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Hypertext Creator: Structure of the Web ‘Completely Wrong’

April 15th, 2011 04:25 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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angry tapir writes “The creator of hypertext has criticized the design of the World Wide Web, saying that Tim Berners-Lee’s creation is ‘completely wrong,’ and that Windows, Macintosh and Linux have ‘exactly the same’ approach to computing. Ted Nelson, founder of first hypertext project, Project Xanadu, went on to say, ‘It is a strange, distorted, peculiar and difficult limited system… the browser is built around invisible links — you can see something to click on but you’ve got nowhere else to go.’”

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