1. This thinking could be a false economy; desktop laser printing is expensive, and online viewing might pay for the cost of a viewer.
  2. "E-mail Withdrawal Prompts Spasm," Science, Vol 262, 8 October 1993.
  3. The Gopher server is located at (port 70; selector: 1/articles/e-journals/uhlibrary
  4. Harnad, S. (1990) Scholarly Skywriting and the Prepublication Continuum of Scientific Inquiry. Psychological Science 1: 342-343
  5. Their Gopher server is located at (port 70, null selector).
  6. Visit (port 70) and select the title MIT Press.
  7. However, Mr. King has offered a short story freely on the Internet.
  8. However, Music Televisions Adam Curry has established a World-Wide Web service, and has obtained permission from certain artists for Internet delivery of samples of their works. Point your Web client at
  9. Franks, John, "The Impact of Electronic Publication on Scholarly Journals," Notices of the American Mathematical Society, Volume 40, Number 9, November 1993, pp. 1200-1202.
  10. For information, send e-mail to
  11. The term "archivist" has a special meaning in library circles, with implications as to whether individual items are cataloged and how frequently they are accessed; here we use the term loosely to refer to the maintainer of an online archive, or repository, of digital documents.
  12. An excellent overview of digital protection technologies is: Graham, Peter S.:"Intellectual Preservation in the Electronic Environment," Proceedings of the 1992 Association for Library Collections and Technical Services, American Library Association Annual Conference, Arnold Hirshon, ed.
  13. The latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style includes guidelines for citiing online materials. Some guidelines for electronic citation also appear in
  14. Brewster Kahle, Wide Are Information Server Concepts, Version 4, Draft, 11/3/89 (from
  15. Due to software licensing restrictions, access to the complete services of the Virginia center are limited to on-campus users. For more information, Telnet to, or point your Gopher client at (port 70) and look under Electronic Text Center.