Some ideas on the structure of browser prose:
Is there a way to make the first page of the website be different everytime you refresh the page ???
in that way, the story would always be told differently, the “time” and narrative of the story could then potentially be seen as rhisomatic rather than linear/a tree structure .
Sections of stories on every page + Multible/two or more options to move forward———-> endless combinations?
Félix Guattari and Gilles Deleuze – A Thousand Plateaus
“A rhizome does not start from anywhere or end anywhere; it grows from everywhere, and is the same at any point…. An example of this might be the internet, the World Wide Web, which has a rhizomatic structure. It has no point of origin, no central locus, nothing that controls or shapes or organizes it: the web simply grows. You can take out any link or any website (even any web browser) without damaging or changing the internet—it continues to exist without path or pattern.”
Deleuze and Guattari’s Rhizome / Maria Wrang-Rasmussen by blogadmin is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 3.0