Ephemeral landscapes: of the page, past and future . . .

"Post"history -- Coconino World, France

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In printed and re-printing and re-re-printing comics on paper and in books, it is rare for anything except the cover to be modified, but the ease of electronic revision enables any panel of Internet-based, or Internet-only, comics to be edited again and again. Only the author, or a repeat visitor would know. At Coconino World and Coconino Webdo <http://www.cnbdi.fr/coconinoworld/index.html>, the panels are displayed exactly as Hogarth would have done, one at a time, and you flip back and forth as you like: a digital slide-show.

"Mon Maroc à moi: une expérience de Pat Cab", Version 1, January 2000.

"Mon Maroc à moi: une expérience de Pat Cab", Version 2, May 2000: the regularized text is more legible, but less personalized.

What's the "real" future of comics going to be?

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