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Have hypertext and hyperlink been over-hyped? The view from local government.
Posted on August 11, 2012 by lawrence serewicz
Since the dawn of the social media age, we have been treated to various claims that hypertext and hyperlinks will change the way we work, read, and write. There were even claims that hyperlinks will subvert hierarchies. Yet, … Continue reading →
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