Hypertext and Editing

Sunday, February 25th, 2007

Susan Gibb wrestles with editing the hypertext:

The premise is simple, a couple who either did or didn’t stay together after a college relationship and summer cross-country trip; the stories relate in that they are different viewpoints and different paths–the what if’s we all wonder about. But where they intersect–the hyperlink–doesn’t completely make sense as I have it, based upon words alone. The reader may well wander about forever and not come to the end of the story. There’s also a flow that doesn’t always necessary represent a logical storyline when links are clicked.


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