Park Plaza Community Manager
Heritage Village Ast
Massage Therapy Clinical Therapist
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ASP Support Client Services
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Call Center Design Engineer
Help Desk Desktop Support
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Highlights and documents I have
Creating Customer Loyalty
End user Training
Being a Male Therapist
730 Hour Certification
Many occupational hazards of adult life will be greatly alleviated by
Massage can benefit you right down to the cellular level!
- aching back and shoulder after a long office stint
- exhaustion or overstrained muscles from physical labor or excessive
- circulatory problems from too little exercise by sedentary workers.
2.4ghz v 900mhz
Cable v DSL
Firewalls for Dummies
history of software is a fascinating thing. The following files were
very exciting at one time just as the evolution of communication went from pen
and paper to email, to chat, to text, to ....... software has also
evolved. Please understand that some of the downloadable files now
available to you are the original ideal of someone who is now much wiser and is
probably not going to fix your computer for you IF you install it.
_______ DOWNLOAD PAGE WARNING ____
EXPERIENCED USERS ONLY DO NOT download from this page unless you are
able to uninstall an executable file _
At one time I would spend hours typing lines of code from
Compute Magazine hoping that my computer and the power would stay on for another
day so that I could recheck the code and eventually run the file I was creating.
A tape drive soon evolved and saving your work made it truly possible to have
electronic ownership of your ideas. Reading lines of code became more exciting
than just reading a book. Changing the settings on the Nuclear Simulator (SCRAM
Atari) was fascinating. My father was designing safety systems for a real
nuclear reactor and above my feet sat a computer playing a game where I was
altering code to make my own reactor with extra control rods on cooling towers.
The power to create has always been a temptation but the power to change is a
gift. When then the floppy disk was invention of there was a secret only an
industry exploited. At the time a floppy disk and XCOPY was a very nice
thing to have. "A simple hole punch allowed a single sided disk to become double
sided." The development of the Hard Drive by IBM at Building
21 was a spectacular change for computers. Unfortunately IBM is gone
the Stealth Building 51 torn down the street lights gone.
Some BRAIN CANDY:
It is important to learn the basics and to study history.
timel100.zip ÀBY THE FAMOUS
DEMO & GAME PROGRAMMER TRAN!Ù
ÛÞ Tran & Data Connection Software
ÛÞ TIMELESS for WINDOWS 3.1, v1.0
ÛÞ The "MOST ADVANCED SCREENSAVER" for
ÛÞ WINDOWS 3.1! The screensaver's display
ÛÞ is an experience and a journey within
ÛÞ itself! Witness the full potential of
ÛÞ your 386+ computer and protect your
ÛÞ VGA monitor at the same time. Do not
ÛÞ miss this incredible display of
ÛÞ graphics! We know you will enjoy it!
pinwheel.zip Method of use: Run program
and stare into the middle of the pinwheel for AT LEAST two minutes. Then look
away at the world away from your computer, and you are
in for a surprise!
Ah, more History!!!!
mindwarp.zip Requires a PC with a
decent SVGA that does 1Kù768 by 256 colors.
This is not release-quality software. This is not beta-quality software. This is
not even Microsoft-quality software. This is one particular mode that was easy
to write (roll the palette by 48 bytes per tick...) of a currently-being-written
program that's an offshoot
of an unwritten successor to an unreleased program. It is not robust, it does
only one thing, and it may well bomb horribly, blow out your monitor, and slash
your eyeballs with horrid glass shrapnel. I don't care, and there will never be
a bugfix version. I just thought people might like to see this program, and in
particular to see a particular visual effect it can induce.
Upon running the program, you will first be privileged to wait while it draws
the screen. This takes about 20 seconds on my box; *please* tell me if it's
intolerably slow on yours. The only code left to bum much time out of is the
polygon routine -- I'm reluctant to
get into that, but might be convinced.
While you're waiting, look around and find something with a reasonably long
straight edge a few feet away -- door, blinds, poster, whatever. A patterned
ceiling works too. And put on some appropriate music, if you like.
OK, now we're at the cool part. Look steadily at the center of the thing for oh,
thirty seconds. Less will work, but you want the first experience to be
dramatic, right? After you've done that, look at your straight line. I won't
tell you what to expect, but
suffice it to say that several people have made vocal expressions of, well, of
noise I guess.
Warning, only somewhat facetious: I've been looking at this thing a fair bit
while coding it, and now the wall keeps flashing giant fractal vortices at me.
And I found one in my cup of water. Most likely they have crystallized in my
I'm using Jordan Hargrave's excellent SVGA bgi driver.
Bugs: Sometimes under Windows (why does this not surprise me?) the palette
twiddling goes *much* too fast. It's supposed to be more like 20ø/sec.
(Vaporware plug: if this wigs you out, wait until you see the real thing,
Synesthesia IIx (i.e. variant `x' of the on-paper-only Syn 2 (which will
theoretically have real-time sound input (hence the name) like Syn 1 (which is
Q_plasma.zip Well... This er was
is a plasma effect... The programmer didn't even bother to port it to
assembler... he was too lazy... coded in c++...
syn2x-v0.zip Totally up to you.
Probably not a good idea to install to your primary machine.