This post is in response to This comment, which essentially inquires as to the way in which elements of primary AND which elements of secondary orality play into:
- Orally-based web 2.0 technologies;
- Interpersonal relationships and the associated oral communication patterns;
- People in front of the radio or around an orator versus the experience of having those relationships in a virtual environment;
- Orality and epistemology; and
- Oral communicative patterns.
Additionally, the comment acknowledges the freedom podcasts [and related audio-visual discussions] grant us in terms of when/where (portability) and inquires as to how such technologies meet the innate need to set new knowledge into social context.
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