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Nov 95 URLs
Volume Number:11
Issue Number:11
Column Tag:Uniform Resource Locators

Uniform Resource Locators

By Jim Straus, URLs@mactech.com

Spare your fingers and find this column online at:

http://www.mactech.com/URLs.html

Also, for a limited time, you can send mail to: MacTech-URLs@class.com and you’ll receive the latest list back.

Latest Updates

Internet Related

List of Mac Mailing Lists http://www.macfaq.com/mailinglists.html

New Technologies

Open Transport and PCI http://pilot.njin.net/~msproul/

Other Programmer Resources

Fortran to C converter ftp://alumni.caltech.edu/pub/Mac_F2C/

Grant’s CGI framework in C

http://arpp1.carleton.ca/grant/mac/grantscgi/

MacHack http://www.machack.com/

Parse CGI OSAX http://marquis.tiac.net/software/home.html

PreFab Software http://www.tiac.net/prefab/

Vendors, Products and Miscellaneous

Absoft http://www.absoft.com/

MacHax Group http://www.hax.com/hax.html

Celestin http://www.celestin.com/

LPA Prolog http://www.lpa.co.uk/

MacMagazine http://oeonline.com:80/~tomk/MacMagazine/

MacNet Journal http://www.dgr.com/web_mnj/

MacWeek http://www.zdnet.com/~macweek/

The Ultimate Mac http://www.freepress.com/myee/ultimate_mac.html

VIDI http://erehwon.caltech.edu/vidi/vidi-homepage.html

Internet

Mailing lists are one of the more popular ways of distributing information on the Internet. They can reach a wider audience than news groups or the world wide web, be more selective in their distribution, and reach their readers in a more timely fashion. The Well Connected Mac has a list of over 150 Macintosh specific mailing lists that cover a large range of topics. You can subscribe to as many as your patience and mailbox will allow.

List of Macintosh Mailing Lists http://www.macfaq.com/mailinglists.html

Macintosh

There are several on-line magazines for the Macintosh community (besides MacTech, of course). You probably already know about MacWeek, but did you know that it is available on-line? In case you don’t know about MacWeek, it is a weekly magazine that was often referred to as the way that one hand at Apple knows what the other hand was doing, and there is some truth to the joke. You can find it at:
MacWeek http://www.zdnet.com/~macweek/

Another new on-line publication is MacMagazine. It’s first issue is September (when I’m writing this column), and the first issue has several good articles. I hope that by the time you read this it will have developed and the content will be even better. Check it out for yourself at:
MacMagazine http://oeonline.com:80/~tomk/MacMagazine/

A site that has been around for a while but is a good site to check out, is the ULTIMATE Macintosh. This site has links to tons of stuff. A good place from which to branch out into the Macintosh universe on the Internet. Branch out from:
The Ultimate Mac
http://www.freepress.com/myee/ultimate_mac.html

Neat Non-Macintosh Sites of the Month

Keeping with the theme of electronic magazines, I would like to draw your attention to The Feed. It is a fully electronic magazine (no print counter-part) and is a view of what interactive publishing could be like in the future. Some very notable people contribute to The Feed and you can interact with them through The Feed. It is a professional magazine, well layed out, and with good content. Highly recommended at:
The Feed http://www.emedia.net/feed/

For those of you not in the Silicon Valley, you might want to check out the San Jose Mercury News. This is an on-line version a newspaper that covers the Silicon Valley. These are the same people that bring you Mercury Center on America On-line. The top stories and index are free, but there is a subscription charge to see everything (though it is a lot less than subscribing to the paper itself). They also have a service called NewsHound that can automatically scan the news for key words and send you the articles. A start at agent technology. Read the paper at:
Mercury Center http://www.sjmercury.com/

Well, that’s it for this month. As aways, if you find something interesting, or have updates, send them to
URLs@MacTech.com

Thanks to, and many others for their contributions for their suggestions and pointers to new and old sites. Apologies to Jon Pugh for misspelling his name in the September issue!

