Replying to LO29464 --
Even though bandwidth is no longer a problem for most, some may still
have problems opening large messages, large collections of electrons
containing information, which when opened may stimulate learning, and
may even lead to knowledge.......
In the last ten or so messages, we have visited space, time, and the
21st Century Library. It does amuse me that I can hold in my hand the
contents of five years of writing, correspondence, calculation,
speculation, and intellectualization. But as well as we have
exploited the electron to convert language to electron and back again,
we still have no excellent algorithms for the translation of one human
language to another. Why do we think this is?? Can it be the
cultural differences in thinking about training vs education vs
learning vs knowledge?? Or is it simply that the combination of words
in phrases and sentences, even outside of the social context (but is
there really anything outside of the social ! ! ! ! context?) is
It's a better day in Ohio without the funnels.
"I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended
up where I intended to be."
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