Hypertext, you decided, was a departure from Print Culture. It was not ‘at war’ with print. In fact, of course hypertext relied on print [What were we clicking on anyway?]. You thanked Stuart Moulthrop for clearing this up: multi-linear still contains lines] and then thought of how John Barth’s form relied on literary elements of ‘text’, ‘narrative’ and ‘author’. Of course they still existed. Hypertext presented a form-content dualism, but was never freed from the material, nor were its authors or readers or author-readers.