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Past Meetings. February 2003 Meeting. Sako Eaton explained a little bit about what PHP is, what it does, where it fits on the spectrum of Web technologies, and ...

Jobs - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Tokyo PC Users Group Home\jobs. TPC Tokyo Job Hunting Page. - Job Search Web Sites. - Headhunters/Recruitment Agencies. - Jobs for Japanese Bilinguals ...
Roger J. Boisvert 1951-2001. Roger Boisvert, one of the earliest members of the Tokyo PC Users Group and one of its most steadfast supporters, was killed on ...

Next picture - Tokyo PC Users Group

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The Tokyo PC Users Group is Japan's largest English-speaking personal computer club, with a particular interest in bilingual personal computing.

Sharp Zaurus PDA Series - Introduction - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Next picture - Tokyo PC Users Group

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The Tokyo PC Users Group is Japan's largest English-speaking personal computer club, with a particular interest in bilingual personal computing.

JSP environment with Postgresql - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Putting together a Java Server Pages environment with Postgresql. By Jonathan Wheale In this tutorial I am going to show how to put together a JSP ...

TPC Workshop - Tokyo PC Users Group

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TPC Workshops and Training. Please contact the TPC SIG Co-ordinator with ideas and suggestions for future workshops. Feel free to make requests or offer ...

Tokyo PC Users Group - Older Past Events

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Aug 8, 2009 - Tour Guide: Mike Tokue. This month the TPC had an Akihabara tour instead of the usual monthly meeting at Omotesando. Mike Tokue , the ...

TPC Officers - Tokyo PC Users Group

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President: Barbara Manning; Vice President: Sako Eaton; Treasurer: Anthony Whitman; Secretary: open; Programs Committee: Barbara Manning, Sako Eaton, ...

TPC Mailing Lists - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Subscribe to the tpc-list mailing list. Enter your Email address: The tpc-list mailing list is used to send announcements of upcoming TPC meetings and events.

Tokyo PC Users Group Photo Gallery

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October 2002 Meeting. 2002-3-president.jpg. 2002-3 President Barbara Manning Presenting on Viruses. 2002-2003-organizers.jpg. 2002-2003 Organzing ...

WIT'01 - Work In Tokyo Job Fair

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WIT'01 - Work In Tokyo Job Fair. 22 October 2001. Masatsugu Fujinaka. click on any image to see a larger version ...

Tokyo PC Users Group - Past Events

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Jun 4, 2009 - Presenter: Michael Buma. What's in the making of a logo? Some creativity to give the viewer a powerful image and effective tools to render the ...

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Internet Train Route Planners - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Internet Train Route Planners. By Andrew Shuttleworth. In Japan, trains are unavoidable - for most of us living in cities they are a daily necessity. Whether you ...

BBS Novice to Addict in Two Weeks - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1995/02/bbsnov.html
BBS Novice to Addict in Two Weeks. Paul Cipywnyk. As the modem beeped out the tones, my palms started to sweat. Though I've been a TPC member since ...

The Midnight Writer: May 1996 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/05/tmw9605.html
The Midnight Writer: May 1996. Mike Lloret. Those of you who read last month's issue may remember that I was having trouble with The Beast, my Gateway 2000 ...

Toys for T.O.T.s - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/01/toys.html
Toys for T.O.T.s. Kevin Ryan. Robert Irizarry reviewed his Timex data watch in last month's AJ, and in the spirit of childish one-upmanship (we are in good 

The Midnight Writer - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2003/03/regex_keller.html
Searching, matching and replacing successfully - Part 2. by Kurt Keller. Have you had a chance to use regular expressions since you read the first part of this ...

[PPT]PC Viruses - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Win 95 E and J on one system - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/07/Win95ej.html
Running Win95 E&J on one system. by Conor Canavan. I don't know if Mike Lloret knew when he unearthed System Commander (as reviewed last month's ...

Ionic Column - October , 2002 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/10/ionic_column_0210.html
Ionic Column in exile. by David Parry. Englishman David Parry lived, worked and played in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a member of TPC from 1986.

Ricoh DC-2L Camera Review - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/11/ricoh.html
Ricoh DC-2L Camera Review. by Roland Hechtenberg. Before the August meeting of the TPC, I did my usual Akihabara tour, and I wanted to buy the digital ...

The Midnight Writer - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2003/03/opera.html
It's Not Over till the Fat Lady Sings The New Opera 7.01 for Windows -- "the fastest, smallest, most full-featured desktop browser on the planet" --. by Gary Wolff.

Should I buy a PDA? - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/06/pda_question.html
Q: Should I buy a PDA? A: Only if you need one. by Andrew Shuttleworth. In this brief article I hope to provide enough information that it will take you a long way ...

An Introduction to IP Addresses: Part 2 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/06/ipintro_2.html
An Introduction to IP Addresses: Part 2. by Kurt Keller. IP addresses (part 2) - one size does not fit all. Last time you got a brief explanation of what IP numbers ...

E-MAIL: POP3 on a DOS-only System - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/04/dospop.html
E-MAIL: POP3 on a DOS-only System. Dan Komssromi. Do you need to use Windows for e-mail? No. Even POP3 - basically today's standard - can be used with ...

Akihabara Sampling Trip (Sunday, December 7)

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Akihabara Sampling Trip (Sunday, December 7): by Sigi Rindler. Well, since there is an "official" Akihabara field trip coming up in exactly one week, I needed to ...

RPG Software Pre-Review - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/12/rpg.html
RPG Software Pre-review. Micky Gunn and Mike Lloret. Mike says: Some of you are aware that I have been known to spend some of my free time playing ...

LaserWriter to PC Cable - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/07/Cables.html
Playing With a Soldering Iron. Cable to connect LaserWriter and PC. by Masayo Arai. Hi, fellow TPC members! I like playing with PCs, but not by playing PC ...

Review of MIRO VIDEO DC30; OCN; NetMeeting; Internet Phone...

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/08/miro_ocn.html
Review of MIRO VIDEO DC30; OCN; NetMeeting; Internet Phone... Ken Cotton. Review of miro VIDEO DC30;. OCN; NetMeeting;. Internet Phone.... by Ken ...

Genius Mouse Review - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/12/genius.html
Genius Mouse Review. by Roland Hechtenberg. Recently, I bought the Genius EasyScroll II mouse for around ¥4,000. This mouse has four buttons, three on top ...

Using old HD Magnets - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/10/old_HD_magnets.html
Once out of service, hard disks are taken to have a remaining value similar to that of a brick. If you have one disk that you can take apart, you may salvage some ...

The Longest Journey - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/09/The_longest_journey.html
The Longest Journey A Different Kind of Computer Game. Reviewed by Barbara Manning. Quite possibly The Longest Journey was in getting the game installed ...

Virus Alert

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/10/viralert.html
Virus Alert. Sigi Rindler. Virus Alert! by Sigi Rindler. I have been plagued by plagued by the Sampo virus on and off for years, must have infected every client's ...

Videocams and a Newton - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/05/vidnewt.html
Videocams and a Newton. Don Modesto. Don Modesto is a Mac user anticipating a time when platforms don't mean that much. He can be reached at ...

Callback - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/12/callback.html
Callback. Sigi Rindler. Callback. by Sigi Rindler. Callback to my ancestors in Niger or Mauritius? Well, most of you guys know that I come from Austria and have ...

Hello from the New Co-Publisher - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/01/newpub.html
Hello from the new Co-Publisher. Paul Cipywnyk. Hi, I'm the new Co-Publisher of the Algorithmica Japonica. I'd like to introduce myself, and tell you about how ...

