An Infinitely Re-Centerable System
"As readers move through a web or network of texts, they continually shift the center--and hence the focus or organizing principle--of their investigation and experience. Hypertext, in other words, provides an infinitely re-centerable system whose provisional point of focus depends upon the reader, who becomes truly active in yet another sense. . . [A]nyone who uses hypertext makes his or her own interests the de facto organizing principle (or center) for investigation at the moment" (George P. Landow
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