Saturday, April 02, 2005

Materiality of Textual Coordination

I've argued that textual coordination involves both a cognitive and manual dexterity. In order to coordinate documents, one often need to bring them in to close proximity on or off screen. I recently described the number of .pdfs I'm reading on-screen these days and one tool that helps me do this is my scroll wheel mouse. But my scroll wheel has been a bit stiff lately. The damn cheap mouse is practically welded together, so I had to go in through the underside and use a paper clip to channel just a *touch* of lubricant to the wheel axle. It helped for a while, but it's starting to stick again. Dern.

It's smooth scrolling from here on out, boys! Posted by Hello

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