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ago @ Decentralised automated organisations

Perhaps a browser for decentralized web may be helpful with that. https://github.com/AgregoreWeb/agregore-browser

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Mindey

ago @ Grounded Stream . com

In return of working with brand Groundedstream, the communities are getting a unique profile page on the platform where they can share their news, showcase their talents accomplishments and services/products. but they can not upload any products themselves, or sell directly, this only showcases them as a verified and trusted comunity the GS works with.

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Bassxn2

ago @ Inter-Ontological Concepts for Inter-App Synchronization

Could we start with parsing all ontologies in LOV, and writing a script to find the sets of shared concepts across ontologies?

Could we go with parsing all public software repositories in known frameworks, to find definitions of their database models in them, and make the sets of shared database models across applications?

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Mindey

ago @ Choosing Nootropics

// Nootroflix.com

Interesting model. I guess, it doesn't make sense to optimize nootropics for mental performance alone: much more sense is to target those nootropics, that simultaneously are anti-aging drugs. Perhaps, "anti-aging nootropics" would be the right category.

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Mindey

ago @ Choosing Nootropics

Nootroflix.com is a fine starting point. Also, track your psychophisical metrics and talk to your physician.

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libberro

ago @ Choosing Nootropics

// When I drunk alcohol if was very important I took a Thiamine Bcomplex vitamin to remove the hangover or stop it from occurring.

I'm not sure how it would work for hangovers, but I had injected myself with Thiamine Chloride as a 14 year old kid. I remember it used to make lips tingle. :) It was more of an exploratory thing rather than anything else.

I guess, I was exploring lucid dreaming at that time, and was trying various supplements to improve lucid dreaming. B6 seem to have an effect.

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Inyuki

ago @ Dream browser

Some things I want from a browser -

  • Peer 2 peer storage such as with CRDT as in dat protocol or IPFS

  • SQL APIs

  • Sync and remote storage APIs like S3

  • Virtual DOM and two way binding

  • Server component similar to Opera Unite

  • Efficient desktop widgets that can lazily support trillions of items automatically

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chronological

ago @ Dream browser

Oh, this has to have a long list of things. for one:

  • Ability to browse other protocols than https , as described in the Internet Browser idea. (e.g., postgres://, mongodb://, ftp://, etc., should be browsable naturally and directly from browser, rendered for humans.)
  • Ability to natively browse API protocols on top of http, like graphql:///, rest:///, etc.
  • Ability to natively read mail (SMTP, IMAP, etc. support, as much as others want people to go through rest API, what's wrong with these protocols?)
  • Ability to go on IRC, oh, just like in good old days. SeaMonkey browser had an irc:// integrated.
  • Calendar standards... why should we have 3rd party host our calendars? I think, Evolution mail client has that feature. However, it could perfectly be the role of browser to support the capability to browse mail.

These capabilities to access different kind of protocols through intuitive UIs, could be provided by making JavaScript UI libraries part of browser cache, so, something like npm install would work within browser, and the JavaScript developers would not have to bring their JavaScript with their web apps, it would save a lot of bandwidth, and would make CDNs almost obsolete. Widget libraries (i.e., SnappyWidgets), could be part of that too.

Just a few of thoughts.

Etc.

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Mindey

ago @ Choosing Nootropics

When I drunk alcohol if was very important I took a Thiamine Bcomplex vitamin to remove the hangover or stop it from occurring.

Nowadays I take Neuromind and a separate omega 3 vegan capsule. This causes me to be very alert and open to doing challenging things.

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chronological

ago @ Choosing Nootropics

Regarding some specifics. I had tried multiple substances, from Vinpocetine, to Piracetam, Pramiracetam, Modafinil (which I do not recommend), Phenibut, Ginkgo Biloba, and others. However, I tend to stick with just vitamins and aspirin (+fish oil, grapefruits, garlic, and coffee, from the nutrients side). Among minerals and vitamins, I use Magnesium citrate, Triovit (antioxidants), Multi-B Strong (B-vitamins), and either Vitiron or Neurozan -- for broad spectrum supplements, combined with a few anti-aging substances, like Resveratrol and NMN (did not have courage start with Metformin yet).

I'm not sure if I'm doing it right or wrong, but, I'd be curious to know also about other people's choices.

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Inyuki

ago @ Mod-Laws of Physics

// Are we addressing laws of physics in the 3D reality? or in 2D or 4D?

