Clearly, the Internet is changing the world. In the last ten years, since Tim Berners-Lee designed the
World Wide Web (1991) and Marc Andreesen and company developed Mosaic—née Netscape (1993)—to
display it on any PC or Mac, the Internet has gone from interesting to essential, from ancillary to
completely central. Web sites are now a required part of a business' infrastructure, and often part of one's
personal life as well. The amount of information available through the Internet has become practically
uncountable. No one knows exactly how many Web pages are out there, although the number is probably
close to two billion, give or take a...