Re: The value of navigability (related to META...) (Nick Arnett)
Date: Tue, 7 Jun 1994 23:31:43 +0200
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Subject: Re:  The value of navigability (related to META...)
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At 10:45 PM 6/7/94 +0200, Kevin 'Kev' Hughes wrote:

>        Certainly people who focus solely on one aspect of the Web are
>missing out and shouldn't be left to themselves to decide what's good
>for the end user. Web development requires input from many different

Agreed!  My worry is that big publishers, whose money gives them clout,
will steer this technology in the wrong direction.  In retrospect, saying
to ignore them was misplaced hyperbole.  Just don't them set direction
alone; many will see the new paradigm as a huge threat to their future.
Those who don't are likely to use the same values that have made them
successful in the past, which will be a mistake.


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