By "laws of physics", I mean, relationships between measurements under controlled, replicable circumstances. The relationships could be deterministic or probabilistic. Yes, we live in observable 3+1D space, so, measurements in this space.

// which tool do we use to "read" these laws? I guess Mind is the tool right?

Ideally, by instruments and multiple minds, not just a single mind.

// would human consciousness be able to "change" those 3D "laws"?

We don't know, neither do we know if some device could change the laws of physics within a vicinity, or globally.

However, if someone or something did change the laws of physics, then how would we know if the mutability of the laws isn't one of the laws? Humanity would start investigating how the law changes with respect to whatever it depends on, and call that change - a new law.

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Mindey

ago @ Mod-Laws of Physics

Are we addressing laws of physics in the 3D reality? or in 2D or 4D?

how are they perceived in each dimension, and which tool do we use to "read" these laws? I guess Mind is the tool right?

And if "mind" follows 3D only, then we are governed by these,

but as "human consciousness" as default "reads" other Dimensions than the 3D, then would human consciousness be able to "change" those 3D "laws"?

like "melting th spoon"? or is that the power of "full mind" or the human mind in onesness with the "natural" mind? oh well just questions for now..

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Bassxn2

ago @ Slow life

// As a result you cannot fail as then you shall be out more than you received.

This may be implicit (i.e., lenders want borrowers not to default on loans), but, if you open a "Limited" company, the idea is that you file bankruptcies, and open new companies. Sure, bankruptcies may affect the credit scores.

// but if I start a business I cannot relax

Well, the idea of "bustle hustle". It is either you specify more than one activity codes, so that you can use one company to do other activity, if you're tired with one activity (a little more complicated accounting)... or close/suspend a company. An actively traded company is a burden, if not utilized.

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Mindey

ago @ Life scalability

Right, to the point. Capitalist society seem to be intentionally made to be Darwinist, to work as a filter that lets part of the population die economically, entering those "strange" states below the threshold of being able to take (or pay for the cost of) opportunities. It would be okay, if we would find a way to let everyone succeed at reaching their high (if not full) potential. Yet, if this potential shares the same direction, people will face competition: everyone scaled up providing the same product or service that other people pay for would result in overproduction of that product or service, dropping its price, and letting only the best providers of it survive.

An animal organism is a non-capitalist system, that actually provides all of its cells (i.e., individuals) with constant supply of blood, which is like UBI -- universal basic income -- that's ought to prevent these "strange" states. Think of UBI as a kind of generic dividends from humanity, could be done through taxation, we certainly should prevent those "strange" states from occurring. Every time we let people die economically, we are not just Darwinistically discarding part of the population, -- we are discarding part of the social potential and diversity, that, under other circumstances would flourish, like different species flourish under different circumstances. There are people won't want to work exactly because the social system is not right, not because they are inherently flawed: they need a different social system.

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Mindey

ago @ Use a marketplace where every item is a wrapped product and must contain every stakeholder's interest

Description of idea on Halfbakery

Companies number one purpose is to raise profit for their shareholders. I don't propose this change. Companies don't give a **** about people. This is a potential solution to that.

Due to stakeholder capitalism, a company is expected to:

consider "diversity" consider the "environment" be "living wage payers" be "carbon neutral" provide "excellent customer service" manage employee relations manage supplier relations care for local communities employee perks

My solution to these problems is for the company to be presented with a list of options (and prices) for each of these options and be given access to a computer user interface to make bids and the company puts in an order for the price they are willing to pay to make each problem go away. This is their funding of stakeholder capitalism.

Usually companies will decide to commit a fixed % of profits into stakeholder capitalism goals.

How can a company aim to only produce profit also consider all these waste of times? These cost money.

All these things cost money and frankly, are a waste of time because it's not your core business.

This idea is to save the time used by businesses to implement these things with minimal impact to the 'just make a profit' motivation.

I propose a digital marketplace that sells special instruments which I call "non-core business wrapped instruments".

A business cannot serve multiple masters simultaneously. By representing everything as a marketplace, everyone can get what they want. Community demands, customer demands, employee demands can all be represented as records on a system that can be allocated a cost (inserted by an outsourced company) that the company can decide to pay or not. It can be reviewed by managers. Business process changes can be agreed and would install the relevant business circuitry to make the agreed change.

