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internet_development [2017/09/26 09:23]
hkimscil [Google의 등장]
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hkimscil [포털 서비스: 인터넷의 Open architecture에 대해서]
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 <WRAP box><​blockquote>​The success of the World Wide Web, itself built on the open Internet, has depended on three critical factors: 1) unlimited links from any part of the Web to any other; 2) open technical standards as the basis for continued growth of innovation applications;​ and 3) separation of network layers, enabling independent innovation for network transport, routing and information applications. Today these characteristics of the Web are easily overlooked as obvious, selfmaintaining,​ or just unimportant. All who use the Web to publish or access information take it for granted that any Web page on the planet will be accessible to anyone who has an Internet connection, regardless whether it is over a dialup modem or a high speed multi-megabit per second digital access line. </​blockquote>​ <​cite>​-- Berners-Lee,​ in http://​dig.csail.mit.edu/​2007/​03/​01-ushouse-future-of-the-web</​cite>​ <WRAP box><​blockquote>​The success of the World Wide Web, itself built on the open Internet, has depended on three critical factors: 1) unlimited links from any part of the Web to any other; 2) open technical standards as the basis for continued growth of innovation applications;​ and 3) separation of network layers, enabling independent innovation for network transport, routing and information applications. Today these characteristics of the Web are easily overlooked as obvious, selfmaintaining,​ or just unimportant. All who use the Web to publish or access information take it for granted that any Web page on the planet will be accessible to anyone who has an Internet connection, regardless whether it is over a dialup modem or a high speed multi-megabit per second digital access line. </​blockquote>​ <​cite>​-- Berners-Lee,​ in http://​dig.csail.mit.edu/​2007/​03/​01-ushouse-future-of-the-web</​cite>​
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 +  - unlimited links from any part of the Web to any other
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 +  - separation of network layers, enabling independent innovation for network transport, routing and information applications
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 __open architecture에 대해서__ __open architecture에 대해서__
  
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