Thank God summer is here. DoubleMirrors.com
is currently undergoing renovation. . JediNet has been
redone, and the JediNet mailing list has finally started. I plan on swimming
with the Dolphins of the Red Sea as much as I can this summer, and hopefully
do a lot more underwater photography work. I will post the results at DolphinNet and probably start a 3rd page of
the Image gallery as well.
I'm open to any suggestions regarding additions to this
site. DoubleMirrors.com now has unlimited space, so the canvas is infinite.
The only limitation is bandwith and how fast I can work (or how many demons
get in the way). My 80 mhz PowerMac 8100 (highly sooped with fully expanded
sampler and 56 megs of RAM), though fastest available when I bought it
nearly 3 years ago, is now dwarfed by new 300 mhz processors. No complaints
here though- my R2 unit has gotten my through hell and beyon: it spit out
a CD ROM, a music audio CD, a portfolio worth of digital prints, a book,
Jerusalem techno (i just finished a couple of new trax with some kickass
samples, including voice messages left by Kevin Mitnick. I will
post it up to 303Net and JediNet as soon as I finish it), and oh yeah.
. a web site (the closer I get to finishing my Project, the harder the
challange is getting. When I finally put my whole life onto the 650 megs
of a CD ROM, I had to start all over again (DoubleMirrors.com was born
on Nov 1 '96) using a tenth the space and the sloooooow motion of the web
via 28.8 modem . . . sysyphus thought he had it rough!
For easier navigation through the more than 100 pages
on DoubleMirrors.com, a site outline has recently
Please e-mail me if you find any links that don't work
or other bugs.
If any of you followed the Deap
Blue/Kasporav match check out my essay recently added to the cyber-spirit
site on the implications of the Deap Blue victory.
DoubleMirrors.com, including the 6 sub-directories, has
now attracted 5,092 indivual hosts (distinct users) since 2/1/97.
But is anyone reading this?
5/15/97 5:09 pm Jerusalem time.