Campuswide Undergraduate Journals
“What is hypermedia? The literal definition derives from hypertext, ie: graphics, audio, video, plain text, hyperlinks etc.; colliding to create information. This definition provides that there is no specific answer to what hypermedia should “look like”. As writers, artists, and creative people, this excites us.
So what is our philosophy? Our philosophy is to ask questions by publishing work which queries: What is writing? What is art? If a story is present in visual art, can’t the means by which it is communicated be termed writing? We want to discover how the presentation choices and processes of writing affect the content being presented and how these choices and processes affect the audience interacting with the work. We want to experiment. We want to dialogue.” – from Philosophy page