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    2022

The Idea

logico-digital computing services and products
custom software apps and integration

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  Marketing to the

small business
workgroup
corporation
target market

With

Oracle Linux and Windows 10 integration services and interoperable products
software design and complete development lifecycle
duration, extensibility, integration, and reliability

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A table.  A chair.  A chair beside a table.  A chair on its side; a chair set upright.

A table.  A table has a surface.  If the table is upright, the surface is orthogonal to the direction (line, radius) of gravity.  The surface is flat, part of a plane.  What is a plane?  Two parallel, or two distinct intersecting, lines determine a plane; or it can be seen in other ways.  (See plane in Wikipedia).  Still, you might have to know what 'flat surface' is.  (What was the first 'flat' in human history?  The open hand?  Papyrus?  A bowl of water?  A table?  A triangle?  In the imagination?)  What is a line?  Is it definable?  What is 'infinitely far', and a segment or part of that?  Perhaps the table's top is 'a flat surface of finite extent.'

A chair beside a table.  "Off to one side.", so indicated.  There is 30 cm between the table's edge and the nearest edge of the chair.  What is an edge?  Can it be described mathematically, as a type of shape or form?

What does the mathematics or description or actuality represent?  What does a chair represent?  What does a table represent?  Is it this verb represent-ing, that is so represented, the table or chair represents, an ongoing?  Is it this unfolding represents and fact (and the universe is an unfolding catenation) that is the actuality?

What of Takuan Soho's Ten Qualities: Form, Nature, Embodiment, Power, Function, Latent Cause, External Cause, Latent Effect, Manifest Effect, the Total Inseparability of these.  (The Unfettered Mind by Takuan Soho translated by William Scott Wilson.)

What of Dogen's no-thing, nonobjectifiable, nonsubstantial grounds, and one's actual working-with and realization of the space as taught by the Buddha in The Lankavatara Sutra (translated by D. T. Suzuki).

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A single flower or branch, a single philosophical or religious statement, a single realization or experiential -- any of these can make a significant difference, offer insight, or a path.

There are the three times past, present, and future.  (This is an unfolding space.)  There are events and surfaces and points within these.  And wake-stated awareness; and transformative insight.  These are ever-unfolding, and the present moment.  There is something said or realized now that unfolds in the past; there is in the future the present moment.  There is the present moment of the present moment.

Then there is the non-discriminating mind and the nondual; and the universe is just like this.

The universe is an unfolding catenation.



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Zen-Minsky-KAS

I recommend p. 289 of The Emotion Machine, where Minsky has 2 diagrams, one titled "Symbolic Apple" and the other titled "Connectionist Apple."  Apply no-thing, and dimension, or dimensioned-Wittgenstein mind.  (See The Emotion Machine by Marvin Minsky.  See Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus by Ludwig Wittgenstein.)

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I can describe 1 bit represents as either a bit or a pin or an angle of a concept that points to or inits in mind and in fact an entire domain or a set of concepts or aspect or aspects of this real world. The real world is neither real nor unreal; and the real world has an aspect of maya to it. It is the actual world. This is Zen Buddhism. Also known as mind-only or representation-only.


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Logic - Zen



p then (temporal) q.  s[o].

hold s[o] before you as a float in mind.



This is the Diamond Sutra.



e.g.  (noticing) 30 cm tree bark-trunk p then (noticing, temporal) segment of tree branch (spatial) q

space

mind

concrete world, tree, rock, mountain, a ...



s[o]

transframe t (s[o])

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What one brings to computing

There's a certain view and function -- a type of perceptual and functional space, that in a way goes beyond perception and no perception -- that one can bring to computing and object-oriented programming -- and all of life.  In a video on YouTube from his 1997 OOPSLA talk, Alan Kay introduces the Japanese word 'ma' as meaning 'the space between'; Nagarjuna says that when we do not consider space as a subject, we do not realize its nature at all.  (Fundamental Wisdom Of The Middle Way by Nagarjuna translated by Nishijima.)

In object-oriented programming, is it the wake-statedness of the objects and their unfolding?  Without state and function, what would there be?  Is this reflective of the world, and are things in this way, too, so represented?  Is there pratityasamutpada -- dependent arising -- in this?

In The Lankavatara Sutra, the Buddha says that a fundamental function of the bodhisattva is to support all beings.

So these are some of the ideas for my nascent venture.





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Marketing

to the

small business
workgroup

focused on

custom apps
integration

Appeal in some to logico-digital thinking and style; and in others routine computing that is productive, reliable, extensible, and flexi-structure.

Object-oriented programming in Java and Smalltalk.

Oracle Linux and windows 10 integration services and interoperable products
Runtimes on Windows and Linux. Windows 10 and 11 and Oracle Linux.

software design and complete development lifecycle
duration, extensibility, integration, and reliability





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Technology

Technology is secondary to life, or can be integrated with it.  The point is to develop profound insight into life and its functional-experiential.  We as humans have done so since ancient times through to the modern.  Technology can be used to functional purposes, insight purposes, exploration purposes, archival purposes, and sharing purposes.

The digital computer is high-tech digital papyrus.  It also is a virtual space.

Some technology highlights for this venture, with this in mind.

The Initial Conceptual Idea

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Mathematics Notes And Journal


Mathematical Notes (Fudamentals And Illumination)

One might be interested in

Foundations Of Geometry And The Non-Euclidean Plane by George E. Martin
Foundations Of Complex Systems: Nonlinear Dynamics, Statistical Physics, Information, And Prediction by Gregiore Nicolis and Catherine Nicolis (World Scientific)
Vector Calculus by P. C. Matthews (Springer)

A Study Of Dogen: His Philosophy And Religion by Masao Abe
Shobogenzo by Dogen translated by Nishijima and Cross
The Heart Sutra; The Lankavatara Sutra; The Diamond Sutra; The Flower Ornament Scripture (The Avatamsaka Sutra)
Zen Buddhism In The Twentieth Century by Heinrich Dumoulin
The Gateless Barrier: Zen Comments On The Mumonkan by Zenkei Shibayama
Zen Training by Katsuki Sekida
Two Zen Classics by Katsuki Sekida
Introduction To Rinzai Zen

The Society Of Mind by Marvin Minsky
The Emotion Machine: Common Sense Thinking, Artificial Intelligence, And The Future Of The Human Mind by Marvin Minsky
The Visual Display Of Quantitative Information by Edward Tufte
Envisioning Information by Edward Tufte
Beautiful Evidence by Edward Tufte

There are many facets to things; and many resources.

Other significant

The Holy Qur'an translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali
The Tao Te Ching translated by Ursula K. Le Guin
The Tao Te Ching translated by James Legge
The Tao Te Ching translated by Addis and ...
The Unfettered Mind: Letters From A Zen Master To A Master Swordsman by Takuan Soho translated by William Scott Wilson
Basic Works Of Aristotle edited by McKeon
Categories and On Interpretation by Aristotle

Then there are ideas that these integrate with on corporate, group, and individual ethic and merit.




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Analysis And Review Of This Or That


NeXT MIT Talk 1992 Presentation And Analysis. 

Talk at MIT by Steve Jobs, CEO, NeXT.  Analysis is my own.




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