[unrev-II] human versus tool systems

From: Eugene Kim (eekim@eekim.com)
Date: Thu Mar 02 2000 - 01:53:56 PST

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    From: Eugene Kim <eekim@eekim.com>

    One thought that I had at last week's session, as we were discussing
    Doug's five diagrams, was that language should fall under the tool systems
    category rather than human systems. This led me to wonder whether there
    was a better way of differentiating between human and tool systems. I
    came up with some potential solutions, but I'm not completely satisfied
    with any of them, and if I tried to describe my thought-process here, I'd
    surpass Eric's record for longest diatribes. :-) Do other people have
    thoughts on this?


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