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Random Ordered Notes but sourced at the same geo-location at similar time:


#Mathew mentioned something about the last person in England who claimed he had all the books (who?) at least in English.
 -I do talk about the rise and fall of the all inclusive encyclopedia (Diderot...) but not precursors and then contemporary (?) to that idea which would be that.


#Mathew also mentioned some writer who wrote 647 books – who?, I thought I enumerated the 10 most prolific writers but I see I don't explicitely do it in a table form. The most prolific writers of books that actually sold are Ryoki Inoue who was the first author to officially write over 1000 books (overpassing Mary Faulkner, 904 books). Later I discovered that an indian guy called Rajesh Kumar has now published over 1500 Tami Pulp fiction novels. (about 5 a month is the production rhythm). These are a different class then Philip Parker who wrote programs to build books on demand from publically available economics and health documents, and who claims to have over 200 000 books you can buy on demand. For example care about the outlook for toilet seat export in Czech Republic for 2010-15?

# Maybe I should hire Matthew 6 minutes a week (I do in average 6 hours myself). Say the project revenue after sales stream is now $40 a month to reinvest in rewriting itself. Say that buys right now 1 hour in 6 minutes increments. That's 10 writers working on the book 6 minutes a month. What can someone like Matthew do in 10 weeks (10 weeks of 6 minutes)? 

(1-3): Order the book (look at the preview too on site, press "- " 2 x on viewer to see full pages) and answer the two above questions while waiting for shipment  3 weeks already passed. Week 4 and 5 assemble a logical paragraph for inclusion for both questions, if a question cannot be answered, the question may be resubmitted.
One of the 2 is obvious: create the top max book writen chart /table from text above.
Week 6-10, review-edit 5  paragraphs.The instructions are in the book.

I think next version (055) will additionally be sub-sub-titled something like from “From internet pages to book networks”.

# I brought a book to read along which is “Dreaming in Books” (Andrew Piper) that I discovered in an academic library - bistro in Montreal. The book ties very well the German Enlightment (Goethe), the rise of the romantics and the development of the commercial/industrial information industrtry of which the "author" became a part. 
- I mentioned I cut and paste all over anecdotes from an unknown author (defining himself as a compiler, William S. Walsh, 1892, the handy-book of literary curiosities) which helped structured my “scrapbook”, by allowing me to import a lot of case studies from the 17-1800's. Piper's book is useful to me as he covers a lot of the same epoch as Walsh while from basically just a different point-of-view then mine, mine being the digitization age.
The book actually helps me to tie in my understanding and classification ofwith that era ( romantics <–> the assertion that there is too many books to read ) (...) to Paul Otlet era, on that check - I imagine the guys in some “Mission to Mars 2” arriving on earth there and there seems at first to be no one living on earth anymore... Anyway that book is also useful as it covers many of the same areas from a totally different point of view.
- Nick actually said he did some reading about the Enlightment period

-- Andrian and Pierre driving through LA, it's a bit like the Numbers show. You should see them discuss intergenerational collaborative intelligence in an Irish pub.

# Valery mentioned some bookstores in LA. The quest is from Topanga to downtown LA stop at 1 bookstore. Big is good. Mathew suggests a technical book shop in Santa Monica. At some point I have to link that to geo mapping novels examples.
# Adrian noticed I looked at all the books at the store, for his info I was scanning to register an order of magnitude of the content so I can in a long train ride for example, imagine how many pages in the bookstore and what they are about. How many normalized to 8.5 x 11 pages is in that bookstore?
Of course I did not take any picture to help calculate that but some exists:
That should be helpful to approximate the spatial dimension so I can convert into a space where some amount of  book bricks of a single size is needed to cover the shelf and display area and then cumulate mentally the solid difference from the mental memory of the typical book size in a certain area.  (as a % so I can turn what is there into a Page Count - 500 or 1000 normal paper pages can be measured)
It gave me the thought that it would be nice to exhibit a virtual book collection as a museum store event. All the books I would want to be at the same place at the same time. Then I noticed this website.
(why this book will never be over to write, I should do a shelf of all the books discussed in this book)

#Then Nick showed me the “exhaustive” collection about “Violence” Laura bought him for his 40th birthday and I mentioned that (the publisher) was my favorite hypertext (a website that actually works as hypertext and gives you the feeling that it does not end) but it was offline now - well it's back.

