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Jill Walker's response

2004-03-23

Jill Walker questions who (or what) sets the rules for interaction.

Camille Utterback responds in turn

2004-03-22

Camille Utterback’s physical poetics, re-symbolized.

Literal Art (sidebar)

2004-03-18

Sidebar images from “Literal Art: Neither Lines nor Pixels but Letters.”

The Pixel/The Line

2004-11-30

For all the talk of cyber-difference, screens still behave like pages. The contributors in section six have developed, in response, a digital aesthetics unlike that of print.

Douglas and Hargadon respond in turn

2004-11-04

Choosing between James Joyce and Stephen King means choosing between engagement and immersion. Or does it?

Richard Schechner's response (excerpt)

2004-11-04

Are actors really acting when they’re characters? How about characters - can they really act? Richard Schechner asks twice.

Henry Jenkins responds

2004-11-04

Who says hypertext readers have more brains than gamers? Not Henry Jenkins.

Stephanie Strickland responds in turn

2004-11-05

Stephanie Strickland makes marks an intervention across the “I.”

Camille Utterback's response

2004-11-05

Camille Utterback figures the mouse click as weakly interactive.

Mark Bernstein and Diane Greco respond in turn

2004-11-07

Mark Bernstein and Diane Greco address “the utility question.”

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