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12 October 2004 @ 09:06 am
This is what happens when you spend too much time testing  
No more IE on my home computer, 'cause I didn't enjoy spending hours cleaning out spyware last night. I have a very basic version of Mozilla that I might tweak or add to later, though first I will probably spend some time playing with my LJ layout. I need to do something programmery.

Some other stuff I want to get around to:
1) Programming a game- anything- in either C++ or Java. Hopefully something nice and graphical. I didn't learn much about graphics in C++, so that might sway me to Java (teh h0rr0r!)

2) Learning Flash. Seems to be right up my alley, if only I can find a way around the inherent annoyingness associated with coding in it.

3) Getting away from Windows. Obvious problem here is that Nick would kill me. Maybe I could just have a dual-boot for when we want to LAN or something. Is that possible?

I need a reliable Mac emulator. t3knomanser has gotten me thinking of a series of games I used to have when I was exclusively a Mac user (up 'til the age of 16): "Dark Castle" and "Beyond Dark Castle." They were hysterical. Does anyone else know what I'm talking about?
Current Mood: anxiousanxious
Current Music: 3 Doors Down
mqstout on October 12th, 2004 07:03 am (UTC)
http://www.zophar.net/mac.html I had decent luck with Basilisk. I remember playing Pax Imperia in it. vMac I had problems with. Avoid Executor. I think I still have a Motorola ROM image around I dumped off my old Mac that's still in my parent's closetery.