Wincode - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1995/06/wincode.html
Wincode: Send Files by Internet E-mail. Paul Cipywnyk. Code?! Whoa, don't run away - if you think coding is something that only programmers do, try again.

Ram Doubler Review - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1995/11/ramdrev.html
Ram Doubler Review. Paul Cipywnyk. Have you avoided the Windows95 tsunami? Are you still clinging to Windows 3.1X? I suspect a lot of people are leery of ...

[PPT]Commercial Printing Processes

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The TPC of Yore , Part 1 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/07/tpc_of_yore_part1.html
The TPC of Yore A Short History: Part 1. Compiled and edited by David Bernat from material by Alan (The Rabbi) DuBoff, with input from David Parry, Sigi ...

HP Printer Nightmares - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/06/hpmares.html
HP Printer Nightmares. by Sigi Rindler. Recent printer problems have cost me more hair than I can afford. Let me dedicate this review to a couple of HP LaserJet ...

Ionic Column - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/01/ic199601.html
Ionic Column. David Parry. Englishman David Parry lived in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a member of TPC from 1986. A frequent contributor to this ...

How to Upgrade to Win95 OSR2 in Three Easy Steps

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/08/win950sr2.html
How to Upgrade to Win95 OSR2 in Three Easy Steps. Roland Hechtenberg. How to Upgrade to Win95 OSR2 in Three Easy Steps. by Roland Hechtenberg. 1.

Same Name, Different IP - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/03/sameip.html
Same Name, Different IP. by Kurt Keller. Recently a customer needed to change their IP addresses from one IP address range to another. DNS (Domain Name ...

V34 Modems - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1995/01/jv34.html
V34. Todd Boyle. Magazine Extract: Data Communications, Nov. 1994 V.34 Modems: watch the fine print. The V.34 standard for 28.8 Kbit/second modems was ...

Clip Magic 2.01 TPC Presentation - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/04/clip_magic_2_01.html
Clip Magic 2.01. as presented at the TPC March Meeting by new Disk Librarian,. Mike Kato. Last month, I revived a long forgotten tradition of the TPC, the Disk ..

View of Islam Review - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/10/islam.html
View of Islam Review. by John Edward Philips. View of Islam: A Multimedia Tour by Future Publishers (CD-ROM for Windows) 472 Megabytes, graphics, maps.

Ionic Column March 1996 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/03/ion9603.html
Ionic Column - March 1996. by David Parry. Englishman David Parry lived in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a member of TPC from 1986. A frequent ...

Tim Leffman Interview - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/07/tim_leffman.html
Tokyo Musician Tim Leffman. Interview obtained by Mike Lloret. Tim Leffman is a tall, gangly singer songwriter from London. Usually peering out from under a ...

The OS that just won't die - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/07/os_wont_die.html
As a continuation of my December 2001 article on installing the VAR version of OS/2 4.51 from Serenity Systems International called eComStation (eCS for ...

The Midnight Writer, October, 1996 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/10/tmw9610.html
The Midnight Writer: October 1996. by Mike Lloret. The Beast's pretty quiet these days, since I haven't yet managed to solve my sound card problem. Nothing ...

Old is New... - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/07/oldnew.html

Old is New... by Patrick Unterlerchner. In the May 1998 issue of the AJ, our president, Pat Hughes, mentioned the Black Lion in Meguro. This month, I suggest to ...

MIDI: Tone's Computerized Band - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/12/midi.html
MIDI: Tone's Computerized Band. by Frank Angstead. Recently, a fellow musician attending a TPC meeting asked me about the MIDI rig I use in my live show (in ...

Investment Basics -- Tutorial Review - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/07/invest.html
Investment Basics -- Tutorial Review. Pamela Saalbach. "Investment Basics" Tutorial Review. By Pamela Saalbach. Investment Basics by Competence Software ...

Tokyo PC Users Group

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Apr 1, 2006 - PHP Hacks by Jack D. Herrington Dec. 2005, O'Reilly Media, Inc. 468 pages, $29.95, paperback. Amazon.com | Amazon.co.jp.

Review of Being Digital by Nicholas Negroponte

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Review of Being Digital by Nicholas Negroponte. Paul Cipywnyk. The future is bits, not atoms. So says M.I.T. Media Lab visionary Nicholas Negroponte.

From the Internet - Of Roger - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/11/from_the_internet.html
From the internet. . . The outpouring of shock and grief registered throughout communities that were touched by Roger's life is a testament to his generosity, ...

GIF my HomePage pictures, Mr. JPG - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/10/aj_6a0.html
GIF my HomePage pictures, Mr. JPG. by Kurt Keller. You created your first HomePage and found that it still looks somewhat different from so many others?

Assembling a PC: Lessons Learned -- Part 1 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/11/pcassem1.html
Assembling a PC: Lessons Learned -- Part 1. Masayo Arai. Assembling a PC: Lessons learned. Part 1 of 2. By Masayo Arai. Hi AJ readers! Started as a hard disk ...

Printer Cable - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/09/Cables2.html
Experiment to Connect Two PCs to One Printer. by Masayo Arai. Hi TPC members! The report from me this month is a result of my experiment. I fixed a printer ...

Ionic Column -- May 1997 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/05/ion9705.html
Ionic Column -- May 1997. David Parry. Englishman David Parry lived in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a TPC member from 1986. A frequent contributor to ...

An Introduction to IP addresses: Part 1 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/05/Ipintro_1.html
An introduction to IP addresses: Part 1. by Kurt Keller. IP addresses (part 1) - on the internet you're only a number. If you have a connection to the internet and ...

IT Job Hunting in Tokyo - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/08/IT_job_hunting.html
IT Job Hunting in a Tough Tokyo Job Market. by Andrew Shuttleworth. How different things are from just a couple of years ago when there seemed to be plenty of ...

MSDOS.SYS Editing - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/08/msdosed.html
Windows 95 MSDOS.SYS Editing. by Masayo Arai. I cannot resist peeping into hidden files and checking what they are for. Sometimes I delete them and see ...

[PDF]here - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/12/aj9812.PDF
 

Unicomp Linux 101 Keyboard Review - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/04/unicomp_linux_101_kbd.html
Unicomp Linux 101. Keyboard Review. By Paul Cipywnyk. Clackety clackety clack! Do you remember the good old "buckling spring" IBM keyboards? The big ..

Akihabara Trip On October 18 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/11/aki9811.html
By Sigi Rindler(Mr. Akihabara). Well, when I woke up at 6 AM by a loud bang, I knew that the typhoon was in full swing. A flower pot from an adjacent house was ...

The LAN Party ; TPC Presentation in Reveiw - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/03/the_lan_party.html
The LAN Party TPC Presentation in Review. By Andrew Hayes. First, many thanks to those that organized, contributed, and attended the TPC's first foray into ...

Index October 1998 AJ - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/10/index.html
Index for October 1998 AJ. Good Enough... And Getting Better! by Ken Cotton. On MP3, Domain Name Registration and WebDrive. Ionic Column -- October 1998.

AOL Instant Messenger - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/06/aim.html
AOL Instant Messenger. by Gary Wolff. A couple of months ago I was introduced to a cool online chat service, the AOL Instant Messenger, by my know-it-all, early ...

DOS/V Tips You Can Use - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/06/Dosvtips.html
DOS/V Tips You Can Use. by Ben Sherman. I recently received a new used computer on my desk at school. It's an old IBM PS/2 Model 70 with a hard disk of 60 ...

