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Deer Bot

Feb 8, 1999, 1:04pm
[View Quote] Sheperds don't usually hold deers.
Besides I think you need quite some dog to make the deers run scared instead
of the other way around ;-)

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Cubic

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Bots get boring...

Feb 5, 1999, 2:41pm
[View Quote] You think this idea fun?
I find it an excellent example of internet-pollution.
Complete waste of time, space, effort and bandwith.
Ppl would better put their efforts in building cities and worlds that are
nice to look at.
How can building ever be taken serious anymore if ppl start to organize
thise ridiculous things.

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Cubic

Bots get boring...

Feb 5, 1999, 2:46pm
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Another silly idea!
What the heck does this have to do with AW?
You must be really tired of life to wast your time thinking up these silly
things.
Buy a Tammagotchi and keep Aw clean from these
bandwith-wasting-internet-pollutions!

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Cubic

P.S. If you don't know what a tammagotchi is: it's exactly what you
explained above, but then in RL and meant as a toy for little kids. Kind of
a little handheld thinggy with 2 or 3 buttons.

Bots get boring...

Feb 6, 1999, 6:41am
[View Quote] I don't find it absurd.
I find it absurd to polute aw with it.

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Cubic

>and I plan to create many, many other things
>that waste far more bandwidth than these. If building is your thing, then
>"Party on, Dude." I enjoy building greatly, but prefer not to limit the
>scope of my imagination to merely that.
>
>Archon Manus
>Vizier D'Magienne
>
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Bots get boring...

Feb 7, 1999, 10:45am
[View Quote] This seems a nice idea. I'd like some more nature in AW.

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Cubic

>Rolu
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Bots get boring...

Feb 7, 1999, 7:38pm
[View Quote] Maybe not.
But does it have to be in AW??
No thanxx.

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Cubic

>Rolu
>
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Bots get boring...

Feb 8, 1999, 1:02pm
[View Quote] When I say AW I mean Active Worlds.
And 'active' does not necessarily mean that everything that can be done has
to be done, in my opinion.

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Bots get boring...

Feb 9, 1999, 8:29am
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What I meant is: If something makes aw more active it does not necessarily
mean it also makes it better.

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Cubic

Bots get boring...

Feb 9, 1999, 8:30am
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Did I say so?
Of course I don't have to.
At least I don't lower anyone's framerate..

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Cubic

Cool stuff...

Feb 9, 1999, 8:33am
[View Quote] What a coincidence that everyone always misses your points.
Makes me wonder where/who/what the problem is..

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Cool stuff...

Feb 10, 1999, 8:53pm
[View Quote] I never blame other people for misunderstanding me.
Or at least I don't make a big deal of it.
Eep would be capable of setting up a separate newsgroup for verbaly
punishing ppl who misunderstood him.
Or at least you could fill a whole newsgroup whit all the posts in which he
does that. ;-)

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Cubic

>Sorry cubic... didn't mean any harm :)
>
>[Anticipation] No, it DOES NOT yield for me!
>
>--
>Dean-Christian Strik ("Fluxen") -- dean2 at bigfoot.com -- ICQ #11760568
>"Real programmers like vending machine popcorn. Coders pop it in the
>microwave oven. Real programmers use the heat given off by the CPU. They
can
>tell what job is running just by listening to the rate of popping."
>
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I want joystick support! with programmable buttons, etc.! (nt)

Jan 24, 1999, 11:33am
[View Quote] Stop the 'sport'-bullshit.
Are you trying to imitate Eep?

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Cubic
ICQ - 18557607
cubic at mediaport.org
http://welcome.to/cubic

>The nice thing of standards is that there are so many to choose from.
>-- Andrew S. Tanenbaum
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I want joystick support! with programmable buttons, etc.! (nt)

Jan 24, 1999, 6:42pm
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Well I don't.
It sounds belittling and arrogant.

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Cubic
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>The nice thing of standards is that there are so many to choose from.
>-- Andrew S. Tanenbaum
>
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I want joystick support! with programmable buttons, etc.! (nt)

Jan 25, 1999, 8:18pm
[View Quote] You don't need actual flames to adress someone in a negative way.
As you probably know.

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Cubic
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http://welcome.to/cubic

>The nice thing of standards is that there are so many to choose from.
>-- Andrew S. Tanenbaum
>
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I want joystick support! with programmable buttons, etc.! (nt)

Jan 26, 1999, 6:24am
[View Quote] Mmm... I don't know how you interpret 'pimp' but the meaning I know isn't
really appropriate here.
It has something to do with golden necklaces and big fat Mercedeses with
kinky wheels ;-)

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Cubic
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>The nice thing of standards is that there are so many to choose from.
>-- Andrew S. Tanenbaum
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>is
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Mars

Jan 22, 1999, 5:37am
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Good idea!
It's a very cool world.
Too bad so few ppl go there.
If I'm in aw the usual number of current visitors is 0.

