McEneaney, John E. “Toward a Post-Critical Theory of Hypertext.”

Working Paper, 17 Dec. 1997. Retrieved 31 Aug. 2005.

This article discusses Agrippa in terms of an unconventional theory of hypertext that regards traditional print as more “hypertextual” than electronic text formats.

“on-line help systems, text-based diagnostic systems, and hypertext fiction [which] typically involve either a central axis of organization, a hierarchical structure, or both…[Agrippa’s] electronic medium serves not only to enforce the linearity of the text, but even takes the linearity two steps further by making it both directional and temporal-Agrippa is a one-way trip and there’s no way back!”