Below are archived the several issues of the nice collection of tips and technical discussion from various places which Johann has called the E-zine newsletter of the World Wide Wedge. Below is his original posting about what the E-zine all about. In each "issue" you'll find an interesting set of articles. They're posted here in the latest incarnation of the WWWedge for your reading and browsing enjoyment. They're not searchable here but Google seems to do a pretty good job of finding things in these E-zines. Just tell it you want to search this site specifically for something (check out the Advanced Search capabilities of Google (link) or any other search engine).
"The WWWedge website is entirely maintained by volunteers.
Johan Vorsterman van Oijen is [was] responsible for the design and the
The WWWedge Ezine newsletter is moderated by yours truly (Johan
Vorsterman van Oijen), and my native language isn't English.
But I'll try to do my utmost best to create readable articles.
To get started the WWWedge Ezine newsletter is heavenly [heavily?] based on
the Wedge Tips collected by Philip Johnstone from Australia.
Another source is the TR7/8 mailing list. I will extracts threads
from this list and publish them in this newsletter."
- No. 1, December 19th, 1997
- No. 2, January 17th, 1998
- No. 3, February 16th, 1998
- No. 4, March 14th, 1998
- No. 5, April 13th, 1998
- No. 6, May, 1998
- No. 7, June 1998
- No. 8, July 1998
- No. 9, August 1998
- No. 10, September 1998
- No. 11, October 1998
- No. 12, November 1998
- No. 13, December 1998
- No. 14, January 1999
- No. 15, February 1999
- No. 16, March 1999
- No. 17, hacked beyond recovery?
- No. 18, May 1999