Untangling the Web: A Guide to Internet Research
by Kurtis Toppert, Walter Seager (eds)
Publisher: Penny Hill Press 2007
Number of pages: 651
The Internet -- in all its glory of information and misinformation -- is for all practical purposes limitless, which of course means we can never know it all, see it all, understand it all, or even imagine all it is and will be. The more we know about the Internet, the more acute is our awareness of what we do not know.
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