[Glossary Term],  High Resolution Addressability

High Resolution Addressability

The ability for a link to be created which does not just link to the document but to a specific section within the document, such as a paragraph or a sentence, so that the reader can instantly jump to the cited section.

This is a high-resolution version of pages in physical documents and can be used for further interaction.

Related to the issue of pointing and addressing: http://wordpress.liquid.info/the-fine-art-of-addressing/

This is a Doug Engelbart term.

jrnl post Category: High Resolution Addressability

One Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *