Re: author-defined content vs. "primary" content

At 09:13 PM 9/18/2000 , Gregory J. Rosmaita wrote:
>i strenuously object to any such classification of content along the lines of "primary" and "secondary" -- like it or not, it implies an objective (albeit fallacious) hierarchy of importance, based upon a purely phenomenological interpretation of content...

I have to agree with Gregory; it is simply incorrect to label one
modality of content as primary and the other as secondary based
purely on the medium of that content.  Such language can easily
give incorrect impressions.

--Kynn, even though you didn't explicitly ask _my_ opinion :)

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Received on Wednesday, 20 September 2000 14:12:48 UTC