A journal on Net Art with reference and application to electronic literature. IASL started as a print journal and now takes advantage of online network communication, publishing electronically and free of charge since 1999. As an academic forum, the journal includes both theoretical accounts and artist statements concerning Hyperfiction and Hypermedia. Descriptions of artist projects fall under three categories: "Tips," "Collected Tips," and "Short Tips." Here, one finds discussions on early experiments in electronic writing, ranging from Douglas Davis, "The World´s First Collaborative Sentence" (1994) to Talan Memmott, "Lexia to Perplexia" (2004). The journal appears in irregular intervals and has been available in English translation since August 2003. ISSN: 1612-0442.