Screens, Research and Hypertext

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Worst Case on the Web

Scrolling still beats breaking a single document into multiple pages. That approach manages to combine the worst part of print (having to remember which chapter had the thing you want to see now) with the most annoying way to read a single piece of content online (new page loads breaking CTRL-F).

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Screens and Reading

On the web, the best case is having two tabs side-by-side, and a bunch of scrolling to find earlier or later passages.