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Weaving the Web

Author : Tim Berners-Lee
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Discusses the origins and evolution of the Web, offers insights into the current state of the Web, and shares a blueprint for the future

Weaving the web

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Weaving the Web

Author : Richard Lohan
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Weaving the Web

Author : Tim Berners-Lee
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Weaving the Web of Days

Author : Don Sakers
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Maj Thovold has led the Galaxy for three decades, a Golden Age of peace and prosperity. She is weary and ready to resign, but two pieces of unfinished business remain. The first is her choice of a successor; the second, an old enemy that only she has the power to defeat. The last battle will take place on the strangest battlefield known: a web of living tendrils that stretches across interstellar space. A web where Maj's enemies wait, like spiders, for their prey....

Weaving the Web

Author : Tim Berners-Lee
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Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web (WWW), has been hailed by Time magazine as one of the 100 greatest minds of the 20th cent. His idea was fueled by a highly personal vision of the Web as a powerful force for social change & individual creativity. He has never profited personally from the Web but has devoted himself to its continued growth & health. Now, this genius tells his own story of the Web's origins -- from its revolutionary introduction & the creation of the now ubiquitous WWW & HTTP acronyms to how he sees the future development of this revolutionary medium. Today, he is director of the WWW Consort. & from his position at the MIT Lab. for Computer Sci.

Weaving the Web The Original Design and Ultimate Destiny of the World Wide Web

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Weaving the Web

Author : Berners
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Weaving the Web of the Future

Author : M. W. F. Lankester
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Web Weaving

Author : Paula Boyle
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Intranets and Extranets are the fastest growing use of internet technology and are being adopted by a large number of organizations. `Web-Weaving' is a book for managers which illustrates the benefits and pitfalls of using technology to enhance internal and external connections. The book brings together a number of the hottest subjects in IT and Organizational Development using contributions from innovative thinkers and practitioners in both areas. The first section defines what web-weaving actual is, describing the huge range of communication technology available to organizations at the moment. The second section reviews web-weaving in practice using case studies of companies using intranet and extranet technology. The third section brings together commentaries from leading players in both the IT and Human Resources fields to predict the future of web-weaving and the huge impact it will have on the way organizations and the people within them will work together in the future.

Weaving the Dark Web

Author : Robert W. Gehl
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An exploration of the Dark Web—websites accessible only with special routing software—that examines the history of three anonymizing networks, Freenet, Tor, and I2P. The term “Dark Web” conjures up drug markets, unregulated gun sales, stolen credit cards. But, as Robert Gehl points out in Weaving the Dark Web, for each of these illegitimate uses, there are other, legitimate ones: the New York Times's anonymous whistleblowing system, for example, and the use of encryption by political dissidents. Defining the Dark Web straightforwardly as websites that can be accessed only with special routing software, and noting the frequent use of “legitimate” and its variations by users, journalists, and law enforcement to describe Dark Web practices (judging them “legit” or “sh!t”), Gehl uses the concept of legitimacy as a window into the Dark Web. He does so by examining the history of three Dark Web systems: Freenet, Tor, and I2P. Gehl presents three distinct meanings of legitimate: legitimate force, or the state's claim to a monopoly on violence; organizational propriety; and authenticity. He explores how Freenet, Tor, and I2P grappled with these different meanings, and then discusses each form of legitimacy in detail by examining Dark Web markets, search engines, and social networking sites. Finally, taking a broader view of the Dark Web, Gehl argues for the value of anonymous political speech in a time of ubiquitous surveillance. If we shut down the Dark Web, he argues, we lose a valuable channel for dissent.

Weaving the Web

Author : Huan Mee
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Weaving a Web of Environmental Law

Author : Barbara J. Lausche
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Weaving the Net

Author : Council on Foreign Relations
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China is emerging as a new great power in Asia. But what kind of power will China become--a wealthy trading partner or a belligerent adversary? This book argues for an American strategy that acknowledges and is fully prepared to deal with the vast uncertainty about China's future trajectory.

Weaving Balzac s Web

Author : James Madden
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This study explores the process by which Balzac made use of the unique structure of his fictional world to create subtlety and complexity both within and between the individual works of "La Comedie humaine." Internal narrations--scenes of story-telling--offer a particularly rich field of study as characters tell each other stories about other characters. Because of the system of recurring characters, Balzac's narrative framing creates layers of meaning, thus raising questions that resonate throughout the whole textual edifice. "Weaving Balzac's Web" shows how story-telling scenes can serve as windows into the depths of Balzac's masterpiece and reveal the carefully construction complexities and ambiguities that lie enmeshed in its vast narrative web.

Weaving the Web With illustrations

Author : Huan MEE (pseud.)
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Witchcraft and the Web

Author : M. Macha NightMare
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An unconventional look at the cultural effects of the Internet on contemporary Witchcraft. A growing movement with several million followers in the U.S. alone, Witchcraft is the most popular of Pagan paths. With the advent of Internet technology, a once-isolated community is now finding new ways to make connections. here, topics relevant to the modern web-savvy Witch include weaving a new web for the ancient/future religions of witchcraft, manipulating energy via electronic communications, accessing intuition in cyberspace and more. Includes listings of websites.

Weaving the Web

Author : Linda Knebel Pruden
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Weaving a Web of Confusion

Author : Francis Marsden
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Weaving a Web of Grace

Author : Susan Gallaher
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