Re: *whew* Internet Services List (kinda) hypertexted

Marc VanHeyningen <>
From: Marc VanHeyningen <>
Subject: Re: *whew* Internet Services List (kinda) hypertexted 
In-reply-to: Your message of "Sun, 11 Apr 1993 13:28:00 PDT."
Date: Sun, 11 Apr 1993 18:18:15 -0500
Message-id: <>
Thus wrote: "Tony Johnson (415) 926 2278"
>>I've just spend the last three or so hours marking up the Internet
>>Services List so that it
>> a) has a presentable structure, and
>> b) has links to everything
>>I trimmed some items out that weren't relevant but I think I have
>>links to most things.  If you plan on accessing the document
>>frequently, please make a local copy -- our network is expensive :-(
>This looks great....I've put a copy on:

There's another version of this available from the Indiana University
home page which Tom Loos put together a while back, but I think it's
current.  The URL is for
the main list.  I keep meaning to make it searchable via a keywork
index one of these days.

By the way, I notice that the Internet services list in Stanford has
links to a finger entry at Berkeley which goes via a WWW-finger
gateway in New Zealand.  This seems rather inefficient, to say the
least.  There is also a finger gateway (which I consider cool, since
it includes graphical support from faces) on our server which people
in the states might consider.  Look in for information on it.

- Marc
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