Re: [-empyre-] on electronic poetry
on 9/5/03 4:18 AM, Jim Andrews at email@example.com wrote:
I think I agree with you, although I wonder whether this is always true:
> but the algorithm itself is usually separable from the content, however well
> or poorly
> matched it is with the content.
I think the algorithm can be the content, except that sometimes it is hard
to see that that is the case--if the objects that are displayed are actually
created by the algorithm then all there is is algorithm.
I think we have a difference in the way we go about saying things--not in
itself a bad thing--
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