Posts Tagged ‘http’

Blasts from the past. A personal Web presence: 1993-1996.

Saturday, November 1st, 2014
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Egon Willighagen recently gave a presentation at the RSC entitled “The Web – what is the issue” where he laments how little uptake of web technologies as a “channel for communication of scientific knowledge and data” there is in chemistry after twenty years or more. It caused me to ponder what we were doing with the web twenty years ago. Our HTTP server started in August 1993, and to my knowledge very little content there has been deleted (it’s mostly now just hidden). So here are some ancient pages which whilst certainly not examples of how it should be done nowadays, give an interesting historical perspective. In truth, there is not much stuff that is older out there!

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Carbobenzene: benzene with a difference

Friday, April 16th, 2010
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Some molecules, when you first see them, just intrigue. So it was with carbobenzene, the synthesis of a derivative of which was recently achieved by Remi Chauvin and co-workers (DOI: 10.1002/chem.200601193). Two additional carbon atoms have been inserted into each of the six C-C bonds in benzene.

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Jmol and WordPress: Loading 3D molecular models, molecular isosurfaces and molecular vibrations into a blog

Saturday, April 12th, 2008