Abram Hindle (email@example.com)
and Hazel Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
GET / HTTP/1.0
GET / HTTP/1.1
... wait ... what's the HT part?
By now the word "hypertext" has become generally accepted for branching and responding text, but the corresponding word "hypermedia", meaning complexes of branching and responding graphics, movies and sound – as well as text – is much less used. Instead they use the strange term "interactive multimedia": this is four syllables longer, and does not express the idea of extending hypertext.Nelson, Literary Machines, 1992
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