World Wide Web applications track (track introduction only)

Abstract

Initially the Web was intended to provide a simple mechanism that would make it easy for users to share information across disparate and distributed computing platforms. While it can indeed still fill this need, its growth has for the most part transformed it into a mass-audience broadcast medium delivering complex, highly designed multi-media that have been carefully designed atWaet the attention of those who are browsing to find something of interest.

DOI: 10.1145/338407.339033

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{Inder2000WorldWW, title={World Wide Web applications track (track introduction only)}, author={Robert Inder}, booktitle={SAC '00}, year={2000} }