How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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The Helloworld Project is a global interactive text installation combining language, landscapes and communication technology to create a visual dialogue. From December 9-12, 2003, people from all over the world will be invited to send in messages, either by sending an SMS to a dedicated number or by going to www.helloworldproject.com.


In other news, I got tired of renaming comic books in .zip or .rar archives to .cbz or .cbr respectively, so I finally wrote a perl script to do it, and whipped up some batch files so that it can run on Windows transparently. It takes an entire directory and renames files. If anyone wants a copy, which I doubt, since I don't think any of you d/l comics, let me know.

[edit: I d/led a copy of perl2exe, so I actually have a runnable version sans weird scripts. I still don't think anyone cares, but just so's you know.]
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