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===Formatting bulleted chapters===
 
===Formatting bulleted chapters===
  
This is a draft of an experimental formatting of Chapter 1, with the intention of offering an eaier-to-read version of the chapter, and based on an observation that the chapter - and the book - have a number of lengthy, complex pargraphs and the appreciation that a digital environment is not constrained by the economics of producing fibre-based information habitats
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This is a draft of an experimental formatting of Chapter 1, with the intention of offering an eaier-to-read version of the chapter, and based on an observation that the chapter - and the book - have a number of lengthy, complex pargraphs and the appreciation that as space is essentially unlimited, a digital environment is not constrained by the economics of producing fibre-based information habitats such as books
  
* Paragraph breaks have been relaced with thin norizonal lines - <nowiki>----</nowiki>
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* Paragraph breaks have been relaced with thin horizontal lines: <nowiki>----</nowiki>
  
* Wihin paragraphs, sentences are separated by line breaks, and bulleted  
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* Within paragraphs, sentences are separated by line breaks, and bulleted as seems reasonable
  
The bulleting of sentences has been more time consuming than had been anticipated, and the bulleting in this chpter is not yet complete
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The bulleting of sentences has been more time consuming than had been anticipated, and the bulleting in this chapter is not yet complete

Revision as of 00:25, 28 April 2006

Formatting bulleted chapters

This is a draft of an experimental formatting of Chapter 1, with the intention of offering an eaier-to-read version of the chapter, and based on an observation that the chapter - and the book - have a number of lengthy, complex pargraphs and the appreciation that as space is essentially unlimited, a digital environment is not constrained by the economics of producing fibre-based information habitats such as books

  • Paragraph breaks have been relaced with thin horizontal lines: ----
  • Within paragraphs, sentences are separated by line breaks, and bulleted as seems reasonable

The bulleting of sentences has been more time consuming than had been anticipated, and the bulleting in this chapter is not yet complete