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This list does not attempt to be exhaustive. It provides links to sources we have found particularly useful, and to other more comprehensive lists of sources on the subject.

FAQs

External Link  WWW Frequently Asked Questions, Guides and Manuals CUI

External Link  WWW Frequently Asked Questions CUI

WWW Origins

External Link  World Wide Web Consortium WWW Home Page - Where WWW began at Cern (it appears to be loosing its way though. The www consortium has become an exclusive (expensive membership) powerful vendor interest oriented group that seeks it seems, to morph the web to the end of those interests - rather different from the origins of the www)

External Link  IETF - Internet Engineering Task Force

External Link  NCSA Mosaic

External Link  Internet Resources Meta Index

External Link  Starting points for Internet Exploration

Book Publishers

External Link  O'Reilly at External Link  ora.com

External Link  Wrox Press

External Link  Addison Wesley Longman, Computer Science

External Link  McGraw Hill, Computing




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