8.1

by Kelvin Smith

Publishing takes place at a time, in time, a real time as real as real-time.

Texts and images reflecting the passing of time: replicated, revised, renewed, replaced, rejected.  The dates, times, zones take time from the minutes, days, weeks, months, years that make up time: calendars, schedules, expectations, records, histories.

Dotting the is and crossing the ts, watching ps and qs, policing the point sizes and making sure of the imposition liberates rather than constrains the purpose of publication, making all time shine with the virtue of the visible now.