2005-08-30 : Joshua BishopRoby on Rules
By my reading he presents an interesting structure fitting this:
Charles, you asked me once to diagram just this relationship; I'd love to hear what you think of his construction.
I think he intends something grander, a rival to GNS, but he's committing a classic: he's treating CA as though it were built out of the moment-to-moment of play, instead of being fundamental at a higher time scale. I expect maybe five of you reading this to understand that, but there it is. Maybe this'll be more clear: it appears to me that he's still caught up in thinking about CA in technique terms, like many newcomers to the Big Model do. I'll go into more detail if anybody asks, especially if Joshua himself does.
Anyhow so what? Developing a working structure for the technical moment-to-moment is pretty frickin' grand already. Like I say, good stuff, you should go read it.
1. On 2005-08-30, Adam Dray said:
2. On 2005-08-30, La Ludisto / Josh BishopRoby said:
3. On 2005-09-01, Mike Holmes said:
BR go "There is a reason it looks like a feedback model"*
BR go "Also, Goal and Imagined only do not link directly if you ignore the emotionality of the game"*
*click in for more