[LINK] Internet's web to get wider and wider

Jan Whitaker jwhit at melbpc.org.au
Thu Apr 23 10:50:59 AEST 2009

At 08:52 AM 23/04/2009, Bernard Robertson-Dunn wrote:
>For his part, Cailliau said he was impressed that search engines can
>still sort through the myriad of material that is now online.
>"To me the biggest surprise is that Google still functions despite the
>explosion in the number of sites," said Cailliau.

Yeah, but it's not all inclusive and that's the impression that 
Cailliau gives with that statement. Even so, it is pretty amazing.

The other one that has come into its own is wikipedia. I know it's 
not seen as the be all and end all, but it's pretty darn good. It 
grew even faster, I think. You can find out the most obscure 
information there and links to source material and references.


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