Date: Sun, 3 Apr 1994 16:13:05 -0400 (EDT)
From: Ann Okerson <>
Subject: Internaut - New Journal

ACCORDING to the March 1994 issue of Current Cites (Terri Rinne & Co.,
University of California, Berkeley):

The publication of the online journal Internaut marks an interesting
milestone in the history of publishing. This journal is made freely
available on the Internet in a compressed file of HTML-marked up
documents and associated image files. Users of NCSA Mosaic, a client
program for accessing Internet servers of many different varieties
(World-Wide Web, Gopher, FTP, etc.), can uncompress the Internaut files
and view them via Mosaic in a user-friendly point-and-click mode. The
premier issue of Internaut includes articles on the beginnings of the
Internet and the Community Memory Project, Cable Internet (cited below),
and other topics as well as links to online resources (e.g., TCP/IP
software for but it is clear that Internaut stands well enough on its
own. [URL:]. --

Original posting date: 
Sunday, July 30, 1995
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