[NetBehaviour] Semiotic Splatter, pebbles and ink, vi

John Hopkins chazhop at gmail.com
Mon Oct 31 05:03:50 CET 2016

On 30/Oct/16 21:19, Alan Sondheim wrote:
> "There is obviously a certain expenditure of energy in the
> process of writing, but we find no trace of the energy on the
> written page. There is no visible negentropy left either, yet
> the information is there, completely dissociated from these
> other elements."

Life-time, equivalent to life-energy, has wound down during writing. The 
material order of the paper and the negentropy of the ordered marks begin to 
tend to disorder immediately, until dissociation, the asymptotic limit for which 
is never reached...

Dr. John Hopkins, BSc, MFA, PhD
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