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WEAVING THE WEB

by | Read by Tim Berners-Lee

Business & Finance • 3 hrs. • Abridged • © 1999

Here's yet another history of the Web, this time by it's creator; that is, the person who figured out how to connect documents and files in different computers to one another. Tim Berners-Lee actually did this, using HTML and HTTP, coining the name "World Wide Web," as well. In lecture style he recounts the chronology of these events and other players in the field. The book and his narration provide a forum to discuss his philosophy of open access, self-policing and other sensitive issues such as censorship, privacy and the influence of software and hardware companies on the Web and the Internet. Passionately presented, WEAVING THE WEB is an insider's look at one of the most influential phenomena in today's society. M.B.K. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB/MAR 01]

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Formats

Retail pak • Harper Audio • 1999

CS ISBN 0694521256 $18.00 • Two cassettes

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