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McCandless, M. ; Spoken Language Syst. Group, MIT, USA

The efficient distribution of content-any information that can be communicated electronically-has a promising future on the Web. Content includes the articles and literature we are accustomed to reading in newspapers, magazines, and books; the music we listen to on the radio; and the programs and movies we watch on television and in theaters. Because the Web greatly improves on existing information channels, it has the potential to become the primary medium for all forms of content

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IEEE Expert  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 5 )