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From: <veith.risak@chello.at>
Date: Sun, 9 Mar 2003 14:39:32 +0100
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Clusters, hypernodes, ...
I started this discussion from another point of view, but later it became very
interesting in another way ... My starting point was collecting ideas, literature, books, ... This means that
I am mostly interested in "long living" static texts.
You can see a library as a catalog pointing to URLs, books, ...
These entities are intensively internally linked and provide some external
links to other URLs, books, ...
Therefore these can be seen as "hypernodes" weakly connected together and
indexed from a special hypernode the "world-wide-library-index". (somehow
similar to searching machines) This structure only needs quite basic html (or
xhtml) only. As you may see now, my main interest is in the www as a library of the world, a
"docuverse". The discussion turned more to company-sites as hypernodes, mostly
interactive and dynamic pages, ... I think both ways have their own interest. Kind regards Veith Risak 
 
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