The name "World Wide Web" is a fairly appropriate name for the network of interconnected sites and pages of the multimedia portion of the Internet. It does, however, give the impression of an overall geometric plan which does not exist. Perhaps the webs produced by spiders during those infamous LSD experiments of the 70s are a much better analogue.
My own tendency is to see it in terms of mazes, labyrinths and human neural networks. These pages are intended to explore these metaphors.
Just enter through any of the doors - as you can see, they're open! Remember, of course, that adventuring is always risky.
Paul J.R. Brown
|While you're surfing, please check out some of the other pages by my friends at the art college.|