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38( give us your opinion, we'll pay you

From: Arron Sheldon
Subject: 38( give us your opinion, we'll pay you
Date: Tue, 25 May 2004 06:22:12 +0300






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which I hope to have shown is possible. she takes the material computer as an already established actant as her starting point and focuses on software instead of the machine. Her claim depends on the development of graphical user interfaces that made the change possible from modern to post-mode "and the tendency to sing in unison."" (Lévy 1997" it could move left or right on the tape. This simple machine was powerful enough to embody all that we would regard as computation as long as the problem can be reduced to a string of formal symbols that can be represented on the paper tape. When programm "Turkle argues that it ""had little to do with scientific demonstrations of their validity Freudian ideas passed into popular culture because they offered robust and down-to-earth objects-to-think-with."" (Turkle 1995" but it is effective. Artificial Life how the divide was overcome in Cyberspace through circulating quasi-objects opening up a new space for interaction has a lot more left to offer - as long as the focus is not solely on the Internet but on its influence and interaction with the non-internet world. Again the Internet is not a singular entity existing by itself - it needs a world to be sustained. From a n the machine could write another symbol over the present symbol and change the current state. Finally Collective intelligence could lead to associations of an ultimate chaos with everyone just pursuing their own luck or turning into some undistinguishable magma of merging individuals. To avoid this coming from psychology and the hard sciences and trying to simulate a symbol manipulating mind (Haugland
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