These links contain references to other sites of interest along your journey
to locating resources on the Net. You are encouraged to save these pages to
your disk and to reference them any time you need to find something on the
net -- the search resources provided here can prove invaluable in locating
information on the net.
This is a document with step-by-step instructions for configuring
Windows 95 Dial-Up Networking for use with Netcom NetCruiser accounts. Aside
from some specific numbers provided for Netcom customers, the instructions
are valid for most PPP-style Internet dialup accounts, so although the original
Necom outfit is no longer doing business as the same company, the information
provided here should be of some use to people looking for a step-by-step DUN
I've attempted to provide answers to a few of the things that newusers to
the Internet ask often. A URL is defined (and dissected), as are a number of
common terms. This also includes links to FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions
documents), netiquette documents, and other general interest Internet stuff.
This page contains many links to sites of interest to people using, or considering
using Adobe's photo-editing/paint program. All of the graphics used in this site,
as well as most of those truly astounding graphics you see out on the net
were created using this software.
This page includes links and reference information for a variety of utilities
which have been found to be extremely useful in conjunction with the Internet.
Some utilities actually have no direct relationship to Internet, and are
perfectly useful even for people not using the Internet. Encoders/Decoders,
Security, Compression, and Site Access limiting software are linked here.
Just a couple of really small utilities I wrote a long time ago for working
with text files - one for converting text files between DOS-UNIX-MAC linefeed
formats, and the other for concatenating files into one file, but with an FF
(formfeed) character embedded (or optionally, not).
If you spend much time under the hood of computers, you'll probably want to
check out these tidbits of information on how to decode drive information
using the model number code from major manufacturers. The information here
will be elaborated upon soon.