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The second wave. Netscape on usability in the services-based Internet

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1 Author(s)
Dreyfus, P. ; Netscape Commun. Corp., USA

It's common to talk about the usability of browser technology, and how the advent of easy-to-use Web browsers has opened the Internet to unprecedented numbers of people with little or no technical sophistication. It's less common to consider the usability of the entire Internet architecture, and the World Wide Web in particular, by users at all levels: programmer developers, administrators, Webmasters and end-users alike. Netscape Communications offers an application architecture and programming model to extend the same usability that created the information-based (first-wave) Internet to a services-based (second-wave) Internet

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Internet Computing, IEEE  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 2 )