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Etymology: Latin hyper-, from Greek, from hype (over)+Text Middle English, from Anglo-French tiste, texte, from Medieval Latin textus, from Latin, texture, context, from texere to weave.
Function: Noun

Digital writing which can be modified, written or rewritten in many different ways allowing text to connect through the web with anything within the web. In counterpart to regular text, hypertext does not become static, but stimulates the connection between parts and connects with other sources through the web. It is therefore mobile.[1]


2. hypertext from yahoo notepad in motion

(rodrigo-langarica-avila, 26.11.07)
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