A client program that allows users to read and navigate among hypertext documents on the World Wide Web. Common examples are Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Articles on that refer to Browser

Chapter 6: Smart Money By Neil Gershenfeld
Chapter 5: The Personal Fabricator By Neil Gershenfeld
We Are the Web By Kevin Kelly
Artificial Intelligence in the World Wide Web By David G. Stork
Ethics for Machines By J. Storrs Hall
Stop everything...IT'S TECHNO-HORROR! By George Gilder and Richard Vigilante
The Age of Spiritual Machines: Glossary By Ray Kurzweil
Not Your Father's Internet By Bill Gates
Beating Moore's 2nd Law: Advances in Nanoengineering and New Approaches to Computing at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the AAAS By Lucas Hendrich and
The Future By David Dalrymple

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