"About Time" is a work of interactive hypertext fiction that features a "double helix" of "two braided parallel paths." The work "takes the position that all of human time is now, though some aspects of now are more distant than others, temporally speaking. While some files may be very far away, they are available with a click.
Cro de Granville will speak for himself as often as he can. It is in his nature to do so.
As for Mouth, his story comes from the deep unfolding time. Because of this one may note certain anachronisms in his world. These are not errors but translations from his Archaic language into contemporary idiom.
All time is equal. History is merely one possible ordering of event for the convenience of temporally unidirectional beings." -- Rob Swigart, from the work's description
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Published in 2002 by Word Circuits.
This was copy donated to the Electronic Literature Lab by Dr. Talan Memmott and J. Patrick Forden in Fall of 2018.
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