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A hypertext database of publicly accessible Internet sites created and maintained by Peter Scott <scottp@moondog.usask.ca>. Hytelnet currently lists over 1400 sites, including Libraries, Campus-Wide Information Systems, Gopher, WAIS, WWW and Freenets.

Hytelnet software is available for the IBM PC, Macintosh, Unix and VMS systems.

ftp://ftp.usask.ca/pub/hytelnet ( Telnet, login: hytelnet.

Mailing list: listserv@library.berkeley.edu (no subject, body: subscribe hytelnet FirstName LastName).
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Software programs such as HYTELNET, described below, can provide connection information.
31) Programs similar to HYTELNET include LIBTEL, INFOPOP, CATALIST and LIBINET.
HYTELNET is available via anonymous FTP from access.
Two examples of organizational solutions are HYTELNET and Prospero.
HYTELNET as software for accessing the Internet: A personal perspective on the development of HYTELNET Electronic Networking.
Table 1 Networked Resources and Services Currently Taught Number of Programs Resource/Service (n = 37) Electronic Mail 34 Interest Groups, LISTSERVs 35 Directories 20 Remote Login 30 Library Catalogs 36 Database Services 33 Campus-wide Information Systems 32 Bulletin Boards 29 Electronic journals 26 Freenets 24 Other 3 FTP (file transfer) 34 Internet Utilities Gopher and Veronica 31 Archie 28 Wide Area Information Servers (WAIS) 25 HYTELNET 21 World-Wide Web 15 Knowbots 9 Commercial Databases and Vendors DIALOG 33 OCLC 26 OCLC/EPIC 22 OCLC/First Search 18 BRS 8 Nexis/Lexis 6 WilsonLine 2 Infomart 2 RLIN 1 CAN/OLE 1 Data-Star 1 Infoglobe 1 Medline 1 Westlaw 1 Other Resources Compuserve 2 Prodigy 1 CD-ROM servers and products 1 News readers 1
Users can be directed to front-end programs (already presented in this discussion) such as HYTELNET or LIBS.
2) Billy Barron, University of North Texas, compiles a directory of Internet accessible resources which Peter Scott and Earl Fogel, University of Ottawa, make available via the HYTELNET hypertext front end software for DOS, Macintosh, UNIX, and Vax VMS systems (more information can be obtained by addressing an e-mail message to: <scott[at]sask.