Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Intrusive vs. non-intrusive annotation
Author: Wesley Felter Posted: 9/15/1999; 9:23:51 PM Topic: Intrusive vs. non-intrusive annotation Msg #: 11116 Prev/Next: 11115 / 11117
I'd like to hear what people (particularly Jeremy Bowers) think about the idea of non-intrusive annotation. Such a service would track links between annotations and URLs, but it would keep the annotations in a separate pane or window, so that they do not obscure or appear to be part of the page they are annotating. Let's also assume that such a system would be implemented so that the original page's HTML would never be modified in any way. Assume that the system doesn't introduce any security problems.
Is this acceptable? I don't think you can argue that it would be a violation of copyright. Do Webmasters have rights beyond copyright?
There are responses to this message:
- Re: Intrusive vs. non-intrusive annotation, Jeremy Bowers, 9/16/1999; 7:44:47 AM
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