Karl Eichwalder wrote:
Daniel Mayer <maveric149(a)yahoo.com> writes:
Easily accessible links is the whole point of HTML and the web.
No ;) I still believe contents is more important; all these links,
esp. these navigation links are superfluous. A good search engine is
all you need -- frankly, navigations links are a waste of resources
(time and bandwidth). I admit, it nice to click around but going this
way you usually will not find the info you are looking for.
I think you may be working on the wrong project, Karl. It sounds
like you're looking for Gopherpedia. ;-)
Seriously, one of the reasons wikis work so well is the ease of
linking and cross-referencing. Are you arguing that if a person is
reading the article on Mexico, and then wants to read about the
history of the country in more detail, he should have to do a search
to find our History of Mexico article?
However, I would love to see our searching capabilities improved.
That's not a complaint, dear developers, just a little wistful thinking.