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The World Wide Web has been a quantum leap for Internet Information servers. From the days of typing obscure incantations full of odd names and numbers, we are now able to get at a plethora of different information at the click of a mouse button. However, there are a number of limitations in the World Wide Web at the moment, some due to the underlying network, some due to the implementations of clients and servers, and some due to the design of the Web. This chapter is about some of the problems we perceive.

Jon Crowcroft
Wed May 10 11:46:29 BST 1995