The World Wide Web
To anyone born in the 90s or later, the World Wide Web (WWW or Web) has been a part of their life forever. They could not imagine a world without it; although, only a year before the 90s started, did the WWW come into existence. People had been living without the use of the WWW since before 1989, and everyone born after 1989 has grown up with the use of the WWW. The WWW has changed the way society works in a variety of ways. Not long ago was written letters the way of communication, which could take up to a week to respond, but with the help of the WWW, anyone can send an email with a response coming back in as little as a couple of hours. This is just one of the various ...view middle of the document...
It was made to show the interaction between person and hypertext. The proposed design is shown in Table 1.
Basic WWW Architecture Diagram
As shown in Table 1, the first diagram for the idea of the WWW. The pink arrow shows the common standards: URL, and HTTP, with format negotiation of the data type (W3 1).
The WWW has changed the way the people in the United States act as a society. People spend hours upon hours on social media sites chatting with others over the WWW, or searching various movie stars instead of reading a book on their favorite stars. People have become dependent on the WWW for almost any daily activity. The use of email has changed the way we communicate; over the Web and not through mail anymore.
It used to be that discovering information was a hard job to do. Looking through books could take hours upon hours of peoples’ precious time, but with the WWW at hand, finding information has become an easy task. The Web offers information in a quick fashion, with little to no effort. It has become a reliant source to pick up quick information when needed without the job of scouring through millions of books to find the little information that is needed. The WWW has become a quick and easy source for information. (Antliff 6)
“The freedom to express an opinion is a right Americans have long treasured. It is guaranteed to Americans under the First Amendment,” said Terri Dougherty in her book Freedom of Expression and the Internet. “The advent of the Internet has given Americans another way to use this freedom but has also ushered in new challenges to the free-speech guarantee.” The Web has, in certain ways, changed the United States for the worse. Anonymity, which is having a pseudonym for yourself, has become crucial for people to bully others. Bullying has been around for ages, but a new form of bullying, called cyber bullying came about with the likes of the Web. And with cyber bullying, comes people too scared to say hurtful things to others’ faces, but rather say it...