Subject: MAX Digest - 9 May 1998 to 10 May 1998
Date: Mon, 11 May 1998 00:00:31 -0400
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Topics of the day:

  1. km [call 4ac submissivz]
  2. MacCentral reports:  Developers: AppletVIEW Toolkit 1.0 now out

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Date:    Sun, 10 May 1998 07:05:25 -0600
From:    =cw4t7abs 
Subject: km [call 4ac submissivz]

>Subject: Re: Top 10^21

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>You're such a cute little boy anti-orp.

now.dzen she sa!d . zomwhat kalmr . [a10]
"an eczplanat!on !f u plz. + 1 kategor!kl 1. [a10]
whatz dze !dea. whatz !t all about. who dze dev!l !z dzat !ns!de dze
w!nd!ng-sheet" [a10]

> But if you want to start quoting
>reviews, I got 15 including 2 national magazines,

http://www.wired.com/news/news/culture/story/11678.html
b!tz 4 untermenschen

>but I have little
>sensitivity about clogging up the bandwidth.

bash$

dd if=3D/dev/zero of=3D/zucz/_madonna bs=3D1024 count=3D1024
dd if=3D/dev/zero of=3D/zukx/akademia bs=3D1024 count=3D1024
dd if=3D/dev/zero of=3D/sucz/amerikka bs=3D1024 count=3D1024
dd if=3D/dev/zero of=3D/lakx/kapitlzm bs=3D1024 count=3D1024
dd if=3D/dev/zero of=3D/lacz/_revieuz bs=3D1024 count=3D1024

sync

delete cccelf

^c                           [[[[rezultat :=3D falsch]]]]

char ::=3D ascii0 | ascii1 |...| ascii127

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>By the way,)to answer your request for the URL of those brave people saving
>the whales |in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, why don't you try
>http://www.|greenpeace.org.  I guess that was a little tough for you to
>decipher eh )CODE BOY?  Duhhh.
            /
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>Project4NewMusic  !=3D new cassette composition.  one-hour tape piece for
>cassette,
>cassette player, and listener.
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>DEA.TH [call for submissions]
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>Cheers,
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Date:    Sun, 10 May 1998 17:59:17 -0400
From:    by way of Tom Ritchford 
Subject: MacCentral reports:  Developers: AppletVIEW Toolkit 1.0 now out

"AppletVIEW Toolkit allows creation of graphical user interfaces for
accessing and controlling electrical or mechanical systems over the
Internet or corporate intranets...[with Java applets]"

Not directly Max but probably interesting to a lot of hardware hackers on
this list.

Developers: AppletVIEW Toolkit 1.0 now out
 by MacCentral Staff
 Sunday, May 10, 1998
 http://www.maccentral.com/news/9805/10.applet.shtml

 Nacimiento Software Corporation has made available AppletVIEW Toolkit 1.0,
a software system for creating Java applets to communicate through virtual
instrumentation servers to instruments and physical devices over the Web,
according to MacTech Magazine.

 AppletVIEW Toolkit allows creation of graphical user interfaces for
accessing and controlling electrical or mechanical systems over the
Internet or corporate intranets.Using the AppletVIEW Toolkit, engineers and
scientists can create Java applets as "virtual front panels" to existing
instrumentation systems. The AppletVIEW Toolkit is a cross-platform
solution which allows standard Web browsers to be used to control and
monitor experiments, processes, machines, test equipment, instruments, and
physical devices remotely from anywhere in the world.

 The Toolkit doesn't require the user to do any Java programming, but
automatically generates Java applets which allow clients to view and
control remote instrumentation systems through a web browser. With it,
sliders, knobs, graphs and other user interface controls are simply dragged
and dropped within the included applet building tool.

 The user interface controls and resulting applets, implemented as Java
Beans, contain built-in capabilities to communicate over networks with
standard instrumentation software packages such as National Instruments'
LabVIEW and LabWindows, Microsoft's Visual Basic, and C++.

 AppletVIEW Toolkit 1.0 is available now directly from Nacimiento Software
Corporation. For ordering and additional info, go to
http://nacimiento.com/appletview.

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