Rhythm and Tempo
This was the first thing I wrote when I got to a meeting of the Speculators in Leicester. I’d been watching Gonzo that afternoon* and listening to Hunter S. Thompson prose being read aloud and seeing it being typed on a type writer brought this idea to me on the drive in.
There are certain types of fiction and non-fiction that can only be written on a computer. Just as there are certain arrangements of words that can only be found by using longhand or a typewriter. The rhythm and tempo of word entry dictates how ideaspace is navigated.
* Doing this and then driving on congested roads is a bad idea and leads to the fear.