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Further Notes From the Prison-House of Language

2001-09-01

Linda Brigham works through Embodying Technesis by Mark Hansen.

Slash and Burn

1997-03-01

Harold Jaffe offers a narrative model for the millenium.

Reviewing the Reviewers of Literary Hypertexts

1998-12-30

Thomas Swiss unravels Laura Miller’s arguments in the New York Times Book Review and finds news of hypertext’s demise premature - as was Robert Coover’s call for the end of books five years ago in the same journal.

New Media and Old: The Limits of Continuity

2002-08-20

Lev Manovich makes the first sustained case for a new media theory, but with cinema as his starting point he has a hard time engaging the non-representational artforms and aural explorations to be found there. So argues the Australian media writer, geniwate.

Constrained Thinking: From Network to Membrane

2000-01-01

Paul Harris examines the theoretical aspects of constrained thinking in the age of electronic textuality (in 2000 words, natch!)

Stuttering Screams and Beastly Poetry

2001-09-01

Allison Hunter writes on Douglas Kahn, a modern musicologist who takes in the noise of modern battle, recordings from the tops of trains and the interiors of coalmines, and the musicality of undigitized everyday noise.

To Be Both in Touch and in Control

1999-03-30

Stephanie Strickland unravels the crochet of categorizations used to contain data, and explores the texture and topography of a hypertext poetics.

Mindful of Multiplicity

2001-09-01

Linda Carroli reviews Michael Joyce on networked culture, whose emergence changes our ideas of change.

Making the Rounds

1998-12-30

Elizabeth Jane Wall Hinds follows the narrative line of Pynchon’s Mason & Dixon as it bifurcates and spreads over the globe and across two centuries.

Electropoetics

1997-03-01

The second ebr special to employ the concrete poems of Daniel Wenk, working typographical variations on the term, “electropoetics.” Guest edited by Joel Felix, who in 1997 was an undergraduate Lit major at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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