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An article called "Unleashing Databases on the Web" appears in the July 1996
issue of NetGuide magazine. They list links to almost 20 companies in the
article that are in this field in one form or another.
However, it appears that this field is still in the hands of skilled programmers
and hackers. It is not for the faint of heart.
The magazine has an internet site, but they have not yet posted the contents of
the July issue. Here is the address for your reference:
Note: The WWW address given in the printed magazine is out of date.
jlshaeff -at- sprynet -dot- com
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