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- RealAudio: (http://www.RealAudio.com)
- Global Chat: ICB is an internet teleconferencing application which allows Internet users to communicate. #HTTP at/ %CHECKED 16-Jul-1996 #SUB-SUB-SECTION ICB = Internet Citizen's Band # Definition (http://icb.sjsu.edu/~kzin/icb.html)
- ICB FAQ: : mail email@example.com Body: "get icb-social ICB-FAQ"
Definition: Systems to present real-time sound broadcasts over the Internet.
- IW = Interactive Webbing
- CoCo: Collaborative Cork Board (http://ean-luc.ncsa.uiuc.edu/Codes/CoCoBoard/)
- Related Projects: some other WWW projects that let readers see feedback from others (http://union.ncsa.uiuc.edu/HyperNews/get/www/collab/conferencing.html)
- Ping: a global communication experiment in multimedia created by users (http://www.artcom.de/ping/mapper)
Definition: Interactive Webbing gives people a common space for network distributed multimedia writing.
- IRC = Internet Relay Chat
- IRC definition: Internet Relay Chat Protocol, by Oikarinen and Reed (ftp://nic.merit.edu/documents/rfc/rfc1459.txt)
- IRC Help: includes an overview, client/server pointers, and general information, including links to reference manuals; recommended (http://www.irchelp.org)
- IRC connections: tells you basics of IRC and sites available via telnet (http://www.nova.edu/Inter-Links/irc/connect.html)
- IRC discussion: an unmoderated Usenet discussion about IRC (news:alt.irc)
- IRC recovery: an umoderated Usenet discussion group about weaning oneself off of IRC (news:alt.irc.recovery)
Definition: IRC provides real-time, many-many text discussion divided into channels.
- ITR = Internet Talk Radio
- ITR FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions on ITR (Usenet FAQ) (ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/internet-talk-radio/)
- ITR FAQ via email: Frequently Asked Questions on ITR: mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- ITR ftp site: Internet Talk Radio information, including intro and FAQ (ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/talk-radio/)
- ITR Web: general information, and connections to broadcast archives (http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/radio/radio.html)
- ITR sites: a partial listing of places to download ITR information and broadcasts: mail email@example.com
- ITR discussion: an unmoderated Usenet discussion group about ITR (news:alt.internet.talk-radio)
Definition: ITR is an audio multicast on the Internet.
- lily information: site for lily information, includes documentation and source code (http://www.lily.org)
Definition: lily is a real-time text-based group conferencing system.
- MBONE Home Page: (http://www.eit.com/techinfo/mbone/mbone.html)
- Mbone FAQ (text): Virtual Internet Backbone for Multicast IP (ftp://venera.isi.edu/mbone/faq.txt)
- Mbone FAQ Web: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the Multicast Backbone (MBONE) (http://www.research.att.com/mbone-faq.html)
- Mbone Tools: lists suite of tools used with Mbone (http://www.eit.com/techinfo/mbone/mbone.html)
- Mbone Intro: (http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/mice/mbone_review.html)
Definition: Mbone is a live audio and video multicast virtual network on top of Internet.
- USENET Info Center: a one-stop, comprehensive source of information about Usenet, including help files, browsing and searching tools, FAQs, and other Usenet indexes and Services (http://sunsite.unc.edu/usenet-i/)
- USENET FAQs: collection of frequently answer questions and answers about Usenet (ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.announce.newusers/)
- NNTP: Network News Transfer Protocol, by Kantor and Lapsley (February 1986) (ftp://nic.merit.edu/documents/rfc/rfc0977.txt)
- Usenet FAQs/rtfm: news.groups FAQ directory (ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.groups/)
- Usenet FAQs/hyper: a hypertext list of all USENET FAQs found in news.answers (http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/FAQ-List.html)
- Usent FAQ search: (http://www.zerosix.nl/cgi-bin/faq)
- Usenet filter: personalized netnews delivery service (http://woodstock.stanford.edu:2000)
- Usenet filter: personalized netnews delivery service: mail firstname.lastname@example.org Body: "help"
- Usenet post via email: post to newsgroup via email: mail email@example.com Subject: Your Subject Body: "Your Contents"
- Usenet via WWW: access newsgroups via WWW (http://www.w3.org/hypertext/DataSources/News/Groups/Overview.html)
- Usenet connections: publicly accessible news servers, including gopher access to Usenet, by Arnold Lesikar (list removed; however, instructions are given on how to locate these) (gopher://tigger.stcloud.msus.edu:79/0lesikar)
- Usenet periodics: list of Usenet periodic postings (gopher://stavanger.sgp.slb.com:79/0nichol)
- Usenet posters: find when and from what host person with name FIRST LAST posted to Usenet: mail mail-server@rtfm.MIT.EDU Body: "send usenet-addresses/FIRST LAST"
- Discussion Beginners: for people new to USENET (news:news.announce.newusers)
- Discussion humor: an unmoderated Usenet discussion group about humorous Usenet posts (news:alt.humor.best-of-usenet)
- Discussion culture: an unmoderated Usenet discussion group about Usenet practices, people, issues (news:alt.culture.usenet)
- Usenet reader: nn, xrn)mand for hosts with newsreader, rn (other readers: unix rn newsgroup-name
Definition: USENET provides asynchronous text discussion on many topics separated into newsgroups.