Re: Books on net? Really? (HOW???)
Aug 22, 1997 04:07 PM
At 04:20 PM 8/22/97 -0400, you wrote:
>> Subject: Re: Announcement of a search engine on Theosophy
>> Message-ID: <email@example.com>
>> At 09:07 PM 8/21/97 -0400, you wrote:
>> >In message <33FC33F2.6F8E@eden.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org writes
>> >>For those who may be interested, The Theosophical Society International
>> >>Headquarters (www.theosociety.org/pasadena ) has added a search engine
>> >>its site which will allow the user to search the full text of all the
>> >There is a link to this site from the TI site (below). Click on "Classic
>> >texts plus".
>> It is the availability of links that is very inviting to visitors to the
>> URL. A static URL which has incestuous links does not interest many. In the
>> marketplace, many companies have spent a lot of money setting up a www and
>> then try find techniques to make visitors visit their site -- a very tough
>> marketing job.
>> Keep up the good work, Alan.
>Seems i do not understood really how this system of theosophical books
>on the net work. can someone explain it to me more clearly?
>Alan, is it simmilar that system to your book archive you have in your
>homepage of .zip compressed texts??
A search engine is just a program which lets you search through a number of
files looking for a selected number of words you are looking for. For
locating all references relating to a one or more *key* words.
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