Post, 21 Nov, 20:30

Augmenting Human Intellect through Rich Document Interaction in a Legacy Context  In an era of super-high resolution televisions with large numbers of high quality programme available instantly and of highly realistic and immersive computer games – both experiences made possible by high-powered digital devices – academic document discourse is still rooted in the analog era of
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Post, 17 Nov, 14:44

Specialist Reader applications focus on the reading process as distinct from the writing or editing process. Author features a Reading Mode since the act of reading does not always require the same toolset and functionality.# # This section focuses on PDF reader since that is the commonly used publication document format used in academia and
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International Gin & Tonic Day: 7 surprising health benefits of drinking gin | London Evening Standard

“The juniper-based spirit has shrugged off its reputation from the 18th century as ‘Mother’s ruin’ to become one of the nation’s favourite tipples. Artisan distilleries have been popping up everywhere from Cornwall to Enfield, with a decent number even within the M25. What might surprise you however is that gin has some health benefits –
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Post, 02 Nov, 11:53

Limited Links Link issues include the following taken from the website for the 50th anniversary of Doug Engelbart’s demo: • High Resolution Linking, so that a link can point to a specific sentence, paragraph or any other object within a document, not just to the document as a whole. • Implicit Links through which the
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