Cited as a "model article" in Computer-Mediated Communication
Magazine Style Guidelines. Schmeiser, a columnist for the
magazine, briefly discusses five HTML pages which
answer the question, "Is it possible to maintain both substance
and style on the Web?" The pages discussed and measured against
style and substance criteria are:
For Ever the
Twain Shall Meet: Mark Twain on the Web -- Unobtrusive
easy-to-read interface, and efficient content organization;
"user-friendly" literary archive.
Whole Frog Project -- Easy-to-download images of frogs
in various stages of deconstruction, and using the WWW to provide
scientific education. "A page where your tour of the frog allows
you to 'enter the heart and fly down blood vessels, poking (your)
head out at any point to see the structure of the surrounding
Appalachian Trail Club -- Demonstrates how to
write a page organizing information connection, ordering maps,
displaying topography while remaining simple in design.
FedWorld Home Page
-- The alphabetic nexus/nightmare of Federal agencies made easy.
Good study in well placed push-button links, alphabetic lists and
Synchronized -- Hypertext fiction organized initally from
this home page, featuring the first paragraph from each chapter,
and the subsequent chapter link. Strong strategy for hypertext
Text: Selective Annotated Bibliography.
Department of English, University of Minnesota
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Last revised 17 September 1996