Broadly conceptualizing code, delves into multi-dimensions in how we interpret information. Translating this is to transfer information through on/off switches (also known as binary code) are the catalyst of signaling data. But as we gather more information these items need more “gray” items to translate information. With this, we add more binary and in narrowing meaning.
Information is architecturally designed in the layers of it being the imperative, substrate layer for symbolic systems. This includes but is not limited to texts, graphics, images, audio and video. It is not always flawless, but it is impressive how we are able to process communication in so many ways with the E-Information package being one of the main levels of data processed over the internet. It is easy to identify the difference between message via platforms. Before any data you send or receive, it is likely to have gone through a process which the data is split into 15 different ways, is processed and then successfully sent. Say you are sending a picture of your dog to a friend. First, it will be broken into small packets, then will go through the router (TCP), then the router (IP), to the local ISP, the lon mail provider, to the border gateway protocol, then from here will be further verified, especially if it is sensitive information (I.e. government), then further processed into the long-haul provider, into the local ISP of the receiver, and makes a full circle which will at the end reassemble the packets before it is displayed to the receiver.
Everything you type on Facebook, even if deleted is collected data and will be used in categorizing the ad content you will see. Importantly we use these servers like Facebook, Apple, Verizon, etc to be able to access the internet. The internet which no one owns but we all use.
“We didn’t invent electricity, we designed it”