Monthly Archives: March 2013

Blast from the Past – LEGO website in 1996

Remember the days when websites were pages of just solid, repeated backgrounds with buttons that were cheap gif images. You know – back when gif images were cool. Think back, before the days of CSS 2, back when you still … Continue reading

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Morals and Copyrights

Table of Contents Background for this article Moral Background Interpreting the Constitution Intentions of Copyrights Society by Said Interpretation From the Wicked Depths of Capitalism Creativity Might Be a Joke Privilege, not Right Utopia Conclusion Appendix: Letter of Thomas Jefferson … Continue reading

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On Fantasy in Modern Language

I began writing this post as a response to “Modern Slang and Language and Fantasy” on matthewdellar.com, but it became so long that I figured it’d be best if I just made it into a post for my own blog … Continue reading

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ALOT of cubes in irrlicht

I thought I’d right my own fractal program, since I like fractals so much. Unfortunately the engine I use (or more precisely, my hardware), can’t handle too much. It’s better to draw things on an image, but even that takes … Continue reading

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How Hard is it to Think Positively

This past Thursday, my blog received 48 views in one day – 3 away from the most ever – from 17 visitors (2.82 views per visitor). That can be taken as good news or slightly disappointing news. At this point, … Continue reading

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