This video by Michael Wesch is about the change from linear text to hypertext. Linear text is the material we are used to reading in books, magazines, newspapers, and other printed material. The content is displayed in a straight line of paragraphs and pages from beginning to end. Readers are expected to read the material in the order in which it appears on the page. Hypertext, on the other hand, uses hyperlinks that take the reader to other places in the text or to other texts altogether. Readers, not writers, are in control of the order in which they look at the material in front of them. Google.com, Yahoo.com, Youtube.com, and Wikipedia.com are example of hyper links. The content in this video I find good. The point that linear text has envolved into hypertext. In the video I reconigize that Michael used examples of both linear text and hypertext. He also showed the difference and how hypertext is more versital then linear text. The difference between content and form is form can refer to both broad and specific types of literature. For example, form could refer to whether or not we are writing a novel, poetry, or play. It can also refer to things within these categories. In poetry, for example, we have the haiku, the sonnet, free verse, and blank verse. With Sonnets we have Shakespearian and Petrarchan. Content is simply what is actually written. At times, form can dictate content. The sonnet form, for example, usually contains idealized romance or a deep non-romantic affection. At times, however, authors may choose to use unlikely content within a certain form to achieve an ironic effect. Humans are in control and not the machine. The reason why is because when we post and then tag pictures, we are teaching the machine. Also, each time we forge a link, we teach it an idea.