Google Tech TalksJanuary 29, 2007ABSTRACTEveryone wants to improve on Web structure, but few see how stuck it is-- the browser limits what can be seen, and the one-way embedded links limit connectivity. I still want to implement the original hypertext concept from the sixties and seventies. Politics and paradigms, not possibility, have held it back.Transclusion-based hypertext has great promise, fulfilling (I believe) all the things people want that the Web cannot do.But to build a clean system around transclusion, we do not embed, since that brings inappropriate markup and links to new contexts.Most importantly, we must have editability with persistent addresses-- which means...
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