MIT Press, 1988, 368 pages, index, some diagrams.
Condition: Very Good hardcover in purple and orange dustjacket and clear acetate glassine jacket protector; binding is tight and secure, pages clean, unmarked.
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Item DescriptionAnthology of articles on hyptertext writing. Includes, A new paradigm for writing with and for the Computer; Artificial Intelligence, Document Processing, and Hypertext; The Future of 'Writing' for the computer industry (Haselkorn); Artificial Intelligence and Automated Publishing Systems (James); Exploring the Connections between improved Technology - workstation and desktop publishing and improved methodology - Document databases (Brockmann);
The Ethics of automated publishing systems, a response (James); Text processing with the START Natural language system (Katz); Using an object-oriented programming language to create audience-driven Hypermedia Environments (Younggren); Hypertext - a way of incorporating user feedback into onine documentation (Carlson);
Hypertext and the Teaching of Writing (Slatin); Management, training and corporate culture; Usability - stereotypes and traps (Weiss); Technology + Design + Research = information design (Keyes, Sykes and Lewis); Designing On-line infomration; The Challenges of online documentation; AND MORE.