August 19th, 2005
Euphony, euphony...
I looked up the forms of syllogisms and solved a puzzle about Gaudy Night: Peter was reciting the names of syllogisms after Petrus Hispanius. And aren't they glorious words! Barbara Celarent Darii Camestres Darapti Felapton Ferison...
http://www.multicians.org/thvv/petrus-hispanius.html
I | Barbara | all M is P; all S is M: all S is P |
I | Celarent | no M is P; all S is M: no S is P |
I | Darii | all M is P; some S is M: some S is P |
I | Ferio | no M is P; some S is M: some S is not P |
II | Cesare | no P is M; all S is M: no S is P |
II | Camestres | all P is m; no S is M: no S is P |
II | Festino | no P is M; some S is M: some S is not P |
II | Fakofo | all P is M; some s is not M: some S is not P |
II | Baroko | all P is M; some s is not M: some S is not P |
III | Darapti | all M is P; all M is S: some S is P |
III | Disamis | some M is P; all M is S: some S is P |
III | Datisi | all M is P; some M is S: some S is P |
III | Felapton | no M is P; all M is S: some S is not P |
III | Dokamok | some M is not P; all M is S: some S is not P |
III | Bocardo | some M is not P; all M is S: some S is not P |
III | Ferison | no M is P: some M is S: some S is not P |
IV | Bramantip | all P is M; all M is S: some S is P |
IV | Camenes | all P is M; no M is S: no S is P |
IV | Dimaris | some P is M; all M is S: some S is P |
IV | Fesapo | no P is M; all M is S: some S is not P |
IV | Fresison | no P is M; some M is S: some S is not P |
http://www.multicians.org/thvv/petrus-hispanius.html
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it's gone all dotcom out there again
Nowhere but the dotcom industry do I expect to find these two snippets referring to the same time period.
X CEO of company Y
X: I developed it last year when I was in college.
If Ajax and nifty applications are Web 2.0, then blogging is Web Mark Two.
X CEO of company Y
X: I developed it last year when I was in college.
If Ajax and nifty applications are Web 2.0, then blogging is Web Mark Two.
Upgrading expectations
I just used the phrase "that would rock" for a feature that ought to just work already. Wrist slaps to both Apple and MS for not dealing with it without the need for third-party software.