Re: CCL:Example of Web abstract with pictures
- From: h.rzepa;at;ic.ac.uk (Henry Rzepa) (Henry Rzepa)
- Subject: Re: CCL:Example of Web abstract with pictures
- Date: Thu, 17 Mar 1994 08:45:13 +0000
Leif Laaksonen writes:
>Making Web publications is not that simple. I don't believe that one
>can use ordinary text and put links into that. I believe that the whole
>text should be written from an other point of view where the links come in
>more logically. The text around the links should clearly show WHAT is behind
>the link. Other aspects like type of file behind the link, file sizes and
>so on should also be seen from the link.
in response to:
>>This may be of interest as an example of Web scientific
>>publishing; it's like an abstract with popup color plates.
Firstly, I believe that the issue of file size has been addressed, and
hopefully will be taken on board in future releases of the protocol.
As to links, people may wish to browse through
Here, I have linked a chemical structure diagram to sounds! We
are working to develop methods of defining molecules as collections
of mapped 3D objects, and linking those to, ie scripts
which produce molecular orbitals or whatever!
If anyone has produced other such links to chemistry please tell us
I should also mention that the official MIME RFC (request for
comments) Internet document will shortly be finalised at our
end, and submitted for discussion! I am still looking up some
references! With a MIME "chemical" type, we can really start
linking and processing chemistry on the webb!
[please innundate with comments AFTER the RFC is published!]
Dr Henry Rzepa, Dept. Chemistry, Imperial College, LONDON SW7 2AY;
rzepa;at;ic.ac.uk via Eudora 2.02, Tel:+44 71 225 8339, Fax:+44 71 589 3869.
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