“Living in hypertext” is the description of my site and is also my engagement in recent years. Everyone who asks me about my doctoral dissertation expresses astonishment when I explain it is about literary hypertext, immediately asking what it is. Literary hypertext has to do with literature and computers. To be more precise, it is writing/reading literature using computers. The wonder stems from the common concept that literature is a humanistic field, while computer science is an exact field; computers are engaged in precise calculations, hence their name. In contrast, literature deals with imaginary worlds, emotions, deeds, and especially with people and events. There’s stress between the two fields, as one comes from exact Sciences and the other stems from humanities. Continue reading Living in hypertext without understanding what it is – the new era
International Holocaust Remembrance Day is not as crucial in Israel as it is in the world. In Israel, Holocaust Remembrance Day comes a week ahead of Israel’s Memorial Day and Independence Day, which comes next. Thus, the concept of “from the Holocaust to Revival” is presented. Nowadays, the remembrance of the Holocaust has been ever so important in light of the “fake news,” and proceedings, and actions that are spread around. We need to keep in mind the last century’s unthinkable acts of evil.