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the new game...

everybody's playing it! Ok, just me and B so far, but still...

Quantum Tic-Tac-Toe.

It's wacky fun for everyone!

Mmm... Karaoke tonight. Should be somethin'.

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katybeth
Feb. 19th, 2004 03:24 pm (UTC)
The rules look interesting, but:

We're sorry, your browser is not able to run the Quantum Tic-Tac-Toe applet!
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I *thought* I had java enabled...
forgotten_aria
Feb. 19th, 2004 03:38 pm (UTC)
Re:
I know I have java enabled and it doesn't work for me.
forgotten_aria
Feb. 19th, 2004 03:36 pm (UTC)
Cat want karaoke!
totient
Feb. 19th, 2004 08:56 pm (UTC)
ok, that is Really Fucking Cool.
alliayha
Mar. 8th, 2004 09:00 am (UTC)
Hi, my name is Leslie Goff, and my father is the gentleman who invented that game. He (who does not have an LJ account) found your LJ, and promplty asked me to look for it as i am LJ savey! So here i am, i think he tried to leave a comment to you before, but was unable to do so. So, here i go...

What is your overal impression of the game?
Did you happen to read the reasoning behind and the practicle application to the use of this game; ie helping to describe quantum physics?
what would you recomend us do to help market it more?
Any other pieces of advice you would like to give!!

thank you for your time!
and you can just respond here and i will get it!!

~Leslie
thomb
Mar. 10th, 2004 03:14 pm (UTC)
I wanted to play, but I wanted to play against the computer. I thought geez, everybody should know how to write a program to play the game; when the author gets around that, I'll come back.

Let me know when the program's finished...
binkbink
Mar. 9th, 2004 02:23 pm (UTC)
It worked for me . . . well sort of. The applet loaded, and when I clicked, Xs and Os appeared (in properly subscripted pairs and changing color when appropriate quantum conditions were met) but the action seemed completely decoupled from my mouse clicks. In some cases I could click all over everywhere and nothing would happen, then one would just pop up in a square I clicked again even though I had clicked it before without response. Sometimes double clicks worked, and sometimes they made things go away, and other times a single click established a presence.

The karaoke is more likely to provide a sense of cause an effect.
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