VII:37. In this late age of print writers are tantalized by the potentiality of
programming (pro-writing) which may allow cooperative, co-creational interaction with their own
This is a potentiality which is already some part of the experience of all readers and writers,
but it has typically been seen as allied with the (radical, subversive, occasional) practices of
writers who are, at times, characterized as innovative. If the language-based textualities of
cyberspace are not drowned
out in the coming audio-visual deluge, they promise to internalize a new, but (strangely, theoretically)
familiar form of literacy for a much broader community of reader-writer-programmers.