Let us take a look at the picture on the right.
Who is the "author" of this picture?
You may remembered Jack Dawson, or even better, James Cameron.
A description may be enough to describe an author, but in the hypertextual world, such description merely gives the reader the status of an author. The reader defines the boundaries of a work. In doing so, he confines the different authors whose individual work appears within the boundaries. In addition, the reader is also part of an author. He defines the meaning of this new 'work'. The notion of an author becomes a hybrid form: a combination of many authors into one. Example