an eye for the mundane
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if you’ve never opened up a computer you’ll be surprised to learn that they get all their knowledge and information by reading newspapers like the daily telegraph.  when you surf the web the computer is actually creating the pages for you based on it’s own experience.

funkypancake only exists in the mind of your computer.  fact.

3 Responses to how computers know things

  • I’ve been working on a project at the Telegraph for much of the last year.
    The clever thing is there, the computers have 24/7 access to the Telegraph, so they just kind of program themselves!

  • i always wondered–and now i know. thank you.

  • wow darren. looks like you tapped in to some of the source computers. you need to be careful around them as their power is unlimited.

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