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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Gopher Sports
    the Internet Gopher Sports Go to the previous next section Sports culine colorado edu Look up schedules for teams in various professional sports leagues here under Professional Sports Schedules Go

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Gopher Weather
    Go to the previous next section Weather ashpool micro umn edu Look up weather forecasts for major American and Canadian cities in the Weather area wx atmos uiuc edu Look up weather forecasts for North America or bone up on

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - More Gophers
    related to or run by the government He posts it every three weeks to the news answers and soc answers newsgroups on Usenet It can also be obtained via anonymous ftp from rtfm mit edu as pub usenet news answers us govt net pointers Students at the University of Michigan s School of Information and Library Studies recently compiled separate lists of Internet resources in 11 specific areas from aeronautics

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Wide-Area Information Servers
    au archie au amiga readmes Free 011 archie au archie au ls lRt Free 012 archie au archie au mac readmes Free 013 archie au archie au pc readmes Free 014 pc2 pc maricopa edu ascd education Free 015 archie au au directory of servers Free 016 cirm2 univ mrs fr bib cirm Free 017 cmns sun think com bible Free 018 zenon inria fr bibs zenon inria fr Free Keywords space selects w for keywords arrows move return searches q quits Each line represents a different database the au at the end of some of them means they are in Australia the fr on the last line represents a database in France And this is just the first page If you type a capital K you ll go to the next page there are several pages Hitting a capital J will move you back a page The first thing you want to do is tell the WAIS program which databases you want searched To select a database move the cursor bar over the line you want using your down and up arrow keys and hit your space bar An asterisk will appear next to the line number Repeat this until you ve selected all of the databases you want searched Then hit your W key after which you ll be prompted for the key words you re looking for You can type in an entire line of these words separate each with a space not a comma Hit return and the search begins Let s say you re utterly fascinated with wheat So you might select agricultural market news to find its current world price But you also want to see if it has any religious implications so you choose the Bible and the Book of Mormon What do

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - World-Wide Web
    is needed When you connect you ll see something like Overview of the Web GENERAL OVERVIEW There is no top to the World Wide Web You can look at it from many points of view If you have no other bias here are some places to start by Subject 1 A classification by subject of interest Incomplete but easiest to use by Type 2 Looking by type of service access protocol etc may allow to find things if you know what you are looking for About WWW 3 About the World Wide Web global information sharing project Starting somewhere else To use a different default page perhaps one representing your field of interest see customizing your home page 4 What happened to CERN 1 6 Up RETURN for more Quit or Help Ok Now type 3 and get the following screen The World Wide Web project WORLD WIDE WEB The WorldWideWeb W3 is a wide area hypermedia 1 information retrieval initiative aiming to give universal access to a large universe of documents Everything there is online about W3 is linked directly or indirectly to this document including an executive summary 2 of the project an illustrated talk 3 Mailing lists

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Clients
    somewhat primitive And even to a veteran MS DOS user the World Wide Web interface is rather clunky and some of the documents and files on the Web now use special formatting that would confuse your poor computer There are however ways to integrate these services into your graphical user interface In fact there are now ways to tie into the Internet directly rather than relying on whatever interface your public access system uses through what are known as client programs These programs provide graphical interfaces for everything from ftp to the World Wide Web There is now a growing number of these client programs for everything from ftp to gopher PSI of Reston Va which offers nationwide Internet access in fact requires its customers to use these programs Using protocols known as SLIP and PPP these programs communicate with the Net using the same basic data packets as much larger computers online Beyond integration with your own computer s desktop client programs let you do more than one thing at once on the net while you re downloading a large file in one window you can be chatting with a friend through an Internet chat program in another Unfortunately

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - When Things Go Wrong VI
    takes a very long time for particular menus or database searches to come up Sometimes you ll even get a message that there are too many people connected to whichever service you re trying to use and so you can t get in The only alternative is to either try again in 20 minutes or so or wait until later in the day when the load might be lower When this happens in veronica try one of the other veronica entries When you retrieve a file through gopher you ll sometimes be asked if you want to store it under some ludicrously long name there go our friends the system administrators again using 128 characters just because Unix lets them With certain MS DOS communications programs if that name is longer than one line you won t be able to backspace all the way back to the first line if you want to give it a simpler name Backspace as far as you can Then when you get ready to download it to your home computer remember that the file name will be truncated on your end because of MS DOS s file naming limitations Worse your computer might even

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Gophers FYI
    from its users To get on the mailing list for the project send an e mail message with a subject of subscribe to interpedia request telerama lm com You can get supporting documentation for the project via anonymous ftp at ftp lm com in the pub interpedia directory See also the Usenet newsgroups comp infosystems comp infosystems gopher comp infosystems wais and comp infosystems www are places to go for technical discussions about Gopher WAISs and the World Wide Web project respectively Moreover there are comp infosystems for more general discussion of related issues The group comp infosystems gis relates to Geographic Information Systems and thus is more specialized on this subject At present there are no veronica clients veronica is a gopher tool An informal veronica FAQ is posted regularly in comp infosystems gopher and archived on veronica scs unr edu as veronica veronica faq There even exists a Gopher service to read Usenet news gopher gopher msu edu 4320 But the lines behind this service are few and thus it s likely that you get the following message when trying to enter We are sorry but our Usenet News gateway limits the number of simultaneous connections If you were attempting to read news and were instead directed to this file all of those connections are in use We offer this gateway as a last resort for people who have no other access for reading Usenet We do not have the capacity to serve as the Usenet gateway for large numbers of users around the Internet Individuals who like this style of access should ask their Internet service providers to offer the same sort of gateway on their local Gopher server Individuals and campuses should consider installing local news feeds and local news readers such as RN NN TIN

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