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TurboThought 1.0 is a unique program designed to help you solve any problem. Utilize your mind's free associative abilities to view your problem in new ways.

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TurboThought 1.0 is a unique program designed
to help you solve any problem. Utilize your
mind's free associative abilities to view
your problem in new ways. The result is a
highly efficient "brainstorming" session on
your computer. Use TurboThought anytime you
need to generate fresh, new ideas. Requires
VGA, Windows 3.x, or OS/2 2.x (with WIN-OS2
installed), and file VBRUN200.DLL. Shareware
($20) from Amber Timbre Software.


File THOUGHT.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
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TurboThought 1.0 is a unique program designed to help you solve any problem. Utilize your mind’s free associative abilities to view your problem in new ways.
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Contents of the README.TXT file


TurboThought 1.0 is a unique program designed
to help you solve any problem. Utilize your
mind's free associative abilities to view
your problem in new ways. The result is a
highly efficient "brainstorming" session on
your computer. Use TurboThought anytime you
need to generate fresh, new ideas. Requires
VGA, Windows 3.x, or OS/2 2.x (with WIN-OS2
installed), and file VBRUN200.DLL. Shareware
($20) from Amber Timbre Software.
NOTE: Before working on the problem described here, please read the Introduction and the Instructions Under the Info menu.

Included in TurboThought is a Sample problem, described below. It is not intended to be an example of real-world problem solving with TurboThought, but it can serve as an introduction to using the various features of the application. Use the example to get familiar with TurboThought - the editing functions, Shuffling, Categorization (this problem would fit nicely into the Who, What, Where categories).
As you work this problem, try to experience the different way in which TurboThought can help you look at a problem. Instead of struggling, as you would if you were trying to diagram the problem on paper, just notice with a relaxed mind the new associations that come to you as you read and shuffle the Factors. As each occurs to you, enter it in by adding it as a new Factor or changing an existing one. You will experience that the final answer seems to just appear by itself.
The Factors of the problem are already included in TurboThought as an existing Project - The solution is also, so you can confirm your answer.

There are five men, with different first and last names; they have
five different kinds of pets (each with its own name), and they
live at five different addresses. From the clues given below, an-
swer the following question:

"WHO LIVES IN CHUTNEY CRESCENT, AND WHAT IS HIS PET'S NAME?"

1. Mr. Appleby owns a pet called Pokey and James lives in Center
Road.
2. Sam's surname is Johnson, and the toad is not called Cleo,
Bertrand, or Razzle.
3. Brian's pet is called Razzle, and is not the cat; the owner of
the toad lives in Moreland Grove.
4. Geoff's surname is not Hartley or Sudman.
5. Mr. Appleby does not live in Center Road.
6. Mr. Thornton owns the cat and the owner of the dog lives
in Pinnacle Avenue.
7. Howard has a pet turtle, and the bird is called Pokey.
8. The turtle is not called Bertrand, and one of the five men has a
pet called Freida.
9. Mr. Hartley lives in Winter Street.

GOOD LUCK!


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