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“I think the strip is too word-based and subtle sometimes with Rat, who [gives voice to] my little meanderings -- so animating him is a bit of a tall order.”
“Image storytelling overtook thoughtful, word-based storytelling.”
“Oh hey, lookit that — I make my living in a word-based medium.”
“That initial transition, from nebulous thoughts and ideas and half-realised airy fairy scenes to concrete, nailed down, nuts and bolts word-based plot-driven narrative construction?”
“Google said it is introducing visual previews because word-based search results can only tell someone so much about what a website holds in store.”
“Thanks to this group, America has been described and redescribed so many times that I fear a kind of word-based Strategic Defense Initiative is taking shape above us, shielding us from harsher but more realistic foreign words and creating resentment among our allies.”
“The ivory tower is the site of many of the clashes between the two, and creative writing is caught up in the middle of it, as a word-based art form that addresses disturbing, emotional, religious and personal content with, well, words -- that is, with rhetoric, which is also the stuff of purely political debate.”
“We may not be able to index the known world, but we can create a word-based library of ourselves from moment to moment if we type fast enough and keep in touch with enough people.”
“I believe word-based news sites need to redouble their focus on the critical mission especially when forced to — not offered — a new delivery system: First-rate reporting and writing, and, yes, grammar.”
“There were no real-time twitch reactions, just fumbling around with word-based puzzle solving.”
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