Monthly Archives: January 2005

Came So Far For Beauty

Second Row – Left of center :) Went to this last night. Was great fun. Highlights – Nick Cave bounded onto stage, only to croon uncomfortably while straining against his short mic lead like some wild animal exploring the limits of a new cage. He attempted … Continue reading

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Oh Lordy…

Hey old friend – remember this? ;ÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ ;Û ;Û Source file for ‘ICE BREAKER’ OFFICIAL RELEASE Version 1.2. ;Û MAAS Modem Battle Language Interpreter By DrMiaow ;Û This Script By Morpheus Black – Adapted from AUSPAC PAD Scanner by DrMiaow … Continue reading

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Bushism, Blog And Google Video

“And I think the world would be better off if we did leave ….. if we didn’t … if we left, the world would be worse. The world is better off with us not leaving. It’s a mistake to pull out.” … Continue reading

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Subtextual – Very Cool Language Demo

http://subtextual.org/demo1.html Looks a lot like RIDE – execution model is copy based – very much like the original old BSCAL /MetaWrap VM. They even have the factorial demo. I’m very impressd with it – it looks much nicer than anything I have … Continue reading

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Nanotech

Speaking of old bands – one of my old bad techno songs has been released on http://www.openpodcast.org as The Rhinoceros Song – OpenPodcast.org #759 aka “Mastitis” – people used to just call it “The Rhinoceros Song” so it just kind of … Continue reading

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Interesting XML Layout Engine

http://yeslogic.com/

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More Parsing Terminology or "Teminator e"

A formal grammar is an abstract structure that describes a formal language precisely: i.e., a set of rules that mathematically delineates a (usually infinite) set of finite-length strings over a (usually finite) alphabet. A formal language is a set of finite-length character … Continue reading

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Shhh – Busy Thinking

Painted a shed. Thinking about current step in parser code. In a non coding mood – nesting with real world things. Wired up my old keyboard amp to sit under the desk and act as a subwoofer. Reading a good … Continue reading

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Cool New Things

http://www.mfeeds.com/  Translates web pages into RSS feeds http://www.orb.com/ Real-time streaming and transcoding from Media Center PC to portable devices. http://www.feederreader.com/ Podcast application for Pocket PC  

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The Accelerated Men

Strange to see my old band still has a strange cult following. We are listed first in the “The Gothic Music Handbook” An accident of name I know – but we are chuffed. And one track that everyone loved was still being … Continue reading

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