Part 1 Introduction and contemporary issues: maps and the Internet - an introduction, M. Peterson; geographic information literacy and the World Wide Web, J. Krygier, D. Peoples; maps on the Web, W. Cartwright; dissemination of census and other statistical data through Web maps, C.P.J.M. van Elzakker, F. Ormeling et al; Internet cartography and official tourism destination Web sites, E.R. Richmond, C.P. Keller; The Internet, cartographic surveillance, and locational privacy, M. Monmonier. Part 2 Technical development: developing cartographic applets for the Internet, A. Herzog; GIS for everyone - the common GIS project and beyond, G. Andrienko, N. Andrienko, H. Voss; beyond serving maps - serving GIS functionality over the Internet, Bin Jiang; peer-to-peer sharing of cartographic data and software, Bin Li; online cartography with XML, I. Zaslavsky; Webmapping with scalable vector graphics, (SVG) - delivering the promise of high quality and interactive web maps, A. Neumann, A.M. Winter. A standards-based architecture for multi-purpose publishing of geodata on the web, L. Lehto; an intelligent software agent architecture for distributed cartographic knowledge bases and Internet mapping services, Ming-Hsiang Tsou; three-dimensional visualisation on the Internet, P. Ottoson; supporting wayfinding in desktop geovirtual environments, S. Fuhrmann. Part 3 Applications and user issues: mapping and internet based public transportation journey planning and information systems, P. Mooney, A.C. Winstanley; from maps to student interaction - creating a Web-based student atlas of Russia, J.S. Torguson, M.M. Blinnikov; historical geoinformation on the Web - lessons learned from the chapter 91 pilot project, A. Giordano; Web-based multimedia GIS - exploring interactive maps and associated multimedia information on the internet, S. Hu; Internet, maps and public participation - contemporary limits and possibilities, S. Caquard; Cartography, virtual reality, and the internet - integrating abstract models of the environment via the internet, R.G. Cammack; QuickTime virtual reality maps for the Web, W. Schwertley; telecartography - maps, multimedia and the mobile Internet, G. Gartner; geodata communication on personal digital assistants, PDA), T. Wintges. Part 4 Theoretical development: the concept of cybercartography, D.R. Fraser Taylor; modelling the visualization of Internet maps, L. Brodersen; foundations of research in Internet cartography, M. Peterson.