Does "Analog Basic" actually replace phonetic written language? Not sure, but if my theory is correct, symbols could replace what we see on paper. Language impacts the way that we see the world. So much of what we write is subjective, even this very paragraph. Could we unify the world with one universal language? Possibly. Maybe. Then some would argue that the world is already united, if not by love, then by these digital communication devices.
Either way, Analog Basic defines the graphical style developed by the Original Analogues for the next Age. You may already be somewhat literate if you can draw a picture of an apple, and have others identify that symbol as an "apple" without any phonetic language in place to assist.
That is the meaning behind Analog Basic.
See Also: Objects, Symbols.