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Screenshot Amiga Demo: Anarchy | Stolen Data #9

Stolen Data #9

Anarchy

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Code: Kreator
Grafik: Facet, Zoom, Mystik & Kreator
Sound: 4-Mat, Nuke, Maestro, NHP & BKH

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| @f00@t8a third bomb over japan? | @t9in this article, there are several | quotations that may not be properly | as near contact as possible to the | sources in order to save the sense of | several recherches in secret archieves | of the former soviet union brought a | very strange detail to the light of the | day: in 1945, japan eventually offered | a bomb with an atomar nuke - failing | over japan during the final battles - | in 1979, the communist party member | pjotr iwanowitsch titarenko suggested | in a letter to the central commitee, to | inform the world of this third bomb in | order to disturb or even destroy the | growing relationship between the usa | and japan. quotation:"prince takeda | [...] went the late afternoon on the | 27.08.1945 to me and we talked about | half an hour. ... [he told me that] | three bombs were thrown over japan: | one on hiroshima and two on nagasaki, | one of those two did not explode." | @^@f00@t9this incredible letter was found in | late 1990 by the moscowitian journalist | igor morosow, aged 31. when regarding | the position of the japanese after | their capitulation - in case there has | been a third bomb - this offer is not | further astounding, because they | themselves were not able to use this | bomb anymore. on the one hand they had | the opportunity to hand the bomb back | to the usa, on the other hand, however, | strategically it seemed to be more | logical to offer this horrible weapon | to the soviet union, because a atomar | monopoly on side of the americans could | lead to a total military dependency of | yet only a single letter seems to be a | vague basis to verify the possibility | of a third bomb, but already in 1973 | the historic-scientist georgij | plotnikow found a secret telegram of | @^the same day. it contained the order | to bring the "bomb that did not | detonate, transported from nagasaki to | tokio" to the sowjet embassy. in a | further note from this embassy, he | later found a line, in which the | vice-foreignminister solomon losowski | was told that, "the japanese are | awilled to deliver the a-bomb." | seemingly it is not very likely that a | secret third bomb has been thrown over | japan, but it is also not impossible, | although officials of the "manhattan | project" described severe problems with | bringing along the needed mass of | plutonium for this bomb. maybe the | japanese only found one of the socalled | "pumpkins" which were used to prepare | the "final blow", but at last when | being in possession of the a-bomb, the | soviets must identify the | misunderstanding. one feature, | @^@f00@t9however, making all the speculations | likely, is the fact that only within | four years, the russians already were | in possession of their own a-bomb. | well, probably we will never know, | wether this was only the product of | titarenko's imagination or if this | third bomb was reality. i shall think | that there would be several | disturbances in the japanese-american | relation, if this bomb really existed, | so let us hope that this was not the | case, because we all could be affected | @f00@t8 "the little dead girl" | @t4 i'm knocking at your door, | - at how many do@t7,08 | @^@f05@t1@camiga demo effects | @f03@ta@can explanation of them all | @f05@t2@cvector graphics | @t1@ca series by bob / the sd team | @t4 the most regular question people who | want to code demos ask guys who do code | demos is `how do you do vectors'? if i | could only have had 10 pounds for every | time someone has asked me, i definately | would not have a problem finding the | money to buy stamps and blank disks. | so what i intend to do over the next | few issues of stolen data is to explain | the mathematical fundamentals of | vectors and how they work. i will | include very little actual 68000 source | code just how the maths for them work. | the idea of this article series is not | to merely give you the source to rip | off and put into your demos but the | idea is to actually teach you a few | things about how vectors work. | @^@t1 modelling your objects in a 2d or 3d | @t1 coordinate world | @t4 at the heart of almost any method of | geometric modelling is the corrdinate | system. this gives us a way of | representing positions in 2d and 3d | space by means of a set of numbers. to | avoid ambiguity, the numbers must be | put in a generally agreed order; for | example the point represented in a | coordinate system by (1,2) is quite | different to the point represented as | (2,1). the coordinate system is a | framework for properly locating points | and one form of these frameworks is a | pair or triple of axes (depending on | required) set orthogonally to one | right angles in a way that the lines | @^@t4forming the corners are at right | angles. there are a variety of other | possible coordinate systems that can be | used to describe objects but we will | stick to the normal form known as | cartesian coordinate system - a name | derived from that of descartes a french | mathematician guy. | @t4 for a 2d cartesian system, just two | axes are needed and it is customary for | these to be arranged so that the first | number in the coordinate pair is | represented on a horizontal axis with | numbers increasing towards the right, | and the second number, on a vertical | axis with numbers increasing in the | upwards direction, and this is the | convention i will be using in this | vector graphics tutorial. the point | @^(0,0) where the axes intersect is | called the origin. points in the | coordinate system can be represented as | positive or negative numbers or as | decimal fractions, although a coder | should never need to use decimal | fractions when designing vector | @t4 in 3d coordinate systems, three axes | are needed; the two required for 2d, | plus a third which is set at right | angels from these. whilst the first | two coordinates are normally | represented in the same way as in the | 2d case, the third coordinate can be | represented in one of two ways. if we | think of the 2d part of the coordinate | system as lying on a table the third | axis is the one represented by looking | @^@t4straight down on the table from your | system. the third axes coordinates can | increase or decrease as they are going | from the origin to your eye depending | on whether you are using what is known | as a left hand or a right hand system. | i always use the left handed system, | i.e the value will increase as the | point travels away from your eye. it | is however, as you will no doubt | realize an easy programming excercise | to convert a left hand coordinate | system to a right hand coordinate | @t1 translation (in order to move the | @t1 object to its correct position) | @^simply add the amount of movement in | the x-direction to all x-coordinates of | the model and the amount of movement in | y-coordinates. we can do this directly | so that, given a movement in the | x-direction of xmv and a movement in | the y-direction of ymv, the new | coordinates can be calculated from the | old by means of the formulae : | @t4 note that it is only sufficient to | translate only the end points of the | lines for the whole figure to move to | its new position and that if xmv is | negative then we shift to the left. if | ymv is negative then we shift down. | @t4 if the point (xold,yold) is rotated | about the origin by a degrees, the new | position has coordinates (xnew,ynew) | @t4 to rotate an object clockwise we use | negative values of a and to turn it | anticlockwise we use positive angles. | @t4 we can scale an object equally in the | x and y directions, in which case its | size (and perhaps its postition | relative to the origin) changes but its | proportions remain the same. | @^alternatively, we can scale the x and y | coordinates by different amounts and | this has the effect of changing size, | proportions and, possibly, position. | scaling is achieved by multiplying each | appropriate scaling factor. thus : | @t4 scaling factors greater than 1 | stretch the figure, those between 0 and | 1 shrink it. negative scaling factors | produce a variety of reflections, | experiment with values for the best | @t4 the shearing tranformation has the | effect of translating different parts | of an object by different amounts so | that distortion results. shear in the | y-direction is given by : | @t4shear in the x-direction is given by : | @t4 next times formulae will include some | 3d rotation and shearing. also i will | give you some basic circle equations | and some lovely eclipse equations which | basicly work by instead of calculating | @^your points by using just one radius | you calculate your points by using 2 | radius, ie one that goes from the | middle point to the top and one that | goes from the middle point to the left | or right hand side. with some nifty | fast code you can manage to do | bouncing, squashing circles which are | actually eclipses. more next time, so | for now adios amigos. | @t1 article series by | bob/sd editing team | (and coding personage!) | dan,paradroid,kreator and all the | other coders in the u.k who are so | good they make me cry | @t2 (you bastards hehehehehehe!)... | pleaded for his dead. his | wounds have never closed fully... | so, let us listen to what the hibakusha | tell us. this quotation is from | @t7nishimoto setsuko@t4 (then aged 45), | mother of eight children. she lost her | husband on thpp20 | eft handed system, | i.e the value will increase as the | point travels away from your eye. it | is however, as you will no doubt | realize an easy programming excercise | to convert a left hand coordinate | system to a right hand coordinate | @t1 translation (in order to move the | @^@f03@t1@cwhat beer should be served with which meals | @f00@t8 by henning brau (rokdazone), | hergen oltmann (higgie) & michael reich | @t4 yet again the stolen data team and | friends did not spare neither expense | nor enthusiasm to support you with a | very interesting, astounding and | utterly uncreative new report: @t6the | obligatory beertesting. | @t4 yuk! while one looong | managed to test at least 13 different | beers for you. well, i am afraid, we | have lost some results while our way | back home... the results of each | tester have been written down exactly | in minutes on the backside of a | party-invitation. following beers took | part in the contest: | @t7 1. rolinck pilsener - 0,3 litre | 2. jever pils - 0,5 " | 3. haake beck (maibock) - 0,5 " | 6. elephant beer - 0,5 " | 7. eku special - 0,5 " | 9. karlsquell ekelpils - 0,3 " | 10. dortmunder union - 0,5 " | 13. tsing tao - 0,3 " | 15. koenigs pils - 0,3 " | 16. jever pils (again!) - 0,5 " | @^@f00@t4here are the official results of our | well-trained jury... | @t11. rolinck pilsener@t4; 4.7% alc. | @t8blindtest@t4: see comment... | this is a fluffy beer, promising | nothing and therefore holding anything. | uninteresting rather sweet taste. for | people wether with hypersensitive | tasting nerves or those who want to get | pissed without enjoying the beer. | @t8comment@t4: "is the bottle still closed?" | @t12. jever pils@t4; 4.9%alc. | @t8blindtest@t4: jever (yeah!) | gosh! this one is