Re: 15 fold path

Tom Whore (
Thu, 24 Jun 1999 22:00:21 -0700 (PDT)

On Thu, 24 Jun 1999, Jeff Bone wrote:

--]Uh... Tom... I realize you're a "ferriner of the mind" and speak a
--]different language from the rest of the folks on this list, but just for
--]the sake of semantic precision could I possibly prevail on you to define

Well lets break down the word


Sailors of infomration, to sail the sas of knowing, Ships ahoy and
Downloads away, Hosit port 80 open and prepare to board argggg.

TO back me up.....

Main Entry: nautical
Pronunciation: 'no-ti-k&l, 'n-
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin nauticus, from Greek nautikos, from nautEs sailor, from
naus ship -- more at NAVE
Date: 1552
: of, relating to, or associated with seamen, navigation, or ships

Info short for
Main Entry: information
Pronunciation: "in-f&r-'mA-sh&n
Function: noun
Date: 14th century
1 : the communication or reception of knowledge or intelligence
2 a (1) : knowledge obtained from investigation, study, or instruction (2)
: INTELLIGENCE, NEWS (3) : FACTS, DATA b : the attribute inherent in and
communicated by one of two or more alternative sequences or arrangements
of something (as nucleotides in DNA or binary digits in a computer
program) that produce specific effects c (1) : a signal or character (as
in a communication system or computer) representing data (2) : something
(as a message, experimental data, or a picture) which justifies change in
a construct (as a plan or theory) that represents physical or mental
experience or another construct d : a quantitative measure of the content
of information; specifically : a numerical quantity that measures the
uncertainty in the outcome of an experiment to be performed
3 : the act of informing against a person
4 : a formal accusation of a crime made by a prosecuting officer as
distinguished from an indictment presented by a grand jury
- informational /-shn&l, -sh&-n&l/ adjective
- informationally adverb

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