Volume 1, No 2, 2004

Application of Ranganathan's Laws to the Web

Alireza Noruzi


This paper analyzes the Web and raises a significant question: "Does the Web save the time of the users?" This question is analyzed in the context of Five Laws of the Web. What do these laws mean? The laws are meant to be elemental, to convey a deep understanding and capture the essential meaning of the World Wide Web. These laws may seem simplistic, but in fact they express a simple, crystal-clear vision of what the Web ought to be. Moreover, we intend to echo the simplicity of Ranganathan's Five Laws of Library Science which inspired them.

Pages: 1-10

Keywords: World Wide Web, Ranganathan's laws, Five Laws of Library Science

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