Archive | February 15, 2003

Flash Mind Reader

Several folks, like Dave Winer and Adam Curry: Adam Curry’s Weblog have posted “flash mind reader. I have no idea how this works, but it’s tripping me out!” pointing out once again that programmers and math majors Think Different, not necessarily better, but different. I read the test, looked at the table and knew the trick. Sometimes it’s no fun knowing how the magic works. Try navigating to “Flash” and select the Flash Mind Reader from here if the link above isn’t working.

Weekend Reading, Part II

New Issue of JOHO. A new issue of my free newsletter is out. Here’s what’s in it The Internet is not a thing: It’s an agreement. And there’s a big difference. I’ve been thinking about the end of the Internet. No, not its collapse, but as in the”End-to-End” (E2E) argument, put definitively by David P. Reed, J.H. Saltzer, and D.D. Clark and in their seminal article, End-to-End Arguments in System Design. The concept is simple: whenever possible, services should not be built into a network but should be allowed to arise at the network’s ends. For example, it’s a good thing the Internet designers… [Joho the Blog]

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