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  Gopher Systems Ltd - Bespoke Website Design & Development Solutions - Pewsey, Wiltshire, UK
Gopher Systems Ltd - Bespoke Website Design & Development Solutions - Pewsey, Wiltshire, UK Wiltshire website design, e-commerce, website development, W3C website accessibility, database web sites based in Wiltshire, UK.
Gopher Systems Ltd. is a website design & development company based in Wiltshire, UK.
We are located in Pewsey, Wiltshire, UK with ideal geographical access to website development clients in cities and towns such as Bristol, Bath, Reading, Salisbury, Swindon and surrounding areas.
www.gopher-systems.co.uk   (228 words)

  Gopher protocol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gopher's original design goal for sharing documents was similar in scope to the World Wide Web, and as such has been almost completely displaced by it.
As of 2004, there are still a few Gopher servers present on the net, in organizations such as the Smithsonian Institution and the US government; a few are also being maintained by enthusiasts of the protocol.
Gopher support was disabled in Internet Explorer in June, 2002 due to a security vulnerability; it can be re-enabled by editing the Windows registry (see External Links).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gopher_protocol   (690 words)

 CTTC - Gopher Tortoise Conservation by Harold Wahlquist
Gopher tortoises are found from southeastern South Carolina through southern Georgia and most of Florida (except the Everglades), westward through southern Alabama and Mississippi and the eastern "toe" of Louisiana.
The gopher tortoise serves as a seed dispersal agent for native grasses and returns leached nutrients to the surface during burrow construction.
Gopher tortoises are still common in northern and central parts of peninsular Florida, but peripheral populations in the west and south have disappeared or are declining rapidly.
www.tortoise.org /archives/gopher.html   (2063 words)

 Gopher Tortoise   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Gopher tortoise burrows are usually easy to spot in the landscape because of the characteristic mound of loose sand at the burrow entrance (called the "apron").
Gopher tortoise burrows remain at a fairly constant temperature and humidity level year-round, thus providing shelter for the tortoise during periods of extreme temperatures, drought, and fire.
The Gopher Tortoise Council was formed in 1978 by a group of southeastern biologists and other citizens concerned with the decline of the gopher tortoise.
www.gophertortoisecouncil.org /tortoise.htm   (2089 words)

 Gopher Tortoise   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Gopher tortoises dig burrows -- typically ranging in size from 20 to 30 feet long and from six to eight feet deep -- with their shovel-like front legs.
The gopher tortoise is a keystone species, meaning its extinction would result in measurable changes to the ecosystem in which it occurs.
Gopher tortoises usually mate during April and May. Shortly after mating, the female lays between three and 15 eggs, either in a sandy mound in front of her burrow or a nearby sunny place.
www.uga.edu /srel/gopher.htm   (913 words)

 Gopher Snakes
Gopher snakes are related to pine and bull snakes.
A gopher who cannot hide away when he wants to will become stressed and may become ill. If you obtain a tall 20 gal tank, place some clean branches inside for climbing.
Gopher snakes will often burrow under the chips or soil if it is deep enough; in this case, you will not have to provide a hide box.
www.anapsid.org /gopher.html   (1432 words)

 NSiS: Florida Wildlife - Gopher Tortoises
Gopher tortoises are the only tortoises native to the United States, and the only tortoise found in Florida.
The Gopher Turtle or Tortoise, Gopherus polypnemus, is found in areas with dry ground in north and central Florida.
Gopher Tortoises usually mate during April and May. Several weeks later the female lays 4-7 eggs in a sand mound near her burrow.
www.nsis.org /wildlife/rept/turt-tort.html   (203 words)

 Gopher Tortoise
One of the gopher tortoise's important roles in the ecosystem is to spread the seeds of many plants in its droppings.
Gopher tortoises use a variety of upland habitats that are common in central Florida, including scrub, pine flatwoods, and the dune along the beach.
Gopher tortoises are often called wildlife landlords because their burrows are essential to the lives and well-being of many other wildlife species.
www.nbbd.com /godo/ef/gtortoise   (2140 words)

 RFC 1436 (rfc1436) - The Internet Gopher Protocol (a distributed document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Gopher interface is designed to resemble a file system since a file system is a good model for organizing documents and services; the user sees what amounts to one big networked information system containing primarily document items, directory items, and search items (the latter allowing searches for documents across subsets of the information base).
The internet Gopher Model A detailed BNF rendering of the internet Gopher syntax is available in the appendix...but a close reading of the appendix may not be necessary to understand the internet Gopher protocol.
In essence, the Gopher protocol consists of a client connecting to a server and sending the server a selector (a line of text, which may be empty) via a TCP connection.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1436.html   (4486 words)

