ricardo at ANS.COM.AU
Wed Apr 21 08:39:16 CDT 1999
Download free evaluation copy.
BookWhere? is a powerful software package that runs on the Microsoft Windows
Operating System and allows the user to search remote databases for
published material of interest.
Link to this site is available on www.coleoptera.org in the directory
Hundreds of library catalogues and other types of information databases can
be searched via the Internet using BookWhere? The software comes with a
pre-configured list of available hosts and databases making access to this
universe of information easy and convenient.
The Essential Research Tool
SINGLE INTERFACE: This single interface is your window on global libraries.
BROADCAST SEARCHING: Fast, direct, simultaneous access to remote databases.
COMPREHENSIVE SOURCES: Select library catalogues from built in lists
organized by name, location or type.
HYPERLINK SEARCHES: Hyperlink to a second level search directly from
ANALYZE RESULTS: Customize the analysis window for grouping records by
various keys. Jump to a subset instantly.
EASY TO USE: Easy-to-use Windows-based interface.
EXPORT RECORDS: Supports ALL popular bibliographic citation management
packages. Transfer records directly to ProCite and Reference Manager.
MARC RECORDS: Supports the display and export of MARC records for use in
library automation systems
link to this site is available on www.coleoptera.org directory <Software
Keep care and be of good cheer.
(name) Vratislav Richard Eugene Maria John Baptiste
(surname) of Bejsak (Bayshark)-Collorado-Mansfeld
Coleoptera - Australia, Tenebrionidae of World
(incl. Lagriinae, Alleculinae)
University of Sydney
The Wentworth Bldg.,
phone : +61 414 540 465
e-mail: vratislav at bigfoot.com
ricardo at ans.com.au
(before Ricardo at compuserve.com
and ricardo at login.cz )
Only after the last tree has been cut down,
only after the last river has been poisoned,
only after the last fish has been caught,
only then will you find that money can not be eaten.'
CREE INDIAN PROPHECY.
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