1 edition of Gestures found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by K. Satchidanandan.|
|LC Classifications||PR9498.2.S68 G47 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||308 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||96901491|
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See all open windows: Place three fingers on the touchpad and swipe them away. Gestures book Gestures is a novel, written as the autobiography of one Jeremy Burnham, career diplomat and gentleman, who in his 83rd year sets down his life story.
It begins in the Venice of the twenties, just as the Fascists are taking over the government and ends in war-torn Amsterdam, desperate and destitute after the Allied victory/5. The book is interesting and the information useful, but the quality of the book is really horrible.
This books needs a major editing. It needs MORE, and I mean MORE images. How can you talk about gestures and don't SHOW us the gesture.
Am I to just guess from the description what it is. That'd work if I was reading a novel which this is not/5(36). Use gestures on the touchpad to do things like scroll up and down, zoom in, and select items.
You can also adjust settings to prevent the touchpad from responding to accidental touches and more. Surface touchpad. Flusser transforms gesture to the level of metaphor, offering deep, sometimes metaphysical, interpretation of the human condition.
Though it resists being put in a particular disciplinary niche, Gestures will surely become a standard for the many scholars who have already debated or acknowledged the value of Flusser’s claims.
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