The Politics of Access: Who Can Make Links, Who Decides What is Linked?
Four kinds of access to text and control over it:
Access to the hypertext begins with the technology to read and produce hypertext, and this technology has only recently become widely available in the limited form of blogs. But even the advantages — the potential power of the individual — comes with disadvantages. For example, consider one legacy of Vannevar Bush . . .
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