HXA7241

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a personal site initiated in 2003
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About

a vague, apocryphal, and soi-disant description of the author

What

This site is a collection of things I have produced: including software, articles, book transcriptions, and other bits and pieces.

The name HXA7241 takes its pattern from the film THX-1138:

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“How shall the new environment be programmed? It all happened so slowly that most people failed to realise that anything had happened at all.”

Who

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Mostly, I have been writing software for various platforms and languages – for many years. (Here is the most ancient code I still have.) I am usually in Northern Europe.

But really: I am less than 0.5% different from anyone else genetically, and just as ordinary experientially – so look around, pick anyone, and you will have a fairly good picture of me.

Contact

Web
http://www.hxa.name/
Email
hxa7241+www (ατ) googlemail (dοτ) com
Twitter
http://twitter.com/hxa7241
GitHub
http://github.com/hxa7241
Last.fm
http://www.last.fm/user/hxa7241

Surroundings

pictures

Not photos – that would be too mundane. Here are some synthetic renderings (made with one of my old renderers) of my study, where this website was made:

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both luminaires switched on
study2 thumbnail
only desklamp switched on

other