Entrepreneur's Roadmap - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Overview · First page · Next page · Previous · Last page · Past Events · TPC Home. Tokyo PC Users Group.

Getting Finance - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Overview · First page · Next page · Previous · Last page · Past Events · TPC Home. Tokyo PC Users Group.

[PPT]Download - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Aj9906

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http://www.tokyopc.org June 1999 Release 16.6 3 The Midnight Writer has good news for a change. 4 Get all the exciting news about TPC from Prez Sez 5 What ...

Tokyo PC Users Group: Algorithmica Japonica September, 1996

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/09/index.html
In This Month's Issue: TPC Meetings & Membership · Midnight Writer More Disks, Faster Video: Mike Lloret; Experiment to Connect Two PCs to One Printer A ...

Mr. AKihabara's January Tour!

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Mr. Akihabara's January Tour! Sigi Rindler will lead another of his. ***famous*** Akihabara tours on. Sunday January 21. Meet at Akihabara Station Mansei ...

Tokyo PC Users Group: Algorithmica Japonica June, 1995

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1995/06/index.html
Wincode: Send Files by Internet E-mail : Paul Cipywnyk. Tokyo PC Users Group, Post Office Box 103, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo 150-8691, JAPAN. STOP! You can ...

EDICT and the WWWJDIC server with glossing and Kanji lookup and ...

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Comments - Tokyo PC Users Group

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May 7, 2009 - Presenter: Mike Tokue. This well attended meeting included many new participants at the TPC monthly meeting. Everyone wanted to hear, and

HTML COURSE Lesson 3 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/12/aj_6c0.html
Grey is boring, I like green. by Kurt Keller. Bored with the grey background Netscape uses by default? Me too. My favourite colour is green. It is possible to ...

Comments - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/index.php/events/comments/187/
May 29, 2009 - Presenter: Michael Buma. What's in the making of a logo? Some creativity to give the viewer a powerful image and effective tools to render the ...

Tokyo PC Users Group - Past Events

www.tokyopc.org/.../thursday_may_7_2009_basic_digital_photography_p...
May 7, 2009 - Presenter: Mike Tokue. Last time Mike focused on how to process digital photographs and made some suggestions on how to store and where ...

Comments - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/index.php/news/comments/190/
Aug 7, 2009 - User Groups,. Can you share this survey with your members if you think they'll be interested? If you've used our popular programming ...

Comments - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/index.php/promos/comments/146/
May 1, 2007 - McAfee SiteAdvisor is a small, free piece of software that works with your MS Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. It tells you in an easy graphical ...

Akihabara Tour - Sunday, January 21, 1996 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/02/akitour.html
Akihabara Tour - Sunday, January 21, 1996. by Sigi Rindler. This time it was just a small group of 8, but that's better for me since this crowd is better to handle ...

Comments - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/index.php/events/comments/186/
Apr 29, 2009 - Presenter: Mike Tokue. Last time Mike focused on how to process digital photographs and made some suggestions on how to store and where ...

Tokyo PC Users Group - FAQ

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Nov 22, 2005 - Registered users can log on and contact the officers via the Email link list in their respective “Member List” member profile pages. If you are not ...

The Midnight Writer - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2003/04/blewtooth2.html
Babbitoons 2003: BLEWTOOTH BLUES 2.0. By Ann Colville. Now that Mr. Smith has his new digital dream house, his devoted Blewteeth cyberstaff continues

Tokyo PC Users Group: Algorithmica Japonica November, 2001

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/11/index.html
In This Month's Issue: Dedicated to the Memory of Roger Boisvert : Mike Lloret; Echoes of Roger : Michael K. Kato; An Interview with Roger Boisvert redux ...

Ionic Column - February 1996 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/02/febion.html
Ionic Column - February 1996. by David Parry. Englishman David Parry lived in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a member of TPC from 1986. A frequent ...

Midnight Writer: June 1996 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/06/tmw9606.html
Midnight Writer: June 1996. by Mike Lloret. Well, it turns out that I lied last issue. I'd said that I'd talk about the Win95 programs I'd bought. I can't do that, because ...

Ionic Column - Jan 03 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2003/01/ionic_column_0301.html
Ionic Column in exile. by David Parry. Englishman David Parry lived, worked and played in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a member of TPC from 1986.

Ionic Column: June 1996 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/06/ion9606.html
Ionic Column: June 1996. by David Parry. Englishman David Parry lived in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a member of TPC from 1986. A frequent contributor ...

tpc.wine-dine - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Prez Sez - March 1996 - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Prez Sez. A Message from the President. by Kevin Ryan. We started our February Exec meeting slowly. I was depressed, feeling like I couldn't give to the TPC ...

Perl - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/05/perl.html
Perl. by Stuart Woodward. Several years ago, in Algorithmica Japonica we had a series of articles about the programming language AWK. At that time several ...

New Execs and Volunteers - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/11/newexec.html
New Execs and Volunteers. by Paul Cipywnyk. Most TPC members who can attend meetings or who log on to the BBS probably know this already, but we have ...

ASP.NET Web Development - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/index.php/events/asp_net_web_development/
Jan 19, 2009 - Presenter: Michael Buma. Michael has had over 10 years of experience in applications and network engineering and has been involved in ASP ...

Thursday, November 6th: Lifecycle of a software company

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Oct 7, 2008 - Thursday, November 6th, 2008: Lifecycle of a software company. Presenter: Terrie Lloyd. Venue: Tokyo Union Church --- basement meeting ...

Tokyo PC Users Group: Algorithmica Japonica January, 1996

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/01/index.html
Midnight Writer Resolutions: Mike Lloret; Iconic Column ISDN : David Parry; Akihabara Tour Announcement : Sigi Rindler; Hello from the New Co-Publisher ...

The Midnight Writer, July, 1996 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/07/tmw9607.html
The Midnight Writer: July 1996. by Mike Lloret. Thanks to advice and help from a lot of my friends, and a very helpful visit from Frank Zeritsch, I've got The Beast ...

Tokyo PC Users Group: Algorithmica Japonica August, 1996

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/08/index.html
In This Month's Issue: TPC Meetings & Membership · Midnight Writer Out with Quantum, Win95 Re-re-installed: Mike Lloret; What Hard Where A Convenient Port ...

PCMCIA Problems - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/04/pcmcia.html
PCMCIA Problems - Part 1. by Tom Donahue. Over the weekend I installed my first PCMCIA card, a Xircom Ethernet adapter. It's a long story, but here are a few ...

The Midnight Writer - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2003/03/inonicparry.html
The Ionic Column (in exile) by David Parry. Englishman David Parry lived, worked and played in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a member of TPC from 1986.

Ionic Column - July, 2002 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/07/ionic_column_0207.html
Englishman David Parry lived, worked and played in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a member of TPC from 1986. He was Newsletter Publisher from late ...

Tokyo PC Users Group: Algorithmica Japonica November, 1996

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/11/index.html
In This Month's Issue: TPC Meetings & Membership · New Executive and Volunteer Round-up Paul Cipywnyk; Midnight Writer New Executive Committee: Mike ...

Tokyo PC Users Group: Algorithmica Japonica July, 1997

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/07/index.html
In This Month's Issue: Paint'n Play Review : A.C. Vogt; Reminiscencesof the Stone Age : Irving Brand; Daggerfall Review : Mike Lloret; Investment Basics ...

Psychotic Surfing - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/08/netpsych.html
Do you send too much time surfing the 'Net? You might get labeled a psychiatric case. by Bernd Nurnberger. The front page caught my eye... USA Today ...

