Treausres of the Internet
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- Charting the Direction of the Internet
- Role of the "Treasure of the Internet"
- Policies of the Treasures of the Internet
- Time is Gold!
- How you can help develop this page
- Disclaimer, Disclosure and Warning
We strive to be accurate but we do not guarantee the information provided here; in part because of the dynamism of the world we live in -- new discoveries are made and things change so fast these days -- rendering some information obsolete. More critical, I and the contributors are not experts on every discipline included here; so if you find any incorrect information, please write to us (with proper documentation) so that the error can be rectified.
With these caveats, you will not hold "us" responsible (legal, moral or in any other way you can think of) for consequence(s) of any inaccuracy contained herein.
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