Joshua Goldberg on 25 Sep 2000 14:27:50 -0000

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Re: <nettime> Water-shedding

"Anyone working as a digital artist is building castles made of sand."

-- Jaron Lanier.

I suppose Alan Sondheim can be forgiven for being mostly a writer.

on 9/25/00 8:48 AM, Roberto Verzola at wrote:

> Perhaps because you don't need anything else to read a book, except a
> knowledge of the language it is written in. A cdrom needs a cdrom
> drive, computer and software, all of which must be compatible with the
> cdrom. It also needs electricity and the technology that produces it.
> In short its usefulness requires an *entire* infrastructure which is
> itself changing rapidly. I'll go with the book.
> Roberto Verzola

Josh Goldberg

"I've been ionized, but I'm OK now."

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