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Cubic
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Mars

Jan 22, 1999, 12:06pm
[View Quote] No I said mostly the number of visitors is 0.
That is of course before I enter. As soon as I enter there's 1 visitor ;-)


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Cubic
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>The nice thing of standards is that there are so many to choose from.
>-- Andrew S. Tanenbaum
>
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Mars

Jan 23, 1999, 9:45am
[View Quote] Good idea!!
Maybe we cud do some shiftwork, so that there's at least 1 person all the
time ;-)
Who volunteers??

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Cubic
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Multiple Object paths

Jan 22, 1999, 5:38am
[View Quote] Well at least if you have yer own world it's no problem.
If not then I don't know, really.

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URL's

Jan 30, 1999, 9:22pm
[View Quote] Ok let's exchange them.
I know a lot of ways too.
Come to A'mart and visit my geno-sui-homo-cide-FAQ-shop!!!

Litlle example of 'extra security'
Drink 3 gallons of dissolved rat-poison. Then jump into a 300ft deep
snake-pit and then while falling use a shotgun to hit the bag filled with
nitroglycerine that you put in your mouth just before you jumped.
Make sure the bottom of the pit is made of glass so you'll fall right
through it into the ice-cold shark-pool that will be put under 220V 2minutes
after you jump.

Just joking ;-)

P.S.: View the complete Suicide FAQ at the Humor-section of my homepage (the
url is in my sig).

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Cubic
ICQ - 18557607
cubic at mediaport.org
http://welcome.to/cubic

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URL's

Jan 31, 1999, 1:57pm
[View Quote] That is : if you succeed. So be sure to read the suicide FAQ on my humor
page.
Cuz if you fail killing yourself you usually *do* get to go to prison for
it.
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Cubic
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cubic at mediaport.org
http://welcome.to/cubic

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better audio mixing

Jan 25, 1999, 8:20pm
[View Quote] The problem is the thing has to be re-uploaded every time it's updated.
The updating itself is no problem, that's right...

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better audio mixing

Jan 26, 1999, 6:25am
[View Quote] Not a problem.
But it's more work.
BTW: If you upload it every time you update it we'd get kindof a
Winamp-situation here: 3 new versions per week ;-)

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Cubic
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http://welcome.to/cubic


>The nice thing of standards is that there are so many to choose from.
>-- Andrew S. Tanenbaum
>
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better audio mixing

Jan 26, 1999, 6:27am
[View Quote] I don't meany that it costs a thing.
I mean that it takes time and effort tu opload it. And more important: if
you re-upload it with every update the version numbers would rruuunnn up!

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Cubic
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http://welcome.to/cubic

>A good review of free web page providers is at:
>http://www.digiweb.com/~maxlee/FWPReview/
>
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better audio mixing

Jan 28, 1999, 2:18pm
[View Quote] I think that's what Eep said too.
The difference is that the 'IMHO-degree' of Eep's messages is usually a bit
lower than yours ;-)

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Cubic
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>[ Fluxen Dean-Christian Strik ]
>[ ICQ: 11760568 ISG RhinoSoft ]
>[ fluxen at bigfoot.com dean2 at bigfoot.com ]
>
>The nice thing of standards is that there are so many to choose from.
>-- Andrew S. Tanenbaum
>
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better audio mixing

Jan 29, 1999, 5:02am
[View Quote] >Exactly. Kids (i.e. immature people) new to programming (and web design)
just like to have some
>sort of sense of accomplishment, so version numbers give this dillusion—er,
sense—that what
>they're making actually MEANS something...at least to them.

If it means nothing to you why do you make a problem of Rolu updating it
'only' once a week?
And of course Rolu thinks it means something. Otherwise he wouldn't bother
updating it at all.

>Anyway, Cubic and Rolu, look at my RenderWare news/updates page
(http://tnlc.com/rw/updates.html)
>and you'll see that updating a website isn't that hard once you get a
system down. Rolu's page is
>SMALL compared to my site, for example, yet I had more updates in the same
amount of time than
>him. I also run a Tomb Raider level editor site, which also has an updates
page (at
>http://tnlc.com/eep/tr/updates.html).

Wow, wow..
Quite proud of yerself, aren't ya?
Pffrt... As if the amount of updates says something about whether it means
something.
As you already said yourself (I think in an other reply): with programs
frequent updates rather indicate buggyness than quality-programming ;-)

> Then there are pages I don't have an updates for, but I
>still change the "last modified" date up top.

