Hypertextopia is a space where you can read and write stories for the
internet. On the surface, it looks like a mind-map, but it embeds a
word-processor, and allows you to publish your stories like a blog.
It's designed to facilitate the writing of axial hypertexts
through the introduction of a pair of architectural features: the distinction between fragments and shards of a story, and mandatory link typing for all connections off the main axis.
You write in Hypertextopia by dragging the fragment arrow (the large one) or the shard arrow (the small one) and dropping them onto other fragments and shards, or onto empty space.
For now, this manifesto includes the proposal for an independent concentration — a proposal that is supposed to justify the existence of this site, and some annotated source code, for the curious.
If you still have questions after reading through, feel free to email and ask.