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ASQ develops nicely - as long as the programmers keep away.

Been burning and running live CD's . . .

Set this page up for the pup . . . Puppy - Small Windows like, can run from CD or keydrive, use FAT16 format for keydrive

Beatrix - Simple Gnome based

Austrumi Latvian Linux - Latvian language with English support - hey somebody translate!

Feather - Small dark and cool. Knoppix based

FreesBie - BSD - not really Linux but another branch of the free Unix tree

Any sign of that promised Knoppix + Yoper hybrid?

Tried a new Bloki blog then found my on line page
for Open source is really just Freeware for windows. HELP!

Must be time to send in the Chronology Protection Agency
or join the Invisible college to develop Tmxxine

You could probably RELAX using this online series I created.
Here is a simpler non frame based version I did years ago

Stay chilled

8 Aug 2004 (updated 8 Aug 2004 at 06:46 UTC) »

Had a need for an on line database
Esoteric wikis such as this at sourceryforge
become easier to edit . .

4 Jul 2004 (updated 10 Jul 2004 at 05:54 UTC) »
OK I admit it - your expertise is required . . .
There we were developing a communication device
that would work across dimensions (like you do . . .)
Could we get our regular chats http://www.curlchat.info/ to work in Linux?
- the shame of it . . .
ah well back to the future . . . ProjeX7
15 May 2004 (updated 10 Jul 2004 at 06:11 UTC) »

Lately I managed to put a working version of Feather Linux
a version of Morphix
on a USB keyring hard drive.
It autorecognises the hardware and connects your browser to the network . . .

Plug it into any modern computer and boot from USB . . .

Maybe it will become a tmxxine thing . . .

9 May 2004 (updated 10 Jul 2004 at 06:14 UTC) »
tmxxine conforms to inter-dimensional agreements
utilising optimum 10% befuddlement
from the Chronology Protection Agency
which is probably just as well . . .

Software tools are being developed in many dimensions
for the topological real time calculations required for
multi-dimensional travel

It is a strange world but it could be stranger . . .
Onward and Upwards, Sideways and Inward

As my imaginary psychiatrist always tells me . . .

"GIGO is all very well and
DIDO (Developed Input Developed Output) is the pro-biotic version"

Certainly a weirdo - probably codes in APL

. . . talking of code; never made much use of Javascript - too unreliable
but this self altering gibberish could certainly be used to make sense
and here is the Chatzy couch and javascript chat room

I learnt everything I needed to know about
computer development from Star Trek
All my Occult knowledge comes from
'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'
As you can imagine
I am ready for anything

My knowledge of Time travel comes from watching
the cult British TV series from the 60's onward
Dr Hu or Dr Who as he is sometimes known

The theme music was created by a very talented musician
in 1958 (I believe it was) who worked in the BBC electronic Workshop
- she was a great innovator (but of course being a woman
has never received much recognition for
the pioneering work of this extraordinary theme tune)

ProjeX tmXxine
Multi-Dimensional Travel
tmXxine Protype 1 - upto to Feb 2004

Onward and Upward - Sideways and Inward

To create a Multi-dimensional tmXxine Console
choose the right language

It will be so much easier in the future
- part of the reason for going there . . .

Recently I was using Netlogo to experimentally output java
it was 900k of applet though . . .
Languages like Elica and LOGO
are fun but they seem too hard for my two year old . . .

Is it just me or is everyone programming the same things
in different languages?
I want to design programs and for that I need the right tools
A sort of Artificial life program that generates topological programs

Is that too much to ask for? Not in the future . . .

You are now returned to Reality . . .
Everything you wanted to know about firewalls,
anti-virus, anti-spyware etc

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