Zak B. Elep from Daet reported that Ragnarok seems to run on Debian
testing’s WINE. Happy adventuring!
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CompSAt, MISA, The Department of Information Systems and Computer Science and The Ateneo Art Gallery present An IT Forum and Digital ArtSpeak on THE NEW NEW THING : INTERACTIVE MEDIA, INTERACTION DESIGN and PHYSICAL INTERFACES A FREE and PUBLIC Lecture by JAMES CLAR of EYEBEAM ATELIER Straight from New York, USA! on Friday 30 January 2004 4:30-6:00PM CTC 313, Convergent Technologies Center Ateneo de Manila University Loyola Heights, Quezon City James Clar is an American born Filipino raised in Wisconsin, living in New York City for the past 6 years. James Clar received his undergraduate degree from NEW YORK UNIVERSITY'S TISCH SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, studying film with a concentration in 3D animation, and graduated as a honors scholar. Freelancing, he taught corporate web design classes at United Digital Artists. He continued his studies at NEW YORK UNIVERSITY'S INTERACTIVE TELECOMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM. James Clar's physical installation work has focused on using light to display information in a physical space, and to create dynamic light sculptures. Recently, his 3D animation "The Kut Kut Special" was selected to be screened at Siggraph MetroCAF, he was a finals judge for the 6th Annual Philippine Web Awards (www.philippinewebawards.com), and his "3D Display Cube" was chosen to be shown at the New Museum of Contemporary Arts' "Fresh" exhibition. Graduated from ITP, James Clar has recently started a yearlong residency at Eyebeam's Moving Image Division (www.eyebeam.org). Among the things found in his portfolio are Information Design for NikeRunning, 3D animation work for NTT DoCoMo, modelling and animation for the television channel ABC Sports, among others. Further, he is one of the few who hold a certification in Alias|Wavefront Maya. We would like to invite you to take this unique opportunity to listen and participate in this lecture that promises to open your mind to further possibilities and future media technologies. The IT Forum as well as ArtSpeak are a continuing series of lectures given by invited leaders in their field. THE LECTURE IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. If you need further information, please contact Martin Gomez / martin at decode.ateneo.edu Cha Gascon / cha at compsat.org Ramon E.S. Lerma / rlerma at ateneo.edu
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Come to think of it, I think they can do this with a Microsoft Excel
spreadsheet. Instant use, and we can worry about scaling _later_, when
they’re used to an electronic system.