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    • The American Hypertext Novel and Whatever Became of It? 

      Rettberg, Scott (Routledge, 2015)
      The chapter provides a brief history of experiments in the hypertext novel in America during the 1990s. The 1990 Eastgate publication of Michael Joyce’s Afternoon, A Story earned hypertext fiction a place within institutionalised ...
    • Apps as Companions: How Quantified Self Apps Become Our Audience and Our Companions 

      Rettberg, Jill Walker (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
      Self-tracking apps gather intimate information about our daily lives. Sometimes, they take the role of a confidante, an anthropomorphised companion we can trust. Humans have long confided in non-human companions, such as ...
    • Arkaismar i nynorsken 

      Brunstad, Endre (Det Kongelige Norske Videnskabers Selskab, 2011)
      An “archaism” in this context means a word deemed obsolete or typical of an older period in language history, while being out of tune in present-day usage. Nynorsk has a tradition of purism, especially directed against ...
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    • Bestemt form entall hankjønn 

      Kristoffersen, Gjert (Novus, 2007)
      Artikkelen er en optimalitetsteoretisk analyse av forskjellene i realisasjon av suffikset tittelen på artikkelen refererer til i tre ulike varieteter av norsk. Forskjellene mellom de tre varietetetene beskrives gjennom ...
    • Blogging from inside the ivory tower 

      Walker, Jill (Peter Lang, 2006-08)
    • Blogging Thoughts: Personal Publication as an Online Research Tool 

      Mortensen, Torill; Walker, Jill (University of Oslo, 2002)
      A discussion of scholarly blogging as a research methodology.
    • Collocations and statistical analysis of n-grams: Multiword expressions in newspaper text 

      Lyse, Gunn Inger; Andersen, Gisle (John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2012)
      Multiword expressions (MWEs) are words that co-occur so often that they are perceived as a linguistic unit. Since MWEs pervade natural language, their identification is pertinent for a range of tasks within lexicography, ...
    • A comparative OT-analysis of tone in three East Norwegian dialects 

      Kristoffersen, Gjert (The University of Bergen, 2007-01)
      The manuscript complements and enlarges upon the analysis given in the paper “Dialect variation in East Norwegian tone”, published in Tones and Tunes. Typological and Comparative Studies in Word and Sentence Prosody I, ...
    • Cultural Appropriation of Computers in Norway 1980-2000 

      Corneliussen, Hilde G. (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007)
      This article discusses how the discourse of computers developed in Norwegian culture between 1980 and 2000 based on empirical material from the largest Norwegian newspaper, Aftenposten. The discourse analysis illustrates ...
    • "Det va'kje no vanskli å snakke med du" Litt om trykksterke og trykksvare personlige pronomener i Arendal 

      Kristoffersen, Gjert (Novus, 1997)
      Artikkelen tar for seg en endring som har spredd seg i dialektene langs sørlandskysten i løpet av de siste femti årene, nemlig skifte fra ’deg’ til ’du’ i trykksterk, avhengig posisjon. Denne endringen blir vanligvis ...
    • Developing a Network-Based Creative Community: An Introduction to the ELMCIP Final Report 

      Rettberg, Scott (West Virginia University Press, 2014)
      The introduction to the ELMCIP project final report, which includes all of the material formally required by HERA in the joint research project final report guidelines and additionally introduces the seminar reports and ...
    • Dialect variation in East Norwegian tone 

      Kristoffersen, Gjert (Mouton de Gruyter, 2007)
      In recent analyses of Scandinavian tonal accent, two competing hypotheses can be identified, the privativity hypothesis and the timing hypothesis. The more widespread is the privativity hypothesis, which assumes that the ...
    • Do You Think You're Part of This? Digital Texts and the Second Person Address 

      Walker, Jill (University of Jyväskylä, 2001)
    • Dreistadt: A language enabled MOO for language learning 

      Lech, Till Christopher; De Smedt, Koenraad (The University of Bergen, 2006-08-28)
      Dreistadt is an educational MOO (Multi User Domain, Object Oriented) for language learning. It presents a virtual world in which learners of German communicate with their fellow learners, teachers and native language users ...
    • Electronic Literature Communities 

      Rettberg, Jill Walker; Tomaszek, Patricia (West Virginia University Press, 2014)
      This chapter presents key findings from the sixteen separate analyses of communities in the Dichtung Digital issues and analyses of the data in the Knowledge Base of Electronic Literature.
    • The ELMCIP Knowledge Base 

      Rettberg, Scott; Rasmussen, Eric Dean (West Virginia University Press, 2014)
      This chapter documents the conceptual model of the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base, the development process that led to its development, and its technical implementation. It should be of interest to digital ...
    • Er norsk et naturlig språk? 

      Rosén, Victoria (Novus, 2000)
    • "I don't understand computer programming, because I'm a woman!" Negotiating gendered positions in a Norwegian discourse of computing 

      Corneliussen, Hilde G. (WIT Press, 2004)
      In this article I will discuss how young men and women in Norway perceive the existence of gendered expectations in relation to computers. The male and female students of computing that I have studied, share an understanding ...
    • Is 1 always less than 2 in Norwegian tonal accents? 

      Kristoffersen, Gjert (Franz Steiner Verlag GmbH, Stuttgart, 2006)
      As in Swedish, a tonal accent distinction is found in most Norwegian dialects. The distinction is dependent on primary stress, so that any primary stress will be pronounced with one of the two melodies that manifest the ...
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    • The Man of authority: images of power in Virgil’s Aeneid 1.50–156 

      Sandin, Pär (Skåneförlaget, 2000)
      In Aen. 1.50-156, Aeolus, king of winds, enforces his will by /imperium/, /vincla/ ('fetters') and /carcer/ ('imprisonment'), but his vanquisher, Neptune, lord of the sea, by /dictis/ ('words'), hence relying on natural ...