Computer lab unofficial,
alternative home page. The World Wide
Web Worm, and CUI's W3
Catalogue. Stephen Early
(termtime only). Liz Keogh. Jon Knight or Jon
Knight. The owner of the latter has posted the former - don't ask
me why. Liberal
Democrats. A list of
the party makeup of all the local councils (after the May 1995
election). A briefing about
Justice and Public Order Bill (now an Act), which I strongly
oppose. Info on Clipper and
Skipjack. The 1984 NSA
about and from the U.S. Government. Cambridge
Students in WebWorld.
Joel Furr's NetStuff
page (t-shirts, &c). ErgoWeb, which contains
information about ergonomics standards, studies, practices and so on.
Special Effects page. Arts Cinema listings.
Mass in Cambridge - direct action to support the use of bicycles
over cars. The (rather out of date) Cambridge CS
mail policy leaflet. The Economist's article about the
Internet - surprisingly accurate and balanced for coverage in the
mainstream media ! HTML level
2. How to quote your finger information as a URL - a
those of you who don't know how to view the source in your browser.)
Information about Linux's forthcoming change to
the ELF binary format. The Tix Project.
The current CUSFS
Missive. A silly opinion
code converter for a `proposed great-gender/sexism-debate
numbering system' by Dan Sheppard (
pages - no access to you, sorry ! USENET.
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