Welcome to the Public Sector Internet School
This is about networked computers, networks and electronic information
publishing and retrieval on the World Wide Web, locally and at a distance.
With over twenty-five years of teaching as well as practicing
networking, computing and electronic publishing,
it is still difficult to deliver the needed pieces to everyone with
their complete comfort. Only a small amount of knowledge is needed
to get off to a good start.
- Good books abound in your local technical book store.
- Still a place to start is a help to some.
- This is a very fast evolving area that includes some Computer and
- Network technology,
- Some information composition and delivery, and, some
- Unix or equally interesting system knowledge.
Who is this to? Mostly to the want-to-be maintainer. The user
should find much of this relevant to successful deployment, as well.
- Most any modern 386/486 PC able to do windows and a fast serial port
or ethernet card, or Mac 68000 (Classic/SE) or better can handle the
internet or the Internet (outside).
- This will handle the numerous tasks of the author as well as the
Internet/internet(local net) consumer.
- A PC with standard or special software today handles a piece of software
usually winsock.dll which other programs look for to do their thing.
- It matters not if it is a dialup only computer, WorkGroups for Windows,
Novell, NT, Win95, most of these are equipped, already with the "transport".
- The Mac is equally ready with at most need for MacTCP, maybe an ether
net card or a modem and maybe MacPPP, all trivial.
Composition and Delivery