Corrections/Modifications to Learning to Use the
World Wide Web, ISBN 1-887902-28-7 Netscape 4 Edition, Ernest
Ackermann. Published by Franklin, Beedle & Associates
Suggest modifications or corrections
Page 31. Exercise 9. Change the name of the
hyperlink from About the World Wide Web and the Web Community
to About the Web .
Page 31. Exercise 11. Replace with:
11. Go to the World Wide Web Virtual Library using
the URL http://www.vlib.org. Click on the hyperlink Humanities and
then follow the link titled Archaeology. Describe what you find.
Page 62. Under the WWW it ought to read
Suppose that while you’re
browsing the Virtual Library, you select the category Humanities, then
Archaeology and then you come upon the Web page ArchNet - Museums on
http://archnet.uconn.edu/museums , as shown in Figure 2.16.
Figure 2.16 ought to be labeled as Archnet - Museums on the Web
Page 72, Exercise 5. The URL ought to be changed to http://www.island.net/help/faq/www_faq
The URL for Lycos Top 5% should be http://lycos.point.com
Exercise 9, part d. The third name ought to be Ingrid Zukerman.
culine isn't around anymore so replace that exercise with 3. You can use Telnet to get weather reports for cities in the U.S. and weather information about cities in other coun-tries. Use the URL telnet://cirrus.sprl.umich.edu:3000 to start a Telnet session with the Weather underground at the University of Michigan. When you first contact the site, pressing Enter displays a full menu of options and keying in a three-letter city code displays the forecast for that city. a. The code for Dodge City, Kansas, is DDC. What's the forecast for Dodge City? b. What's the forecast for Orlando, Florida? c. What information does the Weather underground offer about cities in Central and South America?
Page 360. An introduction to Java applets may be found at "The WDVL: Introducing Java(TM) - Your First Applet", http://wdvl.internet.com/Authoring/Java/Intro/, by Diana Luckevich for the Web Developer's Virtual Library.
Page 379. THE JDK, Java Development Kit, is
available form Sun through the URL
The URL in Step 3. ought to also be http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/
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