Writing is a medium that transgresses the boundary of time. Yet its ability to share experience is severely hindered due to this transgression. Quiet a bit of information is lost in the coding process. For instance, when one flips over the last page of the book, the book and the author can provide no more information. Idealistically the reader would be able to directly talk to the author and ask questions or maybe even experience what the author experiences. In short, a more perfect book would be one where the information would be clarified and explored in depth according to the reader's question and areas of interest; the book would talk back. This discourse is of course impossible with a normal book.