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Unread 03-30-2009, 03:41 AM
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Unread 03-30-2009, 06:50 AM
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Another great article!
Learnt alot and backed up understanding of the 5 x 5 which i've modified abit.
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would have appreciated if the article included examples of more advanced implementations, such as the texas method. if it makes the article too long, a follow-up would have been a great idea.
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would have appreciated if the article included examples of more advanced implementations, such as the texas method. if it makes the article too long, a follow-up would have been a great idea.
Or you could buy Practical Programming. Or do a google search.
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wow, is that really the kind of logic you wanna be held responsible of?
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wow, is that really the kind of logic you wanna be held responsible of?
I'm sorry, what?

You mean my logic of pointing you in two other, easily attainable directions for more detail? Rather than relying on Lyle to spoon feed everything?

He's not the only person who has ever heard of these things. Obviously you've heard of it, since you brought it up. So why not do some research on your own?
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i guess he wrote the article in order to get more visitors to his site and ultimately sell more books. an article which also covered advanced implementations would have been more interesting to a bigger scale of people. using your logic however, people can get the information other places which make it unnecessary to cover it.
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i guess he wrote the article in order to get more visitors to his site and ultimately sell more books. an article which also covered advanced implementations would have been more interesting to a bigger scale of people. using your logic however, people can get the information other places which make it unnecessary to cover it.
LYLE I AM V. ANGRY AT YOU BECAUSE YOU ARE NOT MILKING ME FOR EVERY PENNY

americans are weird

also practical programming is a fascinating read
(by an american. a weird one. with a commie scare.)
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i guess he wrote the article in order to get more visitors to his site and ultimately sell more books. an article which also covered advanced implementations would have been more interesting to a bigger scale of people. using your logic however, people can get the information other places which make it unnecessary to cover it.
Right, I'm sure there are thousands of people who didn't read the article because it ONLY mentioned the 4 most widely used variations of 5x5, it didn't mention advanced progressions that would be applicable to a much smaller group of people.

Oh wait, for anyone to learn that it didn't mention those techniques, it means they would've had to read the article.

So what, a person is gonna get pissed that ALL THE FREE INFO, by far more than any other site, just isn't enough, so they're gonna punish Lyle by not buying a book?
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So what, a person is gonna get pissed that ALL THE FREE INFO, by far more than any other site, just isn't enough, so they're gonna punish Lyle by not buying a book?
no, i just think that if the article contained more advanced stuff, it would appear more of a resource which people would forward to friends and post on other forums... as for today, i don't think that is the case. if you disagree with my conclusion, fine, but i don't care to discuss this any further.
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