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The Main Vein is a meandering recursive construct that maintains a single vein of continual growth. This main vein is kept in view by adjusting the x and y position of the stage on which it grows. figure a. the main vein continues along a single segment, while offshoots taper and terminate quickly. Recursive growth is limited such that there is only one vein segment capable of producing offshoots at any given time. Imposing this limit is important, as it would be senseless to calucate the growth of veins far off stage, and it justifies the use of a never ending vein segment. figure b. zoomed out view of the brownian path created by growth of the main vein. Occasionally the main vein will double back on itself and reveal the true scope of it's growth. To keep things reasonable, a limit of 200 individual limbs are allowed to be on stage at any given time. This limit occasionally reveals areas where the older vein segments are being replaced.

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The Web Was the Explosion Secondly, with the advent of graphics-based Web browsers such as Mosaic and Netscape Navigator, and soon after, Microsoft's Internet Explorer, the World Wide Web took off. The Web became easily available to users with PCs and Macs rather than only scientists and hackers at Unix workstations. Delphi was the first proprietary online service to offer Web access, and all the rest followed. At the same time, new Internet service providers (ISPs) rose out of the woodwork to offer access to individuals and companies. As a result, the Web grew exponentially, providing an information exchange of unprecedented proportion. The Web has also become "the" storehouse for drivers, updates and demos that are downloaded via the browser as well as a global transport for delivering information by subscription, both free and paid.

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