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Introducing the Past, Present, and Future of the Web

  • Jonathan Lane
  • Tom Barker
  • Joseph R. Lewis
  • Meitar Moscovitz

Abstract

Believe it or not, when we were kids the standard way to send a message to a friend or family member was by mail. Not e-mail, mind you, but the physical kind requiring a stamp on the envelope. Fax machines came blazing onto the scene and revolutionized communications because, all of a sudden, you could send a document across the country in a matter of minutes, rather than a number of days. Personal computers were starting to show up in houses, but they generally cost an arm and a leg, and they certainly did not have any sort of way of communicating with the outside world. For the most part, assignments in school were handwritten, unless you had a typewriter at home! It was just the standard.

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World Wide Markup Language Scalable Vector Graphic Cascade Style Sheet Original Edition 
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© Jonathan Lane, Tom Barker, Joseph R. Lewis, and Meitar Moscovitz 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jonathan Lane
  • Tom Barker
  • Joseph R. Lewis
  • Meitar Moscovitz

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