Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: A 3rd voice alternative
Author: Roger Espinosa Posted: 9/30/1999; 12:22:48 PM Topic: A 3rd voice alternative Msg #: 11657 (In response to 11652) Prev/Next: 11656 / 11658
...but *what* is exactly the point -- by this extent, you can't legally markup a *printed page* because you're violating the copyright of the author.
ThirdVoice creeped me out because it was centralized -- their plugin, their server, etc.
CritLink gives me hopes for the web being what it was intended to be -- e.g. giving *me* as *reader* the power to *annotate*. And *share*. The difference? Foresight lets you download the code, that to participate in a Crit discussion I *opt in* that conversation.
Maybe because my "milieu" is education, and we keep trying to connect contexts -- these tools (done *right*) really open possibilities. And deployment like CritLink let us taylor it to our smaller discussion.
There are responses to this message:
- Re: A 3rd voice alternative, Tucker Goodrich, 9/30/1999; 1:35:04 PM
- Re: A 3rd voice alternative, Jeremy Bowers, 9/30/1999; 1:48:02 PM
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