In terms of hypertextuality this points to an important quality of this information medium: hypertext does not permit a tyrannical, univocal voice. Rather the voice is always distilled from the combined experience of the momentary focus, the lexia one presently reads, and the continually forming narrative of one's reading path (George P. Landow "Hypertext," 11).

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