- This thinking could be a false economy; desktop laser printing is expensive, and online viewing might pay for the cost of a viewer.
- "E-mail Withdrawal Prompts Spasm," Science, Vol 262, 8 October 1993.
- The Gopher server is located at
info.lib.uh.edu (port 70; selector: 1/articles/e-journals/uhlibrary
- Harnad, S. (1990) Scholarly Skywriting and the Prepublication Continuum of Scientific Inquiry. Psychological Science 1: 342-343
- Their Gopher server is located at
(port 70, null selector).
(port 70) and select the title MIT Press.
- However, Mr. King has offered a short story freely on the Internet.
- 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 http://www.mtv.com.
- 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.
- For information, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 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.
- 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.
- The latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style includes guidelines for citiing online materials. Some guidelines for electronic citation also appear in
- Brewster Kahle, Wide Are Information Server Concepts, Version 4, Draft, 11/3/89 (from
- 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 etext.lib.virginia.edu, or point your Gopher client
(port 70) and look under Electronic Text Center.