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infornography // n [U] (informal) usually refers to excessive or abusive use of information: This homepage is a good example of infornography. ie It concentrates on confusion rather than on clearity and facts.


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::yoshitoshi ABe::

an omnipresence in wired

::chiaki j. konaka::

an omnipresence in wired [original text of layers]

::akiko matsumoto::

an omnipresence in wired [translation of layer text]

::triangle staff/pioneer ldc::

an omnipresence in wired

::sr-12w/pioneer ldc::

an omnipresence in wired

::oxford university press::

Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Dad, how come old photographs are always in black and white? Didn't they have color films back then?
Sure they did. In fact, those old photographs are in color. It's just the world was in black and white then.
Yep. The world didn't turn color until the late 1930s and it was pretty grainy color for a while, too.
That's really weird.
Well, truth is weirder than fiction.
But then, why are old paintings in color?! If the world was black and white, wouldn't artists have painted in that way?
Not necessarily. A lot of great artists were insane.
But... But how could they have painted in color anyway? Wouldn't their paints have been shades of grey back then?
Of course, but they turned colors like everything else did in the 30s.
So why didn't old black and white photographs turn color too?
Because they were color pictures of black and white, remember?
The world is a complicated place, Hobbes.

from ::calvin::and::hobbes::


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