 Gopher Tortoise: A Species in Decline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Gopher tortoise populations are scattered throughout the coastal plain of the southeastern United States, with most being found in north-central Florida and southern Georgia.
Gopher tortoises, or "gophers" as they are commonly called, live in dry habitats, such as longleaf pine-scrub oak sandhills and clayhills, live oak and red oak hammocks, sand pine scrub, wire grass flatwoods, dry prairies, and coastal dune ecosystems.
Gopher burrows are the lifeblood of dry, sandy uplands.
edis.ifas.ufl.edu /scripts/htmlgen.exe?DOCUMENT_UW048   (2230 words)

 GOPHER Clients
Gopher leads the user through a series of menus organized by common subjects or areas of interest.
The original idea for Gopher came from the University of Minnesota, whose football team is known as the Golden Gophers.
The IBM Gopher was produced by David Singer at the IBM Almaden Research facility.
www.yale.edu /pclt/WINWORLD/GOPHER.HTM   (1515 words)

 Wired News: Gopher: Underground Technology
Their protocol, called "gopher" after the UMN mascot, allowed archivists to present the mishmash of information in a standard format, and enabled readers to navigate documents on a world of servers using a simple visual interface.
In addition to managing what is to his knowledge the largest actively maintained gopher server in existence, Goerzen is the developer of a gopher server called PyGopherd, and the maintainer of the original gopher code from the University of Minnesota.
Gopher support is built into Mozilla-based browsers including Firefox, most versions of Netscape and Internet Explorer up to version 5, although the degree of support varies.
www.wired.com /news/technology/0,1282,62988,00.html   (903 words)

 Pocket Gophers Management Guidelines--UC IPM
Mounds are formed as the gopher digs its tunnel and pushes the loose dirt to the surface.
Gophers usually live alone within their burrow system, except for females with young or when breeding, and may occur in densities of up to 16 to 20 per acre.
When a single gopher, which is capable of causing damage rapidly, invades a yard or garden, a gardener cannot afford to wait for an owl to arrive.
www.ipm.ucdavis.edu /PMG/PESTNOTES/pn7433.html   (2502 words)

 Botta’s pocket gopher - DesertUSA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Gopher is derived from the French word gaufre, for honeycomb, a reference to the animal’s subterranean network.
Strictly vegetarian, pocket gophers eat a panoply of herbaceous plants, grasses, tubers, bulbs and roots of native plants, weeds and shrubs.
Pocket gophers generally live where they can find good soils for excavation, which could mean any environment from the desert up into the mountains.
www.desertusa.com /mag01/jun/papr/gopher.html   (623 words)

 NetLingo: The lowdown on Gopher, Archie, Veronica, Jughead   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
NetLingo: The lowdown on Gopher, Archie, Veronica, Jughead
The lowdown on Archie, Gopher, Veronica and Jughead
You can use a Gopher to Telnet to a location or to FTP a file or to do just about anything else--as long as that option is listed on the Gopher menu.
www.netlingo.com /more/gopher.html   (492 words)

 The Internet Gopher
Gopher is a protocol system, which in advance of the World Wide Web, allowed server based text files to be hierarchically organised and easily viewed by end users who accessed the server using Gopher applications on remote computers.
As for the naming of the system, the University of Minnesota sports teams were called the ‘Golden Gophers’ and the sports mascot was thus a large gopher, it has been said that the protocol was named in honour of the mascot, and also as in an assistant who's sent to ‘go for’ things.
The Gopher:// manifesto - Document arguing the case for a whole range of benefits that could stem from a revival of the gopher protocol.
www.codeghost.com /gopher_history.html   (332 words)

 Internet Basics 101 - gopher   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Gopher was the first simple Menu Based Interface that allowed you to search for information, connect you to text files, download binary files, or go to another menu.
Gopher also introduced bookmarks - which offered a way to help you remember a new found site or marked locations on the internet that you visit frequently.
Gopher is still accessible these days through most Web Browsers (though it might take you back a few years) by entering a URL something like: gopher://gopher.tc.umn.edu.
www.usd.edu /trio/tut/start/gopher.shtml   (389 words)

 Pocket Gopher
May be distinguished from other pocket gophers (except South Texas Pocket Gopher) by the 2 distinct grooves down front of each upper incisor.
the plains pocket gopher is cinnamon brown in color, with a lighter belly; the tail has some white hairs; this gopher has four large claws on its front feet the males are longer than the females; males measure 285 to 298 mm and weigh 226.5 to 343 g
habitat loss is an important limiting factor, since the main habitat for plains pocket gophers, the tall-grass prairie, has been reduced drastically environmental contamination is a possible limiting factor competition for food and habitat with the northern pocket gopher is another factor limiting the expansion of the habitat used by the plains pocket gopher
www.holoweb.com /cannon/pocket.htm   (553 words)

Gopher was developed in 1991 and first used at the University of Minnesota and named after its mascot.
Gopher is a menu-driven interface that allows a user to browse for text information served off of various Gopher servers.
After 1996 most Gopher servers were either converted to the World Wide Web or taken offline.
www.computerhope.com /jargon/g/gopher.htm   (140 words)

 Gopher - a Whatis.com definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
From about 1992 through 1996, Gopher was an Internet application in which hierarchically-organized text files could be brought from servers all over the world to a viewer on your computer.
Although most Gopher browsers and files are text-based, Gopher browsers, notably HyperGopher, were developed that displayed graphic images (GIF and JPEG files) that were included in Gopher file directories.
The Gopher Menu at the University of Minnesota was a primary starting place for exploring the world's Gopher information hierarchy and it may still be active (although the servers it links to no longer are).
searchwebservices.techtarget.com /sDefinition/0,,sid26_gci212203,00.html   (258 words)

 RFC 1436 (rfc1436)
Assume that a "well- known" Gopher server (this may be duplicated, details are discussed Anklesari, McCahill, Lindner, Johnson, Torrey & Alberti [Page 3] RFC 1436 Gopher March 1993 later) listens at a well known port for the campus (much like a domain-name server).
Examples of such servers include Gopher-to-FTP gateways, Gopher-to- archie gateways, Gopher-to-WAIS gateways, etc. There are a number of Anklesari, McCahill, Lindner, Johnson, Torrey & Alberti [Page 7] RFC 1436 Gopher March 1993 advantages of such mechanisms.
Anklesari, McCahill, Lindner, Johnson, Torrey & Alberti [Page 8] RFC 1436 Gopher March 1993 All intelligence is carried by the server implementation rather than the protocol.
www.cse.ohio-state.edu /cgi-bin/rfc/rfc1436.html   (4686 words)

 Gopher   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Gopher was developed at the University of Minnesota.
Select the gopher server which you want to explore.This can be done by either using the cursor keys to move onto the number, or by typing the number before the server.
The latest version of the new DOS gopher client, PC Gopher III version 1.05, is now available via gopher to gopher.tc.umn.edu, or anonymous ftp to boombox.micro.umn.edu, in /pub/gopher/PC_client.
archive.ncsa.uiuc.edu /Edu/ICG/pt1.ch7.search_tools/pt1.ch7.gopher.html   (861 words)

 Gopher Tortoise Protection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Gopher Tortoises are listed by the State of Florida as a species of special concern.
As described in the contract specifications, permits must be obtained for the relocation or taking of this species.
For current Gopher Tortoise policy and guidelines please refer http://wld.fwc.state.fl.us/permits/default.htm.
www.saj.usace.army.mil /pd/gopher.htm   (107 words)

 Gopher - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Gopher's day out (Disney's My very first Winnie the Pooh)
Greasy Grimy Gopher Guts: The Subversive Folklore of Childhood (American Storytelling)
Roy Rogers and the Gopher creek gunman: An original story featuring Roy Rogers, famous motion picture star, as the hero
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /gopher.htm   (116 words)

 Gopher Tutorial   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Gopher is a distributed document delivery service that supports access to various types of data residing on multiple hosts in a seamless fashion.
The gopher client runs on your local machine and talks to gopher servers all over the network.
Once you connect to a gopher server, you seamlessly connect to other gopher servers all around the world without worrying about the names or locations of those servers.
www.inetnebr.com /help/tutorials/gopher.html   (281 words)

 The Gopher Manifesto
(http://www.mozilla.org) - Investigate the "plugin possibility": the last Gopher server was ported to FreeBSD; developer says a release of the VR Gopher source code (still proprietary!) could give Gopher a future as a plugin...
Gopher+ was a bridge spanning the 1200-baud world of its existence with the 56K future only a few years ahead.
And in order to provide commercial services, Gopher servers with greater encryption and security features must be developed.
www.27.org /gopher-manifesto   (1035 words)

 Gopher - Physical Education Equipment, Athletics, Fitness & Health – Supplying to Schools, and Fitness & Recreation ...
Gopher - Physical Education Equipment, Athletics, Fitness & Health – Supplying to Schools, and Fitness & Recreation Centers
If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason, at any time, simply contact us for a replacement, account credit, or purchase price refund.
Every Gopher product is backed by an Unconditional 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
www.gophersport.com   (104 words)

 What is gopher? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary
With the ascendance of the Web, many gopher databases were converted to Web sites which can be more easily accessed via Web search engines.
Gopher was developed at the University of Minnesota and named after the school's mascot.
Gopher Media Services Corporation Company Research - Find information on Gopher Media Services Corporation with operations and products, financials, officers, competitors and more at Hoover's.
www.webopedia.com /TERM/g/gopher.html   (488 words)

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