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Hi This ids Airman new to this forum. I need help at times on problems I create for myself and some I don't. I still don't know how to post my problems to this site, I do have a few questions . Well Hello to all...
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sry csc, I just took a course on AI and studied it in a lot detail. my statement "rightly, they have not been programmed to do so" clearly reflects that it IS possible, and infact I know its pretty easy to do, which makes your comment rather redundant :p
Hi, I'm The Soundman. You may have seen me in such posts as "Philosophies on Theology?" and "The Word Association Game".
Today I'm here to tell you a little about me, and what I'm doing to make the world a better place... Oh, wait a second... (papers rustling in the background) Sorry, wrong speech.
Yes today I'm here to tell you a bit about how I'm going to eventually take over the world using several boxes of rubber bands, toothpicks and an avatar that looks like a small white mouse with a disproportionately large head.
Seriously. I just a semi avarage - abnormal Canadian with interests in home audio, video, and computers (when the damned things work), and a perculiar sense of humor which I'm not afraid to use to my (dis) advantage!
I also have a serious background in things like classical and post modern music, (everything from Peter Frampton to Dave Matthews) and anamation and science fiction (I spent a great deal of money aquiring the dvd box sets of the early transformers animated series)
I have dabbled in a fair bit, and I don't claim to know everything, (hey if I did know everything it would take the fun out of this place.) but as David Wilcox put it "I know a little." I also have to say I'm glad I ran accross the place. And the picture on the cover certianly makes the place look interesting. (ducks head just in case of random slap.)
Yep I know haha not yet but I am doing some hardcore batch programming. So far I am designing this program like a RISK process where the batch file runs a set of commands once it is finished it kills it's self and another batch file pickups the slack. That way it never crashes. I been playing with a lot of stuff at work learning a little bit of SQl/Oracle so databases kinda of getting the hold down on there power and what they can do.
But for the programming side I am learning slowly and I think maybe this year I will pick up the basics of it. But right now I dont know jack about programming in general expect cool little batch scrpits that page my pager then something is up. Those are my two cents I will be back talking more about programming this coming up week.
Whoops keep forgeting to do this. Well I'm Redshift I found this forum through Dani's post on another forum. I live in Ireland where I work for the national Telco in my spare time I play around with computers and networking and such I also recently started a website and bulletin board for a voluntary organisation of which i'm a long time member. Thats about it i'm glad to be here it's really a great forum.