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Monday, November 29, 2004

A little Rasterbation never hurt anyone...


No, this is'nt a new way to play with yourself...

How exactly does it work?

When you upload the image to the server or after it has been downloaded from the web, it is converted to a preview jpeg image. The Flash application running in the browser then loads this preview image and allows you to crop and resize the image.
The Flash application then sends the coordinates, desired paper size and desired size to the server.After you have set the options and the rasterbation begins, you may end up in a queue. Rasterbation uses a lot of memory, hence this conserves server resources and actually reduces the average time users have to wait.
When your turn begins, the server examines the original image (preview image is not used here to ensure maximum quality). The image is divided into squares. Each square maps to a dot in the output. The average brightness and color values of the origin square determine the size (and color if desired) of the output dot - bright area produces a small dot.
Vector representations of the dots are written into a pdf document. When the entire image is processed, your browser is sent to a different page, which will instruct it to download the pdf file.

Go and Rasterbate

Wednesday, November 24, 2004

A Rose for a Rose

('Tis Interactive)
Courtesy of Gaffer

Sunday, November 21, 2004


Click the pics for a larger view....

Looking down on others

I'm actually all over the chart...

(Found while doing a Google Image search for the origins of the word "Hierarchy", although the pic has a link on it to:

Will the fox burn down IE?

"Firefox may represent the first tangible example of open source software coming to the people. Such software, developed collaboratively by programmers who make its source code available for anyone to freely use and change, sprouted to counter the hammerlock of proprietary software from companies like Micro$oft Corp. Until now, it has been largely for computer geeks and corporate technology staffers."

Get the full review here.

Whats a file extension anyway?.exe

Thursday, November 18, 2004

The SETJI Project

You've all heard of SETJI right?
Of course you have...

Great idea... although the SITE could use some re-thinking.

The S.E.T.J.I. Proyect (Search for External Tribe´s Jellicle Intelligence) is based in the diversity of Jellicle Tribes over the Net Universe. It´s first target is to locate as many tribes as possible, being able to set a referal point for them and make a contact possible.
For the purpose the Proyect starts setting a central point (this page, the radio-telescope of Mt. Jellicibo) and asking every Jellicle for support.

Dr. NosrricanDirector - SETJI Proyect - Mt. Jellicibo

On Posting...

Here is my latest post...

Friday, November 05, 2004

Lost in Translation

You know how it feels to suddenly not have something in your life, that you have become as attached to as your mind?

It feels so... empty...

Why is it that when something is no longer part of our lives, it changes us so drastically?
Changes or lifestyles... our moods... even our feelings towards parts of our lives that are still there...

That should mean that if we had that something back in our lives, we would be correspondingly elated... overjoyed...

But does that really happen?

Thanks the heavens, yes...

Monday, October 04, 2004


Caught myself thinking this on saturday morning.

Looks like morning in your eyes
But the clock's held 9:15 for hours

Couldn't tempt us if it tried
Cuz the afternoon's already come and gone

And I said Hooo, hooo, hooo
To you

Surprise Surprise
Couldn't find it in your eyes
But I'm sure it's written all over my face
Surprise Surprise
Never something I could hide
When I see we made it through another day

Then I say Hooo, hooo, hooo
To you
And now the night
Will throw its cover down, ooo, on me again
Ooh, and if I'm right
It's the only way to bring me back

Hooo, hooo, hooo
To you Hooo, yeah, hooo, hooo

To you

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Thursday, September 30, 2004

On love and loving

When I think about love, I can't help but wonder how much of what I feel is pre-programmed by social values I aquired while growing up. Nah... not all of it is social... I know that for a fact. Genetic? Who knows?


Love is a world... made of two.
Love is validating each other.
You recognize the source of potential within the other person as something real. Something true. Potential that can and will happen.
That potential is validated. Which in turn validates your potential.
We make the other person feel good, as they do so with us. We make them know that they are unique, capable of feeling good, and of making others feel good too.
We both make the other person feel like a god.
Love is the creation and nurturing of two gods...
And who shall a god frolic with?

Another god.