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Be your own film lab

Submitted by minimism on Tue, 2006-10-31 22:14.

Chromogenic.net is a continually expanding portfolio of photography by
Justin Ouellette, who currently resides in New York. This article describes how simple it is to get started with your own film processing...

Worst Case Execution Time

Submitted by minimism on Fri, 2006-10-20 13:14.

I've just started work at a company which does 'Worst Case Execution Time' analysis (which, for those who don't know is the maximum amount of time that a given processor takes to perform a particular program).

This is a requirement in hard real time software applications where it is vital that the software responds within a certain timescale (airbags in a car is a typical example - too early and the bag is deflating before the impact of the person; too late and the bag inflates too close to the person and can cause injury!).

This entry is also kind of a test to see whether this

the apparent return of dktr.t.

Submitted by minimism on Sun, 2006-09-03 15:01.

last seen in late 1999, rumours are reaching us that dktr.t. has been recently spotted in and around what used to be his home town...

iwari.com

Submitted by minimism on Wed, 2006-08-23 22:01.

York: with so much history it sees to leach into you after more than a few days; with so many teashops and cafes that it has to be some variation on a Douglas Adams joke; and with so many pubs, and so many churches that you sometimes wonder which inspires most reverence.

Episode 4: A new ... errr.....

Submitted by minimism on Wed, 2006-08-23 21:30.

This is the latest in a series of redesigns/relaunches of minimism.com. Anyone who has been here before will not find anything familiar at all, since the old content has been removed...

This is (some kind of) year zero.

Now all that is needed is the rebuilding. I'm planning to add all sorts of things here: music, video, images, text.

For the moment I am using the stock Kubrick theme, but this will no doubt change as I get further into the redesign.

Let's go :)