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by unknownfile at 10:27 AM EDT on June 3, 2010
school year almost over! now i can go back to not working on M1 and a million other projects.
by hcs at 2:16 PM EDT on June 3, 2010
Hey, someone design me a collegiate-style shirt that says

FINITE STATE

with the motto "A tradition of transition". If you can work the pun "motto a.k.a. 'regular expression'" in there that'd be a nice bonus. Seal could look something like


I'll front the cost to make a shirt out of it, and we'll split any proceeds.

Alternately find that it already exists and win one (1) internet.
by anewuser at 8:14 PM EDT on June 5, 2010
Working on another high school project about "values" on a specific course at school. They got themselves this fame of being the "most problematic" on the entire school. It's rather small for anyone's standard (701 students, yeap, exactly 701 dunno if they (school board) planned that) but I find them the most intelligent group of students in my, I recognize, small time partly teaching (no teaching job yet but teaching practices, which is about *theorically* 4-6 hours of actual class/lab work, errrrr, and on which I'm highly slacking on it, *see almost last paragrah*).

Curious how I "love" (rather find interesting) the group of students I face at the moment, while every other of the professor approach them with fear, and all these preconceptions.

So back to the topic of values, it'll involve life-stories instead of an expositive only lecture about family, sex, good communication and whatover other aspect of life, social interaction, and even religion you'd consider as a value. Life story, so that they (my students) hear other people their age (I'll bring two 16 and 17 kids) to hear thier past history and how they learned to appreciate other ways to treat people and see life as a whole.

Also, girlies. They can be such a motivating force, though I guess that's not what one would want from people, but it's nice not to always rely on yourself for everything. Ohhhh, I'd rather precipate, motivate internal changes within me and my perspective on life. Oh girlies...

Back to work/part time slacking \o
anewuser

edited 8:23 PM EDT June 5, 2010
Guggenheim's Mistake! Ch 12 by hcs at 10:59 PM EDT on June 5, 2010
Just spent a few hours on some minor edits with my coauthor before pushing out Chapter 12 of The Mushroom Wars: Guggenheim's Mistake!
It can always use more editing, but we try to keep it somewhat rough for that improv/deranged quality. Ch 12 has one of my favorite scenes! Attempted murder and manslaughter and murder! And a man so full of himself he ought to have been named Hugh!

Bris.

Um, there are relatively few puns.

[edit]

It's rather small for anyone's standard (701 students ...

WHAAAAT?! This isn't so much small as it is HUGE. Good luck!

edited 11:01 PM EDT June 5, 2010
by anewuser at 8:48 AM EDT on June 6, 2010
wooopsie! Made a smallish mistake. 701 students enrolled on the entire school, out of which about 70 are directly related to me, and about 35 are the problematic course.

sorry, hehehe.
by hcs at 4:10 PM EDT on June 8, 2010
Are you sure you want to uninstall Microsoft Windows?

And Microsoft Works?

And Microsoft Empty Promises?
by hcs at 3:11 PM EDT on June 10, 2010
Got some code into an update at my new job: Spiceworks 4.7.51900
by bxaimc at 12:42 AM EDT on June 15, 2010
Yay! With me being part of "Class of 2010," I'm finally done with High School. Yay me! :P
by Josh W at 6:18 AM EDT on June 15, 2010
simple xma decoder (link against xmaencoder.lib)


#include <windows.h>
#include <mmreg.h>

class CStreamDecoder {
    public:
        long Initialize(unsigned short const * src, unsigned short const * dest, WAVEFORMATEXTENSIBLE * info);
        long Decode( unsigned long dwStart, unsigned long dwEnd, unsigned long dwLoopStart, unsigned long dwLoopStop, unsigned char bLoopCount);
char dummySpace[1024];
};

int main()
{
    CStreamDecoder dec;    
    dec.Initialize((unsigned short const * )L"input.xma" ,(unsigned short const*)L"output.wav", NULL);
    dec.Decode(0, 0, 0, 0, 0);
}


edited 6:11 PM EDT June 15, 2010
by Mouser X at 11:45 PM EDT on June 15, 2010
This might have already been mentioned on IRC, but since I haven't been on in awhile, I wouldn't know. But I thought it was worth mentioning here.

E3 is going on this week (as I'm sure most of you already know), and Nintendo held their "round table" discussion. Based on this article (see the 7:06 mark), it sounds like there's a very good possibility that the new Zelda will have an orchestrated soundtrack! WooHoo!!! Even if an OST isn't released, we should be able to extract the audio from the disc! Much easier than the hassle that had to be gone through to get the Twilight Princess music!

Anyway, I thought that was well worth posting about, even if people have already heard about it. Mouser X over and out.

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