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An exploratory sample of 114 personal home pages, drawn from a home page directory available on the World Wide Web People Page Directory httpwww.peoplepage.com, was analysed to detect patterns and trends in home page content and design. Covered in the analysis were types of informational content...
Shell Research & Technology Centre, Thornton, located just outside Chester in the North of England, is home to over 700 research staff. Its brief is to service the research needs of any part of Shell that is willing to sponsor a research project and work is undertaken in a wide range of areas,...
This is the tenth article on business and law BSL databases in a continuing series of articles summarising and commenting on new database products. Two companion articles have appeared, one covering science, technology and medicine STM in Online & CDROM Review vol. 21, no. 4 and the other...
Interactive multimedia CDROM that charts the significant events in the motorcar's development. Includes archive video footage of selected motorsport highlights and land speed records a picture gallery of more than 220 of the great British cars and an editorial highlighting the key factors that...
School libraries, present and future. There is so much talk about the millennium at the moment that I thought I would share with you my vision of school libraries in the year 2000. Today I believe most of us consider our core task to be the promotion of literacy and study skills, primarily...
The mythological Daily Me. At the recent NetMedia 97 conference at City University I watched a presentation by Steve Yelvington, Editor of the Star Tribune Online in Minneapolis. He was describing the development of an intelligent agent system called MOM My Own Matrix that the Star Tribune is...
Technology for technology's sake. It's been called onetoone marketing on the Internet it's been compared to subscribing to a magazine so that you never need to visit a newsagent ever again to look for it. But is push technology all it's made out to be More importantly, is it technology for...
The World Wide Web Consortium W3C has published public draft proposals for HTML 4.0. While the W3C does stress that at the moment they are only draft proposals, it also expects that after a period of public and Member review, the HTML 4.0 specification will be endorsed as a new W3C Recommendation.
AOL buys CompuServe. In the battle of the giants, one had to fall CompuServe is under new management. Its information service has been acquired by AOL and its network by US Internet access provider WorldCom.
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