The WWW is fundamentally a distributed hypermedia application
"The WWW is fundamentally a distributed hypermedia application."
Taylor, Medividovic, Dashofy (2010)
"Hypermedia is defined by the presence of application control information embedded within,
or as a layer above, the presentation of information. Distributed hypermedia allows the
presentation and control information to be stored at remote locations."
Roy T. Fielding (2000)
"Hypermedia Types are MIME Media Types that contain native hyper-link semantics that
induce application flow."
Mike Amundsen (2010)