Le 11-févr.-07, à 18:50, Brent Meeker a écrit :
> Bruno Marchal wrote:
>> Personally I believe that the mailing list would be formidably
>> if we could use a simple pen for simple drawing. Just a pen. I mostly
>> reason with simple images. And this is even more true about the
>> topological target which can be seen as an intermediate step between
>> mind/matter and numbers.
> I concur, a simple graphic can be very helpful. Why not scan in a
> drawing and attach it as a jpeg. I often do that in physics
Well, first Wei Dai, the list master, has explicitly ask us, sometimes
ago, not to send attachment. Nevertheless, he has tolerated apparently
some sending of little attachment, I have already done. But 1) those
who have no mailer capable of understanding HTML did not get the
message, or when they got it, it was through many clicking. 2) the
drawing appears with the personal message of Google, making the
text+drawing less fluid. The idea of a pen is to be able to mix text
and little drawing quickly in bot writing/drawing and reading.
The one who will succeed in a standard commercializing of such an
emailer with JUST ONE pen (NOT a pen + a brush + color etc.) will be
rich. Thanks for crediting me with the idea, I will ask only 1% of the
Those drawings can be deformed with the condition that the deformation
concerves the topology (a vague circle should remain a vague circle,
not becoming a curved line with extremities).
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