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12-14 Dec 1997
   Web 101   FRI
Everybody and his ugly dog has one, but how do they work? Get schooled on the URL in Web 101

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Synapse  FRI
Why the fuss over Java? Take a look at the world through a programmer's eyes, says Paul Boutin

Net Surf   FRI
In lieu of Ms. Turlington in a Santa suit, Anuff's adieu honors the season with a digital wish list

Webmonkey  THU
How fast can Apache go? Webmonkey looks at ways to squeeze more speed out of a Web server

Synapse  THU
Chalk up another reason to resent Esther Dyson, says Katz: Her brilliant new book, Release 2.0

Dream Jobs  THU
Zurich's Open Systems needs a project manager to blend Net tech and Swiss corporate culture

Webmonkey   THU
Eric Eaton explains why designing type for the Web is like directing a drunken frat boy at 4 a.m.


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RGB Gallery
Classic comic meets VR in a futuristic urban narrative: [dendrite] by Construct, in RGB Gallery

Webmonkey   MON
Weaving the browser into the OS makes sense, says Veen - if users get to choose the browser

Webmonkey   TUE
HTML 4.0's Unicode standard would let your Web browser display every language on earth

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