This article is a worthwhile read, I think, and also an example for what can be done with collaborative writing in literary studies (most folks are hostile to the idea). It also shows that magazine-type diversion elements--the quotes to the side, and the film strip--may be used successfully in academic writing. Further, I'm still really interested in Derrida's deconstruction, especially his later ideas on "the impossible," and would like to eventually do theory-type scholarly work of that type. By defining the terms of the Morris documentary on McNamara entitled The Fog of War, the writers show how ideas work. To question an as-yet unquestioned idea makes literary studies powerful in the real world, if there ever was or ever will be a "real world."
I've been thinking about the benefits that hypertext media could offer teaching. Using this blog as an archive, or a way to structure information so that it can be found quickly, has led me to this.