Marcel O'Gorman offers a candid account of what it means to introduce the computer apparatus into teaching in the humanities.
Stephanie Strickland investigates an epistemological shift in web-specific art and literature, from an understanding that is less about structure and more about resonance.
The Politics of Information: fifth and final installment under the Technocapitalist thread.
Eastgate Systems alumns Diane Greco and Mark Bernstein explain two "exotic tools for hypertext narrative."
Lance Olsen reviews Shelley Jackson's first print collection.
Despite talk of endings and absences at Eastgate Systems, Dave Ciccoricco investigates continuities in the work of Michael Joyce and Mark Bernstein.
As Christian Moraru argues here that the new is still the objective in contemporary writing. But writers and artists make it by making it anew rather than new ("Get it used," Andrei Codrescu invites us), a new not so much novel as renovated, reframed and reproduced rather than produced, which by the same token redefines and advertises authorship as deliberate plagiarism.