Comega and my inability to process data

by admin 8. June 2004 01:58

While wasting away time reading http://blogs.msdn.com/ I found Mike Warren's post on Comega (http://blogs.msdn.com/mattwar/archive/2004/06/07/150603.aspx) Since I'm kinda interested in the whole Polyphonic C# stuff with regards to my PhD I checked it out and wondered why I hadn't caught the renaming.

Then a double blow as I discover the third link in Google for Comega was made a month ago by the guy who sits all of 10 metres from me (http://dcooney.com/archive/2004/04/15/569.aspx) Guess that proves I don't actually take in anything I read...

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