What is on the World Wide Web?
- A very stylish and attractive site for a restaurant that has great
HP - Welcome to Hewlett-Packard
- Grandfather of Silicon Valley. Home of the HP Way. This is the original
garage start-up done good.
- An excellent example of how corporate information will be distributed
on the web.
Designed by one of the best in biz; David
Siegel's web design company v
e r s o.
online - front door
- You may hear snide remarks about how c|net using yesterday's format
with tomorrow's technology, but I like it. This site is one of the most
cutting edge users of web technology and delivers lots of information.
to Web Week Magazine -- Online
- A lot of the information on the web is about the web.
Providing service and information to business is the other hot area
in the web.
Here is a smattering of services that you might use.
APL Quote Server
- One of the best stock quote services.
- Package tracking and other useful stuff from FedEx.
- Ditto for United Parcel Service/
States Postal Service Home Page
- Even the USPS delivers some good information from their web site, including
useful stuff like ZIP+4 lookup and other data.
ZIP+4 Code Lookup
- AT&T has plans for being big in the Internet.
Their web site also includes useful stuff like the AT&T
Toll-Free Internet Directory.
Business Credit Profile
- Get a TRW business credit profile report in minutes. Charge it to your
credit card of course!
Family of Services
- Use the web to deliver your fax.
Marketing directed at consumers is big business. The web will get its
to Pepsi World
- The beverage companies have some of the coolest (and most expensive)
- More to drink from the Netherlands.
- An important beverage in the web world, coffee!
- Lots of folks surf from home. It is natural to sell them stuff to make
it more comfortable.
MART HOME PAGE
- While everyone may not have their catalog on the web yet, you can order
- When we say everyone will market themselves on the web, we mean everyone!
- Hollywood has big designs on the web too.
Earthweb's Java Directory
- If you've got Netscape Navigator 2.0 or later, this is the place to
go to see what all this "Java" talk is about.
- TEN - The Entertainment Network. Still in beta, but a very promising
web game playing site.
Real Estate information is just made for the web.
is a list of Real Estate related sites from Pointcom.
- Pointcom has a lot of reviews indexed and searchable by topic.
SUITES FOR LEASE
- Real Estate information of all kinds is available on the web. Here
is a database of executive office suites.
- The first big web sites devoted to racing taste a lot like print, but
they do deliver up-to-date information attractively.
Indy Car World Series
- The IndyCar guys didn't spend as much money on their web site as the
guys with the fenders.
Community and Market based Index Sites are very helpful and are a major
area of web development.
County and Southern California's guide to what's on the web: InfoPages
- A local (Orange County) index of what's on the web.
- A San Diego web site that specializes in the auto trade.
714-496-6648 ~ Where the Building Industry is Found on the 'Net!
- A good site devoted to the construction trade.
Bay Area Restaurant Guide
- Local subject based index sites will be very popular with consumers.
There are a great many resources on the web for finding what you are
Here are a few good starting points.
- Netscape is a good base to start looking around the web from.
- Pointcom reviews a lot of web sites.
- Choosing a web index and a search engine is a matter of personal style.
Netscape's directory of web index and search sites is a good place to find
one you like.
- I like InfoSeek for their index and their search engine.
- Alta Vista has a good search engine. I usually have better results
here than with the others.
This tour is far from the ideal I envision.
Better organization, some graphics, and more informative comments will
be here someday.
[Graphic Design] [Web Technology]
[Why a web site] [Build a web site]
[Improve a web site] [Cruisin' the Infobahn]
Problems with this page? Try the front
Send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.