Mosaic and the World Wide Web

  title={Mosaic and the World Wide Web},
  author={Ronald J. Vetter and Christopher G. Spell and Charles R. Ward},
The World-Wide Web, an information service on the Internet, uses hypertext links to other textual documents or files. Users can click on a highlighted word or words in the text to provide additional information about the selected word(s). Users can also access graphic pictures, images, audio clips, or even full-motion video through hypermedia, an extension of hypertext. One of the most popular graphics-oriented browsers is Mosaic, which was developed at the National Center for Supercomputing… CONTINUE READING


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