This week, we would like you to submit the results of your Boolean query using Alta Vista's advanced Boolean search and the list of links you compiled during the Treasure Hunt. Copy and Paste these into a message to email@example.com, clearly separating and labeling the results of the advanced Boolean search and the Treasure Hunt list. Remember that the Treasure Hunt list should list URL's, not answers. The subject of the message should be "Lab 2 - Your Name" where "Your Name" is replaced by your name. As usual, be sure to include any comments, questions or extra credit.
If you need help remembering how to send email, follow this link. If you are using Netscape Mail, do not forget to set your identity under "Edit | Preferences".
If there are any files which you downloaded or created which you wish to save for next week, then transfer them to your Unix account using Netscape's FTP as in Lab 1 (Put them in the directory you created entitled "COS111")
You may also wish to send yourself a copy of your Treasure Hunt links, or the other interesting links you compiled during the first half of the lab. You can do this easily by sending yourself the same message that you sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every week when you leave the lab, you should take a moment to delete any files you have saved onto the Desktop. This helps keep the computers from becoming cluttered, and also ensures that students in labs which meet after yours will not have access to your answers.
To delete a file, click on its icon with the mouse and then press Delete.
If you've completed the lab, sent your email to email@example.com and transferred your work to your Unix account, then you are finished and free to go. Don't forget to log out in one of the following ways.
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