Phil Graham on 25 Sep 2000 15:53:50 -0000

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Re: <nettime> Water-shedding

At 08:34 AM 25/09/00 -0400, Joshua Goldberg wrote:
>"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.

Why would a person need "forgiveness" for being a writer? Are you 
dispensing forgiveness to all us writers? Would you also forgive musicians 
too, since they are even more prehistoric than writers?

Isn't writing, any sort of writing whether digitised or otherwise, an art form?

What a strange and condescending post.

Please forgive me for writing this question.


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