CGI-ROM servers on a disc & other Web/CD intersections

Gustavson, Ron
March 1998
EMedia Professional;Mar1998, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p43
Academic Journal
Deals with the types of disc-based interaction that might be possible using Common Gateway Interface Web communication. Embedding a proxy Web server on the disc itself; Explosion of development in the area of Web server/browser interaction; Crux of Web and broadcast convergence. INSET: Scripting the new Live WebDisc..


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