As Douglas Hofstadter says,
`It is the organization of memory that defines what concepts are'.
Hypertext uses machine memory in a way that has no analogue in the traditional text environment, where composition relies on the organization of human memory. It is the organization of memory in the computer and in the mind that defines hypertext and makes it fundamentally different from conventional text.
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