Ten years ago, I asked a hypertext conference, "Where are the hypertexts?" That's still a good question. I still don't know the answer.
Since 1982, I've been associated with Eastgate, publishers of hypertexts and builders hypertext systems. We have lots more hypertexts today than we did in 1982 or 1989.
But our virtual shelves are far too bare. What's taking so long?