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Below is a snippet of a web page I had on my old personal website. I did it with HTML 4.01 Loose. I was not interested in techno-gee-whizz-ardry. I was interested in substantive content, elegant presentation and imaginative play. This material was part of a multi-page essay detailing why the monumentality of monuments demeans persons, which is a human not a computer science issue; but computer science serves the human world not the human world serves computer science, or am I (BMcC) wrong here? Which is more valuable: to write code in the most fashionable computer programming "language" or to say something?
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BMcC signature seal stamp. Modelled on 18th century messenger's letter box in collection of Suntory Museum, Tokyo. Japanese write poems and prayers on slips of paper which they tie into knots like this shape although with longer legs. Prayers are often tied to branches of trees which can look like they are covered with snow. "Symbol of a symbol, image of an image, emerging from the destiny that is sinking into darkness...." (H. Broch, "The Sleepwalkers", p.648) Always remember. Add value. (This image created not later than 21 May 2003)Invenit et fecit


This page has been validated as HTML 5. It is valid when removed from the Wiki environment and massaged to stand alone.

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