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Multics

Multics

“Multics (Multiplexed Information and Computing Service) is a mainframe timesharing operating system begun in 1965 and used until 2000.” This site contains information on its history, papers about it, an FAQ, bibliography, and even a multics.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms

Microsoft Developer Network

Microsoft Developer Network

The official Microsoft resource for software developers working with Microsoft’s operating systems and other related computer and Internet technogies. There are also other MSDN sites for a number of countries in various languages.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Programming–ASP.NET; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows; Computers & Internet–Programming–ASP.NET; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows

Ubuntu Support

Ubuntu Support

Access free documentation on supported versions of the Linux desktop, as well as its free community support and technical answers system. This site also has information on online and classroom training in Ubuntu, and on professional support systems.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows; Computers & Internet–Computer Software; Computers & Internet–System Administration–LINUX/UNIX

Distrowatch

Distrowatch

Principally a list of distributions and BSDs of the Linux operating system, Distrowatch is also a source for reviews and interviews with distribution developers. It is currently available in English, Spanish, French, German, Swedish, Japanese and Vietnamese.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows; Computers & Internet–Computer Software; Computers & Internet–System Administration–LINUX/UNIX

Motif FAQ Index

Motif FAQ Index

This site answers frequently asked questions regarding Motif, “a widely-accepted set of user interface guidelines developed by the Open Software Foundation (OSF) around 1989, which specifies how an X Window System application should ‘look and feel’.”
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows

Every Mac.com: Mac Specs, Prices, Answers and More

Every Mac.com: Mac Specs, Prices, Answers and More

???EveryMac.com is the complete guide to every Macintosh, iPod, and Mac clone in the world, with technical, configuration, and pricing details.??? It also offers FAQs and a forum. Users who register (freely) have complete access to the discussions.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh; Technology

ZDNet: Tech News and White Papers for IT Professionals

ZDNet: Tech News and White Papers for IT Professionals

Online magazine by CNET. Site includes glossary, software, searchable archives as well as feature articles.
A news and information website covering business and technical issues for the Internet and computers. Covers Apple/Macintosh, Microsoft Windows, and Linux/Unix operating systems. Includes pointers to useful downloads, a broadcast e-mail sub …
Subject: Business & Economics–Business & Economics News; Computers & Internet–Computers & Internet News; Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Business & Economics–E-Commerce; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows; Computers & Internet–Computer Software; Science & Technology Blogs; Business & Economics–Business & Economics News; Computers & Internet–Computers & Internet News; Business & Economics–E-Commerce

Prime

Prime

Read articles about the trends that drive Microsoft’s manufacturing technologies. Includes news and case studies regarding Microsoft’s information technology projects and applications.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Computers & Internet News; Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows; Computers & Internet–Computer Software

Mac Help from Maciverse

Mac Help from Maciverse

Provides information on Apple products and accessories and Apple compatible accessories. Includes product reviews, news, tips, and forum.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Computers & Internet News; Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh; Computers & Internet–Computer Software

Gadgetwise

Gadgetwise

Gadgetwise is a blog that mixes information, analysis and opinion to help you figure out which tech products to buy, and how to get the best deal.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Computers & Internet–Computers & Internet News; Computers & Internet–Art, Imaging, & Multimedia; Science & Technology–Electronics; Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh; Computers & Internet–Computer Software; Science & Technology Blogs; Computer & Internet Blogs

Custom Guide: Free Quick References

Custom Guide: Free Quick References

This site provides quick access to training materials and quick references to a number of software products, particularly Microsoft products. These quick reference files can act as cheat sheets while using a particular product.
Subject: Reference–Experts & How-To; Computers & Internet–Art, Imaging, & Multimedia; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh; Computers & Internet–Computer Software

MSDN Library

MSDN Library

Essential information for those developing in the Microsoft environment, using Microsoft tools, products, and technologies. Includes documentation, tutorials, and sample code, and reference materials.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Programming–HTML/XHTML; Computers & Internet–Programming–ASP.NET; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows; Computers & Internet–Programming–CSS

Gurzki’s Windows NT Guide

Gurzki’s Windows NT Guide

“This document offers manufacturer independent information on the Windows NT Operating System and related topics.” Site includes information on “operating system basics”, “system architecture”, “networking”, and a news section. A useful site , suffers a bit from infrequent updating.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows

