I would like to WriteI' d like to write
I would like to write to you / tell you a little about.....
Write you" is American English in a phrase in which "write" has no straight line to it. The British English is "write to you": - But I' d like to write you about it (BrE) (and sometimes even Amy, I think). - To write you about it (AmE only). But when " writing" has a straight forward subject (e.g. "a poem"), the most common way is in any variation of English:
I' m not sure what you mean by "a little bit", sun-kissed, (short?, a little text?, ....) - but "I want to write you a little about it" is not something I would have expected from a first-nerson.
Soft QWERTY - A textbook you want to write
Book You Would To Write" examines the discussion "Are Quantum Computers Feasible? Especially the foreword "Why Write This Book" (below) adheres to the 1000 word glossary of the XKCD Up-Goer 5 text edit. The rest of the text of this new issue "Book You Would To Write" is now fully described in the non-technical XKCD Up-Goer version.
What's the point of writing this book? Gil and Aram and Scott's and Scott's thoughts --- about "computers that work differently, and why we may not be able to make them" --- are nice thoughts, so we can just hopefully get the three of them right, and that good things come from their good notions.
It is hoped that this publication will give some brief, easy thoughts on how their good thoughts can be made more practical for everyone, so that we can get to good places faster and safer. Al's Happy Thoughts The way we tell this tale begins with a well-known numbers instructor called Al (who is still alive today).
All of us love straightforward things and what he says is reminiscent of something we all know from our own lives: "The new number images in our brain can make tough issues seem smooth and slick! Every new image is like a small ripple of fresh air that gradually pushes us over our most serious issues until even small kids can see how to fix them with ease.
" In the first half of his lifetime, Al spent every lesson building and sharing these nice new numbers. Al's More Serious (and Sad) Thoughts Then in the second half of his lifetime, Al began to think very harshly about a number of serious issues.
"Soon ours will be a hundred, one hundred, one hundred, one hundred, one hundred on it. This vast number of refugees need secure houses and good work to give them the chance to laugh, embrace and get married, start more prosperous backgrounds and do good work for each other. Instead, however, humans are hating and fighting each other - and even whole states are hating and fighting each other - so that many humans are getting murdered and many more are injured.
" Meanwhile, the whole wide planet itself has become ill, year after year from the enormous crowd of them. These harsh facts give a harsh feeling to everyone who is nowadays. Especially young men and women rightly ask themselves: "Will we ever be lucky and find happiness and even find a kind man/woman who loves and starts our own mothers?
When will it be - if at all - that humans and states put hatred and anxiety behind them and injure and kill? "Al thought very intensely about these serious issues for many decades, but in his long fight he found no good responses, and so he has become (slowly) old and depressed - even mad, some say - and so Al is hiding out today and talking to no one (not even his old buddies when they come to look for him).
Hopeful Thoughts! In these ten years more and more folks have understood that the lovely number concepts and number images that come from the first half of Al's lives can virtually help to solve the tough issues that have been filling the remainder of Al's Iife. At the beginning it's especially good that the issue that Gil and Aram and Scott all like to think about --- "Computers that would work differently" (as Scott says), even if we "have to paint a different image, which is tough and requires a long time" (as Gil says) --- gives humans a good (and funny!) way to quickly awaken many of Al's number concepts and above all to find hands-on solutions to the difficult issues that made him so depressed.
Everyone knows that it is not simple to "build a computer that works differently". In order to thoroughly reading through a two-foot bloc of tough textbooks --- more than ten hundred hundred individual number facts along the way to comprehend! would hardly be enough for a young man to even think about how to make a convenient one.
Al's work gives us hopes we can take courage from Al's work. Its numerical images and numerical concepts let us put the basic idea of the whole two-foot bloc of "different computers" into just seven brief "green pieces" (together with a brief final narrative of what the numerical images mean for physicians and clinics, and a few more images).
It is especially helpful for young readers to realize that the large book is not to be seen as a hundred difficult to grasp and memorable tales, but as an easily understandable tale that is surprising in that it is rather brief and straightforward. That' a good thing for everyone to thank Al (and thanks to good buddies like Emmy, who help Al sharing these nice, handy ideas).
Al's Work Makes Gil's Ideas Really A nice thing about Al's idea is that it helps to make Gil's profound idea both more powerful and more realistic. This is the brief, straightforward story: As soon as Gil begins us with a series of numerical facts, then Al's numerical concepts immediately help us to paint a number image of a universe in which Gil's series of numerical facts become reality.
For while our thoughts about numbers begin to run on this new "Al-to-Gil"-path of numbers, we find over and over that the view into "Al's Spaces" in quest of "Gils Truths" brings us more numerical surprise than the view into "David's Spaces" to so much construct the "different computers" Aram and Scott. So if we have good numerical concepts (following the example of Al and Gil), then there is no need at all to conceal these numerical concepts.... instead, it is definitely a good concept to quickly divide these concepts.
Let's Look Ahead To Better Times If we look further ahead in the times, we see yet another good excuse to free these number- sharing ideeas.... one excuse that some folks with well-known reputations (like Si and Johnny and Norbert and Dick) were the first to mention: They should use more and better numbers (like the stories of Al and Gil and Aram and Scott makes us want to learn).
It will then be very simple to teach how to help ill patients to get well: we can only look at their live material bytes! If our physicians can increase the focal ization of their Look-at-Tiny Matters bit-box a hundredfold, the difficult issues of assisting ill patients to become completely healthy will become much simpler.
" If bad news is good news If we find new numerical explanations of why "different computers" are difficult to produce, the same new numerical explanations help us to find new and better ways to make the look at what little you' re doing a hundred fold more. To help ill is a very powerful motive for quickly sharing new numerical concepts, for a motive that everyone knows, but that makes us feel sorry when we say it out loud. To help patients is a very powerful motive.
Too many ten years, for example, women and men have sent their little children into battle, and many of these young men have not returned home but to wards. Maybe a fairly good beginning can be made to solve Al's serious problems by using Al's own number suggestions to find quicker and better ways to make all the folks sent to battle completely healthy.
At first it is difficult, but then it will be simple Many folks will find Al's number concepts and number images difficult to comprehend, but everyone realizes that these concepts and images can help ill patients to become healthy and lively. What is more, everyone wants the better careers and start-ups that are being created all around us, because we work together to help the ill get better and better.
In this way, everyone shares this great worldwide work with a good feeling. The big image gives each of us good reason to spend the long lessons, to go the long ways, to do the tough work and to overcome the many doubt we need to realise the many applications of Al's number-idea!
" This greatest of all, the most wonderful of all, the most hopeful of all --- a great work in which we all participate, helping to make human beings healthy and lively so that they can escape from hospital and go back to a life of normality --- can connect the heart and commercial interests of each state, as a worldwide work that (above all) awakens the aspirations of those women and men and their families who send their young men into battle in causes that so often seem good in the beginning.
An awesome "thank you" to Gil and Aram and Scott for your free share your many funny, nice, important and important things with the whole family!