[-empyre-] Re:replying to several posts

" sounds interesting, but where is the auditor / reader in
relation to the
text/machine (Aarseth), possibly implicit in your reference
to 'writing
potentialities'. . .I think one must take care not to
objectivize the text
external to its interpretation too greatly; one needs a
theory for the machine"

About this, I agree with above affirmative, and I wanna
suggest this theory perpasses the concept of immersion,
anyway. And to me, computer is a symbolic machine only if can
stimulate a semiosis. It don't need a human to begins, but
the symbols don't exist for themselves, don't them?


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