The Web, a Multilingual Encyclopedia
by Marie Lebert
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 2013
The web is an encyclopedia of the world by the world for the world. This book is a chronology in 31 chapters from 1974 to 2010. The quotes are excerpts from the interviews conducted by the author during several years and published in the same collection.
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