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Adobe Systems Inc. Acrobat. Vers. 1.0. Computer software. Mountain View CA: Adobe Systems Inc., 1993. Macintosh Plus or 80286 with Microsoft Windows 3.0.

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Akscyn, Robert M., Donald L. McCracken, and Elise A. Yoder. "KMS: A Distributed Hypermedia System for Managing Knowledge in Organizations." Communications of the ACM 31.7 (July 1988): 820-835.

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Asymetrix. Toolbook. Vers. 1.5. Computer software. WA: Asymetrix,. Microsoft Windows 3.0, VGA video, 2MB RAM required, 3MB recommended, mouse, 80386 CPU, 16 MHz.

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Begeman, Michael L. and Jeff Conklin. "The Right Tool for the Job." Byte (October 1988): 255+.

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Berk, Emily and Joseph Devlin, eds. Hypertext/Hypermedia Handbook. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1991.

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Bolter, Jay David. Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext, and the History of Writing. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1991.

---. Writing Space. Computer Software. Watertown MA: Eastgate Systems, 1990. Macintosh Plus, System 6.0, 2MB RAM.

Bonime, Andrew. "Sony's Data Discman: A Look at These New Portable Information Machines and What They Mean for CD-ROM Developers." CD-ROM Professional (September 1992): 55-65.

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Browyn, Gareth and Peter Sugarman, eds. Beyond CyberPunk! Computer software. Louisa VA: The Computer Lab, 1992. Macintosh Plus, System 6.0, HyperCard.

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Christensen, Murry C. Notes Toward a Mental Breakdown. Computer software. 1992.

Claris. HyperCard. Vers. 2.0. Computer software. Santa Clara, CA: Claris, 1992. Macintosh Plus, System 6.0.5, 1MB RAM.

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Cognetics. HyperTies. Vers. 3.05. Computer software. Princeton NJ: Cognetics, 1991. DOS 3.1, 540K.

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Cortázar, Julio. Hopscotch. Trans. Gregory Rabassa. 1966. New York: Pantheon-Random House, 1987.

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Davey, Frank and Fred Wah, eds. The SwiftCurrent Anthology. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1986.

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Delany, Paul and George P. Landow, eds. Hypermedia and Literary Studies. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1991.

DeRose, Steven J. "Biblical Studies and Hypertext." In Delany and Landow. 185-204.

Derrida, Jacques. Of Grammatology. Trans. Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak. Baltimore: John Hopkins UP, 1976.

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DiChiara, Robert. Sucker in Spades. Computer software. Watertown MA: Eastgate Systems, ?. Macintosh Plus, System 6.0, 2MB RAM.

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Di Sciullo, Pierre. "Quantange--Introduction." Emigré 18 (1991): n. pag.

Don, A. "Interactive Fiction." ARTCOM 9.9-10 (1990): n.pag.

Douglas, Jane Yellowlees. "Understanding the Act of Reading: The WOE Beginner's Guide to Dissection." Writing on the Edge 2.2 (Spring 1991): 112-125.

Dragland, Stan. "Back to Front: An Introduction." AirWave DreamScapes. Eds. Tim McLaughlin and robin. London ON: Ergo Press, 1991. 8-12.

Eagleton, Terry. Literary Theory: An Introduction. London: 1983.

Eastgate Systems. StorySpace. Vers. 1.2C. Computer software. Cambridge MA: Eastgate Systems, 1992. Macintosh Plus, System 6.0, 1MB RAM.

Egg, Charles. Rev. of InterMedia, IRIS. Computers and the Humanities 24 (1990): 324-329.

Eliot, T.S. The Waste Land and Other Poems. London: Faber and Faber, 1988.

---. Selected Prose of T.S. Eliot. London: Faber and Faber, 1982.

Elliot, Karen. "Introducing Mail Art: A Karen Elliot Interview with CrackerJack Kid and Honoria." Postmodern Culture 3.2 (January 1993): n. pag.

Engelbart, D.C. "A Conceptual Framework for the Augmentation of Man's Intellect." In Vistas in Information Handling. London: VI Spartan Books, 1963. [Not seen.]

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Engelbart, D.C. and Harvey Lehtman. "Working Together." Byte (December 1988): 245-252.

Ernst, Josef. "Computer Poetry: An Act of Disinterested Communication." New Literary History 23 (Spring 1992): 451-465.

Escalation Software. Filemix. Vers. 1.50. Computer software. London ON: Escalation Software, 1993. 80286, 640KB RAM.

Feibus, Michael and Michael Slater. "Pentium Power." PC Magazine (April 27, 1993): 1084.

Fiderio, Janet. "A Grand Vision." Byte (October 1988): 237+.

FitzGerald, Shawn. Yet Still More. Vers. 2.0. Computer software. Macintosh Plus, System 6.0, 1MB RAM. In Gess, Perforations.

