Tsui (Eds.), The hyperlinked
society: Questioning connections in the digital age (pp.
When each case and record citation in a brief is hyperlinked
, the judge can access the cited document (down to the precise page cited) with a click of the mouse or tap on the screen.
This judge, along with one of the dissenting Supreme Court judges (Deschamps J.), was willing to assume that at least one of the 1788 viewers of Newton's article, other than Crookes, had hyperlinked
to the defamatory articles.
It is instead dynamically created to have the look and feel of a page, a collection of elements supplied by multiple servers at the moment it is needed--that is, a collection of hyperlinked
All companies listed in red on the PDF charts, as well as all banner ads, are hyperlinked
to the companies' Web sites.
Most courts that have received hyperlinked
briefs have been enthusiastic about using them.
Each concept in the list was hyperlinked
to its own instructional web page.
Offering literally thousands of hyperlinked
biographies, diagrams, timelines, definitions, and essays on a wide range of science topics, this database is organized by National Science Education Content Standards and Benchmarks for grades 6-12.
Each of the analysis phrases and other listed sources is hyperlinked
to the first occurrence in the report.
Version 10 is Windows-based, has hyperlinked
online help and includes integrated OLAP (on-line analytical processing) business intelligence tools.
As a stand-alone object, a Web page must be considered without regard to its hyperlinked
Each issue is then hyperlinked
allowing the user to view details of one particular issue if desired.