We've got artists, scientists, scholars, pranksters, publishers, songwriters, and political activists. We've subjected Discordia to scrutiny, torn it apart, and put it back together. We've written songs about it, we've got a stack of essays, and, to refer back to your quote above, we criticize the hell out of each other.
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Demonstrate some testicular fortitude or Ovarian might or whatever and stop. Think. Realise you're acting like a silly arse and there's a reason you're getting these kind of responses. The reason is you.
Work on that.
Very much the fucking around stage. Quick fire projects, as they come to me, intended to be half finished if that. Lot of technical stuff to wrap my head around. Need to approach it in bite size chunks.
I'm giving myself about 6 months to get up to speed with the toolkit and then the plan is to create "Spaces" think VR equivalent of desktop wallpaper or ringtones. I reckon these will be a quick kill market when VR kicks off, however many years from now. I want to be in on the ground floor with a site full of - The bridge of the nostromo - and - the city of rivendell - and abstract trip mandala lazor pulsing brain flatteners.
Zuckerberg is right - VR is going to be social as fuck. People going to want places to hang out and do the shit they do in the IRL whilst they're learning the new shit they can do in cyberspace actual. I'ma give them a bunch of free ones and some premium shit they gotta blockchain me for. If I eventually get really good there's the bespoke route. Top dollar for unique, one-off experience. "I have a P3nT4gR4m in my collection"
I would like to join your very lucrative cult plz. Where does I haz to sign? Does it have to be my own blood or may I have a wiling proxy do it?
Have you considered how much the OCCULT cats might pay for a fucking meme-lab or something? Virtual reading room - libraries stuffed with books old new as you pay for them!
They look awesome and that's a great idea! People are already plying that trade in Second Life (and I guess other games in various guises - hats/skins etc).
VR has the potential to be bigger than any of those though. Maybe.
Let me put it this way: Hitler is like the clitoris. You don't just go stampeding straight towards it and blow your load; you work your way down, slowly, with forethought and tenderness. Going zero-to-Hitler turns everyone else off unless you have literally the best argument anyone has ever come up with, because people are constantly comparing anyone they don't like to goddamned Hitler.
First of all, you don't know shit about my clitoris and should not fucking talk for everyone even if you aren't a Ron Paul sockpuppet and have a vagina.
I'm currently shopping for some kind of personal hidden camera, such as pen cameras, buttonhole cameras, etc. Is there anyone here who has experience with any of these things, and care to make an endorsement?
I initially read this as "butthole cameras" and spent a solid 15-30 seconds pondering the market for that.
I don't mean to come down on you specifically, but these tag-team style shenanigans are wildly out of place in this thread.
Have you, by any chance, read The Human Use of Human Beings by Norbert Wiener?
Interesting question. I'm sure there's a reason for it.
If you're interested in the idea of signals or messages as organic, fluid, or essentially "living" things which are subject to the forces of entropy, then cybernetics is an appropriate field of study to immerse one's self in. I was wondering if you'd already done so.
The book reads a bit like stereo instructions but taps into a few really key ideas about the way that information works.
I can't imagine why Pent would be interested in or know anything about cybernetics or information systems. Would you Pent?
I'm sure a lot of other books do to. Your point?
I find the major themes of specific book (and the way in which they are conveyed within it) particularly relevant to your post. I wanted to know if you'd read it. If not, I'd recommend it. If so, I'd ask whether or not you agree that it is indeed relevant.
The only point I can make now is that you haven't actually answered my question.
Any form of weed testing worth it's salt should include bong rips and enormous t-shaped blunts at some stage in the proceedings.
Yeah, but they won't pay me for that.