Global Network Navigator


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Global Network Navigator

(GNN) A collection of free services provided by O'Reilly & Associates.

The Whole Internet Catalog describes the most useful Net resources and services with live links to those resources. The GNN Business Pages list companies on the Internet. The Internet Help Desk provides help in starting Internetq exploration. NetNews is a weekly publication that reports on the news of the Internet, with weekly articles on Internet trends and special events, sports, weather, and comics. There are also pages aobut travel and personal finance.

Home page.

E-mail: <support@gnn.com>.

Telephone: (800) 998 9938 (USA), +1 (707) 829 0515 (outside USA).
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In 1993, O'Reilly launched its Global Network Navigator (GNN) site, which was the first web portal and the first commercial site on the web.
The first asked that Compaq insure that the AOL and its Global Network Navigator (GNN) service were "prominently singled out" on the desktop above other named services such as AT&T and MSN.
The note Internet Catalog http://neanet.gnn.com/gnn/wic/newrescat.toc.html The Whole Interriet Catalog, available both in print and electronically, is a subject guide to 1000 Internet resources published by Global Network Navigator (GNN) of O'Reilly and Associates.
The speakers included Dale Dougherty of O'Reilly and Associates (founder of Global Network Navigator), Martin Haeberli of Apple Computer, Russ Jones of DEC, Anita Schiller of Silicon Graphics, and Hassan Schroeder of Sun Microsystems.
The best way to get traffic is to have information that will be referenced by other servers, such as the popular center created by O'Reilly and Associates, Sebastapol, California (see "The Global Network Navigator" sidebar).
Global Network Navigator (GNN) has recognized twelve of the best destinations on the Internet in an Editor's choice award.
"With this study, we intend to build a picture of the Internet market based on facts, not hype." Working for the past eight months in conjunction with Trish Information Services, a leading market research firm in Hayward, California, O'Reilly announced that Phase I of this program entitled "Defining the Internet Opportunity 1994-1995," a study of subscribers to the Internet's Global Network Navigator (GNN), has been completed.

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