Akihabara Tour Sunday, March 17, 1996 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/04/aki9604.html
Akihabara Tour Sunday, March 17. by Sigi Rindler. Hi guys, here is a brief report from the TPC's recent Akihabara field trip. This was a very special day with ...

Ionic Column - May, 2002 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/05/ionic_column_0205.html
Englishman David Parry lived, worked and played in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a member of TPC from 1986. He was Newsletter Publisher from late ...

Ionic Column: May 1996 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/05/ion9605.html
Ionic Column: May 1996. by David Parry. Englishman David Parry lived in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a member of TPC from 1986. A frequent contributor ...

Haight Ashbury in the Sixties - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/07/HAshbury.html
Haight Ashbury in the Sixties. CD-ROM game by Rockument. by Chuck Olson. Last Christmas, my brother... who went to Vietnam, gave me... who had been in ...

Computers are Fun? - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/06/Compfun.html
Computers are Fun? by Roland Hechtenberg. Monday, April 8: Trying to save a file during work, I get the friendly message that drive C: is not accessible or not ...

Tokyo PC Users Group: Algorithmica Japonica October, 2002

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/10/index.html
Tokyo PC Users Group, Post Office Box 103, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo 150-8691, JAPAN. STOP! You can have your byline up here and achieve fame and glory while ...

Tokyo PC Users Group - Older Past Events

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Speaker: Lance Gatling. Technology changes the world in which we live in many visible ways. But technology also changes the world of war and weapons ...

Tokyo PC Users Group - Older Past Events

www.tokyopc.org/.../2004_02_adam_taylor_on_microsoft_security_longh...
February 2004 Meeting Adam Taylor, Microsoft, Security, Longhorn and other issues for PC users. Get the full meeting report by Jonathon Walsh of Business ...

First Page Previous Page Next Page Last Page Go to Previous View ...

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Tokyo PC Users Group - Past Events

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Apr 6, 2006 - TPC meeting place (map). (1st Thurs.) Time: Doors open at 6:30 pm, meeting starts at 7 pm, presentation from 7:30 pm. Around 9 pm, after ...

Business Contacts & the way we work - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/03/business_contacts.html
Business Contacts and the way we work by Michael K. Kato. The opening narration to Soft Trek: Telecommunications . . . the accessible frontier. These are the ...

Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/index.php/pastevents/comments/42/
SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is a scientific technique that enables your web page to appear prominently (closer to the beginning) in the results of a search ...

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Tokyo PC Users Group - Older Past Events

www.tokyopc.org/index.php/pastevents/P15/
Jim Ryan, the Information Systems Officer for the US Embassy gave us a complete overview of what it takes to make your systems secure, from a individual PC ...

Roll Your Own! Part 2 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/07/roll_your_own_2.html
Roll Your Own! Part 2. Buying the Parts and Screwing them together Ralph Sumner. So you're really going to give it a go? You're going to select all those hot ..

Random Access Online: The King Of Akihabara - Newsweek

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Jun 14, 2001 - ... resident of Japan who is so familiar with the shops and alleys here that his compatriots at the Tokyo PC User Group call him "Mr. Akihabara.

Modem Woes - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1995/04/kevmod.html
Modem Woes. Kevin Ryan. V.34 brings new woes to the untecky installer (me). You'd think it would get easier with time. It doesn't. Modem installation has ...

Algorithmica Japonica 1996 - Tokyo PC Users Group

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1996. December: Beast Manor, EasyScroll Mouse, MIDI, Digital Cameras, HTML Tutorial; November: New Executives, Resources for TPC Members, Ricoh ...

TPC - Corporate_Members and Supporting Companies

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TPC Corporate Members and Supporting Companies. The Tokyo PC Users Group thanks our growing number of Corporate Members and Supporting ...

Top Ten Googlewhacks - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/04/my_top_10_googlewhacks.html
Inspired by Benjamin Butcher's Googlewhacking article (see March 2002 Alorithmica Japonica 19:03) Mike Kato has listed his ...

[PDF]The complete January newsletter in pdf format - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2003/01/AJ_jan03.pdf
 

Chris Grundy Interview - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/10/chris_grundy.html
AJ: Chris, anyone who speaks with you for a minute or two can tell that you're from Australia, but could you give us a little more background on yourself?

OS/2 in the 21st Century - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/12/os2_21st_century.html
OS/2 in the 21st Century by Wayne Bickell. At the end of September my pre-ordered copy of eComStation finally arrived. For those of you who don't know what ...

Tokyo PC Users Group Meeting -- December 1997

www.tokyopc.org/meetings/1997/12/
Tokyo PC Users Group. December, 1997 Meeting. TPC Secretary Stuart Woodward brought his digital camera along to the December meeting and captured ...

Screaming Down the Wire - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/08/wire.html
Screaming Down the Wire. by Charlie McDermott. No, this isn't what you hear when you call home at 2:00 a.m. to tell your wife you're running a little late. Nor is it ...

How to get a state-of-the-art computer system for free

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/02/freecomp.html
How to get a state-of-the-art computer system for free... by Sigi Rindler. Well, the following trick wouldn't work for me, but for my 15 year old son Yoichi it does.

Assembling a PC: Lessons Learned -- Part 2 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/12/pcassem2.html
Assembling a PC: Lessons Learned -- Part 2. Masayo Arai. Assembling a PC: Lessons learned. Part 2 of 2. by Masayo Arai. October 15 evening. I read the ..

Computing Japan Online - User Groups - J@pan Inc

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Annual membership¥10,000 (newsletter, full newsgroup access). Call the TPC hotline at 5956-7228, e-mail info@tokyopc.org, or access http://www.tokyopc.org/.

Tokyo PC Users Group - Japan's largest English speaking personal ...

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The Tokyo PC Users Group is Japan's largest English-speaking personal computer club, with a particular interest in bilingual personal computing.

Review of RealAudio Player - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1995/09/rareview.html
Review of RealAudio Player. Paul Cipywnyk. Are you looking for ways in which to blow even more time and money on the World Wide Web? Do you want to ...

Irfan View 3.61 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/05/irfan_view.html
Irfan View 3.61. By Disk Librarian Mike Kato. Irfan View is a phenomenal graphics viewer for any version of Windows, cretaed by Irfan Skiljan from Jajce, Bosnia, ...

Tokyo PC Users Group - Join

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TPC Membership. TPC members benefit from networking with like minded folks. The club meets to conduct club business and hear a lecture on a salient topic of ...

TPC-telephony - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Tokyo PC Users Group: Algorithmica Japonica October, 2001

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/10/index.html
In This Month's Issue: PCs4Uganda Part 2 : Dr. Richard Ochero & Vanessa Kratzmann; Portal Technology & Next Generation OS : Michael K. Kato; TPC Prez ...

The TPC of Yore , Part 2 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/08/tpc_of_yore_part2.html
The TPC of Yore A Short History: Part 2. Compiled and edited by David Bernat from material by Alan (The Rabbi) DuBoff, with input from David Parry, Sigi ...

A load of computer clubs and a wad of financial advice | The Japan ...

www.japantimes.co.jp/.../08/.../a-load-of-computer-clubs-and-a-wad-of-financial-advice/
Aug 15, 2002 - Check out: www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001. Meetings take place monthly in the basement (accessed from the side of the building) of the .

TPC Membership and Meetings - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/tpc/join_tpc.html
TPC Membership & Meetings. TPC Membership. For up-to-date information about TPC membership categories, please see membership ...

