ChatGPT4 created sequential summaries … [read full article]
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Punctuated a long Youtube transcript using ChatGPT4; I’m stunned to see my ad-hoc spoken words looking so nicely written:
Punctuated a long Youtube … [read full article]
I love random people with open minds.
June 13, 2012:
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Very satisfying. Representation of aspects of human experience via a hybrid communications model that’s very flexible. My main interest is: one vs two way communication, and the context and location I think. I’ll have to test it out to be sure. Contexts/Aspects of Human Experience Sender Receiver Message Type Content Timestamp Channel Context Direction Response Location Privacy Level Status
Very satisfying. Representation of … [read full article]
A lot of movies I grew up with in the 1980s involved: Child discovers plot by Russia/CIA/China/Middle East/Central America to [do vaguely bad thing] and is smuggling it in [latest video game catridge / hiding in arcade game / hiding in action figure / encoded on a record older brother plays backwards activating sleeper agent] etc.
A lot of movies … [read full article]
combinatorics if using mathematical abstract structure; and it can be actualized in a choose-your-own-adventure or the modern day version of that, first person perspective video games on maps with others that also have their views and can interact and change each other and the maps themselves as they go
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Me: “If your every communication with self, other person, online offline, reading, listening, participating communications, whether 2 or 1 way, broadcasting sending or receiving as part of a large audience, were viewed as an online hybrid program/database model, what fields or variables (are fields and variables interchangable?)” GPT4: In the context of a hybrid program/database model, fields and variables can be seen as interchangeable. Fields typically refer to the columns in a database table, while variables are used in programming to store values. In this case, we can consider them equivalent as they both represent data elements. For the comprehensive communication model you described, the following fields or variables can be considered: Sender: The individual or entity initiating the communication (e.g., a person, a computer, a broadcasting station). Receiver: The individual or entity receiving the communication (e.g., a person, a computer, a device). MessageType: The type of communication (e.g., text, audio, video, multimedia). Content: The actual content of the communication (e.g., text, audio, or video data). Timestamp: The date and time when the communication was sent or received. Channel: The medium through which the communication takes place (e.g., email, phone call, social media platform, television, radio). Context: The context or purpose of the communication (e.g., personal, professional, educational, entertainment). Direction: Whether the communication is one-way or two-way (e.g., broadcasting, conversation, interactive). Response: The reaction or reply to the communication, if applicable (e.g., a reply to an email, a comment on a social media post, an answer to a question). Location: The geographical location of the sender and receiver, if relevant (e.g., for location-based services or regional content). PrivacyLevel: The level of privacy associated with the communication (e.g., public, private, encrypted). Status: The status of the communication (e.g., sent, delivered, read, pending, failed). These fields or variables can be used to represent different aspects of communication in an online hybrid program/database model. Each field can store specific data about the communication, allowing for detailed analysis, filtering, and sorting of communication records.
Me: “If your every … [read full article]