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The first step in viewing grafedia is to identify it. Though grafedia can be rendered in many ways and may be found in many different places, it can always be recognized by its blue text and matching blue underline, the signifier that differentiates grafedia from regular text. Single-word grafedia may be expressed as 'email@example.com', while grafedia comprised of sentences or whole paragraphs may be accompanied by a 'user key' explaining how to interact with the text to get the linked content.
Once you've identified an instance of grafedia, you can retrieve the content that is linked to the text by sending a message from your wireless device (cell phone, palm pilot, etc) addressed to the underlined word plus '@grafedia.net'. So for example if you saw a grafedia message with the word flea underlined in blue, you would send a message from your wireless device to 'firstname.lastname@example.org' to receive the linked content. Do not send any attachments or add a subject line when clicking on a grafedia link! But type a short message, like 'hi' or 'a' in the body. Send this message to the word + @grafedia.net.
Can My Phone View Grafedia?
Yes, your phone can view grafedia if: