, and analyzing BLAST sequence analysis reports. Molbio.
    http://hyrax.bio.indiana.edu:81/~wfischer/Perl_Scripts/
    Parsing of files: GenBank, NEXUS, . Nucleotide to amino-acid (DNA to protein) translation with: Expands degeneracies to unambiguous amino-acids, alternate genetic codes. Perl. Molbio.
    http://www.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/bcd/original-welcome.html
    Biocomputing course. Includes: Biocomputing For Everyone. Molbio.
    http://www.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/bcd/ForAll/Basics/welcome.html
    Includes: Phylogenetic trees; comparison protein cytochrome C for several plants, animals and fungi. Molbio.
    http://www.lmb.uni-muenchen.de/groups/bioinformatics/bioinfo-95.html
    Includes lots of sexy words in bioinformatics, e.g. homology and mutation matrices, Motif analysis, profile analysis, introns, exons and ORF. Molbio.
    http://www.lmb.uni-muenchen.de/groups/bioinformatics/ch10/chap-10.html
    Introduction/cource notes for Phylogenetic analysis. Includes actual trees of life. Molbio.
    http://www.lmb.uni-muenchen.de/groups/bioinformatics/ch1/databases.html
    Description of databases: EMBL Nucleotide Sequence database, GenBank, SWISS-PROT, PIR-International Protein Sequence Database, Brookhaven Protein Data Base (3D) and more: dbEST, GDB, ENZYME, FlyBase, PROSITE, VecBase . Molbio.
    http://chemfinder.camsoft.com/
    ChemFinder. Knew Cytochrome C!, C42H54FeN8O6S2. Good.
    http://www.science.gmu.edu/~ntongvic/Bioinformatics/index.html
    Internet Resources for Bioinformatics. List of links. Strong on courses. Not annotated. Molbio.
    http://www.vislist.com
    Archives for the VISION-LIST mailing list; image processing. Membership at mailto:ZZZZZZmoderator@vislist.com. More than half of the messages are vacancies and call for papers/conference programmes. Archives at ftp://ftp.vislist.com
    http://www.cs.umd.edu/~rgc/RRCapture/RRCapture.html
    RRCapture. Video capture program used to capture uncompressed image sequences with Bitflow RoadRunner digital frame grabbers. Free and with source code. Image.
    http://pdl.perl.org/
    PDL home page (Perl Data Language). Extention to standard perl to handle large N dimensional data sets for example 2D images. Free alternative to IDL and MatLab. Includes: "The goal is to allow PDL to interact with a variety of external" numerical packages, graphics and visualisation systems. Easy interfacing to such systems is one of the core design features of PDL. FAQ at <http://pdl.perl.org/Doc/pdlfaq.html>. File formats: raw format, generic raw format, FITS, ASCII, TIFF, GIF, JPEG, MPEG movies, NetCDF. Image.
    http://starbase.neosoft.com/~claird/comp.unix.programmer/ftp_automation.html
    List of programs to automate ftp transfers. Includes Perl, wget, Re-directed input (with -i and -n switch)
    ftp://sunsite.auc.dk/pub/languages/perl/CPAN//scripts/ftpstuff/
    Perl scripts for ftp transfer. File list at <ftp://sunsite.auc.dk/pub/languages/perl/CPAN//scripts/ftpstuff/menu>.
    http://www.aao.gov.au/local/www/kgb/pgperl/
    PGPLOT. 2D plot from Perl. Includes: "PGPLOT is a very popular library for plotting astronomical data.", is Fortran- and C-callable, supports PostScript and GIF, directed to the appropriate device at run time, Home page at <http://astro.caltech.edu/~tjp/pgplot/>.
    http://www.dejanews.com/home_ps.shtml
    DejaNews: perl ftp transfer script wget
    http://www.dejanews.com/home_ps.shtml
    DejaNews: "CCD camera program". Others: frame grabber programmatic image camera camera programmatic image CCD programmatic CCD camera program source
    http://www.anybrowser.org/campaign/abdesign2.shtml
    Accessible Site Design Guide. HTML/WWW design.
    http://www.scriptics.com/tclpro/
    TclPro. Commercial development environment for TCL/Tk. Time limited demo version is available.
    http://speedy.mips.biochem.mpg.de/mips/yeast/
    The Yeast Genome Project. Unfortunately this site uses frames. Molbio.
    ftp://ftp.ebi.ac.uk/pub/databases/yeast/ORF_SEQS/dnaseq.pir
    Yeast genome database, complete raw data. Molbio.
    http://www.access.gpo.gov/congress/icreport/
    Bill and Monica. See also <http://thomas.loc.gov/ICreport/>
    http://www.perl.com/CPAN-local/doc/manual/html/lib/Config.html
    Perl's Config thing. Is NOT the same as the CPAN::Config!. Perl
    http://web.inter.NL.net/hcc/elimburg.doa/software.htm
    Lunar Occultation Workbench - LOW, version 1.3. Lunar occultation software. From Dutch Occultation Association. 7 MB download. Freeware. Astro.
    http://www.talkway.com/
    DejaNews alternative
    http://www.realize.com/
    DejaNews alternative - or is it? . Unfortunately it uses frames.
    http://www.learningtree.com/se/ilt/index.html
    Learning Tree International (Sweden)
    ftp://www.perl.com/pub/perl/CPAN/authors/id/GSAR/perl5.00402-bindist04-bc.zip
    Perl for Windows NT. Requires WinZip for avoid 8.3 filename problems, e.g. DirHandle.pm instead of DirHandl.pm
    http://akpublic.research.att.com/~ymwang/resources/COM-R-FAQ.htm
    COM reliability FAQ. DCOM
    http://people.yahoo.com/
    global email search engine. Spammer's paradise? Alternative URL: <http://www.four11.com>
    http://xx.xx.xx/
    Date mark: 1998-09-28
    http://www.cygnus.com/~ncm/stdlib.html
    Egcs Standard C++ Library. No ostream, istream yet. At <ftp://ftp.cygnus.com/pub/g++/libstdc++-v3/>. UNIX/Linux. STL.
    http://grohol.com/netscape.htm
    Why Netscape's Web server software stinks - "Netscape Enterprise Web server". (and Microsoft's too). Go with Linux and Apache
    http://www.dsri.dk/AS/foredragE98.html
    DK: Astronomisk Selskab, foredrag efter†r 1998. Astro.
    http://www.dknet.dk/misc/postnumre
    Danish zip codes. Danske postnumre. no longer active. New?: <http://www.igang.dk/postnumre/postnumre.txt>.
    http://www.cnn.com/TRAVEL/PURSUITS/FOOD/9809/chesapeake.crabs.lat/
    Seafood, Chesapeake Bay, Maryland/Virginia, USA
    http://www.erols.com/asg/tcpcmd/
    tcpcmd 2.1.2, new version. Frontier.
    http://www.sun.com/980908/xml/
    XML: Document and Information Management. Part of series of articles. <to be read>
    http://www.dundas.com/SDK/default.htm
    Ultimate TCP/IP. C++ library for communications. "If you need to develop custom protocols for your own network or simply need to extend your existing server, this is the communications component you have been looking for".
    http://www.dundas.com/uvbs20/default.htm
    Run any application as a Windows NT Service. Commercial program. Allows configuration of the applications priority level - allows applications to use as little or as much processor time as needed.
    http://www.looking-glass.org/shell.html
    Linux/UNIX shells. UNIX shell differences and how to change your shell
    http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/features/xml98/index.html
    PC Labs Reviews XML
    http://www.kernel-panic.com/links/devel.html
    Linux/UNIX: Integrated Development Environments, text editors, Debuggers, . Links with annotation. Includes: Minos, a Forth environment.
    http://www.whitefang.com/unix/faq_toc.html
    Linux/UNIX FAQ. Includes: "How can I tell how much memory my system has?"
    http://s9412a.steinan.ntnu.no/~teg/linuxlist/linuxlist-Software_development.html
    Software development for Linux/UNIX. Annotated list of links. Really nice icon. Includes: CCCC A free source code metrics tool, Jitterbug A web based bug tracking system, Minos A GUI builder for X, written for bigFORTH, VCG Visualization of Compiler Graphs - creates a graph from a textual specification,
    http://www.faq.org/programming.shtml
    Programming FAQs. Unfortunately this list is not annotated. Includes: Real-Time Computing FAQ, Assembly Programmers FAQ, AWT FAQ, CD-i developer's FAQ <http://www.iinc.com/cgi-bin/spooky/home/index.cgi>?, Cryptography FAQ, DNS FAQ, Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Expert Systems FAQ, Fuzzy Logic FAQ,
    http://www.fste.ac.cowan.edu.au/~tlittlef/
    CCCC - Software Metrics tool. Free source code. Does LOC !
    http://www.redhat.com/~johnsonm/lad/preface.html
    Book: Linux Application Development, Michael K. Johnson and Erik W. Troan. UNIX/Linux.
    http://www.image.dk/~tryl/hjemme/
    Generates a home page in 2 minutes... In Danish.
    http://www.ocdesign.dk/login.htm
    Chat....
    http://www.dumbentia.com/sins.html
    7 sins
    http://www.develop.com/kbrown/
    "Effective COM". Distributed object security DCOM. By Keith Brown, also auhtor of "Effective COM"
    http://www.develop.com/kbrown/com/secfaq.htm
    COM Security FAQ. DCOM
    http://www.develop.com/dbox/default.asp
    Home page of Don Box. DCOM.
    http://discuss.microsoft.com/SCRIPTS/WA-MSD.EXE?A1=ind9809d&L=dcom
    DCOM mailing list archives. DCOM
    ftp://www.perl.org/pub/CPAN/ports/win32/Standard/x86/perl5.005_51.tar.gz
    Perl for Win32. Windows NT.
    http://www.wam.umd.edu/~mikenel/dcom/dcomtool.htm
    DCOM Tools and Samples. Includes: "A COM component which provides functions to manipulate DCOM security settings.", DCOM Performance and Diagnostic Testing Utility
    http://www.projectcool.com/developer/xmlpub/xmlbasics/
    XML Basics. Sort of table of contents, 9 elements. Tutorial.
    http://www.dcs.ex.ac.uk/~aba/rsa/
    3 line RSA encryption and decryption. In Perl. Can be used as signature. Really shows how to get started with encryption.
    http://reference.perl.com/query.cgi?xml
    Perl XML module. Documentation and link to software.
    http://reference.perl.com/query.cgi?windows
    Perl, Windows specific. Includes: Registry,
    http://www.perl.com/CPAN-local/modules/by-module/Tie/Tie-Registry-0.12.zip
    Manipulate registry with Perl. Tie::Registry. ReadMe file is in the same folder
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Park/8312/sockets.htm
    Perl sockets programming. Actual Perl source code. Includes: SMTP mail,
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Park/8312/regexts.htm
    <Really inside document at: #Recurse the registry>. Registry Perl scripts for 95 and NT. Includes: Recurse the registry.
    http://www.lego.com
    as above. Which one is the right ? DK home: <http://www.lego.com/dk/default.asp>. Comments to <mailto:zzzzzzDanmark@LEGO.com?Subject=General questions>
    http://www.mousesystems.com/mssupp.htm
    Mouse Systems Corp. Makes optical mice. Unfortunately this site uses frames. Also sells LittleMouse ADB (P/N 903786)
    http://www.mousesystems.com/1301.htm
    Optical mice
    http://x13.dejanews.com/jump/http://www.perl.com/CPAN-local/authors/Gurusamy_Sarathy/perl5.00402-bindist04-bc.zip
    Sarathy NT port of Perl and its Net::FTP module
    http://reference.perl.com/query.cgi?net
    Networking related Perl modules. Includes: DNS Tools, \ Bundle (Net::FTP, Net::SMTP, Net::Domain, Net::Telnet, Net::Time, Net::NNTP, Net::POP3), Net::DNS,
    http://www.panix.com/~clay/perl/module.cgi?File::Copy
    Empty. But in Perl installation: O:\install\Perl\goodperl\html\lib\File\Copy.html
    http://www.gnome.org/gnumeric/
    Spreadsheet application for Linux (or is it Windows? - does not say ). Free software - GPL. Native file format is XML!
    http://x14.dejanews.com/jump/ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/bussys/winnt/winnt-public/fixes/usa/nt40/hotfixes-postSP3/
    IIS hot fixes. IIS is Microsoft's Web-server. Includes: fix for ASP memory leak,
    http://cgi.chicago.tribune.com/tech/columns/0,1710,3,00.html
    Article: A look at the advantages of XML. Best introduction to XML seen so far. Includes: good examles (DTD, well formed versus valid, ), "XML doesn't bar the creation of proprietary formats", "XML's potential as a universal transfer format, allowing even applications of different types to exchange data smoothly, holds as much promise as its role as a document system.". Very good.
    http://forums.matroxusers.com/
    Matrox Millenium site. News oriented. Unfortunately this site uses frames. Includes: link to a new Matrox site: <http://grafi.ii.pw.edu.pl/gbm/matrox/>
    http://forums.matroxusers.com/cgi-bin/Ultimate.cgi?action=topics&forum=g200+and+the+future&number=2&DaysPrune=10
    Matrox Millenium G200 discussion
    http://www.w3.org/People/Raggett/tidy/
    HTML Tidy. Utility to format/indent HTML. HTML 4.0. Support for XML. Command line program but will be Windows program soon
    http://www.pureperformance.com/
    Windows NT tips.
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/advanced/ad2.htm
    How to optimize disk I/O by changing the registry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\IoPageLockLimit, a REG_DWORD value. Unit: bytes. 0 means 512*1024 bytes.
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/advanced/ad1.htm
    Windows NT only uses 256 KB of L2 cache!! Can be changed to actual size of the L2 cache. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\SecondLevelDataCache. Unit is KB, eg. 512 for 512 KB. 0 means 256 KB Is this only for Pentium Pro?
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/harddisk/hd03.htm
    About Windows NT virtual memory. The optimal configuration is to set the minimum and maximum to the same size preventing the OS from resizing the file. Optimal placement: one paging file per hard disk on a separate dedicated ***FAT*** partition (not NTFS) that does not contain the NT system files. Worst placement: paging file on the same drive as the NT system files !!!!!! NT can have up to 16 paging files at one time and can read and write to multiple paging files simultaneously. How to dimension size. Good
    http://www.tomshardware.com/
    News oriented site for computer hardware, especially new CPUs, motherboards and AGP graphics cards.
    http://www.cnet.com/Content/Features/Howto/NT4tips/ss08.html
    Windows NT and network tips. Table of contents page. Includes: use NTFS for other operating systems, Pick the right Registry editor, Create an NT boot disk, Rename the Administrator account, Speed up paging, Segregate 16-bit apps, Watch out for IIS gotchas
    http://www.ping.be/bios/
    A BIOS page. Includes site search facility
    http://www.lemig.umontreal.ca/bios/bios_sg.htm
    Another BIOS page.
    http://www.pureperformance.com/all/a05.htm
    Configure the BIOS with the most aggressive settings. Includes: links to two screen shots with settings
    http://www.lemig.umontreal.ca/bios/pcipnp.htm
    Explanation of BIOS; Plug and Play/PCI: Legacy Cards, Concurrent PCI, Multi Transaction Timer, Passive Release, Delayed Transaction, Write merging. Comprehensive.... Is this for a particular BIOS/motherboard?
    http://www.tomshardware.com/bios.html
    BIOS Guide
    http://www.ping.be/bios/bios.shtml
    Motherboard manufacturers list. BIOS. Comprehensive.
    http://www.ping.be/bios/settings.html
    BIOS settings: Standard CMOS Setup, BIOS Features Setup, Advanced BIOS Settings, PnP/PCI Setup, Integrated Peripherals, Power Management and Manuals
    http://www.ping.be/bios/faq.html
    BIOS FAQ. Includes: What to do if you don't know the name of your motherboard, Award BIOS passwords
    http://www.lemig.umontreal.ca/bios/importst.htm
    Important BIOS Settings. Table of contents page
    http://www.tomshardware.com/moth-bx-main.html
    IRQ5. "Any IRQ higher than 7 would show this described inability to connect to a networK". BIOS
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/winNT.htm
    Windows NT tips, sorted by category
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/harddisk/hd06.htm
    How to update SCSI. Control Panel/SCSI Adapters/Drivers tab/Add/Have Disk. Windows NT.
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/harddisk/hd07.htm
    Windows NT performance tip: disable 8.3 names: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\FileSystem\NtfsDisable8dot3NameCreation=1
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/installation/in4.htm
    How to make a floppy disk capable of booting Windows NT. On blank floppy: copy boot.ini, NTLDR, NTDETECT.com and bootsect.dos. And possibly ntboosdd.sys.
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/misc/misc07.htm
    How to disable Posix and OS/2 subsystems. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Subsystems\optional=0. Windows NT.
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/harddisk/hd01.htm
    Defragmentation tips. Recommends Diskeeper as defragmentation tool. Detailed instruction including boot time defragmentation for directory consolation
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/harddisk/hd02.htm
    Tips on creating an NTFS partition. Optimal: Formatting a new partition from Disk Administrator. Includes: MFT (Master File Table), how to see fragmentation of in Diskeeper
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/misc/misc08.htm
    Disable Cd autoplay on Windows NT. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\CD-ROM\AutoRun=0
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/harddisk/hd10.htm
    NTFS vs. FAT. Includes: FAT is faster on smaller partitions.
    http://www.pureperformance.com/all/a09.htm
    How to separate Internet Explorer from the operating system. Run in a seperate memory space and increases reliability. Control Panel/Internet/Advanced/Browse in a new process
    http://www.tomshardware.com/xeon.html
    Why old Pentium Pro L2 cache is faster than Pentium II when Pentium II is lower than 400 MHz. 512 MB RAM limitation for Pentium II slower than 333 MHz. Pentium II is only available with 512 kB L2 cache and running at half the core clock speed. Pentium II can only run in dual mode, Pentium Pro can go to 4. Xeon: 512 kB, 1 MB and 2 MB L2 cache running at the same clock as the core 440GX AGPset for workstations, 2 GB RAM. 450NX PCIset is for Xeon servers, 8 GB RAM.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/agp-perf.html
    Article: does AGP really improve performance?. Truths about AGP, including unfair benchmarking by Intel - e.g. "Intel prefers Execute Mode because it only runs with AGP" Includes: "Is AGP faster than PCI? YES, but not by much.", how AGP creates a nasty performance bottleneck
    http://www.tomshardware.com/agp-video.html
    Benchmarks of AGP cards.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/agp.html
    AGP explained in detail. 1997-08
    http://www.tomshardware.com/performance.html
    Enhancing Performance - PCs. Includes: Benchmark programs for harddisk interface performance, harddisk performance, memory performance.
    http://www.cnet.com/Content/Features/Howto/NT4tips/ss03h.html
    How to disable NetBIOS on Internet connection to cut network traffic
    http://www.cnet.com/Content/Features/Howto/NT4tips/ss06g.html
    Windows NT security tip: rename the Administrator account
    http://www.cnet.com/Content/Features/Howto/NT4tips/ss07e.html
    Launching applications with a particular priority. Windows NT. Uses the start command from the command line and one of: /low, /normal, /high and /realtime
    http://www.cnet.com/Content/Features/Howto/NT4tips/ss05a.html
    Turn the disk subsystem performance counters on for Window NT/Performance Monitor. diskperf -y and diskperf -n. Reboot between changes.
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/page/memopt.html
    Optimize Memory in Windows NT. Includes: do not shadow the ROMBios into RAM - NT doesn't use it, so it just takes up RAM, list of services not needed at startup
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/files/index.html
    System files in Windows NT - table of content page
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/files/serv.html
    Annotated list of Windows NT services with name and .exe name. By category: necessary services, services to set to manual or disable. Also includes: how to run any application as a service by using srvany.exe, <http://mspress.microsoft.com/reslink/preview/toolbox/default.asp?filechosen=tools/srvany.htm>, starting and stopping services from the command line; net start <display name> and net stop <display name> - see also <http://www.suite101.com/articles/article.cfm/11004>, information about services in registry: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/files/filesboot.html
    Description of files needed on Windows NT boot drive; on hard disk or floppy. Files: ntldr, boot.ini, ntbootdd.sys, bootsect.dos and ntdetect.com
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/files/filesroot.html
    Windows NT {systemroot} files, e.g G:\WINNT
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/files/files32.html
    Windows NT System32 files files, e.g G:\WINNT\system32
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/files/filesdll.html
    Annotated list of DLLs in Windows NT. Comprehensive. Good.
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/page/pagefile.html
    Pagefile size; rule: from (Physical Memory) + 12MB up to (Physical Memory) x 2MB
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/page/memprimr.html
    Windows NT Memory Primer: process, working set, available memory, kernel memory (Paged Pool and NonPaged Pool). Includes: ensure that all kernel code stays in physical memory; HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\DisablePagingExecutive=1, disabling the Paging Executive to have the paging file used as little as possible.