Internet-Related Material

Apple-Internet mailing lists http://abs.apple.com/apple-internet/

Bolo http://bolo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/

Clay Basket http://www.hotwired.com/staff/userland/clay/

Consensus http://www.consensus.com:8300

CU-SeeMe http://www.jungle.com/msattler/sci-tech/comp/CU-SeeMe/

DigiCash http://www.digicash.com/ecash/ecash-home.html

ForeFront Group (GrabNet)http://www.ffg.com/

Info-Mac Searcher http://www.mid.net/INFO-MAC

Internet Config ftp://ftp.share.com/pub/internet-configuration/

InterNIC http://www.internic.net/

ISP FAQ http://www.amazing.com/internet/

ISDN page http://alumni.caltech.edu/~dank/isdn/

Peter Lewis http://www.share.com/peterlewis/

see also ftp://ftp.share.com/pub/peterlewis/

see also ftp://amug.org/pub/peterlewis

List of Mac Mailing Lists http://www.macfaq.com/mailinglists.html

Lycos (Index of the Internet http://www.lycos.com/

MacHTTP (see also WWW)

Mailing List http://www.biap.com/machttp/mailing_list.html

Registry

http://www.batnet.com/ape/machttp_talk/machttpservers.by.mac.html

Extending MacHTTP

http://www.uwtc.washington.edu/Computing/WWW/Lessons/START_HERE.html

MacWeb http://galaxy.einet.net/EINet/MacWeb/MacWebHome.html

Matthias Neeracher http://err.ethz.ch/members/neeri.html

MERIT Searcher http://pubweb.nexor.co.uk/public/mac/archive/welcome.htm

OpenTransport/TCP gopher://seeding.apple.com

Outland ftp://ftp.outland.com/

Portable Net. Graphics http://sunsite.unc.edu/~boutell/png.html

ScriptWeb http://www.gz.com/scriptweb/

Eric Scouten (TCP) http://www.metrowerks.com/tcpip/index.html

SGML, Info http://www.sil.org/sgml/sgml.html

C Parser ftp://ftp.jclark.com/pub/sgmls

C++ Parser ftp://ftp.jclark.com/pub/sp/

WWW, Jon W. Mac WWW Development Guide

http://www.uwtc.washington.edu/Computing/WWW/Mac/Directory.html

CGI demo/info http://charlotte.acns.nwu.edu/mailtools/

ftp://acns.nwu.edu/pub/jlnstuff/mailtools/

Intro. to WWW http://www.eit.com/web/www.guide/

Web66 http://web66.coled.umn.edu/

Non-Mac servers

http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Library/Status.html

Yahoo (Great index of the Internet) http://www.yahoo.com/

New Technologies

AOCE ftp://ftp.andrew.cmu.edu/pub/aoce/

http://www.contrib.andrew.cmu.edu/usr/jbbt/aoce/aoce.html

Apple, ftp ftp://ftp.info.apple.com

Web interface to ftp http://www.info.apple.com/cgi-bin/lister-pl

DTS http://www.info.apple.com/dev/dts.html

Tech Notes http://www.info.apple.com/dev/technotes/Main.html

see also http://www.austin.apple.com

Apple Guide http://www.guideworks.com/

Dylan http://www.cambridge.apple.com/

see also ftp://cambridge.apple.com/pub/dylan

