Subject: Re: speech, modelling, whither poesie?
From: Eliot Handelman (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jun 04 2004 - 13:47:38 EDT
Michael Gogins wrote:
>You can be a musician if you can produce something that compels people to
>pay attention when they hear it, make them want to hear it again, etc.
Did we not have a discussion a year or two ago in which you defended the
"academic music"? I take it you've changed your mind?
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Eliot Handelman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Friday, June 04, 2004 12:24 AM
>Subject: speech, modelling, whither poesie?
>>I've been nosing around looking at some of the stuff in speech
>>computational linguistics (mostly U Edinburgh stuff), interested in the
>>tool packs available, etc. I don't know of any sort of computer type
>>concrete poets who might be interested in that sort of thing, or indeed
>>if such a being exists? One of the questions is, can you be anything of
>>an artist in a mainly research domain? Obviously reflection here too
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