Re: The Superhighway Steamroller

Dan Hinckley <>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 1994 17:56:04 +0200
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Subject: Re: The Superhighway Steamroller 
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amen. And I couldn't have thought of a more interesting text than Alice 
in Wonderland to apply hypertext links to. Alice goes down the rabbit 
hole; rather like moving through a hyperlink... Alice grows small (the 
Jefferson Airplane come over the airwaves (Oh, I know it's off in the 
future, but what the hey).

Now, does anyone out there know of someone with copious amounts of spare 
time that wants to wade through the looking-glass?

Dan Hinckley                  The EarthWeb Project
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On Tue, 28 Jun 1994, Tony Sanders wrote:

> Jeff Barry writes:
> > but I do wonder why anyone thinks a 
> > reasonable human would prefer to read a novel on a VT100 monitor rather 
> How about searching and indexing it.  We don't have to read it
> for it to be useful.
> --sanders