Submitted by Khazwossname on Wed, 11/30/2011 - 04:02.
"Interview with the Cultist"
This was a triumph!
I whipped up a little onscreen keyboard utility for entering katakana and hiragana characters. It's intended for use by anyone (like me)who needs to type simple and occasional Japanese, and can't or won't use the complete Windows IME for this.
Comments are welcome, below or by email, especially from people who are Japanese speakers; I've done my best, but am not 100% certain I got the syntax and Romanizations right.
I greatly enjoy acting, when the opportunity arises. I have managed to scrape up enough opportunities to write a small acting resume, which is available right here.
Submitted by Khazwossname on Sun, 07/20/2008 - 15:31.
Below are links to the individual files that make up the Rubynoid game.
Submitted by Khazwossname on Sat, 01/26/2008 - 17:35.
This is the ultimate writer's brainstorming tool - just select a genre and click for suggestions on characters, settings, plot... whatever the genre requires!
NB: This is a LATE BETA version. It works - all that remains is to expand the genre contents and add some more genres.
Submitted by Khazwossname on Wed, 12/26/2007 - 01:03.
An orchestral science-fictiony piece, suitable (if it had had a real orchestra behind it, instead of just my fingers) for the theme song of a movie or TV show.
Yeah, I know, that's two songs, but I like nebulae.
Submitted by Khazwossname on Wed, 12/26/2007 - 00:57.
A futuristic Celtic-style song. This is what happens when you shoot a traditional Irish band into space. Inspired in part by the song, "Dance of the Mist" - hence the name.
Submitted by Khazwossname on Wed, 12/26/2007 - 00:53.
This is my interpretation - to my knowledge, the only one actually recorded - of the Underhill Drinking song from Algus Underdunk`s story, "Barbados Boomgarten: Under the Dead", a happy minor-key bouncy dirge drinking song. Wow, this is old now. but I still like it.