Principia Cybernetica has announced a Web server. The server is running on a Mac. For an overview of the Principa Cybernetica project, see here.
The U.S. Geological Survey is now running a Web server. Included is information on the Geologic Division of USGS and more.
An experimental Web server for NASA Langley Research Center is running. See an introductory fact sheet, an interface to LaRC's technical library, and more.
Simon Gibbs at Centre Universitaire d'Informatique, University of Geneva is making available a hypermedia interface to the CROSSWIRE image collection. CROSSWIRE is a collaborative art project run by the OTIS digital net-gallery, located here.
Universität Passau in Germany is now running a Web server. All text is in German (an interesting change of pace!). See information on the "WWW in Passau" project and more.
Sandia National Laboratories has introduced a public Web server. Included is information on the Massively Parallel Computing Research Laboratory and the Technology Information Environment for Industry program.
The prototype NCSA digital image library just got a little more interesting with the addition of audio clips and, in one case, an example of referencing an actual paper from the library. (Again, don't bother with the WAIS server yet.)
The new home page for the National Metacenter for Computational Science and Engineering is here.
UIUC Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology (home to a large part of NCSA) is now running a Web server. See also information on the Beckman Visualization Facility.
For a WWW interface to NAG (Numerical Algorithms Group) and IRIS Explorer Center information, see here. (Seems to be behind a slow network link from the US, so be patient...)
Cornell Law School is now serving an example version of the NASDAQ Financial Executive Journal via the Web. See here for the toplevel interface, here for the cover art, here for an interview with William S. Lerach, a Partner in Milberg, Weiss, Bershad, Hynes & Lerach, etc.
The St. Olaf College Web server has WWW versions of the US State Department Travel Advisories and Consular Information Sheets.
The University of Nottingham is running a Web server. A listing of services offered is here; information on the Communications Research Group and UK independent and alternative music is available.
A big list of CS technical report archive sites is here. (It's in Australia and behind a very slow network link, so don't pull it over too often.)
Information on a new RTF to HTML converter is here.
Luleĺ Tekniska Högskolas Datorförening in Sweden is now running a Web server (bonus! also in Svensk).
How are Gopher, Z39.50/WAIS, and the World Wide Web doing in terms of byte traffic across the US NSFnet? PostScript plots for 1993 to date are available: here for normal scale and here for log scale. (The raw data is here.)
Here's something that absolutely does not get the attention it deserves: Richard Stallman singing the Free Software Song.
Also, the HCC Network Services List keeps growing and growing and growing.
Michael Witbrock at CMU has made available a document containing Amiga information.
The latest HTML+ spec is here (the SGML DTD) and here (the PostScript guide, which Ghostview can't handle, so you may want to exercise Binary Transfer Mode for this one).
Rob's Multimedia Lab (courtesy Rob Malick at NIH) is open for business.
A most excellent collection of fiction adapted especially for WWW is here, courtesy Robert Stockton at CMU. Another interesting document, pointing to hypertext'd Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass, is here (in Indiana). Also see the Online Books FAQ.
Information on the Pittsburgh Free-Net and other public networking initiatives is here. Information on Internet Accessible Coke Machines (a cutting edge technology) is here.
The US Army Corps of Engineers' Construction Engineering Research Laboratories (USA/CERL) is now running a Web server. Some researchers have hypertext "plans"; there is also information on CERL and information on GRASS (Geographic Resources Analysis Support System).
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center's WWW server is now online.
The San Diego Supercomputing Center is now running a WWW server.
New Archie gateway software that works on top of Plexus, called ArchiePlex, is here.
Some information on how to create MPEG movies is here.
Information supplied by Tony Sanders and Ian Feldman on the simple formatting language setext is here. The latest Plexus HTTP server does runtime translation of setext documents into HTML; this may be of interest to people who don't want to deal with HTML/SGML but still want to do basic formatted text and hyperlinks.
An up-to-date list of registered MIME types is here.
The UCLA Computer Aided Design Laboratory is now running a Web server. See UCLA information, a campus map, and more.
Michigan State University is online with a Web server; there is also a home page for the MSU Unix Computing Group here.
Matthew Gray at MIT has online a very thorough listing of all known Web servers, produced by the World Wide Web Wanderer -- a Perl robot that traverses the Web from an info.cern.ch starting point.
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