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Blog

Found a very interesting blog today.

http://jonathan-oliver.blogspot.com/

There is DDDD stuff here, some conjecture, some good analysis, some complete horse shit! but a LOT of interesting discussion! It will take me a while to read through it all.

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4 Responses to Blog

  1. Greg says:

    Heh “horse shit” is just a statement. I actually liked most of what I saw. I didn’t get a chance to read all of them yet though but I bet there will be at least some, there always is :)

    p.s. there is some complete horse shit on this blog too, let me know when you see it :)

  2. Nope, it’s real. I don’t think Greg would give himself such as backhanded compliment. Along those lines: Greg, let me know where the horse crap is and I’ll clean it up.

    The reason that the posts start with “Greg said this or that” is because of the years of knowledge and experimentation that Greg has packaged into each video presentation. Uncovering the layers of understanding behind the simplest of statements can take a lot of discovery and processing and embodies the discovery of a wealth of knowledge.

  3. Bil Simser says:

    Are you sure this isn’t yourself writing in the third person? Almost every post starts off with Greg said, or In Greg’s video/presentation, or I was reading what Greg wrote.

    Good stuff here, lots of great content and a lot to pour through. An excellent DDD resource!

  4. Jonathan says:

    Let me know where the horse poop is and I’ll clean it up!

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