DynaText configured as atomized, or network-structured, hypertext.

In this screenshot from Landow's Hypertext in Hypertext the reader first opened the overview for critical theory--one also exists for hypertext--and clicking once upon "Derrida," opened a manually created menu listing linked materials on this topic. From this menu the reader has opened a passage from Hypertext, a discussion by another author of Derridean deconstruction, and a selection from Derrida's "Structure, Sign, and Play in the Social Sciences." Readers configure Hypertext in Hypertext in very different ways depending upon whether they employ DynaText's table of contents to follow a linear mode or use overviews to encounter a networked one. Different tasks and different intellectual styles benefit from such configurable text.