Garrison, Ann
January 1993
Macworld;Jan1993, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p127
Reports on DoWhatDo, a musical performance involving the use of an information theory of the same name describing how people make conversation and how computers can emulate the process. Gordon Pask, DoWhatDo inventor; Joel Slayton, performance coordinator; Performers representing Silicon Valley subcultures; Software making videodiscs `converse' about performers.


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