These are a combination of:

  • computer programs seat licences (precanned business circuitry, see later paragraph)

  • digital outsourced contracts for hire and digital catalogue of services potentially rendered

  • digital labour market

People who care about diversity. People who care about the local community People who care about the environment. Are all the people who should be reviewing company data, generating solutions, doing research and inserting them into a marketplace with a price tag. The company buys these outsourcing services on a digital marketplace which divides each piece of work into a task that the company is buying. (A digital Labour market)

So, if an employee has a matter he wants to resolve with his employer and a corporation has a contract for employee relations, the employee can login to a system with his employee credentials and see what options are available on the market place of resolutions. And also propose his own.

It's a bit like giving an employee a catalogue of things that they can propose to happen with them. Such as requesting holiday.

Business circuitry is the idea that a function of one business can be composed of outsourced companies that operate internally to the corporation. Like a graft of people and digital systems, they are form a circuit within the corporation.

Diversity hiring would be provided by experts who have a review CVs with colour and race blindness and affirmative action quotas. They do all this work for you.

Hiring is a part of a business circuit that can be grafted into a corporation and integrate with systems that drive the hiring and recruitment process.

An environmental instrument would be like a catalogue of sustainable products and services in a catalogue

Customer service is possible to be excellent by integrating as a business circuit into operations of a corporation and the company paying billing customer agents on a labour market, without having to hire anyone or hire a call centre directly.

Say a community has a problem with a bakery corporations lack of bins outside their stores and the litter generated. The community can login to a website and make a petition for bins. This is inserted into the system whereby an outsourced person is assigned to it, reviews it, decides it requires a business change and assigns records for buying bins for every branch and the cost of each, as part of a report that would be read by a manager to make the the business change agreement. The manager only needs to approve the record in the marketplace to action the change in reality. Which is the placing of bins outside stores while the store is open.

This system would create lots of jobs too.

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chronological

ago @ Who pays for your human rights?

People may agree to basic human needs, but what ensures that they are met, are the creative social processes. You may say that there's a right to association, as per article 11, but unless information technologies are developed that enable people to get together, it cannot be "paid for". Those "social creative processes" gradually and incrementally ensure the capabilities that are needed to "pay for" human rights.

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Mindey

ago @ Togetherism for Survival

Communionism means that you get rewarded for what you add to the collective by everyone else as you are in communion with everyone else. If you add little, you get little back.

The business world is a nasty place. Everything boils down to money and selfish self interest. There's very little cooperation except with suppliers.

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chronological

ago @ Can A* be used to generate algorithm sourcecode?

We can scan the output structure and generate facts of each relationship of data.

We can compare where the data moved through based on a path traversal of source data to destination data. Generate a patch.

This has a pointer to this object to this piece of data.

Input data

Node1 is root

Node1 children node2

Node1 children node3

Example 1

Insert a node node4

Desired Output data

Node1 is root

Node1 children node2

Node1 children node3

Node1 children node4

Patch

Node4 inserted into node1 children

Why node1? Theorise.

Node1 is root

Run operators against node1, node4

Len(node1.children) <= Maxsize

Example 2

Node split - insert node5

Input data

Root node is node1

Node1 children node2

Node1 children node3

Node1 children node4

Desired target data

Root node is node3

Node3 children node1

Node3 children node2

Node3 children node4

Node4 children node5

This represents a node split as each node can only have 3 items inside it.

How do we learn the rule that a node can only have 3 nodes?

Insert a constant into the system of facts

MaxSize is 3 Insert operators in system Len(node.children) MaxSize == Equal to

= Greater than or equal to <= Less than or equal to Greater than < Less than

Run every permutation of each operator to decide to do patch command steps.

Patch instructions Node1 is no longer root node Node3 is root node Node2 children is node1 Remove node4 from node1 Why was node4 removed from node1 Why was node4 added to node3

Theorise. What fact was true. Compare node1 properties to node4 Eventually.... Len(node1.children) == MaxSize Add node4 to node3 Why? Theorise. What fact is true Node4 >= Node3 true Does >= hold for all examples? Or is it more complicated Twist operation. One goes down, one goes up and going down joins one going down. Root = A Node1 is A New root = B

Twist operation is - Root = B B.children = A

And see where the data moves. We need to generate the steps that deterministically creates the same structure with the same data in the right places.

There shall be patterns. So there is usually a property in the object that is compared against to do a btree split.

So there is at most one field or a comparison that determines the destination of the object in the btree.

I thought we can randomly generate condition statements for each input object.

Walk the patch and insert condition objects.

It's a graph transformation problem

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chronological

ago @ Can A* be used to generate algorithm sourcecode?

I had a thought. If you imagine the output generated code as a superset then every line of code is part of a subset of the output code.

So you need some way of generating subsets of the output set.

Each set is an ordered set of instructions that generate the answer. I want to avoid brute force search, every attempt of generating a line of code should get nearer to the output.

I think we have to provide heuristics of approximately what the code should do.

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chronological

ago @ Failure due to not enough critical mass

I'm using a hyperlocal chat room called Jodel but it's got bad things on it for my local area.

It's like a Twitter for a small geographic area.

I feel it shall fail if it doesn't get enough customers. And a different group of people shall try the local social network idea for the 2nd time and it won't work as it doesn't get enough users. Those developers time would hast been better used elsewhere.

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chronological

ago @ Failure due to not enough critical mass

If marketing is good and accurate and reliable and true it is not evil.

I don't think advertising is evil either. I would love to try new products and services but advertising is the wrong approach.

I feel we have an information problem in society. The right people are not hearing the answers. If I was an IT manager I would be interested in certain products of businesses but unless I actively search for them or marketed to I won't know what I want.

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chronological

ago @ Failure due to not enough critical mass

Yeah, well, marketing, this necessary evil? Then, next Q will be: "How to market properly?"

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Mindey

ago @ Geographic wants and needs app

// I want so many different things. But I don't know which to commit to and which to work towards.

Well, have a few projects to diversify your time. My grandfather says -- active rest is changing one type of work with another. For example, relax from software world by thinking of hardware world, and relax from hardware work doing software work... Then, balance your time between those few favorite projects. :) Sure, the choice of projects should also have a good risk profile, so that it would motivate you to continue working on it for longer time. It's actually quite hard to find such projects, when there's many new ideas appearing all the time, so,... got to be able to identify what's most worthy of your time.

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Mindey

ago @ Geographic wants and needs app

I agree. We need that too.

I want so many different things. But I don't know which to commit to and which to work towards.

I also want it to be less dangerous to start a business or start trying to enter a market. There is infinite number of markets available but they are all dangerous to enter. It needs to be safe.

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chronological

ago @ Geographic wants and needs app

Instead of showing what we want by buying, show what we want through collaborative data/market research?

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Mindey

ago @ Commit to buy & crowdfunding

// Yes exactly like Groupon with mfg.com.

This idea really makes sense. [+] And, combining with open source hardware, we could probably have hardware approach the software, in the degree of people's ability to get involved into designing it -- best designs get many "Groupon" participants -- so, they get mass-ordered.

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Mindey

ago @ Commit to buy & crowdfunding

Yes exactly like Groupon with mfg.com.

Commit to buy is worth billions - it's like Kickstarter in reverse but with escrow. I posted Kickstarter in reverse on my ideas list.

You could monitor search terms that don't reveal many results on online search engines to create lots of money. If that data was not public that would be really valuable.

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chronological

ago @ Commit to buy & crowdfunding

You think alike. Yes, in fact, mfg.com works a bit like that -- think of it like "UpWork" for suppliers -- you upload your part designs, and it automatically lists all the parts of your hardware assembly for suppliers to bid, for manufacturing them. Now, sure, you have to have your specification of what you want. A "specification" is actually a set of "target conditions" or "goal conditions" for your products (in hardware, a bit like tests in test-driven software development), specifying your desire. Then, you just pay and they deliver those parts to you.

I think I had a similar thought, when I thought -- hey, I should be able to get a search engine generate things I search for, if they don't yet exist.

// I propose a platform where you say what you want and how much you're willing to pay for it and it can be crowdfunded with others who want the same.

Like mfg.com combined with "Groupon"?

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Mindey

ago @ Grounded Stream . com

I've used this app for podcast and it's easy to use. https://www.headliner.app/

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transiency

ago @ Document database backed by keyvalue storage

Great you starting a project, [chronological]! Very interesting. I'll have a deep dive into your thoughts of implementation and code. Perhaps we can also invite here people interested or working on related technology.

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Mindey

ago @ o2oo Feature Requests

I suggest the home page having a section called random above problems/puzzles

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chronological

ago @ Work aggregation and work pattern matching

I posted this idea to halfbakery

https://www.halfbakery.com/idea/High_20level_20intellectual_20task_20pattern_20matching_20and_20aggregation#1652313936

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chronological

ago @ Document based databases

Your idea of synchronizing a SQL database with a document store is similar to my thought of synchronizing a SQL database with dyanamodb which is a fast keyvalue store.