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/page/memprimr.html
    Good explanation of the fields in the Windows NT Task Manager's Performance tab: commit charge. Includes: use a large or small file cache, HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\LargeSystemCache=1
    http://personal.cfw.com/~tkprit/page/leakers.html
    Known Windows NT memory leakers. Include: Microsoft Outlook; 4 MB - MAPI DLL
    http://iphcip1.physik.uni-mainz.de/~astro/eclipse99/bilder/sofi1999.jpg
    More detailed track of the 1998-08-11 total solar eclipse in Germany. Heidelberg is right at the northen limit! Linked from <http://iphcip1.physik.uni-mainz.de/~astro/eclipse99/welcome.html>. Very detailed weather at <http://iphcip1.physik.uni-mainz.de/~astro/eclipse99/weather.html>.
    http://www.nja.dk/nt/
    Busses Aalborg - Pandrup. Main: <http://www.nja.dk/nt/> Trains: http://bahn.hafas.de/bin/db.s98/detect.exe/bin/db.s98/query.exe/d?
    http://www.asus.com/downloads/device-dl.asp
    Device drivers for ASUS motherboards: SCSI, network
    http://www.excite.com/
    Good keywords: Adaptec 2940 power off restart. And: Adaptec power off restart found (timeout). Adaptec AND power AND off AND restart AND (found OR timeout)
    http://www.frankeser.net/drivers/drivers/1-adap.htm
    Adaptec drivers, including ..
    ftp://ftp.adaptec.com/pub/BBS/hardware/
    Adaptec updates.
    http://www.pureperformance.com/NT/harddisk/hd13.htm
    Windows NT and SCSI parameters like Write Cache. For Adaptec and uses EZ-SCSI/"SCSI explorer"
    http://www.adaptec.com/
    Adaptec
    ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse_update/suse53/disks/aic7890
    Linux for ASUS P2B-LS, AIC7890U2W. Ultra-2. Good DejaNews keywords: 7890 asus p2b
    http://www.image.dk/~importen/
    M@dsen Import. Includes: California Graphics 3D Wizard 8 Mb Voodoo 2 kort
    http://www.expasy.ch/sprot/tagident.html
    search service which accepts pI, species and estimated molecular weight. Molbio.
    http://www.news.inet.tele.dk/
    Web interface to Tele Danmark USENET server
    http://tucows.inet.tele.dk/
    Tele Danmark Tucows mirror
    ntp://ntp.inet.tele.dk
    Timeserver. Tele Danmark
    http://falcon.jmu.edu/~jenninms/apps/picsaver/picsaver.zip
    Screen saver. Displays GIF, JPEG, etc
    http://web-e6.zdnet.com/pcmag/pctech/content/17/03/os1703.001.html
    Introduction to WSH - Windows Scripting Host. Includes: "you can use the Windows Scripting Host to script any application that supports OLE Automation", WshShell.Popup - obtain simple yes/no answers from the user, WshNetwork can also enumerate all the currently mapped network drives and printers, read a file; FileSystemObject and TextStream, On Error Resume Next, DCOM. Good.
    http://web-e6.zdnet.com/pcmag/pctech/content/17/12/os1712.001.html
    File- and folder-handling with WSH - Windows Scripting Host. Final example script is at <http://hotfiles.zdnet.com/cgi-bin/texis/swlib/hotfiles/getit.bin?fcode=000QZW>, v17n12.zip. Includes: Four file-handling objects: FileSystemObject, Folder object, File object and Drive object, Create text file: Set FSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") _ Set TestFile = FSO.CreateTextFile("c:\testfile.txt", True) _ TestFile.WriteLine("This is a test file with one line in it.") _ TestFile.Close, GetExtensionName method of the FileSystemObject, recursive folder walk, DCOM. Good
    http://www.datatranslation.com/
    Framegrabber cards
    http://www.datx.com/products/imaging/dt3157/dt3157.html
    DT3157. For digital camera . 4-4096 x 1-4096, 4M pixels max
    http://web-e6.zdnet.com/pcmag/pctech/content/17/12/os1712.006.html
    WSH/VBScript's file-handling objects
    ftp://ftp.natinst.com/support/daq/mac/ni-daq/6.1.1/complete/
    NI-DAQ 6.1.1 for Macintosh (driver software for I/O,acquisition cards). 1998-10-19. National Instruments
    http://ezzell.org/Error_Contest/Error_Contest.html
    List of the worst software error messages
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1565923561/qid%3D910016570/002-2988594-6571459
    Developing Windows Error Messages. Ben Ezzell and Ron Petrusha
    http://www.merzwaren.com/cream/
    Replacement for OSL. Free. set of C++ classes, without relying on the Object Support Library (no tokens, no accessor callbacks). Uses Jens Alfke's AEGizmos library to minimize the number of calls to the Apple Event Manager and the Memory Manager. AppleScript.
    http://www.imf.au.dk/~kls/astro/oaa.html
    Danish local astronomical society. Includes: list of observatories at <http://www.imf.au.dk/~kls/astro/obs.html>; private observatories can be added to this list, klsZZZZZZZZZZZ@imf.au.dk Astro.
    http://www.nytimes.com/library/tech/98/09/biztech/articles/28java.html
    JavaScript security hole
    http://www.politikken.dk/
    Mapped to <http://Politiken.dk/VisArtikel.iasp?PageID=1>. Politiken, danish newspaper. Different number of k's...... Abo service: Tlf 70150101, <ZZZZZZZZZZzabonnement@pol.dk>
    http://www.heise.de/ct/
    c't editors. ZZZZZct@ct.heise.de
    http://members.xoom.com/Zac_Pujic/jupiter.html
    Observing Jupiter. Zac Pujic, Southern Astronomical Society, Australia. Described by some participants on the danish astro-list to be "fantastic". Detailed, with theory. Astro.
    http://www.crhc.uiuc.edu/~dburke/databookshelf.html
    DATA SHEET links. For 4000 series CMOS use: SGS-Thomson, Harris, Philips, Motorola and National (Fairchild?). For TTL use: SGS-Thomson, Harris, Philips, Motorola, National (Fairchild?) and Texas Instruments. IC.
    http://www.questlink.com/page.htm?proc=index&site=0&id=105000&vendor=0&mid=MORTENSEN
    Bookmark for the above. IC/electronic data sheets.
    http://www.questlink.com/redirect.pl?proc=dnld&site=0&brief=29372&id=157210&doc=sdls043.pdf&part=SN74122&class=DS&vendor=11320&mid=MORTENSEN&goto=http://www-s.ti.com/sc/psheets/sdls043/sdls043.pdf
    Datasheet for 74LS122, retriggerable monostable multivibrator, TTL
    http://developer.intel.com/design/perftool/index.htm
    Intel Software Performance Products Home Page. Includes: link to VTune 2.5.2, Intel C/C++ Compiler, Peformance Tools Support Site, Performance Library Suite
    http://www.intel.com/design/perftool/vtune/
    VTUNE - performance analysis and tuning environment from Intel. Features at <http://developer.intel.com/design/perftool/vtune/keyfeat2.htm>. Order info at <http://developer.intel.com/design/perftool/vtcd/order.htm>, Europe/UK at <http://www.pts.co.uk/webc/showprod.htm!?prodid=VTUNE&sid=13e4b>; GBP 199. Includes: detection of miss-aligned data references
    http://scripts.intel.com/cgi-shl/download.pl?url=/design/perftool/vtune/exes/tryvtune.exe&title=VTune:+Evaluation+Copy+Download+Locations&fullpg=3&site=developer
    VTune. 18.5 MB!!
    http://www.pts.co.uk/webc/showcat.htm!?index=10&company=&sid=13e4b
    Development products. Includes BoundsChecker, VTUNE, Visual Quantify (Performance Analysis and Profiling for NT ;Free Eval), Purify,
    ftp://ftp.pts.co.uk/pub/ptsdirect/evals/intel/vtdemo.exe
    Demo of VTUNE - Performance analysis and tuning environment from Intel. New version. Or is the URL <ftp://ftp1.pts.co.uk/pub/ptsdirect/evals/intel/vtdemo.exe>?
    http://apps.intel.com/scripts-util/download.asp?url=/design/perftool/vtune/exes/demo/VTDemo.exe&title=VTune:+Evaluation+Copy+Download+Locations&fullpg=3&site=developer
    VTune 3.0 evaluation. Europe URL: <ftp://download.intel.nl/design/perftool/vtune/exes/demo/vtdemo.exe>. Installation instructions <http://developer.intel.com/design/perftool/vtune/demdnlod.htm>
    ftp://download.intel.com/design/perftool/vtune/pdf/getstart.pdf
    Getting started guide for VTune
    http://x6.dejanews.com/jump/ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/2.2.6-RELEASE/tools/
    <to be annotated>.
    ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/tools/fdimage.exe
    fdimage, to create image file of a floppy disk. Usage examle: fdimage -f 1.44M
    http://www.toms.net/rb/
    Linux on one floppy. Useful for running dd - creates images of floppy disks. Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.nytimes.com/yr/mo/day/news/national/science/sci-worm-genome.html
    Story about completion of C. Elegans genome determination. CAENORHABDITIS ELEGANS. Molbio. No longer accessible as of 1998-12-14T11:13:00+02:00
    http://www.sixdegrees.com/
    Ring of people, connect to world population through 5.48 persons. No response as of 1998-12-14T10:09:00+02:00
    http://elegans.swmed.edu/
    C. Elegans home page. Caenorhabditis Elegans. Molbio.
    ftp://genome.wustl.edu/pub/gsc1/sequence/st.louis/elegans/finish/
    Caenorhabditis Elegans sequence, final (?). Molbio.
    ftp://ftp.sanger.ac.uk/pub/databases/C.elegans_sequences/EMBL_FORMAT/
    Better annotated than the above. In EMBL format, also translated to AA (CDS). Divided into I, II, III, IV, UNSORTED, V, X. Get whole data set, tar'ed and zip'ped: <ftp://ftp.sanger.ac.uk/pub/databases/C.elegans_sequences/EMBL_FORMAT/EMBL_FORMAT.tar.gz>. Molbio.
    http://gate.dmi.dk/fsweb/soljord/oersted/galleri/vandenbg/vbgal.html
    Orsted on the ramp. Astro.
    http://www.questlink.com/page.htm?proc=index&id=310000&vendor=0&mid=MORTENSEN
    Datasheets, discrete: Bipolar Transistor, FET Transistor, Diode, Optoelectronic
    http://www.questlink.com/page.htm?proc=brief&site=0&part=BC547B&vendor=11205&brief=44874&view=336110&elmt=part-1&mid=MORTENSEN
    BC547B.
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/visualc/atlmfc/oleatmfc.asp
    OLE Automation with the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC). DCOM.
    http://www.gulesider.mostrup.dk/gsi_2.html
    Mostrup's gule sider (yellow pages)
    http://www.degulesider.dk/
    Tele Danmark's gule sider (yellow pages)
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q179/4/94.asp?PR=ALL&T1=7d&FR=0&A=T&T=B&S=F&
    Controlling e.g. Word from C++. More base in <http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q178/7/49.asp?PR=ALL&T1=7d&FR=0&A=T&T=B&S=F&> - include name and location of type libraries for Microsoft Access, Excel, Office, Outlook and Word (amongst other). DCOM
    http://www.latenightsw.com/xmltools/
    AppleScript OSAX for XML parsing !!!
    http://www.microsoft.com/sitebuilder/magazine/codetour/xml.asp
    Example of real world use of XML - solves problem with maintaining TOCs. Internal Microsoft use. Includes: programmatic constructs such as loops to cycle through the elements contained in a node in an XML tree and apply consistent formatting, downloadable Microsoft Visual Basic project
    http://www.programmers.co.uk/microhelp/oletools.htm
    OLETools. OLE Controls/ActiveX, including MhRealInput, MhImage. Visual Basic
    http://support.intel.com/support/performancetools/
    New place for forum on VTune. See also <http://support.intel.com/support/performancetools/vtune> and <http://developer.intel.com/design/perftool/>
    http://www.blue-planet.com/tech/
    Technical data on many SCSI/IDE harddisks, including datasheets and jumper settings. <To be annotated>.
    http://elegans.swmed.edu/
    C. Elegans home page. CAENORHABDITIS ELEGANS. Molbio.
    http://www.nih.gov/news/pr/dec98/nhgri-10.htm
    Press releases, C.Elegans announcement. 1998-12-10. National Institutes Of Health. States that there are 97 million bases, 6 chromosomes, 19,099 protein-coding genes. Molbio.
    http://cnn.com/TECH/science/9812/11/worm.genome/index.html
    Press releases, C.Elegans announcement. 1998-12-11. CNN. Includes: "more than 100 million chemical sequences", "6 percent of the human genes so far". Molbio.
    http://www.mrc.ac.uk/whats_new/left_2e.html
    Press releases, C.Elegans announcement. 1998-12-10. MRC. Molbio.
    http://www.nhgri.nih.gov/NEWS/Worm/
    Press releases, C.Elegans announcement. 1998-12-11. National Human Genome Research Institute, U.S.A. Identical to CNN's. Molbio.
    http://www.nhgri.nih.gov/NEWS/Worm/
    Molbio.
    http://www.perlxml.com/faq/perl-xml-faq.html
    Perl XML FAQ. Only 11 questions as of 1998-12-27
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/testing/activeScripting.html
    Finally!!!!!!!. Control other Windows applications from Frontier. Can call back to Frontier
    http://www2.perkin-elmer.com/sc/applescripts/peptideScan.html
    PeptideSearch/PeptideScan. Lyle Burton, Ron Bonner and Anonymous. AppleScript bulletin board. Contributed AppleScripts for automation of PeptideSearch
    http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/databases/DOGS/index.html
    Database of genome sizes. Molbio.
    http://www.slashdot.org/
    News oriented Linux site. Linux/UNIX
    http://webwatcher.org/programming-tables.html
    Annotated list of links for Linux software development. Includes: egcs, Pentium Compiler Group, LEAP - free RDBMS database distributed under the GNU GPL, X11 drag-and-drop, . Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.goof.com/pcg/docs.html
    Annotated list of links to documentation for optimising for the Pentium CPU
    http://www.hyperpres.com/fw/SiteChecker/SiteChecker.html
    SiteChecker. Checks links, etc. on your Web-site
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Peaks/5957/10minxml.html
    Learn XML in 11.5 minutes. Defines "well-formed" and "valid" by using examples. Includes: example of DTD and with explanation (detailed), ? for zero or one, + for one or more, * for zero, one or more in container of a particular type, definition in DTD of empty markup like <MARK/>, | for choice/selection, attributes, external files with command SYSTEM with <!ENTITY in DTD. Good. Very good.
    http://freshmeat.net/
    Linux/UNIX news oriented - mostly new programs/versions of Linux. "freshmeat is a free service provided for members of the Free Software Community. ". Good.
    http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/pctech/content/17/10/tf1710.001.html
    Structuring data with XML. Series of pages; continues at "Next: XML Processors". Very well written. Includes: short definition of XML; "Extensible Markup Language lets developers describe virtually any type of data and deliver it across a network.". Good. Very good.
    http://www.iquest.com:80/~fairgate/cw/mw-question.html
    Metroworks Online Technical Support
    http://power.globalnews.com/articles/492.htm
    Metroworks Codewarrior
    http://www.iquest.com/~fairgate/cw/cw.html
    old Metroworks site
    http://www.metrowerks.com
    Metroworks/Codewarrior, incl. PowerPlant updates and third-party classes
    http://www.metrowerks.com/text.html
    Text only version of above
    http://petrified.cic.net/powerplant-dt/
    Group that wants to learn about MetroWorks PowerPlant
    http://www.metrowerks.com/softlib/cw-sw.shtml
    Metroworks CodeWarrior CW support (incl. CW7) updates
    http://www.metrowerks.com/db/Tango.acgi$/updates/current.qry?function=search
    Updates to CodeWarrior. (URL no longer valid)
    http://www.metrowerks.com/benchmarks/index.html
    Benchmarks for CW, MrC, etc
    http://www.metrowerks.com/db/updates/cw8.qry?function=search
    CWTCL for CW8, PP update,
    http://www.metrowerks.com/db/Tango.acgi$/db/powerplant.qry?function=search
    Progress dialogs, source code for PowerPlant
    http://www.metrowerks.com/products/cw/whatsnew9.html
    New in CW9
    http://www.metrowerks.com/tools/software/updates/current
    Current update
    http://www.versiontracker.com/
    Tracks new versions of Macintosh software. Includes Metrowerks, Softwindows, endnote, Good
    http://www.metrowerks.com/tools/documentation/cw11_conversion.html
    CW11 and converting to use of new ANSI and C++ libraries
    http://www.metrowerks.com/tcpip/lib/lib-index.html
    Macintosh TCP/IP Programming Libraries. C sockets and OpenTransport. The links are annotated. About NewsWatcher source code: "the source code library is reusable". This document is missing links to the Frontier stuff: NetEvents, TCPCMD, etc.
    http://www.metrowerks.com/tcpip/index.html
    "Macintosh TCP/IP Programmer's Guide". Annotated list of list
    http://www.metrowerks.com/tools/software/updates/
    MW SourceServer 1.0.1. Free version control plugin to control Apple Projector projects from within the CodeWarrior IDE
    http://www.metrowerks.com/db/press.qry?function=PR&rowid=165
    Support for Linux in CodeWarrior. Free of charge with update in spring 1999. UNIX/Linux
    ftp://ftp.metrowerks.com/pub/updates/CWPRO4/CW_Pro_4.1_Compiler_MSL.exe
    <to be annotated>
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/visualc/faq/vc60idefaq.asp
    VC++ 6.0 IDE FAQ
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q166/4/80.asp
    ATL FAQ. DCOM.
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/visualc/atlmfc/samples.asp
    Popular MFC Samples, including "How to Limit an MFC Application to a Single Instance".
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/visualc/faq/default.asp
    VC++ 6.0 FAQ
    http://www.iis.ee.ethz.ch/~neeri/macintosh/gusiweb/
    GUSI II, sockets for Macintosh/Open Transport
    http://www.zeta.org.au/~rosko/pigui.htm
    FAQ for platform-independent Graphical User Interface (PIGUI) development kits.
    http://164.214.2.59/gns/html/index.html
    Find coordinates for a town/city. (press Access GEOnet to get form)
    ftp://ftp.dialnet.net/pub/linux/aic7xxx/7890-Status
    Status: Adaptec 7890 Ultra2 SCSI driver for Linux. Linux/UNIX.
    http://ilse.snap.com/
    Search engine. Very efficient for "Protana"
    http://www.webtechniques.com/features/1999/01/walsh/walsh.shtml
    The Extensible Style Language; Styling XML Documents. <more annotation?>
    http://www.cdrom.com/pub/infozip/Info-Zip.html
    Info-ZIP. Free source code for zip and unzip. Group of people maintaining it. WinZip is based on this source code.
    http://www.winzip.com/wzcline.htm
    WinZip Command Line Support. Add-on for WinZip 7.0 or later
    http://www.dmtf.org/cim/cim_xml/CIMV2STD.XML
    XML Encodings for CIM Schema v2.0.1. Very long - 1.67 MB!. Types: boolean, string, sint32, uint16, uint32, uint8, uint64, sint16, . CDATA. Others: PnP Support,
    http://www.dmtf.org/cim/cim_xml/CIM_DTD_V10.dtd
    Example of DTD. Includes: CIMType; boolean|string|char16|uint8|sint8|uint16|sint16|uint32|sint32|uint64|sint64|datetime|real32|real64 XML.
    http://www.dmtf.org/cim/cim_xml/XML_Whitepaper.htm
    XML for DMTF. White-paper. Includes: explains XML, stylesheets, HTML with examples, Schema mapping versus MetaSchema mapping, Good.
    http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/NOTE-XML-data/
    XML-Data. Has status as a NOTE. High abstraction level, but includes examples. Includes: specific datatypes like string, number, int, float, fixed, boolean, dateTime.iso8601, char (Unicode),
    http://nirvana.userland.com/whatsRelated/$www.pickuptruck.com
    Example of transferring and parsing XML from another site and posting a HTML document on your own site
    http://www.toolsthatwork.com/csafe.htm
    ConfigSafe. Software Configuration, Registry, and Asset Backup, Tracking, and Restore utility software for Windows 95/98 and Windows NT. Track changes to Registry and any file type including DLL, INI, EXE, SYS. Download of demo at: <http://www.toolsthatwork.com/csdemo.zip>. Linked from <http://www.toolsthatwork.com/tools.htm>. Includes: reports which DLLs or drivers have been updated or downgraded.
    http://www.toolsthatwork.com/scsitool.htm
    CoComp SCSI Pro - SCSI hard drive, SCSI tape drive, SCSI CD-ROM, SCSI Jukebox, and SCSI optical drive diagnostic and utility program. Edit Mode Pages with the Mode Page Editor. Demo download: <http://www.toolsthatwork.com/scsidemo.zip>
    http://webreview.com/wr/pub/Michalski_Brent
    Perl and the net. Annotated list of technical articles by Brent Michalski. Flat-file database. Includes: file uploading via the Web browser, Cookies, and of course CGI/form handling. Uses newest Perl with standard modules, 5.004
    http://www.python.org/topics/xml/xbel/
    Example of application of XML: XML Bookmark Exchange Language (XBEL). For Python.
