*shrugs* a lot of things... I tend to spend a lot of
my time talking to computers, nowadays... what
interests me about the extropian movement is the
wealth of knowledge and the interesting discussions...
plus the occaisonal popcorn-worthy debate:)
But I suppose you could say I'm a general
technophile... and a just about everything else-ophile
as long as I'm on about it- science, SF, fantasy,
writing, reading, webpage programming, invention,
ideas, philosophy... anything that involves my mind
and occaisonally interesting toys:)
Oh, hey, as long as I'm on about interesting toys... I
just started playing with Starlogo today, and was
wondering whether anyone had tried it or heard of it
and had any advice on running it through windows,
since most of the available software (except the two
versions I have) are Mac based... and the two I have
don't *quite* fit with the code they tell me to use on
the tutorial, so I'm having an interesting time, so to
--- James Swayze <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Skye wrote:
> > Actually, I'm not sure how outdated this reply
> > be, since I had to delete and move around and
> > prioritize all sorts of things in my Yahoo
> > but nonetheless, it struck me as rather close to
> > I live in Vancouver, Washington, just north of
> > Portland.
> Skye, Hello
> The thread is only an hour or so old. I live in
> Battle Ground, just north of
> Vancouver. ;) Small world, huh? I'm new to the
> Extropian list. I was invited
> here by John Grigg. We are acquainted via cryonics.
> What brings you to
> "Quod de futuris non est determinata omnino veritas"
> NOSTRADAMUS 15TH Century
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