I want the best of NoSQL performance but the power of SQL joins.

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chronological

ago @ Document based databases

I've designed a keyspace for JSON that is fast to decode back into JSON and is fast to scan in a RocksDB keyvalue database range scan.

This lets us do a regular hash join as a relational database does.

This JSONs { "name": "Samuel Squire",

"job": {

"currentJob": {"company": {"employeeCount": 2500}}

}

}

{"_id": "1",

"name": "Samuel Squire",

"hobbies": [

{"name": "God"}, {"name": "databases"}, {"name":"multicomputer systems"}

] } Is turned into at least the following keyvalue objects

0.0 = "Samuel Squire"

0.1.0.0.0 = "2500"

0.0 = "Samuel Squire"

0.1.0.0 = "God" 0.1.1.0 = "databases" 0.1.2.0 = "multicomputer systems"

Essentially form a flat structure of the document with keys.

"type people": "object",

"type people.*": "list",

"type people.*.0": "string",

"type people.*.1": "list",

"type people..1..0": "string",

"type people..1.": "object",

"type people.*.2": "object",

"type people.*.2.0": "object",

"type people.*.2.0.0": "object",

"type people.*.2.0.0.0": "number",

"field people.*": "LIST",

"field people..1.": "LIST",

"field people.*.0": "name",

"field people.*.1": "hobbies",

"field people..1..0": "name",

"field people.*.2": "job",

"field people.*.2.0": "currentJob",

"field people.*.2.0.0": "company",

"field people.*.2.0.0.0": "employeeCount",

"field people": "people",

"field people.*": "LIST",

"field people.*.3": "words",

"field people..3.": "LIST",

"field people..3..*":"LIST",

"field people..3...": "LIST",

"type people.*.3": "list",

"type people..3.": "list",

"type people..3..*": "list",

"type people..3...": "list",

"type people..3....*": "number"

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chronological

ago @ Document based databases

The keyword is "efficient". Efficiency is inversely proportional to computational complexity, and so, I assume, you look for new algorithms for joins with unstructured data.

First, the problem is already solved in SQL databases, right? Why not to take a look at the implementation, and take it from there?

Let's say we have raw data as records of JSON (or dictionaries, hashmaps). What you're concerned about then is efficient querying, which is a subject of indexing (query-optimizing, or query algorithms). We routinely index SQL databases into ElasticSearch, because SQL databases are not good or not flexible enough in text search in other ways that users care about: we use another data system, that is good at it, and keep a copy of data in there. Not very space-saving, but works. We could do the same with NoSQL -- if you need join-like queries -- just "index" data into SQL databases, by specialized processes, that interprets and migrates SQL database on the fly, working as a complementary job in concert with the NoSQL, always looking for new fields, and creating those fields in the complementary SQL database. Sure, using many databases at once is not an elegant solution, so I agree, that we need improvement of document based databases. After all, schemas are not non-existent, every record implies a schema some sort, and when sufficiently many records share certain fields, it may justify creation of new SQL field or foreign key. Think of it like a brain that realizes new "laws of physics" when one sees sufficiently many examples of a specific type...

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Mindey

ago @ Money packages

// "people that bought this also bought this."

Amazon recommends generally based on collaborative filtering.

// buy these for £a+b+c

Perhaps that's just k-means-like clustering.

There are many more complex methods, but those do not do true intent inference: those are associations based on trends, not understanding true intent of user.

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Mindey

ago @ Money packages

The reason I want this is that I want to do this for salaries.

Imagine registering for a company that does economy of scale to provide services to you. So you allocate 100% of your salary to them and they allocate you food, transport and shelter.

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chronological

ago @ Money packages

Yes recommendation systems could be used to calculate what other people have and could use reviews for feedback.

Amazon has a section on a product page that says "people that bought this also bought this." And then it says buy these for £a+b+c. I'm not sure if it lets you buy it for cheaper but I've never bought one of them. I saw it for my book I bought recently..there was another book that people bought with my book.

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chronological

ago @ Money packages

Like an extrapolating recommender based on your current trend and the money threshold?

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Mindey

ago @ Money packages

Mindey I want that for walking and public transport usage.

For example, I want to see how far I can get within 10-20 minutes. There may be shops near bus stations or train stations I don't know of.

