Papercasting or Padcasting

Now, we have papercasting.

Some have ridiculed it.

I find it funny, creative and off-the-beaten-track, and definitely worth considering as a mode of expression.

On the larger question of what it means, frankly, I haven't got the time right now to come up with any working ideas. Perhaps you can.

And I guess, the meaning embedded in content captured through papercasting, is beyond the reach of "meaning"-extraction/discovery techniques based on Googling the web. (Quotes around "meaning" are intended. See Dreyfus' book: On the Internet.)

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Absolutely true i still find plogcasting ridiculous, and i can't imagine many people taking the pain of writing on a piece of paper , scanning the end result and publishing it on the web.</br> </br>
On top of that search engines wont be able to index the content of your paper blog ,.... and even less if you have a bad handwritting (of course thats a joke ;) )</br>

Posted by javed mandary on April 20, 2005 at 03:22 PM PDT #

yep but it can improve and be a little bit more fun: http://papercast.blogsome.com

Posted by Gabe on June 12, 2005 at 01:59 AM PDT #

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