Pundit: The Web is dead, long live the 'Net

Heichler, Elizabeth
November 1997
Network World;11/17/97, Vol. 14 Issue 46, p45
Trade Publication
Presents computer industry pundit George Colony's forecasts on the growth of the Internet and the decline of the World Wide Web. Companies' development of software or transactive content with which to have relationships with their customers; Largest component of the Internet economy in 2001.


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