The SEP web site offers SEP reports 70 through 91 to our sponsors. Furthermore, it presents older reports and Jon Claerbout's books to the general public. Claerbout's books and the most recent reports are offered in a simple, albeit powerful, format: table-of-contents pages present a short summary of each chapter, a hyperlink to the Postscript version of the paper, and another hyperlink to a tar file that contains the author's entire source directory. In principle, such a source directory enables the reader to recompute effortlessly the author's results, if the reader has a basic set of SEP tools.
SEP also offers all of its software tools on its web pages. These tools include the basic set necessary to reproduce SEP documents. A short HTML page describes each software package's purpose, installation, and usage. Conceptually, the SEP document and tool pages export the entire SEP software environment to our sponsors and (with the exception of the recent reports) to the rest of the world.
This paper lists the various software packages and SEP documents that SEP offers at its web site. The authors, furthermore, briefly discuss the benefits and practicalities of future free seismic software and electronic publishing.