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In the good old days, what passed through the aether was also temporary, so radio was comparable to voice. Nowadays everything on the air is recorded, so apparently any two-way wireless communication is a candidate for being a record.

That's a technological argument. So if there is a network of microphones that collect every spoken word, and cameras collecting every sign language contortion, and those are recorded, they become records. The only thing that keeps anything out of the record is a lack of adequate recording technology.

by asdf on Mon Nov 5th, 2012 at 06:08:46 PM EST
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