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|User's guide||here||A user's guide to GZigZag: contains screenshots. Shows how to operate the current prototype.|
|GZigZag: CyberText platform||here||GZigZag: a platorm for [HC]y[pb]ertext experiments, intended for eventual publication in the Cybertext Yearbook edited by Markku Eskelinen & Raine Koskimaa. This is a recommended introduction to the general idea of what GZigZag is all about. Also contains a glossary explaining the strange words like flob or permascroll that you may encounter on this site.|
|GZigZag glossary||here||Short explanations of the central concepts around GZigZag.|
|Gentle Introduction to the structure||here||A gentle introduction to the ZigZag structure. Concerned with the abstract structure and designing good representations of things using it. Very much work in progress.|