Note 96 Although this point somewhat muddies the waters in that it conflates operations performed by the reader with those performed by the computer, it nevertheless establishes common ground between scholars interested in bibliographic and textual criticism of print works and those oriented to close examination of digital texts.
All of these undergo significant transformation with the movement into digital media. The dream of an unworked natural landscape is very much the fantasy of people who have never themselves had to work the land to make a living—urban folk for whom food comes from a supermarket or a restaurant instead of a field, and for whom the wooden houses in which they live and work apparently have no meaningful connection to the forests in which trees grow and die.
Like the boundary between computer games and electronic literature, the demarcation between digital art and electronic literature is shifty at best, often more a matter of the critical traditions from which the works are discussed than anything intrinsic to the works themselves.
Human nature is best conceived of as a cluster of homeostatic properties, ie of traits that are dynamically changing and yet sufficiently stable over evolutionary time to be statistically clearly recognisable. Coverley's Califia and her new work Egypt: There are discussions of guilt, family, honor, politics, and society.
Nevertheless, there is a general difference in emphasis between the two forms. MIT Press, forthcoming for a detailed account of all the different versions and editions. While we have you But the parameters imposed by our nature are rather broad, and the Stoics agreed with the existentialists that a worthwhile human life can be lived by following many different paths.
To see electronic literature only through the lens of print is, in a significant sense, not to see it at all. Drawing an analogy with the scrutiny bibliographers and textual critics lavish on print texts, Kirschenbaum argues that close examination of electronic objects is necessary fully to comprehend the implications of working with digital media.
But we are also the only species which, when it chooses to do so, will go to great effort to save what it might destroy. The intermixture of code and language on which recombinant flux depends is situated within a more general set of practices in which human thinking and machine execution collaborate to produce literary works that reference both cognitive modes.
Note 36 Information from Robert Coover in an email dated September 25, An Approach to Videogame Criticism, in which he develops an extended analogy between the unit operations of object-oriented programming and a literary approach that explores the open, flexible, and reconfigurable systems that emerge from the relations between units.
What exactly does science tell us about the idea of a human nature? Often the dramas proceed with a general script outlining the characters and the initiating action sometimes the final outcome will also be specifiedleaving the actors to improvise the intervening action and plot events.
Such memories may be uniquely our own, but they are also familiar enough be to be instantly recognizable to others. Other randomizing algorithms are used by Jim Andrews in works such as On Lionel Kearns, Note 50 which splices extracts from the poems of Canadian writer Lionel Kearns to create scrambled texts, accompanied by amusing and effective visualizations that function as interpretations of Kearns's work.
Our particular lineage gave origin to the species Homo sapiens at leastyears ago, resulting from a long evolutionary period, which unfolded over millions of years from the point of divergence from our most recent common ancestor with the chimpanzees, our closest phylogenetic cousins.
These innovations have justifiably made Cybertext a foundational work for the study of computer games and a seminal text for thinking about electronic literature. Electronic literature, generally considered to exclude print literature that has been digitized, is by contrast "digital born," a first-generation digital object created on a computer and usually meant to be read on a computer.
In fact, everything we know about environmental history suggests that people have been manipulating the natural world on various scales for as long as we have a record of their passing.
The committee's choice was framed to include both work performed in digital media and work created on a computer but published in print as, for example, was Brian Kim Stefans's computer-generated poem "Stops and Rebels".
Others, such as Stephanie Strickland in her elegantly choreographed and playfully imagined hypertextual poem "The Ballad of Sand and Harry Soot," incorporate images by artists, including in this case the beautiful mechanized sand sculptures of Jean Pierre Hebert and Bruce Shapiro.
The dominant theme of Lyrical Ballads was Nature, specifically the power of Nature to create strong impressions in the mind and imagination.
However much one may be attracted to such a vision, it entails problematic consequences. He parses the materiality of digital media as consisting of two interrelated and interacting aspects: Of the very large number of studies that have appeared in recent years, I will mention two to illustrate the kinds of scholarship that should rightly fall within the domain of electronic literature.
This possibility had been present in wilderness even in the days when it had been a place of spiritual danger and moral temptation.
Note To this I would add it creates practices that help us know more about the implications of our contemporary situation. It means looking at the part of nature we intend to turn toward our own ends and asking whether we can use it again and again and again—sustainably—without its being diminished in the process.
Gellius noticed how the philosopher became pale and trembled in the midst of the storm. Shelley Jackson, Patchwork Girl Watertown: I think the answer to this question will come by broadening our sense of the otherness that wilderness seeks to define and protect. One would imagine, then, that the burgeoning reading publics for American arts and letters had to be socialized into the same close, critical, and artistically sensitive practices of hermeneutic engagement that critics today use to read those histories, although there is little evidence to support this kind of widespread continuity between writers and international readers.
What large-scale social and cultural changes are bound up with the spread of digital culture, and what do they portend for the future of writing? The mythic frontier individualist was almost always masculine in gender:The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue.
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