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Feral Hypertext: When Hypertext Literature Escapes Control
(ACM Press, 2005-09-06)
This paper presents a historical view of hypertext looking at pre-web hypertext as a domesticated species bred in captivity, and arguing that on the web, some breeds of hypertext have gone feral. Feral hypertext is no ...
Performing Fictions: Interaction and Depiction
(Fine Art Forum, 2003)
This paper presents a method for analysing an aspect of interaction that can help us understand how users can feel that they are part of a work. I argue that interaction can be a form of depiction, causing the user to ...
Blogging from inside the ivory tower
(Peter Lang, 2006-08)
Litteratur på nettet : en innføring i elektronisk litteratur
(Landslaget for norskundervisning, 2007)
Elektronisk litteratur er litteratur som utnytter datamaskinen og nettverkets muligheter. For eksempel brukes lenker, bilder, lyd, animasjon og interaktivitet, samtidig som språket står i sentrum. Tenåringer i dag ...
Fiction and interaction how clicking a mouse can make you part of a fictional world
(The University of Bergen, 2003)
Do You Think You're Part of This? Digital Texts and the Second Person Address
(University of Jyväskylä, 2001)
Mirrors and Shadows: The Digital Aestheticisation of Oneself
(IT University, Copenhagen, 2005-12)
Digital cameras have made self-portraits increasingly common, and frequently we post our self-portraits online. This paper compares online photographic self-portraiture with self-representations in weblogs and the creation ...
Piecing together and tearing apart: finding the story in afternoon
(Association for Computing Machinery, 1999)
Weblogs: Learning in Public
(Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2005-06-01)
Purpose – Seeks to exemplify and discuss how students’ use of weblogs can prepare them for a networked world where writing has consequences outside grades. Design/methodology/approach – Experiences using weblogs with ...
Blogging Thoughts: Personal Publication as an Online Research Tool
(University of Oslo, 2002)
A discussion of scholarly blogging as a research methodology.