Subject: MAX Digest - 20 Nov 1998 to 21 Nov 1998 (#1998-77)
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 1998 00:00:00 -0500
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  1. Another style of authorization problem

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Date:    Fri, 20 Nov 1998 21:12:38 -0800
From:    David Zicarelli 
Subject: Re: Another style of authorization problem

Bob Gluck  writes:

>I have a really small but annoying problem to address: I did a Max install
>on a Jaz drive. The drive was authorized, but when I went to deauthorize
>it, the authorizing application wouldn't acknowledge that there was an
>install. This was the final install left on my disk, so I'd love to find a
>way to retrieve it. Any ideas?

Assuming it's a 3.5.8 key disk, you can launch the copy of Max on
the Jaz drive while holding down the space bar. This is equivalent
to invoking the authorize application, and maybe it will notice
that Max is installed on the Jaz drive. If it's an earlier key
disk, I don't have a clue.

David Z.


Date:    Sat, 21 Nov 1998 07:07:34 -0600
From:    =cw4t7abs 

>Bomb is a visual-musical instrument. It uses alife, and is alife.

!=3D al!fe

`An ..... explanation can be found here`
=3D kuasz 4 s0ls0l

`An artistic and conceptual explanation can be found here`
\+\  `conceptual explanation`  =3D kuasz 4 s0ls0l

a-l!fe - `Since then it has been fleshed out and polished up`
=3D kuasz 4 s0ls0l

\+\ !n regardz 2

>Life, consciousness, and intelligence are an not accident.

consciousness, and intelligence  !=3D ecz!zt
hensz accident !=3D ecz!zt

>If you rewound the tape of history back before the cambrian and let it play
>again, the result would not
>contain anything anatomically like people.

plz zend tape +                     people !=3D metr

>But it's expected they eventually would have brains, and they would talk,
>and they would eventually have culture,
>just like we do.

people !=3D metr

>Similarly if you rewound further back.
>Organization is the rule, not the exception.

=3D 0 organ!zat!on =3D 0 rule =3D 0 exceptionz

>We are left with Fermi's paradox: where are the

aksez look!ng glasz \+\ ztare
[though - 1 ma! nvr arr!v at look!ng glasz]

>"Information is not knowledge, knowledge is not wisdom, wisdom is not
>truth, truth is not beauty, beauty is not love, love is not music. Music is
>the best."

!f(bezt()) {h!de.cccelf.rap!dl!&eff!c!entl!()};

\\ FZ =3D 1 addtl modl.c!t!zn rout!n

-> `and they would eventually have culture,
    just like we do`

"Det er typisk Gud at v=E6re god." (Jenny 6 =E5r)
"Gud kommer egentlig fra Gudhjem." (Lars Henrik 5 =E5r)
"Gud er en bl=F8d mand. Han er n=E6sten gennemsigtig." (Kate 6 =E5r)
"Det er Gud der ejer Solen. Han sl=E5r den fra om natten for at spare p=E5
str=F8mmen." (Nicole 5 =E5r)
"Guds mor hedder Gudmor. Hun er mor til alle hans b=F8rneb=F8rn: Moses,=
 Jesus og
Julemanden." (Henrik Andre 7 =E5r)
"At v=E6re engel er typisk kvindearbejde." (Anna 9 =E5r)
"Drenge ligner ikke engle. Ikke engang n=E5r de smiler." (Cornelia 7 =E5r)
"I Paradiset bruger de nogle gr=F8nne duske i stedet for underbukser."
(Therese 7 =E5r)

culture ztrngr dzen reazn ztrngr dzen l!fe
\\ end s!rkular!t!     \ \ !=3D ecz!zt


End of MAX Digest - 20 Nov 1998 to 21 Nov 1998 (#1998-77)