Considering hypertext as a subset of cybertexts, Markku Eskelinen offers seven examples of how to implement Espen Aarseth’s seven-fold typology.
Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink performs an autopsy on the hypertextual corpse.
In response to Nick Montfort’s review of Cybertext, N. Katherine Hayles coins an alternative term, Cyber|literature.
John Cayley reviews the Hypertext ‘97 Conference, which brought together representatives from corporate and academic sectors.
Todd E. Napolitano on the kitsch of on-line journals, most of which have flashed and disappeared since they were panned here, in the Fall 1996 ebr.
Greg Dyer steals glances at women(’s) writing on the World Wide Web.
Paul Harris explores IN.S.OMNIA’s technographies.
Anne Burdick reads Jay David Bolter’s Writing Space.
On the present and future of hypertext poetics (circa 1997).
Artist Eduardo Kac writes on the attractions of the hologram as a malleable, fluid, and elastic medium for poetic expression.