Alternatives to the W3C
schampeo at hesketh.com
Sat Jan 22 06:35:20 GMT 2000
On Fri, 21 Jan 2000, Tyler Baker ignored a simple convention in order to express in lines of almost 100 cpl:
> > No. There is one Web.
> Actually in technical terms if your web site hyperlings to another web site which
> hyperlinks to another web site, then yes that is a web.
"web" != "Web". But I don't suppose you're interested in that, as you
can't even seem to get the definition of little w "web" right.
> But PornCity probably does not
> have any links to Homestead and vice-versa. In this sense, the web is a bunch of different
> communities, each community linked together indirectly through hyperlinking. You could say
> the search engines act as a gateway to all of these other communities, but in reality
> there really are a bunch of different webs out there, potentially millions now.
Yes. And all of them use HTTP, HTML, etc. Open standards, regardless of
which sophistries you employ to try to obscure their relatedness.
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