In reply to: How does the structure of the computer dictate the current definition of interactivity in art? posted by Jim Campbell on May 08, 1996 at 11:10:07:
a lot could be said about how we - as humans - have had to adapt to the technology we have engineered. computers are no exception: infact, they might be the quintessential representation of that problem. it seems like all the time we have invented new toold to supposedly relieve us from difficult tasks to accomplish, it has in fact resulted in a need to redefine the way we conduct those tasks, and that eventually calls for a re-definition of them.