For Leibniz every language exists between two poles. At one extreme you have the language of god and the angels, where every quantum of creation has a unique and true name. Every blade of grass, every grain of sand. At the other you have binary, where the entire universe and all of experience can be described by a combination of two digits. One and zero. On and off.
That dichotomy is also a trajectory. From the archaic to the modern. Our mind's eye has shifted its gaze from the manifest and tangible, to their arrangement and order. The universe is encoded now. Our new home, bitmapped.
This endless chain of binary pulses that constitute our latest cosmos, charts for us a brave new world where the algorithm has bled into the data, and binary has become the language of the gods and angels.