Weaving the web : the original design and ultimate destiny of the world wide web by its inventor / Tim Berners-Lee ; with Mark Fischetti ; [foreword by Michael Dertouzos].

By: Berners-Lee, Tim [Author]Contributor(s): Fischetti, Mark | Δερτούζος, Μιχάλης, 1936-2001Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: New York : Harper, 2000Edition: 1st paperback edDescription: ix, 246 p. ; 21 cmISBN: 9780062515872; 006251587X (paper)Subject(s): World Wide Web -- History | Internet | Perrotis College -- Bachelor of science degreeDDC classification: 004.678
Contents:
1. Enquire within upon everything. - - 2. Tangles, links, and webs. - - 3. info.cern.ch. - - 4. Protocols: simple rules for global systems. - - 5. Going global. - - 6. Browsing. - - 7. Changes. - - 8. Consortium. - - 9. Competition and consensus. - - 10. Web of people. - - 11. Privacy. - - 12. Mind to mind. - - 13. Machines and the web. - - 14. Weaving the web.
Summary: The genius who brought us WWW and HTTP reveals how he invented the Web, reflects on its impact, and predicts where it's headed.
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Κεντρική Βιβλιοθήκη της Αμερικανικής Γεωργικής Σχολής και του Κολεγίου Περρωτής.

"Dimitris & Aliki Perrotis" Central Library

Κεντρική Βιβλιοθήκη της Αμερικανικής Γεωργικής Σχολής και του Κολεγίου Περρωτής.

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Includes appendix, glossary, and index.

1. Enquire within upon everything. - - 2. Tangles, links, and webs. - - 3. info.cern.ch. - - 4. Protocols: simple rules for global systems. - - 5. Going global. - - 6. Browsing. - - 7. Changes. - - 8. Consortium. - - 9. Competition and consensus. - - 10. Web of people. - - 11. Privacy. - - 12. Mind to mind. - - 13. Machines and the web. - - 14. Weaving the web.

The genius who brought us WWW and HTTP reveals how he invented the Web, reflects on its impact, and predicts where it's headed.

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