hypertextually love

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  • adverb In a hypertextual way.

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Examples

  • This surely must be old news to all, as it was the runner-up in last year's Metropolis Next Generation Design Competition, but we think it needs to be entered into our archives, so that it can hypertextually decorate future posts, endlessly referenced in the hopes that heretofore unrelated ideas and/or fantasies just might spontaneously coalesce into a new landscape paradigm in a violent reactive explosion right in front of our dumbstrucked faces.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • This surely must be old news to all, as it was the runner-up in last year's Metropolis Next Generation Design Competition, but we think it needs to be entered into our archives, so that it can hypertextually decorate future posts, endlessly referenced in the hopes that heretofore unrelated ideas and/or fantasies just might spontaneously coalesce into a new landscape paradigm in a violent reactive explosion right in front of our dumbstrucked faces.

    The Jersey Array

  • In the section on interactivity above, I suggested that Blake put the two books of Innocence and Experience together with the expectation that the reader would compare them hypertextually, particularly those songs that have the same title, such as "Holy Thursday" and

    Blake's Contraries Game

  • In this sense, the two poems work intertextually, or hypertextually: one is

    Blake's Contraries Game

  • It opens with the final scene, and invites you to navigate the text that led up to it hypertextually, following character-based indexes to the text.

    Boing Boing

  • Today's smarter browsers like Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox function as prophylactics for the web, tracking infected sites and warning you before you visit a page that could give you a hypertextually-transmitted disease.

    Forbes.com: News

  • An exploration of race also plays a large role in these poems, which, as Yancy pointed out, are "hypertextually and intertextually linked to the lived experiences of being black in America and the religious and spiritual semiotic spaces of Africa and Afro-America."

    PoetryFoundation.org

  • An exploration of race also plays a large role in these poems, which, as Yancy pointed out, are "hypertextually and intertextually linked to the lived experiences of being black in America and the religious and spiritual semiotic spaces of Africa and Afro-America."

    PoetryFoundation.org

  • An exploration of race also plays a large role in these poems, which, as Yancy pointed out, are "hypertextually and intertextually linked to the lived experiences of being black in America and the religious and spiritual semiotic spaces of Africa and Afro-America."

    PoetryFoundation.org

  • An exploration of race also plays a large role in these poems, which, as Yancy pointed out, are "hypertextually and intertextually linked to the lived experiences of being black in America and the religious and spiritual semiotic spaces of Africa and Afro-America."

    PoetryFoundation.org

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