Written by an industry expert, this must-have tome explores the history and growth of the Web and Internet from its philosophical foundations to its eventual realization as the largest network ever built. It's the perfect resource for technologists, cyber-inventors, and Web enthusiasts who want to fully understand the intricacies of the technological creation of one of the most powerful innovations of the 20th century.
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