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  • n. The quality of being digital.


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  • Most of the work here, however, owes something to digitality, is computer generated or designed; was born or lives in a network.

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  • The idea of 'digitality' is something I'm going to have to explore further!

  • From art history to cultural theory via daily practices of common sense, such denotations seem to stand firm through a large part of contemporary social phenomena, which inevitably involve and develop into discourses on technologisation and digitality.

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  • Bogusky, and Doug Jaeger, President, Art Directors Club New York, will be discussing the role of digitality in the field of creation.

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  • I suspect that your character and extensive graphic abilities have overcome the ipod's digitality.

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  • And I am also telling you that all of this “digitality” doesn’t necessarily warm the cockles whatever those are of my technologically challenged heart.

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  • The state of being in or interacting with cyberspace.

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