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An interactive information environment—like a website—is a collection of interconnected systems with complex dependencies. A single link on a page can simultaneously be part of the site’s structure, organization, labeling, navigation, and searching systems. It’s useful to study these systems independently, but it’s also crucial to consider how they interact. Reductionism will not tell us the whole truth.

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