|From:||joseph simpson <jjs0sbw@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Mon, 6 Oct 2014 13:07:45 -0700|
Message senders (inanimate and animate) have a wide range of capabilities.
Message receivers (inanimate and animate) have a wide range of capabilities.
Whether these capabilities are considered valuable or not, is a matter of context.
It may be very interesting to create a "message system" approach that can be quickly learned by all participants in 30 minutes.
This message system should apply to all participants in the exchange; literate, illiterate and semiliterate.
The act of exchanging messages changes the context.
This type of appraoch may not hold the highest intelectual appeal or be the most intutively pleasing approach.
However, a system that gets the vast majority of the message accross in a short period of time appears to have pragmatic value.
Take care and have fun,
On Mon, Oct 6, 2014 at 11:35 AM, Jack Park <jackpark@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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