The point is what we called the late age of print , and the transitional nature of the precipice on which we balance in philosophy is apparent

when we enter metabole.

Many of the texts to which it offers links are linear print-texts transcribed to HTML for the web-browsing screen. But at least a few others take advantage of the web's inherent multimedia, networking, and hypertext capabilities to subvert traditional notions of print literacy.
In short, Metabole has become, in its short history, less an online writing lab that performs electronic experiments in remediation than a sharply struck point about the interrelationships of technology and literacy, simultaneously questioning the ideology of print and creating a writing space in which textual transactions renegotiate literate behavior.

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Browsing today with an e-book is sometimes uncomfortable. Even with a Tablet PC device, sizes of screen are limited and we must invent an new hypertextual e-writing which corresponds with 3G mobile medias for instance.

Therefore, Hypertextual PHONEREADER Technology is a proposal for more powerful links between mobile pages designed especially for use with XML documents. PHONEREADER Technology achieves everything possible with HTML's URL-based hyperlinks and anchors. Beyond this, however, it supports multidirectional links where the links run in more than one direction. So you can invent your own hypertextual course with the right information database you need. Any element can become a link, not just the A element. Links do not even have to be stored in the same file as the documents they connect. These features make PHONEREADER Technology more suitable not only for new uses, but for things that can be done only with considerable effort in HTML on the classical web, such as cross-references, footnotes, end notes, interlinked data, and more.

Just try it on hypertextual.com !

In a web semantic manner, we work on a hyperlinking system that allowed users to organize and associate multiple links with any object (text, image sound or video) in an electronic discourse. We are not only focusing on navigation, but necessarily on discourse generation. Unlike conventional search engines, Semantic Link enables you to find pertinent information even if you do not have extensive knowledge about a subject. With traditional search engines, you need to supply keywords to locate relevant articles. In other words, you must have some working knowledge even before you start searching. Furthermore, because a single unique identifier is never enough to turn up all documents related to your topic, you also need to try combinations—a hit-and-miss strategy that can be very time consuming Semantic Link generates a searchable concept temporality in which nodes represent in time key topics in contemporary research and lines between nodes indicate important relationships.

 

 

 

Since the medium affects the writing , the question of how writing changes with the introduction of electronic media in general and hypertext in particular is relevant and challenging.
We wait for hypertexts on the theoretical and practical opportunities and challenges posed by the convergence of hypermedia systems and traditional written texts. Topics in these works might include: the nature of hypertextual time , cybertext/algorithmic anatomy, hypertext narratology, hypertext anti-narratology, the role of code in literary hypertext , hypertextual close reading , literary interfaces, minimalist hypertext , maximalist (sculptural) hypertext , the nature of hypertextual genre and the role of blogging in reading and writing . What else ?

 

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