100 Ideas That Changed the WebPublication details: United Kingdom; Laurence King Publishing; 2014Description: 216 Pages; PaperbackISBN:
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|Book Adult and Young Adult 15-17||Karachi Computing and the Internet||004.67 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Checked out||05/04/2023||PKLC009101|
|Book Adult and Young Adult 15-17||Lahore Computing and the Internet||004.67 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Lost Checked out||15/01/2022||PKLC000054|
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This innovative title looks at the history of the Web from its early roots in the research projects of the US government to the interactive online world we know and use today. Fully illustrated with images of early computing equipment and the inside story of the online worlds movers and shakers, the book explains the origins of the Webs key technologies, such as hypertext and mark-up language, the social ideas that underlie its networks, such as open source, and creative commons, and key moments in its development, such as the movement to broadband and the Dotcom Crash. Later ideas look at the origins of social networking and the latest developments on the Web, such as The Cloud and the Semantic Web. Following the design of the previous titles in the series, this book will be in a new, smaller format. It provides an informed and fascinating illustrated history of our most used and fastest-developing technology.
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