jim.oflaherty.jr at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 12:24:45 PDT 2016
The td;lr I got from his "treatise" was "be cautious investing in mimicking
AlphaGo's success, or you will be electrocuted by some Jacob fella"
djhbrown's been doing pretty well recently staying related and relevant to
the subject area. This is the first time in awhile he's wandered this far
off into his kind of free association space again. I sense he's looking to
be useful and taking stabs at being so. Everyone desires to be respected
and admired. Some people want it a bit more aggressively than others, and
some even more especially as they enter the latter stages of life.
On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 2:12 PM, uurtamo . <uurtamo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Pamphlets <= treatises
> On Apr 20, 2016 11:17 AM, "David Ongaro" <david.ongaro at hamburg.de> wrote:
>> Some of "Dr. Browns" pamphlets remind me of Herman Hesse's Steppenwolf.
>> But Hesse's text was much more refined and enjoyable to read, so I think
>> "SPAM" is a fitting categorisation.
>> > On 20 Apr 2016, at 00:57, Michael Markefka <michael.markefka at gmail.com>
>> > Can I flag this as spam?
>> > On Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 11:23 PM, djhbrown . <djhbrown at gmail.com>
>> >> 6D out of the blue is no mean achievement,... 60+ years ago, the
>> >> market for gizmos in UK was flooded with cheap Japanese copies of
>> >> European products; but whilst innovation and product quality
>> >> improvement by European manufacturers faded as their fat cat owners
>> >> complacently went cocacola-soaked soft, Japanese industry, unlike its
>> >> USA counterpart, was listening attentively to the wise words of
>> >> W.Edwards Deming (eg [1,2]) and beginning to improve the reliability,
>> >> efficiency and efficacy of its products, and by about 30 years ago,
>> >> Japanese engineering was the equal or better of even German
>> >> technology.
>> >> Korean, Formosan and Hong Kong e-tigers followed hotfoot in Japan's
>> >> footsteps, and now the same thing is happening in China, so we can
>> >> expect to see a vast array of Shanghai-teenager-bedroom-produced
>> >> shanghaied miniclones of Alpha, most with unimaginative copycat names
>> >> like Beta, Eta, Theta, AIota etc, skulking around the corridors of the
>> >> Internet, all of which will at first be cheap imitations, but sowing
>> >> the seeds of in-house and inter-house R&D quality circles, so that
>> >> their own descendants will before very long become to Californian IT
>> >> as Japanese fuel-efficient reliable engines are to US unreliable
>> >> gas-guzzlers.
>> >> Watch out Google Cloud byte-guzzlers, teenage rebels with the lessons
>> >> of Deming in their notebooks, who have learned from history and from
>> >> the sterling modus operandi of Steve Jobs and Uncle Tom Cobley et al,
>> >> are on their way up your Jacob's ladder...
>> >> 1. Charles A. Barclay (1993) Quality Strategy and TQM Policies:
>> >> Empirical Evidence.
>> >> MIR: Management International Review Vol. 33, Strategic Quality
>> >> 2.
>> >>>> Anybody knows who is the author of BetaGo? It is playing with account
>> >>>> GoBeta on KGS, and is 6d.
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