Mark Bernstein is chief scientist of Eastgate Systems, Inc., publishers of hypertexts and hypertext tools since 1982.

Bernstein has been deeply involved with basic research in hypertext. He created HyperGate, an early hypertext authoring system. He was the designer of  Storyspace for Windows and of the Eastgate Web Squirrel. Bernstein was program co-chair of Hypertext '96 (Washington DC) and Hypertext '97 (Southampton, England).

An avid student of history, Bernstein is also the co-author, with Erin Sweeney, of the early non-fiction hypertext, The Election of 1912.

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