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The Evolution of Writing: From Print to Web

After reading "Reading and Writing the Electronic Book" by Catherine C. Marshall I was interested in learning more about the different p

Web content writing is changing how we, as readers, experience text and learn. This virtual writing allows both readers and writers to have more accessibility to a variety of content. The writing that was seen in physical items like novels or dictionaries has been evolving into web content writing. With TechnologicalAdvances constantly occurring and affecting how people experience things, it's not surprising to see that the PrintMedium has been deemed outdated to the current generation.

Specifically, books have greatly evolved since web writing came about, even before the Internet. Hypertext

Outline:
1- introduction
what's going on? web content writing; technology advanced print writing to web content writing
add information on the technology advances and how it's evolved things from print to the internet- in the technologicaladvances
add information on what print medium is and a little history to go with it- in the printmedium hypertext
hyptertext? create a new hypertext page and explain the history of it; what it means
2- something about how people want instant gratification; want to find things right away; think there might be some info on this in make me think book
include a link to some data showing the diff. in popularity of print text to now; examples of people moving to web content writing: magazines, newspapers, BOOKS
3-Evolution of books (specifically fiction with the fiction hypertext- there's a few articles on this)
what's changing? it's more interactive and there's more technology
do relate that this interactive concept is similar to some books where people could read certain pages depending on their decision and how that was interactive but more forced unlike the online writing where you don't have to click on each hypertext; you can pick or choose.
bring up how print writing the author had more power and force w the lines and how that isn't occuring in online writing
bring up the different formatting
the different things that hypertext can change and provide within the writing

something about ebooks (from that class article we discussed)

Conclusion







References
https://archive.nytimes.com/www.nytimes.com/books/98/09/27/specials/coover-end.html
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