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World Wide Web (WWW) home pages are now ubiquitous for universities around the world.

World Wide Web (WWW) home pages are now ubiquitous for universities around the world  . of the First Australian World WideWeb Conference (pp. 446-452). Hensarling, K. (1995) Campus Wide Information Systems: Moving From Prototype to Production. In R. Debreceny and A. Ellis (Ed., Innovation and Diversity-The World Wide Web in Australia. of the First Australian World Wide Web Conference (pp. 405-409).

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[email protected] is an electronic repository administered by Southern Cross University Library. Consulting a list of new web pages such as Yahoo! on any day will show growth rates of up to hundreds of new pages a day.

Explore 2 events, speakers and authors. Proceedings of the Fifth Australian World Wide Web. Australian World Wide Web Conference.

Publishing conference proceedings in HTML has become commonplace eg AUSWEB95, and ASCILITE95 .

In Proceedings of the International World Wide Web Conference, pages .

In Proceedings of the International World Wide Web Conference, pages 337-346, Edinburgh, Scotland, May 2006. edu/~cew/papers/www06. In Proceedings of the AusWeb99-The Fifth Australian World Wide Web Conference, Ballina, NSW Australia, April 1999. Acceptance rate: 50%. Full paper accepted. Study of piggyback cache validation for proxy caches in the world wide web. In Proceedings of the Symposium on Internet Technologies and Systems, pages 1-12. USENIX Association, December 1997.

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