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Magazine articles on the state and evolution of the internet.
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PC World
September 1, 2000
Judy Heim
Locking Out the Disabled Office buildings have wheelchair ramps, TV has closed captions, but many Web sites are inaccessible to people with disabilities. Things don't have to be that way. mark for My Articles 93 similar articles
Search Engine Watch
July 27, 2000
Danny Sullivan
New Domain Names Coming Yes, it looks like new top level domain names may finally be coming -- but what they will be, how they will be assigned, and whether they will actually be used remains undecided. So, don't panic. mark for My Articles 370 similar articles
Information Today
May 22, 2000
Chris Sherman
New Web Map Reveals Previously Unseen 'Bow Tie' Organizational Structure A new map of cyberspace shows that the Web resembles a bow tie, with divisive boundaries that can make navigation between regions difficult or even impossible, according to a new study published by researchers at AltaVista, Compaq, and IBM.... mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
June 30, 2000
Scott Rosenberg
Microsoft's .Net: Visionary or vaporware? Having trouble reading Gates' latest road map to the future? You're not alone. Here's some help. mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
June 21, 2000
Katharine Mieszkowski
Stop the Web! We own those links! British Telecom claims it has patented hyperlinks, but one of the icons of Web history tells a different story. mark for My Articles 189 similar articles
September 21, 1999
Scott Rosenberg
Domain name dunces Network Solutions fumbles its free e-mail scheme. Can we trust it with our Net addresses? mark for My Articles 332 similar articles
June 8, 2000
Lee Quarnstrom
"Betty Friedan a sexpot?" Carl Friedan abuses the Web in an ugly breach of divorce etiquette. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
March 2000
Frank Rose
TV or not TV BSkyB aims to capture Europe's i-TV market with a Sun set-top strategy. But a growing Microsoft alliance has different plans. Will interactive TV be compatible with the Internet? mark for My Articles 218 similar articles
January 2000
Dan Huttenlocher & Angela Moll
On DigiPaper and the Dissemination of Electronic Documents Proposal for a new image-based document representation, called DigiPaper, which is designed to easily disseminate electronic documents with a guaranteed appearance. DigiPaper's compression performance is analyzed. mark for My Articles 206 similar articles
Vol 22 Num 2 1999
Jim Williams
The Case for Plain Old Internet Telephony ...Internet telephony as we know it today may have appeal only to small niche markets, but the Internet may change all that... mark for My Articles 248 similar articles
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