Re: Accessing URL's (David C. Martin)
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From: (David C. Martin)
Organization: UCSF Center for Knowledge Management
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To: George Phillips <>
In-Reply-To: Your message of 25 Jun 93 11:08:00 -0800
Subject: Re: Accessing URL's 
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 93 11:20:47 MDT
No.  There is no organizational structure to the subject.html file or
you must have some methodology for the creation, editting and
organization of such HTML documents.  The file system paradigm, with
directories and a hierarchy, is a more prevalent and more open design
with many options for creative interfaces (e.g. utilizing the
OpenWindows file manager to access HTML links via launching Xmosaic or
using ToolTalk between the file manager and Xmosaic).

George Phillips writes:

An interesting idea, but is in not just a easy to create a
"subject.html" file that has all the links in it (and some
explanitory text, even)?

-- George