The link is the root of everything on the Web. I mean everything.
In 1992, Lynx was born as the world’s first Internet web browser. Its ability to provide hypertext links within documents that could reach into documents anywhere on the Internet began the creation of the web on the Internet.
And those hyperlinks have revolutionized our world and the way we connect and communicate.
Here is author, blogger and professor Jeff Jarvis talking about how links change society:
I hope to use this space to start discussions about the connections between social media, journalism, news and information, culture and business.
My name is Kevin Sablan. I lead the web task force for The Orange County Register. The opinions and observations expressed in this blog (or through my various social media ramblings) do not necessarily reflect the thinking of the Register or its leaders.