Semantic Art More Nonsense
Semantic Art News or Blue Bananas
What sense does it make to post about Semantic Art?
Or better, what sense does it make to associate your name to Semantic Art?
What is Semantic Art
Semantic Art is not a term with any semantic significance or with a Wikipedia or Encyclopedia entry. Semantic Art is a term used by some forked github, ruby and Sinatra freak for his web site domain and name.
Semantic Art by Bianca Gubalke
It seems, Bianca just needed a toy to play with, a keyword to target for Fun and fun it is… but still nonsense like Blue Bananas ( which happens to refer to a brand), Pink Hamsters or such like.
To get on top of Google with a No Expression or a key-phrase without semantic definition is like creating a new brand, for example your product brand. Example: Semiomantics we created last year and which returns some 11,800 search results on Google and no wonder we find our Bianca there as well:
You start with zero as Semiomantics or with some returns depending on the term you use like on “Semantic Art” or “Communication per Jelly”and you build the notion, the meaning of the new term. It’s like inventing a new language if you do it over and over again.
… is when both speak the same language and understand the meaning of Â words and their use in a similar way.
By the way, look at the picture, Piu-Piu is a male and Bianca is talking. Â The question is: who has more words left at the end of the day…:-). From history we know that Piu-Piu has passed away* or followed some more feathered female. Too bad because it would have been interesting to interview him about Semantic Art.
Semantic Art Authority
Bianca Gubalke is THE authority in the matter, well rendered by Google. I am sure we will see more of it, even if “Semantic art isÂ Form of painting associated primarily with the Italian artist Luciano Lattanzi and the German Werner Schreib”.
Semantic Message vs Pragmatic Message
Semantic Message for Felisa: Â Â£ Â¥ â‚¬ $ Ï‰ âˆ« Î› Îž Î¨ $$$
Pragmatic Message for Bianca: all the above and below :-).
*Unconfirmed sources claim Piu-Piu has passed on Nikos Advertizopoulos’ BBQ.