Network Administration Tools

Network Administration Tools

An rich site for system and network administrators. Contains tips, tricks, resources, tools and a reference section on GNU/Linux, “homebrew designs,” databases and more. “We share a challenge both in fixing our systems for technical reasons, but in also architecting a safer world for information storage, manipulation, and transmission.”
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows

Microsoft — Support and Services

Microsoft — Support and Services

“Use Support Online to access Microsoft Technical Support’s entire collection of problem-solving tools and technical information, including the Knowledge Base,Troubleshooting Wizards, and downloads.” This is the same searchable database used by Microsoft support technicians to answer most questions.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows

Geo’s Windows NT Tips

Geo’s Windows NT Tips

An excellent page of Windows tips for all versions of Windows. Compiled by the Compuserve co-sysop. Also contains useful links to other training material.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows

PC Mag Radio

PC Mag Radio

“PC Magazine (www.pcmag.com), the most important technology publication in the world, delivers authoritative, labs-based comparative reviews of computing and Internet products to more than 6.6 million highly engaged technology buyers. PC Magazine defines technology for e-business and is the only magazine with in-depth reviews and accurate, repeata …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows; Science & Technology

The Atari Museum

The Atari Museum

Multimedia museum on everything Atari – video games, computing, and the company itself. Archive of news stories about Atari, company memos and press releases, history of consoles and computers, and references to further reading online and offline.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Other Platforms & Systems; Arts & Humanities–History–History By Topic–History Of Computers & Internet; Entertainment And Leisure–Games–Computer/Video/Arcade–History Of Video Games

Atari Archives

Atari Archives

Archive of full-text versions of classic computing books on Atari, programming languages, graphics, machine language, and more. You can also find newsletter and newsgroup archives, and download old and new 8-bit software. Everything provided with permission of copyright holders.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Other Platforms & Systems; Arts & Humanities–History–History By Topic–History Of Computers & Internet; Entertainment And Leisure–Games–Computer/Video/Arcade–History Of Video Games

The Edsac Simulator

The Edsac Simulator

Cambridge University’s EDSAC was “the world’s first stored-program computer to operate a regular computing service.” This downloadable simulator mimics the computer as it existed in 1949-1951 and includes programs from the original EDSAC, including games. There is also a photo gallery of the original EDSAC.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Other Platforms & Systems; Arts & Humanities–History–History By Topic–History Of Computers & Internet; Entertainment And Leisure–Games–Computer/Video/Arcade–History Of Video Games

Typical Mac User Podcast

Typical Mac User Podcast

This podcast is for switchers as well as experienced users who want to learn more about their Mac. Includes tips, tricks, and reviews. All products are linked underneath each episode for easy reference.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh; Science & Technology

Low End Mac

Low End Mac

“Dedicated to keeping older Macs and Maclones productive. The focus of this site encompasses everything from the first Macintosh to the latest — sooner or later, every Mac becomes low end. Still, the primary emphasis is older models.” Focuses on upgrade paths. Material is organized by computer model.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh

System Optimization and PC Performance

System Optimization and PC Performance

This site gives product evaluations and reviews and provides benchmark comparison lists. There is information about system components such as BIOS, DRAM, and motherboards among other things. There is also a technological FAQ and forum as well as general information on books, diagnostics, and hardware and software companies.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows

Konqueror–Browser Information, Help and Support

Konqueror–Browser Information, Help and Support

What’s the deal with Konqueror? This browser works with the K Desktop Environment, a desktop application for UNIX-based computers. Check out FAQs, get help with Java and CSS, and find out how to fix common bugs. Navigate to the “KDE Home” page to participate in the user forum.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Internet–World Wide Web–Browsers; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows

Apple Accessibility

Apple Accessibility

Discover all of the accessibility features for Macs and Mac software! Apple’s accessibility site offers resources for people with vision, hearing, physical, learning and language impairments. Learn more about the Voice Over screen reader and helpful features of OS X, and hardware like the iPhone, iMac and MacBook computers.
Subject: Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Literacy–Computer Literacy; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh; Health & Medical Sciences–Disabilities; Computers & Internet–Computer Science–Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)

LarsWiki–Linux Accessibility Resource Site

LarsWiki–Linux Accessibility Resource Site

What is accessibility? How can I use free and open-source software to increase accessibility? LarsWiki answers these questions and offers resources for users of the Linux operating system. Whether you’re programming video games or government information systems, you can find open-source software to make it accessible.
Subject: Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Literacy–Computer Literacy; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows; Computers & Internet–Computer Science–Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)

