edoneel daily - daily stuff on 3D graphics

bioSqueak - sourceforge CV About Downloads Links

I've moved to sdf, a very cool public access unix system. The new url is http://edoneel.chaosnet.org

I used to think I'd find web services interesting, but, you know, after quite a few months I find that outside of work I just can't get excited. Ergo, we will not focus on web services anymore. Maybe Economics? I sure do spend a lot of time reading about that. OTOH, 3D graphics has always really interested me...

30 Apr 2004


Ambrai smalltalk for MacOS X

WheatFarm - Extreme OOP


AgorXchange an online community for discussing and designing a massive multi-player global politics game challenging the violence and inequality of our present political system.

29 Apr 2004

Digital Divide

Bridges.org is an international non-profit organisation that promotes the effective use of ICT in the developing world to reduce poverty and improve people's lives. We tackle the obstacles to effective ICT use throughout society and work with initiatives focused on socio-economic development to help them use ICT to make a Real Impact.


Herds of robotic traffic cones could soon be swarming onto a highway, closing down lanes and slowing the traffic. Shane Farritor is the author.



Xen is a virtual machine monitor for x86 that supports execution of multiple guest operating systems with unprecedented levels of performance and resource isolation.

28 Apr 2004



26 Apr 2004


Benchmarks for old Computers

Adaptive Behavior

SAB2004, From Animals to Animats 8, The Eighth International Conference on the Simulation of Adaptive Behavior Santa Monica (Los Angeles), July 13-17 2004

25 Apr 2004


Nutch an open source search engine

23 Apr 2004


Turing Award Goes to Alan Kay


OpenEXR is a high dynamic-range (HDR) image file format developed by Industrial Light & Magic for use in computer imaging applications.


The main activity of the Artificial Intelligence Special Interest Group (AI SIG) is its Artificial Intelligence Interface Standards Committee (AIISC).

Game AI Page

AI Game wisdom

Craig W. Reynolds has a bunch o'resources on the computer modeling of life-like complex behavior.



Gameboy goes Mobile

The guy who did That

The Xport which lets you interface to you GameBoy Advanced

EPFL's Octopus robot


A book list from the Big Picture

22 Apr 2004


RoadQuiz a Swedish game to help you to learn to drive. It has a nice Gallary


The basic paper for Quantium Crytography. Note that what this really is a secure exchange of keys for a symmetric cryptographic system.

Software Business

From Hack the Planet, Is an avalanche coming? - Avalanche sees a future where its members band together to write their own commercial-grade enterprise software (e.g., call center applications or even office suites) and giving the product to themselves for free.

21 Apr 2004


3D search Engine

Princeton has a shape searcher as well


Why MySQL grew so fast (news from the 2004 MySQL Users Conference)


The Oil we Eat


WebCrawler turns 10


A walk on the SeaSide - a presentation given in Bern on the 20th.

The presentation was given by Lukas Renggli

Furl is a tool for saving, sharing and finding information (you know, the pages you want to save for future reference but then can never find again). At the core, Furl is a place to store content you find on the Internet and know that you can find it again at any time in the future (i.e. articles, product descriptions, web sites, e-commerce receipts, etc.)


Torque Network Gaming Library Released Open Source

I Want To Play the Game I Bought

19 Apr 2004


Chapter 8 Security, primarly for Classified systems

15 Apr 2004

It's Titanic day.


The Warewulf Cluster Project

OSCAR version 3.0 is a snapshot of the best known methods for building, programming, and using clusters.


SIBGRAPI 2004 - 17th Brazilian Symposium on Computer Graphics and Image Processing

14 Apr 2004


Object-relation mapping without the container - Hibernate and Spring


I've pointed to them before, but, the EconoPhysics folks at the Univ of Fribourg, Switzerland, do some interesting work.

Change and Challenges Facing the U.S. Financial System

Technology benefiting Humanity

There goes the neighborhood - about the housing bubble

The Zen of trading



The science of Swarms at Berkeley

Well, not quite, can you spare a few trillion cycles


Beyond VC gives a nice review of Xandros's version of Linux

L4 Linux is a port of the linux kernel to the l4 microkernel


Mac68k Color X server patches from Frederick Bruckman


Review of Real Lives 2004 from Educational Simulations


Design, Features, and Applicability of Solaris File Systems


Confirmation Bias

13 Apr 2004


Models and Metaphors from Biology to Bioinformatics Tools - Nettab 2004. Italy east of Rome 5-7 September

BOSC 2004 is in Glasgow, Scotland, July 29-30, 2004.

Hybrid Metaheuristics (HM 2004) - Valencia, Spain, August 22-24, 2004


Self for MacOS X


MS Learns about big mailing lists. We all learn this one time or another :-)

9 Apr 2004


National Budget Simulation

8 Apr 2004


Bringing up a PPC 970 board

Swarms etc

9th Online World Conference on Soft Computing in Industrial Applications

7 Apr 2004


Beyond Sustainability: From Scarcity to Abundance


2004 EuroBSD Con


Happiness controller game.

05 Apr 2004


Brutal File Manager

01 Apr 2004


A developer's guide to the PowerPC architecture


The new version of SAP DB Software is available now.

Kimball group has stuff about data warehousing


Two "MyGrid" projects. MyGrid is an Open Source grid and grid middleware you can use without incurring multi-mullion dollar costs by commercial grid applications. myGrid is a UK e-Science project involving five UK universities, the European Bioinformatics Institute and many industrial collaborators. The myGrid project aims to exploit the growing interest in Grid technology, with an emphasis on the Information Grid, and provide middleware layers that make it appropriate for the immediate needs of bioinformatics.


MzVim is the Vim editor with an embedded MzScheme interpreter. MzScheme is a lightweight, embeddable, scripting-friendly PLT Scheme implementation. It provides full access to Vim commands and registers, and to VimL built-in variables and functions, so there is no need to execute Vim statements in string literal form. It also features OS-independent threads and an event-handling mechanism which allows Scheme to be used for autocommands, keyboard mappings, and menus.


Contpack - Maximising the Volume Utilisation of Containers


freeCAD 3D CAD with Motion Simulation

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