Re: [unrev-II] A 'time enabled' hypertext system...

From: Eugene Kim (
Date: Sun Jan 30 2000 - 23:43:56 PST

From: Eugene Kim <>

On Mon, 24 Jan 2000, Jon Winters wrote:

> With this in mind we might want to consider moving to a "write once"
> system of data storage. Every time you save a document a new
> time-stamped copy is saved. Time is used to organize the life of the
> document. Like us, the document evolves over time.

You may be interested in checking out David Gelertner's company, Mirror
Worlds Technologies (

> The same thing is happening on the web. Its a great medium with so much
> promise. Unfortunately it is in a constant state of change and few are
> worried about preserving an archive for future generations. (how many of
> you saved the first web page you ever made, just the way it was the day
> you made it?)

Brewster Kahle's company, Internet Archives, is dealing with this:


+=== Eugene Eric Kim ===== ===== ===+
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