The World Wide Web: Beneath the Surf
by Mark Handley, Jon Crowcroft
Publisher: UCL Press 1994
The World Wide Web WWW is a global information system which is set to revolutionize the world of information search, retrieval and browsing via the Internet. This book serves as an authoritative introduction to concepts and design required to use the WWW. The book is intended for systems operators and managers, IT managers, computer science undergraduates, and general Internet users.
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