6 Matching Annotations
  1. Oct 2015
    1. Ironically, more theory about hypertext was produced in the days before the web

      Brian Kim Stefan's ideas are differentes because he talk about Electronic Literature but before the web. So, we can do things without the computer

    1. works with important literary aspects that take advantage of the capabilities and contexts provided by the stand-alone or networked computer

      I can imagine Electronic Literature without computers. Maybe we can use lights for write things in the wall, but that will be a very small literature for very few people

    2. Perhaps it begins with the love letter generator Christopher Strachey wrote for the Manchester Mark I in 1952 (Wardrip-Fruin)

      That's a good point for initiate a project about love

    1. Digital Literature

      In French is Littérature Numerique? I'd like to know

    1. Electronic literature does not reside in any single medium or institution.

      So, the big question for me is: How can we make for returning the electronic literature to the original paper format?

    2. Novels that take the form of emails, SMS messages, or blogs

      For me this information (SMS messages) is very interesting because that allows us to create projects that can generate a deep interaction