ANNOUNCE: Announcing EIT's World-Wide Web Server

kevinh@eit.COM (Kevin 'Kev' Hughes)
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 94 13:48:15 PST
From: kevinh@eit.COM (Kevin 'Kev' Hughes)
Message-id: <9401172148.AA24422@eit.COM>
Subject: ANNOUNCE: Announcing EIT's World-Wide Web Server
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	Enterprise Integration Technologies (EIT) is pleased to announce
its renovated World-Wide Web server of corporate, technical, and network
information. EIT is a rapidly growing R&D and consulting company specializing
in information technology for electronic commerce, collaborative engineering,
and agile manufacturing. Recently, EIT was awarded a U.S. Technology
Reinvestment Program grant to lead the development of CommerceNet,
an $8 million project designed to help Silicon Valley businesses make
use of the coming "information superhighway".
	EIT's WWW server contains a broad range of information about the
company, its people, projects, and technologies, and some useful network
resources. Much of it is unique in content or in presentation.
	Highlights include:

          * a WAIS to HTML gateway,which lets you search the entire
            WWW server and then sort the output in a variety of ways,
          * a corporate overview and fact sheet, and information about
            our location and office (including a 3D-ish interactive
            office map),
          * pictures and biographies of EIT personnel,
          * MBONE and MPEG technical information,
          * software archives, including a multicast version of Mosaic
            for X, Mosaic remote-control programs, and the latest
            version of getsites (a Web server log analyzer),
          * information on folk music and Zoomer PDAs,
          * Kevin Hughes' Internet resources list,
          * public domain Gopher/FTP icons (which are currently used in
            Mosaic for X),
          * the updated report of Hypertext '93 Web happenings, including
            the fixed HTML DTD and more information on Ted Nelson,
          * hypertext archives of the Zoomer PDA, www-courseware, and
            www-literature mailing lists,
          * and much more!

	The URL is:

	Previous links anyone may have had to MPEG information, getsites,
Hypertext '93 information or the Internet resources list should be changed to:

	"Entering the World-Wide Web: A Guide to Cyberspace" (the
October 1993 version) is available in HTML and PostScript form at:

	Getsites is at:

	Public domain icons:

	Questions involving the site should go to;
questions concerning EIT and its projects should be emailed to

        -- Brian Smithson
           Hypermedia Project Manager

	-- Kevin Hughes
           EIT Webmaster