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Reading Between the Texts | Contents Magazine
What if intertexts could be invisible unless you were looking for them, so you could read without noticing them or mouse carefully over every word looking for clues? What if intertexts could overwrite, fade, or push aside the text at hand? What if the text could fight back?
text  reading  links  hypertext  searchandfind  hyperlinks  coreycaitlin 
april 2013 by sspela
"WebCite®, which used to be a member of member of the International Internet Preservation Consortium, is an on-demand archiving system for webreferences (cited webpages and websites, or other kinds of Internet-accessible digital objects), which can be used by authors, editors, and publishers of scholarly papers and books, to ensure that cited webmaterial will remain available to readers in the future. "
citing  internet  web  future  links 
january 2013 by sspela
How Jonah Lehrer should blog : CJR
"If you or someone else has already written something well, just link to that, rather than feeling the need to repeat it."
jonahlehrer  links  blogs  internet  writing 
june 2012 by sspela
How to add hyperlink in Quantum GIS. - YouTube
add a link to attribute table/search for the attribute
tutorial  video  maps  links  gis  qgis 
february 2012 by sspela
What the Internet Means for How We Think About the World - Rebecca J. Rosen - Technology - The Atlantic
"If I link to a site, it's because I think it matters in some way, and I want it to matter that way to you. The result is a World Wide Web with billions of pages and probably trillions of links that is a direct reflection of what matters to us humans, for better or worse. [...] That's why the Internet, for all its weirdness, feels so familiar and comfortable to so many of us."
rebeccarosen  weird  web  weirdness  networks  links  knowledge  internet 
january 2012 by sspela
Learning Webs
"We are exploring the "brain" metaphor for making the web more intelligent. The basic idea is that web links are similar to associations in the brain, as supported by synapses connecting neurons. The strength of the links, like the connection strength of synapses, can change depending on the frequency of use of the link. This allows the network to "learn" automatically from the way it is used."
selfimprovement  cybernetics  desirelines  hebbian  learning  brains  networks  web  links  connections 
december 2011 by sspela
Jonathan Stray » Short doesn’t mean shallow
"Writing style needs to change to take advantage of the hyperlink. [The web is] the deepest medium ever invented, with incredible potential for telling complex, irreducible stories — or at least it can be, if you don’t treat it like print."
links  internet  writing  storytelling  hyperlinks  stories 
august 2011 by sspela

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