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Oh, what a tangled web

June, 2004

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    Solitude

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    Oetho rushed out the doorway at the base of the stone tower. His gray hair whipped in the wind and his black cassock snapped. He held his arm up to shield his face, but the wind still bit at his eyes and ears. Wincing, he forced his way across the small...
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    More Posts, Less Filling

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    I'll be the first to admit that the quality of my posts have been stretched a bit thin in the last few weeks. It seems that all the good posts of the past came on days where that might have been the only post made, sometimes in the midst of a complete...
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    Solitude - Part XV

    Read Parts I , II , III , IV , V , VI , VII , VIII , IX , X , XI , XII , XIII , XIV Before their very eyes the homestead took shape; the forest, the hills and the small babbling brook. The stone took on detail, the field grew a fence. Colors blended...
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    Xen: SQL in the mainstream

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    The X#/Xen (newly renamed c-omega) programming language has built in facilities to query data structures and databases. I had the pleasure to work on that project, implementing all the query features. The XML query features looked a bit like OPath from...
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    The Big Time

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    Finally, The Wayward Weblog has made it to the big time . Or it will have by the time you read this . Shares of wayward are going on sale soon. Get in on the ground floor! There will never be a better time than right now. It's all Heather's fault. ...
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    Solitude - Part XIII

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    Read Parts I , II , III , IV , V , VI , VII , VIII , IX , X , XI , XII For a long while no one talked. Amana heaved with sobs. Oetho held his eyes closed and tried to concentrate, seeking a solution. He was certain there was something he was missing...
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    Solitude - Part XIV

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    Read Parts I , II , III , IV , V , VI , VII , VIII , IX , X , XI , XII , XIII Oetho stood dumbfounded. Around him everything seemed fluid and improbable. The zone of grass flowed outward as new blades lifted up. In the distance, he saw shapes, tall...
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    Solitude - Part I

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    Oetho rushed out the doorway at the base of the stone tower. His gray hair whipped in the wind and his black cassock snapped. He held his arm up to shield his face, but the wind still bit at his eyes and ears. Wincing, he forced his way across the small...
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    Solitude - Part XII

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    Read Parts I , II , III , IV , V , VI , VII , VIII , IX , X , XI Oetho tried to smile but it was too much effort. Instead, he closed his eyes and fell unconscious, deep into a sound sleep, dreaming of better things. He awoke much later to another...
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    The Wayward Way of Life

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    The pressure has been building since the beginning of the month. The race is on to prove who has the right stuff, and who is just a wannabe, an amateur. It wouldn't be so difficult but the challengers are many and they are gunning for me. You see, your...
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