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Contact Me
Todo Chart (aka: How busy is Dylan?)

Research

ZFS Timeline Forensics
Honours Thesis
BSDCan 2014 Presentation
ZFS/ZDB Plaso Parsers

Notes

Notes
Security
Vim
C and C++
FreeBSD
more notes...

Software

Codepile
Assorted little scripts and apps.
rastodo.py
Commandline/Android ToDo list stored in a text file.
Android Apps
more software...

Game Mods

LethalMod
A Max Payne 2 mod - more realistic and deadly.
more mods...

RMITCS

C Helpdesk Resources
Customising Your CS Account
more RMITCS stuff...

Roleplaying Games

Shadowrun Notes(4th ed)
Heavy Gear Notes(2nd ed)
more RPG stuff...

Portfolio

Portfolio
Examples of my University work.

Miscellaneous

links
Old Image Gallery
Taglines
crazy
Trombone slide position chart [PDF]
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Taglines are small (usually a single line of less than 80 characters) quotes placed at the end of emails or newsposts. Sometimes they can be found in other media such as books and webpages, or used as quit messages in chat channels. Because brevity is considered so desirable the attribution of the quote is often omitted and put somewhere seperately (e.g. in the headers of the mail or post, or inside a <abbr> tag).

I use the retag.pl script from my codepile to add my signature and a random tag at the bottom of my mail and newsgroup posts. I have the script bound to shift-S in vim so I can cycle through a few random ones.



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