By Tao Lin, Mira Gonzalez
Literary Nonfiction. paintings. Fiction. Poetry. chosen TWEETS by way of Mira Gonzalez and Tao Lin, relationship from 2008 to 2014, in addition to extras corresponding to illustrations of every other's tweets, brief tales, essays, and a protracted poem.
SHEILA HETI: How do you think humans learn Twitter?
TAO LIN: On their telephones i believe more often than not. i feel I've learn the main Twitter whereas laying in mattress or on my again, or simply laying in locations, like in parks or in airports. probably no longer the main, yet much. I've dropped my cellphone on my face time and again. i feel people needs to too, yet I hardly ever listen approximately this.
SHEILA HETI: What do you consider sooner than you tweet? You as soon as instructed me that you just tweet what makes you're feeling uncomfortable. So which tweets do you reject, which do you accept?
MIRA GONZALEZ: I wouldn't inevitably say that I tweet what makes me believe uncomfortable, i believe it's extra that i believe cozy tweeting issues that i might by no means believe cozy asserting in a true lifestyles dialog, or perhaps somewhere else on the net. For purposes that I don't totally comprehend, Twitter is a spot the place I don't believe ashamed to claim my so much shameful thoughts...
(From "What may Twitter Do," Tao Lin and Mira Gonzalez interviewed by way of Sheila Heti)
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Extra resources for Selected Tweets
2 / 13 6 131 58 80 35 226 Audio Only 3 / 5 2 114 57 103 46 225 Pooled Total 5 1 18 4 245 54 183 41 451 a. b. c. Problem-oriented. Solution-oriented. Process-oriented. These categories are illustrated in the following extract: Speaker A: You've got to think about how we're going to fill the thing up. ) It's got to be a screw-top lid, hasn't it, you reckon, because then you can screw it up tight and that keeps it hot or cold. ) Speaker B: But you just like, you just screw all of this off. ) Speaker A: Yeah.
J. 1981 Spoken discourse: A model for analysis. London: Longman. 32 Caroline Kroon Hannay, M. 1994 Hengeveld, K. 1990 "The theme zone", in: R. Boogaart—J. ), Nauwe Betrekkingen. Voar Theo Janssen bij zijn vijftigste verjaardag. Stichting Neerlandistiek VU, Amsterdam/Nodus Publikationen, Münster, 107-117. "The hierarchical structure of utterances", in: J. M. Bolkestein—C. ), Layers and levels of representation in language theory. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1-23. M. 1995 Discourse particles in Latin. A study ofnam, enim, autem, vero and at.
To be called "explanation" or "elaboration"). 22 Caroline Kroon (6) Is pagus appellabatur Tigurinus; nam omnis civitas Helvetia in quattuor pagos divisa est 'The name of the canton was the Tigarme;for the whole state of Helvetia is divided into four cantons', Caes. Gal. 4 In (7), on the other hand, nam indicates a rhetorical central-subsidiary relation between two moves, the first move consisting of at least two discourse acts (viz. Phoenices ... condidere and eaeque ... fuere), the latter presumably of only one discourse act (nam ...