Ok, that's another way to keep updates recognizable then.
Does that mean you have to criticize every other way??

Why do you always have to mix your message with arrogance and sarcasm?
Maybe you could be a bit more *con*structive...

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Cubic
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better audio mixing

Jan 29, 1999, 5:05am
[View Quote] In that case you wouldn't notice when new things have been added to the
list.
Version numbers on the opposite, are recognizable.
Unless of course you release a new version every day...

And maybe using the date as 'version#' *is* indeed a better idea.
But the way dean and eep bring it, it's not an idea but more like forcing
there opinion through.

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Cubic
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better audio mixing

Jan 29, 1999, 4:43pm
[View Quote] Is it so crazy? How long is he doing this awfwwl anyway?
I he'd update it more often you'd lose track of all these updates and you
probably wouldn't take an effort anymore to even take a look at it whit
every update. And that would be a pitty.

bother
>
>Exactly my point: Rolu's still a "kid" when it comes to webmastering.

Aaargh...
Why is he a kid? Because he doesn't bother to update every time he goes
online?
You call everyone a kid who doesn't do things the way you'd do it. If
everyone reasoned that way we'd be forever youn ;-)

(http://tnlc.com/rw/updates.html)
system down. Rolu's page is
same amount of time than
updates page (at
>
>Yes, actually. I'm proud of ALL my accomplishments. Aren't YOU proud of all
YOUR accomplishments?

Why would you be proud? There's a difference between confidence and
proudnes..
I think it's quite self-centered to be proud of every line you draw.. That
creates the sterotype of a 007-movie-kinda-psycho-person.

"Wow! Look what I did! Ain't I b-r-i-l-l-i-a-n-t !?!" <stares at the drawing
he made by wiping the shit from his shoes to the door-mat>

Personally, I don't see a need to be proud of everything I do. With most
things: it only starts meaning something as soon as yur not the only one who
appreciates the things you do.

Besides, I don't use the way I feel about my own deeds to critisize
everything someone else does.
What I mean: You can be proud without being destructive.

means something. As you already said yourself (I think in an other reply):
with programs frequent updates rather indicate buggyness than
quality-programming ;-)
>
>Indeed. However, webmastering isn't programming, but scripting.

I am not the one that brought the word programming into this thread.

>
>Yes. I wouldn't be fair if I didn't. :) Don't worry; I'm just as hard on
myself as I am with everyone else.
>
>
>Constructiveness is relative. I usually give both extremes to people and
let them decide where to take it from there. It's interesting to note
people's responses, too. It's kind of like a game, see...

I thought so already.
One can't *seriously* be so stubborn.

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Cubic
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better audio mixing

Jan 30, 1999, 7:03am
[View Quote] That's what you are making of it.
He uses it to make clear the difference between the updates.
Obviously you think using the date for that is a better idea.
Well, maybe Rolu doesn't think so...

>I suggest you read past threads and recapture the point.

>
>I call everyone a kid who acts like a kid relative to my perspective.
You'll get to that point
>someday...

Let's hope not.

>after you've thought long and hard about things no one else normally thinks
and couldn't give a
>shit about...
>
(http://tnlc.com/rw/updates.html)
system down. Rolu's page is
same amount of time than
updates page (at
all YOUR accomplishments?
That
>
>What's self-centered to you may be self-esteem to another. Wee...
>
who
>
>The sign of someone who needs external gratification...
>
>
>Destructiveness is relative. Wee. What you consider destructive, others may
consider
>CONstructive. It's all relative, sport.

Yep it is. But I think the group of people who find your critisizing replies
constructive is relatively small.

means something. As you already said yourself (I think >>in an other reply):
with programs frequent updates rather indicate buggyness than
quality-programming ;-)
>
>Right. You're just the one who misunderstood its context (as usual).

Programming is just an example. I think you understand that; cuz u used the
word yurself.
As soon as I use it you automatically assume I misunderstood it. THat's what
I call destructive.

Plz start assuming I mean it the seem way you do.

>
>Seriousness is also relative. Taking notes yet? Step out of your
narrowminded mindset and see
>existance from simultaneous multiple perspectives.

Narrowminded? Looks like you're getting acquainted with yourself..

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better audio mixing

Jan 30, 1999, 7:05am
[View Quote] That was not what I meant: my point was the difference in 'tone' between
your and eep's message.
I didn't mean to grab you on the point that you 'repeated' eep's text ;-)

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Cubic
ICQ - 18557607
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>The nice thing of standards is that there are so many to choose from.
>-- Andrew S. Tanenbaum
>
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