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Day 1 - HOTT notes

by: Sara Rahimzadeh

Day 1 - HOTT notes ENG 3803

Sara Rahimzadeh
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Introduction into the History of Text Technologies
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sara Rahimzadeh on Wednesday August 10, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ENG 3803 at Florida State University taught by in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views.


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Date Created: 08/10/16
Day 1 Communication   A specific, understandable, effective interaction between people  or texts that conveys a message  A sender and receiver are simultaneously present Transmission   Technologies  allows information to pass through time and  across distance  Textual culture What is a text?  “I don’t know what it isn’t.”  o Books, images, symbols, sign language/body language  “Would etiquette be a text?” o Clothing (expression), tattoos TEXT A technologically reproduced representation of language. Language that is created in hand. Manually encoded human  language.  Why do we have texts?  Organization, preservation (history; try to avoid its being  forgotten),   WE ARE A TOOL MAKING SPECIES  Texts are artificial memory systems; we don’t have to hold  everything in our head anymore. Move on and create new ideas  and texts. 


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