The writing of the machine as the break in discourse of a 'maker' is a conditional text that may be conditional because, as such, it is transient. Machine writing might possibly come to be supposed as the momentary sample of post-human word flux or may just remain an interesting question.
Machine writing may one day be classified as the momentary division of human-machine flow. Mechanical writing as the interruption of discourse of a 'maker' is a transitory text that may be temporal because it may be written and rewritten. Machine literature: might eventually be considered as the momentary cross section of informational text production. Machine writing may one day be regarded as the momentary cross section of mechanical word manufacture. Cyborg literature is not stable, but on the contrary is a temporal text that may be provisional because, as such, it is not fixed. Machine writing may one day be described as the temporal division of informational flow perhaps. Inscription is a provisional example of post-human discourse.
See also Inscription,