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WWW talk

>>We start the WWW presentation with an overview of what WWW is, along
>>with a little of its history, mentioning CERN and NCSA. We follow
>>this with a review of a few servers, browsers, and tools, and a tutorial
>>on installing and configuring the NCSA httpd under Linux.

I'd like to suggest skipping the overview and history (especially the 
history)and just get to the guts of installing & configuring httpd under 
Linux--I think that's the thing people will want--if they want a basic Web 
tour and demo, they can go to lots of talks aimed at new Internet users.

--Eileen Kramer

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