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The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 28

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 · 12 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 28
... plus 5 pages of attachments. [Full text] Campbell was convicted by a Justice of the Peace on March 3 for an incident, over a year ago, in which he pushed down the door locks of a vehicle to delay the warrantless seizure of a news crews videotape [DR#12 | #23]. Of course, the video tape is still unaccounted for. Campbell paid a $315 fine and was condemned to paint the Rachel Senior Center. This appeal is his attempt to weasel out of that duty, as well as prove a principal of some sort, which will p ...

The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 23

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 · 12 Feb 2024
... o of scientific development will probably yield even greater surprises. [To be continued...] Campbell Convicted... And Appeals To no one's great surprise, Glenn Campbell was convicted at his trial on March 3 on misdemeanor obstruction charges [DR#12,19,21]. He was sentenced to a $315 fine plus five days community service at the Rachel Senior Center. Campbell's neighbor Miss Edith, the Senior Center director and its only active member, was tickled when she heard the news. She plans to put Ca ...

SPAG Issue 54

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 · 26 Jan 2024
... hose and always use it. Inform 7 often allows a lot of variation in the way commands are phrased, but you'll have to remember less syntax and your code will be more readable if you pick your favorite way of phrasing each command and stick to it. #12: Comment Everything In a natural language environment, it may seem that comments are redundant. What's the point of writing them when the code is so readable, anyway? Use comments to record your design philosophies. Explain why you're using ...

Play text adventures on printer paper

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 · 22 Jan 2024
... e, to see a printer that talks to you and reacts to your input! I hope you enjoy it, please send me pictures of your setup! See you soon! I hope you've enjoyed this issue, and please keep spreading the word as we embark for another year! 😀 Issue #12 : A printing Z-Machine Here is Issue #12! Thank you for your support and your continued interest in the last year! I had promised a special article, and this is what you're getting today; it took me longer than usual, and I hope you'll like ...

Some “demake” ideas

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 · 22 Jan 2024
This newsletter is almost one year old - isn't that wild? 😀 And even better, its subscriber count has grown every month, and you are now several hundreds to receive my emails every month! To celebrate the occasion, I am preparing a special #12 issue - special as in, I am embarking this month on a very neat project that will take me way more time than usual, and Issue #12's article will be a tutorial with everything you need to replicate it. You won't want to miss it! 😉 My news I h ...

The Sleuth Kit Informer Issue 2

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 · 20 Jan 2024
... o list the partition details from non-Linux systems and file system tools that can take a disk image as input. Future editions of The Sleuth Kit Informer will have steps for dealing with Solaris and BSD disk labels. [Ed: The January 15, 2004 issue ( #12 ) of The Sleuth Kit Informer expands on this article by showing how to use the 'mmls' tool that now comes with The Sleuth Kit.] Copyright © 2003 by Brian Carrier. All Rights Reserved ...

Reading for pleasure Issue 20

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 · 12 Jan 2024
... t. Its publisher, Warner Books, estimates that 500,000 copies were sold in the U.S. in just the first week. The new #1 fiction bestseller has even revived interest in the original: GONE WITH THE WIND is back on the Publishers Weekly bestseller list (#12 as I write this) for the first time in over 50 years. Now we hear that CBS and a consortium of American and European investors has paid nearly $10 million for the film rights. Before this, the highest price paid for screen rights was about $2.5 mill ...

Reading for pleasure Issue 19

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 · 12 Jan 2024
... ng, 1991, $14.95, ISBN 0-670-83566-8) review by Janet Peters "Impersonating the dead is easy"--so begins this young adult novel by the author of such disturbing books as NIGHTLIGHT, SLEEPWALKER, and SAINT PETER'S WOLF (reviewed, respectively, in RFP #12, #16, #18). The dead referred to is Mead, and the impersonator is his best friend Peter. Everyone believes that Mead has simply disappeared, run away for reasons of his own. Only Peter knows that Mead is dead, and that Peter himself is responsible. ...
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