Table of contents for The language of websites / Mark Boardman.

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Introduction: Some Background To Language And The Web 	
What the book is not								
Human communication							
Unit 1: Getting Really Wired: The Physical Context Of Websites	
A terrible beauty is born: how personal computers began		
Everything within: the origins of the Web					
The march of time: developments in web design				
Unit 2: Front Of House: Institutional Websites				
Virtually there: websites as metaphorical buildings			
Basic burger - nothing on it: developments in web graphics		
Marking territory: web address names					
Mapping territory: finding your way around		
Unit 3: Boundaries Real And Imagined: Personal Websites	
How the Web defeats boundaries						
Publishing for everyone							
Does the language of websites exist?					
Doppelgänger: your web personality		
Unit 4: Streamers And Flashers: Sound And Video Content On The Web			
The digital revolution								
It's alive: multi-media content						
Narrative enforcement: popup windows and spam			
Unit 5: Ready Or Not: Searching The Web				
Indexes and catalogues							
Computers as searchers							
The language of dead links							
Comparing search engines							
Advanced searching and Boolean logic					
Unit 6: The Raw Materials Of Web Writing			
Two languages of the Web							
What you see is not what you get					
Index Of Terms									

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Web sites, World Wide Web, English language Usage