Once upon a time, we were curious and everything we encountered was new. We were excited about discovering new things and the world offered unlimited possibilities. Then we went to school and were taught to color inside the lines, that everything had its place and the world was ordered.
The World Wide Web (WWW) has opened up a whole new realm of communication opportunities. Never before have we had such an inexpensive, efficient means for accessing and delivering information that contains text, graphics, audio, and video throughout the world.
Modern Web technologies permit greater flexibility in navigation, search, retrieval, and display. At the same time, the quantity of information is growing exponentially, and users expect greater control over content.