Chair: Louis Perrochon. Institute for Information
Systems, ETH Zürich.
A Workshop of the Third International Conference on the World-Wide
Web (WWW'95), Darmstadt, Germany, April 1995
Abstract: he World-Wide Web (W3) is a fast growing
information processing, browsing and retrieval tool, that
runs on a wide variety of computer types. Up to now it is
primarily accessed from office-, lab- or home-computers. But
the simple yet powerfull concepts of the W3 could also be
used to build publicly accessible terminals (kiosks) that
allow end-users online access to the W3.
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