Category Archives: machinic pragmatism

“languages are languages” Alex McLean

Alex McLean: “Ian Bogost has an interesting argument that computer languages are not languages,  but systems. He starts off arguing that learning a programming language shouldn’t meet a curricular requirement for learning a natural language.  That’s a fair argument, except he does … Continue reading

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In the Interests of Compression

Robert at Algorithm and Contingency / ZIP publishing . Here’s my thoughts on that object: Tim quite rightly addresses poetry and talks about the same object here:Ecology without Nature: Art as Compression

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Eco-tone for the first time

Eco-tone for the first time: “” (Via .) so it came from the margins did it? from the very neolithic forms of gathering. Good to know, “margins are best.” first thought best thought~though not necessarily in that order. dilythium crystal … Continue reading

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