Re: [-empyre-] on electronic poetry
--- geniwate <email@example.com> wrote:
> the text becomes a different type of artefact that
> is capable of behaving in
> ways that are not associated with text in
> traditional media, or, in fact, in
> different level of textuality that intercedes in(?)
> the natural language
> semantics of the displayed text.
> These issues are one reason why 'electronic poetry'
> seems so misleading to
> me; it fails to distinguish between algorithmic and
> non-algorithmic works,
Interesting, about ambiguity in the choice of topic
title. It was deliberate. Literature is always
already misleading about something. Could a poet
'fake' a hypertext?
> empyre forum
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