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Writing Networks: New Media, Potential Literature
Vol. 29, No. 5, Fourth Annual New York Digital Salon (1996), pp. 355+357+359+361+363+365+367+369+371+373
Published by: The MIT Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1576401
Page Count: 10
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THE PROCESS OF WRITING FOR NEW MEDIA IS EXPLORED THROUGH discussion of the author's work of electronic text for the World Wide Web ("The Book of Endings"), the work of members of the OuLiPo (particularly Georges Perec, Raymond Queneau, and Italo Calvino), and two new technologies developed by the New York University Media Research Laboratory (Pad and Improv). Issues of structure, constraint, and the relationship of author, text, and reader are given particular focus.
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