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A Book Meme

Normally you’re supposed to tag the next people to carry on the meme, but in Flash’s instance, she didn’t. So here goes anyway…

If the connection between devices A and B breaks, then the devices know about it immediately because there is two-way communication between them, and they have now lost contact with one another

It’s not exactly nitty, gritty fiction, or classical prose. More along the lines of simple ring topology in O’Reilly’s “Designing Large Scale LANs

The rules for this meme thing are :

* Grab the nearest book.
* Open it to page 56.
* Find the fifth sentence.
* Post the text of the sentence in your journal along with these instructions.
* Don’t dig for your favorite book, the cool book, or the intellectual one: pick the CLOSEST.

Other followers of this meme suggest several sentences from the book, and 5 nominees to go next. I’ll do the latter.

Ben Thorp
Mike Quin
Joel Rowbottom
Calum Morrell
Alex Holden

6 thoughts on “A Book Meme”

  1. Well I’m not going to post this on my blog given the nature of it being business related.. but I’ll hijack your site for it instead 😛

    Ok, page 56 of my closest book would be the one I was reading when I got your tweet (ignoring the fact you don’t follow me!) and … it’s a blank page. Next closest..

    “In those circumstances, the participants relied totally on retinal image size in their judgements of object size.”

    That would be from Principles of Cognitive Psychology by Michael W. Eysenck. There doesn’t seem much point in nominating people within your blog…

  2. I tried, but the nearest book to me is ‘INDIA the Showstopper’ by Kerry Argent, a story about a mouth-organ playing elephant that learns to rollerskate in order to save her circus career. It’s only got 32 pages.

    Perhaps it’s time to grow up.

  3. I don’t really keep a blog, so I’ll just reply here:

    Page 56 – damn, big table of numbers (Kenwood TH-F7E User Manual).
    Okay, try another book – ah, two books that are exactly the same distance from me! A dilemma…

    “God knows most of ’em could do with some education, considering the drivel that’s served up to them as entertainment”. (George MacDonald Fraser – “McAusan in the Rough”)

  4. Finally, the bytes are mixed in groups of four using a linear mixing function. (Bruce Schneier – Practical Cryptography)

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