1999, Wita Wojtkowski, Systems development methods for databases, enterprise modeling, and workflow management:
The sense of mystory[sic] opens up for academics the conceptual space of allowing students a singular journey through a cybertext.
2002, Cheryl J Fish, Yi-Chun Tricia Lin, Women's studies then and now:
Cybertext may promote such a strong feeling of distance between readers, writers, and texts that referentiality to material conditions is downplayed. The very physical act of holding a book and turning its pages-in a sense, much more interactive than clicking a mouse […]
^Espen J. Aarseth (1997) Cybertext: Perspectives on Ergodic Literature: “Cybertext is a neologism derived from Norbert Wiener's book (and discipline) called Cybernetics, and subtitled Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine (1948)”