a general note of search #art
search has #cybernetics in terms of navigation - moving along particular patterns that, pending on conditions, can lean into a particular space.
That's what happens when we consider meeting a friend in a cafe and slowly find out which cafe that will be - based on opening times, place, type of brew, atmosphere, etc.
A connected to navigation is exploration. recall that navigational process use particular patterns?
Exploration comes to find possible movements
..along something that could become a pattern.
Like the time one might have been exploring a particular urban area utterly chartlessly - and bumped into a cafe.
Suggesting to meet a friend in that cafe, requires another element of searching - investigating. A reflective process that checks both the explorative and navigational elements of searching.
Investigating will fine-tune the navigational routes, and explorative findings.
The investigative part of a search will check various navigational routes and things to consider while moving.
Our cafe might be very nice indeed, however one access route might have a huge deep puddle after rain.
Has it just rained?
That's a reflective investigative question in context.
Investigation reflects upon exploration as well. How else will we be able to consider making judgements?
This cafe is a place you'd like - another, IDK, and so on. However
I think it gets more Interesting when we consider 2 other elements of search #art -
conditional and sharing elements.
Cafe is a repeating pattern that attends a particular range of plants, beans, brews and their derivatives.
I am saying Cafe rather than Coffee, precisely because in english there's a difference, some other languages like arabic -
When the web began, there were more search engines people used before google became the conditioning of internet data access.
Therefore search #art has an arbitrary searching as an overarching reflective conditioning -
questions from the very condition of, for example, living in a particular space, particular space-type, and having a certain affinity range. these affinities may include coffee and life in an urban space that came into a pattern to
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