Don Lavoie taught at GMU many years before he passed away in 2001. Most of Don’s work was in comparative systems and central planning, but in the early to mid 90s he spent a few years investigating hypertext. Don claimed that someday economics would be written in linkable, annotatable form, rather than on paper. Economics, in his Gadamer-drenched view, would become one big giant conversation rather than a series of isolated papers. Here is one snippet of his views. For a few years he talking about the idea non-stop.
At the time I thought he was crazy.