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” and also as the first band listed in the Gothic Rock Black Book by Mick Mercer. An accident of name … Continue reading

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