A new mail server for the World Wide Web is now online at CURIA in Ireland.
Information on the Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering (ICASE) at NASA Langley Research Center is now online. (See also the LARC home page.)
A Web server is now up and running at the Iowa State University Department of Computer Science. This server provides information about the Department of Computer Science at ISU, the graduate program, access to technical reports, and a small archive of information about John Vincent Atanasoff. Also see information on the Iowa State University Computation Center.
A Web server is up at the Kansas State University Department of Computing and Information Sciences.
A new Web server is up at the Canadian Astronomy Data Centre. It includes information on the Hubble Space Telescope, the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope, and more.
A new Web server is up at the Space Telescope European Coordinating Facility.
A Web server is running at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.
An actual live Web-based interface into the PALS library catalog system at St. Olaf Collage is now here; this is a great prototype for interfacing Mosaic/Web clients into existing library database systems.
A hypermedia floorplan for the Institute for Theoretical Physics -- SUNY Stony Brook building is here -- click on an office to bring up the occupant's "hyper-plan" (or "hyplan") -- this is slick.
The "EXPO" is now open; see here. The EXPO is intended to be a central site for hypermedia exhibits; current exhibits include the various Library of Congress exhibits in hypermedia form, including the newly hypermedia-ized 1492: An Ongoing Voyage and Scrolls from the Dead Sea: The Ancient Library of Qumran and Modern Scholarship exhibits. Also see the wonderful terrain map. Check 'em out!
New hypermedia information on the National Center for Supercomputing Applications is here.
A status page for Mosaic for Microsoft Windows is now here.
Feeling burned out? See here.
A hypermedia version of "Rules of Professional Conduct Governing Lawyers" for a typical state (Idaho) is being served by Cornell; go here. Also, the "Interim Report of the University of Dayton School of Law Mead Data Central Joint Committee to Study Computer Technology in Legal Education" is here.
A static hypermedia document demonstrating the features of a gateway between the Web and the PALS library catalog system used by St. Olaf College is here.
An in-progress new Mosaic demo page (or "guided tour") is here. I'm still working on it but feel free to look at it as it evolves.
Ever want to learn all about New Zealand? Go here. An illustrated tour of the country is here.
A Mystery Science Theatre 3000 Web server is now up here.
An interesting overview of articles relating to electronic distribution of journals is here.
An Emacs lisp package that can be used to drive Mosaic's remote control feature is here. (Note that the latest html-mode.el uses the remote control feature also.)
Hypertext'd man pages for BSDI Unix are here.
The Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service in Australia is developing a Web server.
The Australian National Bonatic Gardens Web server continues to evolve in new and wonderful directions.
A preliminary version of a document entitled "Starting Points for Internet Exploration", intended to serve as a replacement for the Mosaic 1.x Documents menu for Mosaic 2.0, is here.
A new version of Bill Perry's Emacs WWW mode has been announced; see here for info.
A new version of Rik Harris's man to HTML converter is here.
The RIPE Network Coordination Centre in Amsterdam is running a Web server.
A hypermedia exhibit of Amiga-generated art (images and movies) is now online as part of Michael Witbrock's Amiga page.
The European X User Group (EXUG) now has its own WWW server up and running here; you can find information on:
Information on an interesting LaTeX to HTML converter is here.
Information on the tools Ohio State is using to create and maintain their server is here.
Another newly formatted book, "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", is now online here.
A formatted version of Stephen Crane's The Red Badge of Courage is now online. If you like seeing formatted versions of these types of texts online in the Web, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org telling him so.
New Internet Talk Radio programs being served from the NCSA Web server include Dr. Robert Sheets on hurricanes, L. Stuart Vance on TCP/IP, Jose Carreras on his fight against leukemia, and (a very good one, in which she absolutely excoriates the press) Janet Reno on life as Attorney General.
The MIT AI lab has a Web server here. Included is information on library catalogs and information, computing resources, lots of TeXinfo pages, fun stuff in Boston, and more.
The Army Research Laboratory's Web server continues to improve. Lots of new information is online. See also the Advanced Computing Division home page for information that was previously at the top level of the server.
Steve Putz of Xerox PARC has digitized photos taken at the WWW Developer's Conference last week and placed them online here. (If you're wondering why Marc's face isn't up there, it's because his photo is already available online here.)
UCB has announced the 1.0 release of its MPEG encoder (yup, encoder); see here for the announcement. This encoder allows a series of PPM-format images to be converted to an MPEG file, and as such should be very useful to lots of hypermedia hackers out there.
Mosaic 2.0 prerelease 1 is available here; information on the status of the prerelease is here.
An online guide to the Michigan Festival, a folklife/concert series starting August 6, is now online here. Learn interesting things about Arlo Guthrie, Terence Simien, and others.
An automatically maintained archive of Internet Talk Radio programs is here (courtesy NRL). This likely supersedes the NCSA archive.
Activity reports for the NCSA Web server are now online here.
A page displaying the Gopher bitmaps that will likely be used in the 2.0 release of Mosaic are here (courtesy Kevin Hughes of HCC).