7 Dec 2008, 10:42 by 0k0k0k0
11 May 2008, 11:22 by 0k0k0k0being the total failure in computer science that i am, i shall instead attempt to piece together a few words of thought regarding the evolution of software complexity in relation to storage size.
before the advent of multigigabyte (terabyte nowadays) end-user systems program design often took the utilitarian view, evidenced by lackluster UIs of olde and cumbersome circumlocutions when issuing commands. programmers then had to make do with working in cramped quarters, squeezing in everything of import (the primary functions for their specific tasks) while sacrificing others (all other code for human aesthetic tastes and conveniences - examples of which are status messages, prompt design, the various methods of depicting currently running processes, etc). all within 640-kilobyte machines and even less.
those were the only things computers then can store and operate.
a few decades later give or take a year or so as advances had been made in both hardware and software left, right and center programs…
1 Sep 2006, 04:03 by xcaucaznxFaspitch launched their long overdue debut album on April 21, 2006. The fourteen track CD includes ten full-length songs and four filler tracks, runtime 47:21. The CD itself (label, album art, etc.) is stunning- this is one you won't want to put wear and tear on.
"Make Love" is a hard-hitting opening track. Alternately aggressive and apologetic, Henry's versatile and passionate vocals breathe life into the lyrics. "A Day Before Pisces" is beautifully written both lyrically and musically, loaded with imagery and feeling.
"Dweller", another new song, puts some emphasis on bass, which is normally lost in guitars. Guitarist and backup vocalist Russell Manaloto paired up with Henry to write the lyrics for "Dweller", with fantastic results. It's a piece that screams "sexual frustration", and- as its lyrics suggest- holds nothing back. The transition to "Breathe" is an interesting one, the latter being one of the mellower tracks on the album. …
6 Jul 2006, 14:01 by juicyme1. Put your music player on shuffle.
2. Press forward for each question.
3. Use the title as the answer to each question even if it doesn't make sense. NO CHEATING.
Young and Foolish (Corinne Bailey Rae) - OMG! hahaha
Will you get far in life? Bittersweet Symphony (The Verve)
How do your friends see you? First Date (Blink 182)
Will you get married? A Day Before Pisces (Faspitch) - naks what does this mean? haha
What is your best friend's theme song? Let Me Hold You Down (Bow Wow feat. Omarion) - coolness nyehehe
What is the story of your life? Noise and Kisses (The Used) - nakster! hahahaha
What was high school like? Pump It Up (Joe Budden) - weallyy
How can you get ahead in life? Jenny from the Block (Jennifer Lopez) - labo!
What is the best thing about your friends? Purple Hills (D12) - oi I don't take drugs ha! haha..
What is today going to be like? If It's Lovin that You Want (Rihanna)
What is in store for this weekend? Best Friend (Puff Daddy feat. Mario Winans)