Old "Interesting Documents" List
You most likely want to read
the stuff.mit.edu content page instead.
Older and Possibly Obsolete Information Follows
This is the "Interesting Documents" page that was linked from the
www.mit.edu home page up until October 1997. There's no longer a
link to this page from www.mit.edu, but we're leaving this page
in place because we know there are links to it elsewhere. Please
don't bother to tell us about broken links from this page, unless
of course they're also broken on our
new content page.
- We finally made documents on the
- Notes from the SIPB's IAP java class.
- The MIT FL&L
Foreign News and Magazines Page contains over 300 links to news
sources in 8 foreign languages.
- If you're a member of the MIT community, you should read André
assessment for the MIT Card.
- The Web Consortium Home Page, in some
ways the `home' of the Web. This site provides documents formerly
available from CERN's web site, info.cern.ch
- Growth of the Web: data collected by Matthew's World Wide Web
HTML Primer, from NCSA.
- www.mit.edu's greatest
hits. Not updated yet, sorry.
- Matthew's list of Cool Stuff on the
- Scott Yanoff's
list of services on the internet.
- A collection of writings and resources on women in computer science
and engineering, women on the Net, women's studies, etc.
- The EINet Galaxy is a
good searchable index of lots of useful information available on the
- Another project to provide indexes of useful informaion available on the
Web is ALIWEB, an
`Archie-Like Indexing for the WEB'.
- A list of universities on the
Web maintained by Christina DeMello.
- A list of commercial
services available on the Web has moved here.
- Ellen Spertus' Nonprofit
Organizations on the Internet
- The NCSA Mosaic
Home Page, Demo
Document, and What's
- The Chimera Home Page.
- The Arena
- The Lynx Homepage
- Edupage, a column
on information technology provided by a consortium of leading colleges
- SIPB documents, for
learning about everything from AFS, to Linux, to Zephyr, to SIPB itself.
- The Tour
Page, from the webmasters' BCS presentation. Useful technical
- The World Wide Web for Dummies.
If you're new to the WWW, or don't know a server from a client, drop by!
- Useful info for Cambridge people:
- Companies started by MIT people. The list
is too short, so if you are MIT-community and own a company, submit the