posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 09:50 PM
reply to post by americandingbat
By that logic, you could simply mirror the text of all your external reference in a single word document (with source links in the .doc), and link to
it once, and call it a single source. That doesn't seem right - each separate link should be to a unique source, as original as possible. It's a
moderator rule, if someone actually attempts it.
I've questioned that before, in the AshleyD-Skyfloating debate, in another context. Do single images, which actually contains multiple
pictures/graphs, arranged side-by-side in a nice layout (created by the debater), count as a single (picture) source?
Edit: Oh, come on skeppy: don't fear the boat!
[edit on Mar 1st 2009 by Ian McLean]