webSERVER software

Joseph H. Kirkbride, Jr. jkirkbri at ASRR.ARSUSDA.GOV
Fri Mar 24 08:04:10 CST 2000

We are now waiting on the publication of a CD-ROM covering the fruits and
seeds of all legume genera.  The Booklet and tray card for the jewel case
have been printed, and the CD-ROM itself is now being duplicated.  There
are more than 1,600 image files on the CD-ROM.  If you want to read the
publishers information, go to the following URL:

We are doing this using the DELTA software system.  The information and
imgaes are stored and manipulated through the DELTA software, and they are
access throught the interactive program INTKEY, also part of the DELTA
software system.  I highly recommend the system.

Joseph H. Kirkbride, Jr.
USDA, Agricultural Research Service
Systematic Botany and Mycology Laboratory
Room 304, Building 011A, BARC-West
Beltsville, Maryland 20705-2350 USA
Voice telephone: 301-504-9447
FAX: 301-504-5810
Internet: jkirkbri at asrr.arsusda.gov

On Thu, 23 Mar 2000, John Shuey wrote:

> >
> I too would like to see more on this thread, but with a twist.  I'm wondering if
> anyone has experience with software that could create a webpage-like environment
> on a CD disk.  I'm contemplating a faunal review of Belize butterflies, and
> would like to publish it on CD.  I'd like essentially have it work like a
> complex web site, but without the wait.  For example, click on a species name
> and get a digital image to pull up  -- or from the text, search the database for
> records based on user defined criteria.
> Any ideas???
> --
> John Shuey
> Director of Conservation Science
> Indiana Office of The Nature Conservancy
> phone:  317-923-7547
> fax:  317-923-7582
> email:  Jshuey at tnc.org

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