Stuck In Infotraffic? Here's Help For The Student Driver
Anyone who has "surfed" the Internet--that vast, anarchic matrix of data banks, chat lines, and computer bulletin boards--knows how difficult it can be to find and use the network's myriad resources. To help, a group of programmers at the National Center for Supercomputer Applications (NCSA), at the University of Illinois, developed a software scheme called Mosaic, which attempts to put a friendly face on the network.
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