The X-33 on the Internet
An Annotated Arachniography
What do you call the Web version of an annotated bibliography?
From the latin comes arachne, meaning both a spider and its web
The word "arachniography" is the web equivalent of a bibliography,
so an annotated arachniography is similar to an annotated bibliography, but
for Internet pages and sites, rather than books and journal articles.
The X-33 on the Internet: An Annotated Arachniography is a
guide to X-33 sites and pages found by using several search engines: AltaVista, Excite,
Infoseek, Lycos, WebCrawler, and Yahoo!