Why post a link when having an "online" discussion?<quoted text>
I could likely find a word definition as fast with my book as your link. I find it funny because of people in general today, feel everything must have a link. I make a valid attempt to teach young people in a 2 year college, who order and pay for an online book to read on their laptops and tablets. I don't get it. What happens when the grid goes down?
I imagine if the grid goes down people will use books (although reading will be the least of our concerns).
I, like most people today utilize both and it is customary to post an online source when having an online discussion. Not everyone will have access to the same real life reference material.