[NetBehaviour] Atlas of Cyberspaces

brian at netart.org.uy brian at netart.org.uy
Fri Feb 24 17:23:02 CET 2006


> Hi brian,
>
> This is some english txt...
> /"The myth of the graphical browser is that it can be used universally. 
> This browser and no other brings the Web home to you as it's meant to be. 
> But the Web has gotten big and meets a variety of needs - from finding the 
> departure times of trains to looking up academic papers and playing games. 
> And it's beginning to dawn on the everyday user that the existence of a 
> universal browser that communicates all these experiences in the best 
> manner possible is a myth."
> /http://netart.org.uy/browser-art/
>
> great piece!
>
> marc
> /


hola

tks!:-)
the txt is an excerpt from Arie Altena's 1998 article
http://www.xs4all.nl/~ariealt/browsers_gb.html


about internet size (rather old info):
How Much Information? 2003
http://www.sims.berkeley.edu:8000/research/projects/how-much-info-2003/internet.htm



salud!


_bri


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