> One of my favorite sites has an inteview with
> Yale computer scientist David Gelernter, Unabomber
> victim, and the grand problem theorizer of 'will computers
> ever be able to recognize beauty'. One of my long
> term theories I've personally been working on is that
> great (lasting?) art embodies the informal description
> of concepts that later are formalized into science.
Mac's have had this for a long time. Every wonder why Mac's are used by
graphics/advertising/Hollywood? Go to a ad agency and look at the people
using them. Play close attention to the chicks in the graphics dept. Mac's
simply quit working when ugly people sit in front of them. It's a little
known fact but Steve built it into the original 512K ROMS. What do you
think took all the extra memory from 128?