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DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-int-09

APPLE-3-WAP-int-09a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-int-09b.dsk [Catalog]APPLE II FAMLY INTERNET STARTER'S KIT Compiled by: David Ottalini             WAP /// SIG Co-Chairman             September/October 1995Welcome to the WAP Apple Family Internet Starter Kit!We've attempted to compile literally a ton of information for you about the Internet and how you can use it with your Appe II or /// computer.That's right - literally ALL Apple IIs - from the Plus on up to the GS andany version of the /// - can and do have the ability to surf the Internet.It's not as pretty as the Macs and PCs can do these days with their WebSurfers, etc. BUT computers were accessing the Internet for years beforethese latest software goodies ever showed up. And besides - you don'tneed the memory or special software that the newer machines need.These disks are a work in progress - please let us know how we can improve them for you. IF you would like to contribute more to them, ormake some adjustements here and there, please let us know. We wantthese disks to be a wonderful resource to the entire Apple II family!DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-09SIDE ONERead.Me.First: A compilation of the files on this disk. BIGSURF.7     (Directory) : We finish our surfing guide to the WWW!     WWW.SITES            WWW.HTML.TOOLS       CLOSING.WORDS       URLS.1        (Directory) : "URLS" are the "pathnames" the Internet needs in order to send you to the    location you want to go. They actually stand for "Universal Resource    Locators." This directory (Folder in GS parlance) lists tons of great    URLs - a compliment to the BIGSURF Guide listings.                                                      URLS.A through URLS.H            SIDE TWOURLS.2    URLS.I through URLS.Z

DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-10

APPLE-3-WAP-int-10a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-int-10b.dsk [Catalog]APPLE II FAMLY INTERNET STARTER'S KIT Compiled by: David Ottalini             WAP /// SIG Co-Chairman             September/October 1995Welcome to the WAP Apple Family Internet Starter Kit!We've attempted to compile literally a ton of information for you about the Internet and how you can use it with your Appe II or /// computer.That's right - literally ALL Apple IIs - from the Plus on up to the GS andany version of the /// - can and do have the ability to surf the Internet.It's not as pretty as the Macs and PCs can do these days with their WebSurfers, etc. BUT computers were accessing the Internet for years beforethese latest software goodies ever showed up. And besides - you don'tneed the memory or special software that the newer machines need.These disks are a work in progress - please let us know how we can improve them for you. IF you would like to contribute more to them, ormake some adjustements here and there, please let us know. We wantthese disks to be a wonderful resource to the entire Apple II family!DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-10 : ROADMAP INETERNET TUTORIAL BY DON CRISPIN                SIDE ONERead.Me.First: A compilation of the files on this disk.ROADMAP.READ.ME: Information about the Roadmap Internet Tutorial by Don CrispinROADMAP.1 (Directory):          MAP01       WELCOME          MAP02       LISTSERV FILE SERVER COMMANDS          MAP03       LEVELS OF INTERNET CONNECTIVITY          MAP04       E-MAIL          MAP05       LISTSERVS          MAP06       OTHER MAIL SERVERS          MAP07       NETIQUETTE          MAP08       USENET          MAP09       SPAMMING AND URBAN LEGENDSSIDE TWOROADMAP.2 (Directory):          MAP10       INTERNET SECURITY          MAP11       TELNET (PART ONE)          MAP12       TELNET (PART TWO)          MAP13       FTP (PART ONE)          MAP14       FTP (PART TWO)          MAP15       FTPMAIL          MAP16       FTP FILE COMPRESSION          MAP17       ARCHIE          MAP17B      FTP SITESPOPQUIZES (Directory):          PQ.1          PQ.1.ANSW

DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-11

APPLE-3-WAP-int-11a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-int-11b.dsk [Catalog]APPLE II FAMLY INTERNET STARTER'S KIT Compiled by: David Ottalini             WAP /// SIG Co-Chairman             September/October 1995Welcome to the WAP Apple Family Internet Starter Kit!We've attempted to compile literally a ton of information for you about the Internet and how you can use it with your Appe II or /// computer.That's right - literally ALL Apple IIs - from the Plus on up to the GS andany version of the /// - can and do have the ability to surf the Internet.It's not as pretty as the Macs and PCs can do these days with their WebSurfers, etc. BUT computers were accessing the Internet for years beforethese latest software goodies ever showed up. And besides - you don'tneed the memory or special software that the newer machines need.These disks are a work in progress - please let us know how we can improve them for you. IF you would like to contribute more to them, ormake some adjustements here and there, please let us know. We wantthese disks to be a wonderful resource to the entire Apple II family!DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-11 : ROADMAP INETERNET TUTORIAL BY DON CRISPIN - DISK 2                SIDE ONERead.Me.First: A compilation of the files on this disk.ROADMAP.READ.ME: More information about the Roadmap Internet Tutorial by Don CrispinROADMAP.3 (Directory):MAP.18  :Gopher (part 1)MAP.19  :Gopher (part 2)MAP.20  :Bookmarks and BooklistsMAP.21  :VeronicaMAP.22  :GophermailMAP.23  :WWW (World Wide Web)(part 1)MAP.24  :WWW (World Wide Web)(part 2)SIDE TWOROADMAP.4 (Directory):MAP.25  :Address Searches and FingerMAP.26  :IRC/MUDs/MOOs and Other "Talkers"MAP.27  :The Future...EXTRA.ADVERTS   :Advertising on the InternetEXTRA.NEAT.STUF :Neat Stuff to Check OutEXTRA.GUEST     :Guest LecturePOPQUIZES (Directory):          PQ.2          PQ.2.ANSW

DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-12

APPLE-3-WAP-int-12a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-int-12b.dsk [Catalog]APPLE II FAMLY INTERNET STARTER'S KIT Compiled by: David Ottalini             WAP /// SIG Co-Chairman             September/October 1995Welcome to the WAP Apple Family Internet Starter Kit!We've attempted to compile literally a ton of information for you about the Internet and how you can use it with your Appe II or /// computer.That's right - literally ALL Apple IIs - from the Plus on up to the GS andany version of the /// - can and do have the ability to surf the Internet.It's not as pretty as the Macs and PCs can do these days with their WebSurfers, etc. BUT computers were accessing the Internet for years beforethese latest software goodies ever showed up. And besides - you don'tneed the memory or special software that the newer machines need.These disks are a work in progress - please let us know how we can improve them for you. IF you would like to contribute more to them, ormake some adjustements here and there, please let us know. We wantthese disks to be a wonderful resource to the entire Apple II family!DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-12 :                SIDE ONERead.Me.First: A compilation of the files on this disk.USENET.GROUPS.1   (DIRECTORY): A compilation of Usenet Groups you'll find on the Net (Part 1)        NEWS.DESC.01        NEWS.DESC.02USENET.PRIMER     : This document is not intended to teach you how to use                    USENET. Instead, it is a guide to using it politely,                        effectively and efficiently.SIDE TWOUSENET.GROUPS.2   (DIRECTORY): A compilation of Usenet Groups you'll find on the Net (Part 2)          NEWS.ALT.1  - "alt" is a collection of newsgroups that is being distributed by a collection of sites that choose to carry the groups.  Many Usenet sites do not receive these groups.  Here is a recent list of manyactive "alt" newsgroups. 

DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-13

APPLE-3-WAP-int-13a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-int-13b.dsk [Catalog]APPLE II FAMLY INTERNET STARTER'S KIT Compiled by: David Ottalini             WAP /// SIG Co-Chairman             September/October 1995Welcome to the WAP Apple Family Internet Starter Kit!We've attempted to compile literally a ton of information for you about the Internet and how you can use it with your Appe II or /// computer.That's right - literally ALL Apple IIs - from the Plus on up to the GS andany version of the /// - can and do have the ability to surf the Internet.It's not as pretty as the Macs and PCs can do these days with their WebSurfers, etc. BUT computers were accessing the Internet for years beforethese latest software goodies ever showed up. And besides - you don'tneed the memory or special software that the newer machines need.These disks are a work in progress - please let us know how we can improve them for you. IF you would like to contribute more to them, ormake some adjustements here and there, please let us know. We wantthese disks to be a wonderful resource to the entire Apple II family!DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-13                 SIDE ONERead.Me.First: A compilation of the files on this disk.USENET.GROUPS.3   (DIRECTORY): A compilation of Usenet Groups you'll find on the Net (Part 3)          NEWS.ALT.2        NEWS.ALT.3- "alt" is a collection of newsgroups that is being distributed by acollection of sites that choose to carry the groups.  Many  Usenet sites donot receive these groups.  Here is a recent list of many active "alt" newsgroups. USENET.OVERVIEW         :In order to enjoy the full benefits of Internet,                         uninitiated TCS Explorers will find it ESSENTIAL to                         understand as much as possible what is available                         among the approximately 15,000 news groups  that                          exist on Internet. The following compilation tries                         to provide a summary on this subject.SIDE TWOUSENET.GROUPS.4 (DIRECTORY)        MOD.NEWSGROUPS  :This article contains the location of archives for                         moderated Usenet newsgroups. BOOKLIST.1              : First of two files containing a more comprehensive                          listing of books about the Internet.

DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-14

APPLE-3-WAP-int-14a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-int-14b.dsk [Catalog]APPLE II FAMLY INTERNET STARTER'S KIT Compiled by: David Ottalini             WAP /// SIG Co-Chairman             September/October 1995Welcome to the WAP Apple Family Internet Starter Kit!We've attempted to compile literally a ton of information for you about the Internet and how you can use it with your Appe II or /// computer.That's right - literally ALL Apple IIs - from the Plus on up to the GS andany version of the /// - can and do have the ability to surf the Internet.It's not as pretty as the Macs and PCs can do these days with their WebSurfers, etc. BUT computers were accessing the Internet for years beforethese latest software goodies ever showed up. And besides - you don'tneed the memory or special software that the newer machines need.These disks are a work in progress - please let us know how we can improve them for you. IF you would like to contribute more to them, ormake some adjustements here and there, please let us know. We wantthese disks to be a wonderful resource to the entire Apple II family!DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-14 :                SIDE ONERead.Me.First           : A compilation of the files on this disk.BOOKLIST.2              : Second of two files containing a more comprehensive                          listing of books about the Internet.INET.BBS.LIST           : Zamfield's Wonderfully Incomplete, Complete                          Internet BBS ListINET.FUN.LIST           : These are ftp, telnet and email sites all over the                          world having all kinds of neat resources available,                          and can mostly be accessed from any internet node.LIBRARIES.INET          : This is a collection of internet electronic                           libraries where some of them may require                          authorizations for use.SIDE TWOLYNX.GUIDE              : A users guide to Lynx - a program that allows                          Apple II and /// users to access the Internet.                          Lynx is accessed on the host computer upon                           dialup into your "host" computer - for example,                          for Apple II & /// subscrbers to the Explorer                          Service offered by WAP or to CapAccess or Sailor.LYNX.FAQ                : A short info sheet about Lynx and its latest                           version.SMITH.INET (DIRECTORY)       : A series of selected tutorials by Prof. Richard Smith called            "Navigatng The Internet - an Interactive Workshop."                   TOUR.INFO       : Information about the entire Smith Internet Series        MANUALS         : How to find manuals for information already                          retrieved        LISTSERVES      : How to subscribe to the Navigating Listserve        INET.GUIDE      : How to go to another machine to get an                           Internet Guide        CARL            : How to access libraries through the CARL system        TOMER.1         : A brief look at resources available via remote                          login.        TOMER.2         : Part 1 continued        MUSIC           : How to find music and music lyrics on the Internet        UNIX.1          : Part one of two parts looking at the Unix OS                          (used by many host computers for Internet access)        UNIX.2          : Part two of two part tutorial on the Unix OS.

DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-15

APPLE-3-WAP-int-15a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-int-15b.dsk [Catalog]APPLE II FAMLY INTERNET STARTER'S KIT Compiled by: David Ottalini             WAP /// SIG Co-Chairman             September/October 1995Welcome to the WAP Apple Family Internet Starter Kit!We've attempted to compile literally a ton of information for you about the Internet and how you can use it with your Appe II or /// computer.That's right - literally ALL Apple IIs - from the Plus on up to the GS andany version of the /// - can and do have the ability to surf the Internet.It's not as pretty as the Macs and PCs can do these days with their WebSurfers, etc. BUT computers were accessing the Internet for years beforethese latest software goodies ever showed up. And besides - you don'tneed the memory or special software that the newer machines need.These disks are a work in progress - please let us know how we can improve them for you. IF you would like to contribute more to them, ormake some adjustements here and there, please let us know. We wantthese disks to be a wonderful resource to the entire Apple II family!DISK APPLE-3-WAP-int-15 :                SIDE ONERead.Me.First           : A compilation of the files on this disk.INET.PRIVACY1 (Directory)Information on email and account privacy, anonymous mailing andposting, encryption, and other privacy and rights issues associatedwith use of the Internet and global networks in general.        PART.1          : Identity and Why Its Important on the Internet        PART.2          : Privacy on the Inerternet        PART.3          : Anonymity on the Internet        PART.4          : Privacy and Rights Issues        PART.5          : The Clipper Chip (encryption)SIDE TWOINET.PRIVACY2 (Directory)        PART.6          : Resources; Miscellaneous                  HHIKERS.GUIDE           : Yet another Internet Guide for your consideration.

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