Hyper reading

I heard the term hyper reading for the first time today; this post gives more detail of what it is.

Last year I discovered digital fiction. Has anyone used digital fiction?

For my extended topic on my blog I will discuss close reading and hyper reading. In class, we read a text by N. Catherine Hayles called “How We Read: Close, Hyper, Machine”, where Hayles discusses the details of hyper reading. It ‘identifies texts and passages most relevant to a given query’, and an example of this is the […]

via Close Reading Vs. Hyper Reading — Emma Power

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