Tuesday, 06 October 2015 15:12

An example for creative difference

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If you have some time, please watch the youtube clip (till the end) – everything in it is real and in my view shows well why creative difference cannot be repeated/copied... well the judge tried at the end .....

Jos teillä on vähän aikaa, katsokaa musiikkivideon (loppuun saakka) – kaikki siinä on todellista ja mielestäni on hyvää esimerkki miksi luova erilaisuus ei voi toistaa …siis tuomari yritti lopussa ….

Ако имате малко време, моля изгледайте клипът (до крайя) – всичко в него е истинско! Също вярвам че показаното е нагледен пример за твърдението, според което истински креативната разлиюност не може да бъде повторена ... е съдята опита накрая ...

P.S. If you take the "tombola" within the concept of the Quantum theory causation, you could even try to explain the seen, but still could you repeat it?

P.S.2 Also at the time the video was shot around Maradona were some of the best players at the time, talented and well paid and watching him closely, BUT even though they did better than the judge J no-one was closing the gap enough in order to reach/repeat him ...

P.S.3 Even though I was announced crazy in more than one EU states... and forced to quit at the same time, recently I’ve sent to Google the following question: “Dear Sirs, my name is Rosti (Rostislav Dinkov) and I want to ask you the following thing. I have a webpage (www.newfinns.com , hosted by Bluehost J), where I publish some articles with, as I might call it, some “vertical content” – for instance this one:

http://newfinns.com/index.php/comments/item/75-life ...:)

By “vertical content” I mean that within my writing I have hyperlinked information, often songs (usually from youtube) which are integrated by meaning into the content of my article (sometimes the desired hyperlinked song-content could be in the heading, other times within the text of the song...). Well I am not an IT specialist, but want to ask you the following:

- when you “index” some text for search purposes, do you go vertically into the content of the hyperlinked information or you index only the “front” word, I mean that under the hyperlink could also be desired text...not always plain...?;

- is it technically possible to “index” the content of a song by voice-recognition software and use that for your search indexing in terms of the described by me “vertical content” or otherwise (with initial melody recognition and subsequent refer to the proper “lyrics-database”...?

P.S.3.1 I mean that in my belief a good search engine like You J, could approach a digital content both horizontally (=indexing the words/content of the front text) and vertically(=indexing within the hyperlinked information, including songs J...)!?” 

P.S.3.2 Even if Google or else, manages to index “vertical content” with voice recognition or otherwise, how would you measure the melody touch(=shared valueJ) of something like this? ...In my belief such measurement is not actually needed – for those who can feel it J it’s something like priceless...

P.S.4 When someone is really good at something, he or she J does not need to prove ...he/she shares/devotes... (ex. Newton, Descartes, Pascal, Gauss, Mozart, Maradona J... and so)...

Kind regards, Rosti ...

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