Matti Pitkanen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 4 Apr 1999 13:20:06 +0300 (EET DST)
On Sun, 21 Mar 1999, ca314159 wrote:
Here's a picture worth a few words:
"Beauty" is 61.8 percent objectivity as the divine proportion
seems to indicate.
It seems to me that you Hitoshi, are at the root of our tree.
Stephen is attacking it brute force and climbing every branch
while maintaining a good center of gravity near the trunk.
Ben is also clinging to the trunk but straying onto the branches,
but not as much as Stephen. Matti has taken a side, and seems
to have strayed onto one particular branch from which he cannot
see the trunk of the tree but which is none the less a fruitful
[MP] I would say that side has chosen me(;-). I believe that
for me the most useful thing to do is to formulate this particular
approach as precisely as I can do it. At worst, the demonstration
that this branch is not a fruitful saves others from doing it.
I hope I'm climbing the trunk and and seeing where you all are
correctly, though I apologize for any hurt feelings if you disagree
with this perspective.
It's clear none of you are seeing any value in my points so I
won't bother you with them further.
[MP] On my side the problem is that I have no intuition in computer
science and cannot represent interesting comments. I however read your
postings and try to learn.
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