Computer as Writing Space

Hypertext Notes on Bolter, "The Computer as New Writing Space"


First, consider the cell phone as a writing space: txting
Then, consider what you're already adept at and so hardly notice: print conventions
and more bookish
and some conventions that signal the text's structure:
These are invented parts of the technology of writing.

Next, consider how reading on screen - in hypertext - differs from reading the printed page.

We follow footnotes in print. But in hypertext, what look like FootNotes can contain FootNotes.
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