Re: [-empyre-] C. S. Peirce and Code

Thanks. You made my day.
I agree with everything.
Btw, I would like to stress:
Roman, are you reading a page?
Of course, you are not. This is an e-mail message and it is another thing.
Delete it or not. It does not inscribe anything.
Do you think there is a "place" in cyberspace you can call "home" (or 
home page?)
We are facing a new reading_condition (because we are dealing with a
new writing condition).
Content = no cache is my favourite tag.
It points to a new written world where we do not inscribe anymore. You
describe. There is shift a here: towards the track (and tracked)

2005/10/17, Adrian Miles <>:
> around the 17/10/05 Roman Danylak mentioned about Re: [-empyre-] C.
> S. Peirce and Code that:
> >When people say "digital writing" how is this different to pen writing? Is
> >this different to typewriter writing? Does it then make a difference  to the
> >language  used if you write on an electronic word processor?
> yes. if only the medium of reception/reading is different (where is
> the beginning of my blog? the end?, or a real hypertext?).
> >
> >Do I compose language differently for the telephone?
> absolutely. We have quite different protocols and rules for how we
> talk on phones. There is a very complex set of behaviours that
> controls turn taking for example, which since we can't see the other
> speaker is only linguistic. Also the simple activity of announcing
> yourself when the phone rings ("hi, it's Adrian speaking") is an act
> that is not done in any other context (eg having a conversation at
> dinner).
> --
> cheers
> Adrian Miles
> hypertext.RMIT
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