Folio. Folio VIEWS. Vers. 2.1. Computer software. Provo UT: Folio Corporation, 1991.

Forque, Nathan. "Introducing: Zelig." Emigré 22 (1992): 22.

Foucault, Michel. The Order of Things. New York: Random House, 1970.

Frame Technology. FrameMaker. Vers. 3.0. Computer sofware. San Jose: Frame Technology, 1992. Windows 3.0, 4MB required / 8MB recommended, 80386 CPU.

Freud, Sigmund. The Standard Edition of the Complete Works of Sigmund Freud. Ed. and trans. James Strachey et al. 24 vols. London: Hogarth, 1958.

Friedman, Morton and Earl Rand. "A Computer-Based Writing Aid for Students: Present and Future." In Bruce K. Britton and Shawn M. Glynn, eds. Computer Writing Enviornments: Theory, Research, and Design. Hillsdale NJ: Lawrence Eribaum Assoc., 1989. 129-141.

Frisse, Mark. "From Text to Hypertext." Byte (October 1988): 247+.

"The Fruitful, Tangled Trees of Knowledge". The Economist 323.7764 (June 20-26, 1992): 85-88.

Furuta, Richard ed. EP 90: Proc. of the International Conference on Electronic Publishing, Document Manipulation, and Typography. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1990.

Gess, Richard. "Magister Macintosh." The Drama Review 37 (1993): 38-44.

---. Mahasukha Halo. Vers. 2.0. Computer software. Unpublished version, 1992. Macintosh Plus, System 6.0, 1MB RAM.

Gess, Richard ed. Perforations 1.3 (Spring/Summer 1992). After the Book: Writing Literature Writing Technology. Atlanta: Public Domain, 1992.

Goldschimdt, E.P. Medieval Texts and Their First Appearance in Print. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1943.

Graham, David. "The Emblematic Hyperbook: Using HyperCard on Emblem Books." In Delany. 273-286.

Guyer, Carolyn. Quibbling. Computer software. Watertown MA: Eastgate Systems, 1993. Macintosh Plus, System 6.0, 2MB RAM.

Guyer, Carolyn and Martha Petry. Izme Pass. Computer software. Writing on the Edge 2.2 (Spring 1991). Macintosh Plus, System 6.0, 2MB RAM.

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Haan, Bernard J. et al. "IRIS Hypermedia Services." Communications of the ACM 35.1 (January 1992): 36-51.

Halasz, Frank G. "Reflections on NoteCards: Seven Issues for the Next Generation of Hypermedia Systems." Communications of the ACM 31.7 (July 1988): 836-852.

Hamilton, Edith and Cairns Huntington, eds. The Collected Dialogues of Plato. Princeton NJ: Princeton UP, 1961.

Handa, Carolyn, ed. Computers and Community: Teaching Composition in the Twenty-First Century. Portsmouth NH: Boynton/Cook, 1990.

Hashim, Safaa H. Exploring Hypertext Programming: Writing Knowledge Representation and Problem-Solving Programs. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Winderest, 1990.

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Hawking, Stephen. A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes. Toronto: Bantam, 1988.

Haynes, Stephen L. "Intellectual Property and Licensing Concerns." In Berk and Devlin. 227-241.

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Hildebrand, H.D. "Final Jeopardy." Computer Language. (December 1992): 73+.

Holdstein, Deborah H. and Cynthia L. Selfe, eds. Computers and Writing: Theory, Research, Practice. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 1990.

Horn, Robert E. Mapping Hypertext: The Analysis, Linkage, and Display of Knowledge for the Next Generation of On-Line Text and Graphics. Lexington, MA: The Lexington Institute, 1989.

Howard, Bill. "Portable PCs: The Laptop Gap." PC Magazine 12.6 (March 30, 1993): 144+.

---. "Portable Computers: On the Road." PC Magazine 11.22 (December 22, 1992): 153+.

Humphery, Clark. The Perfect Couple. Computer software. Watertown MA: Eastgate Systems, ?. Macintosh Plus, System 6.0, 2MB RAM.

Hyperion Softword. Orpheus. Vers. 1.53. Computer software. Sherbrooke PQ: Hyperion Softword, 1993. 8086, 480KB RAM, DOS 3.2.

International Business Machines Corp. Linkway. Vers. 2.0. Computer software. Boca Raton, FL: IBM, ?. 8086 processor, 512KB RAM, DOS 2.1.

IRIS. Intermedia. Vers. 4.0. Computer software. Providence RI: Brown U IRIS (Institute for Research in Information and Scholarship), 1991. Apple computer running AUX.

Irizarry, Estelle. Rev. of Library of the Future, World Library, Inc. Computers and the Humanities 26(1992). 68-73.

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Joyce, Michael. Afternoon, A Story. Computer software. Jackson, MI: Riverrun Limited, 1989. Macintosh Plus, System 6.0, 2MB RAM.

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