Spacebar is a komputermachine belonging to Tom 7, which serves up some websites while he waits for extraterrestrial travel to become practical enough to literally put bars in space. It has stuff like:

My weblog Tom 7 Radar which I keep up-to-date with my projects and stories.

Some MP3s of video game music I wrote and my numerous albums I made with guitars and so forth (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 , 19, 20 , 21, 22, 23, 24 , 25, 26, 27), each in a single day as part of my Crap Art art movement's Album-a-Day project. There's also misc mp3s, which who knows what that old junk is, right?

The Cult of The Bound Variable, which I think is my favorite single thing I ever made, but is accessible only to a small community of computer scientists.

Escape, a cross-platform puzzle game (sort of like Chip's Challenge or Adventures of Lolo) I made, which has a pretty active community. Also other small games like Is Lands? and Disco? Very!.

Some old medium-good photos in the photo gallery or highly non-comprehensive collection of pictures from family and friend fun.

An animation I made with software I wrote for Computer Graphics class, which once seemed fancy. Not to mention the a hand-drawn animation made with a paint program made for the class, and a simple animation I made with the purely functional raytracer I wrote.

Tom 7's CD list finally allows you to look at all the CDs I had, in 2004.

scanterm is a linux console utility.

lambdadance for the lambdacalculus nerd in you.

A Quake 3 Map that I made and a much better but still incomplete Quake 3 Fortress map, scastles.

Info on and pictures from Pi Day.

My old, embarrassing web page from college.

Zero Pixel web site, the world's real smallest web page.

snoot.org is a creative web game site also hosted on this computer.


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