The Information Revolution: The Not-for-dummies Guide to the History, Technology, and Use of the World Wide Web

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Ironbound Press, 2005 - Computers - 350 pages
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"The Information Revolution" explains:- How the Internet was navigated and how information was managed before the arrival of the Web.- Who invented the Web and how its creator's vision and committment helped to ensure the Web's success.- How the Web works, and why its technology spread so rapidly.- How the Web has a hidden, dark side that tracks information about us.- How the Web evolved into a multimedia information publication system and its impact on publishing and broadcasting.- Why information is the lifeblood of the Web, and how the Web constitutes an information space on the Internet.- How the Web empowers individuals.- Why the Web must change - to survive.

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