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  • yaxu

    yaxu

    March 10, 2015, 2:10 pm

    A one dimensional radio dial for selecting from all the possible 5 minute midi files would be impractical, I guess it would have to have more notches than there are atoms in the observable universe, and the vast majority of positions would turn up formless rubbish.

    You'd maybe add a dimension or two to make the interface more like a joystick, but you'd still have a massive search space.

    So you'd weed out the statistically unlikely music based on an existing music corpus (like cope), but then you'd rule out making anything really new, i.e. transformational creativity.

    So you'd try to organise the music in a way that would make it easier to navigate, i.e. dimensional reduction and categorisation. But guess what dimensional reduction and categorisation is? Perception. You can't do creative feedback without direct access to it, and any normal computer interface is indirect.

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  • DaimonicPossession

    DaimonicPossession

    March 11, 2015, 1:38 am

    Honestly, I downvoted this article because it has fallen into the same confusion that so many other people have fallen into by construing a collection of various distinct philosophies of a given time as a single philosophy. I could only suppose this confusion has origins in remaining notions of Hegelian "zeitgeist" historicism since the author of this article was so swift to associate popular culture with contemporary philosophy, but that argument would take more effort than I am willing to give at the moment. However, the point I want to make is that it's pretty erroneous to group together a number of dissimilar objects, conclude that their similarity in being dissimilar is their shared value, and then shake your fist at them for not making any sense.

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  • seanmharcailin

    seanmharcailin

    March 10, 2015, 10:34 pm

    is she seeing a therapist at the moment? Not just a psychiastrist to rescribe drugs, but a therapist what will help her work through and deal with these issues?

    This is a very normal reaction to sexual assault, and if she isn't recieving the proper mental care it will soon spiral out of control (more so than it already has)

    I think you need to find a way to talk to a professional in her life about these pictures and this behavior. I think you need to let your parents know that their daughter is not coping with her past experiences, perhaps not with all the detail, but she needs a support system to keep her form abusing herself more.

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  • KKJS

    KKJS

    March 11, 2015, 5:23 am

    I think the first PC game I played was "Scorch" or at least I think it was called that. I never owned a PC as a kid, but one of my friends parents were rich and had a PC back in the days when Wolfenstein 3D was new and exciting.

    Anyway, Scorch was a game where you had a little tank like canon that fired missiles or more advanced projectiles at another player or a computer controlled tank. Like the more modern worms you had to take into account the power and angle needed to make a precise hit along with, I think, wind speeds all though that may be wrong. It took place on a random generated field that was no bigger than your screen, but it usually had mountainous peaks making it harder to move back and forth and hit each other with low flying shots.

    My friend and I loved that game, it was only replaced when we got Wolfenstein, which really was a kick ass game.

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  • Something_Famous

    Something_Famous

    March 10, 2015, 9:15 pm

    >I feel like if I had amnesia it wouldnt be such a bad thing.

    STOP!! What you are thinking on a daily basis is what separates yourself from anyone in the world. Ya, I don't know where you are from (I would assume the US) but it really shouldn't matter. I've been in the same boat as you for 2 years and you really need to stop and think about your past and what made you happy. Who cares if its videogames, drugs, being around people, making money, having your breath taken away, etc. We all love these things!

    THERE IS NO PLAN FOR HOW WE LIVE OUR LIFE!!!! Take that to heart. I try to every day. Do whatever you love. If it costs money, then your goal is to make just enough money so that you can enjoy whatever it is that you love. Don't let anyone tell you how to specifically live your life, BECAUSE THERE IS NOT A PLAN!!

    -Just a 22 y/o college student from WI.

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  • MechaBlue

    MechaBlue

    March 11, 2015, 1:57 am

    Student loans are high-risk because they are for large amounts of money to people with few assets. The effect of these risks would be to, effectively, eliminate student loans. Unsecured loans to people with a high likelihood of defaulting on them would come with a much higher interest rate. People would fall into one of two categories: those who are wealthy enough to not need the loans; and those who are too poor of a credit risk to get a loan.

    This would mean that the "haves" would be able to go to college and the "have-nots" would not be able to. A result of this is that there would be fewer highly-educated people and the number of people in skilled positions (e.g., doctors) would be greatly reduced.

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  • uriel

    uriel

    March 10, 2015, 1:38 pm

    Well, it is hard to grow an economy when it is in a tailspin, yes the stabilization was painful and came at a high cost, but from a purely economic point of view, I don't see much that they could have done different.

    In a sense the costs of stabilization are just paying back for the excesses of the policies that created the crash in the first place, those costs have to be paid one way or another, they can't just be wished away, of course trying to avoid as much extra pain as possible is important, but i think it is very difficult to say how things could have been better with different policies.

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  • InAFewWords

    InAFewWords

    March 11, 2015, 12:24 am

    double-left click, right click, left click, left click

    I get the definition of a new word in 3 seconds hardly flicking my fingers. The past must hate me now. I'm a loser with a crappy job and low future potential, and yet I have nuclear and space age technology literally at my finger-tips. How the fuck can I be bored. The past must really hate that I am bored and reading and replying to comments on a website with a misspelled phrase as its name.

    Can you imagine how much energy I am guzzling as I am actively focusing at only 1/40th the space of a fully white colored screen just to type a trivial and inane comment?

    Do you know how much brain power was consumed and how many lifetimes worth of knowledge has had to be absorbed, categorized, and applied so that I can type this very period that dots this question mark? Hell, I've wasted so much energy just hitting the backspace to delete ill conceived phrases and correct half the words. More white space here.

    Just in case.

    I'm not wasting enough energy.

    If at least 10 people have to scroll past this,

    then I'm sure I've affected the future so that

    1 baby will never be born in the year 2051

    and a whole life is gone without ever being present.

    If you are from the future please confirm, thanks.

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  • BibleBeltAtheist

    BibleBeltAtheist

    March 11, 2015, 1:37 am

    Interesting read.

    It's obvious that we libertarian socialists have a very different agenda than Anarcho Capitalists with a completely different end result. (I use AnCaps as an example because they are more distinguishable than other factions of anarchism)

    I believe in keeping communication open with AnCaps. For two reasons. First, I respect their Anti-Statist views. Second, we really do need all the help we can get.

    Also, Anarcho Capitalism seems like an easy way for some people to come into anarchism. Many of whom, I suspect, will eventually drop the Cap because of its flaws regarding authority and equality.

    My problem with Anarcho Capitalism, in regards to the end result, is that they have yet to propose how to portion off land for use to those who do not subscribe to AnCap beliefs. I imagine their would be a lot of conflict considering most Anarcho Capitalists would not be willing to give up their "property" for the advancement of the cause.

    Neither can we all live together. Anarcho Capitalism falls a part at the end result because social anarchists will never legitimatize the AnCaps view of property.

    Anyhow, I am content to work with Anarcho Capitalists in bringing down the State. However, they then become the next target.

    In any case, none of us know the future, but I don't see it playing out like that anyhow.

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