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Offline pedro

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« Posted 2004-04-17 17:13:48 »

I was just browsing around, and the papers in this link might be useful for someon: http://
Offline D.t.O

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-04-17 18:19:57 »

Didn't know there we so many free papers on this kind of stuff. For some reason, my brain categorizes these kinds of topics as "should be in a book".
"This kind of stuff" refers to theoretical topics. I guess what I'm trying to say is that somehow my brain thinks "code" topics should be online, whereas "design" topics should be in books. Don't know why :-/

P.S.: your [url] tag is showing Wink...

EDIT: clarification on "this kind of stuff"

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Offline pedro

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Java games rock!

« Reply #2 - Posted 2004-04-18 00:11:59 »

Hehe. I'm not sure why the tag is showing. Quite amusing Smiley   I noticed a few bugs in the forum, but in light of what was said about YABB in another thread, it does a relative good job Grin

I think most things are accessible online nowadays. We probably associate "code things" to be online because the Internet was a common medium to programmers. But now the Internet is becoming the the vehicle of choice of any type of information. I don't think need anyone can emphasise enough on how this is a marvellous thing Smiley

Look at what Amazon did with their extra-cool search engine. You can search inside ALL their books. Implying that their content is partially on-line. Today, I can see lectures, videos, etc... all via my broadband access. But anyway, sometimes my eyes do get tired and I still like the feeling of hard copy books. But who knows if the newer generations only might only have e-ink books, and paper books will be considered a "thing" of the old Tongue

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Offline D.t.O

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Psych'd about Java Games

« Reply #3 - Posted 2004-04-18 14:14:48 »

But who knows if the newer generations only might only have e-ink books, and paper books will be considered a "thing" of the old Tongue

Some day, we'll all be telling our grandchildren how "back in the day" we had to go to bookstores and buy books Wink

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Offline 20thCenturyBoy

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« Reply #4 - Posted 2004-05-03 02:50:19 »

Synopsis of one of the papers:

Situationism has recently been equated with the online context, especially in form of information access as a kind of online 'dérive'. This equation is not necessarily an obvious one and thus will be questioned in the paper by referring to the original concept(s) in Situationism. The concentration is on an outline of the concept of the dérive and its potential relationship to online information access. The suggestion is that it is only a useful comparison if one wants to put a particular emphasis on the disruption of usual information access patterns. Shocked

Gotta love that.

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