Aj9912 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1999/12/index.html
Algorithmica Japonica The newsletter of Tokyo PC Users Group In This Issue : Pat Hughes's Last of the Century Page 3 Last Akihabara Tour of The Century Sigi ...

The Absent-Minded Perfesser: Using Linux to save Windows Data

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2003/04/perfesserapril03.htm
The Absent-Minded Perfesser: Using Linux to save Windows Data. By John Philips. Don't even think about switching operating systems! Think about adding ...

TPC Corporate Member Directory - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/tpc/corpmembers.html
Tokyo PC Users Group Corporate Members and Supporters. The Tokyo PC Users Group thanks our growing number of corporate members. Corporate members ...

To PDA or Not to PDA - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/06/to_pda_or_not.html
PART 1: To PDA or Not to PDA? By Natasha Thompson. It's coming... I don't know when but it's on its way. I know it's small, a couple ounces and very quiet.

Robomail Quick Review - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1995/03/robomail.html
RoboMail Quick Review. Paul Cipywnyk. Many TPC BBS users plug the RoboMail mail reader, especially its database message management system. It allows ...

Tokyo PC Users Group - Japan's largest English speaking personal ...

www.tokyopc.org/gallery/081106_tpc/fine_points.html
The Tokyo PC Users Group is Japan's largest English-speaking personal computer club, with a particular interest in bilingual personal computing.

Ex-Prez Sez - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/11/exps9811.html
Ex-Prez Sez. A Message From Ex-President Pat Hughes. Wandering Ex-Prez... This time I am writing while sitting in a bar in Toronto listening to an old friend of ...

Roger Boisvert - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/11/Dedicated_to_Roger.html
This issue of the Algorithmica Japonica, November 2001, is dedicated to the memory of Roger Boisvert. The members of the Tokyo PC Users Group wish to ...

Echoes of Roger - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/11/Echoes_of_Roger.html
I have always thought of Roger Boisvert as a trusted friend for the seven or eight years I knew him. Although he was obviously several years my senior, he was ...

Ionic Column, March, 1997 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/03/ion9703.html
Ionic Column. David Parry. Englishman David Parry lived in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a TPC member from 1986. A frequent contributor to the AJ, ...

Swappable Drives, OSs, and UPS problems in Japan

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/02/toddb.html
Thoughts on Swappable Drives, OSs, and UPS problems in Japan. by Todd Boyle. Lately my boss has been telling me I should consider a different line of work.

Googlewhacking - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/03/googlewhacking.html
Googlewhacking. By Benjamin Butcher. The search took 0.08 seconds and got 132 hits. I know this because Google told me. Such a search would normally be ...

Silicon Snake Oil Review - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/11/silicon.html
Silicon Snake Oil Review. by Stuart Woodward. When I saw Cliff Stoll's new book, Silicon Snake Oil, in the bookshop in paperback, I was immediately in two ...

Bill Clinton, Nigeria and the Internet - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/09/Clinton_Nigeria.html
Bill Clinton, Nigeria and the Internet. Dr. John Edward Philips. Was it his last overseas presidential trip? I don't know. I am not one of those Clinton obsessives ...

Kid Stuff - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1996/03/kidstuf.html
Kid Stuff. by Kevin Ryan. With two kids and a penchant for buying software, I have wasted a lot of money in the last couple of years. I am writing this in the hope ...

Morale Building - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Overview · First page · Next page · Previous · Last page · Past Events · TPC Home. Tokyo PC Users Group.
Copyright 2001 Tokyo PC Users Group Java Special Interest Group ( jSIG ). All rights reserved. Java is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Ken Fermoyle on Cleaning your Computer - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/12/kkclean.html
Ken Fermoyle &. The Art of Computer Maintenance. Keep It Clean! (Part 1). A cardinal rule of computer maintenance. If cleanliness is next to godliness, we ...

An Introduction to IP Addresses: Part 3 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/07/ipintro_3.html
An Introduction to IP Addresses: Part 3. by Kurt Keller. IP addresses (part 3) - getting from here to there. This is the third and last part of my insights into IP ...

PCs for Uganda - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/09/PCs_Uganda.html
PCs for Uganda Part One: Putting a new face on Uganda. Dr. Richard Ochero & Vanessa Kratzmann. Africa. Some call it the Land God Forgot. Others, the Land ...

Tokyo PC Users Group Meeting Announcement

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TPC normally meets on the first Thursday of every month, but national holidays or event clashes sometimes require delaying a week.

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Overview · First page · Next page · Previous · Last page · Past Events · TPC Home. Tokyo PC Users Group.

IBM Biggest Hard Drive - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1998/12/bighard.html
World's Largest Consumer Hard Drive. Unveiled by IBM. By Jerry Suppan. IBM introduced the first hard disk drive ever back in 1956. It had a capacity of 5 mega ...

Japan: Tortoise or Hare in the Technological Competitivenss Race?

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/09/torthare.html
Japan: Tortoise or Hare in the Technological Competitivenss Race? Pamela Saalbach. Japan: Tortoise or Hare in the Technological Competitiveness Race?

Ionic Column - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2001/09/ionic0109.html
Englishman David Parry lived in Tokyo from 1980 to 1994 and was a member of TPC from 1986. Currently working as a translator in Düsseldorf, he returns to ...

Disk Librarian - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/03/disk_librarian.html
Disk Librarian. By Michael K. Kato. When I first started coming to the TPC, circa 1992-1993, Bill Auckerman was President and, one of the prominent execs was a ...

Special Akihabara Tour - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/1997/09/aki9709.html
Special Akihabara Tour. Sigi Rindler. Special Akihabara tour on a bloody hot August Sunday. by Sigi Rindler. Well, knowing the hot days in Tokyo during August ...

Computex Taipei 2002 - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2002/07/computex_taipei.html
Computex Taipei 2002. by Andrew Shuttleworth. Computex is the world's third biggest IT trade show after Comdex in Las Vegas and CeBIT in Germany.

(none) - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/workshop/history/index_1999_11.html
November 1999 TPC Workshop Summary. Web Support and Administration. About 20 of us showed up for the Web Support workshop under the tutelage of Jim ...

Fax away with faxaway - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Fax away with "faxaway". by Sigi Rindler. If you have expected the usual Akihabara report, I'm really sorry to disappoint you this time... I have decided to give the ...

Bankruptcy - Tokyo PC Users Group

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The Business Models - Tokyo PC Users Group

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Overview · First page · Next page · Previous · Last page · Past Events · TPC Home. Tokyo PC Users Group.

Multi-tiered Arch & App Servers - Tokyo PC Users Group

www.tokyopc.org/newsletter/2003/01/arch_n_app_servers.html
Multi-tiered Architectures and Applications Servers (Part 1). By David Smith. The last few years have seen a lot of change in the software industry. More and ...

Data and Computer Communications: Networking and Internetworking

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Gurdeep S. Hura, ‎Mukesh Singhal - 2001 - ‎Technology & Engineering
... Services International (non-profit professional association) http://www.creossbowen.co q Personal computing http://www.tokyopc.org, http://www.viewz.com, ...

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My Tribute to Sigi Rindler - Gary Wolff

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My Tribute to Sigi Rindler, a.k.a. Mr. ... Sigi went to be with the Lord on May 19, 2008. ... Sigi & his wife in his apartment in Ebisu just after they got married

Metropolis - Tokyo Tech Know: In for repair

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Tokyo PC Users Group, http://www.tokyopc.org. Ringo Mac Users Group, http://www.ringo.net. Tokyo Linux Users Group, http://www.tlug.gr.jp ...

