Web


Web

Web may refer to:

Biology

* Spider web, a mesh built by a spider, composed of spider silk and usually used for trapping prey like flies and other insects

Computing

* WEB, a computer programming system created by Donald Knuth to implement literate programming
* World Wide Web or "the Web", invented in 1989 by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, -- a hypertext system that operates over the Internet, used for serving Web pages and transferring files
** WorldWideWeb, the world's first Web browser
** Web.com, a public company that offers websites and other services for small businesses and consumers
** Web 2.0, a perceived transition of the Web from a collection of Web sites to a full-fledged computing platform serving Web applications
* WEB is the abbreviation of the sentence World Electronic Broadcast

Publications

* "The Web (comics)", comic book published by Archie Comics
* "Web (Novel)" by John Wyndham, posthumously published novel set on an island populated by spiders
* "World English Bible"(WEB), a public domain translation of the Bible
*The Web (series), a series of science fiction stories

Television and film

* The Web (film), a film noir
* , an episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"
* Web Entertainment, a record label
* Webs (film), a 2003 Sci-fi movie
* The Web ReBoot, a form of space in the Reboot universe where concentrated, fragmented data gives home to dangerous creatures, storms, and causes degradation in those not of the Web

Miscellaneous

* A structure that joins with other component parts
* Offset printing web, a roll of paper is used, rather than individual pages
* Steel I-beams or trusses are made with a web, centered between the top and bottom flange
* Web Entertainment, a discography label owned by the Bass Brothers
* Web (manufacturing) continuous sheets of material passed over rollers
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ee also

*Webb


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Synonyms:
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  • Web 3.0 — is one of the terms used to describe the evolutionary stage of the Web that follows Web 2.0. Given that technical and social possibilities identified in this latter term are yet to be fully realised the nature of defining Web 3.0 is highly… …   Wikipedia

  • Web 2.0 — ist ein Schlagwort, das für eine Reihe interaktiver und kollaborativer Elemente des Internets, speziell des World Wide Webs, verwendet wird. Hierbei konsumiert der Nutzer nicht nur den Inhalt, er stellt als Prosument selbst Inhalt zur Verfügung.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Web 2 — Web 2.0  Ne doit pas être confondu avec Internet2. Cartographie sensible du web 2.0 Le Web 2.0 désigne les technologies et les usages du …   Wikipédia en Français

  • WEB 2.0 — ist ein Schlagwort, das für eine Reihe interaktiver und kollaborativer Elemente des Internets, speziell des WWW steht und damit in Anlehnung an die Versionsnummern von Softwareprodukten eine Abgrenzung von früheren Nutzungsarten postuliert. Der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Web 3 — Web 3.0 Le Web 3.0 désigne le futur du Web comme évolution du Web 2.0. Cette expression est un développement sur le terme Web 2.0 désignant l ensemble des transformations majeures dont le Web a fait l objet depuis son lancement. Elle est utilisée …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Web 2.0 — beta. El término Web 2.0 está asociado a aplicaciones web que facilitan el compartir información, la interoperabilidad, el diseño centrado en el usuario y la colaboración en la World Wide Web. Ejemplos de la Web 2.0 son las comunidades web, los… …   Wikipedia Español

  • WEB.DE — GmbH Unternehmensform GmbH Gründung 1995 Unternehmenssitz …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Web 3.0 — es un término que se utiliza para describir la evolución del uso y la interacción en la red a través de diferentes caminos. Ello incluye, la transformación de la red en una base de datos, un movimiento hacia hacer los contenidos accesibles por… …   Wikipedia Español