Tag: Lexia to Perplexia

Notes Toward a Proleptic History of Electronic Reading

2004-08-27

Matthew Kirschenbaum rethinks the final section of First Person in light of “five basic strategies for furthering the history of reading.”

Moving Through Me as I Move

2004-11-05

Techno-poet Stephanie Strickland surveys the digital artistic practices of her peers and presents a “paradigm for interaction.”

Metaphoric Networks in Lexia to Perplexia (sidebar)

2004-04-03

Sidebar images from “Metaphoric Networks in Lexia to Perplexia.”

New Readings

2005-04-20

The reader steps to the fore in the final section of First Person, reconfigured and ready for interaction.

Bill Seaman's response

2004-04-02

Bill Seaman hyphenates the “hybrid-languages” of Lexia to Perplexia.

Eugene Thacker's response (excerpt)

2004-04-02

Eugene Thacker’s question: “To what degree does language account for the markers and meanings of embodied difference?”

N. Katherine Hayles responds

2004-01-08

The “cognitive entailments” of a reader, or “interactor,” are where Katherine Hayles redirects the new aesthetics of electronic textuality.

The Materiality of Technotexts

2003-03-27

A book about books conscious of their materiality, N. Katherine Hayles’ Writing Machines draws praise from Raine Koskimaa for its own media consciousness, and blame for embodied emphasis.