Oh yes, the forgetting! Where I’m at is, I think, striving for a simple universal working process description using parts that should be surprisingly interchangeable. So, for example, my general function for a “vestibule” or transition space is “mixing space”. A vestibule mixes private and public space. It mixes air conditioning and outside air. It can be used for a security area or a waiting or resting space. An open hallway can also be a transition space even if it has no doors. A simple passage way from outside, through a hall into a room works just as well as something with doors that close as it still acts as a mixing space. Light and shadow often mix in that space too although they don’t have to.

 Oh yes, the forgetting!
Where I’m at is, I think, striving for a simple universal working process description using parts that should be surprisingly interchangeable.
So, for example, my general function for a “vestibule” or transition space is “mixing space”.
A vestibule mixes private and public space. It mixes air conditioning and outside air. It can be used for a security area or a waiting or resting space.
An open hallway can also be a transition space even if it has no doors. A simple passage way from outside, through a hall into a room works just as well as something with doors that close as it still acts as a mixing space.
Light and shadow often mix in that space too although they don’t have to.
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Where I think this will be extremely powerful, if I’m correct in this, is it can allow for viewing I/O as either black box or white box. The procedure or program or function within can either be important or not depending on needs.
 
So if you start with a value of 29 and end up with the words “pig latin” and the smell of fish, inbetween is a mysterious mixing space where qualities from 29 and qualities from “pig latin” and the smell of fish combine.
 
What algorithms are within? Maybe it’s
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