Accessibility at Microsoft

Accessibility at Microsoft

Microsoft offers demos and tutorials for people with vision, hearing, dexterity and language impairments. Learn how to access Microsoft Windows, Office and Internet Explorer. Information about assistive technologies and new products is also available.
Subject: Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Literacy–Computer Literacy; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows; Computers & Internet–Desktop & Electronic Publishing; Computers & Internet–Computer Science–Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)

Dave’s Guide to Buying a Home Computer

Dave’s Guide to Buying a Home Computer

This site covers the steps to purchasing a PC computer. There is a guide to help you when looking for a new or used computer, setting up or upgrading, or trouble shooting. The author discusses things you need to be aware of before you decide to purchase a computer, whethew new or used. He also gives a detailed discussion of components and inform …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows

Motherboard HomeWorld

Motherboard HomeWorld

This is a good resource to find information on replacing and upgrading your motherboard. The author provides a section for newbies that gives detailed information about motherboards and where to start. There is a list of manufacturers and vendors to get information on purchasing or asking about your particular piece. There is also an article on …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows; Technology–Design

The PC Guide

The PC Guide

Do you want to build or repair your own PC? This site includes detailed guides explaining how to do both. It also covers how to take care of and get more out of your computer, and how modern PCs and their parts work.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows

A History of Apple Computers

A History of Apple Computers

Apple-history.com is “intended to provide a broad history of Apple Computers, inc., from the invention of the Apple I in 1976 to the troubled times of the present… for both novice and expert computer users.” Includes bibliography, links to resources, and directory organized by computer model, processor type, and year.
Subject: Arts & Humanities–History–History By Topic–History Of Computers & Internet; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh

The Computer Technology Documentation Project

The Computer Technology Documentation Project

This site contains computer documentation and information in various technical areas including markup and web languages, operating systems, hardware, programming, and networking. This documentation is suited for beginners and experts alike.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Programming–JavaScript & DHTML; Computers & Internet–Programming–HTML/XHTML; Computers & Internet–Programming–Perl; Computers & Internet–Programming–PHP; Computers & Internet–System Administration; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows; Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows; Computers & Internet–Programming–XML

UNIXhelp for Users

UNIXhelp for Users

UNIXhelp is an introduction to the UNIX operating system designed for new users, though it also treats advanced topics. It contains both a manual and a searchable index. The guide covers all aspects of using UNIX, from getting started to using commands, from an explanation of what an operating system is to information on the Perl programming langua …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows

OSXGuide.com

OSXGuide.com

This site is dedicated to telling Mac users “how to do things in OSX.” There is a bulletin board, list of OSX FAQ’s, and OSX news. This site is also searchable.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh; Technology–Computer Operating Systems

LinuxInsider.Com

LinuxInsider.Com

“Real-Time Linux News and Information from Around the World.” Topics covered include: Caldera, Red Hat, Debian, Mandrake, TurboLinux, kernal, security, open source, and more.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows

Windows NT Magazine

Windows NT Magazine

“Windows NT Magazine is a monthly business publication written for technical decision makers using the Windows NT operating system and related technologies and applications. The magazine provides practical, hands-on information to help IS teams deploy business-critical applications based on Windows NT and BackOffice. ” A useful source, however not …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Computers & Internet News; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows

TidBITS

TidBITS

“TidBITS is a free, weekly electronic newsletter that covers the computer industry with an emphasis on the Macintosh and the Internet. We distribute issues on the Internet and most commercial services and estimate about 150,000 readers right now.”
Subject: Computers & Internet–Internet; Computers & Internet–Computers & Internet News; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh

TheiMac.com

TheiMac.com

Daily news about Apple Comuter’s iMac computer. Also has information on iMac specifications, available peripherals and other products as well as a “Beginner’s Guide” and an “Ask the Expert” feature.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh

Phrack Magazine

Phrack Magazine

“Phrack Magazine is one of the longest running electronic magazines in existence. Since 1985, Phrack has been providing the hacker community with information on operating systems, networking technologies, and telephony, as well as relaying other topics of interest to the international computer underground.” Contains a complete archive of back issue …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms

PC Plus

PC Plus

“PC Plus is your monthly digest of news, features, reviews and more, bringing you everything you need to navigate the world of computing and technology.” Contains free articles and online-only content, as well as some articles requiring a paid subscription.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows

MacInTouch

MacInTouch

“The MacInTouch Web Site is a free, award-winning news and information service, as well as a community of people interested in Macintosh computing.” The site also has a section devoted to news and information about the iMac.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh

Mac\Life!

