One Hundred Thousand Billion Processes: Oulipian Computation & the Composition of Digital Cybertexts 

Kevin Brock writes: “For the last two or three decades, scholars of rhetoric have expanded the scope of their discipline beyond writing and speaking, the conventional modes of ‘legitimate’ persuasive communication, to include a myriad of meaningful approaches to persuasion, including image, video, soundscape, and spatial layout. It has only been very recently, however, that rhetoricians have recognized the possibilities of rhetoric embedded in the digital technologies and technological practices in which we regularly engage…”

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