Re: "Navigate" or "explore"?

Subject: Re: "Navigate" or "explore"?
From: MAGGIE SECARA <SECARAM -at- MAINSAVER -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 10:52:26 -0700

> "Avoid the term 'navigate' to refer to moving from site to site, page to
> page within a site, or link to link on the Internet...Instead use
'explore'
> or 'move through' to refer to sequentially moving from one link or site to
> another, or a similar neutral term describing the action."
>

Doesn't this lead us to something like...

Explore the site by navigating to areas of interest.



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Maggie
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