WireWise Making the Most of the Internet Peter Suber & Liffey Thorpe
WireWise is an occasional newsletter of tips for academic users of the internet. We welcome your feedback, questions for us to answer, and topics for us to cover.
We wouldn't start if we had to commit ourselves to a regular schedule or a target length for each installment. We hope to keep the pieces short to make them more inviting to read.
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Current Issue 6 April 17, 1999 Finding New Books in Your Field Past Issues 5 September 27, 1998 Evaluating Internet Sources 4 May 14, 1998 Why Put Your Syllabi On The Web? 3 April 29, 1998 Bookmarking A Search 2 April 23, 1998 When A Link Dies 1 April 19, 1998 Customizing A Web Portal
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We do not systematically go through back issues to discover and fix dead links. However, when we learn about dead links, we will do what we can to fix them.