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Digital Ontology & Agency

All digital objects have this singular underlying form -- binary code -- a fact that makes the digital object fundamentally different from any type of physical object precisely because it lacks the unique characteristic of form that defines the differences between paintings, drawings, books, sounds, or any other physical object or phenomenon. Unlike physical objects, digital objects are all basically the same, whatever their apparent form once they are interpreted by a machine. Michael Betancourt, The Aura of the Digital

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