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  1. Honest Slots

    Honest Slots

    David Wright - 22.02.2023 - 12:22

  2. War Rooms: Three Poems

    War Rooms: Three Poems

    David Wright - 22.02.2023 - 12:23

  3. The impossibility of an ending in the mind of a compulsive gambler

    The impossibility of an ending in the mind of a compulsive gambler

    David Wright - 22.02.2023 - 12:24

  4. A Recombinant History of Australian Camels

    A Recombinant History of Australian Camels

    David Wright - 22.02.2023 - 12:25

  5. [The future of the humanities in Australia] or; On {On Generosity, National Press Club address}

    [The future of the humanities in Australia] or; On {On Generosity, National Press Club address}

    David Wright - 22.02.2023 - 12:26

  6. A Selflessly Evacuated Spirit

    A Selflessly Evacuated Spirit

    David Wright - 22.02.2023 - 12:27

  7. The Perfect Democracy

    The Perfect Democracy

    David Wright - 22.02.2023 - 12:46

  8. Putting the Pig Back Together Again: Dis(re)connection in "Figurski at Findhorn on Acid"

    Putting the Pig Back Together Again: Dis(re)connection in "Figurski at Findhorn on Acid"

    Richard Holeton - 23.02.2023 - 23:54

  9. Tegan Pyke

    Tegan Pyke is a PhD Candidate in Digital Culture at the University of Bergen, Norway. Her research is based on digital archival practice, with a particular focus on archival silences and institutional biases. She has previously worked with the British Library carrying out quality assurance on the New Media Writing Prize Special Collection, which is hosted on the UK Web Archive.

    Tegan Pyke - 24.04.2023 - 13:41

  10. Ted the Caver

    Ted the Caver is a gothic hypertext fiction piece regarded as one of the earliest examples of 'creepypasta' or online horror legend. Published to the free Angelfire web hosting service in early 2001, it’s presented as the authentic hypertextual diary of a man called Ted and documents his exploration of a 'mystery' cave system. During publication, Ted the Caver gained broad popularity. Although this has since waned, it continues to be shared among those who discuss gothic experiences (Taylor, 2020).

    Ted the Caver has been credited with pioneering two foundational aspects of online horror fiction—the use of real-time updates and the use of hyperlinks, the latter of which gave the work "a distinctive digital quality that could not have been reproduced on paper" (Crawford, 2019).

    Works cited:

    T. R. Taylor, "Horror Memes and Digital Culture," in The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Gothic, C. Bloom, Ed., Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020, pp. 985-1003.

    Tegan Pyke - 24.04.2023 - 16:01

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