Myths, Misconceptions, and an Alternative Perspective on Information Usage and the Electronic Medium
Myths, Misconceptions, and an Alternative Perspective on Information Usage and the Electronic Medium 
The chapter is devided into 2 main part. In the first part, the author talks about four myths related to the hypertext hype. These are: "Associative linking of information is natural in that it mimics the workings of the human mind," "paper is a linear and therefore a constraining medium," "rapid access to a large manipulable mass of information will lead to better use and learning" and "future technologies will solve all current problems."
In the second part, the author introduces "a framework of reader-document interaction" called TIMS (Tasks, Information model, Manipulation facilities and Standard reading). The author states that this model should be used for describing the learning process.
No article is useless; it can always serve as a bad example.
The author doesn't cite only himself.
Don't offend other authors and then "proof" that you are right with a citation to your own work.
What about conciseness instead of filling pages with simple facts?
When is paper nonlinear?
Is the computer a good model for the human brain? Why or why not?