html conversions & misc.

Subject: html conversions & misc.
From: QMS Account <Robert -dot- Morrisette -at- EBAY -dot- SUN -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 21 Feb 1995 10:20:33 +0800

Somebody asked about html conversions and I just opened my latest
Internet-on-a=Disk that had this information. I included more
in case someone doesn't know about this source of news and some
other neat stuff

Bob Morrisette
Robert -dot- Morrisette -at- EBay -dot- Sun -dot- COM

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INTERNET-ON-A-DISK #9, February 1995
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html to ascii conversion --
If your Web browser won't let you save files as plain text, you can use
a conversion program to remove the html code. You can download this
software (htmlcon.zip) from
ftp://ftp.crl.com/ftp/users/ro/mikekell/html/satftp.htm

converting files to html --
If you want to create pages in html for publishing on the Web, Microsoft's
Internet Assistant (beta version) is available for free downloading from their
Web site (http://www.microsoft.com). Click on "What's new."
To use this, you need the US version of Word for Windows 6.0a or 6.0c.
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From the U.S. Library of Congress -- the Thomas Web Server
http://thomas.loc.gov/
This site provides the full text of all versions of House and Senate bills
searchable by keyword(s) or by bill number, plus background information
on how laws are made. It will also soon provide the full text of the
Congressional Record and the full text of the daily account of
proceedings on the House and Senate Floors, searchable by keyword(s).
"Future Enhancements to THOMAS will include adding the Library's Bill
Digest files, summaries and chronologies of legislation, and will integrate
them with the full text of bills, thus creating a unique presentation of
legislative information."


There is much more...................


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