The Web Keeps Snaring Subscribers
WHILE THE OVERALL INTERNET HAS BEEN ENJOYING tremendous growth lately--the number of people using the quasi-public computer network is jumping by about 10% each month--easily the fastest-growing of its many services is the so-called World Wide Web. It's a scheme to automatically shunt an Internet user from one computer to another to find desired information and, using a program called Mosaic, it replaces the Internet's many technical complexities with simple screens of point-and-click graphics. Right now, the volume of World Wide Web traffic moving over the Internet is doubling every four months (chart).
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