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"I agree that Morlocks look sexy to other members of their gene pool, as do alligators, octupi and boy bands."

Roger Ebert 

Welcome to T.M.R's Workstation, the "online residence" of me, fairly commonly known as T.M.R, sometimes as The Magic Roundabout, Jason, " oy, git face!" and assorted other titles which are probably far too rude to be repeated in polite company. Or any other kind of company for that matter. This page is the latest three installments from my blog and, for the more masochistic amongst you who feel the need, click here to read the remaining drivel.

 [ Workprint – July 2015 ] posted 2015-07-06T17:51:25Z 

I’m well and truly in “demo mode” right now so, apart from a small fix for Hammer Down to hopefully prevent an extremely rare but annoying raster overrun, most of my coding time has been spent doing demo-ish things including getting my head around some $D011 “features” that I haven’t really played with previously – [&#... [more]

 [ Engage smug mode ] posted 2015-06-08T14:21:07Z 

So this blog is fairly smug to begin with, but I’ve got slightly more reason than usual at the moment; the latest issue of the excellent disk-based magazine Vandalism News was released at the Flashback party and it includes an article about the history of RGCD written by James “Heavy Stylus” Monkman which (and here [&#... [more]

 [ Workprint – June 2015 ] posted 2015-06-01T22:40:51Z 

Whoops… so last month’s workprint got a little “lost” but there wasn’t much going on so that’s okay; there’s only a couple of things for me to waffle about this time so we’ll start with Hammer Down which, after a slight deviation where Sean said he wanted to extend the music and asked for another [&#... [more]

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