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1 The " Introduction " is co-authored by Zoe Baird and Arthur Lupia. It builds from themes and content first presented in Baird (1999). Subsequent sections draw on a report entitled " Evaluation: The Web White and Blue Network 2000 " by Arthur Lupia. The interpretations of data in those sections represent Dr. Lupia's professional judgments and not the views(More)
This paper investigates the history of economic bubbles and attempts to identify whether there are direct correlations between different bubbles. To support this research, literature has been consulted on historical and recent bubbles, theories surrounding speculation, the market for venture capital, and bubbles in the technology sector. By analysing a(More)
With the fast growth of Linked Data, many datasets have been made available for public access. However, with an increased number of elderly and people with disabilities becoming technologically knowledgeable , it has been noted that few applications have been developed for this population group using Linked Data. In this paper, we present RailGB, a(More)
Although it has been around for 11 years, it is still not clear where Web 2.0 will lead. This paper presents a general discussion of past and recent trends that may positively influence the direction of Web 2.0, including cloud computing and other emerging business models. In order to move forward, Web 3.0 is proposed for the next generation of work that(More)
This paper describes three tools that have been developed to help overcome accessibility, usability and productivity issues identified by disabled students. The Web2Access website allows users to test any Web 2.0 site or software application against a series of checks linked to the WCAG 2.0 and other guidelines. The Access Tools accessible menu helps with(More)
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