"The problem with the future is that it usually arrives before we're ready for it."
Thanks go to Ken Hensarling and Evan Tector, who helped with the first version in Hawaii, William Wong for EIT nitpicking, Roy Fielding for tightening up my writing, and Tim Berners-Lee for clarifying that the World-Wide Web is not the Internet!
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This document is Copyright © 1994 by Kevin Hughes. It may be freely distributed in any format as long as this disclaimer is included and the textual and graphic contents are not altered. Text-only distribution is permitted. A PostScript copy of this document can be obtained by FTP'ing to
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Kevin Hughes was a student systems administrator, webmaster, and World-Wide Web lecturer at Honolulu Community College when he originally wrote this document. He now designs hypermedia products at Enterprise Integration Technologies (EIT) and has done "look and feel" work for CommerceNet, Internet Shopping Network, and other educational and corporate Web sites.