I found out about this guy through my boss, who is his cousin, but he might be one of the best literary minds of our time. His new book, The Interrogative Mood: A Novel? consists entirely of non-sequitor questions to the reader. Here's why I think it's relevant to our discussion-- the opening quote, from Walt Whitman:
Do you take it I would astonish?
Does the daylight astonish? or the early redstart
twittering through the woods?
Do I astonish more than they?
Bold mine, but see what I mean? I think the whole point is embracing and making literary the bite-sized and hyper-interactive textual elements that pervade our culture. Only he's mocking it, too: he doesn't really care about your answers.