Formal Services for Formal Systems
"A Formal Introduction"
|The Laws of Form
provide the mathematical foundations for
The Paradigm of Form and Substance.
View a formal proof that three "exclusive-or" operations will
exchange the values between two memory cells,
using techniques from the Calculus of Indications.
Revisit The Golden Rule of Old as The Axiom of Crossing in the
Form and Substance of Cyber-Politics.
Finally, an excellent meditative essay clarifies the
"true, false, and proto" Forms of Science
and references our work here at Formal Formulations.
|Java Page - links and stuff all
SensiView - a true Interactive Java Application
for the observation, evaluation, and rendering
of digital information collected from sensors.
Our Common Object Request Broker Architecture
Preservation Resource Group - HiTech forms of sensings.
Access Counters - for Infinite Data Source clients.
www.Tufty.com - Growing a family tree, on the Web.
The Formal Page - mystic ramblings by a mathematician.
The PSI Mall - CyberSurveys, Politics, and quality goods of many kinds.
Northern Auto Parts - Well managed and responsive - the way it should be!
Alfred Bakeware - Modern ceramic bakeware for the kitchen.
"The Race" for President 1996 - Our CyberSurvey of 2500 visitors.
Sri Lanka Survey Project - The Sri Lanka political system meets the Web.
Infomation Warfare 96 - Past conference announcements and links.
There is a strong
the impact of Guttenberg's movable text on paper, and
the impact of hypertext on the InterNet.
With Java and for browsing,
we must recall The History of Zero for an :
( Previous Language Systems ) is to the
( Java )
The ( Roman Numerals ) is to the ( Arabic Digits ).
The Communications Decency Act
"On the Internet, every single user is a publisher
with the capacity to reach millions of people.
As a result, all of us have a stake
in the outcome of this case."
|"And if my thought-dream could be seen
They'd probably put my head in a guillotine
But it's alright, Ma, it's life, and life only."
---Robert Zimmerman, It's Alright, Ma (1965)
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