Some time ago, I wrote an article about language processing for humans in relation to programming languages. While accurate, I do find it obligatory to write a response to my own article.
Table of Contents
- Pure Art
- Modern “Art”
- What Happened?
- How Do We Find “Real” Art?
- More Specifically…
- What Happened to Emotion?
- I’m Vague
Yes, I mean everyone (well, okay, I’ll simplify it). The topic of copyrights is popular these days because of the ensuing mess, so I thought I’d address it. I’ve had similar posts in the past (but related specifically to software) (Part 1, Part 2), but in this article, I’d like to talk about everyone’s view.
Whenever people are arguing a controversial topic related to science, someone will invariably bring up the word “theory”. This word is highly misused, so let me give you a couple definitions you need to know:
The modern world has been plagued by the misnomer of buying. The correct term for the economic exchanges commonly occurring today is “leasing”. In short, buying does not involve attached strings.
Rich Hickey and his core programming team put together the dynamic programming language they call “Clojure“. There are so many programming languages out there, it’s hard to get yours noticed much less used. To draw attention to their language, the “core” team started a project called Clojure Script One – which, from the looks of it, is nothing more than a fancy looking website designed to snag geeks with its sleek appearance.