The one? Which one?
I was reading about a mathematician last week. Well, he got on a dating site and being mathematical, he figured out how to circumvent the algorithm to get a priority listing with females.
And he did, in fact, the interesting part of this is when girls put their answers, he came up with a 100% compatibility analysis match.
So, by the time he met these girls, and he would meet two per day, the girls, since they had never got a 100% match before, were convinced he was the one. And then he would tell the lady their meeting was part of a math experiment, and go off to meet the next one.
Very scientific, no?
Maybe there is a lesson there too, if two people enter a relationship with equal conviction…
An Artists impression of “The One”
Whats interesting is because there was an expectation on him, that he was “The One”, it didn’t matter that he slept in his office, what he said to these girls or what he looked liked, in their mind, he was “The one” and this was a game changer.
Its strange when people understand how a system or something like the law works, you can make it work for you or somebody else, and make a business of it, lawyers, i’m talking to you!
If you learn the rules, you can break them, just ask any Jazz musician.
Do you get it?
What I am saying is because the girls had already made up their mind that he was the “The one”, because a machine told them, this was all they needed to be convinced that it was true, but in fact it wasn’t, after he got to date girl seventy something, and he told her the experiment and she understood it, because she was into maths too, and she was the right one for him, a happy ending?
Doctor doctor, i think i have Beber fever!!
Justin Beber fans are a bit technical, they hack his twitter algorithm, to put him on top, they are very good at it too, he gets 3% of all Twitter traffic, the mind boggles?
Of course you can hack most things, you just take something that is supposed to do one thing and maker it do another, one example would be Ikea hacks, in computer terms it is…
Hacking is the gaining of access(wanted or unwanted) to a computer and viewing, copying, or creating data(leaving a trace) without the intention of destroying data or maliciously harming the computer.
This represents the Good Guys most of the time for they are the ones who search for these exploits to prevent crackers use a method called cracking(opposite of hacking).
Hacking and hackers are commonly mistaken to be the bad guys most of the time. Crackers are the ones who screw things over as far as creating virus, cracks, spyware, and destroying data.
Are rules meant to be broken?
Mad Max hacked a few Ford Escorts, as you can see
Microsoft learned about it
My favorite example if the Xbox, Microsoft released hardware cheap, thinking that they could get the money back on the games, until people hacked it, took out the CD-ROM, put in a hard drive with a modified chip board, then people were able to copy the games and load them from the hard drive, thanks Microsoft!
Of course if your not into any of that, there are life hacks
Maybe if you change how you think about something, it changes for you, or as William Shakespeare once said…
Nothing is good or bad, but thinking makes it so
Be like me…
Feel free to let me know what you think…