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Mon, Oct. 15th, 2007, 11:19 am
ADS 6.5

Today AquaFold (the company I work for) released the newest version of it's ADS line. Here's a link with info:
http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=47227

I didn't write very much of that, and the product that I'm working on won't be available until next year sometime, but I thought I'd mention it for completion's sake.

Wed, Jul. 4th, 2007, 06:25 pm
In Your Macaroni

Macro-ni

Tue, Jan. 16th, 2007, 08:23 pm
Release

Press Release

It's out, and it's official. This is my first release, and the first time I've got code in the wild. Cheers, and bottoms up.

Sun, Jan. 14th, 2007, 11:47 pm
Favorites

I was thinking tonight about the things about which I am an expert. I was trying to figure out in which circles my taste would be considered refined and I realized that just about the only thing like that for me is video games. I spent a good portion of tonight cooking up a list of my favorite games all time.

1. star control 2
2. x-com
3. deus ex
4. star wars: knights of the old republic
5. photopia
6. the longest journey
7. the elder scrolls
8. fahrenheit
9. max payne 2
10. battle for wesnoth

Runners up:

monkey island
civilization
half-life
guilty gear XX
karaoke revolution
might and magic 6
the sims
alpha centauri
farcry
diablo
freedom fighters
sid meier's pirates!
mindrover
planescape:torment
jedi knight 2

What about the rest of y'all? Do you have an expertise and a top ten list?

Sun, Jan. 1st, 2006, 04:40 am
Awe

It used to be that after the most intense and interesting nights of my life I would write reams of paper until the (then) whee hours of the morning. I gradually booted this habit, and all I can figure is that such journal entries made me feel less powerful, less in control.
Tonight was one of those nights. Tonight was amazing. Tonight was a swirl of colors like a 30 second exposure photograph of a full pitched battle that took place in my living room. When this all got started I couldn't have even began to have guessed how amazingly well it would have turned out. To go back and try to recall all of the names of the people I met and their colleges of origin and fields of study and everything I learned and experienced would be a 100,000 piece jigsaw puzzle, where every piece contains the parity of the whole, like a mandelbrot set, with each piece exquisitely beautiful and every player a work of a thousand pieces. Like a kaleidoscope, like tie die, like the night sky...
These; these are moments of awe, and perfect serenity.

So, it is with overwhelming appreciation and love that I thank everyone for making tonight so wonderful.
Thank you.

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