LINGUIST List 6.571

Sat 15 Apr 1995

FYI: Web search facility, Yamada Language Center

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  1. Arnold D J, Web search facility
  2. judah eckenberg, Yamada Language Center

Message 1: Web search facility

Date: Wed, 12 Apr 95 17:25:38 BSWeb search facility
From: Arnold D J <>
Subject: Web search facility

Readers of this list might be interested in a bibliographic search
facility which is available from the Univerity of Essex. It provides
easy access (via the World Wide Web, or email) to over 11,000
bibliographic entries in linguistics, including the "CSLI
Bibliography" and "Sussex: NLP in the 80's" bibliography, as well as a
large (over 6,000 items) database created by members of the CL/MT
group at Essex over the last few years.

Entries can be retrieved in several different formats, including
"refer" style, BibTeX, LaTeX, HTML, as well as plain text.

For web access, the URL is:

For information about mail access, send a mail to

with the Subject line containing the word "help".

One of the features of the Web Page is a list of other sources of
bibliographic information (e.g. the University of Saarbrueken's LIDO
facility). It would be nice to include more such information, so
please let us know about other sources, together with any comments. I
will circulate a list these of responses via this list, if it seems

Apologies to anyone who receives multiple copies of this.

Doug Arnold, (Janet)
Dept. of Language & Linguistics,
University of Essex, (ean)
Wivenhoe Park, Tel: +44 1206 872084 (direct)
Colchester, CO4 3SQ, UK. Fax: +44 1206 872085
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Message 2: Yamada Language Center

Date: Wed, 12 Apr 95 16:53:54 -2Yamada Language Center
From: judah eckenberg <>
Subject: Yamada Language Center

Well, we're finally advertising our web site. We're at:

Yamada WWW Language Guides - Comprehensive guides to (human - excepting,
of course, Elven, Ferengi, Klingon, and Romulan) language resources on
the WWW. Fonts, newsgroups, mailing lists, and WWW links.

 Judah Eckenberg
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