GridcosmLevel 2701 of 4696
Started on Sep 16, 2006.
Completed on Sep 18, 2006.
Grid poemNot knowing which way to go, we kicked it in reverse, for something like 2651 levels, twiddling after speaking with bob chit we is one. We is the king of crappy past antedotes via digging through the trash of history. Under specified conditions of temperment and style, the density of a design is defined as described above. However, the density of a thought can be different, depending on exactly how it is defined. Take cubism for example. If you gently fill a space with text, and divide the mass of text by the spatial volume you get a value termed marketability. If you took this same space and tapped on it repeatedly, allowing the text to settle and pack together, and then calculate the results, you get a value termed tapped or packed bulk density. Tapped bulk density is always greater than or equal to loose bulk density. In both types of bulk density, some of the volume is taken up by the spaces between the grains of text. And just look at that nose.
Getting aroundTo navigate, click the outer edges of the grid to zoom-out (up one level). Click the center of the grid to zoom-in (down one level). Would you prefer to jump to a random level? You might also enjoy the animated viewer, with which you can watch Gridcosm levels fly by. Disoriented? Read more about the Gridcosm collaborative art project.
AdministriviaThis is Gridcosm engine version 2.931.
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