Re: [-empyre-] reception
and also made me think of
"net.art is a self-defining term created by a malfunctioning piece of
software, originally used to describe an art and communications
activity on the internet."
(Natalie Bookchin, Alexei Shulgin, March-April
On 10/24/05, marcus bastos <email@example.com> wrote:
> <<let me plug this one, then http://pleine-peau.com/oeuvre
> for some reason it made me think of it>>
> it made me think of http://www.well.com/user/jer/diags4/diags4.html
> On 10/24/05, Frederic Madre <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > here is a brand new piece (digital writing in its pure sense,
> > > at least for
> > > me)
> > for me too
> > >
> > > http://plaintext.cc
> > >
> > > what do you think should a reader/user at least experience
> > > with this work?
> > > what should he or she know; which knowledge should be activated?
> > > which kind of reception / recipient does this text need?
> > it doesn't need anything more than what it is and where it is found
> > the url is enough of a giveaway
> > it's perfect as it is, you just know where to click, and looking at the
> > source doesn't let anything more out which is cool
> > > these 'good old' questions follow me for a longer time, not
> > > only for digital
> > > but also for other forms of experimental writing / art.
> > let me plug this one, then
> > http://pleine-peau.com/oeuvre
> > for some reason it made me think of it
> > f.
> > ps: cc is for cocoa islands
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