The James Joyce Text Machine: Future Shock
Some hypertext avenues to be explored...
Berkeley, California: July 3, 2001; Trieste, Italy: June 16, 2002
1 Annotation software Beckman, Anaya, proxy servers, layers 2 DNA genetic software textual genetic software 3 Hypertext/electronic literacy Theory, practice, discussion, demographics 4 Computer Industry: Anti-trust Microsoft case, Supreme Court on copyright, Netscape/AOL 5 Index/concordances Word patterns, selectrive retrieval 6 Text chunking Paragraph, section numbering 7 Style sheets Uniform appearance, user selectable patterns 8 Gabler left-hand pages Select level on the fly 9 Media, multimedia Add pictures, song and reading audio, animated graphics,video 10 Tutorial Introduction to scholar's HTML 11 XML as database: Structured as data, pages on demand, Xlink, Xpointers 12 Frontiers 1: Customized keyboard, Explorer bars and bands, e-readers 13 Frontiers 2: Customized Help, Bookmarklets, HTML+Time, tooltips. doubleclick 14 Frontiers 3: Sniffers for browser, screen, OS, plugins, enabled 15 Dreamweaver vs. Microsoft: Behaviors, inner HTML, runtime, ID, .NET initiative, XP 16 Browser Wars revisited Netscape 7, Internet Explorer 6, Opera 6 -- what will AOL do? 17 W3C A new hope for webstandard browsers -- what will programmers do? 18 Netscape 4.7 (c. 1998) When will scholars and academic networks upgrade -- and to what?