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Hypertext hands-on!

an introduction to a new way of organizing and accessing information

by Ben Shneiderman

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Published by Addison-Wesley in Reading, Mass, Don Mills, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hypertext systems.,
  • IBM Personal Computer -- Programming.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBen Shneiderman and Greg Kearsley.
    ContributionsKearsley, Greg, 1951-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.76.H94 S26 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 165 p. :
    Number of Pages165
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20839950M
    ISBN 100201135469

    Hypertext Application Language As already mentioned in this Book, Hypertext Application Language (HAL) is a standard convention for defining hypermedia such as links to external resources. The idea of this section is to show you how to enable this feature. The computer as hypertext, as symbol manipulator, is a writing technology in the tradition of the papyrus roll, the codex, and the printed book. The computer as virtual reality, as graphics engine, as perceptual manipulator, belongs to and extends the tradition of television, film, photography and even representational painting.

    Speedboat, first published in , is a sort of "proto-blog": a series of disconnected vignettes from the life of a sporadically employed, serially monogamous, overeducated, slightly neurotic, globetrotting Manhattan-based journalist-cum-professor named Jen Fain. Some of the vignettes are genuinely interesting and funny in an absurdist kind of /5. HYPERTEXT. Hypertext is a way to organize information in a digital format that makes use of traditional text structures (words, sentences, pages, articles or chapters, books, and libraries) as enhanced by the multiple linkages (words to words, words to sentences, sentences to sentences, sentences to pages, pages to pages, pages to chapters, and so on) possible in cyberspace.

    Hypertext definition is - a database format in which information related to that on a display can be accessed directly from the display; also: material (such as text) in this format. Did You Know? Teaching Hypertext and Hypermedia through the Web Paul M.E. De Bra (Eindhoven University of Technology [email protected]) Abstract: Since early the introductory course 2L, “Hyp ermedia Structures and Sys-tems”, has been available on World Wide Web, and is an optional part of the curriculum in.


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Hypertext hands-on! by Ben Shneiderman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Shneiderman's other works include Hypertext Hands-On!, coauthored with Greg Kearsley, an innovative book-software package that introduces readers to hypertext by having them use it, and Software Psychology, a book that helped lay the 5/5(1).

This innovative book/software package provides the first hands-on, non-technical introduction to hypertext. Hypertext is a computer technology for manipulating information; in a grater sense, it is a new way of reading and writing.

With the IBM-PC diskettes provided in this package, you will learn about hypertext by experiencing it. Hypertext Hands-On. (HyHo!) comes with computer floppy disks that carry a Hyperties© version of the book, largely duplicating the content of the paper version.

But the floppies provide the core of the hypertext experience, and the book can't do justice to that experience, nor does it. Hands On HTML is not like other books on Hypertext Markup Language. Instead of presenting HTML as discreet elements, this book teaches you HTML through the process of creating a usable first Web site.

Using that Web site as a starting point, Hands On HTML guides you through the creation of two progressively more sophisticated Web sites/5(5).

Hypertext hands-on!: an introduction to a new way of organizing and accessing information by Shneiderman, Ben; Kearsley, Greg, Publication date Topics Commodore Amiga Hypertext hands-on! book International Amiga Developers Conference Notes ()(Commodore)Pages: Chapter 5 of Hypertext Hands-On!, a book/disk introduction to hypertext by Ben Shneiderman and myself available from Addison-Wesley.

Structuring Hyperknowledge Throughout history authors have learned ways to structure knowledge to suit the linear print med-ium. When appropriate, authors have explored strategies for linking related fragments of.

InBen Shneiderman and Greg Kearsley published Hypertext Hands-on!, the world's first commercial electronic book with the highlighted links idea. This innovative book/software package provided the first hands-on, non-technical introduction to hypertext.

The publicity claimed: Highlights. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Full text of "Hypertext hands-on!: an introduction to a new way of organizing and accessing information" See other formats.

Identifying aggregates in hypertext structures. Hypertext Hands-On. book (HHO) because it is widely available [Shn89]. HHO is. the first electronic book commercially published. It has Department of State Suggested FSOT Reading List Below is a list of reading material suggested by the Department of State (January ) to help you pass the Foreign Service Officer Test.

This is a great resource, and I recommend that you take the time to review the suggestions and consider purchasing a publication in the. We have attempted to exploit hypertext by first creating a book within a hypertext system and then publishing it in both paper and hypertext form.

Along the way we have made mistakes. While hyper- text systems and networks of text may be powerful tools for communica- tors in certain situations, in many situations they are not as effective as by: Riddle, David (): \"Text, ConText and HyperText: Writing With and For the Computer,\" edited by Edward Barre.

In Hypermedia, 1 (1) pp. Percival, Mark (): \"Hands-On HyperCard,\" by Mimi Jones and Dave Myers. In Hypermedia, 1 (1) pp. Get this from a library.

Hypertext hands-on!: an introduction to a new way of organizing and accessing information. [Ben Shneiderman; Greg Kearsley] -- Provides the first hands-on, non-technical introduction to hypertext.

Hypertext is a new way of. Hypertext Hands On!: An Introduction to a New Way of Organizing and Accessing Information by Ben Shneiderman; Greg P. Kearsley Book condition: As New. JUST READING4 Hypertextualism, in its opposition to the 'writerly', the 'monologic' and the 'linear', appears to think that, prior to the advent of hypertext, reading was a single process, something like the scanning of a printed book from the first to the last word, with information passing into cognition in a sequence dictated by an author Cited by: 3.

Hypertext Hands-On!: An Introduction to a New Way of Organizing and Accessing Information/Book and Disk Costs, Benefits, and Productivity in Training Systems We Teach With Technology: New Visions for Education.

C ollection of free HTML and CSS books. Download (pdf, epub, mobi) and read online. Update of June collection. 7 new books. Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard markup language for creating web pages and web applications. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation of a document.

One can easily export a single article, but methods for exporting an entire web are missing. For the Hypertext Hands-On. book the text and hypertext versions were produced in two processes and the authors had to add all the cross-references to the paper-version by hand instead of having the system do so automatically.

InBen Shneiderman and Greg Kearsley used HyperTIES to publish "Hypertext Hands-On!", the world's first electronic book. [citation needed] A database program HyperCard was released in for the Apple Macintosh that allowed. HyperTies - a mids program commercially applied to hundreds of projects, including July Communications of the ACM and Hypertext Hands-On.

book. Texinfo – the GNU help system. KMS – a s successor to ZOG developed as a commercial product. Storyspace – a mids program for hypertext narrative. Hypertext Transfer Protocol Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the foundation of communication on the WWW.

It defines the format of messages and the way they are transmitted between - Selection from Hands-On Full-Stack Web Development with Core [Book].This tutorial teaches users how to take full advantage of the World Wide Web (WWW) through Mosaic for Windows and provides users with hands-on experience creating, editing, and linking HTML documents Explores Internet multimedia, hypertext-based collections of information resources, and the World Wide Web-- Teaches users how to increase their.

Author of Designing the user interface, Designing the user interface, Let's learn BASIC, Hypertext hands-on!, Data Bases, Leonardo's Laptop, Directions in human-computer interaction, Software psychologyWritten works: Leonardo's Laptop, Designing the User Interface: Strategies for Effective Human-Computer Interaction.