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  • Bernstein, Mark - Developer of hypertext software (notably Storyspace and Tinderbox) and hypertext theorist, publisher and editor. Weblog, links to publications.
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  • Blustein, Jamie - Scholarly resources on hypertext, including advice for students), publications, bookmark index, personal information, non-scholarly resources, off-line activities, address.
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  • Bolter, Jay David - Author of two influential books in hypertext theory: Writing Space (1991) and Remediation (1998, with Richard Grusin). Publications and teaching syllabi.
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  • Cole, William - Has researched hypertext in relation to the Talmud. Includes a CV and list of publications.
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  • Deena Larsen's Hypertext and Electronic Literature Corner - General introduction, list of hypertexts categorized by the time needed to enjoy each one, recommended webzines, and Larsen's own hypertext fiction.
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  • Greco, Diane - Greco has published hypertext fictions and theory, and has worked as a hypertext editor at Eastgate. Her weblog comments hypertext and related fields and has links to her other work.
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  • Johnson-Eilola, Johndan - Recent publications and conference presentations, course notes, weblog.
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  • Luesebrink, Marjorie (also known as M. D. Coverley) - Hypertext theorist and author, whose site contains most of her fictional and theoretical work.
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  • Marshall, Cathy - Developer, theorist and hypertext fiction author whose research is in the fields of annotation, spatial hypertext and e-books. Several publications available here.
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  • Miles, Adrian - Personal website of this Australian researcher on hypertext, media studies and cinema.
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  • Picot, Edward - Articles about and criticism of hyperliterature and links to other related sites.
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  • Rosenberg, Jim - Hypertext theorist and author of spatial hypertext poems. Links to both theory and artistic work, and a bibliography of offline work.
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  • Walker, Jill - jill/txt is Jill Walker's weblog or research diary about hypertext fiction, electronic texts, net art, net literature, MUDs and MOOs, computer games and cyberculture.
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