Alternatively, language may continue to live in those interstitial rifts opened up by grammatological inscription ­ in the internal dialogues of consciousness which seem to survive as people ‘read’ any text in any medium, even as they enter into and (re)create consensual memory; in the ‘delay’ between sensation and embodied (rather than recorded) memory; in the erasures and rewritings of the person and her (mis)understandings of whatever it may be ­ the sea, these simple repetitive human activities ­ of whatever achieves inscription as potential experience.