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"" is an intelligently designed, highly conceptual text generator. "Pleintekst" works on text material with a set of algorithms for text transformation and typography. It mixes fragments of real time data from the operating computer system with passages from George Battaille’s "History of the Eye" (mind words like "pussy" and "milk") and with an email dialogue between Cramer and Mary Anne Breeze. The machine is continuously started by interpassively clicking in any active field. Beyond, you may read, observe, associate and speculate over the profound reasoning behind the project, get frustrated or simply leave things to fend for themselves.

(Source: Friedrich W. Block: Paper given at the "Archive&Innovate" conference
of the Electronic Literature Organization at Brown University, Providence, June 3-6, 2010)

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Johannes Auer