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The Secret History of Hypertext - The Atlantic
History has left out some figures? Who would have expected. The Atlantic is only rediscovering these historical figures of hypertext because the scholars have published books for The Atlantic.
hypertext  historiography  webdesign  links  linking  ontology 
march 2016 by mcmorgan
The Garden and the Stream: A Technopastoral | Hapgood
Its about trailblazing, building the garden. Getting your mojo workin. It's a lead reading for Weblogs and Wikis because it's something no one has been talking about, much less doing.

"Everybody wants to play in the Stream, but no one wants to build the Garden."

"I’m blown away by the vision of this every time I read this. But not because this has happened, but because it *hasn’t* happened. I’m blown away because here, in 2015, there are elements to this vision that we still haven’t explored.... More than that, there’s a substance to the vision that you can’t help but long for reading it. Note that connections here aren’t banter, but the construction of a mental model of a subject area. And that model can be taken by someone else and extended, built on. Humanity can advance, not through argument by through a true collaboration."
hypertext  memex  gardening  knowledgeproduction  fedwiki  weblogs 
october 2015 by mcmorgan
In Defense of Links, Part One: Nick Carr, hypertext and delinkification — Wordyard
Critique of Carr's assertion about links as distraction. "Links, like words, need to be used judiciously." First part of three posts on significance of links. Followed in 2015 by his Failed Promise of Deep Links.
hypertext  reading  web  links  fedwiki  linking 
may 2015 by mcmorgan
The Failed Promise of Deep Links — Backchannel — Medium
Reconsideration of link history from Bush to oogle commercializing the link. "Instead of sharing linked trails of knowledge that we’ve blazed, we leave piles of data around that service providers mine for value." - and sell back to us as value. We need to Recover the Link.
ia  fedwiki  hypertext  design  links  linking  DevonThink 
may 2015 by mcmorgan
Hyperrhiz.06: Essays: A Four-Sided Model for Reading Hypertext Fiction
Four modes of reading are identified and described. These are semantization, exploration, self-reflection and absorption. These modes arise as the reader interacts with textual elements and utilises contextual features. Through the article the modes of reading will be discussed in relation to similar established concepts, such as the four approaches to playing MUDs identified by Richard Bartle (1996), and different attitudes of reading print literature represented in Wolfgang Iser's theory on "die Appellstruktur der Texte" (Iser 1974, 1978), or what he later in his text game theory calls "text game structures" (Iser 1989; 1993).
DH  hypertext  WCW  reading  digitallierature  digitalliteracy 
march 2014 by mcmorgan
A Pragmatics of Links | Tosca | Journal of Digital Information
"This paper applies the linguistic theory of relevance to the study of the way links work, insisting on the lyrical quality of the link-interpreting activity. It is argued that such a pragmatic approach can help us understand hypertext readers` behavior, and thus be useful for authors and tool-builders alike." Read alongside Burbles. Rhetorics of the web. Becomes useful for practice on last page.
dh  hypertext  hypertextessay  wcw  hypernarrative 
march 2014 by mcmorgan
From Computer Lib / Dream Machines
from New Media Reader (better in the print version)
DigitalHumanities  DH  hypertext  Xanadu  augmentation 
august 2012 by mcmorgan
Bernstein: Patterns of Hypertext
1998 considerations of patterns seen emerging in published hypertexts. Cycles, tangles, counter-point, and the like - with icons.
Printable Version at http://www.eastgate.com/patterns/Print.html
dh  digitalhumanities  hypertext  wikis 
august 2012 by mcmorgan
Hypertext Gardens
Mark Bernstein's consideration of how hypertext can work. The pdf version is here: faculty.washington.edu/farkas/TC510/BernsteinGardens.pdf
DH  hypertext  DigitalHumanities 
august 2012 by mcmorgan
Absence of Mind - The Arcades Project Project or The Rhetoric of Hypertext by Heather Marcelle Crickenberger
A section of on Benjamin's Arcades Crickenberger's diss on The Arcades Project as a study in hypertext.
hypertext  DH  DigitalHumanities 
november 2011 by mcmorgan
Trivium - Brooks and Mara
"new media and the web specifically supports grammar as the organizing and collecting of texts and knowledge, rhetoric as tools and know-how for political engagement, and dialectic as a method of reflection"
rhetoric  wiki  newmedia  hypertext  readme 
may 2007 by mcmorgan

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