Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 30th Jul 2012 19:38 UTC, submitted by tupp
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless It might be a cliche, but sometimes, a picture says more than a thousand words. Over the years, I've often talked about how the technology world is iterative, about how products are virtually always built upon that which came before, about how almost always, multiple people independently arrive at the same products since they work within the same constraints of the current state of technology. This elementary aspect of the technology world, which some would rather forget, has been illustrated very, very well in one of Samsung's legal filings against Apple.
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RE[2]: Daehanminguk!
by orfanum on Mon 30th Jul 2012 22:13 UTC in reply to "RE: Daehanminguk!"
orfanum
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2006-06-02

Thanks - that's kind of you to say. Yes, their ways of using paradox to unpick apparent logic or rather customary thinking, were often quite striking.

I sometimes go to church, sometimes don't, and this person has kind of said it better than I could do as to why that is:

http://hypocritereader.com/18/if-i-told-you-i-went-to-church

Cheers,

Orf

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RE[3]: Daehanminguk!
by tylerdurden on Wed 1st Aug 2012 15:46 in reply to "RE[2]: Daehanminguk!"
tylerdurden Member since:
2009-03-17

Meh, Chesterton's prose had lots of stylistic merits, it's intellectual content however was rather pedestrian. E.g. The piece by him that you linked earlier was a colossal "no true Scotsman" type of arguments, and those are just run of the mill fallacy...

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RE[4]: Daehanminguk!
by orfanum on Thu 2nd Aug 2012 16:18 in reply to "RE[3]: Daehanminguk!"
orfanum Member since:
2006-06-02

“There are no uninteresting things, only uninterested people.”
― G.K. Chesterton

;)

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