In the late-eighties and early nineties, electronic writers wrote hypertext fiction and poetry, the classic example being afternoon, a story by Michael Joyce. In hypertext literature
the narrative unfolds through a long series of links that produce
different outcomes — but now the shrapnel of the technological
explosion includes hundreds of sub-categories, each completely unique. —Sabrina Jaszi, Flavorwire
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