[-empyre-] 2 wr[b]yte

[-empyre-] 2 wr[b]yte

I believe that it is as grave a human error to believe that only what is new is good as it is to believe that only what is old is good. For an artist everything is good.

What is bad is to be dead.

Your Friend,


I agree,

I love all of the forms you have mentioned in your text. I personally have a very very large collection of books which I love... The questions we are dealing with ask the following: what are the new potentials that get opened out by electronic writing? They do not devalue the rich traditions of writing in any way. A novel has particular characteristics, the computer enables another set.

Professor Bill Seaman, Ph.D.
Department  Head
Digital+ Media Department (Graduate Division)
Rhode Island School of Design
Two College St.
Providence, R.I. 02903-4956
401 277 4956
fax 401 277 4966


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