Wednesday, September 24, 2008

the Book


I finished the manual. The Book of Method. It has forty-four pages and a couple of "minimize peer to peer relationships in order to keep the number of iterative calculations under the max"-es. I shall call it: How to Engineer ANYTHING at all, no matter wether you Understand the Way it Works or not. The Wondrous Book of Mysteriously Adaptive Machine Models. Now I want to translate it, publish it in hardcover, sell it all over the world and get filthy stinking rich.

Maybe I should throw in a joke or two.

It does have lots of pictures.

5 comments:

Brownie said...

i think i would fall asleep trying to read it or comprehend it. i like the cover though - it's cool.

thyme said...

It isn't really difficult to understand. I was a bit shocked with the "iterative calculations" myself. Most of it are very simple principles, maybe that is why some people don't think of them. And out of 44 pages, 33 are mostly pictures and 2 is the index. It's more of a graphic novel, to be honest.

Pietro said...

Interesting post. I like to understand, although sometimes it's hard.

thyme said...

I like to understand the main principle of how things work. Fortunately that usually gets me where I need to be. To understand everything is difficult.

Anonymous said...

Sounds good - is it like autocad for dummies - I could use a book like that , Ray