1. Read the below article, which uses the story we discussed in class as a jumping-off point:
2. Write a short paper answering these questions (in response to the story and the linked reading):
a. List three ways in which reading on the internet is different than reading from a book.
b. How is the web-reading experience "non-linear"? And how does linear thinking differ from non-linear thinking?
c. In what way does non-linear reading invite us to be the "author" of texts that we read, even if we didn't in fact write those texts?