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Literary Hypertext...

Since we've been talking so much about computers lately, I thought I try to
bring it back to books, art... This is an interesting article from "Feed
Magazine" <http://www.feedmag.com> on hypertext.

"Literary Hypertext: The Passing of the Golden Age.
Ten years ago, Robert Coover helped usher in the artisctic and
technological revolution of literary hypertext. In a special FEED Document,
he argues that the golden age of hypertext is over. But what will come next?"

Read on at <http://www.feedmag.com/document/do291.shtml>

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