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see World Wide WebWorld Wide Web
(WWW or W3), collection of globally distributed text and multimedia documents and files and other network services linked in such a way as to create an immense electronic library from which information can be retrieved quickly by intuitive searches.
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It is also inconsistent that a year-old emergency announcement would remain on the Web site while the controversial "Lead Not a Concern in County Water" announcement would be removed and destroyed without retaining a copy.
has created "How to Find Reliable Health Information on the Internet," which provides the basics of both searching and evaluating health information on the Web.
Other research teams began to explore what college students were doing on the Web beyond academics.
According to the META Group, "During the next 2-3 years, most packaged business applications and newer custom applications will have fairly complete event-driven interfaces that will be exposed via the Web services model, and Web services creation capability will be an automated part of virtually all development environments.
It also examines the contribution of the web site to the collection and documentation of international training management best practices and the role of the web site as an instrument of the DISAM corporate university.
Since using the web is still a new trend, having a web site labels your camp as a hip place.
Prognosticators see unlimited prospects for Web applications; Investors can't wait to pump dollars into any venture that appears to tap the Web in some new way.
They also added hypertext-- software technique that allows a visitor who double-clicks on a word, icon or graphic to call up more information by being electronically transported to a related site on the Web.
THIS ARTICLE EXAMINES the public searching of the Web and provides an overview of recent research exploring what we know about how people search the Web.
Due to both the technical complexities of the Web server environment and the informal undocumented work streams that often are used to populate these computer systems with documents, most Web servers have little or no application of records management techniques and principles to their repositories of potentially valuable records.