The mutation of the programming languages from the world that defines
only by decomposing into elementary verbs, to the one that describes the objects - the
action being implicitly an essential quality of the defined category -, allows a new
vision of the word, which is ideationally richer than the simple focussing on the
imperatives. "Fiat lux" thus becomes a potency of the divine, which can not be
transferred from the creator to the created but by means of extreme particularization or
by occasional borrowings.
So, after a long domination of the verbal appearance, the noun becomes
as it should have been from the beginning and not only in a subconscious way - a
primordial element generating, by its mere emergence, the long series of the features
embodying it. Consequently, the text imposed to computer converts from a simple list of
actions to a complex room with beings who may or may not respond or who may even take
initiatives by some predefinitions according to the authors will. By modifying the
concept, Pygmalion inspires life itself.
A second revolution within the world of the word is the courage to
legalize the concept of hypertext, by globally taking into account an object that is
apparently stiffed inside a series of characters, as we call it. For a long time, we
associated the text with a series of series of signs, not always inspired approximations
of phonemes that are far more complex. The links were intuitively made, without breaking
the context of some associations unanimously admitted and somehow legalized. For instance,
poetry "accompanied by music", image associated with a literary work, epics
shown as images by simply using cartoons or movies, and we may put an end here. The
hypertext offers the possibility of a n-dimensioned development, without somehow
conditioning the form of the hyperword by "it is possible" this referring to
the artistic assortments well received by the audience. No longer disposed in a sequence,
the rooms are now intersectable and accessable. More over, the interaction is defined by
equally relegating to particular or to general.
The voluntary lack of symmetry, the possible n-directionality, the
requirement to instantly define other objects, which are complementary by antagonism or by
completeness are strict qualities of the word as hyperobject and not of a fractal
generation that is reduced, in spite of its magnificence, to a simple ADN characteristic.
The hypertext does not integrally incorporate itself
but it is merely a starting point into an infinite variation; it is actually the rational
model of an universal Ego that can only incorporate itself by canceling. If we can
assimilate a series of genetic information to a conditioned "if", the hypertext,
made by included objects that are not necessarily reduced to representations, recreates
the biblical paradox of disentangling by the extroversion of the elements of the
self and, - why not? sets up the free will.