telewriter


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telewriter

(ˈtɛlɪˌraɪtə)
n
(Telecommunications) a telegraphic device for reproducing handwriting by converting the manually controlled movements of a pen into signals that, after transmission, control the movements of a similar pen
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Although Kittler does not make this connection himself, the strong link of the vampire's desire for human blood and relations between established media and new media are evident in his description of how Dracula deals with new writing and documenting technologies of the turn of the century like stenography, the typewriter and the phonograph, as well as the telephone and the telewriter. Kittler ultimately calls Dracula's portrayal of new media technologies and information processing "the textbook of our bureaucratization" (10) (43).
balanced 6 letters total = 81 CvC.CvC PIS.TES (44.44) HOWLER vCv.vCv APE.ELE (22.22) EPOUSE 8 letters total = 108 CvvC.CvvC REAT.TAIN (44.44) QUIRKIER vCCv.vCCv ASLA.AGTE(33.33)SA ESQUIPPE 10 letters total = 135 CCvCC.CCvCC PRINT-SHOPS(77.77) TRIPHTHONG CvCvC.CvCvC DESIG.NATED (44.44) TELEWRITER vCvCv.vCvCv URANIUM-ORE None CvvvC.CvvvC vCCCv.vCCCv vvCvv.vvCvv 12 letters total = 162 CCvvCC.CCvvCC CvCCvC.CvCCvC PARCEL-GILDER (55.55) SINFUL.NESSES (81.81) w2 None CvvvvC.CvvvvC vvCCvv.vvCCvv vCvvCv.vCvvCv vCCCCv.vCCCCv
We have conducted the teletraining lessons using a software package called Telewriter 2000 (from Optel Communications, Inc.).