[tpm] Damian Conway in Toronto tomorrow (Wednesday) to present one of his high-end IT showsmanship talks!
abuzarchaudhary at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 16 10:54:11 PDT 2008
Thank you Fulko. I had imagined something similar. Should really look into this quantum stuff one of these days.
--- On Wed, 7/16/08, Fulko Hew <fulko.hew at gmail.com> wrote:
> From: Fulko Hew <fulko.hew at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [tpm] Damian Conway in Toronto tomorrow (Wednesday) to present one of his high-end IT showsmanship talks!
> To: abuzar at abuzar.com, "TPM" <tpm at to.pm.org>
> Cc: damian at conway.org
> Date: Wednesday, July 16, 2008, 11:47 AM
> On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 11:03 AM, Abuzar Chaudhary <
> abuzarchaudhary at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > --- On Tue, 7/15/08, Richard Dice
> <rdice at pobox.com> wrote:
> > > Subject: [tpm] Damian Conway in Toronto tomorrow
> (Wednesday) to present
> > one of his high-end IT showsmanship talks!
> > >
> > > *Temporally Quaquaversal Virtual Nanomachine
> Programming in
> > > Multiple Topologically Connected
> > > Parallel Timespaces... Made Easy*
> > >
> > Ok, so I'm trying to imagine what this talk could
> be about,
> ... snip ...
> When the title was announced I tried looking up the
> non-obvious words,
> like quaquaversal which was defined as 'turned in
> whatever way'.
> So putting all those re-definitions together...
> my interpretation would be:
> Temporarlly In the context of 'flowing
> Quaquaversal with observations from many
> how to...
> Virtual simulate (because they
> don't exist yet)...
> Nanomachine programming programming nano-machines...
> in that (could) exist in multiple
> topologically connected parallel universes
> (simultaneously working)...
> Quantum-Relatavistic that can inter-communicate (in
> zero time)...
> Parallel Timespaces in a time-asynchronous
> Made Easy* for mortals (ie. anyone other
> than Damian)
> Personally, _I_ think this is the 2nd volume of his
> quantum superposition talk. (was that the 'Mars
> bar' talk?).
> Especially when I consider what Richard was talking about
> addressing/working-with Intel and Perl based software
> support of the
> next generations of CPUs that require 'simple'
> parallel programming
> techniques to make effective use of them.
> Remember the motivation behind the 'quantum
> superposition' library
> was to make Perl programing easy on quantum computers...
> well these next gen chips with 10,000+ CPUs on them will
> look like a quantum computer, so we need to be able to deal
> with it.
> And this is how!
> Perl really is still on the fore-front.
> We just have to figure out how to convince the rest of the
> that Perl is there first... best... easiest...
> and 'where its at' !
> ... Or I'm wrong and the talk is really about
> aardvarks? ;-)
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