Weaving the Web: The Original Design and Ultimate Destiny of the World Wide Web by Its Inventor
San Francisco, CA: HarperSanFrancisco, 1999. First Edition. First Printing. 226, glossary, index, minor wear and soil to DJ, ink name on fore-edge. Foreword by Michael Dertouzos, Director of MIT Laboratory for Computer Science. For the first time, the highly sought-after World Wide Web inventor speaks out on his revolutionary creation--how it evolved, what's wrong with it, and most importantly, what its future holds. Berners-Lee offers insights to help readers understand the true nature of the Web, enabling them to use it to the fullest advantage. He shares his views on such critical issues as censorship, privacy, the increasing power of software companies in the online world, and the need to find the ideal balance between the commercial and social forces on the Web. Condition: good, good.
Keywords: Robert Caillau, Censorship, Electronic Commerce, Hypertext, Netscape, Public Key, Internet, Computers, World Wide Web