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Contents PrefaceRay Siemens and Susan Schreibman 1. Introduction 2. In the Beginning Was the Ear 3. Writing and the Fixation of Thought 4. The Power of the Written Sign 5. Writing and Orality 6. Standards of Readability 7. Linearity and Tabularity 8. Toward the Tabular Text 9. Meaning and Effect 10. Filters in Reading 11. Textuality: Form and Substance 12. Textual Connections 13. Instances of Utterance 14. From Interactivity to the Pseudo-Text 15. Varieties of Hypertext 16. Context and Hypertext 17. The Limitations of Lists 18. Aporias of Hyperfiction 19. Reading Images 20. The Writer and Images 21. The Rise of the Visual 22. The Period, the Pause, and the Emoticon 23. Op. cit. 24. The Reader: User or Consumer of Signs? 25. Intensive and Extensive Reading, or the Rights of the Reader 26. Metaphors for Reading 27. Representations of the Book 28. The Role of the Publisher 29. The CD-ROM and the Nostalgia for the Papyrus Scroll 30. Giving the Reader Control 31. Text and Interactivity 32. Managing Hyperlinks 33. I Click, Therefore I Read 34. The End of the Page? 35. On the Fragment 36. The Body of the Text 37. The Decline of the Novel 38. The Rise of the Blog 39. A Culture of Participation and Sharing 40. Toward the Universal Digital Library Notes References
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