John December (john@december.com) publishes several widely used and frequently accessed World Wide Web-based documents and publications about the Internet and the Web. An experienced Internet trainer, teacher, software developer, and author, he holds an M.S. in Computer Science and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing and is a PhD Candidate in Communication and Rhetoric at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is co-author of The World Wide Web Unleashed and author of Presenting Java. (Part I, "Introduction to Web Systems and Applications;" Part II, "Web Development Processes;" Part III, "Web Implementation and Tools;" Introduction; Appendices).

Mark Ginsburg (mark@edgar.stern.nyu.edu) is a doctoral student in the Information Systems Department, Stern School of Business, New York University. He has a B.A. from Princeton University and an M.A. from Columbia University and was a Stern Scholar in the Statistics and Operations Research Department while earning an M.B.A. at NYU. He is reponsible for the daily operations of NYU's EDGAR Web server and is interested in a number of Internet issues including evolution of standards, collaborative software, and the economics of interoperability. He is also interested in network approaches to clearance and settlement of financial instruments. (Part IV, "Gateway Programming")

And others. HTML & CGI Unleashed includes several contributed chapters written by experts in key World Wide Web fields, including:

  • Kelly Black (black@vidalia.unh.edu) is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University of New Hampshire. ("A Graphical Web Page Counter")
  • Dr. Les Cottrell (cottrell@slac.stanford.edu) is the Assistant Director of the Computing Services group at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) in California. ("Writing CGI Scripts in REXX")
  • **new** Daniel J. Murphy, PhD is Assistant Professor of Technical Communication at the State University of New York (SUNY) Institute of Technology in Utica, New York and principal in CMS Group, LLC. He wrote "Creating and Managing Dynamic Web Sites: Differentiating Data from Display" with David A. Coker, Ph.D., an assistant professor of Mathematics and Physics at the SUNY Institute of Technology and software developer for the CMS Group, and Steven M. Schneider, strategic policy analyst for the CMS Group and Ph.D. candidate in Political Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • Gerald Oskoboiny (gerald@impressive.net) is an independent Web consultant in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. ("A Hypertext News Interface")
  • Carlos A. Pero (carlosp@ravenna.com) is Vice President of Technology at Ravenna Communications Corporation. ("A Web Coloring Book")
  • Michael D. Perry (wisdom@wisdom.com) is President of Progressive Computer Serices, Inc., a commercial software publishing company in New Orleans and runs Survey-Net. ("C-Based Gateway Scripting")
  • Adrian Scott, PhD (scotta@rpi.edu) is the founder of Scott Virtual Theme Parks, one of the premier VRML content companies and an Internet Specialist at Hewlett-Packard. ("VRML on the Web")
  • Kaitlin Duck Sherwood (ducky@webfoot.com) is webmaster for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and developer of a number of Web resources. Her car lot site was named Best Amateur Site, Personal Finance Division in the 95 GNN Best of the Net awards. ("A Campus-Wide Information System")
  • Eric Tall (ebt@panix.com) develops systems at Hydra Information Technologies and The Lande Group. (Coauthored "Scripting for the Unknown: The Control of Chaos," and "Gateway Programming Language Options and a Server Modification Case Study")
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