Len Colby Posted June 19, 2006 Share Posted June 19, 2006 Even if the link was working if Ron's readers read the articles in the order he listed them from beginning to end he or she would have to go through about 75 paragraphs before reaching the relevant passage. Ron also cites the 9/11 Commission report and testimony, in several cases the relevant passages are many paragraphs down from the top of the page. Please tell me how to link to a particular paragraph in a long article or transcript of testimony online. I would like to know how to do that. My pont exactly Ron, I don't think there is any way to do this which is why Mike's complaint that "even if the reader were able to find that link he or she would have to read through some fifty paragraphs of an article to find the paragraph that refers to your claim" was totally absurd. I don't what he expects a researcher to do in such cases. I was merely pointing out that the same could be said about some of the sources you cited BTW the article says incorrectly that Cramer took the 911 call. If you're referring to my article, please quote where I say that Cramer took the call. (Or link to the specific paragraph in the long article. I would like to see you do that.) My applogies Ron. My post as written made it sound like I was refering to your article rather than the Mirror's. That was inadvertant, I fixed the error. Once again my only beef with your article was the lack of links to your sources and you fixed that. I don't want my response to Mike to be misinterpreted as a swipe at your article. I don't agree with you conclusions but it is well written, researched and documented. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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