Re: Web vs. web?

Subject: Re: Web vs. web?
From: Susan Kocher <sukoch -at- CATHER -dot- UNX -dot- SAS -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 1998 13:56:15 GMT

In article <3523781C -dot- AE8C3E44 -at- brandle -dot- com -dot- au>, Michael Lewis
<lewism -at- BRANDLE -dot- COM -dot- AU> writes:
>What's happening here is, subliminally, a distinction between "the Web"
>and "a web". "Publishing to (or on) the Web" means making the document
>available via the WWW; "dynamic web reports" can be published to (or on)
>the Web or your local intraweb;

"Intraweb"??? That's a new one on me. Is there such a term?

>BTW, is publishing on the Web the same as publishing to the Web? I think
>not. Publishing *to* the Web refers to the process of uploading;
>publishing *on* the Web refers to use of the Web as a distribution

Good point.

I'll publish my summary shortly, folks. Thanks for all the helpful
discussion, and there's still time to get your two cents in.



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