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Flusser's hypertext experiment in the 90s: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-77758-5_17

Routledge Companion to Remix Studies (2015)

THE CHANGING MONOGRAPH:

Academic Book of the Future: https://academicbookfuture.org/

https://mellon.org/resources/shared-experiences-blog/monograph-publishing-digital-age/

https://insights.uksg.org/articles/10.1629/uksg.399/

https://hcommons.org/deposits/objects/hc:16748/datastreams/CONTENT/content

https://scalar.usc.edu/works/numbered-lives-life-and-death-in-quantum-media/what-is-here?path=index

"To Hell with Herbert Read" -- taking a pamphlet, "To Hell With Culture," and writing over it

"A few years later, in the second half of 1930s, there were some tests on the so-called fax newspaper or radio newspaper (Waldrop & Borkin, 1938). It was meant to allow a radio listener to print a daily newspaper at home at a fixed time of the day. This kind of newspaper was transmitted through dedicated radio frequencies, and then decoded and printed through a specific device integrated into the classic radio receiver of the time, as a scroll. The reader didn’t know its size, either, until it was fully printed." (Ludovico - Looking for the Spaceless Book, an E-Publishing Archaeology")

history of micropublishing

Power 1990, "Edition of One": https://archive.org/details/editionofoneauto0000powe

see also notes on Facsimiles