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Of Frameworks And ReligionKatamarius

Thu, 07 Aug 2014 16:42:47 +0000

Frameworks and religion share these aspects: Religion/Frameworks are both illusory attempts to find simplicity and idealism in an inherently complex and  imperfect environment. A rational examination of the origins of –and reasons for– religion/frameworks, as well as the benefits and disadvantages of religion/frameworks, is unlikely to change the mind of anyone who is afraid to examine these […](image)

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Why Bitcoin is Volatile aka I Told You So.Katamarius

Sun, 01 Dec 2013 20:52:17 +0000

Bitcoin is based on the idea that money gets its intrinsic value from its scarcity, which is a misconception since money gets its intrinsic value from the volume of transactions involving goods and services that use it. The only reason the dollar has an intrinsic value as a currency is because almost every nation use it […](image)

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On the Importance of Pre-Attentive Cues in Data VisualizationKatamarius

Mon, 15 Apr 2013 18:26:25 +0000

The way data enters the mind, whether in a completely idle form or a highly energetic, animated form, influences how we relate to it. The initial moment of meeting between an object and an observer is the pre-attentive phase. The animal part of our brain looks for visual cues from the object to determine the […](image)

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Messing with HTML5 video: SVG Masks and CSS FiltersKatamarius

Mon, 20 Feb 2012 06:32:42 +0000

Latest Javascript/HTML5 experiment:! Enjoy(image)

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JSON API for HTML view compositionKatamarius

Fri, 03 Feb 2012 22:53:59 +0000

idom = idi.bidi.dom What is it? JSON API for templated HTML & SVG view compositing idi.bidi.dom (idom) – offers a new and different way for interacting with the DOM. In abstract terms, idom takes the DOM and adds variables, scope, variable memoization, multiple-inheritance and type polymorphism (with the Node Prototype as the user defined type) […](image)

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World’s First And Finest Twitter Art Client, Twitter Art Editor, And Creative Twitter Client.Katamarius

Thu, 08 Sep 2011 13:53:26 +0000

Author: Marc Fawzi Twitter: – Originally published on August 1st, 2011. Original version of software dates back to March 2011. – Don’t mind the boasting in the title. I’m doing it for SEO. Now, on to the real story. One day I decided to try out Twitter (back 8 months ago) and I was […](image)

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World’s First And Finest Twitter Art EditorKatamarius

Mon, 01 Aug 2011 22:21:18 +0000

Author: Marc Fawzi Twitter: – Originally published on August 1st, 2011. Original version of software dates back to March 2011. – Don’t mind the boasting in the title. I’m doing it for SEO. Now, on to the real story. One day I decided to try out Twitter (back 8 months ago) and I was […](image)

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Ideas For Entrepreneurs: 0001 – Wifi Spots Should Have A FaviconKatamarius

Fri, 08 Jul 2011 18:12:49 +0000

Author: Marc Fawzi Twitter: – A “favicon” or “favorites icon” is a small image that is displayed by browsers (usually a logo) that is provided by the site being displayed. I just signed on to a random wifi spot and I thought that it would be nice to have a favicon displayed next to […](image)

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The Packetization of Knowledge (Why Twitter Is Important)Katamarius

Wed, 18 May 2011 18:53:51 +0000

Author: Marc Fawzi Twitter: – File Under: The Deeper Meaning of Twttr The thesis that I’d like to articulate here is that knowledge packetization (a la Twitter), which is a term I came up with to describe the cramming of sense impressions and arbitrary logic into limited space, is leading to a perceptual compression […](image)

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The Failure of The Facebook Social Networking Model (Updated)Katamarius

Wed, 27 Apr 2011 19:56:56 +0000

Author: Marc Fawzi Twitter: – Article It sounds strange to have the word “failure” in the title when the company has over half a billion users and their IPO is probably valued in the hundreds of billions. However, the kind of failure we’re talking about is not on the surface. In my casual experiment, […](image)

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Japan: what could we have done?Katamarius

Thu, 31 Mar 2011 00:53:04 +0000

Author: Marc Fawzi Twitter: – What could we have done to prevent the terrible disaster in Japan? One thing that came up as I pondered this was the idea of triggering a controlled and much smaller man-made earthquake (or a series of them)  along the critical fault line area, just enough and just in […](image)

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A Natural World Order (fka, Beyond ‘Democracy vs. Dictatorship’)Katamarius

Mon, 21 Feb 2011 05:42:58 +0000

Author: Marc Fawzi Twitter: – In a democracy, the majority decides, not the individual. We have a democracy in the US. But do I get to decide? Nope. Do you? Nope. Does any individual get to decide? Nope. The “majority” get to decide. If you are part of the majority on a given issue […](image)

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Using Google To Send Smoke SignalsKatamarius

Sun, 19 Dec 2010 22:28:53 +0000

Author: Marc Fawzi Twitter: — The smoke signal was, as far as I’ve read, invented by native American Indians. The way it works, as far as what I’ve gathered, is similar to a primitive blogging system, used mostly for publishing emergency or battle related information. The tribe would send smoke-encoded messages for *anyone* who […](image)

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The Shift From Top-Down To Bottom-Up ProductionKatamarius

Sun, 28 Mar 2010 15:07:18 +0000

Author: Marc Fawzi Twitter: — It’s granted that top-down basic research is not well funded in the US. It’s granted that top US technical schools like MIT, CMU and others have been doing contract basic research that is funded by foreign companies (not sure what restrictions are in place if any) and students from […](image)

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A Better Way To Price iPhone Apps (and mp3s)Katamarius

Fri, 18 Dec 2009 22:30:29 +0000

Author: Marc Fawzi Twitter:!/marcfawzi ~~ If the price of an app was demand-indexed, starting at some arbitrary price near $0 when the app is launched and then going up and down with demand, then that would have interesting consequences. Obviously, how that is tuned varies from app to app. For example, for a given […](image)

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