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World Wide Web (WWW)

World Wide Web (WWW) is one of the newest and most popular hypertext-based internet tools that allow users to display documents stored on any server on the Internet. There are many interfaces to the WWW, such as Mosaic, a GUI-based hyper-text browser, and Netscape, that allows users to easily navigate the Internet and access many services.

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