Fabrication of complex data is similar to using reverse engineering for recovering a big picture from details. Additionally, as it was pointed out, fabrication of complex data from pieces (i.e. composing it using building-blocks) is possible but it needs additional effort. Because processing and transferring the data over the network are not for free this approach must be well-founded. If the data volume grows paying this cost could be groundless or even impossible and then we need an alternative solution, i.e. the possibility to process and transfer the data piece by piece. In such a case the consistency could be achieved by timestamps associated with each piece separately and partial data processing is possible if pieces can be accessed selectively. The proposed selection mechanisms of components for the complex data are rather static, i.e. they limit the internal structure and meaning (semantics) of the relations, but still can be successfully used for that purpose. Hence, to overcome those limits the reference concept could be introduced. Reference links two elements together, where the source and target roles are distinguished in this couple. Reference could also represent information - has meaning. Adding randomly specific references to particular pieces of data we can create unlimited structures - a graph of entities. For example, let’s try to describe a car. We need partial information about the main car body and four references to the tires as components, but for the spare tire we need different reference kind, say a spare component to point out a different relationship for this case. Following the reference concept, we actually introduced a new selection mechanism, namely browsing. Nowadays, as a consequence of using references, we are able to replace a static newspaper with a dynamic website, where information is represented using hypertext instead of plain text. The concepts and terms presented above are well known and widely used by programmers and website authors. As there are people working on processing and exposing information professionally, a question arises why we are bothering about it. There is one simple reason: the offered services are unsatisfactory.