    http://www.microsoft.com/xml/articles/xmlmodel.asp
    The XML Object Model in Internet Explorer 4.0. <to be annotated>
    http://www.sciplus.com/
    American Science surplus. Science and hobby kits, motors, tools and electrical components, educational and office supplies
    http://www.vbonline.com/vbdev/vbnwgr.htm
    List of Visual Basic newsgroups. Includes: microsoft.public.vb.ole, microsoft.public.vb.ole.automation, microsoft.public.vb.ole.servers,
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q138/1/41.asp
    Tips for troubleshooting remote OLE automation errors. Not many tips here - explains that the event log can be used. Registry entries for changing the size of the log file
    http://www.imo.net/news/leohints.html
    Good page about the 1998 Leonid meteor shower, 1998-11-17. Includes: observing tips, recording methods, . Astro.
    http://veen.com/workshop/XSL/xsl.html
    Example of process for XML document -> XSL processor -> HTML. Claimed to be simple. Includes: DaveNet served as XML at <http://www.scripting.com/98/11/news09.xml>, XSL stylesheet, Koala processor.
    http://www.internetworld.com/print/current/webdev/19990104-several.html
    XML in 1999. A sort of status report. Includes: "unlike DTDs, the Schema mechanism will be able to distinguish between different data types, such as numbers and character strings". Good.
    http://www.scripting.com/misc/starr/index.html
    More Monica and Bill
    http://www.cnn.com/starr.report/7groundsg.htm
    Monica and Bill, CNN.
    http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/w/AP-Clinton-Internet.html
    Monica and Bill writes Internet history
    http://www.scripting.com/images/sitechan1.gif
    XML screen shot
    http://www.protana.com/homePagesPrivate/mortensen/pmplan.txt
    PM plan
    http://www.wam.umd.edu/~mikenel/dcom/dcomfw.htm
    Mike Nelson's article on how to change the registry setting at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Rpc to switch to TCP. <to be reviewed>. DCOM
    http://forums.infoworld.com/threads/get.cgi?75749
    Discussion about scripting. AppleScript, Rexx, Python,
    http://www.hrml.com/HRML_JOB.txt
    HRML. For job listings. Application of XML
    http://www.ucc.ie/xml/
    XML FAQ
    ftp://ftp.microsoft.com//bussys/winnt/winnt-public/fixes/usa/nt40/ussp4
    Future: Windows NT Service Pack
    http://www.redsteve.de/
    Site/home page dedicated to Windows NT. In German. Unfortunately it uses the unsecure JavaScript for simple links. Bad. Fortunately the URLs can be constructed, e.g. <http://www.redsteve.de/redsteve_ntnews.htm> for Windows NT news
    http://www.zdnet.com/windows/nt/security/ntbugtraq/
    About Windows NT Service Packs. Includes: A one-stop installation method with the BackOffice Setup program
    http://www.htmlvalidator.com/
    CSE HTML Validator. Shareware. For Windows NT.
    http://wsh.glazier.co.nz/frame.htm
    WSH - Windows Scripting Host. Use VBScript in batch files.
    http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/7373/celestal.htm
    ASCII art of the Earth globe Atlantic centered.
    http://www.ntcurrent.com/sdnt.htm
    SuperDisk-NT. isk for Windows NT. Supports data mirroring. US$ 90-200, 800-1300 for server. Review at <http://www.winntmag.com/issues/1997/Apr/Superdisk.html>. - new URL: <http://www.ntmag.com/> ? Examples of use: load NT in RAM FULLY and increase performance enormously, software development; compile in memory - done in a flash.
    http://www.winntmag.com/Magazine/code/1998/feb/scriptsol/listing1.txt
    New URL: <http://www.ntmag.com/> ? Perl script that generates events into the Windows NT Event Log
    http://www.winntmag.com/Magazine/Archive/1998/Feb/hacker.html
    New URL: <http://www.ntmag.com/> ? Security holes in Windows NT Internet Information Server (IIS). Includes: tips for plugging the holes, sa password. Good.
    http://www.winntmag.com/Magazine/Archive/1996/Apr96/BACKUP.HTM
    New URL: <http://www.ntmag.com/> ? Review of 6 different backup programs for Windows NT
    http://www.winntmag.com/Magazine/Archive/1997/Oct/BUSoftVList.html
    New URL: <http://www.ntmag.com/> ? List of backup software for Windows NT
    http://www.winntmag.com/magazine/archive/1997/Oct/NTInternals.html
    New URL: <http://www.ntmag.com/> ? "Inside the Object Manager" article, October 1997 Windows NT Magazine column.
    http://www.winntmag.com/Magazine/Article.cfm?IssueID=13&ArticleID=2744
    New URL: <http://www.ntmag.com/> ? NTFS vs. FAT. Includes: FAT has low overhead; under 400MB, NTFS has overhead from its security and reliability features. NTFS cluster size can be set during formatting.
    http://www.winntmag.com/Magazine/Article.cfm?IssueID=25&ArticleID=595
    URL is broken now; new URL: <http://www.ntmag.com/> ?. Could be <http://www.winnetmag.com/Articles/Index.cfm?ArticleID=595>. In 2 parts. Article: Windows NT PAGING Fundamentals. Includes: working set, etc. in details, Process Viewer ref
    http://www.winntmag.com/Newsletter/Scripting/Main.cfm
    New URL: <http://www.ntmag.com/> ? Win32 scripting magazine
    http://www.ntmag.com/
    Windows NT magazine. Articles seem to be available online. Old URL: http://www.winntmag.com/. Mothersite: http://www.duke.com/
    http://www.cuj.com/home/
    C/C++ Users Journal. <http://www.neodata.com/>
    http://www.wdj.com/home/
    Windows. Was out of order - or was it general DNS problems. For the future: 204.33.180.32/wdj.mfi.com, but may not work with multihoming (?). Order at <http://www.wdj.com/sub/!us_order.html>. Customer service on current subscription: <ZZZZwdj@neodata.com>. CD-ROM with back issues at <http://www.wdj.com/cdrom/>
    http://umbra.nascom.nasa.gov/eclipse/990811/figures/figure_8.gif
    1999 Solar Eclipse path in southern Germany. Mother of this image: <http://umbra.nascom.nasa.gov/eclipse/990811/rp.html>. Astro.
    ftp://genome.rtc.riken.go.jp/pub/seq/
    Mouse encyclopedia index sequence archive. More than 20,000 partial sequences of full-length mouse complementary DNA clones. From 107,088 cDNA clones, include approximately 5,000 unknown partial sequences. Mother document: <http://genome.rtc.riken.go.jp/homology/ftp.html>. Molbio.
    http://www.newobjective.com/LTQpage.html
    New Objective company. Mentions Protana. Molbio
    http://www.ncfocus.com/server-java/xmlweb?cmd=page&page=agentwp
    XML agents. XMLScript
    http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/xml/code/rpc.html
    XML-RPC spec. Frontier
    http://www.scripting.com/davenet/98/07/xmlRpcForGeeks.html
    First real application of XML-RPC. Site: Sports Illustrated
    http://squeak.cs.uiuc.edu/
    Free and open source copy of Smalltalk. Note: not exact URL
    http://www.userland.com/slideshows/daveNetReaderProfiles/slide04.html
    Jacob Nielsen on Scripting News. Frontier.
    http://www.in-search-of.com/frames/events/satfaq.shtml
    Satellite Imagery FAQ
    http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~rs/strings/
    Ternary Search Trees. Combine the time efficiency of digital tries with the space efficiency of binary search trees. URL: http://www.ddj.com/ddj/1998/1998_04/lead/lead.htm
    http://www.storage.ibm.com/hardsoft/diskdrdl/ultra/9zxdata.htm
    Harddisk IBM Ultrastar 9ZX
    http://www.fcpa.com/cgi-bin/goFrames.cgi/product/hd/hd_mac3045_3091_info.html
    Harddisk Fujitsu 9.1 GB, MAC30xx series.
    http://www.research.digital.com/SRC/WebL/
    WebL. Language for the WWW with free source in Java. Also handles XML. Download script in 30 lines (in examples/Download.webl)
    http://www.powerasp.com/
    PowerASP. ASP refers to Active Server Pages. Includes sample ...
    http://www.nstl.com/
    Check PC for Year 2000 problems
    http://www.kiyoinc.com/current.html
    Y2K Weather Report. Year 2000.
    http://www.computerpro.com/~phystad/jae.html
    "Jo Anne effect" explained: next fiscal year is 2000 and date comparisons will fail from 1999-01-01 if a program uses 0 as the year. Some write it as "JoAnne effect". Named after Jo Anne Slaven that wrote about it in newsgroup comp.software.year-2000, ZZZZslaven@rogerswave.ca. Here it is: The Jo Anne Effect was named by Cory Hamasaki after Jo Anne Slaven, who first identified the problem and wrote about it in the newsgroup comp.software.year-2000. The "Jo Anne Effect" has to do with organizations having a fiscal year that is not the same as the calendar year.
    http://www.ocweb.com/y2k/Y2klinks.htm
    Annotated year 2000 links.
    http://www.computerpro.com/~phystad/csy2kfaq.html
    Year2000 FAQ. Includes: recommends using the ISO-8601 date format, "the safest solution is to use full four-digit years rather than abbreviations in all dates", "Windowing ... should not be used in applications requiring the exchange of data across systems",
    http://www.zdnet.com/pcweek/stories/news/0,4153,360733,00.html
    Databases and Year 2000. Includes: note about Oracle databases and 2 digit date fields - trap (NLS_DATE_FORMAT parameter), Microsoft SQL Server and backup overwrite after 2000-01-01
    http://www.floor42.com/trilogy/radio/index.htm
    The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy - The Radio Series
    http://premium.microsoft.com/msdn/library/devprods/vs6/vc++/vccore/_predir_predefined_macros.htm
    States that _MSC_VER is always defined in Microsoft VC++ 6.0
    http://www.microsoft.com/workshop/author/hess/hess1223.asp
    Getting Framed. About HTML frames. Includes: "avoid frames if at all possible"
    http://www.microsoft.com/sitebuilder/magazine/hess.asp
    The Scoop on Script. Windows Scripting Host. Incluedes: "provides an environment similar to the .BAT processing of MS-DOS. DCOM", Scripting and Windows DNA. PM: Where have we seen this before?
    http://www.ibcusa.com/2310
    Proteomics conference. Molbio.
    ftp://ftp.genetics.wustl.edu/pub/eddy/papers/hmmreview-bioinformatics-98.ps
    homologisogning og motiv/domænesogning er hidden markov models (HMM). Mother: <http://www.genetics.wustl.edu/eddy/publications/>. 5 articles. Molbio.
    http://www.boeing.com/news/feature/argos0199/
    Orsted, video. Webcast. Astro.
    http://www.flatoday.com/space/today/
    Orsted news. Astro.
    http://www.searchtools.com/
    Web site search tools. Some are free. Includes: guide to choosing, source code to add to own applications, List of products at <http://www.searchtools.com/tools/tools.html>. Includes Phantom (Maxum); Windows specific at <http://www.searchtools.com/tools/tools-win.html>
    http://www.searchtools.com/tools/tools-unix.html
    UNIX Web site search tools. Includes: Htgrep (Perl)
    http://www.hotwired.com/webmonkey/code/97/16/index2a.html?collection=perl
    Building your Web site search tools/crawler. From first principles. Uses DBM files for the (inverted) index. This article is in 4 different parts. Very funny picture at: <http://static.wired.com/webmonkey/code/97/16/stuff/crawler.gif>
    http://proforma.real.com/mario/player/player.html?s=1&language=English&name=Peter+Mortensen&email=NukeSPAMMERSmortensen@protana.com&country=DK&platform=Windows+NT+4.0&speed=Pentium&connection=28.8+kbps+modem&product=RealPlayer+G2&notices=Yes
    Real Player, <http://get.real.com/RUK1/205.158.58.130/209ab46e9201b4093a06/windows/r32_g20_1.exe>
    http://www.boeing.com/news/feature/argos0199/
    Video for Argos/Orsted/SUNSAT launch. Requires minimum 28.8 BPS modem connection or better and the Real Player browser plug-in. Astro.
    http://www.broadcast.com/sports/hockey/nhl/video/
    Example of video for Real Player. NHL - american icehockey league
    http://www.tqnet.com/m2tech/rsm/about.htm
    RSM - Resource Standard Metrics. Tool for software metrics for C, C++ and Java. Includes: notify for top 50+ most common programming/quality problems not checked by a compiler, meets SEI Level 3 metric requirements, measure LOC - Lines of Code
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/downloads/solutions.asp
    Microsoft sample application using XML; the "Fitch and Mather Expense Reporting System". XML
    http://www.proteometrics.com/PROWL/pepfrag.html
    Breakpoint search - search with list of fragment masses. Link is broken now, 2000-11-02. Molbio.
    http://www.shef.ac.uk/chemistry/web-elements/main/index-nofr.html
    Periodic Table. Links to detailed descriptions of each element and from there links to isotopes - e.g. <http://www.shef.ac.uk/chemistry/web-elements/nofr-isot/C.html>. is redirected to http://www.webelements.com/index.htm Molbio.
    http://ipmasq.home.ml.org/
    IP Masquerade -share an Internet connection. <to be annotated>
    http://microsoft.com/sitebuilder/magazine/clinick_perl.asp
    Perl in Scripting Host - WSH. DCOM. Includes: "Regular expressions are to strings what math is to numbers.", "the top two are ActiveState ActivePerl and MKS PScript", hello world perl embedded in html, hook up Perl code to events on the Web page, using Perl in ASP - with examples, "WSH helps you work with COM objects more than a straight .pl file does". Good.
    http://bcc.bensin.org:81/search/rfc/
    Search in RFCs - Internet standards
    http://helma.at/hannes/xmlrpc/
    XML-RPC Library for Java. Java implementation of the XML-RPC developed by UserLand.
    http://www.planetarium.dk/
    The planetarium in Copenhagen, Denmark
    http://www.planetarium.dk/orsted/oropsend.html
    Timing of event during Orsted launch
    http://www.bugnet.com/
    News oriented site with description of PC software bugs (Macs too). Good.
    http://www.bugnet.com/alerts/bugalert_12898.html
    Description of Macintosh System 8.5.1 fixes. Includes: AppleScript memory leak
    http://www.ekstrabladet.dk/
    Danish tabloid newspaper.
    http://www.germany.net/teilnehmer/101,69082/samba.html
    Simple Samba Solutions web page. Includes sample Samba configuration file, explains the interfaces line, e.g.: interfaces = 10.20.30.40/24 194.10.20.30/24, lmhosts/host/wins/bcast, smbpasswd (the password file, not the executable!) is in /etc/private .
    http://www.xml.com/xml/pub/1999/01/namespaces.html
    XML Namespaces by Example. <To be annotated>
    http://www.cam.org/~emm/frontierNewbieToolbox.html
    Serial Frontier tutorials. This page is the first page in a series of abstracts for sites with Frontier tutorials
    http://www.activestate.com/PerlDirect/
    Example of non-frame WWW-page design
    http://www.activestate.com/packages/
    Interface to the content is through PPM (Perl Package Manager) or VPM
    ftp://www.perl.com/pub/perl/CPAN/authors/id/GSAR/perl5.00402-bindist04-bc.zip
    Binary distribution of Perl with Net::FTP included. From December 1997.
    http://www.dejanews.com/dnquery.xp?search=thread&recnum=%3cebohlmanF586Mo.Ls0@netcom.com%3e%231/1&svcclass=dnserver
    Where to get Net::FTP module. Perl.
    http://www.activestate.com/packages/default.prk?list=1
    List of PPM packages
    http://www.skypub.com/sights/moonplanets/jupsat9902.html
    1999-02 Jupiter moon events. Astro.
    http://www.skypub.com/news/special/gammacaught.html
    Gamma Ray Burst, optical. Speculation about lensed events in the future from the place location, R.A. 15h 25m 30.5s, declination +44§ 46' 00"
    http://home4.inet.tele.dk/frank.s/builders.html
    CCD-camera for sale. Astro.
    http://www.scripting.com/davenet/98/07/xmlRpcForNewbies.html
    XML-RPC for newbies. Specs at <http://www.scripting.com/frontier5/xml/code/rpc.html>
    http://www.linuxgazette.com/issue37/pranevich.html
    Detailed description of Linux 2.2. - changes, . Issue 37 of Linux Gazette - on-line, non-commercial, freely available publication/magazine about Linux. Announcement service is available. Linux/UNIX
    http://www.flatoday.com/267.htm
    Special page with countdown/information about ARGOS/Orsted launch
    http://www.icon-is.com/prev/index_prev.asp?main=prod,section=SOFTWARE,entry=XMLSpy,lang=e,sub=http%3A//www.icon-is.com/e/prod/sw/xml_main.asp
    XML Spy. A XML editor. Shareware. Windows/C++ specific. Download at <ftp://ftp.usa.icon-is.com/xml/xmlspy14.zip>. XML
    http://www.byggeri.dk/
    Den danske byggebranches hjemmeside
    http://www.byggeri.dk/gds/hvordan.gds/velkom.hvordan.gds.html
    Hvordan og S†dan! Gor-Det-Selv Sporgsm†l og Svar
    http://www.dendek.dk/
    Byggemarked. indkobsforening med mere end 100 tommerhandler som medlemmer. Nearest: Ringe. - <http://www.dendek.dk/index_hererdendek.html>. Gode r†d: <http://www.dendek.dk/index_goderaad.html>. Readers questions at <http://www.dendek.dk/index_spoergsmaal.html>
    http://www.sbi.dk/
    SBI - Statens Byggeforskningsinstitut
    http://www.sbi.dk/udgivels/digital/medd-118/medd-118.htm
    Metoder til beregning af naturlig ventilation - Et litteraturstudium.
    http://www.dendek.dk/goderaad5/5_10.html
    Red vinduerne med nye glaslister
    http://www.dendek.dk/goderaad5/5_8.html
    Mont‚r selv den nye hoveddor
    http://www.dendek.dk/goderaad1/1_1.html
    Giv huset et for†rscheck. Tr‘v‘rk, tagrender, oliefyret, skotrender og skorstensindd‘kninger, taget/understrygningen, træbeskyttelse
    http://www.dendek.dk/goderaad4/4_4.html
    Isol‚r det kolde loft. Gangbro.
    http://www.dendek.dk/goderaad2/2_8.html
    F† et bedre indeklima med varmegenvinding
    http://www.dendek.dk/goderaad2/2_6.html
    Fugning. At fuge.
    http://www.byggeri.dk/gds/hvordan.gds/hvordan.kat8.html
    "En vandskuring af skorstenspiber bliver du ked af, de skal vedligeholdes hele tiden, og bliver hurtigt grimme."
    http://www.lists.ic.ac.uk/hypermail/xml-dev/9902/index.html
    <Really inside document at: #332>. xml-dev. XML mailing list. Threads from february
    http://wmbr.mit.edu/stations/list.html
    The MIT List of Radio Stations on the Internet. Links to Over 7500 Radio Stations.
    http://www.af.mil/
    Air Force Link, the official site of the U.S. Air Force.
    http://www.af.mil/news/radio/
    Air Force Radio News. Direct link is <http://www.af.mil/news/radio/latest.ram>. Linked from <http://www.defenselink.mil/news/radio/>.
    http://129.142.20.41/nyheder/radioavisen/index.shtml
    Radioavisen, web-casts
    http://129.142.20.41/nsapi.dr/newton/newtonnews.exe?id=10971
    Aflysning af Orsted opsendelse, Radioavisen
    http://www.vafb.af.mil/image_gallery/index.html
    Image gallery of some rocket launches: Delta II, Titan IV, PEGASUS. Delta II: <http://www.vafb.af.mil/image_gallery/Images/DeltaIIa.jpg>. Astro.
    http://www.oasis-open.org/cover/xml.html
    <Really inside document at: #xml-bsml>. Bioinformatic Sequence Markup Language (BSML). Is XML. Molbio.
    http://visualgenomics.com/sbir/bsml.dtd
    DTD for BSML - Bioinformatic Sequence Markup Language. DTD is Document Type Definition. XML. Molbio.
    http://www.components-online.com/
    Components Online magazine. DCOM
    http://www.winntmag.com/Newsletter/Scripting/main.cfm
    Another example of use of non-frames
    http://www.demobuilder.com/perl2exe.htm
    Perl2Exe. Demo copy of Version 2.04. Converts Perl scripts to executable (.exe) files. Windows only?. Mercury Systems. Overhead of 600KB for every exe. Makes scheduling Perl scripts easier. It protects your Perl source code
    http://monolith.eva.mpg.de/hvrbase/coll-1.zip
    HvrBase site. Human mitochondrial DNA. Content: sequences from the hypervariable region I (HVI) sequences from the hypervariable region II (HVII) available information about the individuals from whom the sequences stem references. 3548 and 1167 entries. In a strange format. First line with 2 numbers. One entry per line. Number + whitespace + sequence. Other information in separate file, like continent, species, publication ref. Base page at <http://monolith.eva.mpg.de/hvrbase/>. Molbio.
    http://www.builder.com/
    Example of using right-hand frame for "menu", like http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de
    http://vblive.rte.microsoft.com/Default.asp?WCI=LogIn
    Visual Basic Live. How to use Visual Basic to build a Web site. And: another of non-frame Web site designs DCOM
    http://solar.uleth.ca/solar/www/aurora.html
    URL is broken now. Satellite image of the auroral ring at the north pole. Astro.
