ResNova Software <[email protected]> announced that the next version of their NovaLink Professional BBS software will support the World-Wide Web along with the already-supported (assuming a dedicated Internet connection) Internet email, Usenet news, and Telnet in and out of the BBS. NovaLink will provide not only a Mosaic-like interface for browsing the Web, but also the capability for users to create their own HTML documents. The addition of Web support is an interesting move on ResNova’s part, because in combination with the Internet services already supported, the World-Wide Web provides access to most of the other standard Internet services like FTP, WAIS, and Gopher. There are a few NovaLink BBSes (<chrf.gdn.org>, <mpd.amaranth.com>, and <infoport.com>) already available on the Internet via Telnet or (with a MacTCP connection) via NovaTerm, the free client software available at: [ACE]
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