New Worlds, New Words: Exploring Pathways for Writing about and in Electronic Environments
John F. Barber, Dene Grigar
Hampton Press, Jan 1, 2001 - Computers - 437 pages
This collection of essays examines and experiments with changing notions of writing about and in electronic spaces, as well as visualizing how some of this writing might appear were it captured in print.
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