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[Nettime-bold] Re: <nettime> more flash digest [mcelroy x2, klima x2, fa
Sawad on Fri, 26 Apr 2002 01:31:02 +0200 (CEST)


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[Nettime-bold] Re: <nettime> more flash digest [mcelroy x2, klima x2, fahey]


Joseph,

Maybe you can get Vince McMahon!

Seriously, I think that working with a text editor and a C compiler is 
probably a lot more straightforward than needing to have "strategies for 
migration or emulation" or not knowing whether "All this might change." 
Otherwise, I am happy that you are enjoying "programming," or "feasting," 
or whatever anyone else wants to call it, in Flash or ActionScript. You 
gotta do whatevah works for you.

Again, if this is all you people got out of my post, then I must have 
failed terribly in communicating my arguments with Lev Manovich.

sawad


At 08:17 PM 4/25/02 -0400, nettime's_kompressor wrote:
>Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 09:42:57 -0400
>From: "Joseph Franklyn McElroy Cor[porat]e [Per]form[ance] Art[ist]" 
><joseph {AT} electrichands.com>
>Subject: Re: <nettime> un-plugged-in digest [sawad, fahey, napier]
>
>
>Having started on Qbasic in the 70's (i was a very young prodigy), munched on
>hexadecimal dumps and machine code during the 80's, baptized in C and VB 
>in the
>90's and now feasting on Java and Actionscript in 00's I think that I can say
>that Actionscript is programming.  Any programmer (or paper writer) that
>disagrees can meet me at the next Iron-man competition where we will duke it
>out to determine the winner. We will get Howard Stern to broadcast it 
>live.  As
>for being trapped by environments - that only happens to the kids - there are
>always strategies for migration or emulation.  All this might change, but
>currently nothing can trap you but time.


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