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Douglas a Galbi - Sense in Communication

Douglas a Galbi - Sense in Communication

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 Draft – Comments and Suggestions WelcomedVersion 1.32
Sense in Communication
October 16, 2003
The demand for text messaging relative to telephony, the amount of time spent participating invirtual worlds or digital games relative to television viewing, and the value of camera phone ser-vices all depend on how persons make sense in communication. Three models for communica-tion are information transfer, storytelling, and presence. While analysis of communication hastended to employ the first two models, the third model provides a better orientation for recogniz-ing and organizing useful knowledge about sensuous choices in communication. Making senseof presence of another like oneself is a good that drives demand for a wide range of communica-tion services. From study of living organisms, artistic masterpieces, and media history, this work documents knowledge about this good. Providing means for persons to make sense of presenceencompasses competition among communication services with different sensory qualities.Competition to support this good offers enduring opportunities to create high industry value.
: The most recent version of this paper is freely and publicly available atwww.galbithink.orgWhen viewed on a color monitor or printed on a color printer, this paper contains color images.
2 Douglas A. GalbiSenior EconomistFederal Communications Commission
The opinions and conclusions expressed in this paper are those of the author. They do not necessarily reflect theviews of the Federal Communications Commission, its Commissioners, or any staff other than the author. I amgrateful for numerous FCC colleagues who have helped me and encouraged me over the past eight years of my ca-reer at the FCC. Author’s address: Douglas.Galbi@fcc.gov; FCC, 445 12’th St. SW, Washington, DC 20554, USA.
Table of Contents
I. Making Sense of PresenceA. Computational TheoryB. Inputs and AlgorithmsC. Properties of a Living BodyII. A Masterpiece of Sensuous Communication: The Hamzanama of Akbar A. Akbar and his CultureB. The Adventures of HamzaC. Multi-sensory StimulationD. Freedom of Sense from NarrativeE. Making Sense of PresenceIII. A Masterpiece of Sensuous Communication: The Morgan Bible of Louis IXA. Sense of ScriptureB. Louis and his ActsC. Sensuous Choices in the Morgan BibleD. Reception of TextsE. Making Sense of PresenceIV. Mundane Limits of Will in Making SenseA. Battles over Common SenseB. What’s in a Name?C. Epiphany, or What You WillV. Sense in Media EvolutionA. Sensuous Values Have Economic ValueB. Photographs and Telephone Calls are ComplementsC. Bringing New Media to LifeVI. The Good for Communications GrowthImage CreditsTable NotesReferencesAppendix A. Historical Popularity of the Name
Appendix B. Adjusting Name Popularity Statistics for Family SizeAppendix C. Photographers and Authors

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