10.0772 new on WWW: English errors; Kairos

WILLARD MCCARTY (willard.mccarty@kcl.ac.uk)
Thu, 13 Mar 1997 02:06:58 +0000 (GMT)

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 10, No. 772.
Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (Princeton/Rutgers)
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
Information at http://www.princeton.edu/~mccarty/humanist/

[1] From: "Paul [not \"Brian\"] Brians" <brians@mail.wsu.edu> (8)
Subject: New site: Common Errors in English

[2] From: Mick Doherty <doherm@rpi.edu> (78)
Subject: KAIROS 2.1 (Spring 1997)

Date: Wed, 12 Mar 1997 11:36:57 -0500 (EST)
From: "Paul [not \"Brian\"] Brians" <brians@mail.wsu.edu>
Subject: New site: Common Errors in English

"Common Errors in English" is a new Web site which simply and
entertainingly explains a number of common spelling and usage
errors in English. Created by Washington State University Professor
of English Paul Brians.

Paul Brians, Department of English,Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-5020

Date: Wed, 12 Mar 1997 11:36:40 -0500 (EST)
From: Mick Doherty <doherm@rpi.edu>
Subject: KAIROS 2.1 (Spring 1997)

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Vol. 2 Issue #1 (Spring 1997)

..... is now available on the WWW @


LOGGING ON: The Editors' Web

Defensio tabularum:
A Defense of Archiving Writing Created for Webbed Environments
Dene Grigar, Texas Woman's University

So Ya Wanna Be An Editorial Boarder ...?
How Webtexts Travel from Submission to Publication in Kairos (Sometimes)
Nick Carbone, University of Massachusetts and Marlboro State College

Frames in Action
Jason Teague, Kairos Production Manager

Changes in Kairos 2.1
Compiled by Greg Siering and Mick Doherty


Tenure and Technology: New Values, New Guidelines
Coordinated by Seth Katz, Janice Walker, and Janet Cross


Rhetorics of the Web: Implications for Teachers of Literacy
Doug Brent, University of Calgary

Collaborative Spaces and Education
Daniel Anderson, University of Texas at Austin
Joi Lynne Chevalier, University of Texas at Austin

Embedded Visuals: Student Design in Web Spaces
Tonya Browning, University of Texas at Austin

The Seven Ages of Computer Connectivity
John F. Barber, Northwestern State University


InterMOO: Jay David Bolter
with Dean Fontenot and John Chandler

InterMOO: Paul LeBlanc
with Claudine Keenan and Mick Doherty

What's Going On Out There?
Scott Kapel
Overviews of Project Gutenberg, the Epiphany Project,
Composition in Cyberspace, Crossroads, Annenberg/CPB, Netoric,
Jesters, and the Hyperfiction Narrative Workshop.

Astride the Divide: Third Epiphany Institute
Gail Matthews DeNatale

News Briefs
Academic Access Rights ... Robert Walls, Folk Hero? ...
NCTE Passes Visual Literacy Resolution ... National Writing
Project News ... Coming Soon: Webbed Versions of CommonSpace,
Connect, Daedalus

Conference Roundup
Educom 96 ... NCTE-Chicago ... Diversity University Fall
Conference III ... Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility ...
Mid Atlantic Alliance for Computers and Writing

Calls for Participation


Papertexts: Wizards, Wired Women, Historians, Contrarians,
Eulogizers, and Other Online Personae
Coordinated by John F. Barber

Fourteen reviewers take turns examining and reflecting on
eleven papertext books which examine the history, present and
future of the online world. An interlinked hypertextual spin
collapses the boundaries between reviewer(s) and text(s) and
invites the reader to join the conversation.

Books reviewed include Wired Women, The Gutenberg Elegies,
The Wired Neighborhood, Life on the Screen, Link/Age, The Future Does
Not Compute, CyberReader,Jand several others.

Respond to Kairos ...
net.Thread is your instant online feedback to Kairos.

Kairos is sponsored by the national Alliance for Computers & Writing
http://english.ttu.edu/acw/ [Contact us: Editor Mick Doherty, mick@rpi.edu]