Richard Wiggins manages the Central Systems Services group in the Computer Laboratory at Michigan State University. He coordinates the deployment of MSU's campus-wide information system (CWIS) using Gopher and World-Wide Web. He has been active in the Gopher and WWW communities since early 1992, and organized the first Gopher Workshop in August 1992. He began working with computer networks in 1979 as a consultant helping users of the Merit network. Previously he has contributed to a book on the VM/C MS operating system and to Computer Language magazine and the Internet Letter. He moderates the Usenet News group comp.infosystems.announce.
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Chapter 18: Electronic Publishing, Virtual Libraries, and the Internet via the Web
Chapter 23: Building a Campus-Wide Information Service via the Web
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