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"... That if all vicious men are bound together and constitute a force, then all honorable men ought to do the same. ..."

"War and Peace" by Leo Tolstoy

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Together, let us build a world based on love and trust -- where we help each other achieve our individual potentials; where the best in us will be our legacy. Let us create a world where we treat each other as human beings, not as mere consumers. -- CGC

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If you came here through a search, or as a suggested link from other sites, and you do not see the " A-Z navigation links" at the very top of the Untitled Treasures of the Internet logo, click on the Untitled Treasures of the Internet logo or title so that a new browser window will appear with the " A-Z navigation links" and Untitled Treasures of the Internet logo. [ Untitled Treasures of the Internet is abbreviated also as "toti" in the A-Z navigation sites shown at the top of the logo of major subsites (see left navigation links).]

After the new Untitled Treasures of the Internet browser window appears, be sure to close the previous browser window and retain only the new browser window that will pop-out. Otherwise, if there is more than one Untitled Treasures of the Internet browser window open, when you click on another topic or subsite, it may appear as if nothing is loading or the computer is stucked . Actually, the new page may appear on the previous browser window (now covered by another one) without you noticing it.

The only exception to the above suggestion is a dictionary or glossary browser window -- which should be kept open when it pops out -- to allow you to look for the meaning of a technical term while browsing a specific topic on another window.

A-Z navigation links. The links in the main " A-Z navigation links", shown at the very top , include mainly the different subsections of Untitled Treasures of the Internet , as well as other subject matters not included as subtopics in the major subsites, shown on the left navigation links. [The contents of the main A-Z navigation links is currently being updated to incorporate many more files, since created.]

To facilitate your search and explore more specific subtopics of a subsite, each of the major sections shown on the left side, has its own A-Z navigation links -- preceded by the subsite name. If you do not see the A-Z navigation links for the major subsite, click on the icon of the subsite, shown on the left navigation links.

The A-Z navigation links for the subsite should appear just below the Untitled Treasures of the Internet logo -- it should not replace the main A-Z navigation links of Untitled Treasures of the Internet that always appear at the very top.

The above multiple A-Z navigation links are needed because the two sites containing the files of Untitled Treasures of the Internet has a total of about 40,000 files and images, as of April 2002. [The two sites are being integrated to improve hyperlinking of the various subsections of Untitled Treasures of the Internet as well as facilitate the ease of navigation.] The file size is expected to grow even faster, as we are able to recruit more volunteers to help us create specific subsites.

In the future, we shall add a "term search", for the contents of the website. [For your convenience, we have already integrated the "site search" of some databases that we want to feature in this website.] However, we believe that the multiple A-Z navigation links will not be displaced by such a "term search".

Logos, icons, maps and other links. Untitled Treasures of the Internet is an information archive or directory. The icons, logos, maps and other figures included in the webpage are included not mainly to decorate the page but more to serve as hyperlinking tools to allow you to move quite readily from one section of the webpage to another.

Note that the links in the introductory (text pages) may not be underlined but appear only as colored words. [When you pass through a link, you will see the arrow change to a "raised index finger" in Netscape 4.x, or dynamically change color when using Internet Explorer 5.]

Some of the figures included here ("world of dreams", "riverbed", cancer resources "leaf logo") were created by a friend, wkl. We are looking for other good designers to volunteer their services to create better logos and designs for specific sections. Please contact us if you are interested to do this.

Bookmarking or linking this website. To avoid confusion, bookmark, link and access other subsites of Untitled Treasures of the Internet only through its main URL http://treasuresoftheinternet.org/index.shtml. If you link or bookmark other subsections, there might be confusion when navigating other sections of Untitled Treasures of the Internet .

Except for the major subsites, the files of the other various subsites are rapidly expanding and their URLs may be changed, as they are subdivided or integrated with other sections.

Page size. The webpage was designed partly in anticipation of the rapid decrease of the cost of monitors. Thus, the webpage size was made just slightly larger than the width of an iMac screen; this should be about the size of corresponding PC screens and would be a normal webscreen page when the 17"-19" screens become more common.

We did this to present decent size "reductions" of some of the pictures and illustrations (of educational or aesthetic value) that we would want to feature in the various sections of this website.

Please note that many of the photographs or illustrations included here can be enlarged to the size found in the internet, if you click on them.

Browsers. The webpage of Untitled Treasures of the Internet was created using Netscape and an iMac computer. The layout used or some other features, for some reason, do not work well, when using the Internet Explorer (IE5), AOL browsers or Microsoft OS-based computers. Moreover, the quality of the pictures shown here seem to be less stunning in the latter browsers or or Microsoft OS-based computers.

Conversely, there are some features that work in IE5 that do not work in Netscape. The cause of the incompatibilities, especially of the cascading style sheet (CSS), are being addressed. At best therefore, choices have been made to strike a compromise among these various incompatibilities. With about 40,000 files (most of them text files), it will take time before we can edit the entire website.

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This page will record your responses to specific topics and a way to get in touch with me (CGC) and the other contributors of "Treasures of the Internet".

In the past, I had a well-read webpage and got e-mails from all over the world that were very sincere. However, it became almost a "full-time job" just to respond to them but it would be very improper if I did not answer them personally. Because I am rather busy at present (developing this page and doing other things), I do not think I can answer each letter sent to me.

I thought this section will be a compromise. I promise to read all letters posted here and respond when needed.

Making the letters public will allow others also to read your letter and perhaps have similar ideas. All those interested in the same topic may then collaborate together and create another topic that can become part of "Treasures of the Internet".

This section of the Treasures of the Internet is more for constructive criticisms (text editing, new links and other ways on how to improve the page). Also, use this page if you wish to suggest other topics that you want to develop for this page.

There will be a separate forum page [click on FR on the top of the figure to the right corner] where you can post how much you "like" or critic our work.

The reader response and forum pages are not ready yet -- not so much because it is difficult to set up, but more for security reasons that we have to resolve. In other pages that I created in the past, some "spammers" sent "junk notes" to the "reader response" section.

Surely you do not want to waste your time reading such junk notes. Such junk notes waste precious space and will require so much time to delete.

We will notify you once we are equipped to accept responses with capability to filter junk notes.


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