Each of the following items is on-line in the WWW or a gopher server connected to the Web. They are ranked according to how difficult they are to locate, one asterisk (*) being the easiest and three (***) the most difficult. Some are "right on top" of the web, others are buried several layers down. How many can you find?
CIA Factbook 1994 *
World Maps * (There are many sources of maps on the web. Any that you find is acceptable.)
Current U. S. State Department Travel Advisories **
Roget's Thesaurus *
The Complete Works of Shakespeare *
Reuters and Associated Press wire reports **
White House press releases (updated daily) *
Periodic Table of the Elements *
Centers for Disease Control AIDS daily summary **
This site maintains full-text newspaper articles and government press releases with AIDS-related content.
Current international exchange rates **
Geographic Name Server *
This site is a searchable database which returns basic geographic information for cities and towns throughout the United States.
Aerial photo of Austin * (There are many different photos on the web. Any one of them is fine.)
Federal Register *
This site contains the full text of the Federal Register and is updated daily.
Texas Register **
Travis County demographic and economic statistics **
Constitution of the Iroquois Nations **
The Daily Texan *
This site contains the full text of The Daily Texan. It is updated daily.
Full text of the inaugural address of every United States president from George Washington to George Bush. **
Full text of Carl Sandburg's Chicago Poems *** Note: The server that maintains this file is in the process of switching from gopher text files to hypertext, so the file may not be available at all times.
Answers will be available after the due date.
updated 28 August 1994 by SLC