duo spell \n two mentally chosen cards spelled out, see p. 206 for references and mention of swinford & cairy's "computer cards"/"cyberdeck" \n paul swinford \n suggestion by roy walton on p. 230 \n duo-spell \n paul swinford \n duo spell \n paul swinford \n transpoker iii \n karl fulves
1968
the pallbearers review vol. 1-4 Paul Swinford

Duo Spell

two mentally chosen cards spelled out, see p. 206 for references and mention of Swinford & Cairy's "Computer Cards"/"Cyberdeck"

impossibility \n one of sixteen cards thought of, ends up at a chosen position after a few sortings with sorting rod \n paul swinford
1986
the cyberdeck Paul Swinford

Impossibility

one of sixteen cards thought of, ends up at a chosen position after a few sortings with sorting rod

identity crises \n two cards selected and put reversed in deck, deck sorted with sorting rod, selections occupy each other's position, "reflected symmetry", with variation \n paul swinford
1986
the cyberdeck Paul Swinford

Identity Crises

two cards selected and put reversed in deck, deck sorted with sorting rod, selections occupy each other's position, "reflected symmetry", with variation

spellout \n deck sorted with sorting rod, all four-of-a-kinds together, spelling through deck with every value \n paul swinford
1986
the cyberdeck Paul Swinford

Spellout

deck sorted with sorting rod, all four-of-a-kinds together, spelling through deck with every value

poker spectacular \n poker deal with cyberdeck which is stacked with sorting rod, incorporates gag cards fourteen and fifteen of spades \n paul swinford
1986
the cyberdeck Paul Swinford

Poker Spectacular

poker deal with cyberdeck which is stacked with sorting rod, incorporates gag cards Fourteen and Fifteen of Spades

gardner adenda \n comments on martin gardner's article
- a problem solved
- a message retold \n paul swinford \n the binary system \n martin gardner
1986
the cyberdeck Paul Swinford

four impressions \n one of sixteen cards thought of, packet extracted with sorting rod several times ("is your card among those?"), magic age cards \n paul swinford
1986
the cyberdeck Paul Swinford

Four Impressions

one of sixteen cards thought of, packet extracted with sorting rod several times ("Is your card among those?"), Magic Age Cards

the binary system \n historical information and punch card sorting applications
- sorting 32 punch cards in numerical order
- divining selected number
- solving logic problem \n martin gardner \n scientific american, dec. 1960 \n gardner adenda \n paul swinford
1986
the cyberdeck Martin Gardner

The Binary System

historical information and punch card sorting applications

the discerning joker \n one of sixteen cards thought of, packet extracted with sorting rod several times ("is your card among those?"), magic age cards, selection ends up on top and joker at position of selection's value, binarial transposition \n paul swinford \n mathematics and mentalism \n alex elmsley
1986
the cyberdeck Paul Swinford

The Discerning Joker

one of sixteen cards thought of, packet extracted with sorting rod several times ("Is your card among those?"), Magic Age Cards, selection ends up on top and Joker at position of selection's value, Binarial Transposition

the cyberdeck \n credit information, computer cards precursor, handling with sorting rod
- historical data
- design of the deck
- handling and operating the deck \n paul swinford \n "the computer cards" & "three mysteries with the computer cards" (paul swinford & clyde cairy, marketed item 1966)
1986
the cyberdeck Paul Swinford

The Cyberdeck

credit information, computer cards precursor, handling with sorting rod

Historical Data

Design of the Deck

Handling and Operating the Deck

Related to

"The Computer Cards" & "Three Mysteries with the Computer Cards" (Paul Swinford & Clyde Cairy, marketed item 1966)

transmigration \n sixteen cards sorted with sorting rod, two people remember one of the cards, their positions transpose after a few sortings, binarial transposition \n paul swinford
1986
the cyberdeck Paul Swinford

Transmigration

sixteen cards sorted with sorting rod, two people remember one of the cards, their positions transpose after a few sortings, Binarial Transposition