Apples actual response to the Flash issue
jhj at jhj.com
Sun May 2 20:07:41 EDT 2010
On May 2, 2010, at 4:52 PM, Graham & Heather Harrison wrote:
> Randall Reetz wrote:
>> We are still living in a world where computing exists as pre-written and compiled software that is blindly executed by machines and stacked foundational code that has no idea what it is processing, can only process linearly, all semantics have been stripped, it doesn't learn from experience or react to context unless this too has been pre-codified and frozen in binary or byte code, etc. etc etc.…
>> … So our little wrote tricks can be made more elaborate…
>> … What it means is the difference between writing a letter and our computer interceding by understanding the meta-intent of the wrote and inefficient processes we engage in today
> Now that's what I call a self-proving proposition.
> "And though they wrote it all by rote, they did not write it right."
Aw, I'm getting tired of waiting for yet another proof of Godwin's law. Lets just go straight to a spelling flame, eh?
the other Jerry
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