see also http://legend.gwydion.cs.cmu.edu:8001/dylan

see also news:/comp.lang.dylan

Mailing list archive ftp://cambridge.apple.com/pub/dylan/mail-archive/

Marlais ftp://ftp.cis.ufl.edu:/pub/src/Marlais

http://www.cis.ufl.edu/~jnw/Marlais/

Mindy ftp://ftp.bdt.com//home/beard/Mindy-PPC.sit.bin

Kaleida http://www.kaleida.com/

OpenDoc/Bento/SOM http://www.cilabs.org/pub/cilabs/tech/

http://www.info.apple.com/dev/du/intro_to_opendoc/iod0_index.html

OpenDoc Part Ideas

http://www.eng.uci.edu/~sroussey/NetVision/software/od_parts/

OpenTransport/TCP gopher://seeding.apple.com

ftp://seeding.apple.com/ess/public/mactcp/MacTCP_Dev_Kit

Open Transport and PCI http://pilot.njin.net/~msproul/

PowerPC http://power.globalnews.com/

Quickdraw GX, Apple http://www.info.apple.com/gx/gx.html

Fanclub http://aah.residences.ulaval.ca/quickgx/quickgx.html

Lawrence D’Oliveiro http://www2.waikato.ac.nz/ldo/gx/index.html

Quicktime http://quicktime.apple.com/develop.html

see also http://www.info.apple.com/dev/devinfo/quicktime/quicktime.html

Taligent http://www.taligent.com/

Other Programmer Resources

4D http://www.netf.org/4d/4d.html

ACIUS ftp://ftp.dnai.com/pub/acius/

Ada ftp://ftp.seas.gwu.edu/pub/ada

Animation Class Library ftp://ftp.virtually.mcnet.ch/virtually/

Applescript ftp://gaea.kgs.ukans.edu/applescript

http://www.gz.com/scriptweb/

BMUG http://www.bmug.org/

Brian Bechtel http://www.info.apple.com/dev/geeks.html

Forth, MOPS,Yerk http://www.netaxs.com/~jayfar/mops.html

MOPS ftp: //taygeta.oc.nps.navy.mil/pub/Forth/Mops

Yerk ftp: //astro.uchicago.edu/pub/MAC/Yerk

Fortran to C converter ftp://alumni.caltech.edu/pub/Mac_F2C/

Free Development Systems Faq http://www.europa.com/~sf/fdsm.html

Get1Resource http://www.asel.udel.edu/~haynes/g1r.html

Grant’s CGI framework in C

http://arpp1.carleton.ca/grant/mac/grantscgi/

Robert Lentz

http://www.astro.nwu.edu/lentz/mac/programming/home-prog.html

Lisp, MCL http://www.digitool.com/

General http://www.cs.rochester.edu/u/miller/alu.html

MacHack http://www.machack.com/

MacTech http://www.mactech.com/

Matthias Neeracher http://err.ethz.ch/members/neeri.html

Matthew Xavier Mora http://xavier.sri.com/umpg/umpg.html

nick.c (good for beginning Macintosh programmers!)

http://www.pitt.edu/~nick/

Parse CGI OSAX http://marquis.tiac.net/software/home.html

François Pottier http://acacia.ens.fr:8080/home/pottier/index.html

also news://comp.sys.mac.digest

Digests archive ftp://ftp.dartmouth.edu/pub/csmp-digest

PreFab Software http://www.tiac.net/prefab/

Jon Pugh (AppleScript) ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/jo/jonpugh/homepage.html

