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An unconventional use of blog space — the rough draft of my hypertext nonfiction, “Being Cenantua”

April 20, 2008 by

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It’s most certainly a work in-progress, but for what it’s worth, I’m opening access to my hypertext nonfiction, “Being Cenantua.” Personally, I consider the site currently on par with a construction site in an early stage (READER BEWARE — there are “dead links.” O.K., by definition, they don’t necessarily qualify as “dead links,” the hyperlinked […]

Hypertext non-fiction vs. Hypertext fiction

March 4, 2008 by

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Just out of curiosity, I Googled “hypertext non-fiction” and then “hypertext fiction” to compare the number of hits that each would bring up. Remarkably, there were only 68 hits (though once I clicked on the second page of hits, I found only 23 active returns for the search. I should also note that when Googling […]

Hypertextualizing personal memory of the Civil War

March 1, 2008 by

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After creating the category about my personal “memory” of the Civil War, I am left wondering if such memories can hypertextualized. But before I go on with this thought, let’s take a time out for a minute to see where I am going with this. NO, the historian isn’t losing his mind here. This bouncing […]