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The Indian “fables suffer from a yearning for perfection. While the first promises a seamless transition to globalism, the second offers a world that is autarchic. Both are ideological, in the old, 19th century sense of the term, which makes one a little uncomfortable.”

This quote brought me back to the lecture in class on Monday the 11th and the (Social Factory). Experiment and transformation between communication really only takes the shape or form of those that the information is going to or intended for. It may be translated, but I think there is a very different relationship between experiment/transformation and replication. Also, the quote above made me question the knowledge + creativity = innovation, and work + play = productivity. Can you really have the option of being creative and have play when there’s a continuous pressure and yearning for perfection?