"A created photographic landscape, when clicked upon, yields texts: sparser lines at the level of the sky above, a denser paragraph below. Fading before they can be read, these texts can be summoned back by clicking again in the same spot, or the reader can go on to another text, reading pieces of each at a time. The texts, like the images, are abstract, mentioning an event or scene and inviting readers to imagine the characters and relationships involved." -- From Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 1
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The Electronic Literature Collection Volume 1
Published in 2006 by Electronic Literature Organization.
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