i have understanding that in Germany if one is dumb or clumsy or unlucky one might be said to have done a Meier. anyone concur?
It is not in common use nowadays; it died out about the 18th century when the profession of a Meier (i.e. administrator of an estate) vanished and before that you really wanted to be one, if you didn't belong to the nobility.
That's tricky for the obvious selfish reasons ("protecting the idea"). So I guess that is what I forgot to mention. Is it anyhow possible to protect the idea before sharing it with the world.
What crossed my mind is to start an Indiegogo campaign, and then share it with multiple online communities, those that value freedom, education, net neutrality, etc. But would an even better idea be to create an actual company, bare-bones, with a proof of concept of the idea, and then proceed?
I've read bunch of stuff on the net about startups, angel investors, and whatnot, but it just led to more confusion
1 Tbsp. flour
1 Tbsp. butter
2 heaping Tbsp. grated horseradish
1/2 lump sugar
1/2 cup of cream
Have chops from rib cut rather thick. Pan broil for about 10 min. until nicely browned on both sides. Then put on top of each a heaping Tbsp. horseradish, cream, spread evenly with knife. Place a broiled mushroom cap on each chop. Place in hot oven for 2 min.
Horseradish Cream: Blend flour with butter. Do not brown at all, add paprika, sugar, salt a few drops onion juice, & a little beef broth. Cook 15 min. Then add cream & cook for 10 min. more, stirring to prevent lumping, add grated horseradish & cook 5 min. longer.
That's is what I guessed understand from the content you have sent. Good that you have confirmed. The content I put saying about "unlock-tongue" refer to the one from @Ayespy , on which I guess my interpretation would be applicable... or not... (laughs). I have considered the two themes, from you and from Ayespy, simultaneously, without establishing an ordinate explanation in what is from you and in what is from Ayespy. Perplexity may cause this. Pardon me.
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I start out with a simple SVG Q-curve first thing. Then follow it up with 6 SVG elements.
Youtube has info on Bezier curves using Barycentric equations.
<svg onload='go()' xmlns='http://www.w3.org/2000/svg' xmlns:xlink='http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink' >
<!-- Quad Path -->
<path d='M100,500 Q300,100 500,500' fill='none' stroke='green' stroke-width='3' />
<!-- Leg Lines -->
<line x1='100' y1='500' x2='300' y2='100' stroke='black' stroke-width='3' />
<line x1='300' y1='100' x2='500' y2='500' stroke='black' stroke-width='3' />
<!-- Red Line -->
<line id='L1' x1='500' y1='500' x2='300' y2='100' stroke='red' stroke-width='2' />
<!-- Yellow and Blue Circles -->
<circle id='C1' cx='500' cy='500' r='10' fill='yellow' stroke='black' stroke-width='1' />
<circle id='C2' cx='300' cy='100' r='10' fill='blue' stroke='red' stroke-width='1' />
<!-- Lime Circle -->
<circle id='C3' cx='300' cy='100' r='10' fill='lime' stroke='green' stroke-width='1' />
this.x = x
this.y = y }
var P0 = new Point(100, 500) // Three xy points used here
var P1 = new Point(300, 100)
var P2 = new Point(500, 500)
var t = 0
x1 = t*P0.x + (1-t)*P1.x // Barycentric equations for Yellow Circle
y1 = t*P0.y + (1-t)*P1.y
cir = document.getElementById('C1')
x2 = t*P1.x + (1-t)*P2.x // Barycentric equations for Blue Circle
y2 = t*P1.y + (1-t)*P2.y
cir = document.getElementById('C2')
cir = document.getElementById('L1') // Red Line
x3 = Math.pow(1 - t, 2) * P2.x + (1 - t) * 2 * t * P1.x + t * t * P0.x // Barycentric equations for Lime Circle
y3 = Math.pow(1 - t, 2) * P2.y + (1 - t) * 2 * t * P1.y + t * t * P0.y
cir = document.getElementById('C3')
tout = setTimeout('go()',500)
if (t>=1) t=0 // Set up to repeat. ClearTimeout(tout) is not used.
@Steffie Im using V Stable on the latest build of Windows 10 Pro x64.
Or, I was anyway. I discovered that I was running the 32bit version of it. No sense not to run the 64 bit. So I switched to the snapshot while changing to the 64 bit version. We will see how this goes.