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The Deep Rhythm Project (DRP) reveals the rhythm of our digital lives by translating vectors of computer usage (eg mouse clicks, cpu access, memory access, internet access) into a global beat that can then be remixed and broadcast.
opensource Mayan Calendar, developed and maintain by Mayans
Catalogazione del maggior numero possibile di tecniche di Aikido, codice in LaTeX.
Web-based application (Internet Explorer only client at this time) to manage digital media such as photographs. Facilitates naming, describing with RDF/OWL-based metadata, organizing, using in stories, and sharing sets of resources.
Quikscript provides fonts and reading material for the Quikscript alaphabet.
This should be set to a letter that is used as a shortcut key. This letter should be one of the characters that appears.
we want create a prccessor for neuralcomputers .
Java based application that convert English to hindi calendar. it would be on java and PHP based.
My project is about six kids that got an element for powers by their ancestors. The elements are water, darkness, wind, fire, light, and earth.
The project is to develop an application for the general management of virtual networks with Dynamips, VirtualBox, PixEmulator, UML, Zebra, etc.4 weekly downloads
While is a Haskell implementation of the While language found into the Nielson book. Semantics with Applications.
The Open C Book Project aims to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date, and completely free book which teaches C programming in a POSIX compliant environment, with an emphasis on using Open Source tools. The content comes from you, so please contribute.