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  • n. Plural form of hypertext.

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Examples

  • Yes, the idea of hypertexts from the Middle Ages sounds absurd.

    languagehat.com: MEDIEVAL SLAVIC MANUSCRIPTS.

  • And while I realized that one day some hand-held device with files on it might replace books, wouldn't those "hypertexts" make that sacrifice worthwhile?

    Katherine History: Electronic Texts

  • The full text of the volume, like all hypertexts in the Romantic

    About This Volume

  • The full text of the volume, like all hypertexts in the Romantic Circles Praxis Series, is fully searchable.

    About This Volume

  • Whereas in the beginning these hypertexts would be copied and recopied to incorporate the latest “links”, at some point the books became so large and cumbersome to reproduce that the self-appointed custodians of these materials started to leave out the conversation, or at the very least selectively edit it according to what they deemed to be important.

    The comment sphere « BuzzMachine

  • I want searchable hypertexts, not graphic images of pages.

    Philocrites: Hedge's 'Reason in Religion' and other classics online.

  • The current Wikipedia on Basayev is poorly done, lacking in major facts from his biography, and having the look and feel of something botted up from a lot of automatic fetch-its, or created by committee, with possibly, who knows, some undertow underneath all the hypertexts with fierce pro-Kremlin and anti-Kremlin intrigues.

    Feeling Crowded?

  • Researchers could chose to code their content using semantic web URIs and conventions - contributing their meta-data annotations of texts to either local, or global, hypertexts.

    People.oii

  • That's 25 more hypertexts, just off the top of my head.

    Mark Bernstein

  • Some hypertexts that aren't listed include Greco's

    Mark Bernstein

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