http://www.infoworkshop.com/~jonpugh/default.html

Paul Robichaux http://www.fairgate.com/paul.shtml

Source code, Apple http://www.info.apple.com/dev/devinfo/macsourcecode.html

also Apple http://www.info.apple.com/dev/source/index.html

also UMich ftp://mac.archive.umich.edu/mac/development/source/

also M. Neeracher

ftp://ftp.switch.ch/software/mac/src/HTML/Welcome.html

Christopher Tate http://world.std.com/~ctate/mac.html

TCL ftp://daemon.ncsa.uiuc.edu/TCL/

see also http://rhino.harvard.edu/dan/TCLArchive.html

TopSoft http://www.topsoft.org/

XCMD Hideout

http://www.nmc.csulb.edu/brendon/xcmdhideout/xcmdhideout.html

Vendors, Products and Miscellaneous

Absoft http://www.absoft.com/

Aladdin HASP http://www.hasp.com

Aladdin Systems (Stuffit) http://www.aladdinsys.com/

Alpha (text editor) http://www.cs.umd.edu/~keleher/alpha.html

BBEdit http://www.tiac.net/biz/bbsw/

MacHax Group http://www.hax.com/

CastTech virtual castings http://www.castech.fi/

Celestin http://www.celestin.com/

Ceneca (PageMill) http://www.ceneca.com/

Chris W. Johnson http://gargravarr.cc.utexas.edu

CIL http://www.cilabs.org/

Cyno Technologies http://www.cyno.com/cyno

Digitool http://www.digitool.com/

Dilbert http://www.unitedmedia.com/comics/dilbert

DragInstall http://www.sauers.com/draginstall

Tom Engel http://gasnet.med.yale.edu/demos/Tom's_Macintosh_Page.html

Erogonomics Web http://tucker.mech.utah.edu/

EduPage newsletter mailto:listproc@educom.edu

in the body of the message put: subscribe edupage your name

Evatac (Preditor) http://www.access.digex.net/~evatac/

Graphical Business Interface http://www.gbi.com/

General Magic http://www.genmagic.com/

Global Village Communication http://www.globalvillage.com/

Iconix http://www.biap.com/Iconix/

Steve Jasik http://www.jasik.com/

Just Some Guy http://www.spies.com/greg/

Language Systems http://www.langsys.com/langsys

FTP site ftp://cais.com/pub/langsys

LPA Prolog http://www.lpa.co.uk/

MIND/MacDNS http://cybercronx.techwood.org

MacMagazine http://oeonline.com:80/~tomk/MacMagazine/

Macintosh Vendor Directory http://www.macfaq.com/vendor.html

MacLinQ http://www.wsmith.com/maclinq/

MacNet Journal http://www.dgr.com/web_mnj/

Mac Netswitch http://www.nd.edu/~dwalton1/

MacNosy ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/ma/macnosy

MacWeek http://www.zdnet.com/~macweek/

Metrowerks http://www.metrowerks.com/

Motorola http://www.mot.com/PowerPC

NaviSoft http://www.navisoft.com/index.htm

NeoLogic http://www.neologic.com/~neologic/

Newton Source http://www.newtonsource.com/

Newton http://newton.uiowa.edu/

PACE http://paceap.com/pace.html

Pictorius (Prograph) http://192.219.29.95/home.html

QKS/Smalltalk http://www.qks.com

QUED/M ftp://ftp.nisus-soft.com/pub/nisus

see also http://www.nisus-soft.com/~nisus

QuickCam

http://www.jungle.com/msattler/sci-tech/comp/hardware/quickcam.html

Rainbow Technologies http://www.rnbo.com

RTFM Productions http://rampages.onramp.net/~rtfm/

Semper Fi mailing list mailto:listproc@abs.apple.com

in the body of the message put: subscribe SEMPER.FI your name

StepUp Software http://rampages.onramp.net/~stepup/

Summit Software http://www.summsoft.com

Symantec http://www.symantec.com/

Tenon (MachTen Unix) http://www.tenon.com/

TidBITS newsletter http://www.dartmouth.edu/pages/TidBITS/TidBITS.html

see also news://comp.sys.mac.digest

to subscribe mailto:info@tidbits.com

Time Tracker http://www.maui.com/~billm

The Ultimate Mac

http://www.freepress.com/myee/ultimate_mac.html

UserLand AutoWeb http://www.hotwired.com/Staff/userland/

Verb Finder ftp://gaea.kgs.ukans.edu/frontier/oldstuff/VerbStack.sit.hqx

VIDI http://erehwon.caltech.edu/vidi/vidi-homepage.html

The Well Connected Mac http://www.macfaq.com/

Working Software http://www.webcom.com/~working/OEM.html

 

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