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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...

>> I'd like to suggest skipping the overview and history (especially the
>> history)

>I don't feel it would hurt to say a few words about where WWW came from
>I can't
>imagine that including this stuff needs to take more than a few minutes.

Well, it could take a lot longer.  The early history of the web is
fascinating, to say nothing of how graphical browsers created an
explosion of interest in the internet.  You could easily whittle
away the whole meeting on this stuff.  

My vote would be to skip this stuff, maybe give a URL or two and
go to the technical stuff, since once a person is connected [and
even running a server] they can find their way to this info [maybe

One suggestion:


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