The guys who invented unix were trying to reinvent multics for small computers.
If you prefer to be locked in with with your propritetary software/codec/hardware, thats up to you, you can start your own wiki with your own rules.
For the rigorous definitions software needs to work with it seems text is better. It might be just cuz I am used to text for software but outside of trivially simple programs, I'm sure I would rather work with text. I even think I can read and write text definitions FASTER than I could create diagrams. We used to try to use flowcharts to document and support development but they fell out of popularity for a reason I think. They were not as good.
I thought it was there in the original too. I remember being let down before it even started that it was some sort of series. I don't know how these other people can be so certain it wasn't there, they could have missed it. Its not like they have a copy of the original screening to verify it.
"Lucas retroactively subtitled the first movie to be Episode IV."
Did he really? Exactly when was this? I seem to remember the episode IV subtitle when I saw the first run in the theatre. Is my memory fooling me?
I think a much bigger issue that I have not heard mentioned in these debates is how much access to bank and credit card records do these outfits get? It would seem if they pressure Google and Facebook to release records, they would do the same to the banks.
One math course particulaly comes back to me again and again when I am programming. It was called "Numerical Analysis" when I took it but might be called something different elsewhere/now. It involved analysing the errors inherent in computer arithmetic and calculations. Especially floating point inaccuracies and aproximations. Whenever people tell you to not use floating point it is usually because they don't understand this subject and don't know the techniques to work with it and avoid the problems.
And get them back without a huge blog leak and lawsuit.
So this seem designed for breaking capchas. Are they going to try to restrict the OCR function or ???