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  1. Apr 2017
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    1. Digital logics can be a bit more pushy than print logics. So much for the supposed freedom of electronic literature

      I think you're right to hedge this point with "can be." I'd argue that "electronic literature" can take a bazillion different forms, some more "pushy," some less "pushy" than ink-on-paper print texts (with regard to their ordering "logics"). I'd therefore urge reformulating your point more along these lines: "The ordering logics of some digital genres [or: ... of some currently popular digital genres?] are in some ways more pushy and prescriptive than the ordering logics of many traditional paper-print genres."