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    The World Wide Web is fairly intricate. The World Wide Web was first invented in 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee, at first “he fashioned a kind of “hypertext” notebook. Words in a document could be linked to other files on Berners-Lee’s computer” (128) Berner-Lee’s mind grow and he decide to try and take his finding to the next level by linking other computers to his thus came Hypertext Markup Language (128). Berner-Lee was very intelligent with his invention because he even formed rules for the World Wide Web more commonly known as Hypertext Transfer Protocol (128). Hypertext Transfer Protocol (H.T.T.P) was a major breakthrough for it is the request-response protocol that would allow a client to access an application or a server such as a web page.…

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    The World Wide Web dates back to 1980 when Tim Berners-Lee came up with a way to move one document from one computer to another. From there, the World Wide Web exploded on the scene and became the future of technology. Through the World Wide Web, we are able to communicate with each other through email, look up information when needed, and even keep track of our finances through financial documents that are kept online. Today, the World Wide Web is written in three fundamental…

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    The World Wide Web’s sole purpose was to be a source of information for researchers and scientists, Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented it to eradicate difficulty in sharing information. As the Web began to grow, the World Wide Web Foundation and Sir Tim realised that it is better if everyone had access to the internet and could use it for free without asking for permission or paying a fee. They also aimed to deliver better digital equality and to change the government and business policies for the…

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    Explain some of the technologies that have contributed to the exponential growth of the Internet and the World Wide Web (WWW). The Internet as we know it, has revolutionized the world, however its exponential growth came as a result from a few supportive technologies. The Telecommunication industry played a huge and vital role in the growth of the Internet. While most technologies before the Internet were one-way broadcasts, the Internet allowed information not only to be communicated, but to…

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    Technology is also a large factor that can contribute to people conforming to certain ideas. In the article, “Democracy, Narcissism, and the World Wide Web” Craig Condella emphasizes how so many people have become internet famous for no reason but just because they wanted to be. One of these people are Tila Tequila, although she claims to be famous for being an actress, modeling, rapping, singing and being a blogger she is mostly internet famous, “she gets somewhere from 3,000 to 5,000 new…

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    The Information Age, also known as the Computer Age or The Information Era, is the idea that the current period in human history will be characterized by the ability of humans to have access to technology and control’ information (Rouse, 2014). The Information Age has increased worldwide communication and shaped modern society. The two most powerful innovations from the Information age, the internet and the World Wide Web, have made tedious everyday tasks more efficient, opened up to new…

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    The main difference was the level of user participation. Web 1.0 was characterised by basic read only websites and content that could only be created by web designers. (Sandry, 2015). Arya & Mishra (2013) view Web 1.0 as “almost all about commerce”, due to its static nature. The emergence of Web 2.0, offered a culture of interaction for everyone in the form of sharing, creating and editing information in various multimodal formats such as texts, videos and photos. (Georgescu & Popescul, 2013).…

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    Web architecture and Components In this report I will be talking about web architecture and components needed to allow internet and web functionality. Web architecture The first section is Web Architecture and I will be talking about Internet Service Provider, Web hosting service, Domain structure, Domain Register and World Wide Web. Internet Service Providers (ISP) are companies like SKY, Virgin and BT and they all provide internet access because it connects a variety of technologies to…

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    The technology is improving rapidly. One of the most critical technologies is Internet, which is changed our life, and also the number of web pages increases every day, and many people think how to control information that is coming from The Internet. The search engine is one of the best solutions to manage the information on the Internet. The search engine is innovation, which helps users to search on the World Wide Web about any pages and also could assist people to explore any information on…

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    question that the existence of the World Wide Web has recently impaired the quality of students’ assignment paper. In spite of some demerits of Internet’s assistance in researching, there is no denying that the World Wide Web has brought students about considerable advantages. The first plus point of utilizing the Internet in doing research is that it provides students with a huge source of information. As…

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