=cw4t7abs on Wed, 19 Aug 1998 04:39:35 -0600

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Re: Syndicate: A l!e OF CULTURAL 0+2

>II. Cinema
>Printed word tradition which has initially dominated the language of
>cultural interfaces, is becoming less important, while the part played by
>cinematic elements is getting progressively stronger. This is consistent
>with a general trend in modern society towards presenting more and
>more information in the form of time-based audio-visual moving
>image sequences, rather than as text. As new generations of both
>computer users and computer designers are growing up in a media-
>rich environment dominated by television rather than by printed texts,
>it is not surprising that they favor cinematic language over the
>language of print.

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>        The original Esperanto never became truly popular. But cultural
>interfaces are widely used and are easily learned.

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