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Another Favourite Comic Strip Insight, 'n' other stuff - In the Shadow of Leaves
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Another Favourite Comic Strip Insight, 'n' other stuff

Virtual embossing, carving, sculpting and painting


www.ntu.edu.sg/home/ assourin/CompArt.html
The modelling is being done with an interactive shape modelling program where the function model of the shape is sequentially modified with offset and set-theoretic operations. The final shape is represented in the data structure as a list of interactive operations over the basic shape.
A pressure sensitive graphics tablet and a six degree of freedom haptic input device have been used to realistically simulate the depth of
penetration of the tools. For visualisation, we have developed special fast interactive ray tracing and interactive polygonisation algorithms.
Software runs on common PCs

ny.com.au

JWH stuff
backpagesblog.com/weblog/archives/000617.html#more
I've got a different take on this Nabbers - Sheilsey's pet fish tank theory. If I've seen it once, I've seen it a thousand times - just as tropical fish grow in proportion to the size of the tank you put them in, so do leaders.
Having promoted hundreds of folks over the years, you get good at it after a while - spotting someone who's reached their growth potential and isn't going to get any bigger unless you lift them into a larger space, and then off they spurt again. No question in my mind, Latho's growing before our eyes. Don't know how big he can grow, of course, but the boy's on a path to somewhere. Naturally, you also get the occasional dud, who doesn't grow a jot when you lift him/her up, despite promising appearances to the contrary
in their previous locale.
And then there is that the rare species of fish known as Howardians: put them in a bigger tank, and they shrink the tank.

Posted by: cs (http://backpagesblog.com/) at September 9, 2004 02:11 AM [Christopher Sheil]

( treasurer.greycanberra.com.au/release.php?release=17 )

HAHAHA This helped cheer me up

USA version of Susanna Clarke
www.bloomsbury.com/media/susanna_clarke_US_color.jpg ( Click there to download the US photo of Susanna Clarke.)
Which differed from the UK version of Susanna Clarke
www.bloomsbury.com/media/susanna_clarke_01.jpg (© Mark Pringle - The
above photo is not cleared for use in the US. )

www.starbuckscoffee.co.uk/home.html

Some Online Games
Feed fish, fight aliens, upgrade your weapons, and unlock secret pets as you explore 20 captivating new levels and 4 unique tanks of action-puzzle adventure!
www.popcap.com/launchpage.php?theGame=insaniquarium&src=big8
madnesstemple.com/invisibility

More 'Tank McNamara', TiVo, and baseball - you probably can't see this archived image from 17th June, 2004.
www.ucomics.com/tankmcnamara/2004/06/18. Will have to try & work out how to get it. I think it is one of the absolute classic comics.

Thursday, June 17, 2004
Today's dialogue from "Tank McNamara" comic strip

Man #1: So that's your new TiVo?
Man #2: By jumping past pitching changes and the commercial blocks between innings, you can watch a whole game and save almost an hour.
Man #1: What would I do with another hour? Look, I have these unwanted periods of consciousness. I use TV sports to get rid of them.

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