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Jankovic, G. ; Microwave Online Services Co., Boulder, CO, USA ; Black, L.

The World Wide Web (WWW) is famous for weaving far-flung fans with like interests into true communities. It also puts a spin all its own on product and information delivery. Nowhere is this more apparent than in a global industry such as electrical and electronic engineering. The Web is still unmatched in its ability to receive and distribute information and software, and to encourage interaction and collaboration. These strengths stem from the Web's combination of many of the best features of existing media-audio, video, text, and graphics-to which it adds some unique new talents, such as the ability to manipulate information through software. Most corporations acknowledge the opportunities the Web presents. The paper presents some guidelines on how best to start turning them to advantage

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:33 ,  Issue: 11 )