Recognizing Digital Genre

Recognizing Digital Genre, a short 2001 paper by Elaine Toms at the University of Toronto continues (for me, at least) Dillon's work on the shape of information, although it strangely doesn't reference Dillon. It does include one super neato experiment. Highlights:

The references lists related work by her and others. Thanks Elaine.

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