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Lyrois: Beating a Million Monkeys

Lyrois: Beating a Million Monkeys

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Published by Alexander Becker
See what we can learn from watching the monkeys doing their thing and how it relates to us doing our thing even better.
See what we can learn from watching the monkeys doing their thing and how it relates to us doing our thing even better.

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Published by: Alexander Becker on May 19, 2011
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BEATINGA
 
 Million Monkeys
*Guarantee:
 No images or drawings of neither monkeys nor typewriters.
A short exercise.
 
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The pictures in this book are romthe
not to con-ound with Bonobos, so, as guaran-teed, no monkeys…
 
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Beating A Million Monkeys
What a Million Monkeys
Can’t 
DoFighting the Arbitrary
A million monkeys on a million type-writers can do everything. But theycan’t do it twice. Repetition, repeat-ing a theme, counters the arbitrary.Creating restrictions, and repeating,treating the same subject over andover — arbitrary decreases, and themonkeys have no chance.
Welcometo the internet.
A Million?
In this short exercise, I’m looking atart rom the perspective o the
“The quest or meaningulcreation.” 
The question is one o quantityvs. quality. And it really is a ghto quality against quantity. That’swhat makes it so hard because amillion is a huge quantity. To get anearly advantge in the ght, the moreprecise question is, what
can’t 
a mil-lion monkeys do?

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