The World Wide Web: the beginning and now

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About this site

This site has been made for a semester project requirement in the RC 379 - History of Computers and Networks course at the University of Michigan during the fall 1999 semester. The instructor for the course is Paul Edwards.

The author of the site is Matt Kazmierski, who is a senior at the present time, pursuing a bachelors degree in Communication Studies.

To navigate the site in sequence, simply start at the home page, and follow the continue... link at the bottom of each page. To skip quickly to different sections, use the navigation links within the sidebar. To return to the previous page, use the back link at the bottom of each page.

Netscape Communicator 4.7 or the latest version of MIE are recommended for your viewing pleasure.

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