ArtsElectric: a new online calendar, internet directory, and information resource for new music and media arts.
ACM SIGWEB: the main professional society for hypertext research.
A List Apart: Jeffrey Zeldman's weekly Web magazine for people who make Web sites
AskTog: user interface designer Bruce Tognazzini
CamWorld: the most comprehensive directory of web logs
Clickz: a network of news sites about internet marketing, advertising, a commerce. Daily columns by internet businesspeople, often defending their business models or deriding those of their competitors. Microscope, for example, invites three advertisers to critique a new banner ad each week.
Dichtung Digital: prominent German hypertext journal. Many articles in English and German.
Eastgate: Hypertext publishers. In addition to their catalog, Eastgate offers a useful compendium of hypertext information. Courses, events, case Studies, and bibliographies. The Eastgate Reading Room publishes original hypertext for the Web.
Electronic Literature Organization supports all forms of electronic writing.
Grafica is a fascinating collection of news about computer graphics, visual design, and the Web, ranging from file formats to Timothy Housz's Elephant's Memory, an intricate, synthetic pictographic language capable of saying things like "I'm so glad you are pregnant!" or "Do you hear the frog shout?".
Hipertulia: hypertext reviews and commentary by Susana Pajares Tosca. in Spanish and English
HypertextNow: Essays on hypertext theory and literature, many contributed by Mark Bernstein.
Rosemary Simpson (Brown University) is testing a new Hypertext Research and Resource Testbed.
Information Design: Peter Bogaards presents a monthly survey .
Netzwissenschaft.de is a Web-based research site with references, links, and bibliographic information about hypertext and literary theory on the Web. By Reinhold Grether. In German.
PeterMe: Peter Merholz's inimitable survey of breaking Web news.
Scripting News: Dave Winer's news page on scripting technologies has evolved to survey the growth of Web technology in general.
Tomalak's Realm: a superb daily review of internet software news.
useit.com: Usability guru Jakob Nielsen's biweekly AlertBox
Webmonkey: A Wired subsite dedicated to advanced Web tutorials.
wired news: the best source for tech culture trends
Word Circuits: Robert Kendall's compendium of literary hypertext and electronic poetry. "A place for poetry and fiction born to pixels rather than the page."
Hypertext Literary Magazines
Memoir and Digital Storytelling
Justin's Links from Underground (Justin Hall)
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