his Web edition of Yesterday Once More contains a number of enhancements appropriate to its medium. First and most obviously, it uses graphics and color to make the document both more striking and easier to read. Second, it uses hypertext links to connect readers to appropriate background materials available on line. Third (and somewhat less obviously), this document also features fully integrated endnotes - not only are the endnotes electronically linked to the relevant endnote numbers (and vice versa), but within the endnotes themselves, all supras and infras are linked as appropriate to facilitate referencing. Fourth, in the absence of traditional "pages", all paragraphs within this document are both unobtrusively numbered (for ready citation) and "anchored", the latter making it possible for future Web authors to link directly to specific portions of this text. Finally (taking advantage of the revisability of the electronic medium) this edition corrects several typos which infiltrated the print edition; I have also taken the opportunity of web publication to add and/or change a few words in the printed text (changes have been designated in dark brown, indicating their presence while minimizing distraction for most readers).
This online document may be cited (in print) as:
Bernard J. Hibbitts, Yesterday Once More: Skeptics, Scribes and the Demise of Law Reviews, http://law.pitt.edu/archive/hibbitts/akron.htm (Version 1.0, created March 6, 1997)
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