- The mailing list network with
close to 300000 lists (http://www.meta-list.net/) With Meta-List you can find and subscribe to
the mailing lists and newsletters you want from a single one-stop
- Web Design and Usability Hotlist (http://www.useit.com/hotlist/)
(by www.useit.com) (http://www.useit.com)
- Why Questions
go Unanswered? (http://www.PLOVER.com/~mjd/perl/Questions.html) (Someone on comp.lang.perl.misc wanted to
know why nobody was answering his questions)
Wonk (http://www.dsiegel.com/tips/)- Tips for Writers and Designers . Whether you're a home (page)
maker, an e-mailer, or a web site graphic designer, these tips will help
you be a better communicator on the Net.
following set of examples
has been used by Tom and Tom's trainers in some of their Perl training
courses.Many will find their way into the Perl Cookbook that should be
out late this spring, so are necessarily copyrighted by Tom unless otherwise
attributed. (Tom = Tom Christiansen firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wants to be Valuable (http://www.netaction.org/articles/freesoft.html) - Ever wonder what the Internet would be like
- A single search that allows you to
search the net using "25" different search engines in
one search !
Submission Machine (http://www.all4one.com/all4submit/)-
(http://yoak.com/remindme/)This free web page submits a URL to AltaVista, Excite, HotBot,
Infoseek, Lycos and Webcrawler with one click, in less than 30 seconds.
Windows or frames are opened for visual verification that the submission
has been successful.
- Remind Me
(http://yoak.com/remindme/)- Remind Me is a free email reminder service...
- All in One: <Suite
of HTML Validation Suites> (http://www.ccs.org/validate/)- A few of the best validation
checkers with the forms all on one page. By Harold Driscoll.
- Free computer books
and Internet books online (http://hogan-productions.com/books/)
- The WebTechniques
Perl Columns (http://www.stonehenge.com/merlyn/WebTechniques/)- monthly column for Web Techniques magazine (by Randal
L. Schwartz )
- The Unix Review
Perl Columns (http://www.stonehenge.com/merlyn/UnixReview/)- bi-monthly column for Unix Review magazine (by Randal
L. Schwartz )
- TechJourney.com . (http://www.techjourney.com) - The best
web sites for Technical Professionals.