Virtual texts have emerged within the realm of the Internet as the predominant mode of global communication. But despite the pervasiveness of the Internet in nearly all aspects of contemporary life, no single resource has cataloged the ways in which numerous disciplines have investigated and critiqued virtual texts. This bibliography provides more than 1500 annotated entries for books, articles, dissertations, and electronic resources on virtual texts published between 1988 and 1999. It explores such topics as the history and development of virtual communication, visualization studies, discourse studies, information design, computer-mediated communication and education, and privacy and intellectual property issues. Entries are arranged alphabetically within topical chapters, and extensive indexes facilitate easy access.An Annotated Bibliography, 1988-1999 Lory Hawkes, Christina Murphy, Joe Law ... through file indexing solutions like Gopher or retrieval solutions like wide area information service (WAIS). 67. Tremblett, Paul. aquot;What Are JavaServer Pages? ... Explains the associations possible through trailblazing and gives examples from ongoing projects to show how successful associative thinking has been applied.
|Title||:||The Theory and Criticism of Virtual Texts|
|Author||:||Lory Hawkes, Christina Murphy, Joe Law|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2001|