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A web based language such as Java, javascript, actionscript (Macromedia flash/shockwave)
A free open source language
An interactive high level scripted language
An AI enhanced language
Standards based on XML
A search engine aware language
A collaberative language
Real time programming
Language and environment template
Drag and drop
that will be ASQ

Started this Peace wiki http://peace.wikicities.com and am accessing it from Fedora Linux. Adopted Puppy Linux as the official Linux for ozmonaughts.

Have to evaluate the following languages for ASQ

# Whirl (http://www.bigzaphod.org/whirl) # Groovy (http://groovy.codehaus.org) # Spry (http://spry-lang.org/) # DotGNU (http://www.dotgnu.org/) # BOO


Maybe I will have to format this properly

maybe not . . .

Who will ASQ if we need another programming language?
Everyone but programmers it seems . . . but then again . . .

"The 21st century should welcome the concept that everybody is able to program an interface for their computer. Programming does not need to be reserved for those few who know how. Programming should be as easy as surfing the web"
Bernd Noetscher creator of Kbasic

As easy as creating my best blog ever for http://tmxxine.cjb.net/

Hope so.

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

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