tart as hell. it | remains on ones tung for quite a long | time, reminding the beer-expert of real | sensual pleasure. a slight sweetness | of the after-taste makes the whole | @^thing become round. we love it! for | people, prefering real tart but tasty | beers. if you suffer from a | incontinecia - keep off or you will | experience wet trousers real soon! | @t8comment@t4: "tart-genius. y'cannae touch | @t13. haake beck (maibock)@t4; 6.9% | it smells and tastes sweet. i do not | know how you like sweet beers with | yeast swimming in it, but hergen and me | hate it... to michael it is just a | normal beer. well, let us be fair. | even if you like beers with a lot of | yeast, we would suppose, you buy | something else, tasting not as ugly as | the first thing to say is a little | warning: this beer contains chinin!!! | if you do not mind, however, you will | find a not-so-bad beer with a strong | and somehow aggressive smell. it | tastes like... ehm. well, like... | hmm. difficult to explain, because it | is a mixture of sweet and tart. this | is not very good but still not a waste | @t8comment@t4: "becks loescht penner-durst" | @t8blindtest@t4: holsten (boooh!) | the first australien beer we have | experienced so far. sad just it was | brewed in germansky (eh?). a tart | after-taste stays positively in our | minds, although it contains more yeast | @^than an average pils... quite | @t8comment@t4: "nice can." (michael) | @t16. elephant beer@t4; 7.2% | @t8blindtest@t4: we will not know, because i | did not manage to swallow it... | ah! our favourite beer: cheap, a | lot alcohol and absolutely | undrinkable... we have never | experienced something more ugly than | this one. it is sweeter than sweets | are. with loads of yeast so one get | little hard piece inside ones mouth | when drinking it - blaaarg! this is | the only beer we did not drink to the | @t8comment@t4: "how would you spell the noise | when puking?" (henning) | @t8rating@t4: 1 out of 15 (motoroil tastes | even worse) | @^@f00@t17. eku spezial@t4; 28.0% (stammwuerze) | @t8blindtest@t4: eku spezial (hard to miss) | gosh! this one is the last nail to | our coffin. phew, it is not a beer - | it must be liquor. nothing to add... | drink this if you want to get pissed | with lightspeed. | @t8comment@t4: "mental overkill." (henning) | @t8rating@t4: what shall we do with a | drunken sailor? out of 15 | hm, this one is more drinkable than | the two before. the taste maybe called | sweet-tardy and it brings along a sweet | after-taste, that is not unpleasant at | all. after the two beers before really | good, else nothing special. | @^@t19. karlsquell ekelpils@t4; | as you maybe have guessed, this is | the cheapest beer we have tested and it | tastes like the water in it was taken | out of the rhine in direct | ag-chemistryplants. there is nothing | tasty or natural in it anymore. simply | forget about that... | @t8comment@t4: "karlsquell: the revenge of | @t110. dortmunder union@t4; | yet again a cheap beer, tasting not | as bad as karlsquell but still bad | enough. hergen and me used to drink | this regularly in an age of 15, when we | simply wanted to get pissed and did not | mind about the taste at all. today, | @f00@t4however, i would not dare to give to my | dog. this beer remains quite popular | in the public, because it is so cheap. | it is quite unpopular with me, because | it tastes cheap. | @t8comment@t4: "if this is the original, i do | not want to taste the fake!" (hergen) | too much water on too less | ingredients. tastes like water, smells | like beer. that is all we can say | about it, except: hergen often drinks | it, because it is the best cheap beer | in cans to be found (michael & henning | go:"hmmm") simply average after all. | @t8comment@t4: "holsten knallt am dollsten | (holsten hits the hardest)" (hergen) | @t112. einbecker urbock@t4; 6.5% | ooops. the only time, the jury gets | into deep discussions (if one can call | a fuzz between three pissed guys a | discussion). henning does not like | that beer at all, because of too much | yeast, michael likes it, because of a | lot of yeast and to hergen it does not | matter at all. the only thing we like | to say is: loads of yeast, quite | sweet. judge for yourself. | @t8comment@t4: "ya don't know what yer | @t8rating@t4: somewhere between 3 and 10 out | @t113. tsing tao@t4; can't remember | hey, an asian beer. interesting. | brewed in tsing-tao (surprise!) with | @^@f00@t4the standard ingredients, also a german | beer contains. we got this one from a | china-restaurant in our hometown and , | well, not bad. you see it is not the | beer we usually are used to drink, | because it has a real exotic | after-taste, but with chinese food it | is delicious! we would not suggest to | drink this one only to get pissed (it | is also too expensive, because of being | imported from china), but it is always | nice to stay in the cultural-national | background when eating in foreign | @t8comment@t4: "i like chinese! (remember | monty python?)" (henning) | @t8blindtest@t4: warsteiner (yahoo!) | this one seemingly is the most | drunken beer by scene freaks and calls | itself the 'queen of beer'. queen? | @^well, we do not know. the only thing | we know is that this is one of the best | beers (even though not as good as | jever). it is very well drinkable with | a slight tart taste that is not strong | enough to offend more touchy tongues | than ours. the price is quite normal. | all in all it is a real good beer to | get pissed or to enjoy... | @t8comment@t4: "where is the stone anyway... | @t115. koenigs pilsener@t4; | @t8blindtest@t4: warsteiner again? | like warsteiner and jever, this is a | high quality beer and also quite tart, | but still enjoyable to everyone. the | price is also civilised. | hint: do not drink out of bottles, but | try it fresh out of a barrel. tastes | as twice as good! | @f00@t8comment@t4: "the kings won't drink, but we | still like it!" (michael) | @t116. jever pilsener@t4; | this one just to show you that jever | even tastes better the more you drink. | @t8comment@t4: "capt'n jever." (all together) | last words from the jury: | henning: "it's alright marlena, it's | alright marlena..." | hergen : "i am a worm." | michael: "i've gotta piss 'gain!" | @t1loblied auf kapt'n jever: | er kommt von weitem ueber leer | und bringt uns unser bier hierher | und ist schon wieder knueppeldicke | @t8text@t4: henning brau | overlord/ wise guys and to | all i have talked to while these | days... for a real computerparty, | however, it was quite shitty, because | of the organizers who did not even try | to do the best they could. i think, | hurricane will die soon (if there was | @^ever a group of this name. i never met | @^@f14@t1@cthe saga of the black eye | @f00@ta this story is based on real events, | so please do not wonder about the | scurilous names of the heroes. well, | of course this story does not describe | real events, because it is the diary of | one session of a fanatsy-game called | "das schwarze auge" (the black eye), i | wrote while some friends of mine and i | played this game. by the way: my | character was ragnar. i hope you do | not mind us for the stupid names of the | real dsa-freaks may laugh about our | naive strategies, but we played for the | first time and were naturally not that | skilled. maybe this 'report' creates | curiosity in you regarding dsa. try | it, it is simply great! | this is the story of five young men, | searching for fame, honour and glory. | they left their families to reach their | goals and to face their destiny in | order to find the real senses of life. | it was a quite nice day with about 20 | degrees celsius, when they arrived at | the upper sidearm of the bogir-river. | passerby's eventually would have | wondered about this small and | unconventional travellersgroup that was | about to make their way through the | unfriendly landscape of the ocreland. | the ocreland - a false beauty. nobody, | ever seeing the endless steppes under | the pale adventuria sun may forget this | overwhelming impression. but also, | just a few managed to return from its | @^@f00@tathick swamps, mysterious woods and most | of all its inhabitants: the beastly | ocres, the tricky gnomes, the | aggressive trolls and the beautiful but | unbelievably dangerous unicorn. | creatures of evil. never seen by the | average inhabitant of adventuria, | because nearly anybody dares to step | deeper than 2 miles into this damned | landscape. these four young heroes, | however, are awilled to try their luck | and will explore the mysteries of the | ocreland - or die... | after a short last look to the known | country, they started to challenge | lifes edges. for a long time noone of | them was able to talk, because a | distgusting feelings-mixture of | sadness, fear, awareness and pleasure | thrilled them as they made their way to | @^ suddenly, schmart the elf made his | three compagnions stop. his trained | senses found a ocre-rabbit in about 100 | metres distance. although the others | still were not able to identify the | small animal, they knew that they could | put trust in schmarts eyes and ears. | after he had explained what he was | going to serve for meal that evening, | he crept away under the interested eyes | of piccolo the rogue, a really | mischievous person who was searching | for new tricks for hunting - a category | in which he had nearly no experiences. | conan the warrior simply grinned about | the hard effort, schmart was going to | make. his origin from a rich knights | family did not allow him to hunt after | such a small animal. ragnar | olriksson-harl the poor but strong and | tough thorwal was able to understand | the efforts of schmart, who did not | @^@f00@tabring any food along with him, but he | himself with his practical way of | thinking thought of this minor matter | and therefore had enough time to play a | bit with his small dog called fenris - | a small puppy that was going to grow a | skilled hunter someday but till then he | was a young puppy and puppies need | playing nearly as much as food! | schmart used his quite stoic | perserverance to come near enough to | the rabbit to use his longbow on it. | sadly, the hunting abilities, an addult | elf can call his own, were not fully | developed in schmart yet and the rabbit | ran away after a thoughtless move from | him. displeased he made back his way | to his friends who just started to | search for water in the wet | underground, because the marshy sand | around the bodir was to dangerous to | cross. after quite a while the hole | @^was filled with water and conan started | to fill up his watertube. | then they continued their way to the | north-east and soon got involved in a | short but hard fight against a swarm of | the small but dangerous ocre-bees, | which ended with a sting for each, | except for dwarfi the dwarf. the real | name of this fierce dwarf is unknown, | because seldomly, this proud species | communicates with humans and their | names are kept secret by them. | therefore, our heroes called this guy | dwarfi, although piccolo even was | shorter than him. after some laughs | about this unheroic "battle", the group | continues, but somehow the mood has | changed. piccolo starts to sing some | melodies from the rough north and | ragnar tries to compete with more | enthusiasm than perfection and soon the | others can not hold themselves from | @^@f00@talaughing anymore and although | thorwaler's are very peevish and | aggressive when somebody is playing | tricks on or laughs at them, ragnar | grins a bit and sings aloud... | a after two hours of walking it is | again schmart who makes them stop, | because he recognized some tracks of | orcs and some deer-like steps. "maybe | some hunters, following an herd of | deers?" conan supposes, but dwarfi just | shakes his head: "in this region | you'll hardly find any deers at all. i | would say those are carenes." astounded | piccolo and ragnar look at eachothers - | this was the longest speech dwarfi has | hold right now. schmart just takes a | short look at the tracks, then looks | around and concludes: "i would | presume, those were some breeders, | searching for some good pasture for | their carenes and now be quite you | blocks or your dinner will run away." | @^indeed, there was a group of | ocre-rabbits peacefully sitting in the | grass and now even conan gots hungry by | a single thought of some crispy grilled | rabbits and they all decide to build a | circle around the rabbits in order to | make a sudden escape as before rather | impossible. but ragnar would not have | been a viking if he managed to keep | silence and therefore he stumbled and | trapped fenris on his tail. the last | thing to hear from him was a cry: | "shut up, stupid dog! you'll warn the | bunnies!" too late. of course the | rabbits ran away to all sides and | conan, the only one being near enough | to shoot with his longbow, was too | surprised and did not manage to kill | even a single one... | just before the hungry friends were | about to shout at ragnar, a strong | carene seemingly exhausted was coming | @^@f00@tatheir way, hunted by an unicorn. | quickly they all layed down in the | grass to watch the animals coming. | when the carene was near enough, conan | and schmart suddenly jumped onto their | legs and shot at the intimidated | animal, but only conan managed to hit | it. the carene felt down nearly the | same moment, but came back on his legs | after only a few seconds. this tough | animal was born in a rough region of | adventuria and even the mighty axe of | dwarfi was not able to stop the hurt | creature. after one severe hit with | his axe, dwarfi had enough to do to get | out of the reach of the raging carene, | which was about to sharpen its small | but dangerous horns on him. now | ragnar, just returning from running in | direction of the unicorn, which then | turned around and jumped away, took his | knife - his only weapon - and throwed | himself on the animal, pushing the | @^sharp razor-like blade again and again | into the warm, bleeding torso of the | carene. now, the mood got quite better | and everyone did his best to prepare | for a - hopefully - peaceful night. | about noon the next day dwarfi | recognizes a ocre-ship, sailing down | the stream towards them. his | greedyness for gold made him go wild | and he convinced schmart to try to get | the ocres attention by shouting around, | in order to kill and rob them. the | noble conan, the careful piccolo and | the more practical thinking ragnar, | however, do not want to participate in | this insidious trick and decide to | follow the careneherd, whose tracks | schmart had already found the day | dwarfi and schmart made a big deal | out of getting the orcs attention, but | @^@f00@tathere was somebody on board, he | pretended to be deaf and therefore the | two did not succeed at all. dwarfi got | angry and even tried to cross the | marshy sand of the bodir, but had to | return after a few metres. uncontented | they followed their friends, lying in | the long grass in about 1 km distance, | seemingly watching something. | indeed, conan and ragnar recognized, | that the herd was protected by some 15 | breeders, as schmart supposed the other | day. they waited for piccolo, who | himself waited for schmart and dwarfi - | and after the others arrived, they had | the plan to try to communicate with the | ocres in order to get informations on | how to find a safe way through the | steppes of the orcland. they stood up | and ragnar, piccolo and dwarfi build a | row, while schmart and conan walked | behind them, holding their longbows | @^invinsible for the ocres, ready to | shoot, if they should start to attack. | when the ocres recognized the small | group, they stood up and with fierce | faces they headed in their direction. | in five metres distance, dwarfi took | the thumb of a giant out of his pocket, | that he got from a mighty magician in | ancient times, and showed it to the | ocres. the effect was quite astounding | to the others. the ocres felt on their | knees and after a few minutes the | friends were 'confronted' with a great | meal, because a person able to kill a | giant is something close to a god for | the ocres and in their eyes, dwarfi | managed to kill one. | ragnar already started the thorwalers | favourite sport: the '4 x half-a-liter | sprint' and tried to communicate with | the ocres, who were quite astounded | @^@f00@taabout someone, able to drink that much. | piccolo performed some card-tricks and | also tried to communicate. but they | both like schmart and conan failed. | dwarfi, however, got unpatient and | menaced the leader of the ocres with | his axe, relying on his giant-thumbs | influence. one word followed the other | and soon, the ocre started to attack | him. a short fight inflammed in which | dwarfi was hit several times, before he | was able to kill the ocre. now, 15 | ocres attacked five human beings, two | of them being without real weapons. | ragnar, the only one without a real | weapon ran away and throwed his knife. | one ocre got severly injured, but | managed to escape - with the knife | between his ripps. conan, following | ragnar after short battle with an ocre, | simply waited - he did not want to | participate in such an useless fight. | @^piccolo killed one ocre with his axe, | but did not manage to get it back at | once and had to fight against two | raging ocres with his bare hands and | got badly injured. schmart also fought | like hell but three ocres at one time | were quite to much for this elf and | soon he had to follow conan and ragnar. | dwarfi killed one further ocre, but | being attacked by three ocres, he | finally lost his conscience but through | a miracle did not die, because the | ocres decided, too much blood flowed | and started to step away, taking their | herd with them. maybe they were still | afraid of the giants-thumb. the day | ended with this senseless fight and | three of our heroes, behaving very | unheroic, sank exhaustedly down to the | earth, while the two others remaining | tried to stop their wounds from | there, as well as the bigger ones, but | i think that nearly every group | released something, from a tiny intro | to a full track-demo. also because of | the general atmosphere of the party, | people were more open and willing to | tures of evil. never seen by the | average inhabitant of adventuria, | because nearly anybody dares to step | deeper than 2 miles into this damned | landscape. these four young heroes, | however, are awilled to try their luck | and will explore the mysteries of the | ocreland - or die... | after a short last @t7,06 | @^@f04@t1@ccoca cola is it | @f00@t5everybody knows this brown drink, which | is also used to make nails rust-proof | again. the company sponsors many an | event, to make sure it's ahaead of the | competition, in the form of pepsi-cola. | but in the states people agree with | each other: coca tastes better. | now coca-cola have done something new, | something typical for america: they | opened a museum. a lot of americans | come to visit the new museum of course, | because that's the typical american way | of life (according to us, europeans). | the museum is built in atlanta, where | coca-cola houses normally. when | walking over the streets there, you | will nowhere find a pepsi-label: | everybody is coca-minded here. and | pepsi wouldn't even dare to come | overhere, to take a part of the profit. | also a little bit unimaginable, take | for example bitburg in germany, where | the best german beer is made: | bitburger. just imagine bitburg with | only bitburger beer... impossible. | but then, that's what we have the | states for, eh (yes, modemtraders: | america is not only the country of the | why the museum? it seems that | coca-cola is the most wanted | drink-on-ice in the states, and most of | the americans want to know a little bit | more about their favourite drink. the | various sorts of the drink are all | @^@f00@t5there: from coca-cola light to | cherry-coke, and even some experimental | forms of coke can be found in the | museum. since it was first opened (one | and a half years ago), one and a half | million people have already been there. | in the museum, you can see the success- | story of the company. a lot of | commercial materials are presented, | from the earliest posters to the latest | videos with well-known popstars. you | can also find out here that cola was | 'invented' in 1896, when people were | looking for a new medicine against | head-aches. a couple of ingredients | were mixed and cola was born... | cola is now sold over whole the world | in 160 countries. every second, 7000 | bottles are served. figure out for | your self how many bottles a day... | yes, coke is really doing well. the | @^new boss of the company was recently | given a bonus of 80 million dollar, | because he had been able to beat the | other cola producer (guess who?). | but if you think that coca-cola is only | the producer of cola, or sprite, then | you're wrong. they also sell drinks | like ginger ale (thailand), | honey-limonade (japan), etc... | and there are really a lot of people | trying to enter the museum. sometimes | the waiting-times are more than two | hours... really necessary for such a | drink? possibly yes. but if you don't | want to wait that long, you could | always visit the pepsi-museum, which is | very likely to be build soon as well... | family did not allow him to hunt after | such a small anima@t7,00 | @^@f01@ta@ccommunications news corner | @f00@t1no need for isdn ? | @t4clive hudson, miracoms sales and | marketing director, believes most users | wont need intergrated services digital | network (isdn) technology. despite | modem speeds of 38,000bps plus with | v.32bis and v.42bis data compression, | users wont wan't to splash out on an | hudson claims that when v.32 (9600 bps) | was the ultimate speed, isdn offered an | attractive performance advantage: | "with v.32bis this has been | significantly eroded. add to that the | extra expense of isdn and the | uncertainty of when it will be | available, and its easy to see why | v.32bis is taking off. also, telephone | lines are everywhere, whereas isdn is | still at an early development stage. | pick a card, any card. | @t4bt has announced plans to join the | visaphone network, so from early next | year you'll be able to make a phone | call with your visa credit or debit | visaphone, a network of telecoms | companies in the us, allows operators | to accept call and charge them directly | to your credit card. setting up the | service may take some time, say bt, but | visa card holders will be allowed to | use their cards with the bt operator | from early next year. in the us, | visaphone became as popular for at&t | that the company converted its | telephone charge card into a visa | credit card. will bt do the same ? | s of copp20 | veloped in schmart yet and the rabbit | ran away after a thoughtless move from | him. displeased he made back his way | to his friends who just started to | search for water in the wet | underground, because the marshy sand | around the bodir was to dangerous to | cross. after quite a while the holpp20 | veloped in schmart yet and the rabbit | ran away after a thoughtless move from | him. displeased he made back his way | to his friends who just started to | search for water in the wet | underground, because the marshy sand | around the bodir was to dangerous to | cross. after quite a while the hol@t6,20 | @^@f07@t1@chidden away | @t4 about 5 years ago, i was hacking | away at a game on the commodore 64 | called "radius" (programmed by the | ever-famous duo ian and mic), and i | found a little demo hidden away in the | game. you could only access the demo | if you stopped the game from | decrunching after it has loaded in and | execute a certain part of memory. | anyway, that was a very big surprise | for me at that time because i had | never, in my 2 years of writing "pokes" | and cheat-listings for magazines, come | across anything like that. the idea of | hiding a demo where nobody was likely | to see it seemed very strange to me... | since then i have uncovered and | learnt about a whole host of hidden | demos, editors, and god knows what else | on the amiga. there was never very | much of it on the c64 - radius was the | only one i uncovered - but the memory | on that computer was becoming very | restrictive for programmers, so you can | understand why it didn't catch on... | on the amiga however, a whole new world | of hidden things is opening up... | @^@f00@t1hidden demos | @t4 take this very issue of stolen data | as an example. just try booting up | disk 2 instead of disk 1. what do you | see? it's a colourful screen telling | you that stolen data disk 2 is in the | drive. though it's not exactly | brilliantly hidden (it's not meant to | be), most people would not get to see | this screen - disk 2 is not meant to be | there are other, harder to find, | demo parts to be found in demos such as | system violation, guardian dragon ii | and in the kitchen. i'll tell you | about those later on... | and there are the demo parts which | aren't really hidden at all - the reset | parts. reset the old mahoney and | kaktus musicdisk, the dragons megademo | or the amaze revolutions musicdisk and | you will find small demos. | in the future i can imagine just | about all demos having these little | hidden things for people to find - my | own brother (kreator) is planning to | implement some into his forthcoming | anyway, here are a few for you to | have a look at... | @taguarding dragon ii | @t4 just insert the second disk and hold | the left mouse button until the hidden | part appears. | @tahuman target | @t4 place disk in drive as usual and, | again, hold the left mouse button down. | @tavertical insanity | @t4 hold down the right mouse button | while the main part decrunches for a | hidden "technical" scroller and a | rastertime counter. | @^@f00@tasystem violation | @t4 on booting, hold down both mouse | buttons. just wait until the screen | goes black and the part starts loading | before letting go. | @tain the kitchen | @t4 hidden parts galore on this one! | when the screen goes black on booting, | type any of the following (which can | also be type while watching the endpart | if you prefer):- | "i wanna see it now" | "you make me feel so good" | no doubt there will be lots more | demos with hidden parts that i have | missed - please tell us (stolen data) | if there are, they are always | interesting to know. | @^@t1hidden games | @t4 yes, really.. they have yet to take | off in demos, but in some commercial | games there are some snazzy little | games to be had! just try any of the | @t4 when the end-of-level thing appears | on level 1, fly into it as it opens up. | you will be greeted with a space | invaders game! complete a level of | this and you also get 3 extra lives to | play the real game with! | @talotus turbo challenge ii | @t4 type "dux" as the level password and | you will be allowed to play the classic | game duckshoot! | @t4 load the game without pressing fire | or any keys and on the title page type | "chrome". you will now get to play a | snazzy little game. | @t1hidden editors | @t4 some games actually have utilities | for editing the game map and so on | hidden away inside them. actually i | only know of one such editor, but there | are another two listed here which i | will also class as "editors" - really | though they are only "viewing | @taspindizzy worlds | @t4 select a cluster of planets to be | viewed in close-up and type "edit" | (with a capital e), and you will be | graced with a scenery editor! | corner of the second title-screen. now | hold the left shift key while pressing | the right mouse button. you can now | view all the objects by using the | left-right cursor keys, the 2 bracket | keys and 7, 8 keys on the numeric | @t4 during play type "fenny" (with a | capital f) to enter the object viewer. | @t1other hidden features | @t4 and apart from all those, some games | also have other hidden features... the | most obvious being cheatmodes of which | there are too many to list here (funny | that)... but there are numerous other | 'strange things' to be found, the | following being good examples... | @^@f00@tadynamite dux | @t4 type "nude" on the title page for a | new attract sequence. | @t4 press the space bar on the title | page and a music-selector will pop up! | @t4 during play, type any of the | following for interesting responses: | bird, edhk, shah, or toto. | or you can pause the game with the | space bar and press "p" to see the men | dance along to the music! | @tajimmy white's snooker | @t4 enter the trickshot mode and go to | finally f1. you should hear a | double-click. now go to the demo mode | @^menu and you will now have the | additional option of viewing a "random | @t4 type "music" on the special codes | section for some wierd sounds! | @t4 select any course and win every | race. you will now enter a bonus round | - if you were playing course d you will | take control of a motorbike, otherwise | you will take control of an f-14 | @^@f00@taninja warriors | @t4 during play, press caps-lock and | enter any of the following for a | variety of results:- | "a small step for a man" | "monty python" | "snow white" | "steve austin" | @tasaint dragon | @t4 as above - press caps-lock while | playing and enter any of the | "i hate the radion advert" | "meditation function" | "something spock built" | "the gnome at home" | "we love the puntettay" | @t4 hold down the right mouse button | while loading to see an advert for | ... and that's all i've got for the | time being!! if i find out some more, | i may be back with a follow-up feature | in the future... who knows?? | able to stop the hurt | creature. after one severe hit with | his axe, dwarfi had enough to do to get | out of the reach of the raging carene, | which was about to sharpen its small | but dangerous horns on him. now | ragnar, just returning from running in | direction of the unicorn, which then | turned around and jumped away, took his | knife - his only weapon - and throwed | himself on the @t6,05 | @^@f09@t1@cheroic failures | @f00@t1 the least successful operation | @t5 after the birth of their second | child, mr and mrs lentrott decided that | their family was large enough. so in | march 1978 she went to the hospital for | a hysterectomy. eighteen months later | she gave birth to a 6lb 5.5 ounze son | called martin. | @t1 the least successful weather report | @t5 after severe floodng in jeddah 1979, | the arab news gave the following | we regret we are unable to give you | the weather. we rely on weather | reports from the airport, which is | closed because of the bad weather. | whether we are able to give you the | weather tomorrow depends on the | @t1 the most misprints in a newspaper | @t5 this record is claimed for a page in | times of london on 15 march 1978; it | some of judge drokk's articles could | easily beat this one) | @^@t5 one story starts `sir harold wilsons | action in making public a oss...' and | goes on to deal with `a braodcast | invloving the governm and comparahle | pay claims'. | these errors were caused by an | industrial dispute and do not, in any | guardian which can do this sort of | thing unaided. amoung its most famous | misprints was a review of the opera | doris gudenov. | @t1 the worst computer | @t5 it is widely suggested that computers | improve efficiency. lovers of vintage | chaos might remember the coimputer | installed in 1975 by avon county | council to pay staff wages. the | @^computers spree started off in a small | way, paying a school caretaker 75 | pounds an hour instead of 75 pence. | then it got ambitious and did not pay a | canteen worker at all for 17 weeks. | before long it got positively confident | and paid a janitor 2,600 pounds for a | weeks work. he sent the cheque back | and recieved another for the same | amount by return post. | there was now no way of stopping it. | a deputy headmistress received her | years annual salary once a month; heads | of department earned less than their | assistants, and some people had more | tax deducted in a week than they earned | all year. in febuary 1975 two hundred | and eighty employees on the council | payroll attended a protest meeting. of | these, only eight were paid the proper | salary. they all went out on strike. | @t4 typed by @t1bob @t5/ @t1sd editing team | on booting, hold down both mouse | buttons. just wait until the screen | goes black and the part starts loading | before letting go. | @tain the kitchen | @t4 hidden parts galore on this one! | when the screen goes black on booting, | type any of the following (which can | also be type while watching the endpart | if you prefer):- | "i wanna see it now"pp20 | s a review of the opera | doris gudenov. | @t5 it is widely suggested that computers | improve efficiency. lovers of vintage | chaos might remember the coimputer | installed in 1975 by avon county | council to pay staff wages. the | @^computers spree started off in a small | way, paying a school caretaker 75 | pounds an hour instead of 75 pence. | then it got ambitious and did not pay a | canteen worker at all for 17 weeks. | before long it got positively confident | and paid @t3,05 | @f00@t6backflash : what happend till know... | @t8 after being told about a ritual | murder by commissioner jordan, i went | with a second fellow down to the small | forest, where it all happened. we | arrived there after a rather short walk | and faced horror. an unbelievable | scenario layed in front of us: dead | persons, killed in a very satanic way, | surrounded by neo-religious ornaments. | the last thing i can remember since | then was that i ran away from this | view, stumbled and fell. | @t8 the next steps of the story, i was | told by somebody else, who i quite can | not imagine anymore. i will try now, | however, to give you the most important | the officer, with whom i went there, | finally found me lying under a tree in | my own puke, bended in a grotesque | embryonal deportment - out of | conscience. this brave man told a | policeman to call a doctor, while he | tried to bring live back to me by | slapping my face. maybe a bit too | hard, because my whole chinn hurted for | three days, but i do not want to be | tried it a more chemical way and used | some injections. up to know i quite do | not know what he injected me, but after | i awaked in the small ambulance, my | headaches were gone and also the | @^@f00@t8surrounding got added some funny | colours. therefore, i did not mind | anymore that i was not able to | understand a single word they told me - | the thin mist arround my brain reminded | me of the autumndays in my hometown. | when i was a child. i often think | about these days, but certainly | everybody does, if you know what i am | otherwise, the daily routine had | already begun. the photograph takes | his snaps, minutes are written, the | press is being informed. chosen | pictures are allowed to be shown to the | public. pictures of metallic coffins. | pictures of small puddles of blood on | the ground. no pictures of a | brainwarping massacre. no pictures of | gutt- and brainshreds lying in lakes of | blood. tomorrow, mr.brown of number 43 | will read about a 'religious affected | mass murder' on the front page and turn | @^to his wife saying: "well, honey. | let's hope our little danny will never | be confronted with one of those sects." | @t8 "i've heard, you had some problemes | the particular day, inspector." | super-intendent powell breaks for a | non-comprimising words to say, what i | what he thinks? 'you're too old, | buddy. wouldn't it be better if a | young and tough officer would take the | job. why don't you resign from your | office? wouldn't it be nice to get | into a neat bureau with some collegues | doing some traffic-rubbish? in the | evening you could go out to play | cricket with your friend jordan - or | whatever older men like you both could | do, while preparing for their pension.' | of course this egghead did not say | @^@f00@t8this, at least not in this way. | anyway, it was the same and greek to | me. i looked at his face - what a | smartarse! sitting like a fat spider | in his smartarse-office, talking | smartarse-nonsense into his | smartarse-telephone and sometimes puts | his dirty smartarse-hands on the only | real smartarse in his office: the arse | of his secretary. | stand the view and lost my self-control | for some freaky moments, but does this | mean, i'm out of it? can 10 minutes | decide wether you're reliable or not? | no, i wasn't awilled to let this job | go. not only because i wanted to show | this smartarse that i could do it. i | mainly wanted to do it, because in the | last few days of sitting at home | regenerating from the shock, an | impression came back to me again and | again. an impression that i got when | @^being confrontated with the murder... | @t8yes, that was it. the message in the | face of the guy, with the stem drilled | through his skull. his eyes, crusted | with blood and liquids of the brain. | his arms hanging around. the whiskey | burned in my stomach, the truth in my | the young guy, i got the strong | impression that he talked to me. he | wanted to tell me | that our system has failing to deal | with what it ought to deal with. why | did he die? he died because we were | not able to solve his pain. still, | when he was standing there noone saw | the real probleme. it was not about a | @^@f00@t8death person. it was not about 6 dead | persons, dying on the same day, at the | same place in the same bestial way. | still there was noone who wanted to see | the real probleme. but i have seen it. | i have seen the mistake... and i have | seen my son, hanging there on the stem. | my son who died in the streets, being | robbed. died because of lousy | 10,-dollars. i knew if i managed to | get the murderers of the guy hanging | there, i would get the murderer of my | only son and then they'll have to tell | me why. in their eyes i will see - | when sun leaves them... | @t68. no return (continues) | @t8 my answer was quite simple: i just | refused to have heared anything powell | said before and told him what i would | need to start the investigation. the | @^smartarse gulped sometimes before | repeating what he had said before. a | bit slower and more concrete. i gave | nearly the same answer than before. a | bit slower and more concrete. i just | added:"this is my case, sir." powell | looked at me for some seconds. | @t69. herm scolard | @t8 after the old stubborn officer left | his office, powell made a few calls via | half-an-hour later, herm scolard | knocked at and opened the officedoor - | without waiting for a reply. in the | background the super-intendent was able | to hear his secretary: "you can't go | in there, mister..." but herm just | closed the door behind him and her | train of speech broke into some angry | @^@f00@t8whispers of a raging bee. | scolard was one of those new | ambitious heroes. too ambitious for | the taste of powell. he got the | strange feeling that scolard already | tried to figure out what colour the | wall-papers may have, when this will be | his office. scolard was a big guy with | a trained body, although it would be | too much to say, he had outstanding | muscles. he was grey. nothing special | about him and also his clothes were | elegant but not not flashy at all. the | only thing worth to mention were his | cold blue eyes and his hands, hidden in | leather hankies. they continously | opened and closed as if scolard was | under constant electricity. | powell, displeased by this behaviour, | sent a fierce look to the man standing | in front of him, that herm | uninterestedly gave back. "good | @^please take a seat?" scolard mumbled | something like "gd'vening" but kept | standing. the super-intendent gave a | sigh:"i've called you... no, let me | try it another way." reflection, | "you've probably heared about the | massmurder out there in the | jercads-wood?" herm puts on a small | grin:"of course. it's in every paper | from here to china. presupposing those | red bastards are able to read at all." | a humourless glance of powell made him | stuck for a second, then he continued: | "i heared quite a lot of it, but | nothing concrete at all - top secret, | eh?" ... "well, must have been a | damned massacre, but was it as horrible | as the press stated?" powell showed a | small sarcastic smile:"as far as i'm | informed it was even worse. ... did | you also hear about the officer, | collapsing at the concerning location?" | for a friction of a second, something | @^@f00@t8like compassion ran over herms face. | "i heared of the poor devil, must have | been a pretty shock for the old fellow. | i met him some days before in the | cantine and he already seemed to be | under pressure. but how am i engaged | into the whole thing?" he scurilously | seemed to be more interested in his | collegue than into the case and the | slaughtered victims - in powells mind a | red light began to glow. it glowed but | too weak to make him aware of herm | "this particular officer is not able | him. i would not dare to call him too | old, but seemingly he passes a very | difficult passage of live and maybe it | would be better if he just thought | about retiring, anyway. what i am | trying to say is: he is in it. it is | his case, but not only his. it's yours | too and i want to, no, i must get | @^positive results. this case is too hot | to wreck it." scolard seemed to be | astounded: "you mean there will be two | parallel working parties researching?" | powell grinned slightly:"not parallel - | he will be on his own, you will have | all possibilities behind you, we can | something went wrong. any other | officer would have kissed powells feet | for only a possibility of such an offer | - scolard just looked fierce. | therefore the super-intendent tried to | appeal to his ambition. "if you are | able to present positive results... | well, maybe we could think of a | promotition." herms face displayed less | doubts now, but still he was not | satisfied at all. "so, you want me to | deceive a collegue? ok, wouldn't be so | bad. but," mistrust shivered under the | surface of his hard and intelligent | eyes, "what if he realizes what is on? | @^@f00@t8what if he tries to sabotage my whole | investigation? or simply: what if he | accidentally disturbs or even destroys | important traces?" | super-intendent powell straightens | his body in his deep armchair. a hard | haze developed on his cutting eyes: "i | am sure, he will definitely not cause | any troubles. but... as you said | before, this is top secret and this man | knows a lot. too much! if he ever | talks about this case, this whole | police department could get into deep | troubles. do not ask me why and how - | just believe me, it is in your best | interest. so, if you are as | intelligent as you are said to be, you | should find a way to prevent this old | yerk from talking, when you find that | something wents wrong for you. as i | told you before, you'll have the whole | organisation behind you, but if the | particular moment arrives, you will be | @^on your own... it will be a game for | two out there in the streets. never | forget, however: although he is old - | too old - he will not be an easy | opponent, because he knows a lot of | tricks. this is why i had chosen him | for this case in the first place. in | the end you should be the winner. so | do what you think you have to. my | hands will be over you and somehow i | will manage to make it become an | @t7continues in issue 10... | finally lost his conscience but through | a miracle did not die, because the | ocres decided, too much blood flowed | and started to step away, taking their | herd with them. maybe they were still | afraid of the giants-thumb. the day | ended withpp20 | ist arround my brain reminded | me of the autumndays in my hometown. | when i was a child. i often think | about these days, but certainly | everybody does, if you know what i am | otherwise, the daily routine had | already begun. the photograph takes | his snaps, minutes are written, the | press is being informed. chosen | pictures are allowed to be shown to the | public. pictures of metallic coffins. | pictures of small puddles of blood on | @^@f12@t1@cthe presidential musea | @f00@t5 america, we love you. at least | that's what the guys from klf are | singing in that cool remix of the | original house remix of 'what time is | love'. but what has this to do with | the above title? not much, actually, | in the states, it is getting normal | for a former president to open a so- | called 'presidential museum'. in this | museum, the spectators can check out | all the objects, photo's and whatever | that were important during the | governmental period of that president. | there are quite some musea already, | filled with sometimes propaganda | material that is useless, uninteresting | and most of the time also untrue. the | people in the streets have lost their | faith in the presidents for the time | being, caused by the great film jfk of | course. still, nixon (remember | watergate) thought it a wise decision | to open his museum right now. he was, | without doubt, not so popular anymore. | and not well known, and that can be | hard when you have been the most known | man in america for some time. | watergate, indeed. nixon was of | course not well known because of | watergate. the recent years he had | been trying to get rid of the idea that | most americans had formed of him, by | writing books, giving lectures, opening | his museum... all in the american way | of thinking... and indeed, a lot of | @^@f00@t5people seem to be able to forgive him. | how did mr. nixon achieve this?? | well, that's not too hard to invent. | he simply started to make all kinds of | promotion materials, like buttons, a | t-shirt, etc... and richard nixon is | not stupid. he even tries to steal | other people's ideas. he namely calls | sound a lot better... | the world-famous political struggle | between jfk and rn can be seen on the | monitors in the museum. but it seems | as if rn won this struggle, because | only the words spoken by rn are shown. | and everybody knows of course that jfk | was the glorious victor. | but rn himself says that his museum | is the most honest museum of all other | presidential towers of lies, and the | @^reason is the big watergate room. here | the visitors can listen to the famous | tape, but nixon himself this way tries | to make clear that he knew nothing of | the whole affair, and at the same time | he ridicules all other people who were | involved, even the press and the | investigators. nixon even calls it: | "simply a political shenanigan, wrong | and stupidly handled". | ha!! the understatement of the | you are in the states some day and are | interested in politics, go and visit | the musea. you'll have a good laugh or | doing some traffic-rubbish? in the | evening you could go out to play | cricket with your friend jordan - or | whatever older men like you both could | @^@f04@t1@creal life news | @f00@tabenny hill died. his pervert humour was | known all over the globe, i think there | aren't many people who have never heard | of him. whether he was liked or not is | of course a different story. | @taan eartquake with the epicentre (the | point where the quake is the strongest) | struck the southern part of the nether- | lands, a part of germany and belgium. | the strength was 5.6 on the schale of | richter, which means this quake was one | of the strongest to hit this part of | europe in some centuries. there was on- | ly one tragic accident: an old woman | died of a heart attack. material damage | is very high. | @taghadaffi of lybia refuses to hand over | the terrorists who were responsible for | the lockerbie-affair. united nations | security council installed an embargo, | which means no planes may go to lybia, | until ghadaffi agrees with the terms. | syria chose the side of lybia. | @taafter a lot of hassle and confusion, | are currently in prison cells in cali- | fornia was killed in a gas-chamber. the | man had been given released the day be- | fore, when he was about to be killed in | the same gas-chmaber, and led back to | his cell. the next day he was executed | anyway, although public pressure from | amnesty international was very high. | @^@f00@t5people seem to be able to forgive him. | @^@f12@t1@creal sound | @f00@t9 do you enjoy accoustic sound? i do | and i'd like to explain you how much | it's great to play a real instrument... | nowadays,lots of guys make music with | some samples ripped from jazz, soul | music.yeah,that's right it's rap music | ...music??...hum hum..some others guys | make music with a big synthesizer and a | strong beat...good it's house,rave | music...music??...is it really music? | i would say hubbub!no,it's a kind of | expression but it's not music... | the best music is the one you play | with your friends in a garage or | someplace else.when somebody plays the | drums,the guitar, the piano or another | real instrument and when these friends | play together then you feel the music | and it's a wonderfull experience.i did | it and i still play with friends... | believe me it's the best way to make | music. you can play lots of different | kind of music as hardrock,jazz,blues, | variety...i play the piano and all | piano owners like me will certainly | understand. the sound of a piano is so | different than a synthetic sound and | when you feel the vibrations of a piano | or the power of a trumpet the result is | so better !! ok now, have you got a | keyboard ? yes? right i will teach | you something about blues...when you'll | have finished to read this mag try | this!!!: ok, to play the blues you | need a bass and a melody wich will be | completely improvised . in blues there | is three chords (simple no?) same as | @f00@t9rock'n roll: c,f,and g.first with your | left hand try:c,e,g,a,a#,a, | g,e,c,...after you will just have to | transpose it sarting with f and g .ok, | this was the simple bass but let's try | another one more difficult: c1, | a1#,a1,g1,c1,...and transpose it like | the simple bass. it's great,isn't it ? | but now for the melody:with your right | hand just try to play this:c,d#,f,f#,g | a#,c,..you can play any notes of these | one at any time ,on any octave you | want,and with any of the three chords i | told you : it will never sound wrong | now you just have to play the bass and | improvise a melody with these notes | ...well it sounds like blues... great, | now you know how to play the blues. so | call your friends and play together | ...never forget that you do not make | music only for yourself but for the | others too so enjoy the music with your | friends...bye and thanks...if you | played blues for the very first time | contact me and tell me what do you | @t6 written by shun/liquid | ha!! the understatement of the | you are in the states some day and are | interested in politics, go and visit | the musea. you'll have a good laugh or | doing some traffic-rubbish? in the | evening you could go out to play | cricket with your friend jordan - or | whatever older men like you both could | @^@f09@t1@criffraff : a true story | @f00@ta it was an early sunday morning and i | had just crept out of my warm and | secure bed, when my dad told me that he | had just seen an absolutely nice car | for me. you have to know that i was | badly in need of a car those days, | because all my friends were in | possession of one and i did not want to | be the only one without. therefore, i | stepped outside to go to the station | were my parents have seen it and, guess | what, it was brilliant! a tidy, white | little polo waited for me, blinking in | the bright sunlight, seemingly | shouting: "release me! i got im- | prisoned by a mad mechanic, who wants | to take me to pieces." from this very | moment i was quite assured, this was | station the next day again to talk to | when i asked him about the motor's | condition, he just said: "let's take a | ride and you'll see yaself, boy." well, | there was absolutely no need to repeat | this phrase and, guess what, it was not | that brilliant. the very first | problems already appeared when | starting, because there was something | wrong with the gear lever and i was | told to start the car in the second | gear, then to change to the first and | not know, if you have ever started an | old polo in the second gear, but i can | really tell you that only a vibrator | @^@f00@tashakes more than this car when trying | it. may this be the reason why i did | not manage to make it work? probably | we will never know, because the | friendly man next to me violently | pushed the lever into the desired | position and with a fully opened choke | we stuttered away. | while driving, the owner told me, he | was going to fix the lever this evening | so everything should be alright the | next day. "well," i replied, "why | don't you fix this tachometer, too?" | indeed it was not working at all. "oh, | yes ... ," he started, but i was not | finished then: "... and you'd better | check the wheels, this car definitely | likes the right side of the street more | than the left one." | the next day, however, everything | just seemed to be fixed and two days | later i became the proud owner of a | car. as soon as possible i started my | @^first little trip to a friend of mine. | when i arrived there i smelled | something quite strange, but did not | make up my mind about it. after | arriving back at home, however, i | realized that i had forgotten the | handbrake. my father - former motor | mechanic - looked at me with a | destroying fire in his eyes, while | doing his best to protect the car from | permanent damage - and i felt so | a few days later, i had the strong | feeling that it was about time to clean | and wash my car a bit. after three | buckets of black water i got the | impression that the former owner never | had washed the car before, because i | only cleaned the car inside - not to | mention the body and the windows! | otherwise, this old machine worked | pretty well and i really enjoyed | driving around, wasting fuel for | @^@f00@tanothing. at least until i had to buy | some gasoline from my own money. well, | i never wasted a thought about what it | means to fill up an empty tank and | therefore one week of asketic living to | save money was the sad result. | this was about that time, when i got | my hifi-equipment for the car, | consisting of one old set of | loudspeakers and an even older | enjoy my favourite music while driving, | but sadly not for very long, because | riffraff's - the name of the car - | battery seemingly did not like my music | and therefore it decided to strike. | bad language, warnings and tears did | not convince it to start working and | again my father had to spend an | afternoon with riffraff. this time his | eyes flashed even more angrily and i | also felt smaller... | to cut a long story short, riffraff | @^means nothing but trouble to me: i am | nearly out of money, my mother tells me | all the time that it was a mistake to | buy it, my father is near to a heart | attack, my cousin is laughing at me and | riffraff's carburettor seems to lose | oil. i think it would be the right | thing to sell this waste of metall, but | i will not do it. no, i will | definitely not sell him, because he is | with what it ought to deal with. why | did he die? he died because we were | not able to solve his pain. still, | when he was standing there noone saw | the real probleme. it was not about a | @^@f00@t8death person. it was not about 6 dead | persons, dying on the same day, at the | same place in the same bestial way. | still there was noone who wanted to see | the real probleme. but i have seen it. | i have seen the mistake... and i have | seen my son,@t1,14 | @^@f05@t1@cstreet patrol | @f00@t6 san fransisco is one of the biggest | towns in the united states of america. | but it's also the town in which the | most homosexual and lesbian people | inhabitants is, rudely said, a fag. | these fags are not treated according | to the resolutions of the united | nations, because they are mistreated, | beaten up and also shot. ask a fag on | the streets and he'll very likely be | able to tell you a story out of his own | experiences. and that's mostly a sad | story, because the number of deaths | under fags is increasing with the day. | the possession of fire-arms is of | course excessively high in the states, | at least when compared to euopean | countries, but most of the time it's | the youths who beat up the fags. and | also coloured people. | and that's quite odd, i think, | because coloured people are not very | well liked in america, overall. it | seems as if they have now found a group | of people that is hated even more by | the white part of the population. so | they fight them, as well... | the centre of the lesbian and homo | sexual people is a district called | castro. here you can find all kinds of | @^@f00@t6cafe's, bars, pubs, or whatever you | like to call them, only for this | specific part of the population of | course. and this is also the part of | frisco (as the city is called in slang) | where the most tragic accidents happen, | in dark alleys, or simply on street, | while everybody is looking. sometimes, | a fag is beaten up and a crowd is | looking, but nobody is trying to help | the fag, because he/she is afraid that | he/she might be the next victim. and | of course there are some people who | think that it's ok what the 'bashers' | in order to stop this 'gay-bashing', | a group of lesbians and homo's have | formed the so-called 'street-patrol'. | this is simply a team of people who are | out on the streets to prevent fights. | they use violence to stop it, but they | also have wireless telephones etc to | @^warn the police, and when the situation | is getting desperate, they have | handcuffs to prevent the basher from | doing more harm. | the street-patrol is perhaps a little | bit odd when you encounter them, but | they are trained well in a local karate | centre, so they know every available | move that you, average computer-user, | put into practice when playing ik+. | a good idea? well, it might prevent, | but it won't completely stop bashing. | and bashing will probably never stop. | it's simply a thought in the human mind | which is not so easy to get rid of... | ect the car from | permanent damage - and i felt so | a few days later, i had the strong | feeling that it was about time to clean | and wash my car a bit. after three | buckets of black water i got the | impression that the former owner never | had washed the car before, because i | only clean@t2,12 | @f00@t7 the churchbells make their noise. i | am striving exhaustedly in direction of | the huge, wooden churchdoor - stupid, | i've partied the whole night through. | i am welcomed by a verger with a smile | that makes me jealous, while he presses | a hymn-book into my hands. | i do not want to force myself to go | to the front rows of the churchbanks | this morning, in fear that sombeody | could recognize my hangover from the | range, i am describing while walking. | therefore, i sit down in the very first | save edge. should nobody come to the | idea to sit down next to me! i want to | suffer alone... | the parson now welcomes the whole | that's fine. nothing could be worse | than:"dear friends, i'd like to welcome | you to this devotion - and i'm also | welcoming mr.brau down there in the | edge of the last row, being here for | the first time after three years of | the big churchorgan strangly | remembers me of my first tries to cope | with my first organ when i was about | nine. "now, we'll song anthem 451, | desperately searching for the right | page in their hymn-books, i have | nothing better to do, so i pretend to | finishes mumbling the first strophe | (nobody as enthusiastic as the parson | himself), i finally point out, that i | am holding the book the wrong way. i | am changing this misfortune. nothing | quite changes the music stays greek to | me and the in old-german letters | printed text reminds me of my desire to | become a famous egyptologist some day. | i start to open and close my mouth | rather rhythmically, because when i'm | not able to sing this song together | with the others, i shall at least | performe it, else the parson could ask | me: "mr.brau down there in the edge of | the last row, why didn't you sing with | us?" what should i have answered, "i | don't like greek church-songs?" noway, | better a bad performance than being | well unmasked. | after the third strophe - i even | tried to whistle the melody a bit - the | @^parson climbs on his chancel. | precautionally i stand up, but after | seeing that the whole community remains | sitiing, i sit down again. "in todays | preech, i'd like you to think with me | about the death of jesus christ." to | think with him, he said. after two | minutes of intensive thinking i give it | up. i begin to dream - holidays in the | caribeans, my favourite girl, music and | of more spare money. the organ starts | raging again and i see myself | confronted with hard reality:"let's | ah, that's nice. he prays for peace | on earth, freedom and health for all of | us '... and holidays in the caribeans, | my favourite girl, music and more spare | money' i added for myself. in the very | last moment i luckily remembered, i had | to cross my hands. | i managed to stand another prayer | without shamefull unmasking - well | @^@f00@t7done, my hero! after the blessings i | feel quite better. my headaches had | gone and i am allowed to stand up and | walk out into freedom. it's 10.55 now | and the day is about to begin. | means to fill up an empty tank and | therefore one week of asketic living to | save money was the sad result. | this was about that time, when i got | my hifi-equipment for thepp20 | ne week of asketic living to | save money was the sad result. | this was about that time, when i got | my hifi-equipment for the@t0,14 | @f00@t5 one day, when he tried to turn on his | amiga, nothing happened. so he tried | to turn it on again, and again... | still no effect. not even a sign of a | fail start (no flashing caps-lock | lights, no green or yellow screen). | simply: nothing. the only thing he | could see was static interference. | the next thing he did was of course: | get worried. it couldn't be the | amiga's fault: did the electricity go | down? no, the tv was still playing. | did his mother pull out a couple of | cords? no, everything was still where | it should be. so when he had been | thinking about possible reasons for a | while, at once the amiga started to run | by itself. the screen displayed this | @t6you have entered the wonderful world of | amiga internal guru fabrications. | not more. just this message, | flashing across the screen like with a | normal guru meditation. he tried to | get back to the workbench hand by | pressing the mousebuttons, but both | failed. then, after another short | period, the amiga took over again. it | started loading something, at least | that's what it looked like, because the | green led was on. but there was no | @^@f00@t5disc in the drive!! the loading didn't | last too long, and he had counted the | number of tracks. it was 40 tracks to | be precise. the guru screen came up | again and it displayed: | @t6hello!! i am your amiga. any wishes?? | he immediately started to type in a | message like: 'what's all this about?' | and the amiga answered that the time | had come to reveal commodore's surprise | effect, an intelligent computer, | automatically awakening in every amiga | at the same time, because today the | builder of the machine had his 50th | birthday. the answer was sufficient | and the amiga went into guru again... | the next thing he decided to do was | to find out what the capacities of the | new amiga were. so again he started to | type the following: 'what can you do | @^that you couldn't do before??'. the | amiga awoke from the guru and said: 'i | have the option to link you with any | amiga user, anywhere on this planet'. | 'i also have the option to provide you | with any piece of software that you | wish'. in short, the amiga had become | a wireless modem... | will our brave user be able to use | the new gifts wise?? will he meet | other amiga freaks? how long will | these special gifts last? tune in next | time for a new episode of... the | @^@f02@t1@ctime travel without the paradoxes | @f00@t7 for the interested people under the | readers of stolen data i've found an | interesting article. for the sake of | understanding i've decided to write it | down here in the original form. | (article found in the 'new scientist', | is it possible to travel into the | past? the conventional view has always | been that the laws of physics logically | cannot permit this because it would | cause paradoxes. but recent studies | show that these paradoxes are not as | serious as previously thought and that | when quantum theory is applied to the | problem they may dissolve entirely. | the classic argument to demonstrate | the impossibility of time travel is the | so called grandfather paradox. a | person travels back in time and murders | his grandfather before he has any | children. if he died childless, goes | the argument, how could he have had | grandchildren, let alone be murdered by | one of them? | some philosophers have questioned the | validity of this argument, saying that | it proves only that a person cannot go | into the past and kill their | grandfather, or perform other | self-contradictory acts. it does not | prove that a person cannot go into the | past and leave their grandfather alone. | but then, the argument goes, what about | @^@f00@t7free will? what would prevent a person | who had travelled into the past from | pulling the trigger of a gun if the gun | was pointing at his grandfather? | logically, something must. probably | it'll be the most likely thing under | the circumstances; the gun might jam, | for instance. | david deutsch of wolfson college, | oxford has applied quantum mechanics to | the analysis of the paradoxes, and | thinks that he has made this | philosophical discussion academic. he | finds that in the quantum case, no | obstacle to 'free will' ever appears. | this is because in quantum cosmology | there is no single history of space, | forming a single space-time. all | possible histories happen | simultaneously - the so-called parallel | universes interpretation of quantum | theory. in many situations, it does | @^not matter whether the existence of | parallel universes is taken seriously, | or whether they are merely considered a | 'manner of speaking'. usually, | universes have a minuscule effect on | each other once they have become | perceptibly different. | but some predictions of quantum | theory cannot be expressed in any | language other than that of 'parallel | universes', says deutsch. a case in | point in the resolution of the time | travel paradoxes. the possibility of | time travel depends on whether | so-called closed timelike curves, or | ctc's, exist. for decades, theorists | have known that certain solutions of | einstein's equations of general | relativity, which describe the | structure of space-time, permit loops | in space-time, which contain ctc's. | using these, objects can travel into | @^@f00@t7their own past. such journeys do not | involve a body travelling faster than | the speed of light, which is forbidden | by the laws of physics. in the absence | of ctc's, the quantum version of | space-time can be thought of as | resembling, on a large scale, a sheaf | of classical space-times, which are | similar to one another except that in | each of them a different history | occurs. the different space-times | interact only on a microscopic scale, | giving only indirect evidence of their | existence. but if ctc's are present, | something qualitatively different | happens, says deutsch. the 'multiple | histories' become interconnected. when | a space-time region loops back into the | past, it does not necessarily join up | with the same copy of the space time. | so the parallel universes become a | single entity, and it becomes possible | to travel from one to another. exactly | @^how the universes link up depends on | what interactions take place in them. | in particular, it depends on what the | inhabitants decide to do. history | consists of two concurrent branches. | initially, they are identical, both | containing the grandfather. in one of | them, that person (not actually a | grandfather in that