Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move this world.
Or even the potential for a new world war?
It still hasn't been established what to do with the moon when it comes to 'ownership'.
Okay I have a patent pending on it, but hey, what are you going to do about it
No seriously, if the Chinese want the moon you can bet your ass that the US wants it too.
I for one are slightly worried about this!
And a lot of my work is on Flickr.
Well we'll see.
If it is later for AT&T then it is probably still ages till T-Mobile picks it up, if ever.
They made great promises about tethering but none came true
I have to admit I wasn't too happy with the analogy myself....
You could ask why post it then? Well otherwise I would never have gotten your response and learned from it
But I do not entirely agree with your analogy at that. If something is said to be true the opposite or negative or that does not need to true at that. This is not mathematics. I am of course speaking of your 'improved' version of my analogy
Isn't that like saying that illegal gun selling doesn't increase the number of gun shot victims?
Sure, it isn't the same, but the fact that they are facilitators should count for something, as well it does in the case of arms selling.
Well just putting it out there.....
I absolutely agree with you that it is a good substitute for people who use notation once every now and again!
Plus inter-program-exchange of midi/notation files has always been a problem. Until a standard for this is conceived no 2 programs will be able to exactly share the same files.
Not only that, MIDI is so common and there are so many free programs out there that it is almost no trouble to download one and read the midi file, except for the fact that they often don't relay the correct info.
The number of computer scientists in a room is inversely proportional to the number of bugs in their code.