Hypertext Handbook: The Straight Story

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Peter Lang, 2006 - Computers - 121 pages
Hypertext Handbook provides a condensed and straightforward introduction to the main issues, concepts, and developments in both the application of hypertext technology and its interpretation by the academic community. It offers a concise history of the medium in a manner that will help readers to better understand contemporary directions in digital media technology. Hypertext Handbook provides a comprehensive guide to this complex concept and is designed to inform and inspire students and scholars alike.
 

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Contents

Hypertext in Use
33
The Theorization of Hypertext
73
The Future of Hypertext
97

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About the author (2006)

The Author: Andreas Kitzmann is Assistant Professor in the School of Arts and Letters at the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies at York University. He received his Ph.D. in comparative literature from McGill University and has written widely on the impact of communications technology on the construction and practice of identity, electronic communities, and the influence of new media on narrative conventions. Among his publications is Saved from Oblivion: Documenting the Daily from Diaries to Web Cams (Peter Lang, 2004).

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