Collaborative Browsing in the World Wide Web

@inproceedings{Sidler1997CollaborativeBI,
  title={Collaborative Browsing in the World Wide Web},
  author={Gabriel Sidler and Andrew D Scott and H. F. Wolf},
  year={1997}
}
The World Wide Web (WWW) is today the most successful service of the Internet. The richness of information available combined with easy access to this information makes it a premier information gathering tool for researchers and consumers, however, the model of today’s WWW does not include the users. The WWW is a purely information focused environment, consisting of documents and links between these documents. The virtual world formed by the linked information on the WWW is completely separated… CONTINUE READING
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