Sunday, September 30, 2012

Deep Rapport

"One of the big lessons of this late in the game surge is the discovery of non-verbal communications with a truly authentic sentient being."

"So much is lost when a force for survival is corrupted. How else would one describe the use of spoken language in the age of mechanized manipulation?"

To the notoriously authentic, the sound is what counts most. Not so much the intended meaning. If it is not the truth from the speaker's point of view, the verbal content is essentially moot, is it not?

"Successful interactive communication requires authenticity to some level. At least that is what our investigation so far would have us believe. Let's take a look at why."

© 2012 Buzz Hill

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