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- BotSpot: The Spot for all Bots on the Net including 13 searchable bot classification databases, FAQ's, Articles, Conferences, New Bots, Add a Bot, CommerceBots, NewsBots, SearchBots and more. Visit BotSpot of the Week awarded by Team BotSpot (http://www.botspot.com)
- Browserwatch: this is it--this is where you can get the latest on WWW browsers; includes news and rumors, information about plug-ins, statistics, as well as a long list of browser, organized by the platforms they support, with links to the support sites for each browser (http://www.browserwatch.com)
- CU-SeeMe: home page of the real-time, multiparty video-conferencing system for the Internet; by the CU-SeeMe Development Team of the Advanced Technologies and Planning group of the Network Resources division of Cornell Information Technologies in cooperation with the members of the CU-SeeMe Consortium (http://cu-seeme.cornell.edu)
- WWW FAQ/Boutell: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) list and answers about the Web--covers user, provider, and general information, maintained by Thomas Boutell (http://www.boutell.com/faq/)
- WWW Sites (Virtual Tourist): a geographic map to aid in locating Web sites and other resources (http://www.vtourist.com/webmap/)
- Web Development: a summary of a methodology for developing a web--includes planning, analysis, design, implementation, and development; The philosophy behind this presentation is that Web development should involve more than just knowledge of HTML implementation or page layout. Instead, developers can use a set of processes to take advantage of--and work with--the unique qualities and characteristics of the World Wide Web using a variety of skills. (http://www.december.com/web/develop.html)
- webreference.com: a well organized directory of information about web development, including reference lists as well as original articles and commentary (http://www.webreference.com)