0 UNIFORMITY, SINGLE-SOURCING:
must be ONE UNIFORM
CROSS-PLATFORM BASE STRUCTURE, which is simultaneously STRONG
and ELASTIC, i.e. which has a rigid connection mechanism (inferential)
and is completely editable.
There must be only one continuous and logical source for data
or fragments of information, all copies being treated as a single
source. Copying (cloning) is used only in the process of presentation
and local copies do not need to be durable.
1 LINKING: Linking with
inferential mechanisms. Linking by content.
Two-directional stable linking, which is firmly established. The
user must have the ability to create new links between various
data to which he has access, and to use those links where appropriate
(/preorders / orders /cover relation/).
2 CREATIVITY: The user
must always have the possibility of adding new content.
3 RE-ORGANIZATION: The
user must have the possibility of re-organizing the information
to which he has access.
4 MULTIPRESENTATION and
MULTISELECTIVITY: The user must have the possibility of presenting
the same information in various ways (the means of viewing of
his choice, appropriate to the content).
5 RESISTANCE TO INTRUSIVENESS:
The user should not be subjected to information which he does
not choose to view (advertising, spam, etc.).
6 CLARITY: The user does
not have to know the content's source (i.e. his intervention is
not needed in the process of accessing content).
7 THE SIMPLIFYING OF OWNERSHIP
LAW (Micropayment): The system must be capable of defining the
owner of any given information. The information's owner must have
the ability to remain anonymous.
CONTROL: The content's creator must have the ability to decide
who can or cannot use his information, and under what circumstances.
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