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IV:15.  [Before returning to the reader’s participation in the construction of meaning,] there are a few aspects of (potential) textuality which are more or less specific to work which is realized as software — procedures and figures which it would be very difficult to realize in other media. Unsurprisingly, these potentialities are associated chiefly with the production and presentation of the work, rather than with the literary substance of what is produced and presented, although this distinction is more useful in outlining these figures than it is in understanding them, where it instances the same problematized relationship between “writing” and its media.
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