--- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Miles <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> around the 25/11/05 Enric mentioned about [videoblogging] Re: War On
Text that:
> >This capability is not unique to film or hypertext.
> that isn't the claim, it is that film and hypertext (as you indicate) 
> seem to work in the same, or highly similar, ways. big news for some. 
> minor for others. YMMV. and yes, it is the Kuleshov effect, but don't 
> underestimate the importance of this discovery for those who work in 
> hyperrtext (who are text centric), and vice versa for those in 'new 
> media' who are image centric and so think hypertext (which has a 
> stunning history) has nothing to offer.
> but they're conversations for other forums (where I have been 
> publishing about the intersection of film and hypertext for 10 years, 
> see also Clara mancini's recent "Cinematic Hypertext")
> -- 
> cheers
> Adrian Miles
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Yes, this is not the forum to parse this.  ;)

I still think there's a logical leap from film viewer of an edit to a
person clicking on hypertext.  But it's not here to hash out.

  -- Enric
  Determine the Media

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