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The prelims comprise: Introduction: Defining Hypertext Association vs. Connection: The Dual Origins of Hypertext The Language Machine and the Body The Computer as a Medium and the Question of the Interface The Designer as the Third Man The Distribution of Intelligence at the Interface and the Future of the Person Hypertext, Cybernetics, and Space‐time Conclusion Acknowledgments.



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