I really agree with that. It is exactly what I said. The support may
change, what is important is the relationship support content. You might
have forgotten morse code (you're lucky I've never learned it) but it still
saves many people's life. The most important thins is, in my opinion, how
you use it. Just as you said.
>I would claim that many people do choreography. What's significant is
>whether the result worth watching as an artform.
New tools just make us to think again what we consider normal. I praise the
constant re-discussion of accepted values. New medias are a tool for
reconsidering dance. They'll never substitute dance as 8-track didn's
substitute live music, as morse code didn's substitute kisses. That's what
Levy says. We shouldn't be afraid, we should be vigilants, aware. If we are
just afraid we don't use tools, we don't know.