"Old man, take a look at my life..."
War in La Jolla, seventh year, one hundred and thirty-first entry
I suppose, somewhere around this time of year, is time to change to eighth year. Maybe next time. I leave in March, begin in SD in April, I think PM HPB has the date saved somewhere.
Hey. It's "Gamification" of the comment hierarchy.
Save us both some time, and just send it to me...
Right you are. Being on the SoftImage side, that chronology is fuzzier to me.
Still have an Indigo R4400 Elan here, under the desk...
Interesting, your take on SoftImage as related to the games world. XSI was after my folks were all driven away by the 3.x taper...
SoftImage was king. Alias Wavefront was a powerful contender, with different strengths and weaknesses.
Microsoft bought SoftImage, as a part of the effort to displace high-end Unix workstations with PC's running NT. It was all over, but the shouting. Alias transformed Wavefront into Maya in roughly this timeframe, while MS starved out "dot release" life support on SoftImage...
He also abhorred the violent creation of the Israeli nation, and was actively anti-Zionist.
Yet his work has been captured by the Hebrew University, and is used to glorify a nation who's creation he saw as tragic, and who's establishment he repudiated.
Kurzweil is Lex Luthor.
Still near the pump house? Is Pannikin still open?
Or Keyser Sose?
War in La Jolla, seventh year, one hundred and thirtieth entry
Crystal Scripture Dot Pattern
69. Make your own joke.
You mean "certificate".
Probably, they are not.
NSA has been doing hash collisions in MD5 space to get past this niggle. Your company, probably not. Yet.