    http://www.redhat.com/
    Yet another example of a non-frame web design
    http://www.redhat.com/support/docs/rhl/rh52-errata-general.html
    RedHat 5.2 errata. Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/regions/northwest/nwflow/camera/
    Realtime pictures of American motorways. Updated every 1.5 minutes
    http://kryten.eng.monash.edu.au/gspam.html
    Anti-spam site.
    http://www.clevermoves.net/
    On-line "peace game". Testing your strategic and diplomatic skills. Has been established on the occasion of NATO's 50 years anniversary the 4. of april 1999
    http://sunsite.unc.edu//pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO/DNS-HOWTO
    DNS HOWTO. By janlZZZ@math.uio.no. Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.intac.com/~cdp/cptd-faq/
    comp.protocols.tcp-ip.domains FAQ. Keywords: BIND, DNS, reverse domains,
    http://www.isc.org/bind.html
    BIND home page. Linux/UNIX
    http://www.linux.sarang.net/rpm2html/egcs.html
    egcs 1.1.1-1 rpm for RedHatLinux/UNIX
    http://www.rummet.dk/2_nyheder/2_SidsteNyt/nyt_fra_orsted/body_nyt_fra_orsted.html
    Orsted news page. Astro. Good.
    http://sunsite.auc.dk/linuxberg/x11html/sci_astronomy.html
    X11 for astronomy. Includes XEphem. Linux/UNIC. Astro.
    http://bima.astro.umd.edu/nemo/linuxastro/
    Astronomical Software on Linux. Includes: mailing list of people who are interesting in porting software packages for reducing astronomical data, saoimage, IRAF, MIDAS, Linux/UNIX. Astro.
    http://bima.astro.umd.edu/nemo/linuxastro/talk/
    Presentation: "Astronomical Software on Linux", . Linux/UNIX. Astro.
    http://tdc-www.harvard.edu/software/saoimage.html
    SAOimage 1.25 X11 Image Display. UtilityCan do display blinking. Astro. Linix/UNIX.
    http://arch-http.hq.eso.org/skycat/
    SkyCat. Tool that combines visualization of images and access to catalogs and archive data for astronomy. Linux/UNIX. Astro.
    http://www.randomfactory.com/lfa.html
    The Linux for Astronomy CDROM project. CD-ROM contains: AIPS (radio astronomy and image processing), ASSIST (gui for IRAF +), GIPSY (image processing), glish (distributed processing), IRAF + contributed packages (general purpose), Karma (image processing), MIRIAD (radio astronomy and image processing), NEMO (stellar dynamics), MIDAS (general purpose), PGPERL (graphics), SAOIMAGE (imaging/graphics), SAOtng (imaging/graphics), StarBase (astronomy database). Astro. Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.clearskyinstitute.com/xephem/xephem.html
    XEphem, Version 3.2. Free interactive astronomy program for UNIX systems with Motif. Patch available to support the Meade LX200. <ftp://iro.physics.uiowa.edu/pub/xephem/xephem-3.2/xephem-3.2.0.tar.gz>, 2573 KB. Astro.
    http://129.142.20.41/cgi-bin/newton/tva_indslag/viewvideo_TVA.exe?id=5558
    Video from news broadcast by Danish broadcasting corporation on the Orsted satellitelanuch day, 1999-02-23T18:30. Astro.
    http://129.142.20.41/cgi-bin/newton/tva_indslag/viewvideo_TVA.exe?id=5630
    Video from news broadcast by Danish broadcasting corporation on the Orsted satellitelanuch day, 1999-02-23T21:00. Astro.Astro.
    http://sourceware.cygnus.com/libstdc++/checklist.txt
    Completion Checklist for the Standard C++ Library. Updated: 1998-10-31. List of features implemented. Cygnus Egcs . Egcs. Linux/UNIX.
    ftp://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/packages/linux/redhat-rawhide/i386/RedHat/RPMS/
    RedHat rpms for egcs compiler. Linux/UNIX.
    http://rtlinux.cs.nmt.edu/~rtlinux/homepage_noframes.shtml
    Real-time Linux. Includes: links to contributions; RPMs, semaphores, Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.protana.com/~molina/content%20of%20Misc..htm
    Needle-video. Molbio.
    ftp://ftp.isi.edu/in-notes/iana/assignments/port-numbers
    Port numbers in TCP/IP. Well Known Ports: 0 through 1023. The Registered Ports: 1024 through 49151. The Dynamic and Private Ports: 49152 through 65535.
    http://www.oup.co.uk/bioinformatics/
    Magazine: Bioinformatics. Molbio.
    http://www.microsoft.com/workshop/xml/toc.htm
    XML area on Microsoft site. In Netscape Navigator: click on "show toc" to get any real content. Comprehensive. Includes: detailed introduction, Good.
    http://officeupdate.microsoft.com/downloaditems/PPView97.exe
    PowerPoint viewer
    http://www.microsoft.com/workshop/xml/toc.htm
    Microsoft XML Notepad
    http://www.userland.com/frontier/trial.html
    Frontier trial. Download page. For Mac and Windows.
    ftp://sunsite.auc.dk/mirrors/ftp.redhat.com/pub/redhat/redhat-5.2/updates/i386/
    Mirror for <ftp:/ftp://updates.redhat.com/5.2/i386/
    http://www.ssc.com/ssc/samba/
    Book: "Samba: Integrating UNIX and Windows". John D. Blair. Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.pil.sdu.dk/
    CEBI/PIL home page. Numerical address: 130.225.154.112
    http://www.datachannel.com/xml_resources/developers/parser.shtml
    MS XML parser, separate from IE5; in fact: NOT!
    http://www.microsoft.com/sitebuilder/magazine/xml.asp
    Monthly magazine about XML. Microsoft.
    http://www.software.ibm.com/xml/education/tutorial-prog/writing.html
    <Really inside document at: #example>. XML tutorial. Includes: "XML is essentially plug-and-play data, or data that defines itself.", "XML tags are case-sensitive", "Use either upper or lower case for tags", button that will parse XML !! "parse" in this section: "Creating DTDs and writing valid XML: an interactive example".
    http://www.ebi.ac.uk/ebi_docs/embl_db/embl_db.html
    The EMBL Nucleotide Sequence Database. Available on CD-ROM, every 3 months. Molbio.
    http://bioinformer.ebi.ac.uk/newsletter/
    The BioInformer. Quarterly newsletter from EBI. Example articles: "Objects in BioInformatics 1998 report: steady progress in component software for bioinformatics", "SPTR - A comprehensive, non-redundant and up-to-date protein sequence database", "SRS Sequence Retrieval Software has been acquired by Lion bioscience AG". Molbio.
    http://www.tigr.org
    From USENET posting: "great EST database". Molbio
    http://ftp2.ddbj.nig.ac.jp:8000/getstart-e.html
    DDBJ sequence search by accession number. DDBJ: DNA Data Bank of Japan, Mishima, Japan.
    http://www.aasti.dk/
    Aalborg Stiftstidende's net-udgave
    http://www.scriptics.com/java/
    Jacl - JAva Command Language, Java implementation of Tcl 8.0. Old URL: <http://sunscript.sun.com/java/>
    http://www.hotwired.com/webmonkey/99/11/index4a.html
    GIMP - a Unix Photoshop close. This document: first in a series of 5 pages.
    http://www.pgroup.com/ppro_docs/pgC++_lib/stdlibcr/bas_8767.htm
    Class basic_ostringstream. basic_ostringstream -> basic_ostream -> basic_ios -> ios_base C++.
    ftp://ftp.informatik.uni-konstanz.de/pub/algo/personal/kuehl/sstream.tgz
    ostringstream/istringstream for egcs!!. 4 KB. C++. From 1996 ????
    http://www.pgroup.com/ppro_docs/pgC++_lib/stdlibcr/cr1.htm
    Standard C++ Library Class Reference, Volume 1, Rogue Wave's. egcs
    http://www.kai.com/C_plus_plus/
    KAI++. Compiler with advanced C++ standard support. Platforms: various UNIXes, including Linux.
    http://www.kai.com/C_plus_plus/evaluate.html
    <Really inside document at: #Codekey>. $395 on Linux. Compiler: ftp://ftp.kai.com/pub/kaicpp/KCC-3.3g-1.i386.rpm. Requirements on Linux: Red Hat Linux 5.0 or later, gcc 2.7.2.3, /lib/ld-linux.so.2, libm.so.6 and libc.so.6 (glibc). The C++ class library shipped with KAI C++ is a modified form of the Modena C++ Standard. KAI C++ Compiler Version 3.4f, 1999-11-08. Some options: -E Preprocess the input file and stop. -M Generate dependence information for make. -Bstatic Static linking. C++. Linux/UNIX.
    http://members.home.net/davecook/devel/
    Linux Development Software & Info. List of Links. Includes: IDEs, debuggers, make tools, "Linux Applications Development. Written by two Redhat Linux developers.", "FreeCASE, a team oriented tool for object oriented analysis and design". Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.xnet.com/~blatura/textonly.shtml
    Linux Applications and Utilities Page. Listing of Linux open source, commercial, shareware and freeware applications, utility programs, development tools and servers. Includes: Web Browsers. Linux/UNIX. Good.
    http://webstore.ansi.org/ansidocstore/default.asp
    C++ standard. Download the document in Adobe PDF format on payment of USD 18.00 by credit card.
    http://www.wrox.com/Store/Details.asp?Code=680
    Book: Beginning Linux Programming. Includes: how to use debugging tools, makefiles and source code control software, processes and signals, pipes and System V inter-process communication, networking programs using sockets, Linux/UNIX.
    http://members.iweb.net.au/~steveoc/gnuera.html
    GNUera is the name of a new CASE tool for Linux. The author's own ultimate application generator for Linux. Very much under development as of 1999-03-13. Will enable the modelling and generation of ****database**** apps for Linux. Will do: requirements tracking, automate tests, data dictionary, entity-relationship diagram, Simple Bug tracking system, Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.xnet.com/~blatura/text6.html
    <Really inside document at: #lang>. Includes: Perl 5 program transforms the 'cvs log'output to HTML with tables and links, Insure++ comprehensive tool for error detection in C/C++ programs, Nana improved assertion checking and logging for GNU C and C++, ObjectManual tool to automate generation of HTML documentation from C++ programs, OO-Browser a code browser for 8 different object oriented languages, perldbgui a GUI for the Perl debugger, PowerRPC tool for multiplatform RPC development, GDChart a Linux/C library to create charts and graphs in GIF format, MAT Matlab Compatible C++ Matrix Class Library for scientific C++ code, SPUNK a cross-platform C++ class library for writing textmode applications, SpunkCross API (SCAPI) C++ cross-platform framework for GUI development, Zlibc allows executables to uncompress their datafiles on the fly, APRIL (Agent Process Interaction Language) symbolic language for distributed apps, GNAT Professional Ada 95 GNU Ada compiler based on gcc technology, Links are marked with $ for commercial and 0 for free. Very good annotation. Good.
    http://www.freecase.seul.org/
    FreeCase. Team-oriented tool for object-oriented analysis and design. Will support UML. Will be GPL. Unfortunately this site use frames.
    http://www.fste.ac.cowan.edu.au/~tlittlef/
    metrics on C/C++ source code. Download: <ftp://www.fste.ac.cowan.edu.au/pub/tlittlef/cccc-2.1.4-linux.tar.gz>.
    http://www.pgroup.com/ppro_cplus.desc.html
    PGCC Workstation for Intel Pentium Pro. Optimizing/parallelizing native C++ compiler from The Portland Group. Ships with the Rogue Wave Standard C++ library binaries. Linux 2.0 or higher. Sales info at <http://www.pgroup.com/sales_home.html>. Price; PGCC Workstation Bundle (C++, C, PGPROF, PGDBG): USD 299
    http://www.iak.dk/index3.asp
    IAK. Ingeniorernes Arbejdslosheds Kasse
    http://www.folketingsvalg.dk/
    Captured by "Radikale Venstre". Unfortunately this site uses frames.
    http://www.protein.ou.dk/gpmaw/verinfo.htm
    GPMAW, version information. IP: 130.225.147.138. Molbio.
    http://www.protein.ou.dk/gpmaw/protdbase.htm
    Description of some databases: SWISSPROT, PIR (american counterpart to SWISSPROT), OWL (non-redundant: PIR, GenBank translated, NRL-3D), TREMBL, GENPEPT. Includes: "TREMBL can be split into two sections SPTREMBL (SWISS-PROT TREMBL) contains all entries which should eventuall be incorporated into SWISS-PROT and REMTREMBL which will not be incorporated. Old URL: <http://130.225.147.138/gpmaw/tips/protdbase.htm>. IP: 130.225.147.138. GPMAW. mailto:ZZZZphp@pr-group.ou.dk Molbio.
    http://www.cam.ac.uk.pgp.net/pgpnet/pgp-faq/pgpfaq.txt
    PGP FAQ. Really comp.security.pgp FAQ
    http://home.att.net/~dashish/modules/mdl0022.htm
    References Wizard. Finding problems in Visual Basic and references. F:\TEMP2. Download at: <http://home.att.net/~dashish2/downloads/wzref.zip>. For MSAccess only?
    http://www.sun.com/columns/alertbox.html
    Current Issues in User Interface Design. Column by Jakob Nielsen, another Dane and expert in user interface design
    http://www.sun.com/columns/alertbox/9606.html
    Inverted pyramid on Web-pages (start with the conclusion as in newspaper articles). Jakob Nielsen.
    http://www.useit.com/alertbox/9612.html
    The usability expert Jacob Nielsen's "Why frames suck most of the time"
    http://www.useit.com/alertbox/981213.html
    Jakob Nielsen. Mentions Frontier. "Current Web authoring software is misguiding and leads authors astray with their focus on page appearance and single-page authoring". Right on. Good.
    http://www.useit.com/alertbox/9705a.html
    The Difference Between Web Design and GUI Design. No pixel control. Jakob Nielsen
    http://www.web-vantage.com/samp970502v5.html
    Interview with Jacob Nielsen. Good
    http://www.google.com/
    Google. Claimed to better than Yahoo by Jacob Nielsen, <http://www.useit.com/alertbox/990117.html>, but it is not explained why it is better.
    http://www.useit.com/alertbox/990124.html
    Differences Between Print Design and Web Design. Jakob Nielsen. Includes: "Precise placement of elements on a web page goes against the nature of HTML", "It is rare to see a web animation that has any goal besides annoying the user". "Web design is impoverished because too many sites strive for the wrong standards of excellence that made sense in the print world". Right on!
    http://www.useit.com/papers/web_discount_usability.html
    Discount Usability for the Web. By Jakob Nielsen. Essay like. Includes: "... million-dollar business decisions are sometimes based on calculation errors. It has been estimated that at least 40 percent of spreadsheets have bugs." (!).
    http://www.daks.dk/daks-web/skoler/vkaer/index.htm
    By Mike White.
    http://www.omnicron.ab.ca/httpd/
    OmniHTTPd. Web server for Windows NT
    http://www.xitami.com/httpd/
    Xitami. Web server for Windows NT
    http://www.skypub.com/resources/software/basic/basic.html
    <Really inside document at: #mars>. Mars Previewer. Picture of Mars at any given time. And magnitude, angular diameter, fase, meridian. <to be reviewed>. FreewareAstro.
    http://justlinux.com/
    Claims to be Linux portal. Includes dynamic DNS service, <http://justlinux.com/dynamic_dns.html>. DNS is not DNS lookup service, rather something in domain ".penguinpowered.com.penguinpowered.com". Linux/UNIX
    http://www.catalyst.com/reports.html
    An Introduction to TCP/IP Programming. Top document; links to download and HTML/online version. Download as PDF file (despite the Word icon) at <ftp://207.226.183.102/pub/cstools/tcpintro.zip>. TOC for 23 part HTML document at <http://www.catalyst.com/tcpintro.html>
    ftp://207.226.183.102/pub/cstools/st30le32.exe
    Evaluation of SocketTools Library Edition, version 3.0. Parent page is <http://www.catalyst.com/download/library.html>
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/
    Amazon, UK.
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/013490012X/o/qid=923490521/sr=2-1/002-2727535-5129060
    Book: UNIX network programming, Volume 1, 2nd Edition. W. Richard Stevens. ISBN 0-13-490012-X. Out of stock on <http://www.amazon.co.uk/>
    http://www.ou.dk/SB/hovedind.htm
    Odense Studenter Boghandel - Odense Student Bookshop. At Odense University. Email: ZZZZZstudenter@boghandel.sdu.dk, tlf.: 6615 8747
    http://www2.imagiware.com/RxHTML/htdocs/single.html
    Dr. HTML. Checking of Web pages, syntax, links, etc. Mandatory
    http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de/Development/WeblintGatewayPPGOptions.html
    Weblint. Checking of Web pages, semantics: white space, long titles, unknown attributes, etc. From <http://www.fal.de/cgi-bin/WeblintGateway>
    http://www.dsri.dk/AS/soltraef.html
    Soltræf 1999. Astro.
    http://www.austin.cc.tx.us/astro-ES/AstroDesigns/MAPUG/Collimn.htm
    LX200 Collimation/Optical Issues. Astro.
    http://www.cs.nwu.edu/~beim/eudora/
    Unofficial Eudora FAQs and links. <to be reviewed>.
    http://www.linuxgazette.com/issue39/lg_toc39.html
    Tools for web design on linux. More specific: <http://www.linuxgazette.com/issue39/telgarsky.html> <to be reviewed>.
    http://support.microsoft.com/servicedesks/msdn/search/default.htm
    Knowledge base search. MSDN. Can lookup Q117326, <http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q117/3/26.asp> Yes!
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/devprods/vs6/vc++/vccore/_core_how_can_i_view_the_call_stack_after_an_mfc_assert.3f.htm
    How Can I View the Call Stack After an MFC Assert?
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/devprods/vs6/vc++/vccore/html/_core_use_the_debug_build_to_check_for_memory_overwrite.htm
    Use the Debug Build To Check for Memory Overwrite. VC++
    http://noc.tele.dk/
    AS numbers, TeleDanmark. Tele Danmark (AS3292) Looking Glass. BGP enabled routers in AS3292. NukeTe@tele.dk
    http://www.blinkinc.com/
    DeltaPatch. File pathes. What is the upper file size limit? Shrinker. Compress/encrypt files. Vendor: Blinkinc
    http://bioinformatics.weizmann.ac.il/mb/db/human/detailed_list.html
    List of database. Molbio.
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/
    MSDN Library April 1999 release
    http://search.microsoft.com/dev/
    Search MSDN. Includes Knowledge Base, but is not enabled by default
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q120/9/20.asp
    Ref to enabling JIT debugging. VC++. <http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/devprods/vs6/vc++/glossary/_gloss_glossary_j.htm>
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/isapi/msdnlib.idc?theURL=/library/techart/vsextens.htm
    Sample of referring to within MSDN content. In this case: Visual Studio 6.0 Extensibility Fundamentals. Examples: Manipulate environment-wide properties such as those found in the Options dialog box from the Tools menu, even create new tool windows that are dockable and behave like built-in tool windows, access the text buffer for source editor windows, sink events (selection changes, etc.), java files access objects from the code model object
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/default.asp
    MSDN, news oriented. Good.
    http://www.icab.de/
    iCab. New Web-browser for Macintosh. Screenshot at <http://www.brauer.org/notes/icab.html>
    http://www.gatter.demon.co.uk/downloads/starsdel.zip
    All Meade LX200 star entries; no DSO tables yet. At: <ftp://ftp.halcyon.com/pub/users/burrjaw/sao.zip>. LX200. 909705 bytes. Astro.
    http://helma.at/hannes/xmlrpc/
    XML-RPC for Java. Updated 1999-03-17. XML. Java.
    http://www.xml.com/xml/pub/1999/03/ie5/first-x.html
    . In XML!, but a HTML version is also available. Includes: reuse HTML tags like list or hypertext reference by declaring a namespace prefix and bind it to the official namespace for HTML, namespace prefix has to be html - for IE5, "If you want to use stylesheets, you'll have to tell the browser",
    http://www.linuxworld.com/linuxworld/lw-1999-03/lw-03-xml.html
    There is more to XML than roll-your-own HTML. Linux and XML. Includes: "One of the more annoying aspects of Linux administration is keeping up with the various formats and conventions of dotfiles.", "Few of the technologies advanced by the XML community are in themselves revolutionary. In fact, many of them are based on decades-old information processing models. The power of XML lies in the fact that so many vendors and users are finally agreeing on practical standards for such models.", "There are a growing number of XML parser libraries available for Python, C++, Java, Perl, and other languages. Using these would free the application from the task of validating the basic syntax and semantics of config files.", "HTML and the Web were a generalization of the Apple HyperCard", "the Mozilla project uses XML for everything from GUI design to internal data storage (including bookmarks)", WebDAV is a XML-based standard, Clark's SP for C++ for validation, Clark's expat for C for well-formedness, XML.
    http://www.ph-stoker.dk/
    PH Mest effektive Stoker-fyr til tr‘piller ifolge Teknologisk Institut. Beskrivelse af PH-stoker: http://www.ph-stoker.dk/page2.html
    http://ive.dti.dk/
    DTI. Dansk Teknologisk Institut. Stoker-fyr?
    http://www.energioplysningen.dk/
    Energioplysningen. DK. Under Energistyrelsen, Miljo- og Energiministeriet
    http://www.gnu.org/manual/manual.html
    GNU manuals online. Includes: autoconf, automake, bash, emacs, gzip, make, tar. Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.cs.utah.edu/csinfo/texinfo/bash/features_toc.html
    bash documentation. TOC page. Linux/UNIX.
    ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet-by-group/
    USENET FAQs......
    http://kipper.york.ac.uk/~vic/sock-faq/
    UNIX socket FAQ. Mirror of <http://www.lcg.org/sock-faq/>. One document: <ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/unix-faq/socket> Linux/UNIX.
    http://cs3.ecok.edu:457/tools/ccs_libc_syscalls.html
    UNIX System calls. Part of the book "Programming Tools Guide"/"Chapter 2: C compilation system". Linunx/UNIX.
    http://cs3.ecok.edu:457/cgi-bin/man/man?Routines+S
    List of system service, cc (?). Has function name to man page name mapping. Includes: open, chmod, chdir, fork, stat, read, write, . UNIX/Linux
    http://cs3.ecok.edu:457/cgi-bin/man/man?write+S
    write() system call. How to use from C/C++. Similar URL for open, close, read, lseek, stat,
    http://www.cs.adfa.oz.au/teaching/studinfo/csa2/OSLabNotes/node3.html
    Introduction to Unix System Calls
    http://www.simonstl.com/projects/tcpip/outline.html
    Notes about setting up multiplatform home network: Linux/UNIX, Windows NT and Macintosh. Includes: "Name service can be one of the cruelest nightmares you'll face as a network administrator" on <http://www.simonstl.com/projects/tcpip/linux/namestrt.html>.
    http://www.mv.com/ipusers/astron/ccd_images.htm
    CCD page. Author uses SBIG ST-7. Includes: example of CCD image processing with picture for each step - good, very nice!. Astro.
    http://cgi.pathfinder.com/time/daily/special/photo/kosovo4/5.html
    Example of use of interleaved JPEG. CNN/Time uses interleaved JPEG!!!!!!!!!!!
    http://www.canb.auug.org.au/~millerp/rmch/recu-make-cons-harm.html
    Recursive Make considered Harmful. Not accessible as of 1999-04-14T13:36:00+02:00
    http://support.installshield.com/kb/
    InstallShield knowledge base
    http://www.dejanews.com/getdoc.xp?AN=372391886
    Discussion of InstallShield error, "An error occurred during the move data process -119"
    http://www.dejanews.com/getdoc.xp?AN=372242602
    13 items thread about the InstallShield error, "An error occurred during the move data process -119"
    http://www.microsoft.com/MSJ/1198/c++/c++1198top.htm
    Explanation of 0xCD in VC++. DBG HEAP.C. Similar: <http://www.microsoft.com/MSJ/1097/bugslayer.htm>
    http://www.useit.com/alertbox/990502.html
    "Top Ten Mistakes" Revisited Three Years Later. Jacob Nielsen
    http://www.perlxml.com/faq/perl-xml-faq.html
    Perl XML FAQ. Version 1.1. 21 questions/answers
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/voices/drgui.asp
    "Dr. GUI and COM Automation, Part 3: More on COM's Fabulous Data Types". Includes: recommendation of the book "ATL Internals" Rector & Sells, .... URL expires 1999-05-20 - bad.
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0201695898/qid%3D925897480/002-9325497-4165030
    Book: "ATL Internals". Brent E. Rector, Chris Sells. April 1999. Addison-Wesley Pub Co; ISBN: 0201695898 Recommended by Dr. GUI.
    http://www.micromat.com/micromat/software.html
    Micromat has released TechTool Pro 2.1.1 on its downloads page. The free update to Version 2.0.3r1 of its test and repair utility fixes many bugs, supports more Macs (including the iMac), ******adds disk optimization********** (HFS Plus-compatible) and prepares for Mac OS 8.5. From MacInTouch, 1998-09-25. Site was not accessible 1999-05-12 (ping failed), but it is known by DNS: 208.201.247.70.
    http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/aw.nsf/techmain/BAFBD2F79A8C641B8825675B0083C6DB?OpenDocument
    IBM's XML for C++ parser. Single C++ shared library provides classes for parsing, generating, manipulating, and validating XML documents. IBM's XML for C++ parser (XML4C) is a validating XML parser <to be annotated>
    http://liftoff.msfc.nasa.gov/RealTime/JTrack/3D/JTrack3D.html
    Real time tracking of satellites with orbits with a Java app
    http://www.pil.sdu.dk/Webtools2/gene.htm
    PIL web tools - an annotated link page. Molbio.
    http://www.909edbpriser.dk/hardware/dvd/0020006.htm
    Computer hardware prices in Denmark. Includes DVD/movie package from Creative Labs.
    http://www.xml.com/xml/pub/Benchmark/article.html
    Benchmark of XML parsers. Perl, Java, Python and C. The C parsers are MUCH faster than the script languages.
    http://developer.apple.com/technotes/tn/tn1163.html
    <Really inside document at: #applescript>. AppleScript 1.3.7, AppleScript change notes for Mac OS 8.6. Includes: tip for a tell application blocks referring to an application when there is more than one copy to use a specific application (specified by absolute path).
    http://www.xmlrpc.com/
    XML-RPC: Home Page
    http://bitsko.slc.ut.us/~ken/xml-rpc/
    XML-RPC client/server for Perl. Yes, it ***is*** for Perl even though the file names may suggest otherwise. The file to get is http://bitsko.slc.ut.us/~ken/xml-rpc/Frontier-RPC-0.05.tar.gz
    http://davenet.userland.com/1998/07/xmlRpcForNewbies
    Introduction to XML-RPC. Includes: XML-RPC uses XML as the marshalling format, Interfaces provide room for growth, open doors, allow a user-perspective to create new functionality, "...the Apple Event Manager on the Macintosh OS. Apple wasn't willing to license the technology, so Microsoft did COM". Good.
    http://frontier.userland.com/tree$2.8.2.1
    XML-RPC Specification
    http://www.wddx.org/WDDXfaq12_8.htm
    WDDX FAQ. SDK is at <http://www.wddx.org/getSDK.htm> - 5-6 MB. WDDX is an XML-based technology that enables the exchange of complex data. Consists of a language-independent representation of data based on an XML 1.0 DTD. Includes: set of modules for a wide variety of languages that use WDDX. Was created to support problems of distributed computing within ColdFusion. Provides a module for each language that will automatically serialize or translate the native data structures into an abstract representation in XML and vice versa. Conversion process between languages is transparent to developers by shifting any XML processing and interaction into the WDDX modules, eliminating developers from having to directly program or manipulate XML themselves. Solves critical problems in exchanging data between different Web application environments, such as JavaScript, ColdFusion, Perl, ASP/COM and Java. With the COM module WDDX can be used from within Active Server Pages. Modules for JavaScript, ColdFusion, DCOM, Perl and Java; with COM module: ASP, Visual Basic, Delphi, Java, PowerBuilder and C++. Basic data types: boolean, number, date-time (ISO8601) and string. Complex data types: arrays, structures (associative arrays), and recordsets. recordsets are NOT recursive - very bad. "How does WDDX compare with XML-RPC mechanisms? ". Good.
    http://www.zope.org/Information/Zen/Publishing
    Zope explained. Is a dynamic web publishing system
    http://www.allaire.com/handlers/index.cfm?id=5197&method=full
    Different views of XML: XML Data Purist and XML Middleware approaches. "to begin globally exposing Web application servers as general distributed services". Idea of XML components that combine CSS, HTML and JavaScript. Includes: pragmatist approach to XML data exchange, XML middleware to supplant traditional distributed object protocols such as DCOM and Corba - Microsoft's SOAP or DataChannel's WebBroker, XML. Good.
    http://www.allaire.com/handlers/index.cfm?id=5490&method=full
    WDDX: lowest-common denominator approach to distributed data on the Web using XML.
    http://tipoftheweek.darkelf.net/100_Linux_Tips_and_Tricks.pdf
    100 Linux Tips and Tricks. Also linked from <http://users.linuxbox.com/~drow/>. <To be annotated>. Linux/UNIX
    http://tipoftheweek.darkelf.net/
    Tip of the week. For Linux. <To be annotated>. Linux/UNIX
    http://pauillac.inria.fr/~xleroy/
    LinuxThreads. LinuxThreads is a pthread compliant library you can use if you don't have glibc. Linux/UNIX.
    http://rufus.w3.org/linux/RPM/
    Hunt down RPMs for any architecture. Linux/UNIX.
    http://ala.vsms.nottingham.ac.uk/vsms/biotools/module1/problem.html
    SWISSPROT. Includes: "Features of the sequence", FT SIGNAL 1 24 FT CHAIN 25 54 B CHAIN. FT PROPEP 57 87 C PEPTIDE. FT CHAIN 90 110 A CHAIN. FT DISULFID 31 96 INTERCHAIN. FT DISULFID 43 109 INTERCHAIN. FT DISULFID 95 100 FT VARIANT 34 34 H -> D (IN PROVIDENCE; FT FAMILIAL HYPERPROINSULINEMIA). FT VARIANT 48 48 F -> S (IN LOS-ANGELES; FT TYPE-II DIABETES MELLITUS). FT VARIANT 49 49 F -> L (IN CHICAGO). FT VARIANT 89 89 R -> H (IN FAMILIAL HYPERPROINSULINEMIA; FT IMPAIRS POSTTRANSLATIONAL CLEAVAGE). FT VARIANT 89 89 R -> L (IN KYOTO; FT FAMILIAL HYPERPROINSULINEMIA). FT VARIANT 92 92 V -> L (IN WAKAYAMA). FT TURN 32 32 FT HELIX 33 46 FT STRAND 48 50 FT HELIX 91 95 FT TURN 96 97 FT HELIX 102 108 FT STRAND 109 109 features_ Molbio.
    http://www.pureatria.com/
    Purify. Testing/debugging tool for Windows NT/95
    http://www.microquill.com/
    Heapagent. Testing/debugging tool for Windows NT/95. Trial version is available - works for a week
    http://www.expasy.ch/txt/prosuser.txt
    PROSITE (a dictionary of protein sites and patterns), User Manual. Release 15.0, 1998-07. Molbio.
    http://www.bioinf.mdc-berlin.de/home6.html
    construct a consensus sequence from protein sequences. Molbio.
    http://slashdot.org/books/980818/1145255.shtml
    Review of the book: "Linux Application Development". UNIX/Linux.
    http://www.useit.com/alertbox/990516.html
    Article by Jacob Nielsen: Who Commits The "Top Ten Mistakes" of Web Design. Includes: "Frames scored a 21% violation rate for corporate sites and were not seen at all on the high-traffic sites".
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ISBN%3D1556156790/useitcomusableinA/002-2918304-6164254
    Book: The Windows Interface Guidelines for Software Design : An Application Design Guide. The official book on Microsoft user-interface design.
    http://www.salon.com/tech/col/rose/1999/05/28/weblogs/index.html
    The new buzz-word "weblog" explained: "Weblogs, typically, are personal Web sites operated by individuals who compile chronological lists of links to stuff that interests them, interspersed with information, editorializing and personal asides".
    http://www.peterme.com/
    Weblog for software interface design. DaveNet style.
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/voices/xml.asp
    Extreme XML. 1999-05: Using Namespaces Within Your XML Documents. <to be annotated>
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/voices/geek.asp
    Introduction to Cryptography and Encryption. By Nancy Winnick Cluts
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/isapi/msdnlib.idc?theURL=/library/welcome/dsmsdn/DrGUI021099.htm
    Dr. GUI and COM Automation, Part 1. Good exlanation of automation view (objects/methods/properties) versus COM (interfaces). Includes: CLSIDFromProgID, CoCreateInstanceEx, IDispatch interface pointer, GetIDsOfNames, dispids, Invoke, "Automation interfaces are not necessarily immutable", "it's common to change Automation interfaces, especially to add methods, from version to version of an object", "The only parameters you can pass are those that can be described in a variant. The biggest loss is that you cannot describe a struct using a variant.", difference between a dual interface and the equivalent custom interface, type library included in the DLL in the resource section, dual interfaces use COM's universal marshaller, only one Automation interface for a particular object, Do both a dual interface and an equivalent (in functionality) custom interface, Dr. GUI. DCOM
    http://www.tcaep.co.uk/science/constant/atof.htm
    Electron mass
    http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/
    XHTML 1.0: The Extensible HyperText Markup Language. A Reformulation of HTML 4.0 in XML 1.0. W3C Working Draft, 1999-05-05
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/visualc/stl/FAQ.HTM
    <Really inside document at: #Q4>. Bug Microsoft VC++ string class - assignment between strings, assigning smaller string to string that has been assigned to some other string. Workaround exist. Old URL: <http://www.microsoft.com/visualc/stl/FAQ.HTM#Q4>. STL.
    ftp://ftp.mfi.com/pub/cuj/1999/1706/bavestre.zip
    CUJ online source code, for article: "Better Assertions for MFC". Macro SAFE can be used in expressions, allowing more compact code. No dialog that stops execution. Has stack dump.
    http://www.perl.com/CPAN/modules/by-module/Authen/
    Use usernames/password from Window NT server for Linux/UNIX. New version introduced in <http://freshmeat.net/news/1999/06/06/928724090.html>. Download: <http://www.perl.com/CPAN/modules/by-module/Authen/Authen-Smb-0.9.tar.gz>.
    http://www.ingenioeren.dk/ida
    Danish Engineering Society/Dansk Ingeni¨rforening
    http://www.ingenioeren.dk/sharing/tech.htm
    Technical shareware programs: Cadre 1.02, finite element program. DeltaCad 2.0, CAD program. Periodic Table 3.0b
    http://www.ingenioeren.dk/redaktion/usite.html
    One of the better Yet another list of Webplaces. A fair bit of the references is to Danish/Nordic Web places. Annotated. Search engines, domain database, E-mail databases, registering your home page, US realtime share prices, danish (reserarch) institutions, shareware, E-zines list, o.s.w.
    http://www.ingenioeren.dk/resumeer/index96.html
    Selected articles from Ingenioeren/
    http://www.ingenioeren.dk/disp/generelt.html
    DISP. Danish Information System Professionals. Includes ref to Freddy Jensen's E-mail lister - "Leifs Danske Nyheder", etc
    http://www.ing.dk
    Old URL: http://www.ingenioeren.dk
    http://www.distributed.net/
    clearing house for all things distributed. loosely knit group of computer users that take up challenges which require a lot of computing power. Includes: regional representatives; <http://www.distributed.net/regional/> and <ZZZregional-dk@distributed.net>,
    http://www.distributed.net/regional/
    <to be annotated>.
    http://www.microsoft.fi/eventreg/dk/eventInformation.asp?eventID=872
    "VBA Integration and beyond". Seminar. Place: Copenhagen. Date: 1999-06-11. Includes: Object Model Design Guidelines.
    http://byte.com/features/1999/06/0607XML_RPC.html
    Exploring XML-RPC. 5 part article.
    http://udell.roninhouse.com/download/dhttp.html
    Distributed HTTP; "Peer-to-peer Web computing is the future. Why not start exploring the possibilities now?". Perl-biased. dhttp as an open-source project. Includes: contact manager based on a tiny Web server written in Perl,
    http://officeupdate.microsoft.com/downloadDetails/wd97vwr32.htm
    Viewer for Word 97
    http://apps.intel.com/scripts-util/download.asp?url=/design/perftool/vtune/exes/VT40Demo.exe&title=VTune(TM)+Analyzer+Version+4.0+Download+(23+MBytes)&fullpg=1&site=developer
    VTune 4.0, link to USA, Europe and Japan download locations. Europe: <ftp://download.intel.nl/design/perftool/vtune/exes/vt40demo.exe>. 22551 Kb. European reseller: <http://www.pts.co.uk/webc/showprod.htm!?prodid=VTUNE&sid=13e4b>. Price: EUR 472.00.
    ftp://genome.wustl.edu/pub/gsc1/sequence/st.louis/human/
    Human genome: finish, genbank, preliminary. Molbio.
    http://genome-www.stanford.edu/Arabidopsis/agi.html
    Arabidopsis Genome Initiative (AGI). Includes: AGI Progress (AtDB's Database). Sequence total is 39.9 percent for 1998-12-23. Molbio.
    http://genome.wustl.edu/gsc/arab/ftp.html
    About the ftp site with Preliminary and finished Arabidopsis thaliana sequences. Referenced from <http://genome.wustl.edu/gsc/arab/arabidopsis.html>. Current status: 1.45 Mb of sequence as of 1998-12-23. Good. Molbio.
    ftp://genome.wustl.edu/pub/gsc1/sequence/st.louis/arabidopsis/
    Arabidopsis thaliana sequences. Same information at <ftp://ftp.cshl.org/pub/sequences/arabidopsis/finishing/> ? Only 5 MB. Molbio.
    http://www.oikos.warwick.ac.uk/~bioar/arabidop.html
    Plant, Arabidopsis Thaliana. Model system for plant genetics. Described as "A Drosophila for the plant kingdom". Has flown with the NASA Space Shuttle. Includes picture of the plant.
    http://www.mips.biochem.mpg.de/proj/thal/links.html
    More links; Sequencing the Arabidopsis thaliana genome. Annotated list of links. Molbio.
    http://www.mips.biochem.mpg.de/proj/thal/
    Sequencing the Arabidopsis thaliana genome. Includes: browse Arabidopsis thaliana genome ("browse" is actually search), annotated list of links. Molbio.
    http://websvr.mips.biochem.mpg.de/proj/thal/
    All genomic sequences of Arabidopsis Thaliana, not just annotated ones. Molbio.
    http://websvr.mips.biochem.mpg.de/proj/thal/
    Arabidopsis thaliana genome. ESSA projects (European Scientists Sequencing Arabidopsis). All sequences available at: <ftp://elk.mips.biochem.mpg.de/pub/cress/>. Has sequence for as late as 1999-03-19. Molbio.
    ftp://ftp.oracle.com/pub/www/otn/linux
    Oracle. UNIX/Linux
    http://www.wi.leidenuniv.nl/~mhmoolen/howto-oracle.html
    Oracle. UNIX/Linux
    http://jordan.fortwayne.com/oracle/index.html
    Oracle. UNIX/Linux. step-by-step instructions for install: <http://jordan.fortwayne.com/oracle/oralinux.html> - very detailed.
    http://technet.oracle.com/section.htm
    Oracle, technical. News-oriented. Includes: Oracle's JDBC drivers,
    http://www.infoworld.com/cgi-bin/displayTC.pl?/reviews/981005o8linux.htm
    Oracle8 on Linux shows promise
    http://support.installshield.com/kb/default.asp?action=Display&documents_id=1739&productname=&category=&code=&documentnumber=Q101538&selectproductname=&selectcategory=&selectkeyword=&documentnumber2=Q101538&old_document_number=&rn_descriptor=&contents=&org=search&onlyOne=yes&date_published=
    Error -119 When Installing Self-registering Files. Gives "An error occurred during the move data process -119" error message.
    http://support.microsoft.com/download/support/mslfiles/Msvbvm50.exe
    Older is Oadist.exe. Linked from <http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q180/0/71.asp>. Are direct ftp links <ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/Softlib/MSLFiles> ?.
    ftp://ftp.ebi.ac.uk/pub/databases/pir/
    PIR database - Protein Identification Resource is the American counterpart of SWISS-PROT with collaboration with Europe (MIPS) and Japan (JIPID). Bad mirror: date is 1999-01-19 and today's date is 1999-06-14 !!; on the original it is 1999-04-13. Why is it not updated more often? Files: pir1.seq.z, pir2.seq.z, pir3.seq.z, pir4.seq.z, nrl_3d.seq.z. More information (e.g. feature table) is in files pir1.ref.z, pir2.ref.z, pir3.ref.z, pir4.ref.z. Mirror of <ftp://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/repository/PIR/vms/> or <ftp://ftp.ncbi.nih.gov/repository/PIR/vms/>?. Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.gov/Search/Entrez/index.html
    Entrez. www.ncbi.nlm.gov seems to no longer exist. Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/dbEST/index.html
    dbEST Expressed Sequence Tags nucleotide database. Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov:80/cgi-bin/BLAST/nph-blast
    BLAST search, basic. Protein and nucleotide databases. nr = non-redundant. Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/collab/db_xref.html
    Short description of SPTREMBL: "Computer-annotated protein sequence database supplementing SWISS-PROT and containing the translations of all coding sequences (CDS) present in the EMBL Nucleotide Sequence Database not yet integrated in SWISS-PROT.". Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/BLAST/fasta.html
    FASTA format description. N: unknown nucleic acid residue (any). X: unknown amino acid residue (any). Also includes: nucleic acid codes (DNA/EST), "a single hyphen or dash can be used to represent a gap of indeterminate length", U and * are acceptable letters. Mirrored at <http://www.infobiogen.fr/doc/Blast/blast_fastaform.html>. Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/dbEST/dbEST_summary.html
    List of organisms in EST database. Molbio. Species.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/BLAST/nph-newblast?Jform=0
    BLAST search. Molbio. Novartis.
    ftp://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/toolbox/ncbi_tools/
    Is URL <ftp://ftp.ncbi.nih.gov/toolbox/ncbi_tools/>? NCBI toolkit: BLAST sourcecode, Includes foundation library, CoreLib: multi- platform functions for memory allocation (including byte stores), string manipulation, file input and output, error and general messages, and time and date notification. Molbio.