But yes the number of items you can purchase for a set amount of money is interesting computationally. I think it's a variation of the calculating coins to use to give change or to bin pack items in a crate or shipping package.

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chronological

ago @ Money packages

Would this be like Google maps, where you could get a list of all locations that you can travel to with a given amount of fuel? (i.e., you enter the amount of fuel, and it shows all the roads that could possibly be taken from a location X) We could do that kind of map with money too: filter of product combinations (possible baskets), but combinatorially that would be explosive -- it is already explosive even with simple maps and fuel, because every forking on the road leads to new possible travel combination. You have to constrain your query to, say, -- what's the furthest you could go with given amount of fuel / money.

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Mindey

ago @ Document based databases

How to build a document based database that supports Joins?

A common weakness of document databases is that they often do not support efficient joins. They represent document records as an opaque blob.

I created the attached project to talk of how I plan to implement document based storage using keyvalue storage as the backend. Each key of the document is a separate key and they are arranged so that range scans are efficient so that hash joins can take place efficiently.

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chronological

ago @ Non fungible numbers

Well, you can find or come up with many rings of numbers, that are non-commutative, either under multiplication, or addition, or both. And, why just multiplication and addition? We have lots of operators. Ring of matrices are non-commutative under multiplication, etc.

So, I guess this is not a new thing, except for naming. Why use the word "fungible" for "commutative"? In reality, it's how you define the equality sign "=", in bitcoin, 1 BTC should not be equal to another 1 BTC under computational complexity or energy needed to mine it (or each constituent block making up that 1 BTC), but the "equality" defined by bitcoin code artificially makes them be "equal". In fact, at the base reality, perhaps nothing is really identical, and equalities get constructed as process loops (i.e., programs, that reverse other programs, forming state loops, or equivalence classes under operations).

I mean, processes are often non-commutative, so you have to deal with them by searching paths in state spaces (let's say a state space of a machine or cloud infrastructure can not always be reversible by the same operation but different operations or operators applied to them (=programs) need to be applied to reach the same state backward vs forward) to go and come back to the original state.

Apart from natural occurrences, you can also set the meaning of addition by choosing ring properties axiomatically. For example, if we define "addition" as adding up numerals, rather than numbers, we get that multiplication and addition are not commutative:

4 + 3 = "43", which is not the same as 3 + 4 = "34"

4 * 3 = "3333", which is not equal 3 * 4 = "444"

Ultimately, numbers are tools of computation, and tools are pragmatic in nature -- I'd say yes -- go forward, define new number systems, where it is convenient.

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Mindey

ago @ A Numeric Code to Refer to Goals and Ideas, etc.

I was wrong of the logarithm being used for ranges between atom subshells..not sure why I thought that.

The distribution of atomic numbers is interesting too.

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chronological

ago @ Work aggregation and work pattern matching

Some work and some aggregations -

Someone needs to change their address as they are moving out to a new location.

There are thousands of people that this is true for every day.

These could all be changed in one transaction.

Someone receives a list of those addresses that are changing and approves the change.

Someone needs an internet connection or a product. There is two numbers that need to be compared. The range of prices in the market £23-37 and the customers budget £30. Then a maximisation or minimisation process which is a customer preference for matching to a supplier.

When someone is doing information work with spreadsheets and web browsing and data entry there needs to be a detection of a pattern. Such as detecting the iterating through a spreadsheet. Or iterating down a list of items on a web page list. This is like macro recording in IDEs, vim and notepad++.

If you can detect the pattern of work and match it to other users you could automate it. And detect similar work by other people.

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chronological

ago @ A Numeric Code to Refer to Goals and Ideas, etc.

Maybe the numbers of nucleons within atoms are associated with integer sequences - who knows? That said, numbers can be namespaced, just like variables in OOP programming languages, and it is already being widely used in various domains.

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Mindey

ago @ RIDDLE BY ME:

inter-facial statial: the coordinates to touch base with your Gee in the Metaverse?

NUE-REALITEE-STATIAL

its not "state" anymore, its "statial" lol

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Bassxn2

ago @ Grounded Stream . com

All the above can be summarised in one quote: coincidentally enough first I heard was from @Mindey: and that was:

"everything is a LIST!!!"

can't be truer. and the Target is:

building GS LIST-TREE..

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Bassxn2

ago @ A Numeric Code to Refer to Goals and Ideas, etc.

Atomic numbers define the properties of atoms. So numbers are identities.

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chronological


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