Archive for date: July 27, 2004

Eliza Turns Dirty, Changes Name to Jenny18

July 27, 2004 | Link of the Day | By: Mark VandeWettering

Normally I steer this website away from overtly sexual topics, but I’ll make an exception here. Jenny18 is a version of the classic Eliza program which has been tailored to imitate a sort of dumb-blond cyber sex slave. It relies on the fact that many people talk like complete idiots online, which means that even […]

Aaron Brady, Porno for Pythons – Pixie Weblog Software – Hello & Goodbye

July 27, 2004 | Web Programming | By: Mark VandeWettering

I’m currently using WordPress for this weblog, but I can’t help but feeling that the more that people work on it, the less I’m going to like it. After all, I have rather simple needs, and once those needs are satisfied i don’t really see a huge advantage to adding features that somebody somewhere might […]

Getting back into the groove

July 27, 2004 | Science | By: Mark VandeWettering

The BBC is reporting that scientists Vitaliy Fadeyev and Carl Haber of Lawrence Berkeley Labs are using non-contact means to reconstruct sound from old records and wax cylinders. They have been funded by the Library of Congress to help in their preservation of the 128 million audio iteems in their inventory. You can read a […]