TITLE

MICROSOFT .NET: SEEING IS BELIEVING

AUTHOR(S)
Kearns, Dave
PUB. DATE
July 2000
SOURCE
Network World;07/03/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 27, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Comments on Microsoft's .Net initiative that will provide consumers, businesses and software developers with personal empowerment in terms of communicating using the Internet. Seamless link of information that will be modified by each user; Predictions of Vannevar Bush, Doug Englebart, Ted Nelson and Tim Berners-Lee; Purpose of Microsoft for undertaking the .Net initiative.
ACCESSION #
3328695

 

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