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Hi Joe Dees -
>>>Perhaps the medium
>>>merely facilitates the formation of meaning in the mind of the reader.
>And it does that because it was engineered to do that by the writer. Not
>just any meaning. Specifically intended meanings.
And, they can be misunderstood, too.
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