h y p e r t e x t
j o u r n e y s

In readerly texts, the author takes the reader on a journey.
In the hypertextual medium, by contrast, the reader can take the wheel, so to speak, and control the journey herself.

So the nature of the journey can range from passive to active, depending on the type of text and the author's willingness to take the back seat.

Erica Jean Seidel