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@NYTArchives @Google lemonyellow first led me to the story of George Price and possibly to Andrew Brown's writing.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_R._Price

Mike Caulfield @holden on Twitter: "Got one of the most generally useful insights from a year of down to 500 words: http://hapgood.us/2015/07/22/follow-up-reader-as-link-author/"

https://twitter.com/holden/status/624303605437173761

A must read:

Hossein Derakhshan on Twitter: "'Hyperlink is dying, so is the Web': My first article in English in six years, on the state of the internet today. https://t.co/NvaUtOQ2OT" https://twitter.com/h0d3r/status/621192299746340864

We’re going to do two things - firstly, to explore how to make it easier for…

https://plus.google.com/106943062990152739506/posts/eTXgAZ7MAsR

.@dweinberger MARC: "Avram was asked solely to make computers print a record intended purely for human consumption according to the best card-construction practices of the 1960s. She did that, brilliantly."

"And here's another by @libskrat: Terrific explanation of why data structures like Linked Data matter http://t.co/24X5gQCGkq"
http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2015/02/opinion/peer-to-peer-review/marc-linked-data-and-human-computer...

@holden :
1. "Try to form it around a reusable, re-linkable idea."
2. "Find someone else's page, and edit it to your liking, fearlessly"
Fedwiki Daily #7: “I DON’T CARE DO UR OWN PAGE!" http://tinyletter.com/m42/letters/fedwiki-daily-7-i-don-t-care-do-ur-own-page

@withknown @benwerd Would you share your thoughts about having or not having a separate url field on a status update post?