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.
Oh, I’m so sorry. You were hoping for something that emphasized more of the glamor than the gloom…
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- It Started With Ecumenism
- The New Mind
Tomorrow does not exist. At this point, some may branch off about the philosophical implications of talking about what that means, but that’s all boring or confusing stuff to Joe sipping his joe, and without the convoluted explanation, Joe would probably get the idea anyways. The question now is: What is our response to this?
If someone has made a product that is freely available to you and will work better than any tool you plan on building, then go get that product and learn how to use it. Save yourself the time of reconstructing everything again – it’s usually not worth the hassle.
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- Synthesis of Webber’s blog post
- Reason’s FOSS games aren’t completed
- How FOSS games should be created
A recent article on Arstechnica got me thinking about alternative energy. Pardon the pun in the title: “joules” are units of energy, not jewels (though jewels have alot of joules). In as much as some of us may think the world will end before we run out of fuel, there is a chance that it won’t, and we’ll be forced to utilize other sources of energy (unless, of course, you don’t mind giving up your air-conditioning, amongst all those other benefits that come with power and a functioning economy).
Today, I started reading this article on the Philosopher’s Eye. It’s an atheist blog, or at least the writer of this article is. They are discussing a book by Alex Rosenberg entitled “The Atheist’s Guide to Reality”. Should you read the book? Only if you want some laughs, I guess. Why is it when someone has an opposing point of view they always attack straw men? I see this from the theists and get tired of it, and yet the atheists do it too. Must be the natural human thing. In this blog post, I’m going to respond to the article bit-by-bit, addressing the arguments within their own context. This may take awhile, so fasten your seat-belts.