Suggested Web Links
The Gutenberg Museum in Mainz, Germany. Some sections are available in English.
The Infancy of Printing - An exhibit of incunabula at the Golda Meir Library at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Printing in England from William Caxton to Christopher Barker - A survey of books by early printers from an exhibition catalogue at Glasgow University Library.
In Aedibus Aldi: The Legacy of Aldus Manutius and His Press - An online exhibit at Brigham Young University.
Library and Archival Exhibitions on the Web - A long list of online exhibitions at libraries and archives compiled by the Smithsonian Institution.
History of Books and Printing: A Research Guide - Extensive bibliography from the New York Public Library.
The Books of Hours: Manuscript of the People - Lists several exhibits of Books of Hours available online.
Merriam-Webster Online - The legacy of Noah Webster's first American dictionary.
Project Gutenberg - "Fine Literature Digitally Re-Published." The grandfather of all digital text initiatives.
The On-Line Books Page - A searchable index of free digital texts of classic literature available on the Internet.
Bible Browser - At Brown University. Search several versions of the Bible by phrase or keyword.
Bible Gateway - From the Gospel Communications Network. Search the Bible in nine languages and multiple versions. Includes links to scriptures of other religions.
The Reformation Guide - An Internet guide to the study of the Reformation period.
Discovers Web - An exhaustive series of links to Internet sources for the study of travel and discovery.
Audubon's Multimedia Birds of America - An online version of Audubon's masterpiece, including bird calls.
17th c. Colonial New England - Guide to Internet resources on 17th century New England, with an emphasis on the Salem Witch Trials. Includes genealogical resources.
ArtCyclopedia - The guide to museum-quality art on the Internet. An online index to artists whose works are displayed on the World Wide Web.
Henri Cartier-Bresson - An online essay concerning the great photographer, with some photographs.
Masters of Photography - Essays, articles and photographs.
Flashbacks: Prophets of the Computer Age - A series of articles from The Atlantic Monthly on the history of computing, including the seminal article by Vannevar Bush, "As We May Think," first published in July 1945.
All About the Internet - Online histories of the Internet, the World Wide Web, and computing from the Internet Society.
Netizens: On the History and Impact of the Net - By Michael and Ronda Hauben. Also available in book form.
Charles Babbage Institute - Center for the History of Computing at the University of Minnesota.
Electronic Books and Ink - Full coverage of the e-books industry from Yahoo.
Obsolete Computer Museum - Just for fun.
Channel Verdana - Visit this site to download the Verdana font for Macs and PCs. This font, especially designed for computer viewing, has been used in the design of this exhibit. Installation instructions are available at the site and the download is free.