Tomoko's Blog: Terry Lloyd

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Nov 11, 2008 - Terry Lloyd is a famous entrepreneur here in Tokyo. He talked about selling companies and for me it really sounded scary although he looked ...
 

SIGNIFICANTIVE.COM CERVANTESGAKUIN.COM
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software. Tokyo PC's superb, first generation BBS 03-374-2774 was operated1986-88 on RBBS-PC by "The Rabbi" (Alan Duboff). When he left in January 1987,

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Ana Belén y Manzanita - 'Romance sonámbulo'


Manzanita con Ketama - Verde que te quiero verde (rumba)
La grabación es parte de una película de Carlos Saura sobre el flamenco.



Verde que te quiero verde.
Verde viento. Verdes ramas.
El barco sobre la mar
y el caballo en la montaña
.
Romance Sonámbulo


Green, how
I want you green.
Green wind. Green branches.
The ship out on the sea
and the horse on the mountain.
Ballad of the Sleepwalker


Vert et je te veux vert.
Vent vert. Vertes branches.
Le bateau sur la mer,
le cheval dans la montagne.
Romance somnambule

For the Love of Green

Gloria Ginernek és Fernando de los Ríosnak

Zöld, szeretlek, zöld, imádlak.
Zöld szél. Zöldbe borult ágak.
Bárka ring a tenger fodrán,
ló és lovas hegyre hágnak.
Alvajáró románc



Verd que et vull verd.
Verd vent. Verdes branques.
El vaixell sobre la mar
i el cavall en la muntanya.

Romanç Somnàmbul


緑色わたしの好きな緑色。
緑の風、緑の枝よ。
海の上には船。
山の中には馬。

夢遊病者のロマンセ


Niño en Verde 緑の中の子供

綠色,我多麼想你的綠色。
綠色風。綠色分支機構。
海上船出
而山上的馬。
夢遊謠

綠呀我愛你這樣綠。
綠的風。綠的枝椏。
大海上的船哪,
高山上的馬。

xinhuanet.com

綠,一如我愛綠色的你
綠的風,綠的枝椏
船在海上
馬在山裏
译洛尔加《梦游人谣》



Verde che ti voglio verde
Verde vento. Verdi rami.
La barca sul mare
e il cavallo sulla montagna.
Romanza sonnambula

Verda, ĝin mi volas verda.
Verda vento. Verdaj branĉoj.
La ĉevalo sur la monto
kaj la ŝipo sur la maro.

Somnambula romanco


Зелень, люблю тебя зелёной.
Зелёный ветер. Зелёные ветви.
Корабль на волнах
и конь на горе.
Сомнамбулический романс

GARCÍA LORCA EN RUSIA.htm

Verde que te quero verde.
Verde vento. Verdes ramas.
O barco vai sobre o mar
e o cavalo na montanha.
Romance sonâmbulo


Grün wie ich dich liebe grün.
Grüner Wind. Grüne Zweige.
Das Schiff auf dem Meer
und das Pferd in den Bergen.
Somnambule Romanze


Zeleno, ki teljubim zeleno.
Zeleni veter. Zelene veje.
Ladja na morju
in konj na planini.
Mesecna romanea


Zelenou rád té mam, zelenou.
Zelenj vítr. Zelené
haluze. Koráb na moñ
a kom na strmych horách.
Czech translations of
Lorca’s Gypsy Ballads



Verde, cât te iubesc, verde!
Verde vânt, verde tulpină.
Barcă-n largurile mării
și calul pe vârf de munte.


Verde ce mi te-ndrăgesc,
Verde vânt. Ramuri verzi.
Luntrea pe mare
Şi calul pe munte.

Romanţa somnambulă

Yeşil, isterim seni yeşil ne kadar.
yeşil rüzgâr. Yeşil dallar.
denizin üstünde vapur
ve dağın üstünde at.

Uykulu ask macerasi


Πράσινο, πώς θέλω πράσινο.
Πράσινο άνεμο. Πράσινα κλαδιά.
Το πλοίο έξω στην θάλασσα
και το άλογο στο βουνό.
Η ΜΠΑΛΑΝΤΑ ΤΗΣ ΥΠΝΟΒΑΣΙΑΣ


الأخضر، كيف أريدك الأخضر.
الرياح الأخضر. الفروع الخضراء.
السفينة خارج على البحر
والحصان في الجبل.

أ
غنية من يمشي اثناء النوم


Vihreä minä rakastan sinua vihreä.
Vihreä Tuuli.Vihreät oksat.


Grønn, jeg vil ha deg grønn.
Vinden grønn. Grenene grønne.
Båten ute på havet
og hesten oppe i fjellet.

 Zielonej pragnę zieleni.
Pnie zielone. Wiatr zielony.
Koń na stromym zboczu gór
i okręt na morskiej toni.
Romanca lunatyczna


Zeleno, volim te zeleno
Zeleni vjetar. Zelene grane.
Barku na zelenom moru
Konja u zelenoj gori.
MJESEČARSKA ROMANSA


Zeleno, volim te, zeleno.
Zelen vetar, zelene grane.
Brod na moru
i konj u planini.
ROMANSA MESECARKA


Grøn vil eg ha deg grøn.
Grøn vind. Grøne greiner.
Båten på havet
og hingsten i fjellet.

Søvngjengarballade


Roheline, armastan sind, roheline.
Roheline tuul. Rohelised oksad.


ירוק אני רוצה אותך, ירוק.
רוח ירוקה. ענפים ירוקים.
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והסוס על ההרים.
רומנסה סהרורית


Zeleň, ako ťa ľúbim, zeleň.
Zelený vietor. Zelené ratolesti.





ROMANCE SONÁMBULO

A Gloria Giner y a  Fernando de los Ríos

  
 VERDE que te quiero verde.
Verde viento. Verdes ramas.
El barco sobre la mar
y el caballo en la montaña.
Con la sombra en la cintura
ella sueña en su baranda,
verde carne, pelo verde,
con ojos de fría plata.
Verde que te quiero verde.
Bajo la luna gitana,
las cosas la están mirando
y ella no puede mirarlas.

  
Verde que te quiero verde.
Grandes estrellas de escarcha,
vienen con el pez de sombra
que abre el camino del alba.
La higuera frota su viento
con la lija de sus ramas,
y el monte, gato garduño,
eriza sus pitas agrias.
¿Pero quién vendrá? ¿Y por dónde...?
Ella sigue en su baranda,
verde carne, pelo verde,
soñando en la mar amarga.

  
Compadre, quiero cambiar
mi caballo por su casa,
mi montura por su espejo,
mi cuchillo por su manta.
 Compadre, vengo sangrando,
desde los puertos de Cabra.
   Si yo pudiera, mocito,
este trato se cerraba.
Pero yo ya no soy yo,
ni mi casa es ya mi casa.
   Compadre, quiero morir
decentemente en mi cama.
De acero, si puede ser,
con las sábanas de holanda.
¿No ves la herida que tengo
desde el pecho a la garganta?
   Trescientas rosas morenas
lleva tu pechera blanca.
Tu sangre rezuma y huele
alrededor de tu faja.
Pero yo ya no soy yo,
ni mi casa es ya mi casa.
   Dejadme subir al menos
hasta las altas barandas,
¡dejadme subir!, dejadme
hasta las verdes barandas.
Barandales de la luna
por donde retumba el agua.

Ya suben los dos compadres
hacia las altas barandas.
Dejando un rastro de sangre.
Dejando un rastro de lágrimas.
Temblaban en los tejados
farolillos de hojalata.
Mil panderos de cristal,
herían la madrugada.