#At post guitar recital Adrian was discussing a book which I gathered was a book by Alberto Mangual (one of my favorite author) and that he had pull his leg. I explained the context, how Mangual started his writing career as reader and writer for Borges then blind, and that the philosophy was that fact verification was not that important, and Nick talked of a similar fake oriental tale story Borges had writen about and had him looking for without success obviously, then I talked about Mangual living in an house in french country now with so many books that the house would fall if the book would go (over 30 000 as his personal collection). Later I also realized, he probably got me on that too...

# Nick also asked if I documented Ron Hubbard library in LA that has lights that open... I forgot that reference. Right now I only cover the vault under a mountain with the landing port for space crafts... and the archiving used (titanium steel  “prints”).
# The current new work in progress has made the single volume too big to print now by standard means and actually even if it could as a printed document it becomes not very ergonomic. So the next version will be in two volumes. I already mentioned the second volume has for now sub-title “How to direct an 80 years movie”. Connecting the other stream of conversation (other topic), one short story in it could be “How to put the whole country of India to work converting to stereo the project...” 
#Around the fire we discussed stereo3D and in the book we still show example of 3D text layouts, zooming interfaces, book library layouts, suspended smoke and lasers stereo book readers / projectors but more importantly pop-up books potentials with proper lenticular or holographic prints.

#ipad width in Tall side is 1024 and small one is 768 pixels at 132 dpi.  (a rational number - 5.81818181 wide). This seem to indicate as the device includes itself a small border that we will have no problem fitting the 2 columns format into a single one by select all and remove 2 columns.
Not there yet. Reformatting for different formats is hell with current software.


Pierre Jasmin - aug 21 2010


# Is this a get rich, intelligent and happy scam?  Keep the box packaging the book to later forward your annotated copy. Count $3 something for postal both side within US. $28+6+(8=2/10*40) is already 42. It really takes more then a 10 week workload to start making a profit. Maybe annoted books are rebought at half their retail cost, you have a resellable asset. You also in the process perhaps wrote some content (databased as a % of beads for each included in Logical Pages - small semi-autonomous chapters). Say there is 100 Pages in $10 of profit and you now share 0.05% of a Page . After only ten 6 minutes you already earn over 5 cents per month given one full sale a week rate if you stop then.  Over 10 years that's $6.00. Say you resold the used book for $14, then it's $42-20 = $22 of profit for the work. Your hourly rate has become $22 per hour (based on 500+ copies sold over 10 years ). 20 books a week (1000 a year) brings your royalties to $1 a month. After 10 years, that's $120.00 for that hour of work minus 2 + the price you got for reselling the book copy ... And there are eighty 6-minutes chunks in a work week and 400 10 weeks 6 minutes workload in a year .    The next 6 minutes-week might not require the same upfront investment (e.g $28+22 for that one).


:: In Movage Process from here ----------------------------------------------
What is the read-to-write ratio for maximum effective speed? 
For example 4 x 4 minutes per week workload for a 1000 words (min) L-Paragraphs Perform and Continue command.:
week one:  read it loud without stopping - write your time to read (fast will be 1 minute maybe, extra time allocated for accounting for unpredicted yet reasons)
week two and three:   read silently trying to understand the content
- stop to correct a typo if you see one to help your concentration...
week 4: add a few notes and learn intuitively to complete thought transcription before save is activated.
Submit: "Perform and Continue"

In a 24x60 minute world (1440 minutes / 1 week), 4 minutes is 1/15th of an hour (0.066666666666...) - 6.66% of your work week you spend doing that.
check this printing press: