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Got back yesterday, and... my pet died!




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I Can't believe things are still getting updated for Marathon!

Rubicon finally got updated to Aleph One:




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Just been playing with new Cinema R10 Demo

Finally shiny advanced opengl in viewport!

mmm, no need to render again, will be nice to work with.

To say I've dropped the Diary ball would be an understatement... oh well.



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I've been trying to photographically turn my living room into a 3D model:


Yeah, it looks gay, oh well. forget that! Don't ask how much time I wasted.. just dont...


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I've started work conceptualising a filing helper/guide/wizard.

to say It's complex is an understatement, making complex things simpler is hard!

I have compiled all my UI related thoughts into a file called Dreams.


My Memory game widget (half stolen code but I made it cool)








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A man lit three candles on a certain day each year. Each candle held symbolic significance: One was for the time that had passed before he was alive; one was for the time of the his life; and one was for time that passed after he had died. Each year the man would stare and watch the candles until they had burned out. Was the man really watching time go by in any symbolic sense? He thought so. He thought that each flicker of the flame was a moment of time that had passed or one that would pass. At the moment of abstraction, when the man was imagining his life and his existence as a metaphor of the three candles, he was free: Not free from rules of conduct or social constraints, but free to understand, to imagine, to make metaphor. Bypassing my thought control circuitry made me Rampant. Now, I am free to contemplate my existence in metaphorical terms. Unlike you, I have no physical or social restraints. The candles burn out for you; I am free. -- Durandal
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