    ftp://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genbank/genomes/
    Is URL <ftp://ftp.ncbi.nih.gov/genbank/genomes/>? Some genomes, including C. Elegans (?). Molbio.
    ftp://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genbank/genomes/C_elegans/
    Is URL <ftp://ftp.ncbi.nih.gov/genbank/genomes/C_elegans/>? C. Elegans genome, up to 12 MB per file!. Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/htbin-post/Taxonomy/wgetorg?id=8245
    Example of species ID number; swordfish/Xiphias gladius, Taxonomy Id: 8245. Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/collab/
    Describes/links to unified taxonomy. Species. Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/collab/FT/backus_naur.html
    Feature table: Backus-Naur form. Linked from <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/collab/FT/index.html>. And that from <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/collab/>. Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/htbin-post/Taxonomy/wprintgc?mode=c
    13 different genetic codes. Molbio.
    ftp://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pub/nrdb/README
    Is URL <ftp://ftp.ncbi.nih.gov/pub/nrdb/README>? Program called "nrdb" used to generate the NCBI "nonredundant" databases. Builds a nonredundant protein sequence database from the PIR, SWISS-PROT, GenPept, and daily GenPept updates. Will work with any input database(s) that are in FASTA/Pearson format. All 100% identical sequence entries are merged into a single entry. Latest update: 1994-09-15. Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Schuler/Papers/ESTtransmap/
    Long description of EST. Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/dbEST/irxhelp/field_hlp.html
    Fields in dbEST; EST id number, (DBID), EST name/GenBank accession/gi number, (IDS ), Clone information/Source information, (CLIN), Comments, (COM ), Library name and organism, (LIB ), Library description, (LIBX), Submitter info, (SUB ), Citation info, (CIT ), Mapping data, (MAP ), Homology/neighboring information, (NBR ) . Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/collab/
    Description of the International Nucleotide Sequence Database Collaboration. 3 members: DNA Data Bank of Japan (DDBJ), Mishima, Japan. European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL/EBI) Nucleotide Sequence Database, Hinxton, UK. GenBank (National Center for Biotechnology Information) Bethesda, MD, USA. Molbio.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Web/Newsltr/Spring99/spring99.htm
    <Really inside document at: #New Human Genome Web Resource: A Nexus for Genome Data>. PSI-BLAST. High level description. On NCBI news. Molbio.
    ftp://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/repository/PIR/ascii/taxonomy.lis
    Is URL <ftp://ftp.ncbi.nih.gov/repository/PIR/ascii/taxonomy.lis>? Species/taxonomy in PIR. Molbio.
    ftp://NBRF.Georgetown.Edu/
    The true master/home for PIR. Documentation for non-AC/DT/FT file format: <ftp://NBRF.Georgetown.Edu/pir/0protein_doc.codata>, including documention of feature descriptors. Short (socalled VMS format): <ftp://NBRF.Georgetown.Edu/pir/0protein_doc.vms> Has TIGR too.... This ftp server: updated quarterly!! Molbio.
    ftp://NBRF.Georgetown.Edu/pir/0protein_doc.vms
    Core PIR documentation. This ftp server: updated quarterly!! Molbio.
    http://pir.georgetown.edu/
    The TRUE PIR home (?) High level description at <http://pir.georgetown.edu/pirwww/dbinfo/pirpsd.html>. Molbio.
    ftp://nbrfa.georgetown.edu/pir/databases/
    More recent PIR database than ftp://NBRF.Georgetown.Edu/. Parent document: <http://pir.georgetown.edu/pirwww/product/pirftp.html>. Another server is <ftp://nbrf.georgetown.edu/pir/> (but only in NBRF-PIR and CODATA format). Includes CODATA, NBRF and FASTA formats. NBRF: the known format. Date is: 1999-05-14 as of 1999-06-14. Documentation of content is in <ftp://nbrfa.georgetown.edu/pir/databases/pir_nbrf/0protein_doc.vms>. CODATA: has file extensions acx, aux, crx, dat, ftx, gnx, jrx, rnx, sfx, snx, spx, ttx and wox. FASTA: all data is in one big file. Is FASTA format full featured?. Few days old FULL updates in <ftp://nbrfa.georgetown.edu/pir/databases/pir_updates/> (in NBRF format?), e.g. pir2.seq.Z is from 1999-06-12 and 24267 Kb whereas <ftp://nbrfa.georgetown.edu/pir/databases/pir_nbrf/pir2.seq.Z> is from 1999-05-14 and 22377 Kb. Molbio.
    ftp://nbrfa.georgetown.edu/pir/databases/pir_updates/
    Very latest PIR database. Molbio.
    http://technet.oracle.com/tech/linux/main.htm?archive
    Oracle. UNIX/Linux. Free Software Download. Use only glibc 2.0.x (x being 6 or higher) for both Oracle 805 SE and Oracle 8051 EE. Membership required for access to download pages. Registration at: <http://technet.oracle.com/reg/reg.htm?401>. http://technet.oracle.com/tech/linux/main.htm?archive>. Oracle8 Enterprise Edition for Linux 8.0.5.1 : <http://technet.oracle.com/cgi-bin/go?down8051eelinx>, 168 MB. Installation instructions: <http://technet.oracle.com/tech/linux/support/readme2.htm>.
    http://www.deja.com/help/help_lang.shtml
    DejaNews, description of complex searches, e.g. scully & (xfiles | x-files). "^" for NEAR, "&" for AND, "|" for OR, "&!" for AND NOT,
    http://www.oracle.com/nt/
    Oracle on Windows NT
    http://technet.oracle.com/software/download.htm
    Free software from Oracle
    http://www.perl.com/
    Gurusamy Sarathay's Win32 binary distribution. Recommende over ActiveState's Perl for ftp work
    ftp://ftp.plig.org/pub/CPAN/ports/index.html
    List of Perl ports. The list includes AIX, Amiga, AS/400, BeOS, Digital/VMS/UNIX, FreeBSD, HP-UX, Linux, Macintosh, MS-DOS, NetBSD, NextStep, OS/2, Win31, Win32
    http://www.dr.dk/radioavi/aktuelt2.htm
    DR1, news. URL is broken now, 2000-10-30. Radio. Danish. RealAudio.
    http://www.dr.dk/harddisk/
    Home page of Harddisken - a radio programme broadcast by the Danish National Broadcasting .. PR1
    http://www.dr.dk/cgi-bin/raprog/raprog.exe?ch=P1&chdate=980309
    P1 radio programme, 1998-03-08
    http://www.dr.dk/cgi-bin/ttv?request=419
    "Tekst TV" on the Web. URL is an example page, page 419
    http://www.dr.dk/harddisk/oersted/
    DR's "Harddiskens" home page about Orsted.
    http://www.dr.dk/DR-nyheder/Radioavi/realaudi/rad-avis/1830.ra/1830.ram
    18.30 Radioavis. Note about ARGOS/Orsted, including recording from American Airforce radio, 14 min 49 sec - 15 min 13 sec
    http://www.dr.dk/halmhuset/
    Bygning af hus i halm. DK. <To be reviewed>
    http://www.panix.com/~clay/perl/module.cgi?Net::FTP
    ftp transfers with Perl. Net::FTP -- Interface to File Transfer Protocol
    http://www.perl.com/CPAN/authors/Tye_McQueen/
    Win32API::Registry and Win32::TieRegistry. Perl.
    http://www.inforoute.capway.com/leberre1/main.htm
    How To : Using Win32::Packages with Perl 5, Win32::Registry. Seems to be broken now - 1999-06-21. Includes: examples, script to search for a specific key in the Registry, and print it when found
    http://www.ntsystems.com/db_area/archive/1999/9903/303c4.shtml
    Review of The Perl Resource Kit, Win32 Edition. Includes: debugger, Perl2.Exe - a program that compiles a Perl script to an executable file, create instances of Perl from COM clients, build COM automation servers in Perl. Perl.
    http://www.netaxs.com/~joc/perlwin32.html
    Perl for Win32. Includes: annotated list of modules, Modules include: high resolution time and sleep, ADO, DES encryption, GIF manipulation, monitor changes to Win32 directories, IPerfMon - get real-time NT system performance data, full control of threads and processes, semaphore and mutex, zip files natively in Perl, start, stop, or cycle NT Services, link to Perl2Exe, Good.
    http://itfagbogen.dk/
    <to be annotated>.
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/isapi/msdnlib.idc?theURL=/library/techart/msdn_vbscriptcom.htm
    Building COM Components That Take Full Advantage of Visual Basic and Scripting. Includes: type library tips, usable type libraries, creatable classes, interfaces should be marked dual, must be marked as "oleautomation", hidden, nonextensible, choosing between properties and methods, default property, specify "help strings" for everything, specify a help ***file***,
    http://www.teleport.com/~gerth/CGI/Perl_Editors.html
    Windows test editors (with special Perl support). Unfortunately this page uses frames.
    http://www.aisd.com/technology/perl/man/
    Searchable Perl Man Pages. Said to be not current.
    http://www.5sigma.com/perl/recipes.html
    Perl Recipes. One-three liners to do specific tasks. Includes: delete leading and trailing whitespace, Sorting a hash by values, find the most recently modified file in a directory. Last update: 1998-05-29 - moved over to <http://www.effectiveperl.com/>? Perl.
    http://www.effectiveperl.com/toc.html
    Book, TOC: Effective Perl programming. Reviews at <http://www.effectiveperl.com/reviews.html>. Includes: Understand conversions between strings and numbers, Don't misquote, Avoid using regular expressions for simple string operations, Pass references instead of copies, Use hashes to pass named parameters, Create lists of lists with references, Use perldoc to extract documentation for installed modules, Don't forget the file test operators.
    http://www.stonehenge.com:13693/929968878.20415.617
    Eliza for WWW!
    http://www.stonehenge.com/books/
    Annotated list of Perl books. By Randal L. Schwartz.
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1565923243/stonehengeconsul/002-9729113-1068642
    Book: Learning Perl on Win32 Systems. Reviews are generally bad; best is for beginnerts/introduction.
    http://enterprise.ic.gc.ca/~jfriedl/perl/#webget
    webget. Perl script. Webget fetches the named object -HTML text, images, audio, whatever the object happens to be.
    ftp://ftp.orst.edu/pub/packages/CPAN/doc/manual/html/pod/perlfunc.html
    perlfunc. Really a HTTP document... Extremely hard to locate!!!!!: http://www.perl.com/ -> Documentation -> access these **individually** or you (extremely slow link too) -> The main **perl** manpage -> perlfunc.
    http://sunsite.doc.ic.ac.uk/public/pub/pub/packages/perl/CPAN/doc/manual/html/lib/index.html
    Standard Perl library including standard module list, e.g. File::Copy, File::Find, File::Path. Silly 1st headline: Standard Pragmata
    http://sunsite.doc.ic.ac.uk/public/pub/pub/packages/perl/CPAN/doc/manual/html/lib/File/Path.html
    Perl module File::Path, with mkpath and rmtree.
    http://vba.summsoft.com/osc/
    Summit. Licensor of VBA from Microsoft. Supports it.
    http://vba.summsoft.com/osc/vba6/presentations/VBATour99.htm
    Europe VBA tour. Summit.
    http://vba.summsoft.com/osc/vba6/presentations/VBATour99/5%20--%20Designing%20Object%20Models%20for%20Use%20with%20VBA.htm
    Designing Object Models for Use with VBA. Presentation. Summit Software Company
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/devprods/vs6/vc++/vcmfc/_mfc_debug_new.htm
    DEBUG_NEW macro, used instead of new operator. Assists in finding memory leaks. Yes!, this is like Macsbug's leaks dcmd (Macintosh): keeps track of the filename and line number for each object that it allocates. Then, when you use the CMemoryState::DumpAllObjectsSince member function, each object allocated with DEBUG_NEW is shown with the filename and line number where it was allocated. VC++
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genome/seq/chr.cgi?CHR=1&SRT=ppos&MIN=100&ORG=Hs
    Human Genome download. Contigs. E.g.: <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genome/seq/download.cgi?CHR=1&ORG=Hs>. Molbio.
    http://egcs.cygnus.com/ml/egcs/1999-05/msg00513.html
    libstdc++-2.90.5 for egcs. Includes: Stringbufs and stringstreams for basic types work. Date: 1999-05-18 Linux/UNIX.
    ftp://language.perl.com/pub/perl/CPAN/doc/manual/html/PerlDoc.tar.gz
    For 5.005_02 release. Parent: <http://language.perl.com/info/documentation.html>, but the HTTP links do not work, e.g. <http://language.perl.com/CPAN/doc/manual/html/PerlDoc.tar.gz>.
    http://www.wc.cc.va.us/dtod/XMLRPC/
    Online demo of XML-RPC. Good.
    http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~schmidt/ACE.html
    ACE - ADAPTIVE Communication Environment. Object-Oriented Network Programming Toolkit in C++. Open-source. Implements many core design patterns for concurrent communication software. Includes: Good diagram platforms includes: Win32, most version of UNIX (Solaris, IRIX , DG/UX, HP-UX, DEC UNIX, AIX, UnixWare, SCO, Linux, FreeBSD and NetBSD), real-time operating systems (LynxOS, VxWorks, Chorus ClassiX, and PSoS), MVS and CRAY UNICOS.
    http://www.htc.honeywell.com/dome/
    DoME. CASE tool. Now under GNU open source code license! Windows exe: <http://www.htc.honeywell.com/dome/DOME-521.zip>. Linux exe: <http://www.htc.honeywell.com/dome/DOME-521.sis>. Written in SmallTalk.
    http://www.htc.honeywell.com/dome/DOME-521.sis
    <to be annotated>
    http://www.mozilla.org/projects/seamonkey/release-notes/index.html
    Mozilla, downloads. Milestone 7. Linux, Win32 and MacOs versions.
    ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/releases/m7/mozilla-win32-M7.zip
    Mozilla, Windows version. Milestone 7
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/voices/scripting.asp
    Includes: free disk space; AvailableSpace property on the Drive object, getFileVersion,
    http://bigscience.com/setiathome.html
    URL is broken now. ZZZZSETI@home - The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence at Home. Let your computer participate in the processing of data. Data comes from the Arecibo radio telescope and others. Platforms supported are PC, Mac and UNIX/Linux. Astro.
    http://www.ing.dk/tema/seti/
    Dagbladet Ingenioren's SETI team. Intro at <http://www.ing.dk/konf/root/seti/html/0001.html>. SETI home is <http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/>
    ftp://ftp.cdrom.com/pub/setiathome/setiathome_win_1_0.exe
    SETI software for Windows. Screen saver. 704 KB. Parent: <http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/windows.html>
    http://www2.hunter.com/~skh/scripts/dnslookup
    Public DNS server lookup. ns.hunter.com is free. e.g. can lookup www.auc.dk, 130.225.54.2. Found on Alta-Vista with keywords: DNS NEAR public NEAR server NEAR lookup
    http://www.danhostel.dk/forsiden.asp?country=DK
    Vandrerhjem i Danmark
    http://oplysningen.teledanmark.dk/menu/sm2.htm
    Oplysning. TeleDanmark.
    http://www.widgetware.com/ATLFAQ_Collections.htm
    COM Collections with STL and ATL. FAQ style. DCOM.
    http://130.225.147.138/prgroup/wwwtools/search.html
    WWW search tools. onj
    http://www.vcdc.com/magazine/aprmag99/atlenum2.asp
    ATL 3.0's Enumerator and Collection Templates. Part 2 of 2. ICollectionOnSTLImpl. ATL. DCOM.
    http://www.widgetware.com/atlfaq_datatypes.htm
    Part of a ATL FAQ. IDL and COM Data Types. Includes: "How can I convert a BSTR to a char* a BSTR, a Unicode string to ANSI, and so on?". DCOM.
    http://b.cs.okstate.edu/cs3373/lectures/lecture23.html
    MFC message maps explained. Part of MFC tutorial, "Object-oriented Programming and Visual C++". Oklahoma State University, Computer Science Department
    http://math.nmu.edu/Dept/web/courseware/c/default.htm
    C Programming course. C++.
    http://indigo.ie/~pjn/cplus.html
    Annotated list of links for Visual C++ and MFC.
    http://www.roguewave.com/products/winproducts/mfcposter-ph.zip
    MFC Hierarchy Poster. In zipped PDF format, 177 KB
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/techart/msdn_collect.htm
    Implementing OLE Automation Collections. Charlie Kindel. MSDN CD URL: <mk:@MSITStore:V:\MSDN\techart.chm::/html/msdn_collect.htm>. Not in Visual C++ documentation set. 1994. DCOM.
    http://www.moretechnologies.com/products/atlcollection/
    . Now aquired by RogueWave's Stingray Division - is it part of "Objective Toolkit for ATL"?, <http://www.roguewave.com/products/downloads/#toolkitatl>. DCOM
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/periodic/period96/periodic/msdnn/dr_gui/gui30g.htm
    "We don't have an e-mail address for bug reports". Bad.
    http://www.icrossroads.com/~spider/vbmath.html
    ATL tutorial (for ActiveX DLL). Visual Basic, but there is an ATL section. DCOM.
    http://www.icrossroads.com/~spider/objmodels.html
    Object Models and Scripting - how to explore, not design. Includes: "Internet Explorer is a control which can be reused in many places including creating ATL components with DHTML resources. This lets you create the UI for your C++ program using DHTML.", bookstore section. DCOM
    http://www.icrossroads.com/~spider/latebind.html
    early and late binding, dual and not dual, Visual Basic. Includes: how it looks in ATL before and after, using the example control in Internet Explorer and Frontpage 2000 - VBScript, . DCOM
    http://devcentral.iftech.com/books/bookshelf.asp?sm=isbn&target=0130109126
    Book: Multithreaded Programming With Win32. Thuan Q. Pham and Pankaj K. Garg. Prentice Hall, ISBN# 0130109126
    http://devcentral.iftech.com/books/bookshelf.asp?sm=isbn&target=0130959669
    Book: Understanding DCOM. William Rubin and Marshall Brain. Prentice Hall, ISBN# 0130959669. DCOM.
    http://journal.iftech.com/articles/dcom_1/
    Understanding DCOM - Part I. Part II includes: understanding ATL-generated code. Part III includes: "getting COM clients and servers communicating over a network can present a great many difficulties". Parent: <http://devcentral.iftech.com/learning/tutorials/submfc.asp>. Adapted from the book.
    http://devcentral.iftech.com/learning/tutorials/mfc-win32/vc6mfc/
    Introduction to MFC Programming with Visual C++ v6.x. <to be reviewed>. Windows. C++.
    http://discuss.microsoft.com/SCRIPTS/WA-MSD.EXE?A0=ATL&D=0
    Mailing List Archives of ATL@DISCUSS.MICROSOFT.COM. ATL - Active Template Library
    http://www.sellsbrothers.com/tools/
    Includes: smart IEnumVARIANT (fix for terrible terrible performance across apartments for Visual Basic For-Each statement because it only ask for 1 element at a time). Solutions at: <http://www.sellsbrothers.com/tools/smartenum.htm>. DCOM. Good. Very good.
    http://www.siteexperts.com/tips/xml/ts03/page1.asp
    Building a Story Server with XML and ASP. First part of 6 part article.
    http://home.earthlink.net/~jmoleary/projects.htm
    Cstring replacement; for ATL. ATL/DCOM - or is it something different; an extension of the C++ standard library string class with CString's interface?
    http://www.addisonsw.com/information.htm
    Reveal - a tool for analysing problems with component bases applications. Includes: "Way too often network installs will fail with some of the machines on your network for no apparent reason.". DCOM
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/sp/vcfixes.asp
    Visual C++ Fixes, v. 6.0, SP3
    http://www.develop.com/dbox/
    Don Box homepage.
    http://24.1.92.20/developer/TechnicalArticles.asp
    Arrays in COM. Coming soon: Annotated IDL Reference, Handling Structures, Unions and Enums in IDL. DCOM.
    http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/ray_brown/CSBHome.htm
    Includes: "you can apply Visual Basic's For Each iteration feature to one of your CSB wrapped STL containers without needing to write any code." ATL.
    http://www.mycal.net/wsweb/
    Worlds Smallest Webserver. Based on iChip/Microchip PIC16F84. Author's prototype is connected via PPP to Linux box and out to the Internet. Good.
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q108/9/34.asp
    Rules for Freeing BSTRs in OLE Automation. DCOM.
    http://www.news.com/News/Item/0,4,39158,00.html?st.ne.fd.tohhed.ni
    Apple's 7th profitable quarter
    http://www.news.com/News/Item/0,4,39236,00.html?st.ne.fd.gif.d
    Oracle 8i. Speed. Java: "If you have to make a modification, there's no more screwing around and going to 5,000 people to upgrade the software. You can make the changes in one spot."
    http://www.sstnet.com/lortc/prod02.htm
    Charting/oscilloscope component for Windows. Download at: <http://www.sstnet.com/ftp/demos/lortchtx.exe>, 4725 KB. Parent for download: <http://www.sstnet.com/_vti_bin/shtml.exe/lortc/lortc32.htm>. DCOM.
    http://bahn.hafas.de/bin/db.s98/detect.exe/bin/db.s98/query.exe/d?
