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===== Linking "The Landscape Garden" Exercise=====
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===== Linking "The Landscape Garden"=====


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=== suggestions for working ===
You might cut up the sheets into separate paragraphs to make linking easier. If you would like to experiment on your own wiki pages or blog or website, be my guest. Other options for creating simple hypertexts online might be available. You need to be able to link from a string of text to a node.
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You might want to cut up the sheets into separate paragraphs to make linking easier. If you would like to experiment on your own wiki pages or blog or website, be my guest. Other options for creating simple hypertexts online might be available. You need to be able to link from a string of text to a node.


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Once you have finished, develop an extensive paragraph of rationale for the linkage you have created. Draw on what Parker writes, but also consider what Neilson and Lynch write about links and reading hypertext.
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Once you have finished, develop an extensive paragraph of rationale for the linkage you have created.


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Edited on 2017-04-06 07:38:02 by MorganAdmin
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Use a paper copy of Poe, "The Landscape Garden." Consider each paragraph a node. Link the nodes from text to text or text to node to create your own version of reading "The Landscape Garden." To keep things in control, use no more than two links per node.
Once you have finished, develop an extensive paragraph of rationale for the linkage you have created.
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Use a paper copy of Poe, "The Landscape Garden." Consider each paragraph a node. Link the nodes to create your own version of reading "The Landscape Garden." Develop an extensive paragraph of rationale for the linkage you have created.


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Edited on 2017-04-06 07:35:51 by MorganAdmin
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You might want to cut up the sheets into separate paragraphs to make linking easier. If you would like to experiment on your own wiki pages or blog or website, be my guest. Other options for creating simple hypertexts online might be available. You need to be able to link from a string of text to a node.


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Edited on 2017-04-06 07:31:37 by MorganAdmin
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You might want to create a few copies of the paper copy of "The Landscape Garden" to experiment with. If you need more, try [[http://xroads.virginia.edu/~hyper/poe/l_garden.html | here]].
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You might want to create a few copies of the paper copy of "The Landscape Garden" to experiment with.


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Edited on 2017-04-06 07:29:46 by MorganAdmin
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Use a paper copy of Poe, "The Landscape Garden." Consider each paragraph a node. Link the nodes to create your own version of reading "The Landscape Garden." Develop an extensive paragraph of rationale for the linkage you have created.
You might want to create a few copies of the paper copy of "The Landscape Garden" to experiment with.
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Use the paper copy of Poe, "The Landscape Garden." Consider each paragraph a node. Link the nodes to create your own version of reading "The Landscape Garden." Develop an extensive paragraph of rationale for the linkage.


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Edited on 2017-04-06 07:27:32 by MorganAdmin
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from Parker, [[http://www.altx.com/ebr/ebr12/park/park.htm | A Poetics of the Link]]
The linking schema, or, as I’m lovingly calling it, linkage, makes the hypertext. I use an introductory exercise on the first day of my beginning hypertext courses to make this point. Sampling from the closely intertwined short story collection Jesus’ Son by Denis Johnson, I take about ten paragraphs and put them on separate webpages. I then link them together based on imagery, a kind of visual trope. For instance the word "blood" in one sentence will link to a node with a sentence with the word "mosquito" in it which links to a node with a sentence and the word "syringe" in it, and so on. We then read together the print text and the hypertext version and discuss the differences.
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What exactly am I talking about here? It’s a good question. The linking schema, or, as I’m lovingly calling it, linkage, makes the hypertext. I use an introductory exercise on the first day of my beginning hypertext courses to make this point. Sampling from the closely intertwined short story collection Jesus’ Son by Denis Johnson, I take about ten paragraphs and put them on separate webpages. I then link them together based on imagery, a kind of visual trope. For instance the word "blood" in one sentence will link to a node with a sentence with the word "mosquito" in it which links to a node with a sentence and the word "syringe" in it, and so on. We then read together the print text and the hypertext version and discuss the differences.


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