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(1992): Object-Oriented Interface Design: IBM Common User Access Guidelines. Carmel, Indiana, Que

Brochure and Diskette: The CUA Vision: Bringing the Future Into Focus (G242-0215). The diskette has an animation of how IBM sees some of the future of user interface. There are some non-IBM systems that also hold copies of this. The known places are: * hobbes.nmsu.edu (128.123.35.151) pub/os2/info directory. (IBMCUA-1.ZOO and IBMCUA-2.ZOO) * BIX: IBM.OS2/LISTINGS (CUAVD.TXT AND CUAVDn.ZIP:n=1 to 7) * Compuserv: IBM FILES data library of the IBMOS2 forum. * Icaro BBS, in Madrid, Spain. Phone 34-1-519-4645. (8,n,1, speed up to V32bis) * The Hub BBS (203-663-1147). File area 55 ... OS/2 - Text (IBMCUAn.LZH n=1 to 5) VHS Videocassette: The CUA Vision: Bringing the Future Into Focus. The video talks about the CUA interface, why it is the way it is and how it might develop. * GV26-1003-00 Tape: VHS Signal: NTSC * GV26-1004-00 Tape: VHS Signal: PAL * GV26-1005-00 Tape: VHS Signal: SECAM

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Wurman, Richard S. (2000): Information Anxiety 2, 2nd Ed. Que

Power, Richard (2000): Tangled Web: Tales of Digital Crime from the Shadows of Cyberspace. Indianapolis, Que

With the intense growth of e-business, we hear about an increase in hacking and technology-based criminal incidents. Institutions such as Citibank and Ebay have faced intrusions that have cost them millions of dollars in damages. With the onset of these criminal attacks, there is an increase in demand for products and services that provide more information for people. Tangled Web: Tales of Digital Crime from the Shadows of Cyberspace portrays the shadow side of cyberspace by taking you into the lairs of hackers, crackers, researchers, private investigators, law enforcement agents and intelligence officers. The book covers what kinds of cyber-crimes are going to affect business on the Internet, their cost, how they are investigated, and the motivation of hackers and virus writers. Also covered are the problems faced by law enforcement, corporate cyber security professionals, and real-world examples of cyber crimes and lessons learned.

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