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2020-09-18 | Virus | Da Plans

First off, regarding cognition and my conclusion that I eventually will need to move to find people that will challenge me: I don't think there is much difference in the actual brains themselves, it is more about age. Youngsters are more flexible in thought. By the time most folks get to be 40+ years old, they have pretty much figured out how their world works and just want to trudge on through with what they know. That being said, I haven't figured out a good way to see if a large metropolitan area has subcultures that are interesting. My thought is that the bigger cities, on this coast at least, are embroiled in a kind of social battle that sucks all of their energy and time (plus, the day to day battle just to do normal things). I should probably try and find a subculture near Seattle. It might exist. Maybe in Auburn? That is a ways off with our social distancing (and Bobo).

Second, regarding the persistence of what I have done: one of the leading CDN/WAF services that I've used for many years, has teamed up with archive org to provide websites even if the source host is down. I have fifteen sites, now, that weave everything I've written so far, along with source code and tools. I just checked, and as of today all of them are permanently archived. The cool thing about this, is that I can continue to document how to use knowledge and models to iteratively work towards goals that are outside of the normal AI, and it will stay, regardless of what happens to me or my ability to maintain it. It would be enjoyable to actually meet people and be challenged, etc. (besides the big huge /dev/null I usually get). But, I can settle for persistence. Actually, I told Bobo about all of this four months ago or so, and he got it. He asked intelligent questions about it. He understood why it was important. The other person I know that truly gets it and is active is in her mid twenties. Sean, as always, is supportive, but she is not particularly interested in building models around knowledge. She mainly likes to read my writing.

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Articles tagged with sean on Mud Hut Club:

2021-01-11: Frozen Snake
2020-11-19: Wrapped Car
2020-09-15: 2nd Place Turn
2020-09-14: Needs Water
2020-08-01: A Tale of Dishwashers: A Decade of Musty Water
2020-06-07: First Week & Jalapeños
2020-06-01: Pee in a Bottle
2020-05-24: The Big Lie
2020-05-23: House Move

Articles tagged with sean on O.R.N.G.:

2019-02-19: Who'll Stop the Rain?
2019-02-14: Fish Sticks
2018-11-10: Interim Sun
2018-10-20: What is O.R.N.G.?
2018-10-13: Where Do We Stop?
2018-09-18: Mr. Lucky's
2018-07-21: Gathering Journal Items
2018-06-30: Basement Punish
2018-06-21: Cookie Crush
2018-06-16: Outraged Southern Grandma
2018-06-15: Best Two Beers
2018-06-09: Red Rope
2018-06-02: Kantors
2018-06-02: Two Layers Down
2018-05-12: Knee Bubble
2018-03-03: Her Smile
2017-11-19: face_words
2017-11-09: dragon_and_rose
2017-07-16: Knight and Maiden
2017-05-28: Interesting
2017-05-24: Luscious
2017-02-22: ignition switch
2016-11-28: Starting Overish
2016-02-28: three legged goat
2016-02-04: Sean's Dad's Grave
2015-08-06: Boxes of Beads
2015-07-23: Dental Gulag
2015-04-06: Big Ford and Torn Fences
2015-03-19: Sean's Arms
2015-03-18: hand-in-hand
2014-12-19: White Album Letter to Sean
2014-12-17: Back and Forth Emails
2009-10-19: Yay Pick Sweep!
1980-10-31: Musical Chairs
1979-10-13: The Beatles and the Annex

Articles tagged with sean on Agatha Codrust's Blog:

2019-11-27: Source of Anger
2019-10-30: Outside Bathroom
2019-10-03: Standing in the Way of Control
2019-09-20: Seattle at last