A cybergenre that bears a "chromosomal imprint" of an antecedent genre in another medium, but demonstrating significant change warranting identification as a new genre (Shepherd & Watters, 1998).
Shepherd, M., & Watters, C. (1998). The evolution of cybergenres. In 31st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, ed. R.H. Sprague, Jr. Maui: IEEE Computer Society Press.
A online "personalized news page" has emerged from newspapers' migration into cyberspace to accommodate internet users' expectations for individualization of services.
Emerging Genres class, N.C. State University, Spring 2010