Monthly Archives: April 2014

Getting a Slice of the Internet

It all started with wanting to host my own email server… Advertisements

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On Viewing People

As a young child growing up, the world is new, and that’s probably the closest most people will ever be to seeing things how they truly are in an objective – as opposed to subjective – sense. That is not … Continue reading

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Installing Linux on a Bootloader-less Windows PC

In short: You need to make a CD.

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How Julia transforms work

Last night, I quickly put together a video about how Julia transforms work in iterated function series flames. By “Julia”, I mean julian, juliaq, julia3D, julia3Dz, etc. – The transforms in JWildfire labeled with “julia” (except salamander and one other, … Continue reading

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English Simplified

Table of Contents Introduction The Rules The Vowel Sounds The Consonant Sounds The Exceptions Objections Examples My Criticisms Concluding Thoughts

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