13-17 June 1994
INET ‘94 is organized jointly by the Internet Society and Internet Society Charter Member RARE (Réseaux Associés pour la Recherche Européenne; now TERENA). In addition to the presentation of technical papers and reports on networking progress, challenges, and approaches from around the world, a number of presentations reflect the growing interest in the World Wide Web at a time when traffic on the Web is doubling every two-to-three months. Topics include an evaluation of the “radically new media” represented by the World Wide Web and HTML, a look at the direction that commercial services are taking in relation to the emerging “Infobahn (or Information Highway)”, and a proposal for extending the Web to “support platform independent virtual reality”, via a proposed VR markup language (VRML).
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