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hegemony_and_hypertext [2018/08/17 07:55]
morgan
hegemony_and_hypertext [2019/12/23 12:45]
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 Hypertext cannot be the revolutionary mode we want to cast it as. The augmentation of human intellect is still focused on a hegemony of commerce that defeats itself. It's a bootstrap.  Hypertext cannot be the revolutionary mode we want to cast it as. The augmentation of human intellect is still focused on a hegemony of commerce that defeats itself. It's a bootstrap. 
  
-Kitzmann, *Hypertext Handbook*, p 26-28.+Kitzmann, //Hypertext Handbook//, p 26-28
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 +This means that when the hypertext is well-designed and the reader is willing, [[the hypertext reader explores]]. Until then, [[readers and writers of hypertext must resist]] the hegemony designed in. Another way of saying this is that hypertext makes necessary and possible [[A Rich Concept of the Reader]].  
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 +see also Murray, //Inventing the Medium//
  
-see also *Designing the Media*.  
hegemony_and_hypertext.txt · Last modified: 2019/12/23 12:51 by morgan