  
Verde que te quiero verde,
verde viento, verdes ramas.
Los dos compadres subieron.
El largo viento, dejaba
en la boca un raro gusto
de hiel, de menta y de albahaca.
   ¡Compadre! ¿Dónde está, dime? 
¿Dónde está tu niña amarga?
¡Cuántas veces te esperó!
¡Cuántas veces te esperara,
cara fresca, negro pelo,
en esta verde baranda!

 
Sobre el rostro del aljibe
se mecía la gitana.
Verde carne, pelo verde,
con ojos de fría plata.
Un carámbano de luna
la sostiene sobre el agua.
La noche se puso íntima
como una pequeña plaza.
Guardias civiles borrachos
en la puerta golpeaban.
Verde que te quiero verde.
Verde viento. Verdes ramas.
El barco sobre la mar.
Y el caballo en la montaña.

2 de agosto de 1924

ROMANCE SONAMBULO

Green, how I want you green.
Green wind. Green branches.
The ship out on the sea
and the horse on the mountain.
With the shade around her waist
she dreams on her balcony,
green flesh, her hair green,
with eyes of cold silver.
Green, how I want you green.
Under the gypsy moon,
all things are watching her
and she cannot see them.

Green, how I want you green.
Big hoarfrost stars
come with the fish of shadow
that opens the road of dawn.
The fig tree rubs its wind
with the sandpaper of its branches,
and the forest, cunning cat,
bristles its brittle fibers.
But who will come? And from where?
She is still on her balcony
green flesh, her hair green,
dreaming in the bitter sea.

—My friend, I want to trade
my horse for her house,
my saddle for her mirror,
my knife for her blanket.
My friend, I come bleeding
from the gates of Cabra.
—If it were possible, my boy,
I’d help you fix that trade.
But now I am not I,
nor is my house now my house.
—My friend, I want to die
decently in my bed.
Of iron, if that’s possible,
with blankets of fine chambray.
Don’t you see the wound I have
from my chest up to my throat?
—Your white shirt has grown
thirsty dark brown roses.
Your blood oozes and flees a
round the corners of your sash.
But now I am not I,
nor is my house now my house.
—Let me climb up, at least,
up to the high balconies;
Let me climb up! Let me,
up to the green balconies.
Railings of the moon
through which the water rumbles.

Now the two friends climb up,
up to the high balconies.
Leaving a trail of blood.
Leaving a trail of teardrops.
Tin bell vines
were trembling on the roofs.
A thousand crystal tambourines
struck at the dawn light.

Green, how I want you green,
green wind, green branches.
The two friends climbed up.
The stiff wind left
in their mouths, a strange taste
of bile, of mint, and of basil
My friend, where is she—tell me—
where is your bitter girl?
How many times she waited for you!
How many times would she wait for you,
cool face, black hair,
on this green balcony!
Over the mouth of the cistern
the gypsy girl was swinging,
green flesh, her hair green,
with eyes of cold silver.
An icicle of moon
holds her up above the water.
The night became intimate
like a little plaza.
Drunken “Guardias Civiles”
were pounding on the door.
Green, how I want you green.
Green wind. Green branches.
The ship out on the sea.
And the horse on the mountain.

Romance somnambule

À Gloria Giner y a  Fernando de los Ríos

Vert et je te veux vert.
Vent vert. Vertes branches.
Le bateau sur la mer,
le cheval dans la montagne.
L'ombre autour de la ceinture,
elle rêve à son balcon,
chair verte, verts cheveux
avec des yeux d'argent froid.
Vert et je te veux vert.
Dessous la lune gitane,
toutes les choses la regardent
mais elle ne peut pas les voir.

Vert et je te veux vert.
De grandes étoiles de givre
suivent le poisson de l'ombre
qui trace à l'aube son chemin.
Le figuier frotte le vent
à la grille de ses branches
et la montagne, chat rôdeur,
hérisse ses durs agaves.
Mais qui peut venir? Et par où?
Elle est là sur son balcon,
chair verte, cheveux verts,
rêvant à la mer amère.

L'ami, je voudrais changer
mon cheval pour ta maison,
mon harnais pour ton miroir,
mon couteau pour ta couverture.
L'ami, voilà que je saigne
depuis les cols de Cabra.
Si je le pouvais, petit,
l'affaire serait déjà faite.
Mais moi je ne suis plus moi
et ma maison n'est plus la mienne.

L'ami, je voudrais mourir dans
mon lit, comme tout le monde.
Un lit d'acier, si possible,
avec des draps de hollande.
Vois-tu cette plaie qui va
de ma poitrine à ma gorge?
Il y a trois cents roses brunes
sur le blanc de ta chemise.
Ton sang fume goutte à goutte
aux flanelles de ta ceinture.
Mais moi je ne suis plus moi et
ma maison n'est plus la mienne.
Laissez-moi monter au moins
jusqu'aux balustrades hautes.
De grâce, laissez-moi monter
jusqu'aux vertes balustrades.
Jusqu'aux balcons de la lune
là-bas où résonne l'eau.

Ils montent déjà, tous les deux,
vers les balustrades hautes.
Laissant un sentier de sang.
Laissant un sentier de larmes.
Sur les toitures tremblaient
des lanternes de fer-blanc.
Mille tambourins de verre
déchiraient le petit jour.

Vert et je te veux vert,
vent vert, vertes branches.
Ils ont monté, tous les deux.
Le vent laissait dans la bouche
un étrange goût de fiel,
de basilic et de menthe.
L'ami, dis-moi, où est-elle?
Où est-elle, ta fille amère?
Que de fois elle t'attendait!
Que de fois elle a pu t'attendre,
frais visage, cheveux noirs,
à la balustrade verte!

Sur le ciel de la citerne
la gitane se berçait.
Chair verte, cheveux verts
avec ses yeux d'argent froid.
Un petit glaçon de lune
la soutient par-dessus l'eau.
La nuit devint toute menue,
intime comme une place.
Des gardes civils ivres morts
donnaient des coups dans la porte.
Vert et je te veux vert.
Vent vert. Vertes branches.
Le bateau sur la mer,
le cheval dans la montagne.

Traduction de Claude Esteban

(Federico Garcia Lorca, Romancero Gitano)

Romance sonâmbulo

A Gloria Giner e a Fernando de los Rios

Verde que te quero verde.
Verde vento. Verdes ramas.
O barco vai sobre o mar
e o cavalo na montanha.
Com a sombra pela cintura
ela sonha na varanda,
verde carne, tranças verdes,
com olhos de fria prata.
Verde que te quero verde.
Por sob a lua gitana,
as coisas estão mirando-a
e ela não pode mirá-las.

Verde que te quero verde.
Grandes estrelas de escarcha
nascem com o peixe de sombra
que rasga o caminho da alva.
A figueira raspa o vento
a lixá-lo com as ramas,
e o monte, gato selvagem,
eriça as piteiras ásperas.

Mas quem virá? E por onde?...
Ela fica na varanda,
verde carne, tranças verdes,
ela sonha na água amarga.
—Compadre, dou meu cavalo
em troca de sua casa,
o arreio por seu espelho,
a faca por sua manta.
Compadre, venho sangrando
desde as passagens de Cabra.
—Se pudesse, meu mocinho,
esse negócio eu fechava.
No entanto eu já não sou eu,
nem a casa é minha casa.
—Compadre, quero morrer
com decência, em minha cama.
De ferro, se for possível,
e com lençóis de cambraia.
Não vês que enorme ferida
vai de meu peito à garganta?
—Trezentas rosas morenas
traz tua camisa branca.
Ressuma teu sangue e cheira
em redor de tua faixa.
No entanto eu já não sou eu,
nem a casa é minha casa.
—Que eu possa subir ao menos
até às altas varandas.
Que eu possa subir! que o possa
até às verdes varandas.
As balaustradas da lua
por onde retumba a água.

