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To those interested, I just got hold of a few WWW mailing list addresses, as
Send email to
listserv -at- info -dot- cern -dot- ch
In the body of the message, put
subscribe list-name your-name
sugbscribe www-announce "Gwen Gall"
There are some http sites, too. I got these addresses from the new O'Reilly
book "Mosaic for Windows", which I heartily recommend. Comes with GNN software
and enhanced NCSA Mosaic. Great book.
For those interested, there is also investigation going on about the Virtual
Reality Markup Language, to "create a non-proprietary, platform-independent
language, much like HTML, that would allow authors to create virtual reality
'scenes'. Users of virtual reality servers would be able to walk around a space
and push open doors to other parts of the Web. While, as of this writing, VRML
is still very much in the 'talking about' phase, there is a working
You can subscribe to the www-vrml mailing list by sending email to
majordomo -at- wired -dot- com
with the following in the body:
subscribe www-vrml your-email-address
Gwen (Back to work now)
(ggall -at- ca -dot- oracle -dot- com)