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Genres for a new mass medium: the Internet

Mühlhäuser, Max (1999):
Genres for a new mass medium: the Internet.
In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Technion Symposium Software for Communication Technologies, Hagenberg, Austria, Apr. 26-27, 1999, ISBN 3-9501023-0-2,
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Abstract

The Internet is about to become the fourth mass medium - besides Press, Radio, and TV. Personalized news and Video-on-Demand are just initial content types: like the other media, the Internet will bring forth specific genres. In the first part of this article, important characteristics of these future genres are worked out; keywords for these characteristics are: interactive, personalized, and evolutionary. It is shown what content creation for the new medium involves software engineering to a large extend. As a consequence, part two of the article relates the above characteristics to major requirements for authoring/development tools and methods. Requirements are discussed in further detail; they relate to computer science aspects such as realtime support, unification of HCI and softwrae, tight integration of enhanced browsing support, contents with variable challange<\em>, and others

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 1999
Creators: Mühlhäuser, Max
Title: Genres for a new mass medium: the Internet
Language: German
Abstract:

The Internet is about to become the fourth mass medium - besides Press, Radio, and TV. Personalized news and Video-on-Demand are just initial content types: like the other media, the Internet will bring forth specific genres. In the first part of this article, important characteristics of these future genres are worked out; keywords for these characteristics are: interactive, personalized, and evolutionary. It is shown what content creation for the new medium involves software engineering to a large extend. As a consequence, part two of the article relates the above characteristics to major requirements for authoring/development tools and methods. Requirements are discussed in further detail; they relate to computer science aspects such as realtime support, unification of HCI and softwrae, tight integration of enhanced browsing support, contents with variable challange<\em>, and others

Title of Book: Proceedings of the 3rd International Technion Symposium Software for Communication Technologies, Hagenberg, Austria, Apr. 26-27, 1999
ISBN: 3-9501023-0-2
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
20 Department of Computer Science
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2016 12:59
Identification Number: tk125
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