Screens, Research and Hypertext

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Landow, George P. Hypertext 3.0. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006.

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The Web as It Should Have Been

Nothing on this list is imaginary. This is no Project Xanadu-style wishful thinking. Indeed, most of the technologies needed to make each of these things happen are older than the web.

Space, Time, Rhetoric and Hypertext

In those early, freewheeling days of hypertext, scholars like George Landow had a tendency to push the decentered metaphor too far, often arguing that arrangement—one of the central canons of rhetoric—is meaningless in hypertext.