Mac\Life!

Magazine for new and veteran users of all Apple products, provides “authoritative information and advice for readers who want to get the most out of their Macs, iPods, and third-party hardware, software, and services.” It offers Reviews, How To???s, News, Blogs, Videos, Forums, and an Editor???s choice section.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh

Linux Journal

Linux Journal

“Linux Journal explores the latest technology and developments in the Linux world. LJ articles include tutorials for the novice to the computer professional, informative reviews and cutting edge news of the Linux Community. Some of thearticles are published”
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows

The Linux Gazette

The Linux Gazette

“The Gazette is a compilation of basic tips, tricks, suggestions, ideas and short articles about Linux designed to make using Linux fun and easy. LG began as a personal project of John M. Fisk, and grew to include contributions freely provided by a growing number of authors. Linux Journal is now publishing the Gazette using material contributed …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows

Macworld

Macworld

“Macworld magazine is a resource for Mac professionals and savvy Mac users. Each issue is packed with practical how-tos, in-depth features, the latest troubleshooting tips and tricks, industry news, future trends, and more. Best of all, Macworld offers trusted product reviews. Macworld is the best way for Mac users to stay informed about what’s new …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh

Digital Directions

Digital Directions

“A magazine for and about people in the graphics and publishing industries using Macintosh for advertising and design. It is intended to provide the latest information about the people, techniques and new technologies that are taking Mac-based work further and hopefully making our lives easier, or at least more interesting.”
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh; Computers & Internet–Desktop & Electronic Publishing

About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM)

About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM)

“About This Particular Macintosh (ATPM) is a fun monthly chronicle of the Macintosh experience written by and for everyday users. It includes humorous anecdotes, short stories, product reviews and commentaries by Macintosh owners and users about our favorite personal computer. ATPM is published with DOCMaker so that it can be easily read as a sta …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh

Linux Planet

Linux Planet

Features news, tutorials, reference resources, and documentation about the Linux platform and for Linux system administrators.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Programming–Java; Computers & Internet–Programming–Perl; Computers & Internet–System Administration; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows; Technology–Computer Operating Systems

LinuxNewbie.org

LinuxNewbie.org

Resource for people who are new to setting up and using Linux. Features Newbie Help Files (NHFs), Linux documentation re-written so that novices can better understand. Covers Linux implementations on both Intel and Macintosh hardware. Searchable.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows

LinuxStart.Com

LinuxStart.Com

Searchable directory of Linux-related information on the World-Wide Web. Includes versions in Chinese, French, Finnish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–Unix/Linux/X-Windows

PC Show and Tell

PC Show and Tell

Online software help. “PC Show and Tell is a FREE Internet library with more than 10,000 voice-enabled tutorials. These step-by-step shows help you maximize the use of your software. Now you can see and hear the answer to your ‘how-to’ questions! Our library includes 70 top software titles and websites including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows; Computers & Internet–Computer Software

Macworld.com: The Macworld Buyer’s Guide

Macworld.com: The Macworld Buyer’s Guide

Macworld.com provides useful product reviews, rating and pricing information on the Macintosh platforms. The site includes a search function for assisting in finding product information/reviews. This site makes extensive use of drop-down menus.
Subject: Business & Economics–Consumer Issues & Services–Shopping–Product Reviews; Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh; Money And Work–Consumer Information

The Mac Orchard

The Mac Orchard

“The Mac Orchard is a carefully cultivated list of the most vital Internet applications and links for Macintosh Internet users, along with Internet software reviews contributed from The Mac Orchard’s audience. These pages represent the most complete, most up-to-date collection of Macintosh Internet applications available anywhere on the Internet.”
Subject: Computers & Internet–Internet; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh

An Illustrated Guide to Building the New PCs

An Illustrated Guide to Building the New PCs

“Online version of the published McGraw-Hill book “Build Your Own PC” includes over 50 step-by-step assembly photographs for new ATX systems (PII, Celeron, AMD) and the AT to ATX transition guide – Catching up with the New Technology.”
Subject: Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows