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Sunday, January 04, 2004



Carrie-Anne Moss
Carrie Spencer on MODELS INC.
Carrie-Anne Moss moved to Europe at age 20 to pursue a career in modeling. While working in Spain, she landed a regular role in the television series "Dark Justice," which was produced in Barcelona for the first season. Ms. Moss moved to Los Angeles the following year when the series switched shooting locations.
In addition to appearing in numerous commercials, her television credits include the series "Matrix" and a guest starring role in "L.A. Law."
Most recently, Ms. Moss appeared in the feature film "The Soft Kill" and in the play "Outward Bound" at the Hudson Theater in Los Angeles.
The youngest of two children, Ms. Moss grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia. Born August 21, she is single and currently resides in Los Angeles

posted by Peter Harris  # 2:50 pm

Saturday, January 03, 2004

World of Ends
What the Internet Is and
How to Stop Mistaking It
for Something Else.
Doc Searls and
David Weinberger
Last update: 4.28.03


posted by Peter Harris  # 11:41 pm

Thursday, January 01, 2004

Transcriptors Hydrulic Reference turntable
at least that's what it used to be called
when I bought mine in the seventies...
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a remarkable
history from a family member..
My father Mr David Gammon ran Transcriptors Ltd From 1963-1981.He design The Hydraulic Reference Turntable/The Saturn Turntable/The Round Table/The Skeleton/and The Transcriber.My father employed J A Mitchell as a jobber,doing various jobe for my father.When my father move Transcriptors from England to Ireland in 1973,he gave J AMitchell the rights to manufacture the Hydraulic Reference.To this very day Mr J Mitchell has not payed my father.We then move to America in 1974 where we sold the Skeleton in thousands.J A Mitchell has never designed any of the turntables which my father designed.Also the rounded feet were the first as my father had designed them,the so called 'bull horns' came later when my father gave J A Mitchell permission to manufacture the Reference.Also in a few months i will be getting Transcriptors up and running to provide Service/Spares/and repairs for the above turntables.If you would like to know more about Transcriptors then please drop me a line as my father is still alive and well.

Andy: He uses or used one

posted by Peter Harris  # 11:14 pm

IMAX Dome Theatre

The first release for this theatre is underlined here
WE ARE BORN OF STARS is the first Anaglyph single projector 3D film created for IMAX/IMAX Dome projection. Using computer graphics, the film traces the development of life from the formation of atomic nuclei in stars to the molecular structure of water and DNA, zooming the audience through the five-billion-year evolution of our solar system.

Written and co-produced by Roman Kroitor of IMAX Corporation. Computer animation by Dr. Nelson Max of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Dr. Koichi Omura of Osaka University, Japan, and Colin Low of the National Film Board of Canada for the Fujitsu Pavilion at the International Exposition at Tsukuba, Japan, 1985.

posted by Peter Harris  # 10:26 pm

Tuesday, December 30, 2003

Includes Code
Just had a go at this
The procedure you describe to include multiple blogs on one page will work only for users with access to a server that supports either CGI, PHP or ASP, or SSI. However, more or less the same effect can be achieved easily by using iframe's - or preferably the [object] tag (the W3C deprecated IFRAME in (X)HTML Strict and it will be removed from future versions).

Instead of the usual stuff, just add the following markup:

(Optionally, add some "width" and "height" attributes etc.)

On the downside: multiple blogs built in this way *will* need body tags, style sheets etc., since these are not inherited from the main page, so the stripped down templates you suggest won't do here. On the upside: this allows for a lot of flexibility. You can use different designs for each 'subblog'.

For your information, I've created a very simple (and still rather ugly - due to some CSS errors I'm to lazy to fix right now) example at sample

posted by Peter Harris  # 1:02 pm


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