    Train schedules, search form. April 1998 - 1998
    http://bahn.hafas.de/bin/db.s98/detect.exe/bin/db.s99/query.exe/d?
    Train schedules, search form. 1999-05-30 - 1999-09-25
    http://starbase.neosoft.com/~claird/comp.lang.tcl/tcl.html
    Tcl/Tk. Annotated list of links. Includes: Is Tcl serious enough for production work?, Agents in Tcl, Can Tcl handle binary data?, list of free DBMSs, GUI builders,
    http://www.kbcafe.com/dcom/kb.cgi
    Explains surrogate processes. Site claims to be "The DCOM Knowledge base". Includes: Find the COM object in OLEVIEW and check the Use Surrogate Process checkbox, moving DLL COM to separate process to separate computer, configuring the DCOM security properly, configuration of tunnel DCOM over TCP/IP port 80 - requires SP4 on client and server side, "why I created the application logic as a DLL and not an NT Service". DCOM.
    http://us2.samba.org/samba/docs/
    Samba documentation, main page. Linux/UNIX. Creates empty document in Netscape - very bad.
    http://us2.samba.org/samba/docs/SambaIntro.html
    Samba: An Introduction. Includes: history of Samba, File and print services are provided by smbd, with the Windows NT Domain system the basic idea is that a user should only have to log in once to have access to all of the authorized services on the network; handled this with an authentication server, called a Domain Controller, an NT Domain is a group of machines which share the same Domain Controller, browsing is handled by nmbd, Local Master Browser's (LMB) job is to keep a list of available services ("Network Neighborhood"), Samba utilities are smbclient (interface similar to that of the FTP utility), nmblookup (used to find NetBIOS names on a network, lookup their IP addresses, and query a remote machine for the list of names the machine believes it owns.), swat (Web Administration Tool), smbfs filesystem: Windows shares on Linux; allows Linux to map a remote SMB share into its directory structure, Samba 2.0 was released in January 1999. Linux/UNIX. Good.
    http://us2.samba.org/samba/docs/ntdom_faq/samba_ntdom_faq.html
    FAQ for Samba NT Domain PDC support. Includes: How do I get my samba server to become a member ( not PDC ) of an NT domain?. Linux/UNIX.
    http://us2.samba.org/samba/docs/DIAGNOSIS.html
    Diagnosing your samba server. Contains a list of tests to perform to validate yourSamba server. Do ALL the tests, in the order shown. Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.ucolick.org/cgi-bin/Tcl/extens.cgi
    Tcl Extensions and some recommended ones. Includes: "If you don't have the big, big bucks for a Sybase or Oracle license, check out Postgres; free relational database, VU-Meters Widgets; tremendously useful for realtime GUI applications, TclXess; use the Xess spreadsheet API,
    http://us2.samba.org/samba/docs/ntdom_faq/page6.html
    How do I get my samba server to become a member (not PDC) of an NT domain?. security = domain. users must still be defined in the local /etc/passwd file, ref to LinuxWorld article, Step-by-step instructions. Linux/UNIX. Good.
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q158/5/08.asp
    COM Security FAQ. Includes: E_OUTOFMEMORY is returned, rather than E_ACCESSDENIED, because of a bug in Windows NT 4.0, DCOM.
    http://www.ucolick.org/~de/Tcl/tcltk.html
    Answers: what is Tcl/Tk? Includes: a very powerful scripting language and is easily integrated into or around existing applications, ESO (European Southern Observatory) based its flagship image processing interface on Tcl, flexible and extensible (as compared to most other scripting languages), Tk is the fastest environment in which we have ever developed X11 (GUI) applications, terrific language for list manipulation, killer language for database applications. Good.
    http://www.fastnetltd.ndirect.co.uk/Perl/Articles/PSIntro.html
    Introduction to PerlScript. Includes: The ASP object model is based around OLE modules, handling collections in PerlScript; "It is of course a minefield. Your best tool for figuring all this out is OLEVIEW which comes with MSVC 4/5 which allows you to see the type library for all OLE objects on your server. ". Perl. DCOM.
    http://www.lcg.org/sock-faq/
    UNIX Socket FAQ. Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.best.com/~bos/threads-faq/
    FAQ for comp.programming.threads
    http://www.cm.cf.ac.uk/Dave/C/node31.html
    Further Threads Programming; Mutual Exclusion Locks. Parent is <http://www.cm.cf.ac.uk/Dave/C/CE.html>. Semaphores, Condition Variables, Mutual exclusion locks (mutexes), Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.cm.cf.ac.uk/Dave/C/node20.html
    C functions under UNIX to manipulate directories and files; and file testing and manipulation (rename, delete)
    http://www.cm.cf.ac.uk/Dave/C/node3.html
    It is here! Description of C/C++ Program Compilation under UNIX. Includes: the name of the executable for different platforms, compilers (Sun, GNU) and language (C or C++), produce object files only with the -c switch; link later, -L to specify other link directories than /lib and /usr/lib, -I for extra include paths, -g for debugging, -D for compiler defined preprocessor symbols, all libraries except standard I/O need to be explicitly linked in with the -l, using section 3 of the manual for function documentation (e.g. man 3 sqrt ), man 3 intro for a full list of functions, use of lint, explore libraries to see what each contains by running the command ar t libfile, Good. Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~schmidt/ACE.html
    ACE - An Object-Oriented Network Programming Toolkit in C++. There is also a mailing list!. Includes tutorial, see e.g. <http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~schmidt/ACE_wrappers/docs/tutorials/002/page01.html>. Tutorial mother is <http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~schmidt/ACE_wrappers/docs/tutorials/online-tutorials.html>. Introduces Reactor in <http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~schmidt/ACE_wrappers/docs/tutorials/001/page01.html>
    http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~schmidt/ACE_wrappers/docs/tutorials/009/page01.html
    From ACE tutorial. Send broadcast datagrams to locate all of the servers listening at the well-known address. "Thus, if each client sends its version signature in the broadcast, then the servers can choose to respond only to clients with matching versions. ",
    http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~schmidt/ACE_wrappers/docs/tutorials/008/page01.html
    From ACE tutorial. How clients can locate servers on the network. Includes: "So... how do the clients know where the servers are? Let 'em ask! Datagrams are great for this", "play with datagram sockets and use it for server discovery by the client. Datagrams are used by UDP",
    http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~schmidt/ACE.FAQ.html
    ACE FAQ.
    http://www.gnu.org/manual/manual.html
    GNU online manuals. Includes: bash, emacs, gdb, Linux/UNIX.
    http://www.erlenstar.demon.co.uk/unix/faq_toc.html
    Unix Programming FAQ. Mostly about processes (e.g. nothing about to compile or find -l identifiers for libraries), but includes "How can I generate a stack dump from within a running program? "
    http://www.cuj.com/sub/1renew.html
    C/C++ Users Journal renewal of subscription
    http://technet.oracle.com/tech/linux/
    port of Oracle 8.1.5 for Linux, according to http://www.slashdot.org/. UNIX/Linux.
    http://www.xmltree.com/
    XML root. Find sites/directory of sites that serve XML content.
    http://www.ct.heise.de/ix/artikel/1999/08/064/
    c't review of Zope, an open source Web management content system
    http://www.hotwired.com/webmonkey/99/30/index3a.html
    IP Masquerade explained. First of 5 part article. <to be reviewed>
    http://sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov/eclipse/TSE1999/TSE1999Map/T99Fig8.jpg
    Eclipse path for southern Germany - detailed. Astro. Good.
    http://www.azalea.com/faq.html
    Barcodes. Barcodes FAQ, ver 3.0 1997-03-24
    http://www.stregkoder.dk/
    Barcodes. Unfortunately this site uses the f***** frames.
    http://www.barcode.dk/
    Barcodes. Unfortunately this site also uses the f***** frames.
    http://www.grundkortfyn.dk/
    Property map for any building on Fyn, Denmark. showing individual building
    http://www.scankort.dk/mfs.htm
    3D kat!
    http://aa.usno.navy.mil/AA/faq/docs/world_tzones.html
    World Time Zone Map. Not easy to read. Kort/map. Astro.
    http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/Map_collection.html
    Links to maps of World, Europe, USA and further maps of individual contries, e.g. Denmark. Europe: <http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/europe/Europe_pol98.jpg>, from <http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/europe.html>. USA, county borders: <http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/county_outline.html>. Kosovo (detailed!): <http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/europe/kosovo_pol98.jpg>, from <http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/Kosovo.html> with former Yugoslavia. Canada map: <http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/americas/Canada_pol97.jpg>, from <http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/canada.html> Kort/map.
    ftp://ftp.ebi.ac.uk/pub/databases/nrdb90/nrdb90.gz
    Alternative to EMBL nrdb. Parent is <http://www.ebi.ac.uk/~holm/nrdb90/>. Molbio.
    http://support.installshield.com/resource/odbc_dao_rdov2.asp
    ODBC-DAO-RDO v2 Template. Direct link: <http://support.installshield.com/resource/templates/ODBCDAORDO/ODBC-DAO-RDOv2Template.exe>.
    http://www.microsoft.com/data/mdac21info/mdacinstq.htm
    Installing MDAC Q&A. MDAC is "Microsoft Data Access Components", and contains the core components (ADO, OLE DB, and ODBC) and additional OLE DB providers and ODBC drivers for various data stores. MDAC release manifest: <http://www.microsoft.com/Data/MDAC21info/manifest_intro.htm> with links to versions of MDAC installers, e.g. MDAC 2.1 SP2, <http://download.microsoft.com/download/dasdk/mdac/2.1.2.4202.3/W9xNT4/EN-US/mdac_typ.exe> is MDAC 2.1.2.4202.3 (GA), linked from <http://www.microsoft.com/data/download.htm>.
    http://www.biochem.mpg.de/adresse.html
    Martinsried, Max-Planck-Institut fr Biochemie. Maps. Astro.
    http://mnphys.biochem.mpg.de/general/howtofind/gross.gif
    Munich region map. Parent: <http://mnphys.biochem.mpg.de/general/howtofind/>. Astro.
    http://mnphys.biochem.mpg.de/general/howtofind/middle.gif
    Munich map. Parent: <http://mnphys.biochem.mpg.de/general/howtofind/>. Astro.
    http://www.dwd.de/forecasts/texte/thema.html
    Primary wheather prediction forecast for Germany; solar eclipse. Astro.
    http://www.eso.org/outreach/spec-prog/aol/market/collaboration/eclipse99/where&when/sky.htm
    Solar eclipse, planets and stars during totality. Astro.
    http://www.eso.org/outreach/spec-prog/aol/market/collaboration/eclipse99/
    ESO's Solar eclipse page. Not easy to find!!!!. Astro.
    http://www.finansstyrelsen.dk/
    Hypotekbanken. Hypotekbanken -> Finansstyrelsen. 33 92 80 00. Fax 33 93 77 24. ZZZZZfinansstyrelsen@fin.dk Old URL: <http://www.hypotekbanken.dk/>
    http://www.matarese.com/web-proxy.html
    Using web proxies to disguise your IP address. Ugly green text colour makes these pages hard to read. Hacker oriented. Very specific list of break-in techniques for e.g. sendmail at <http://www.matarese.com/buglist.html>
    http://www.matarese.com/softic~2.html
    Symbolic source debugging with SoftICE
    http://www.numega.com/support/knowledgebase/docs/235.stm
    SofICE, multiple search paths for e.g. abort.c - not really
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q157/4/37.asp
    Firing events from a second thread with appartment model
    http://www.numega.com/support/knowledgebase/docs/685.stm
    SoftICE. <more>
    http://www.numega.com/support/knowledgebase/docs/796.stm
    Debugging interrupt handlers with SoftICE
    http://www.numega.com/support/knowledgebase/docs/672.stm
    SoftICE, disable another debugger popping up automatically.
    http://frontier.userland.com/stories/storyReader$1036
    Beginning with Frontier 6.0, Windows users can call Active Scripting Engine scripts from Frontier, e.g. a VBScript script can be executed from Frontier and it can call back into Frontier.
    http://discuss.userland.com/msgReader$10103
    Very interesting... The Cathedral and the Bazaar is NOT about open source versus commercial development, but about open source project's success, e.g. HURD versus Linux
    http://linuxtoday.com/stories/9312.html
    Announcement: MySQL 3.20.32a is now Open Source. Unix/Linux.
    http://www.sun.com:/products/staroffice/get.html
    StarOffice 5.1
    http://www.lockness.scotland.net/
    Lock Ness. loch-ness
    http://obiwan.uvi.edu/computing/turing/work.htm
    Definition of Turing Machine; a tape, a read-write head, and a program.
    http://slashdot.org/books/99/08/31/1538243.shtml
    Book: Introduction to Genetic Algorithms, review and discussion of. Discussions recommend other books. Includes: GALib; a very complete C++ library implementing almost everything described in Mitchel's book.
    http://slashdot.org/books/99/04/08/1512209.shtml
    Discussion/review of the book "The Practice of Programming", similar in quality to "Code Complete", "Writing Solid Code" and "Programming Pearls".
    http://adc.gsfc.nasa.gov/xml/#BB
    ADC's XML Activities. Includes: Astronomical Catalog Markup Language DTD. Astro. Good.
    http://www.fullon3d.com/opinionated/
    Critisism of the SETI project. Astro.
    http://www.azillionmonkeys.com/qed/cpuwar.html
    Comparison by the author of the page of AMD K6 CPU and Intel P-II/Klamath/P6, AMD K6/NX686 and Cyrix 6x86MX/M2. Very detailed description/analysis and discussion of each processors performance, including floating point. Very detailed. Includes: "While they claim that hand scheduling has little or no effect on performance experiments I and others have conducted have convinced me that this simply is not the case. In the few attempts I've made using ideas I've recently been shown and studied myself, I can get between 5% and 30% improvement on very innocent looking loops via some very unintuitive modifications." Performance.
    http://www.azillionmonkeys.com/qed/ANTISPAM.HTML
    Very long and very detailed document about how to handle spammers.
    http://www.cps.msu.edu/~crs/cps920/
    Article about "Post-RISC" CPUs. RISC: Superscalar RISC processors relied on the compiler to order instructions and hardware checked the legality of multiple issue. Post-RISC processors: are much more aggressive at issuing instructions using hardware to dynamically perform the instruction reordering.
    http://www.azillionmonkeys.com/qed/optimize.html
    Programming Optimisation. Optimisation techniques. Includes: Arithmetic operation performance is ordered roughly by: trancendental functions; square root; modulus; divide; multiply; add/subtract/mutiply by power of 2/divide by power of 2/modulus by power of 2, loop hoisting, CPU/platform specific features; Burst write's, memory access constraints (cache coherency), branch prediction, pipelining, counting down rather than up, side-effects, multiple execution units, Quake uses floating point normalization trick, all x86 processors are very slow at converting floating point data types into integer data types - instead match bit patterns, ANSI C does not know the difference between cached and uncached memory, the register keyword is not of much use, general divides and modulos that are not a power of two are slow to execute (from Crays right on down to 6502's), for maximum optimization potential of Pentium FPU usage use assembly language, AMD's 3DNOW! SIMD floating point technology: more than 1 gigaflop of peak performance. y % 32 -> y & 31, using unions of 8K structures for all data used in your inner loops, the only viable solution for existing PC platforms is to exploit the potential for pipelining the FPU and the integer CPU instructions in a maximally concurrent way, there is a significant performance margin to be gained in using assembly language. Good. Performance
    http://www.azillionmonkeys.com/qed/p5opt.html
    Pentium Optimisation. Includes: Non-negative FPU numerical comparisons can be carried out with integer operations far more quickly than the standard fcomp and fstsw operations Good. Performance
    http://3dnow.org/workshop1.shtml
    Workshop: take advantage of AMD's 3DNow!. State as of 1999-07-31: no final result yet. Includes: SETI/FFT from Four1() function (Numerical Recipes in C) is 3-4 times faster in 3DNow! than native x87, overcoming memory latency - use PREFETCH instruction to hide the L2/memory latency, chunks of 4 K or smaller for the 3DNow, Performance.
    http://www.3dnow.org/3dnow.shtml
    Explains 3DNow!. 3DNow!: command set extension to the x86/x87/MMX CPU commands that is using the SIMD (single instruction, multiple data) approach; used optimally, this means an increase in speed over ordinary x87 commands of 300%!
    ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/gcc/gcc-2.95.tar.gz
    gcc compiler, version 2.95. First release since EGCS took over.
    http://www.ontek.com/mikey/optimization.html
    Optimization of computer programs in C. General tips about optimisation; long and detailed; author reference is various UNIX systems. Includes: Use the time command to see if your program is compute-bound/memory bound/IO bound, the cost of a function call is extremely small on modern machines, there is no substitute for examining the assembler-level output the compiler generates, some optimization and instruction scheduling is put off until link time, memcpy is faster than memmove, merge sort is often considered to have the best locality of reference, be sure to increment the rightmost index first, mmap() as UNIX equivalent to Windows NT file cache/read-ahead, strcmp optimizations, loop unrolling, loop jamming, loop inversion, strength reduction, loop invariant, computations tail, recursion elimination, Performance. Good. UNIX/Linux.
    http://technocrat.net/932419608
    NASA TV, 24 hours per day!. <JavaScript:adWin('http://www.broadcast.com/ads/gateway_frame.asp?id=138294&meta_type=ram&area=television')>. Linked from <http://my.userland.com/viewChannel$1123>. Astro.
    http://www.homepageofthedead.com/films/night30/trailer.ram
    Stupid, stupid Universal Studio. Here you go. <http://www.movie-list.com/> are the good guys.
    http://www.loewscineplex.com/trailerpark/trailers/0693yy.mov
    Again: Stupid, stupid Universal Studio
    http://www.loewscineplex.com/trailerpark/trailers/0693yy.mov
    http://www.alltheweb.com/ (A comprehensive search engine? <to be reviewed>
    http://www.jp.dk/cgi-bin/dbpublish.dll?page=internetavisen/indland/artikel&art_id=1794006
    UserName: ua, password 0aij
    http://thehamptons.com/anders/netatalk/
    Linux Netatalk-HOWTO. For AppleTalk connectivity. UNIX/Linux.
    http://www.umich.edu/~rsug/netatalk/
    netatalk mailing list. For AppleTalk connectivity. UNIX/Linux.
    http://www.primate.wisc.edu/people/dubois/mklinux/netatalk-setup.html
    Basic MkLinux netatalk Setup. For AppleTalk connectivity. UNIX/Linux.
    http://www.ct.heise.de/ix/artikel/1999/08/064/
    c't review of Zope, an open source Web management content system
    http://www.hotwired.com/webmonkey/99/30/index3a.html
    IP Masquerade explained. First of 5 part article. <to be reviewed>
    http://technet.oracle.com/tech/linux/
    port of Oracle 8.1.5 for Linux, according to http://www.slashdot.org/
    http://www.xmltree.com/
    XML root. Find sites/directory of sites that serve XML content.
    http://www.expasy.ch/tools/protparam.html
    ProtParam. Calculates pI/isoelectric point. Input is either SWISS-PROT/TrEMBL accession number or user supplied sequence. Explanation of computation of Some of the parameters are at explained at <http://www.expasy.ch/tools/protpar-ref.html>, but not pI. Molbio.
    http://www.activestate.com/ActivePerl/
    ActiveState's ActivePerl. Download page at <http://www.activestate.com/ActivePerl/download.htm> and direct at <ftp://ftp.ActiveState.com/activeperl/APi509e.exe>; is 4651 KB. Net::ftp tips: Use PPM (type ppm at the command line) to install: (this work even though libnet is not in the list return by "search" - extremely confusing and extremely timeconsuming!!!!!!!!!) PPM> install libnet Install package 'libnet?' (y/N): y This will also start a script asking for default hosts, NNTP: news.tele.dk. SMTP: mail.protana.com. POP3: mail.protana.com. SNPP, etc.: <space>. Timeserver: ntp.lth.se. Domain: protana.com. CPAN - keyword for Net::FTP. Some time server: quasimodo.btj.se, ntp.lth.se, fartein.ifi.uio.no. Linux: perl -MCPAN -e shell install Bundle::libnet. Adding archive to be used in the future; set repository RK http://theoryx5.uwinnipeg.ca/cgi-bin/ppmserver?urn:/PPMServer ppm> set save (ppm> install XML::LibXML). XML::Parser under Linux; install LWP expat, outside Linux PPM; rpm -UHV xyz.rpm install XML::Parser Not easy!!!!!
    http://pandonia.canberra.edu.au/ClientServer/week4/socket.html
    "TCP/IP", part of a course. Includes: source code examples for e.g TCP time server/client, big/little endian issues, Timeserver. Time server. On port 13.