Já sobem os dois compadres
até às altas varandas.
Deixando um rastro de sangue.
Deixando um rastro de lágrimas.
Tremiam pelos telhados
pequenos faróis de lata.
Mil pandeiros de cristal
feriam a madrugada.

Verde que te quero verde,
verde vento, verdes ramas.
Os dois compadres subiram.
O vasto vento deixava
na boca um gosto esquisito
de menta, fel e alfavaca.
—Que é dela, compadre, dize-me
que é de tua filha amarga?
—Quantas vezes te esperou!
Quantas vezes te esperara,
rosto fresco, negras tranças,
aqui na verde varanda!

Sobre a face da cisterna
balançava-se a gitana.
Verde carne, tranças verdes,
com olhos de fria prata.
Ponta gelada de lua
sustenta-a por cima da água.
A noite se fez tão íntima
como uma pequena praça.
Lá fora, à porta, golpeando,
guardas-civis na cachaça.
Verde que te quero verde.
Verde vento. Verdes ramas.
O barco vai sobre o mar.
E o cavalo na montanha.

Romanza sonnambula

Verde che ti voglio verde
Verde vento. Verdi rami.
La barca sul mare
e il cavallo sulla montagna.
Con l’ombra nella cintura
lei sogna sul suo balcone
verde carne, capelli verdi,
con occhi di freddo argento.
Verde che ti voglio verde.
Sotto la luna gitana,
le cose la stanno guardando
e lei non le può guardare.

Verde che ti voglio verde.
Grandi stelle di brina,
vengono con il pesce d’ombra
che apre il cammino all’alba.
Il fico strofina il vento
con la corteccia dei sui rami,
e il monte, gatto ladro,
rizza le sue acerbe agavi.
Ma chi verrà? E da dove…?
Lei insegue sul suo balcone,
verde carne, capelli verdi
sognando il mare amaro.

Compare, voglio cambiare
il mio cavallo con la sua casa,
la mi sella col suo specchio,
il mio coltello con la sua coperta.
Compare, arrivo sanguinando
dai porti di Cabra.

Se potessi, ragazzo,
questo accordo si chiuderebbe.
Ma io non sono più io.
Né la mia casa è più la mia casa.
Compare, voglio morire
decentemente nel mio letto.
Di acciaio, se è possibile,
con le lenzuola d’Olanda.
Non vedi la ferita che ho
dal petto alla gola?
Trecento rose brune
sopporta il tuo sparato bianco.
Il tuo sangue zampilla e odora
attorno alla tua benda.
Ma io non sono più io
Né la mia casa è più la mia casa.

Almeno lasciami salire
fino agli alti balconi,
lasciami salire!, lasciami
fino ai verdi balconi.
Ballatoi della luna
da dove l’acqua rimbomba.

Già salgono i due compari
fino gli alti balconi.
Lasciando una scia di sangue.
Lasciando una scia di lacrime.
Tremavano sulle tegole
lanternine di latta.
Mille tamburelli di cristallo
ferivano l’alba.

Verde che ti voglio verde,
verde vento, verdi rami.
I due compari salirono.
Il lungo vento, lasciava
in bocca uno strano sapore
di fiele, di menta e di basilico.
Compare! Dimmi, dov’è?
Quante volte ti aspettò!
Quante volte ti ha aspettato,
volto fresco, capelli neri,
su questo verde balcone!

Sul rostro della cisterna,
si cullava la gitana.
Verde carne, capelli verdi,
con occhi di freddo argento.
Un ghiacciolo di luna
la sostiene sopra l’acqua.
La notte si fece intima
come una piccola piazza.
Guardie civili ubriache
sulla porta bussavano.
Verde che ti voglio verde.
Verde vento. Verdi rami.
La barca sul mare.
E il cavallo sulla montagna.

Somnambule Romanze

Für Gloria Giner und Fernando de los Ríos

Grün wie ich dich liebe grün.
Grüner Wind. Grüne Zweige.
Das Schiff auf dem Meer
und das Pferd in den Bergen.
Mit Schatten auf ihrem Taillenbund
träumt sie auf ihrer Veranda,
grünes Fleisch, grünes Haar,
mit Augen aus kaltem Silber.
Grün wie ich dich liebe grün.
Unter dem Gitano-Mond
schauen sie die Dinge an
und sie kann sie nicht ansehen.

Grün wie ich dich liebe grün.
Große Sterne aus Raureif
kommen mit dem Fisch des Schattens,
der der Morgendämmerung den Weg bahnt.
Der Feigenbaum reibt seinen Wind
mit dem Schleifsand seiner Zweige,
und der Berg, der diebische Kater,
sträubt seine derben Agaven.
Aber wer kommt? Und von woher?
Sie bleibt auf ihrer Veranda,
grünes Fleisch, grünes Haar,
Träumend im bitteren Meer.

Compadre[4], ich möchte tauschen
mein Pferd gegen ihr[5] Haus,
mein Zaumzeug gegen ihren Spiegel,
mein Messer gegen ihre Decke.
Compadre, blutend komme ich
von den Bergen Cabras.
Wenn ich könnte, Junge,
würde dieser Handel beschlossen.
Aber ich bin schon nicht mehr ich
und mein Haus ist nicht mehr mein Haus.
Compadre, ich möchte sterben
schicklich in meinem Bett.
Aus Eisen, wenn es sein darf,
mit den Linnen aus Holland.
Siehst du nicht die Wunde, die ich trage
von der Brust bis zur Kehle?
Dreihundert dunkle Rosen
auf deiner weißen Hemdbrust.
Dein Blut sickert und riecht
rund um deine Schärpe.
Aber ich bin schon nicht mehr ich
und mein Haus ist nicht mehr mein Haus.
Lasst mich wenigstens steigen
zu den hohen Balkonen,
lasst mich steigen, lasst mich
zu den grünen Balkonen.
Geländer des Mondes
von denen das Wasser trommelt.

Schon steigen die zwei Compadres
zu den hohen Balkonen.
Eine Blutspur hinterlassend.
Eine Tränenspur hinterlassend.
Es bebten auf den Dächern
kleine Blechlaternen.
Tausend Tamburine aus Kristall,
hielten das Morgengrauen.

Grün wie ich dich liebe grün.
Grüner Wind. Grüne Zweige.
Die beiden Compadres stiegen hinauf.
Der starke Wind ließ
im Mund einen seltsamen Geschmack
von Galle, von Minze und Basilikum.
Compadre, sag mir, wo ist?
Wo ist meine bittere Tochter?
Wie viele Male hat sie auf dich gewartet!
Wie viele Male sie auf dich gewartet hätte,
frisches Antlitz, schwarzes Haar,
auf dieser grünen Veranda!

Auf dem Antlitz des Brunnens
wiegte sich die Gitana.
Grünes Fleisch, grünes Haar,
mit Augen aus kaltem Silber.
Ein Eiszapfen des Mondes
hält sie über dem Wasser.
Die Nacht wurde traulich
wie ein kleiner Platz.
Betrunkene Zivilgardisten
klopften an die Tür.
Grün wie ich dich liebe grün.
Grüner Wind. Grüne Zweige.
Das Schiff auf dem Meer
und das Pferd in den Bergen.

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