“A webtrail is a set of Web resources (sites, pages, images, video/audio files, etc.) that is associated with a specific subject. You would “take” a webtrail to explore this subject. For example, to learn more about the French impressionist, Monet, you might take a Monet webtrail consisting of 100 resouces: full Web sites, individual pages, images, videos, etc. Or, later on in this column, you will take an X-Files webtrail to find out more than you ever wanted to know about your favorite Sunday night TV show. And so on. What makes webtrails different from their kissin’ cousins, webrings? A few things…”