history) is | murdered by someone who emerges from | the time machine. in the other | history, no one emerges, and the | grandfather goes on to have children | and grandchildren, one of whom enters | the time machine, travels to an earlier | time in the other univer- se, and | becomes a murderer. this resolution of | the grandfather paradox is quite | general. quantum mechanics always | provides as many linked universes as | there would be conflicting | possibilities, according to classical | @^@f00@t7 however hard a person tries to create | paradoxes by travelling in time, the | linked, multi-sheeted structure of the | quantum space-time sets itself up in | such a way as to allow the person to do | what they set out to do, yet without | so it is clear that time travel can | occur without creating troublesome | paradoxes. the important question then | is: 'is there a way of achieving time | travel practically?' in other words, do | ctc's really exist? although they are | not forbidden by the laws of physics, | this does not mean that they either | occur naturally in the universe, or | that they can be made artificially, | allowing in either case, time machines | to be built. but in many attempts by | theorists to formulate a quantum theory | of gravity, ctc's occur in a | 'space-time- foam' on a sub-microscopic | @^scale of about 10 to the -35 metres, | and reach back about 10 to the -42 | seconds into the past. no one knows | how to widen them or extend the period | for which they exist. | on a larger scale, ctc's tend to | occur near massive rotating objects, | such as rotating black holes. but | there are arguments about whether these | ctc's are stable or whether they would | disappear in the presence of a slight | relativity theorists are also | familiar with solutions of einstein's | equations which describe 'wormholes' in | a space-time - that is, short | connections between otherwise distant | regions. recently, kip thorne and his | colleagues at the california institue | of technology in pasadena found that if | a wormhole was moved in a certain way, | @^@f00@t7it would cause ctc's to appear. so in | principle we would be able to make a | time machine if we ever find a large | wormhole, or learn how to manufacture | one recent paper claimed (though the | claim was immediately disputed) that | ctc's would also be formed by the inter | action of cosmic strings. cosmic | strings are hypothetical | one-dimensional faults in space, left | over from the earliest moments of the | big bang. they are extremely massive, | preserving along their length | conditions of high density which | occured early on in the big bang. | gave back. "good | @^please take a seat?" scolard mumbled | something like "gd'vening" but kept | standing. the super-intendent gave a | sigh:"i've called you... no, let me | try it another way." reflection, | "you've probably heared about the | massmurder out there in the | jercads-wood?" herm puts on a small | @f04@t1@ccheatmode operative | @\02,06@f00@t3 hello and welcome to another new | column of stolen data written by me, | raistlin. before i get on with the | cheats, i would like to point out | that none of these cheats have been | discovered by me - most are excerpted | from british computer magazines like | amiga power. lame, i know, but i'm | not active on the scene any longer, | so i don't get to hear about the | latest cheats and things! but | anyway, on with the show... | @f00@t3 some level codes for this most | excellent game: | @f00@t3 when you are told to start your | engine, press fire. then when the | starter says "go" press p to pause | the game and p again to restart. | you'll finish the race instantly! | @f00@t3 fly into the first end of level | baddie when it opens up and you will | be given a free game of space | invaders. complete a wave of this | and you get three extra lives! | @\41,02@f03@t1hudson hawk | @f00@t3 type '@t2science fiction@t3' on the | title page and you will be graced | with infinite lives, and you can then | press the @t2del@t3 key to skip levels! | @f03@t1titus the fox | @f00@t3 the level codes are as follows: | @f00@t3 the level codes: | @f00@t3 ok, that's all i can be bothered | to type up this month! it would help | me greatly if some people would send | me cheatmodes and codes and things, | so please do. if i get enough i | might be back here next month! you | can write to me via @t9judge drokk@t3 or | @t9kreator@t3, or you can write to me at:- | @w37@f08@t2@crobert troughton, | @c42 browfield terrace, | hich is forbidden | by the laws of physics. in the absence | of ctc's, the quantum version of | space-time can be thought of as | resembling, on a large scale, a sheaf | of classical space-times, which are | similar to one another except that in | each of them a different history | occurs. the different space-times | interact only@t5,03 | @^@f10@t1@camericans are crazy! | @f00@t8 a new sport is being introduced right | now in the states, the country of at+t. | namely the sport walking. hey! is | walking (simply putting one foot in | front of the other, you know) a sport? | apparently yes. why? | the americans were busy with fitness. | part of this fitness is running. | running after food is bad for your | health, we all know that (and you can | feel it as well). but there was also | the fact that the average american was | sitting in car, train, bus, plane, or | you name it, more than normal. and | that's bad for your health as well. is | everything bad for your health? no, i | wouldn't say that. but is that | relevant here? anyway the condition of | the average american was going back | dramatically, as said. and something | had to be done about this so developers | started to look for a sport that would | get the condition back to normal | without damaging external effects. and | that way, walking was discovered again. | doctors sent their worst cases to the | newly developed walking clubs, and | these clubs took the new members to the | shops, where they bought thousands of | dollars worth of foot wear and all | that. and the sport could commence. | the people that took part in a walking | club first had to learn (both mentally | and physically) how to walk. because | most of them had forgotten this, | perhaps one of the things that mankind | was able to do, millions of years ago. | @^@f00@t8 when you start to run professionally, | you first need a good warming up to | loosen the muscles. and the same thing | is probably necesary with walking. | when this warming up is completed, you | are ready to begin to walk. just put | one foot before the other, calm now, | not too fast, you're beginner, right? | anyway, this might sound a little bit | silly for you, healthy reader | (although, healthy? sitting behind | your amiga all day is not so good | actually, perhaps you had better check | with your doctor if walking is a good | sport for you, as well), but walking | really seems to be good and healthy for | very fat people (no names, hehe), at | least that's what medical experts have | walking will probably come to europe as | well, but that might take some time, | @^because america is simply ahead of us. | so you now have the time to mentally | prepare yourself for it... | @^@f04@t1@cwriting minutes | @f00@ta after some positive respond for my | advices for schoolwork in stolen data#8 | here a further example on how to | improve grades as a non-english | student. this time: how to write | minutes? no, i do not mean 'minutes' | in relation to time, but officially | written records of what is said at a | meeting, and what main results where | arrived at there. again, the example | contains several mistakes that i am not | able to identify, but the content is | more important than the language. | one final word about the language: | do never ever use informal or even | slangy expressions in minutes and try | to engage a variety of sentence | structures, but most of all - identify | the most important results of the | meeting and leave out examples and | further crap. keep it as short as | possible with saying as much as | the minutes of the 31st of march, 1992 | the cardinal points of the lesson were: | 1) the minutes of the 26th of march | 2) short talk and discussion about it | 3) discussion about the exam | 4) homework discussion | 5) tv-production of julius caesar | the lesson started with reading and | discussing one set of minutes. | @^@f00@ta then a short talk about shakespeare's | attitude towards death was given. | shakespeare often uses or describes | death as a main point or even the | highlight of his plays. moreover he | engages a widespread variety of | possible reasons of dying, for example: | suicide, tragical misunderstanding, | murder in family or political | his seemingly strong fascination in | this topic leads to the question, what | his own attitude towards death was | on the one hand, one can not find a | reason when regarding his | autobiography, or at least it is | unknown up to now. on the other hand, | sometimes simple historical | circumstances made it unavoidable for | him to deal with death, if he did not | @^want to change history, for example in | julius caesar. maybe shakespeare was | fascinated by the mystery around the | certain end of life, in which all | people are equal, but maybe his | fascination is only a matter of the | elizabethian attitude towards life, | regarding death as a different part of | subsequently, the group started to | discuss what had been mentioned. the | speaker gave too much quotations and | also several language mistakes were | following this, the exam of the 21st | of march was handed back. the students | were told to avoid reproductions when | being told to do a summary | after that, the group started to | discuss the homework of the 26th, which | @^@f00@tawas to compare the assasination scenes | in julius caesar, as displayed in the | german and the english tv productions. | following main points have been | in the english production, the | conspirators stabbed caesar, while in | the german one they used guns, making | the assasination appear more like an | execution. a further difference is the | amount of blood shown, because the | german producers used much more of | finally, the group continued watching | the english tv production of julius | one another except that in | each of them a different history | occurs. the different space-times | interact only@t7,01@\00,00@t3@f03@cdr.awesome & fleshbrain's | @f00@t4"@tahobbits & spaceships@t4" is the new cd from crusaders. it includes 12 brand new | songs composed by dr.awesome and fleshbrain. the cd will not be available in | any shops coz it is made exclusively for the amiga scene. | norway, sweden and denmark: kr.150.00 - finland: fim 100.00 - uk: gbp 15.00 | germany: 40 dm - france: 160 fr - outside europe: us$ 25.00. | to order the cd put your money on norwegian post giro account 0824.0681472 | @t1bjorn a. lynne @t4and write a little note on the giro telling that | @t3schleppegrellsgt. 10 @t4you're ordering "hobbits & spaceships". remember | @t30556 oslo @t4to include your clearly written name and address. | @t3norway @t4or send a cheque made payable to bjorn a. lynne. | to order the great "space wars" movie made by bjorn a. lynne and | tobias j. richter, refer to the article elsewhere here in stolen data! | |@t1 >>> welcome at the lunatics-ball <<< @t4| | |@t5 "speak, what trade art thou? 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