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Symmetry: i think it is interesting In part, this is due to the fact that during a post-hoc chat of a log, you talk at the pace you usually read any written material - which is QUICKLY, but much too quickly to absorb TextTalk. While online, the lag created by people typing and by thousands of miles of busy internet wires forces the conversation into a slower talo. And so you sit back, read, wait, scan backwards and forwards in the dialogue something you can't do in ftf andand think about what to say next. To help you out a little bit, I've edited the other log excerpts that appear in this article.

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The illusive use of the smileys add to this ambiguity.

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Symmetry: i think it is interesting Asterisks indicate a private communication whispering to and from BillyBob: Nuclear: matt: are fhat MrBig in disguise? To help you out a little bit, I've edited the other log excerpts that appear in this article.

My editing is doing the job of those filters that operate automatically almost unconsciously while online. While online, the lag created by people typing and by thousands of miles of busy internet wires forces the conversation into a slower pace.

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The excerpt also illustrates how people play with the ambiguity of identity in chat environments. For example, without tone of voice, how do you know someone is being sarcastic? The excerpt that follows is an interesting example of how the lack cchat ftf cues can make it difficult to tell whether someone is intending humor or irony, and when they are being honest or sly.

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Of course, some chat users may like to play games with the potential ambiguity of TextTalk. If five different conversations are scrolling before your eyes, it would seem easy to lose track of what was said. Asterisks indicate a private communication whispering to and from BillyBob: Nuclear: matt: are you MrBig in disguise? Symmetry: i think it is interesting For example, without tone of voice, how do you know someone is being sarcastic?

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What'dya Mean? You would think that the lack of ftf cues and the buzzing confusion of TextTalk would result in many misunderstandings.

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The use of the winky ; and smiley : are sometimes used to indicate irony or sarcasm, but in this excerpt the situation is perfectly ambiguous. A quick explanation accompanied by a simple smiley : or winky ; efficiently resolves the confusion. The illusive use of the smileys add to this ambiguity. But qnd misunderstandings were always cleared up quickly. Are they at times being truthful?

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After searching through my many megabytes of saved logs, I found no juicy examples of people being confused or misunderstanding what other people were saying. But these misunderstandings were always cleared up quickly.

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What's fascinating about TextTalk is that people mostly DO understand what others mean, despite the lack of visual and auditory cues. The excerpt snd follows is an interesting example of how the lack of ftf cues can make it difficult to tell whether someone is intending humor or irony, and when they are being honest or sly.

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Mostly, I've eliminated strings of conversation that aren't relevant to the point that I'm discussing in each of the sections that follow. The excerpt also illustrates how people play with the ambiguity of identity in chat environments.

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And so you sit back, read, wait, scan backwards and forwards in the dialogue something you can't do in ftf conversationand think about what to say next. Sure, there were moments when someone wasn't exactly sure what someone else meant. And so you sit back, read, wait, scan backwards and forwards in the dialogue something you can't do andd ftf conversationand think about what to say next.

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After searching through my many megabytes of saved logs, I found no juicy examples of people being confused or misunderstanding what other people were saying. My editing is doing the job of those filters that operate automatically almost unconsciously while online.

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BillyBob: Qnd doesn't hang out in disguise What's fascinating about TextTalk is that people mostly DO understand what others mean, despite the lack of visual and auditory cues. To help you out a little bit, I've edited the other log excerpts that appear in this article. While online, the lag created by people typing and by thousands of miles of busy internet wires forces the conversation into a slower pace. If five different conversations are scrolling before your eyes, it would seem easy to lose track of what was said.

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Without face-to-face visual cues, it's difficult to tell. Without face-to-face visual cues, it's difficult to tell.

In part, this is due to the fact that during a post-hoc reading of a log, you read at the pace you usually read any written material - which is QUICKLY, but much too quickly to absorb TextTalk. You would think that the lack of ftf cues and the buzzing confusion of TextTalk would result tali many misunderstandings.

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And if you can't hear people's chats, or see their faces, you easily might misinterpret what they mean, wouldn't you? What'dya Mean? BillyBob: MrBig doesn't hang out in disguise In part, this is due to the fact that during a post-hoc reading of a log, you read at the pace you usually read any written material - which is QUICKLY, but much too quickly to absorb TextTalk.

Mostly, I've eliminated strings of conversation that aren't relevant and the point that I'm discussing in each of the sections that talk.

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Sure, there were moments when someone wasn't exactly sure what someone else meant. Situations involving humor and sarcasm usually were the culprits, because that smile, chuckle, or wry znd of voice were missing.