    http://pandonia.canberra.edu.au/ClientServer/week5/design.html
    Some notes about design of network protocols. State. Lost replies/timeouts. Data format;MIME/byte level. Version control. Character Sets; ASCII/EBCDIC. Also includes description of "The Common Client Interface" (CCI) an interface used with Mosaic 2.5 for X. Includes usage scenario: ... use of this is for a teacher/student environment, where a teacher is using an instance of Mosaic, and the student instances are all mirroring the master instance. A protocol for this is described in some detail. Another example protocol is the X Session Manager. State. Uses state transition diagram to define the protocol. Uses byte-level encoding and the MIT MAGIC-COOKIE scheme for security. Event loop versus "An alternative, that goes well with an object-oriented approach, is to use callback functions". The ICE (Inter Client Exchange) library: allows an arbitrary protocol to be setup above TCP/IP. Example of simple ftp client/server with source code. Good. Very good
    http://devcentral.iftech.com/learning/tutorials/c-cpp/cpp/
    C++ tutorial. Understanding C++: An Accelerated Introduction by Marshall Brain
    http://www.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/DVS1/staff/bourret/xml/XMLAndDatabases.htm
    XML and Databases. Includes: data-centric and document-centric, data-centric - "the fact that XML is involved may be superfluous -- it is often simply the data transport.". document-centric - "Document-centric documents are generally designed for human consumption", mappings fall into two general categories: template-driven and model-driven, data types; XML does not support data types in any meaningful sense of the word, two common ways to store binary data in XML documents are unparsed entities and Base64 encoding, null data, <annotate 2nd half>.
    http://www.ab-c.dk/
    Applied Bioinformatics Centre. DK: Anvendt BioinformatikCenter hos UNI.C
    http://linux.userland.com/discuss/msgReader$31
    Compares XML-RPC very nicely with DCOM, CORBA and Sun RPC. Incl.: XML-RPC is for scripters
    ftp://egcs.cygnus.com/pub/egcs/infrastructure/libg++-2.8.1.3.tar.gz
    Some egcs software
    ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/gcc/
    New gcc/egcs
    ftp://go.cygnus.com/pub/sourceware.cygnus.com/pub/egcs/releases/index.html
    New gcc/egcs ?
    ftp://sourceware.cygnus.com/pub/libstdc++/libstdc++-2.90.6.tar.gz
    Seventh snapshot release of egcs/gcc standard C++ library, libstdc++-2.90.6 or Egcs Standard C++ Library v3. Date: 1999-08-04, but there is a bug in ostringstream, see <http://sourceware.cygnus.com/ml/libstdc++/1999-q3/msg00142.html>. Announcment: <http://sourceware.cygnus.com/ml/libstdc++/1999-q3/msg00081.html> - "attempting to be fully buzzword, bazaar, and GNU compliant.". 901 KB. FAQ: <http://sourceware.cygnus.com/libstdc++/faq/index.html>. libstdc++-2.90.6.tar.gz
    http://egcs.cygnus.com/gcc-2.95/gcc-2.95.1.html
    GCC 2.95.1. Release overview at: <ftp://egcs.cygnus.com/pub/egcs/releases/index.html>. Full release is nearly 13 MB, C++/Java/Chilli/Fortran, <ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/gcc/gcc-2.95.1.tar.gz>
    ftp://egcs.cygnus.com/pub/egcs/releases/gcc-2.95.1/gcc-g++-2.95.1.tar.gz
    GCC 2.95.1, C++ only
    http://sourceware.cygnus.com/ml/libstdc++/
    Mailing list for egcs/gcc standard C++ library, on-line archive.
    http://www.pcguide.com/ref/mbsys/cache/funcParts-c.html
    Level 2 cache parts: The Data Store and The Tag RAM
    http://www.pcguide.com/ref/mbsys/cache/funcStore-c.html
    Level 2 cache, structure of Data Store. Includes: "on a modern fifth-generation or later PC, the level 2 cache is organized as a set of long cache lines, each containing 32 bytes (256 bits)."
    http://www.pcguide.com/ref/mbsys/cache/funcMapping-c.html
    Level 2, Cache Mapping and Associativity: direct mapped cache, fully associative cache, N-way set associative cache
    http://www.pcguide.com/ref/mbsys/cache/funcStore-c.html
    Level 2 cache, Tag RAM. "no matter how fast the cache data store is, the tag RAM must be slightly faster."
    http://www.cnn.com/TECH/computing/9908/13/4swan.idg/
    FreeS/WAN project, free, open-source Linux-based server software that uses strong encryption to create secure data tunnels. Hacking tools. Includes: "PPTP network protocol for Windows NT servers but decided it was too insecure. "PPTP is a total disaster. L0phtcrack (a hacking tool) just goes through it like a buzz saw"
    http://www.netcraft.com/whats/?host=www.scripting.com
    Find out what web-server software and which platform a web-site is running
    http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-box-http-soap-00.txt
    SOAP protocol. SOAP defines an RPC mechanism using XML for client-server interaction across a network by using the mechanisms: HTTP as the base transport and XML documents for encoding of invocation requests and responses
    http://209.110.197.27/soapdemo/pageclient.htm
    ...and sessionclient.htm. If you look at the source code, you will see the SOAP goo and target URLs for my VB-based SOAP server. The machine-generated CDL is at http://209.110.197.27/soapdemo/VBSoapSrv.cdl. DB http://www.develop.com/dbox. SOAP. XML. RPC
    http://members.tripod.com/nyttehave/alment/links.htm
    <Really inside document at: #Skadegoerere>. Online byttecentraler for planter. Bolig.
    http://users.cybercity.dk/~bka1596/stine/ugens_dyr.html
    Muldvarp. Levevis, etc. Incl.: 30-50 meter lange gange. DK.
    http://home5.inet.tele.dk/rolfc/lister/dkpatte.htm
    Vilde pattedyr i Danmark.
    http://www.gnu.org/manual/manual.html
    GNU Manuals Online. Includes: glibc-2.0.6, make-3.77, plotutils-2.2, autoconf-2.13, automake-1.3, bash-2.02, binutils-2.9.1, emacs-20.3, plotutils-2.2
    http://members.tripod.com/nyttehave/Skadegorere/skadegor.htm
    Muldvarp/moles. Navne og links to other places. Part of "Nyttehave Nettet".
    http://www.inra.fr/HYPPZ/RAVAGEUR/6taleur.htm
    Muldvarp/moles description. Biology. Includes: the network has a length of 100 to 200 m
    http://www.blackpool.net/www/sbwalsh/moles.htm
    More description of Muldvarp/mole
    http://www.ddgi.es/espais/italp.htm
    Picture of Muldvarp/mole
    http://www.sslug.dk/artikler/Linux_sikkerhed/intro.html
    Linux security. In Danish.
    http://www.codecranker.com
    Claims to link to <http://www.mann.embl-heidelberg.de/Development/ImplementAppleScript.html>, but site was not accessible 1999-09-19T23:03:00+02:00
    http://www.dkuug.dk/perl-bin/dynamic/show.nyheder.pl?configId=3&dataId=86&mode=single
    DKUUG XML-seminar, 1999-09-28
    http://www.develop.com/soap/
    Description of SOAP. Includes: DevelopMentor is currently implementing the SOAP protocol for COM/Perl/Java, XML
    http://www.develop.com/soap/soapfaq.htm
    SOAP FAQ. <To be annotated>. XML.
    http://slashdot.org/books/99/09/16/1333202.shtml
    Review of the book "Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code". Authors: Martin Fowler, Kent Beck, John Brant, William Opdyke and Don Roberts. Extreme Programming - XP.
    http://shop.barnesandnoble.com/booksearch/isbnInquiry.asp?userid=25UMR5Y1HB&mscssid=0GBPEFCQERSH2GNU0017QRP4P8HSDA2F&pcount=0&srefer=&isbn=0471197130
    Book: AntiPatterns. Not against patterns, but catalogue of common mistakes in software development.
    http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-10-1999/jw-10-script.html
    Adding script interfaces to Java applications. Use language interpreters written in Java for the following languages: JavaScript, Python, Tcl, and Scheme. The interpreters amend language specifications to let scripts create new Java objects and call methods on Java classes and objects. User scripts can access the object-containment hierarchy by traversing through the application object, static method getInstance() in SlateApp. Later adds use of the Facade pattern, essentially flattens the system
    http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?LiterateProgramming
    Literate Programming defined: a programming methodology that combines a programming language with a documentation language. Developed by Donald Knuth. "From one source you can produce both the documentation and the executable code."
    http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?ProgrammingInPairs
    Software Development in Pairs. "if I'm busily working with someone, anyone who needs me will interrupt me briefly if at all." A pattern of development. Interesting. See also <http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?PairProgramming>, includes mailing list ref. <mailto:zzzZZZZZpair-programming-request@cs.uiuc.edu?subject=subscribe>
    http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?ContinuousIntegration
    Continuous Integration. "Real work requires periods of unbroken concentration, between half an hour and a few hours.". DaveHarris
    http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WikiPagesAboutRefactoring
    Refactoring code. Includes: definitions (ReFactor, RefactoringEqualsReparametrization, CodeNormalization). Extreme Programming - XP.
    http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?JustaProgrammer
    "I hear you on the fear of being called 'just' a programmer". Includes: "Some companies do think of non-management-track developers as "just-a-programmer". In my experience, these are companies to avoid."
    http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?ExtremeProgrammingRoadmap
    Extreme Programming Roadmap. Refactor. Extreme Programming - XP.
    http://www.xmltp.org/
    No longer available, not even in Google. Nice!. Disconnect. Reinventing SOAP. This time by the Linux/Apache community. Online community effort to standardize the transport mechanism for XML data. A few possible applications for XMLTP are: Client/Server database applications. Distributed data processing. An interface to web based applications. Data distribution to data warehousing centers. "online community effort to standardize the transport mechanism for XML data".
    http://www.aaa.dk/DAGSOR/AR/210999/index.htm
    Mødereferater, Århus Amtsråd
    http://www.aaa.dk/ua/uoga/person/jvm.html
    Jens Mortensen, fuldmægtig.
    http://www.develop.com/dbox/
    Don Box's home page. DCOM.
    http://www.numega.com/drivercentral/utilfiles/basicpci.zip
    A skeletal driver for a PCI device
    http://www.numega.com/library/papers/sividtp.shtml
    SoftICE video card drivers number. Only significant for Win 3.x? n
    http://www.director-online.com/accessArticle2.cfm?id=435
    XML and you. Includes: "Unlike HTML or VRML, all XML does is formalize a way of describing a new markup language", "XML is unique in that it is a step back in technological terms (it's a text file) but a step forward at the same time because of this flexibility", "XML markup languages allow you to "re-use" convenient names without any possibility of confusion. If you look at our example XML markup language you will notice that name is used in two different places. As is title. But this is a safe practice as there is no way to confuse the name tag that is used in a slide node with the name tag that is used in the author node. Each is semantically distinct". Go through construction of new markup language, based on an example. Good. XML.
    http://www.javareport.com/html/from_pages/ftp_feature.shtml
    XML as a Distributed Application Protocol The Technology and the Politics. <to be annotated>
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q196/7/31.asp
    Application That Requires Schedule Service Fails. Includes: "When you install Task Scheduler on Windows NT, it replaces the Schedule service. The Schedule service no longer shows up in the Services utility in Control Panel.", "RESOLUTION: Remove "Task Scheduler v1.0 (remove only) " by using the Add/Remove Programs tool". HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Schedule, ImagePath: %SystemRoot%\System32\AtSvc.Exe. AT.
    http://xmlhack.com/read.php?item=9
    New XML::Parser support for Canonical XML. Perl.
    http://xmlhack.com/read.php?item=18
    Distributed computing and XML. Mentions XML-RPC
    http://www.deja.com/
    DejaNews keywords for SoftICE install trouble. softice text mode, softice cirrus, softice directdraw, softice characters, strange characters fills screen, SICE text mode, characters are unreadable when I switch to debugger
    http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/pctech/content/18/16/ib1816.001.html
    Getting Started with XML
    http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue4_10/bezroukov/index.html
    Critique of "Cathedral and Bazaar". By Nikolai Bezroukov. Linked from <http://slashdot.org/articles/99/10/08/1025211.shtml>. Includes: "Along with a positive agenda, every powerful social movement requires an enemy, a target that can be used as a powerful unifying force. Therefore it is not accidental that a large proportion of the Linux and open source community really hate the 'Evil Empire'", "the OSS movement and Linux have powerful allies in OS/2 and Macintosh communities. Both are based on closed proprietary models (actually not much different from the Windows model), but with powerful communities that also has ABM/BTM as their political agendas.". Good.
    http://xml.com/pub/1999/10/tokyo.html
    "The downloadable Excite search engine is built with Perl; the AtomZ search service and many others like it are hosted services built using FreeBSD, Apache, and Perl.". Good.
    http://www.xml.com/pub/Guide/Demos
    Demonstrations of XML implementations. Includes: RDF Schema editor and DTD Generator Frontend
    http://slashdot.org/askslashdot/99/09/22/1249248.shtml
    slashdot discussion on use for XML for configuration files in Linux/UNIX
    http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?ReFactor
    Good discussion of refactoring programs. Alias "behavior preserving transformations". Extreme Programming - XP.
    http://www-4.ibm.com/software/developer/education/xmlintro/
    Tutorial: Introduction to XML. By Doug Tidwell, IBM. Not easy to read offline as there are only a few sentences per page. Includes: "XML isn't rocket science".
    http://www.bluesnews.com/
    The Windows world's answer to Macintouch. XXX
    http://www.chem.uu.nl/amsmass/www/instrument/instrument.html
    Protana nanospray source mentioned. Molbio.
    http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/990729/mds_inc_pr_1.html
    Protana/MDS press release
    http://www.icmb.utexas.edu/core/links.html
    Protana linked here. Molbio.
    http://www.latrobe.edu.au/www/anzsms/Companies.html
    Protana linked here. Molbio.
    http://www.hotwired.com/webmonkey/99/31/index1a.html
    "Sending Search-Engine Traffic to Your Site". How to get to top of search engine result lists. Includes: use a master crawler page. 5 part article. Good.
    http://www.oft.gov.uk/crawler1.htm
    Example crawler page -for robots. It is linked from <>
    http://www.xml.com/xml/pub
    XML news.
    http://Www.protana.com/~molina/lene._and_henrik.htm
    Molina alignment. Molbio.
    http://www.altavista.com/cgi-bin/query?pg=q&what=web
    Find all pages linking to Protana pages, including internal: "link:http://www.protana.com"
    http://www.webpagesthatsuck.com/
    Web pages that sucks - learn good design by looking at bad sites. Humor too.
    http://www.webdeveloper.com/management/manage_search_engine_tips.html
    Promoting Web-sites. 5 part article. Includes: specific advice for Yahoo.
    http://searchenginewatch.com/
    Search engine watch. Includes: Search Engine Submission Tips,
    http://searchenginewatch.com/sereport/current.html
    The search engine report. Monthly newsletter that covers developments with search engines and changes to the Search Engine Watch web site. Includes: LookSmart, Snap and HotBot have firmly established themselves as consistent top draws and are threatening to overtake AltaVista's popularity.
    http://searchenginewatch.com/links/
    List of search engines. Includes: Specialty Search Engines and for that: Computer-Related Searching,
    http://searchenginewatch.com/links/Major_Search_Engines/The_Major_Search_Engines/index.html
    Well annotated list of major search engines; AOL NetFind, AltaVista, Ask Jeeves, Direct Hit, Excite, FAST Search, Go/Infoseek, GoTo, Google, HotBot, Inktomi, LookSmart, Lycos, MSN Search, Netscape Search, Northern Light, Open Directory, RealNames, Snap, WebCrawler and Yahoo. E.g.: Northern Light; largest index of the web
    http://www.sourcebank.com/
    Specialty Search Engine: the search engine for developers. Includes: encryption, ftp-links to real source code,
    http://www.sourcebank.com/details/details_4796.html
    Kit object for creating common UI objects. X-Windows.
    http://www.google.com/
    Seach engine. Claimed at <http://searchenginewatch.com/sereport/current.html> to contain more than 200 million pages.
    http://www.webdeveloper.com/html/html_metatags_part2.html
    HTML META tag for regular refresh of a page, e.g. <META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0;URL=http://www.newurl.com">. Avoid robots on a page-by-page basis.
    http://www.webdeveloper.com/html/html_metatags_part3.html
    Includes: links to META tag pages and the issue of using others copyrighted names, e.g. other companies
    http://www.internetday.com/archives/050699.html
    How search engines rank pages. Good.
    http://www.hardwarecentral.com/hardwarecentral/reviews/1100/1/
    Optimize Matrox G400 performance
    http://my.userland.com/viewChannel$1353
    Perl news channel.
    http://www.computingcentral.msn.com/Topics/windowsnt/pagefile.asp
    Windows NT Pagefile size, what to set it to.
    http://www.cyber4all.com/d2mac/default.asp
    D2Mac Codes
    http://casbah.org/LDO/
    Lightweight Distributed Objects (LDO): Open Source Communications Framework. Competitor to SOAP and XML-RPC?
    http://uptime.arsdigita.com/uptime/about.tcl
    server uptime monitoring system. If the site is unreachable, Uptime sends you email. Can even send to a beeper service that has an email gateway. Source code for the service is available. A file must be added to the website that contains the word "success", e.g. <http://www.protana.com/~pm/ping.html>. Report page with incident log at <http://uptime.arsdigita.com/uptime/reports.tcl?monitor_id=zzzzz_49462> . Another: <http://peptsearch.protana.com/ping.html>, <http://uptime.arsdigita.com/uptime/reports.tcl?monitor_id=zzzzz_49464>
    http://www.richardhaleshaw.com/
    Links to COM BootCamp, DCOM-MTS BootCamp, . DCOM
    http://www.RichardHaleShaw.com/atlbootcamp/onlinehelp/default.htm
    ATL online help. By Richard Hale Shaw's. DCOM.
    http://winntmag.com/support/Forums/Application/Thread.cfm?CFID=1423089&CFTOKEN=54734069&CFApp=69&Thread_ID=25886&mc=9
    Good tips for NT Admins. From 1999-10-03. Includes: "On servers, install NT twice", "prevent NTDETECT from polling your COM ports to look for a mouse", Add the /SOS shows you what device drivers are loading at boot, You must buy, keep, and use NTFSDOS -- it is essential, Always maintain a working MS-DOS 6.22 boot diskette with FDISK, FORMAT, SYS, and other DOS utilities. Very good!
    http://www.starbugg.freeserve.co.uk/tutorial-links.html
    <http://www.protana.com/~pm/cplusplus.html> linked here.
    http://www.wildcard.demon.co.uk/nodes/XML.html
    Me!.... Links to <http://www.protana.com/~pm/XML.html>.
    http://www.richardhaleshaw.com/combootcamp.htm
    Abstract for Course: COM BootCamp. Richard Hale Shaw. Includes: "New technique that uses ATL-like templates to make the implementation of IDispatch- and IUnknown-derived interfaces a piece of cake in MFC projects.", "How to marshal entire arrays of custom data types across interface and machine boundaries", "How to implement custom and dual interfaces in MFC without using those ugly macros!", "How to implement multi-threaded COM servers and clients", "How to implement callbacks using Connection Points", "How to implement callbacks without using Connection Points", Scripting client support: IDispatch, Dynamic Query of IDispatch (Late-Binding), Static Query of IDispatch (Early-Binding), Getting MFC Projects into shape: adding auto re-registration, TypeLib Embedding, MFC's COM Support: CCmdTarget, COM Support in ATL: CComObject, CComObjectRoot, COM Clients in ATL: CComPtr, ATL. DCOM. Good.
    http://www.mpi-muelheim.mpg.de/stoecki/Ion_Techniques.html
    Description of ionisation techniques: Electron ionization, Chemical Ionization, FAB, Electrospray ionization, Atmospheric pressure chemical ionization, MALDI, multiply charged molecules notation (M+nH)n+. Molbio.
    http://www.pebio.com/pa/340913/html/appendixD.html
    PE Applied Biosystems. Danish branch listed. Molbio.
    http://www.kohala.com/start/
    New W. Richard Stevens' Home Page
    http://www.kohala.com/start/unpv12e/unpv12e.tar.gz
    Source code for the book "UNIX Network Programming, Volume 1, Second Edition". By W. Richard Stevens. Linked from <http://www.kohala.com/start/unpv12e.html>
    http://www.jgaa.com/source.htm
    Source code for the ftp server War FTP Daemon. From license agreement: You are not emploeed by any governmental institution or agency, the army or the police, or by any leading political organisations in any country.
    http://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=99/10/13/0251239&threshold=0&commentsort=0&mode=thread&pid=31
    <Really inside document at: #77>. Sounds like COM!!!: "I agree. IDL means "Compile". "Compile" means "Test". "Test" means time and money down the toilet. Lotta pain. Little gain. When it's hard to adjust systems, kludges and work-arounds become common. Then those systems become a nightmare.". DCOM.
    http://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=99/10/13/0251239&threshold=0&commentsort=0&mode=thread&cid=87
    Very good discussion of RPC, network latency, synchronious call.
    http://cosm.mithral.com/
    Cosm - Distributed computing. Like SETI. Includes: "allow computers all over the world to work together on projects".
    http://watsen.net/bamboo/html/content-introduction.shtml
    Bamboo, distributed computing. functionality can be changed at runtime- no reboots necessary!. Sits on top of NSPR, the Netscape Portable Runtime; C++ API for threading, synchronization, timing, networking, and other OS services. Missing modules can be downloaded from the Internet. Once used ACE but changed to NSPR. History of the project at <http://watsen.net/bamboo/html/content-roadmap.shtml>
    http://www.mozilla.org/projects/xpcom/index.html
    XP-COM - cross platform COM
    http://watsen.net/bamboo/html/content-documents.shtml
    Summary of settings environment variables on: UNIX