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1Raeder, A.: Web resources for finding people.
In: Searcher. 5(1997) no.8, S.8-14.
Abstract: Describes Internet directories that provide people look-up, either by last name, email domain, or address. Covers USA and some overseas directories. The directories try to respect individual privacy and prevent unsolicited telemarketing. They are free, but carry advertising. Some sites offer added look up directories and free e-mail. Lists sites current as July 1997, giving meta sites, e.g. http://www.555-1212.com; mega-sized directories, e.g. http://www.database.america.com; international people directories; e.g. http://www.whitepages.com.au; and specialized look-up files; e.g. http://www.ancestry.com
Themenfeld: Internet ; Informationsmittel
2Raeder, A.: People locators on the Web : finding and being found.
In: Searcher. 4(1996) no.3, S.48-50.
Abstract: There are a growing number of services available on the WWW for finding people. Explains how the data is gathered, discusses privacy issues and describes the sort of searches that can be carried out. Describes a number of prople locators: Four11, LookUp, OKRA's Net Citizen Directory, World Email Directory, Phone Find, Netfriends, and Find People Fast
Objekt: Four11 ; LookUp ; OKRA's Net Citizen Directory ; World Email Directory ; Phone Find ; Netfriends ; Find People Fast
3Raeder, A.: All aboard for Mosaic.
In: Searcher. 3(1995) no.2, S.18-23.
Abstract: Discusses graphic user interfaces for browsing the Internet's WWW network, focusing on Mosaic like software. Traces the development of Mosaic. Introduces the home page, the WWW, and HTML. Details experiences of installing and using Spry Corporation's Internet-in-a-Bos system to connect to the Internet. This uses a commercialized version of the original Mosaic interface, AIR Mosaic. Looks at advantages of using the WWW over gophers, and details how to access the WWW without a Mosaic like interface. Outline possible future developments
Objekt: WWW ; Mosaic
4Raeder, A.: Finding Web sites.
In: Searcher. 3(1995) no.3, S.16-18.
Abstract: WWW sites provide graphical hyperlinked views of Internet information. Reviews selected sites that offer access to the Internet. Discusses the services offered by O'Reilly and Associates Inc Whole Internet Guide; Webcrawler from Washington University; Yahoo's Guide to WWW; Library of Congress' Global Electronic Library; The Internet Scout Report; Commerce Net; Commercial Yellow pages; the Virtual Tourist; Geographic Directory of WWW servers; and the Hot, Hot List
Themenfeld: Suchmaschinen ; Informationsmittel
Objekt: WevCrawler ; Yahoo ; WWW
5Raeder, A.: Cataloguing the Web.
In: Searcher. 3(1995) no.7, S.12-19.
Abstract: Lists and describes sites that attempt to aid Internet searchers by helping them locate sites, files or information. Gives an overview of the methods used. Covers the following sides: Aliweb, ArchiPlex Archie Gateway, CUI W3, Clearing House for Subject Oriented Internet Resource Guide, InfoSeek, JumpStation, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories List of Lists, Lycos WWW Search Engine, Mother of all BBSs, NIKOS, Plant Earth Home Page, Standford Newnews Filtering Service, WWW Home Page Harvest Browser, WWW virtual Library, WWW Wanderer Index, WWW Worm, Web Crawler, Whole Internet Catalog, and Yahoo Index to the Internet
Objekt: Aliweb ; ArchiPlex ; CUI W3 ; InfoSeek ; JumpStation ; Lycos ; WWW Worm ; WebCrawler ; Yahoo
6Raeder, A.: Gophering through GopherSpace.
In: Searcher. 2(1994) no.5, S.44-48.
Abstract: Gopher is a menu interface to facilitate access to resources on the Internet network. Details what Gopher do, what services are available on them, how to find oput whether a gopher is available on a system, how to access a gopher, downoalding using a gopher, how to move to a file through gopher submenues, how to search for specific information, how to still use a gopher if one is not provided by the Internet access provider, setting up a gopher, graphical gophers and possible future developments
7Raeder, A.: Library Master for databases and bibliographies.
In: Database. 14(1991) no.5, S.67-72.
Abstract: Describes the facilities provided by Library Master version 1.2 software for handling personal databases of retrieval bibliographic citations and for generating indexed and processed bibliographies. Library Master is designed to allow records to be downloaded from online databases or online catalogues and the resulting collection may be converted into a separate, specialised online or CD-ROM database. A local area network (LAN) version of Library Master is in process of development
Objekt: Library Master