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Adam Hogan put together a deeply insightful visualization of my connecting the dots post.
I knew I’d been underestimating tigers in my ongoing bid to be NYT published.
What a funny man you are.
Michael Jordon and/or the Bulls should be in there somewhere.
Pretty funny stuff!
Gotta love the “Tigers.” part…
It could also be said that the first tools that allowed to “download a lot of music” were a key part on all this. And the tigers.
Eventually everything comes back to tigers.
People used to “download a lot of music” by sharing maps via the original warcraft game. You could embed music in the map and share it over tcp/ip. At least that was the theory.
I can’t find a reference to it online since there is so much about WoW when searching for warcraft. It may have been warcraft II
That’s what I’ve been telling people all the time: Beware the Tiger!!!
LOL…so it all goes back to Pax Romana and the Appian Way…after dirt and fire.
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