“For up-to-the-moment coverage of the latest buildings, designers, and ideas, GreatBuildings. com is richly cross-linked with ArchitectureWeek, the leading architecture magazine online, and Archiplanet, the community-created all-buildings collection.”
“It's fantastic that so much written knowledge is becoming generally accessible and cross-linked these days, but this is just an intermediate stage -- a universal library on the way to becoming a universal brain.”
“I have known them get corrupted and become cross-linked to the program with the nearest name still on your computer (say after an incomplete uninstallation).”
“By the end, you are left with the inkling that the poems are perhaps not free-standing, but part of a continuous (albeit fractured) narrative, illuminated snapshots of a mordant near-future world seen from multiple, cross-linked perspectives.”
“In short, when you write for online publication, if you do it well enough and you've made online connections; your piece is likely to show up in a lot of other venues because it's been cross-linked.”
“Step two - write problem in my blog; study the commentory cross-linked to other guys.”
“There are more than a hundred cities like this one all across this planet, and each of those has hundreds of multiply cross-linked data hubs.”
“But I know of some serious mapping projects, using GPS-guided sonar, side-scan radar, and cross-linked computers coordinating all the information, and a half million is not an exorbitant sum.”
“Incredibly strong, cross-linked co-polymer fibers that were self healing.”
“The Demonstrations website is a very nice complement to MathWorld, and the sites are now extensively cross-linked.”
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