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:: Friday, June 09, 2000 ::
Official NetHack Home Page -- a favorite geek ASCII game.
Article: O'Reilly Network: Crystal Space: 3D for Free. A free 3D graphics engine originally created by Jorrit Tyberghein, lives on.
4xt.org -- "Welcome to 4xt.org, a site of resources for XT (a Java XSLT processor), by and for XT users, powered by XT."
XML.com has a great section on XML.com - Instruction. Don't forget to see the tutorials.
Erlug Webzine is a great Italian Linux site that has an excellent list of Linux resources.:: Thursday, June 08, 2000 ::
Linuxpower.com is a great new news and information site about Linux. Lots of good resources here, folks!
Motherboard HomeWorld looks like a great hardware information resource.
Bluefish HTML Editor - is described as "a GTK HTML editor for the experienced web designer. For *nix only.:: Wednesday, June 07, 2000 ::
freeIM.org appears to be a commercially-motivated group trying to motivate adoption of open access between instant messaging software solutions. They have a petition and are doing some lobbying in this regard.
Dr.Bob's Kylix Kicks
ProcessTree is a "For-Pay Distributed Processing Network. I saw this coming a long time ago when things like Distributed.net and Seti@home came on the scene. There is another new one: PopularPower.com.
Programmer's Oasis - Lucid
Some Core War Pages:
Web Brain - They say it is "The Smartest Way to See the Web." This is from the people who brought you Thebrain.com, a thought processor.
Macintosh Toolbox Essentials(IM:Tb):: Monday, June 05, 2000 ::
Article: webreview.com - Object-Oriented Programming with PHP.
Festival at CMU -- Festival and speech synthesis at CMU (most of this work is done within the framework of Edinburgh University's Festival Speech Synthesis System. Here is the Edinburg site for Festival.
Festival: US mirror at CMU -- open-source speech synthesis for Linux!