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Re: Web Sites
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0437.  Friday, 2 June 1995.
 
(1)     From:   Jack Lynch <
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        Date:   Thursday, 1 Jun 1995 11:09:05 -0400 (EDT)
        Subj:   Re: SHK 6.0436  Q: Web Sites
 
(2)     From:   Terry Craig <
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        Date:   Thursday, 01 Jun 1995 14:48:48 -0400 (EDT)
        Subj:   Web Sites
 
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        Date:   Thursday, 1 Jun 1995 10:19:40 -0800
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From:           Jack Lynch <
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Date:           Thursday, 1 Jun 1995 11:09:05 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: 6.0436  Q: Web Sites
Comment:        Re: SHK 6.0436  Q: Web Sites
 
    DL:  I remember seeing something in a computer magazine a few
    months ago about a Shakespeare Web page, but when I tried to
    find it, my server was told it wasn't working.  Does anyone
    know anything about this?  Also, does anyone know any good
    theater Web sites?
 
I thank HMC for re-posting an article I sent a few months ago. I'll take the
opportunity to refer people to
 
        http://www.english.upenn.edu/~jlynch/research.html
 
-- my omnibus collection of literary Web sites.  It includes pointers to all
the major literary sites I've discovered, arranged by period, as well as to
Alan Liu's excellent "Voice of the Shuttle" omnibus page.  Both my page and
Alan's will point you to other Renaissance and theatre sites.
 
I also have pointers to Renaissance mailing lists (with subscription
instructions) and current calls for papers.
 
As always, I welcome additions and corrections.
 
  -- Jack Lynch; 
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From:           Terry Craig <
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Date:           Thursday, 01 Jun 1995 14:48:48 -0400 (EDT)
Subject:        Web Sites
 
For David Levine:
 
You might try the Shakespeare Web page at  http://www.shakespeare.com/
 
I don't know of any theater sites offhand, but you might try a webcrawler
search.
 
Happy hunting!
 
Terry Craig

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From:           Dana Lloyd Spradley <
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Date:           Thursday, 1 Jun 1995 10:19:40 -0800
Subject: 6.0436  Q: Web Sites
Comment:        Re: SHK 6.0436  Q: Web Sites
 
Yes, David, a Shakespeare Web site does exist, and I'm the "webmaster" of it.
I recently transferred it to another service provider, since the other one was
too expensive and unreliable (although the "not working" message may simply
have been a "refused connection" message, which often comes across when a site
is too busy).
 
I was going great guns on the site until February, when NetGuide magazine saw
it and gave a favorable review in the April issue.  Since then I've changed
apartments and jobs, and had to attend to myriad other issues, so the site has
languished a bit.  I also got somewhat discouraged when the Folger's librarian
rejected my request for permission to put GIF versions of some of their
illustrations on the site out of hand.
 
But now I'm back and starting to get the thing running again, and will but
putting up the first generation of automatic interactive forms this morning.  I
invite all interested Shaksperians to come take a look at the new URL:
 
http://www.shakespeare.com/
 
And of course, I could use helpers in this venture:  volunteers are always
welcome.  Until forms are up to handle it, just send e-mail to

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--Dana Spradley
 
(former budding literature professor, current Product Development
Specialist for Information Access Company, and Webmaster of the Shakespeare
Web in my spare time)
 

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