The Unbound Book

I really like this post over on I SHUSH (Link) discussing the “kirkyan” concept I presented earlier (reLink):

Kirkyans sound like spimes that sort of blossom forward in time. These are the spimes that are conscious of their own timesuits. … {snip} … you can have a hybrid book that changes itself over time based on the experiences of all the other copies of itself out there, and all the responses to those other copies. It’s information that blossoms forward in time to become better, more accurate perhaps, more current perhaps, and always growing in scope (but not necessarily authority).

A kirkyan book becomes a community of responses to the information that drives the book toward always new (even if not better) content. This means that books become aware of the changes in their own material manifestations (or timesuits).

How eloquently stated is that?