Archive for the ‘compiler’ Category

What does the future of hardware have to offer?

December 13, 2005

I’m looking forward to the multi os, virtual machine chips Intel and amd are about to make for us. I figure even Windows is great for running one application in a locked down environment. Combined with flash mem it will never have to boot again. I’m trying to imagine what new crashes it will make if you don’t reboot windows for a year or so. hahaha, 1 click and you have some old system backup running, it wont be a pain.

Self healing software sounds interesting to, first we had error reports, those got better and more accurate, software learned to read between the lines to avoid errors, we got the option to shut down processes, suggestions where added to the code check (like with validating HTML). Now the real time error report is just as good as a validator but an error is still an error, a combo with the trial and error based artificial intelligence could have tremendous potential. Normally a huge number of users introduces mysterious new bugs. But with a learning and self fixing set up it can literally try out various methods to fix a bug and apply the most acceptable fix to all systems in all future cases of this bug.

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Auto Tagging, Ojos and the Rise of the Participatory Panopticon

November 10, 2005

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The Social Software Weblog points to an inspired new business idea – Ojos (not yet in beta) will auto-tag your digital photos using face and text recognition: Auto Tagging, Ojos and the Rise of the Participatory Panopticon

Yeah, mass content. We better invent some way to sort all the data. Could make a million in a lifetime. If they dont vanish on the hard disk it’s a lot more fun to make em to.

We can already add voice memos to each image. Not a bad idea to actually use that now that I think of it. First make a picture of a person then have em record a memo. Would make a nice looking blog. Text to speech is probably better raw data to auto-tag with.

I imagine we could look at a tag cloud before we see a movie one day.

Mashable Says:

Absolutely. That reminds of a comment I read somewhere: in the future, a wife turns to her husband and says “Honey, where’d we put 2012??.

My point with auto-tagging is that at some point there will be too much info to simply tag it ourselves. I’ve been using GMail a lot recently, and it does a great job of filing away mails without you having to label them at all. Of course, you could set up predefined filters on your mini video camera (if that’s what we’re all carrying in a few years time) for certain faces, places or objects, just like you can with GMail. That way your entire life would be indexing without much effort at all…

Yes, LOL google search works perfectly.

I was just creating an opera browser session. I’m going to sort my surfing in separate windows by subject.

The subject was rss tags and OPML. Of course this blog post will be a part of it.

After this one I’m going to create a window with social bookmark sites. lol

Opera also saves the state of the window toolbar set up with the session, if a session has a lot of tabs I have no need for the toolbars. Can set the tabs at the side or have something that looks like a gmail application. LOL

From a business or a collectors point of view this sorting of our life shall add tremendous value. I’m sure this blog post is as good a place as a forum or email exchange.

One day we will share our personal data and images and the web archive will crawl and backup our whole hardisk, just because they can.

Our global artilect of automatically generated linkage is also growing. We could not begin to imagine what intellectual boost it could present globally.

I’ve seen a few learning games and must honestly say I didn’t think they could make it so fun jet so educative. I’ve also spotted that tutorials are becoming more amusing by the day. Or maybe I’m just less funny as I was. hehe

Life is great! We dont need Windows Vista

November 4, 2005

Image hosted by Photobucket.comWe can assume Microsoft would not make organizing files dramatically better we get many of the same features with better indexing of files, rather than moving to a whole new database structure we will suffer using the old shit some more. Bill gates has spoken! AMEN!

vista will run on old PCs. That will end everything! It’s going to look and run quite differently on those older systems. As if users of older PC’s should not miss out on new features! They are nuts! Vista does need a whole new PC BUT as it runs applications developed for win-XP it wont be interesting to write new things for it. It means ERRORS generated by different platforms, specially the older platforms will have tremendous errors Programmers will make software work on XP, 2000 and vista. They wont bother to write a vista-version but we get exactly the same. Not a power system with powerful applications. A power system with everything disabled that didn’t run on the ancient 0.5 GB PC’s. You will have to try if things work each time you change something OR you will never know how it stopped working. Different performance on each system.

If we should develop Longhorn applications on a P3 you bought the new PC for nothing. If your lucky you can even run the application!

Google is diving into OOO Open office, firefox and thunderbird are really nice and Opera is even better, a user friendly Linux OS with 1 GHz will fly compared to the Windows Vista P4 art of state.

Look at msn, outlook, IE ms-word. Doesn’t that look a bit unstable to you? The rest of what they make is the same style of assembly… eh I mean compiler.