Things I Could NOT find while Googling Around

These are hard to find items and/or items may not exist yet. I wonder if the social networks can find them. I would be willing to pay a reasonable price, but NOT a premium price to have them:
  1. An MP3 of Larry Gatlin's song Jacob & Marcie from his album High Time.  I have found the album on Ebay, but I don't want to buy a record player to hear the song. 
  2. An animated 3D virtual model of the human larynx or animated scan of it during singing various different songs.  This pertains to RS's Eurythmy as a Visable Song.
  3. An animated 3D virtual model or movie (like an MRI or something) that shows the digestive processes of a cow's stomach. It should track the heat as well as the feed & any other electrical processes that take place.
  4. Software or a browser that provides for links into the middle of a webpage that has not previously been set up with anchor points. Something like govtrack.us does with bills. I realise I can import pages into Acrobat & then mark them up with locations & bookmarks & highlights & then put the pdf on my own website, but that is not what I'm looking to do. In retrospect what I'm asking for is CyberMind (TM) on a webcloud - perhaps too much to ask for right now.
  5. An honest poll which asks the simple question - "Do you trust the U.S. Government?"

Tags

  1. gatlin
  2. cow stomachs
  3. larynx
  4. scm
  5. cybermind
  6. LinkedData

Comments


Seth says
Very good examples of scm.   The problem is how to describe those in #LinkedData and where to send those descriptions such that you will find what you are looking for.

Seth says
The best i can do now ...
source: my tweet




Seth says
source: (4) in item above
... software or a browser that provides for links into the middle of a webpage that has not previously been set up with anchor points. Something like govtrack.us does with bills. I realise I can import pages into Acrobat & then mark them up with locations & bookmarks & highlights & then put the pdf on my own website, but that is not what I'm looking to do.
AFAICT govtrack.us sets up those internal links on their pages in advance.   If you want to be able to jump into any already existing page on the web at any given place and have the browser do it ... well that has not been even defined in HTTP yet ... and it doesn't sound to me like something the W3C would even contemplate putting into the standards.  Lots of luck in finding a browser which has gone beyond the spec and implemented that feature.

You could, of course, do it on your own pages by including a lookup function server side.  So your URL would look something like http:// ....?markstart=xx#xx .   The server would search the document for xx and insert a anchor point there prior to sending the page to the client.  Then anybody could link into that page any place they wanted.  All you would need to do would be to insert one line at the top of the file,  something like ...
<?php include "markstart.php" ?>

Is that the kind of thing you want to do?


Mark de LA says

Nice idea! - but above I on re-thought I still want CyberMind(TM) on a WebCloud!

Seth says
M 2010-08-19 09:28:41 14035

Nice idea! - but above I on re-thought I still want CyberMind(TM) on a WebCloud!
Well i guess you know that CyberMind in this web age is just called the semantic web and the new term for that is LinkedData.  I think Kingeley's stuff is probably the most practical and is being actively developed.   He even uses the cloud.   But I doubt that it would be quite so easy to install, make work, and then do something practical as he seems to imply.

Then too you would have all those URI to deal with ... the difference between local symbol names and globally shared symbol names in a open environment is a real bugger.

Seth says

If you want to joystick around the new web CyberMind, you might start at dbpedia.org.

Mark de LA says
seth 2010-08-19 09:54:41 14035
M 2010-08-19 09:28:41 14035

Nice idea! - but above I on re-thought I still want CyberMind(TM) on a WebCloud!
Well i guess you know that CyberMind in this web age is just called the semantic web and the new term for that is LinkedData.  I think Kingeley's stuff is probably the most practical and is being actively developed.   He even uses the cloud.   But I doubt that it would be quite so easy to install, make work, and then do something practical as he seems to imply.

Then too you would have all those URI to deal with ... the difference between local symbol names and globally shared symbol names in a open environment is a real bugger.
Association was just one aspect of CyberMind. The others were the navigational paradigm & the MPL (Cy-English) which was a navigational language.  We often played with using CyEnglish verbs to navigate the real World.
 

Seth says
M 2010-08-19 12:36:27 14035
seth 2010-08-19 09:54:41 14035
M 2010-08-19 09:28:41 14035

Nice idea! - but above I on re-thought I still want CyberMind(TM) on a WebCloud!
Well i guess you know that CyberMind in this web age is just called the semantic web and the new term for that is LinkedData.  I think Kingeley's stuff is probably the most practical and is being actively developed.   He even uses the cloud.   But I doubt that it would be quite so easy to install, make work, and then do something practical as he seems to imply.

Then too you would have all those URI to deal with ... the difference between local symbol names and globally shared symbol names in a open environment is a real bugger.
Association was just one aspect of CyberMind. The others were the navigational paradigm & the MPL (Cy-English) which was a navigational language.  We often played with using CyEnglish verbs to navigate the real World.
 
Well, of course, VANCE is just clicking on a hyperlink.  JACE needs the concept of a container which has evolved into "data space" (perhaps context or named graphs) and could be implemented with a NEXT button.  SYM and GRESS end up being more programming functions than user interface actions.  The programming is based upon SPARQL where you write SQL type statements to retrieve results; for example:  "SELECT ?name WHERE { ?x foaf:name ?name }".  I would love to find a PHP library that would implement SPARQL running into a MYSQL server.  Then i would start programming in that rather than evolving my own flaky functions; but i remain a bit unsure about how the local/public boundary would be implemented.

The atomic nature of CyberMind and it's unification of data and programming seem to have been passed over by the industry as unnecessary; and are going down in our history as mere beauty in the eye of the authors.

C says
Probably so .. ; OTOH, if you think of a web page as a a complex frame or a website as menton of frames & improve the simple verbs gress, sym, etc. to the point that they understand the new frames I think you have a start.  The data structure is obviously not going to be useable anymore unless one wanted to have it as a medium of exchange of digested information.  I still think the language & the abstract data structure, not its original implementation, is what is still novel.  It parallels the way people think & search for information.  Perhaps all this other shit had to be invented for people to appreciate what CyberMind could be doing!
   

C says
BTW, I did look at Virtuoso - it appears to be an ORDBMS or something like we were playing with to support UML diagramming 15 years ago.  The DBPedia looks somewhat interesting, though.


Si says

Mark de LA says
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycUpBnjCwfw ← Wright bros Jacob & Marcie

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