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Such assumptions bring much comfort, for they remove much that is most threatening about the new. But thus emphasizing continuity, however comforting, can blind us to the possibilities of beneficial innovation. Yes, it is easier to understand an automobile as a horseless carriage or a personal computer as a convenient form of typewriter. But our tendency to put new wine in old bottles, so common in early stages of technological innovation, can come at a high cost: it can render points of beneficial difference almost impossible to discern and encourage us to conceptualize new phenomena in inappropriate ways.
It is relatively easy and inexpensive to put a site on the Web, and it will remain easy so long as the current hypertext transfer protocol remains in place. Similarly, e-mail, newsgroups, MOOs, and chat rooms are open, participatory applications that encourage recipients to add to the stream of messages that circulates throughout the Internet. It is precisely these applications that the writing community has exploited to define computers as writing environments. This shift from consumption to production should matter to cultural theorists, if only because the role of producer may allow resistance to the dominant ideology to take new forms.
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