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All men are mortal
Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Build a Time Machine

This site will look much better in a browser that supports web standards , but it is accessible to any... [read more]

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Interest: 17900
Correlation with previous post: 0.108 %

The future is out there

” The main topic is Knuth’s approach to Bible study through random sampling (which led to an earlier book as well, titled 3:16 ); there is also some musing on the programmer’s role as god of a created universe. It’s a very unpromising subject, but Knuth is a very good author. I... [read more]

posted by Anonymous
Interest: 606
Correlation with previous post: 14.148 %

do the things you really want to do

Almost everyone spends too much time thinking about the past and how things they did "way back when" may affect things they want to do today. No one can predict the future. The past is past. The future is out there. But right now, stop worrying about every little thing... [read more]

posted by Anonymous
Interest: 1290
Correlation with previous post: 0.599 %

all men are homosexuals

What did you say. Don't you get it. All men are homosexuals. But God says it's wrong, so no one is supposed to act on their true desires. That's the basis of Christianity. You're not supposed to do the things you... [read more]

posted by Anonymous
Interest: 222
Correlation with previous post: 8.892 %

all men are Socrates

All those Greeks were homosexuals. Boy, they must have had some wild parties. I bet they all took a house together in Crete for the summer. A: Socrates is a man. B: All... [read more]

posted by Anonymous
Interest: 1970
Correlation with previous post: 10 %

All men are mortal

The best argument I've been able to come up with is the following: Technorati and Feedster are on the path to the Semantic Web that actually works. They are attacking a very big problem -- the machine-readable Web -- by addressing small problems that are real and immediate. (The... [read more]

posted by Anonymous
Interest: 18600