The Army Research Laboratory is now running a Web server. Included is information on the ARL Scientific Visualization effort, a picture of the arrival of a KSR-1 supercomputer at ARL, and more.
Information on the Front Range Consortium is now online -- here's their Web server. Members of the Front Range Consortium include CAPP, NCAR/SCD, and NOAA/FSL.
The Navy Research Laboratory Advanced Concepts Group is now online.
HyTelnet 6.5 is now online; see here.
If you haven't tried it yet, take a look at the Web server running inside JaysHouseMOO. See particularly the object browser. (For those unfamiliar with the term, a MOO is a "consensual text-based virtual reality", aka MUD or Multi-User Dungeon, wherein people interact with one other in a computer-enabled world. Since these systems commonly feature rich and extensible programming environments, it is possible to build Web, Gopher, and other servers (and clients!) directly into the online virtual world. Another example of this is the Gopher server running inside the Actuator MUD; more examples are here.)
Carnegie Mellon has announced their Web server; here's the "Front Door"; here's the home page. ("Front door"... interesting metaphor, that.) Interesting things on their server include a hypermedia CMU technical reports archive, an index of online reference works, an index of online journals, some personal home pages, and more. Also, they're keeping us Mosaic developers in line with their own internal list of Mosaic bugs. (Bugs? Us?)
The Usenet University -- New Network Academy announces the beta test opening of its new Web server. This server includes a database of consultants willing to answer questions via email, a meta-library of Internet resources, and information on the UU-NNA virtual campus.
Also, anyone who is using Mosaic in a real world project (education, research, commercial, etc.) is encouraged to drop us a line at [email protected]; details on how people are really using our software help us immensely, especially when it comes time to go for funding to let us build more and better software for you to use. Thanks in advance!
A discussion of some design issues in group/community annotation systems, including the collision of WWW annotation systems and news, is now here; currently there are discussions of a Usenet approach to global annotations, and notification methods for tracking annotation activity.
Beta version 0.4 of Cello, a Microsoft Windows WWW client from Tom Bruce at Cornell, and also beta version 0.55 of Bill Perry's Emacs WWW browser, have been released.
CNIDR (the Clearinghouse for Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval) now has a Web server (as well as a Gopher server and a WAIS directory of servers).
Another interesting new server is up at the Superconducting Super Collider; it has information on topics like the Solenoidal Detector Collaboration project.
Frederick G.M. Roeber at CERN is maintaining and enhancing a central index of space science information.
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