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1 -Distributed Systems - Prosy-tiled Parliaments
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6 6  > “The critics often invent authors; they select two dissimilar works - the Tao Te Ching and the 1001 Nights, say - attribute them to the same writer and then determine most scrupulously the psychology of this interesting homme de lettres...”
7 7  > (JORGE LUIS BORGES, Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius)
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9 +__//**THIS LANGUAGE GAME HAS NOT BEEN FOUND OR COULD NOT BE RECOVERED**//__
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9 9  == Language Game: [[Prosy-tiled Parliaments>>http://www.example.com]] ==
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11 11  A distributed system (run between readers devices?) considers metaphors and problems in classic distributed systems papers and expositions. In particular, literary text is generated as messages are sent between individual readers (who make choices about wording and stylistic transformations?), but with no authoritative source text, no guarantee messages will be received, or received in time, leading to substantially different emergent texts. I am particularly interested in the political metaphors in distributed systems.

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