"ECC" indicates print version is available at
Engineering Copy Center, 203 ET.
"CF" indicates materials which the Clone Factory
has been requested to print.
Subject to copyright laws and restrictions,
the Clone Factory will
World Wide Web documents upon request.
And, of course, for those who don't like stucture:
- Text =
The World Wide Web Unleashed 1996 (third edition) by
John December and Neil Randall, 1995,
Sams Publishing (Indianapolis, Indiana, USA),
- As We
May Think,V. Bush, 1945.
-- ECC (#1).
Also of interest here:
Critique of a Technology
- World-Wide Web Home and
World Wide Web FAQ
- ``What Does W3
Define?'' according to ``The World-Wide Web,'' by T. Berners-Lee, R.
Cailliau, et al., Communications of the ACM, v.37, No.8,
Aug 1994, pp. 76-82.
Dictionary of Hypertext Terms
- URLs and
Resources on the Web
- URN = Uniform
- HTML References
- HTML Forms, a specialized and (``advanced'') part of HTML
``Advanced Educational Uses of the World-Wide Web''
by Bertrand Ibrahim and Stephen Franklin.
- Copyright and the Web
- Searching the Web
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