Overview

Through innovations in digital typography and electronic publishing, computers enable new styles of reading. Audio and music, animation, video, multimedia, hypermedia, and live documents extend traditional literacy. Enhanced capabilities include character articulation, word-sized graphs and images, textual animation, spatial browsing, stereographic display, complementary multimedia, dynamic interaction, and duplex reading. A document can be considered a database, through which almost arbitrary slices can be made, reprojecting contents according to reader initiative.

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