thanks to one of you, this could be useful to me as well:
k31@k5 originally shared this "Your mind is software. Program it. Your body is a shell. Change it. Death is a disease. Cure it. Extinction is approaching. Fight it." http://blakemasters.com/peter-thiels-cs183-startup
just want to chime in, if one names himself 'The Prophet', then Observer status is quite fitting, wouldn't you think? I also wonder if 'The Prophet' is singular or can there be an 'average' prophet?
I fired up my old junkie computers from basement. The one hardware enclosure I ordered from Canada and later installed DEC Unix is still humming... The first laptop I bought in 1995(?) is a Montego Fujitsu laptop for over $2000 + $200 for extra 8M RAM. I forgot when I bought an extra battery. I can replace the floppy disk module with two battery. It runs RedHat 6.2 Zoot. Last login Feb 6, 2006.
I'm reading this old diary on project management endorsed by nixnut.
"only people who have extremely good memories and are not overloaded with work or spam are capable of successfully utilising email for communications of complex issues. "
I don't think I am quite agree with that. Yes, it is very hard to transport one's state of mind to another. To design a complex AI system, it is always going to be modulated by somewhat uneven human intelligence.
It's been a year. I feel more or less alive.
I'd like to tour Spain in memory of Walter Benjamin's leaving of this world.
I also would like to buy up more property in US. War and Peace, it's never ending...
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