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Subject:Re: Web vs. web? From:Michael Clark <miark -at- MIJENIX -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 3 Apr 1998 12:17:17 -0600
>An intraweb (preferably not capitalised, on reflection) is a web
>information structure (ie, using HTTP links and HTML formatting)
>delivered on an intranet. Intraweb bears the same relationship to
>intranet as World Wide Web bears to Internet.
Would it not be more accurate to say that an intraweb bears the same
relationship to the World Wide Web as an intranet bears to the