A common type of pages on the World Wide Web concerns individual persons. These "personal home pages" often include information about activities, interest areas etc, and show what knowledge and interests different persons have. In a "knowledge net" the idea is to distribute information about peoples knowledge about different topics. To do this references to "who-knows-what" is given. This report presents an interview study of personal home pages; what information is included, how it is presented etc. The results show that personal home pages can be of use in a, or even seen as a simple, knowledge net.
1998. Vol. 4, 47-59 p.