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Part 2: Recollections (5 of 12)

One day we got the idea to treat all the notefiles we could get our hands on as a kind of "data" and gather some statistics. Here is the list of all the link types we found that people had created. It's a fascinating collection - and I'm sorry we didn't look much harder at them while we still had access to their creators and contexts.

"Link types" have come a long way since then, forming a piece of what George Landow called the "rhetoric of hypertext."[7] But the question of tailorable versus standard semantics is still relevant today.

Last modified: Mon Sep 23 11:49:39 1996
Randy Trigg trigg@workpractice.com