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


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Acknowledgements								
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									
Bibliography




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