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- adj. Not mediated
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not mediated; unconnected; unrelated; lacking a common middle term.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having no intervening persons, agents, conditions
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He spends at least an hour a day blogging; Mr. Maeda's entries are "unmediated" -- another way of saying unedited -- "so you get the real me, typos, spelling mistakes, you name it."
The article says he spends an hour a day blogging "unmediated" -- "so you get the real me, typos, spelling mistakes, you name it."
These two pieces together constitute an acute and critical reflection on the general crisis of the community: in one instance, as a consequence of the emergence of a clergy in a religion that prided itself on its 'unmediated' relation between the believer and the Creator; in the other instance as a result of the social and political discrimination directed at it by 'secular' governments in India.
If the content's not readily available from a publication, podcast or on-demand video, a quick Google search will probably yield content that's at least perceived as coming direct from the source, "unmediated" by publishers and their ilk.
I think of that remark when enthusiasts gush about the Internet's opening up the discussion of everything to everybody and the "unmediated" connection between writer and reader on the Web.
Writers, in addition to researching and writing articles, are expected to put in how much time responding to readers in "unmediated" exchanges?
It seems to me that Saltz just took a shot at something new, intrigued by the prospect of quick and unmediated feedback.
We're used to saying 'here are objects in a case, interpretation in label', we're not used to saying 'here's unmediated access, access through the back door'.
A domestic policy within its thematics (values) excludes the equity of an unmediated (un-proclaimed) subject within the ethico-political domain.
How dependable and unmediated by special interests is the information it gives us?