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The world wide web

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Whether through email, fax, text or phone, each method of communication requires an acceptance that the delivery channel has several 'stops' along the way. Electronic filters and interactions may …

Whether through email, fax, text or phone, each method of communication requires an acceptance that the delivery channel has several 'stops' along the way. Electronic filters and interactions may intercept and reassign the intended recipient. Communication remains difficult as a channel to always know how the message was received.

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  • 1. The WORLD WIDE WEB 201 We’re connected, we’re communicating… … and the distance between us still seems large … there are ‘storms’ ahead … and we don’t have ‘line of sight’ to guide our way… (firewalls, search algorithms, spiders, user-intervention, translations, filters, remote access network technologies) Second Year Learning Bell Telus

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