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A smart note about hyper-dimensional text

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At its inception hypertext has been defined as “non-linear” writing that can be read along various paths (Davis, 1989 p. 21). For example, there are multiple ways to read a website. We don’t read a website from “cover to cover.” Even traditional books should be consider hypertextual … there is more than one way to read a book or article…




Since taking Matt Ragland’s #90daynotes challenge in 2020, I’ve been sharing my smart notes on Instragram. This is a short form blog where I can share these notes to Medium audiences. Other contributors are welcome! Just shoot me an email or message.

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Lance Cummings PhD

Lance Cummings PhD

I write about the right use of ancient and new technologies to create new ways of thinking with writing … what I call iSophistry. 🤖 🏛️

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