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Sample Screens & Text Nodes

from Figurski at Findhorn on Acid

 

[Note: only some of the links indicated in sample nodes are functional.]

NAVIGATION & GENERAL NODES

CHARACTERS

PLACES

ARTIFACTS

SCENARIOS

NOTES


MAP VIEW of the overall structure

The nine main directories contain both text and other directories that contain text spaces. The reader can navigate through the hypertext by clicking on spaces from any Map View, then shifting to a text view to read each node.

Map View

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The NAVIGATOR space allows readers to select and follow or return to a particular character, place, artifact, time sequence, or note. There are numerous links to the NAVIGATOR space throughout the hypertext.

Navigator

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The reader can choose to follow or review 12 main chronological sequences. The default route leads from one time line to the next.

Time Lines

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Here is the first part of the overall Chronology, which continues into the 21st century and beyond.

Chronology

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The NOTES, which offer metacommentary on the "main text," are divided into the nine thematic directories pictured in this map view.

Notes

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Note 054, in the directory "freedom/fear_o'writing," links sound track suggestions back to other scenes in the hypertext. In a full-blown version (e.g., on a CD), I would like to include actual sound tracks with these links.

note 054

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Note 094, in the directory "meat/death," is a map of pork cuts linked to references in the text to Rosellini's 1737 Mechanical Pig

pig

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