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Hyperlinks vs Paraphrasing!

I am currently writing a paper on Web 2.0, and am noticing that I automatically hyperlink various terminology as I am so used to doing this when writing online posts. It makes so much sense just hyperlinking than painfully paraphrasing. Since hyperlinking, and the idea of free attribution is part of the Web 2.0 notion, I want to propose handing these papers in as online texts! Then again, procrastination during work allows me to think about these things, so back to work…

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