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Comment: Re:Conversational Computing (Score 0, Funny) 124

by Professor S. Brown (#15593846) Attached to: Updating the Computer, Circa 1969
This is all irrelevant. We have been using 'conversational computing' in our labs for a few months, and its been a complete disaster. We have several clusters set up right now expending countless peta-FLOPS calculating the intersection of a toilet and pope, and we would probably be finished by now where it not for 'conversational computing'. Had we have finished calculating the intersection of a toilet and a pope, we could have begun calculating the intersection of much larger objects, like the intersetcion of a farm and a railway station.

The Tao is like a glob pattern: used but never used up. It is like the extern void: filled with infinite possibilities.

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