I’ve been quiet here lately. That’s what happens when a heavy workload blends into a long vacation.
To help myself get back in the swing of this blogging lark, I’m made today an “open source dump”. Basically, I went through all the stuff I hadn’t made publicly available before and added mirrors on github.
Most of this is incomplete, trivial, and most likely crap. Read on for links!
Nouns describe things: objects.
- The noun itself carries some description of the thing: “rabbit”
- That description can be extended through adjectives: “dark rabbit”
Nouns have a limited context. They give you a concept of a thing at a particular snapshot in time. Without more context, they are limited.
Think of full sentences:
- What does this mean? It doesn’t convey much information without more context.
- If you Google “car”, you get a lot of very broad results – but does it help you solve your problem?
- move car
- Full context, assuming a car can move. Grammatically limited, but gives a broader idea.
- You can Google “move car” and it gives very specific, contextually useful results.