I'm not one of the regulars, damn it, I don't spend enough time here anymore!
Nitron wrote: "right now" is continuously changing,
That's exactly the point. And you're the first person who notices it
You can't write about what you think right now, because when your fingers start moving "right now" has already moved on and you think about something else.
People who think in words are better of, their think-type-delay is shorter. Translating images to text and text to english text takes a few seconds, and when I'm finished with putting thougts into text, it's all obsolete
Corinna John wrote: People who think in words are better of, their think-type-delay is shorter. Translating images to text and text to english text takes a few seconds, and when I'm finished with putting thougts into text, it's all obsolete
Sheesh! You couldn't even begin to imagine my dilemma: I think in abstractions and dynamic sets of neural networks, continually spawning ant-colony algorithm threads to find the shortest route between my thoughts, take the results and run them through an english-language parser, run that output through my vocabulary linker, and finally compile them to executable code that outputs the english text you're reading on the screen right now. Talk about the realtime hit on _my_ OS...
You're better of than me, you have a parser.
I still have not found a language-parser that accepts colours and 3-dimensional shapes as input.
My thoughts are beautiful streams of colours, I can almost watch them shining on their way through my head.
Every input, once it entered my head through one of my input-devices (eyes, ears, nose, internal memory...),
is converted to colourful shapes automatically, processed by 3-dimensional multi channel methods, archived in dynamic memory,
and linked to similar shapes on-the-fly. Every image has a source-flag telling me where it came from.
This flag is very important, because I have to know what came from my ears (it has to be sound) and what from my eyes (has to be light),
from my nose (has to be smell), or from internal sources (may be memories, other thoughts, or ideas).
My memory works just as 3-dimensional and can hold only images with some metadata. Anyway, I got a buffer for text, to make output run a bit faster.
Once a thougt has been processed an is waiting to be expressed, the dilemma begins. I see its complex structure, but I still have to
find the correct vocabulary and build a one-dimensional sentence. If I want to describe a sound, I can clearly see the sound in my mind,
but nobody would understand what I mean if I described the picture. It's the same with ideas for C# programs. I can see the program's
structure, usually those things look very nice in light red and deep blue on white background, but when I want to explain it so somebody,
my incomplete language-parser reaches its limit again and I have to make it look more simple that it is.
That's why I rather grab a pencil and draw my ideas, instead of writing them down. I can also paint sounds, smells, numbers, emotions, .NET namespaces...
Simple words are not complex enough for me, but unfortunately I have to use them to talk to other people.
Statistics by serious scientists say that one (or more) person out of 200 thinks in colours, many of them also hear/smell/... like that, just like me.
Unfortunately these statistics also say, that our colours and shapes are unique, for example the same number looks
completely different for two people. Let two people paint the same sound, and you'll get completely different pictures.
Damn it, I'll need language for all times. Where's my fast, easy-to-use and bug-free parser?
Well i wanted to thank you. i knew such a things exists but i had no idea how to go abt doing it. just one question? y such a restricted set file formats to "encrypt" data. y can't i use jpg for instance.
i saw three articles in my rss reader from code project about steganography and i had forgotten for that moment what steganography is so i had a look at the first article and it jogged my memory, i didn't read the article i just skimmed over it and then looked at the bit at the bottom, saw the picture and decided to find out more, i suppose i should read the articles, i can't imagine what i'd use steganography for in a profesional context but it might be interesting to know about
For business use steganography is far too complicated.
It is rather for personal use, if you want to hide a message without showing that you have something to hide I write the articles just for fun, because I like to explore new tricks with file formats.
BTW: The picture at the bottom does not contain any hidden data
don't know why...
perhaps 'cause it is interesting seeing what you had to say in it ?!
You think i'm having a boring day ...? hem, maybe, or maybe not 'don't want to explain my all life here...
have a nice day Miss
I wrote the article out of personal interest, and all the people who give any feedback just read it out of personal interest... Well, if somebody had a non-personal use for steganography, do you think he would talk about it? I'll never know what my code is being used for...
Have you read the latest issue of Technology Review? There's a cryptography-special, and an interview with Whitfield Diffie.
I am surprised to see a girl's profile at this site.
I've just read all your unswers and I think that most of them are funny. I really loughed. Thanks for some refreshing phrases.
By the way, why did you shoose the profession of programmer. Do you really like it or it's a just a way of earning money.
I am surprised to see a girl's profile at this site
There are many girls on CodeProject. I think some of them have strange nick names, so that you do not recognize them at first sight
Do you really like it or it's a just a way of earning money
You cannot "do programming", have to "be a programmer". I'm sure that somebody who does programming just for the money cannot do his job very well.
I learned Java at home, when I still went to school. Later, when the majority of my class went to different universities, I started my professional programmer's life as an apprentice at a software house. Java, ColdFusion, Delphi, HTML - that was my life for three years. Now my life is something between C# and HTML.
BTW there are many russian programmers in Germany. I'm surprised that you are still at home
You have pretty interesting life By the way, I have quite the same one.
If you wanted to discuss your programming articles, why did you add your picture? It's a normal reaction of every opposite sex person to try talking with you. It's like a challenge.