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21 JULY 2012

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"WorldCat is the world's largest network of library content and services. WorldCat libraries are dedicated to providing access to their resources on the Web, where most people start their search for information."

(OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc.)



1967catalogue • content and services • Dewey Decimal Classificationinformationinformation accessinformation networklibrary • library content • library data • library network • library service • library services • member libraries • network of library content and services • OCLC • Ohio • Ohio College Library Center • Online Computer Library Center • online public access catalogue • OPAC • providing access • public access • resources on the Web • search for informationsearch service • WorldCat • WorldCat libraries


Simon Perkins
01 FEBRUARY 2004

Wiki: Information Publishing and Linking Software

"A WikiWikiWeb enables documents to be authored collectively in a simple markup language using a web browser. Because most wikis are web–based, the term 'wiki' is usually sufficient. A single page in a wiki is referred to as a 'wiki page', while the entire body of pages, which are usually highly interconnected, is called 'the wiki'.'Wiki wiki' means 'fast' in the Hawaiian language, and it is the speed of creating and updating pages that is one of the defining aspects of wiki technology. Generally, there is no prior review before modifications are accepted, and most wikis are open to the general public or at least to all persons who also have access to the wiki server. In fact, even registration of a user account is not often required."

Wikipedia (01–02–2004)



2004 • calque • definitions • dense linking • etymology • Hawaiianhyperlinkedinformation in contextinformation networkintertwingularitylinking structure • MediaWiki • new technologyrhizomatic associationsrhizomatic structurerhizomorphousterminologywikiWikipedia • WikiWikiWeb • WikkaWiki

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