Amount of texts to »Blaster« 74, and there are 65 texts (87.84%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 301 Characters
Average Rating -431.689 points, 14 Not rated texts
First text on Mar 28th 2000, 11:46:48 wrote
Dragan about Blaster
Latest text on Aug 2nd 2017, 22:26:50 wrote
Nix about Blaster
Some texts that have not been rated at all
(overall: 14)

on Nov 7th 2007, 18:27:14 wrote
Gandalf about Blaster

on Dec 29th 2006, 14:16:13 wrote
mqsjy lkmzisw about Blaster

on Apr 14th 2016, 01:53:23 wrote
siskoikoi about Blaster

Random associativity, rated above-average positively

Texts to »Blaster«

Dragan wrote on Apr 6th 2000, 22:54:34 about

Blaster

Rating: 20 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

ASSOZIATIONS-BLASTER Mk II

The Assoziations-Blaster is an interactive text network with the following features:

- automatic, non-linear real-time-linking of text inputs
- multiple interfaces: direct user input, input via mail, data on any other webpages, connection to search engines
- individual ranking system for all entries


The Blaster is mainly a database with text entries that are connected to a keyword. Anyone is allowed to enter new text or keywords into this pool.

You cannot browse through the database, but just jump from one text to another, depending on the keywords a text contains. For example, when there is a text about sickness mentioning »fever«, a link is generated to another text in the pool of the keyword »fever«. This text mentioning the »sore throat« that comes with fever, the text about sore throat leads to getting it by »drinking« to much what again leads to »beer« ... and so on. Every word that is also a keyword generates a link to a random text that is saved under this keyword. As the links are generated in real time, they are always up to date with freshly entered texts or keywords.

Users are also allowed to rate texts and set a personal threshold, so they only see texts that have a certain rating – if they chose to do so.

The Web-Blaster allows to load any web page and generate Blaster Links in it. This was made to establish connections to web pages with normal hierarchy.

Because search engines can only crawl linear site structures, the Blaster has a special interface that brings the texts and keywords to their indexes.

All of the described effects are made transparent on a detailed statistics page. Users that contribute to the Blaster's database can watch how their writing work effects the traffic from search engines, the rating, the most popular keywords and so on. So the users are in full control of the site's content and development. Like a traditional webmaster, they can add texts, modify existing texts by generating new link-keywords, they can rate texts and move them out of view and finally watch how this changes the whole project. And they do not do it alone, but form a collaborative web of information with the other users.


The Assoziations-Blaster is a way of organizing text information differently from hierarchical structures. Every text entry is on the same hierarchical level, not dependent on input time, thread-chains or any other criterion. The automatic links can change the meaning of the single texts, and the links themselves change over time as new data is put into the Blaster's database.

The Blaster can be used a system to produce literature, as a knowledge-database, as a game or as a scientific tool to eruate how things are connected together.


Assoziations-Blaster Mk II is an improved Version of Assoziations-Blaster. New features are: rating system, improved Statistics, support for multiple languages, mail interface, improved search engine interface, web-blaster

On 20th of March 2000, the German database contains 31027 texts under 2852 keywords. Every day 150 to 200 new texts are entered.

sandra lind wrote on Aug 27th 2002, 02:47:24 about

Blaster

Rating: 13 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

The opposite of blaster would be polymer, something that holds things together.

Dragan wrote on Mar 28th 2000, 11:46:48 about

Blaster

Rating: 6 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

For a long time, a »Blaster« was only something to blow stuff up. But this has changed in the meantime. »Blaster« now indicates that something is incredibly cool. It started with the well-known Sound Blaster. It was not meant to destroy your sound, but to blast the barriers of known sound.

To be true, the first Sound Blaster was indeed blasting sound. It sounded like shit. Amiga users were laughing about the poor samples it could play.

Pacifist wrote on Aug 13th 2002, 06:31:08 about

Blaster

Rating: 8 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

Blast it, baby, blast it!!!!!! Keep blastin' til you're old and grey! I was born a blaster, and I'll die a blaster. If you don't understand, that's ok; just keep blastin' anyway!!!

rudy wrote on Apr 3rd 2000, 18:56:10 about

Blaster

Rating: 4 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

even though the first sound blaster sounded much worse than the amiga at the time, now it is esteemed and appreciated for it's poor quality. these days some people try to make statements like »bad is good« for situations like this and it often doesn't work.

how does one tell how many levels of sarcasm lie behind any one statement...with me it's usually 2 or 3, but i know people with up to 7. what is nice is if you meet someone with the same number of levels as you because then you really feel that you're »communicating«.

JJJ wrote on Jan 25th 2003, 00:41:24 about

Blaster

Rating: 1 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

The Assoziations-Blaster is an interactive text network. Anyone, including you, is allowed to contribute to the text database. And all the texts inside this database are connected automatically in real time.

You can not browse through all the texts in a linear way. Instead you jump from one text to another depending on their connections, revealing new meanings and associations.

The information in the database is organized through keywords. Every text belongs to a keyword, and the keywords create the connections between the texts. You are also allowed to create new keywords after certain intervals. So with your contribution you can help to build up a non-linear map of all things that exist.

Some random keywords

wolves
Created on Apr 26th 2002, 00:48:40 by Das Gift, contains 11 texts

questions
Created on Apr 6th 2001, 16:52:05 by nOvJuL, contains 41 texts

he
Created on Apr 23rd 2002, 20:57:17 by purplesage, contains 19 texts

cinnamon
Created on Feb 9th 2001, 22:38:39 by lil monkey, contains 17 texts

state
Created on Aug 9th 2001, 11:43:06 by Groschen, contains 81 texts

Some random keywords in the german Blaster

Gesinnung
Created on Jun 27th 2002, 14:43:52 by das Bing!, contains 9 texts

alleinimInternet
Created on Apr 12th 2006, 18:28:25 by rausch, contains 7 texts

bršuchte
Created on Nov 23rd 2001, 22:24:16 by Duckman, contains 13 texts

Vulkanette
Created on May 13th 2005, 13:11:43 by Kšpt'n Kork, contains 6 texts

bolero
Created on Jan 4th 2003, 18:35:18 by elora, contains 6 texts

Pilot
Created on Jun 9th 2000, 10:39:31 by joachim, contains 24 texts

Brotschrank
Created on Nov 10th 2004, 23:19:41 by GI Joe, contains 6 texts


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