References for web tools and information:
  1. WebMonkey - Information about building web pages, html cheat list and more.
  2. THE LIST - the most complete list of Internet Service Providers (ISP)
  3. FireFox Browser - The wait is over. Firefox empowers you to browse faster, more safely and more efficiently than with any other browser. Join more than 64 million others and make the switch today — Firefox imports your Favorites, settings and other information, so you have nothing to lose.  Open source, free, with tabed browsing (some sites e.g. Microsoft) may need IE to work.  You can run both.
  4. Thunderbird makes emailing safer, faster, and easier than ever before with the industry's best implementations of features such as intelligent spam filters, built-in RSS reader, quick search, and much more.
  5. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) develops interoperable technologies (specifications, guidelines, software, and tools) to lead the Web to its full potential. W3C is a forum for information, commerce, communication, and collective understanding. On this page, you'll find W3C news, links to W3C technologies and ways to get involved. New visitors can find help in Finding Your Way at W3C. We encourage organizations to learn more about W3C and about W3C Membership.


Last update: Wednesday, July 20, 2005