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A unit of length equivalent to 7.92 inches. It is used in the surveying of land.




A surveying measurement still seen in older deeds or in deeds using descriptions from earlier times.A link is 7.92 inches.See land measurement conversion.

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While hypertexts are usually organized associatively and work in the digital humanities shows that readers have learned to expect this kind of organization in most hypertext systems, including most websites, literary forms of hypertext do not always adhere to the hypertext "narrative schema.
Moreover, hypertext inherently lends itself to inter-textual linking.
Some research findings can be explained by text comprehension models, showing that hypertext learning does not lead to worse performance compared to linear text learning if students have a certain amount of prior knowledge in the learning domain (Gerdes, 1997; Lawless & Brown, 1997).
B) The hypertext novel invites and encourages different reading experiences that lead to different conclusions.
which individuals engage with hypertext (Korthauer & Koubek, 1994;
Uniform Resource Locator (URL): The address used to access a specific Internet/intranet site and data on either a browser's location line or a hypertext link in a document.
The current method involves manual insertion of HTML tags on the part of a server administrator to create hypertext links.
One of the more fascinating hypertext stylists, who originally "published" her work in the WELL is the Bay Area-based visual artist and writer Judy Malloy, whose Its Name Was Penelope is published by Eastgate Systems, an East Coast software company that publishes the majority of "serious" hypertexts.
You can either write your hypertext document directly in Guide or import existing text and illustrations from your favorite word processor or illustration software.
Hypertext is also becoming a common feature in expert systems shells.
That the Web flourishes as it does, precisely twenty years after inception and with 200 million live sites, is a testament to the genius of hypertext and its creators," said Larry Hughes, founder and CEO of eSignet.