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« From Personalization to Socialization | Main | cultural divide in IM: presence vs. communication »

February 14, 2005

Link Wiki

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Posted by David Weinberger

Alex Primo at the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil and his research group have released a prototype of Co-Links. It allows readers to add links to any word on a page. A single word may have multiple links. The user can either go to one of the linked pages or see metadata about it. It’s a cool idea. You can try it here..

It’s available as open source software. Extra cool!

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1. john.e.boy on February 16, 2005 8:58 AM writes...

Screws up the back button in firefox. Neat idea, but too damn slow .... click link .... wait 20 minutes ... see box appear.

And I don't like the way it breaks peoples perception of hyperlinks (i.e. they link/take you to another HTML page)

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