A Way Out Of The Web Maze
Since the World Wide Web burst into the mainstream two years ago, it has seized the popular imagination with a vengeance. The number of Web sites has exploded as companies and individuals have jumped eagerly into cyberspace. Today, hundreds of thousands of sites offer everything from government documents to financial data to pure whimsy. Internet terminology--Web page, hyperlink, anything.com--are part of the everyday lexicon. And being wired has become a measure of status among Gen-Xers and business leaders alike.
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