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Re: Legal citations for, e.g., usvms

From: Dan Connolly <connolly@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 09 Nov 1999 15:42:55 -0600
Message-ID: <3828955F.1772EF7A@w3.org>
To: Eric Hellman <eric@openly.com>
CC: www-rdf-interest@w3.org, liberte@w3.org
Eric Hellman wrote:
> 
> (see
> http://www.openly.com/SLinkS/ and http://www.openly.com/link.openly/ )

Interesting... "Linkability is rapidly becoming an essential feature of
the
21st Century Scholarly Journal."

Have you ever seen this quote?


    Pick up your pen, mouse or favorite pointing device and press it on
    a reference in this document - perhaps to the author's name, or
    organization, or some related work. Suppose you are directly
    presented with the background material - other papers, the
    author's coordinates, the organization's address and its entire
    telephone directory. Suppose each of these documents has the
    same property of being linked to other original documents all over
    the world. You would have at your fingertips all you need to know
    about electronic publishing, high-energy physics or for that matter
    Asian culture. If you are reading this article on paper, you can
only
    dream, but read on. 

It's from the first (as far as I know) scholarly publication about the
Web:

World-Wide Web: The Information Universe
    Berners-Lee, T., et al., (1992), Electronic Networking: Research,
    Applications and Policy, Vol 1 No 2, Meckler, Westport CT, Spring
    1992 
(postscript copy at
http://www.w3.org/History/1992/ENRAP/Article_9202.ps )



-- 
Dan Connolly, W3C
http://www.w3.org/People/Connolly/
Received on Tuesday, 9 November 1999 16:42:50 GMT

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