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Section 2.12.2

Web Sites

The World Wide Web supports the creation and transmission of an unlimited number of multimediadocuments composed of text, graphics, animation, video, and audio. Multimedia Web documents areassembled and reside on computer servers scattered around the globe that can be accessed byanyone, anywhere, at any time.

Web communication is different from hard-copy publication because hypertext and the Web support nonsequential navigation throughonline documents that are in essence "authored" by readers as they follow one of a potentiallyunlimited number of pathways through a "document."

Guidelines for Composing Web Documents and Web Sites

Vast online archives of scientific and engineering reports are nowavailable over the Web.

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