Display.exe: Posted to document the date of my invention

kmoney

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Without having access to the book in some form? :idunno:

How is that possible without access to data from somewhere? :idunno:

Maybe I'm just not understanding what exactly he's claiming.

I don't think it's possible. This is some joke or he's trying to make some point.
 

elohiym

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This is some joke or he's trying to make some point.

Well, I don't get the joke; but he certainly has my attention.

I look forward to learning more about his invention, or at least understanding the point he is making.
 

MrRadish

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Riddle me right and riddle me wrong,
Riddle me short and riddle me long,
Riddle me all and riddle me none;
Won't I look smart when riddles are gone?

When we speak in code our friends can all cry
How clever we are, how cunning and sly,
To flummox our foes with some twisting tale;
Won't I look good when I take off the veil?

Something obscure, if worded just right,
Might just pass as wit when viewed in poor light.
And my friends all around will strike up a cheer,
Won't I look droll when things become clear?

Riddle me right and riddle me wrong,
Riddle me short and riddle me long,
Riddle me all and riddle me none;
Won't I look smart when riddles are gone?
 

Nathon Detroit

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Software Feature #2: 12-6-09 My program also displays the pages of published books. Every book. And you don't have to have any such book available. The program itself displays the pages of any book.
How does your program display pages of published books? Where is it getting the data?
 

Ask Mr. Religion

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It's just more of the usual shenanigans for attention seeking. Fess up, Mr. Enyart, and let the cat out of the bag. ;)

AMR
 

Bob Enyart

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AMR: a mathematical proof

AMR: a mathematical proof

It's just more of the usual shenanigans for attention seeking. Fess up, Mr. Enyart, and let the cat out of the bag. ;)
AMR, I don't know about any cat in a bag, but Display can show you the cat in the hat.

As for usual, if a universal mathematical proof demonstrating that human creativity is not infinite but finite is usual, then my program is usual. As for this being a shenanigan, I value the opportunity to continue my 18-year run on air as a daily talk radio host too much to promise that I would quit the program if I am being dishonest about the features of my software invention. This is no shenanigan. Chilling perhaps. Shenanigans? None.
I gotta admit, I'm curious to see where this is going... how long are you gonna keep us waiting, Bob?

I've worked on this for a decade aa (assuranceagent), and of course I'm not certain what might be the best way to share this development with others. But I'm thinking that a TOL thread is a very good way to introduce Display and let others grapple with its implications as I have been doing for years now.

-Bob Enyart
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chatmaggot

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Interesting.

Software Feature #2: 12-6-09 My program also displays the pages of published books. Every book. And you don't have to have any such book available. The program itself displays the pages of any book.

Every book ever? Even those that have been lost throughout the ages?

What about self-published books?
 

fool

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Interesting.



Every book ever? Even those that have been lost throughout the ages?

What about self-published books?

He said any book.
That would be all books.
Like I said it's like he found God's Kindle.
Now if he can get his hands on God's I-pod we'll have access to not only every song ever played but every song that ever could be played.
 

chatmaggot

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He said any book.
That would be all books.
Like I said it's like he found God's Kindle.
Now if he can get his hands on God's I-pod we'll have access to not only every song ever played but every song that ever could be played.

But he said any book "published". What could that mean?

Does a handwritten scroll count as being "published"?
 

fool

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But he said any book "published". What could that mean?
If it's a book and it exists then it's published.
Books that aren't published are called concepts.
Does a handwritten scroll count as being "published"?
Well he did say "books" not "scrolls", maybe he can whip up a scroll plugin dohicky.
 

kmoney

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Hey guys, I just invented a perpetual motion machine. Just wanted to document this on TOL. :plain:
 
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