The Graphical "S"


Yet even the graphics which I have suggested can be manipulated in electronic texts are at the mercy of a reader who can stretch or shrink the screen--or who has a standard screen of a different size and shape. Or even worse who chooses the option of NOT loading the images. Go ahead--play with your window and register the distortion in my argument.






So now the real question I face is where my text will appear. Only in my electronic space can I be sure that two graphical versions of the letter "S" appear at opposite sides of the screen with my text carefully aligned in between. But life is interesting that way. Full of

urprises


and letter






Of course there is a way out, but it is memory-intensive--load at your own risk or go back to illuminating arguments.