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reply "Bent Rasmussen" <exo bent-rasmussen.info> writes:
I made a couple of D logos in a moment of inspiration; well actually they 
are way too big to be logos, so covers may be a better label. Also, they use 
an actual image of Mars. :-)

http://www.bent-rasmussen.info/d/logo/
Sep 07 2004
next sibling parent reply "Walter" <newshound digitalmars.com> writes:
I think they look pretty cool - but there needs to be a small circle for
Diemos!

"Bent Rasmussen" <exo bent-rasmussen.info> wrote in message
news:chjolo$27v0$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 I made a couple of D logos in a moment of inspiration; well actually they
 are way too big to be logos, so covers may be a better label. Also, they

 an actual image of Mars. :-)

 http://www.bent-rasmussen.info/d/logo/

Sep 07 2004
parent "Bent Rasmussen" <exo bent-rasmussen.info> writes:
"Walter" <newshound digitalmars.com> wrote in message 
news:chju44$2a77$1 digitaldaemon.com...
I think they look pretty cool - but there needs to be a small circle for
 Diemos!

What makes you think its Deimos that's missing? :-) I've updated the images.
Sep 07 2004
prev sibling parent reply Bernd <Bernd_member pathlink.com> writes:
they look like tombstones ... 

Bernd 
Sep 07 2004
next sibling parent reply "Bent Rasmussen" <exo bent-rasmussen.info> writes:
 they look like tombstones ...

Oh boy, that would be the wrong message to send. :-) I'll see if I can improve on that.
Sep 07 2004
parent reply Sai <Sai_member pathlink.com> writes:
Mars is a red planet (well ... some shade of red), 
redder the image the more realistic it would like mars and less
like a tomb stone. 

However, they are very nice images, I like them.

:D
Sai 


In article <chk17a$2b9u$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Bent Rasmussen says...
 they look like tombstones ...

Oh boy, that would be the wrong message to send. :-) I'll see if I can improve on that.

Sep 07 2004
parent reply "Bent Rasmussen" <exo bent-rasmussen.info> writes:
 Mars is a red planet (well ... some shade of red),
 redder the image the more realistic it would like mars and less
 like a tomb stone.

I get an idea: Let's have an animation of the C man (or C++ man) and the D man in a western style showdown with a C/C++ tombstone. :-) The first image is not altered from where I got it; I think. It was taken from some site named something like Mars Digital, what a coincidence. I did make another version that was more red though.
 However, they are very nice images, I like them.

Thanks.
 :D
 Sai

Sep 07 2004
parent reply Ilya Minkov <minkov cs.tum.edu> writes:
Bent Rasmussen schrieb:

 I get an idea: Let's have an animation of the C man (or C++ man) and the D 
 man in a western style showdown with a C/C++ tombstone. :-)

Kewl. And it should be realtime-rendered in D. I'll be unavialable for another month or so, and then i plan to start on a demomaking framework written in D, with Blender export, so i think this could be the first demo to do. I wonder whether i can get the rest of the photoallergics help me, or whether "teh captain si teh self". :/ So far they've liked D. And they've liked demoscene. But they seem to be too busy making money in their spare time from (ahem) studying.
However, they are very nice images, I like them.


I find them very stylish as well. -eye/photoallergics
Sep 07 2004
parent "Bent Rasmussen" <exo bent-rasmussen.info> writes:
 I get an idea: Let's have an animation of the C man (or C++ man) and the 
 D man in a western style showdown with a C/C++ tombstone. :-)

Kewl. And it should be realtime-rendered in D. I'll be unavialable for another month or so, and then i plan to start on a demomaking framework written in D, with Blender export, so i think this could be the first demo to do. I wonder whether i can get the rest of the photoallergics help me, or whether "teh captain si teh self". :/ So far they've liked D. And they've liked demoscene. But they seem to be too busy making money in their spare time from (ahem) studying.

That would be a very cool thing demo. You'd have shots at several angles, focussing on the faces of the gunmen, with the sound of the wind etc.
However, they are very nice images, I like them.


I find them very stylish as well.

Thanks. There are high quality, high resolution versions on the page now. I'm going to be looking at making a poster for myself. :-)
 -eye/photoallergics

Sep 07 2004
prev sibling next sibling parent reply Stewart Gordon <smjg_1998 yahoo.com> writes:
Bernd wrote:

 they look like tombstones ... 

Interesting - there was me thinking the "covers" were for when the language comes out on CD-ROM. Stewart. -- My e-mail is valid but not my primary mailbox. Please keep replies on the 'group where everyone may benefit.
Sep 07 2004
parent "Bent Rasmussen" <exo bent-rasmussen.info> writes:
 Interesting - there was me thinking the "covers" were for when the 
 language comes out on CD-ROM.

I thought it looked like that too so I got the idea of an aprils fools joke of a fictional D book. But its a long time till next april and the D book might actually be published before then. :-)
Sep 07 2004
prev sibling parent reply Arcane Jill <Arcane_member pathlink.com> writes:
In article <chjvrk$2ape$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Bernd says...
they look like tombstones ... 

Bernd 

Wow! A tombstone made out of Mars rock! Now /that/ would be cool. I want one. Jill :)
Sep 07 2004
parent reply "Bent Rasmussen" <exo bent-rasmussen.info> writes:
 Wow! A tombstone made out of Mars rock! Now /that/ would be cool.
 I want one.

Jill, I think someone is selling Mars real estate so you might be able to cut yourself a deal. :-) Perhaps that was Moon real estate. I can't quite remember. The "owner" claimed he had a right to at least some part of it.
Sep 07 2004
next sibling parent J C Calvarese <jcc7 cox.net> writes:
Bent Rasmussen wrote:
Wow! A tombstone made out of Mars rock! Now /that/ would be cool.
I want one.

Jill, I think someone is selling Mars real estate so you might be able to cut yourself a deal. :-) Perhaps that was Moon real estate. I can't quite remember. The "owner" claimed he had a right to at least some part of it.

Someone /is/ selling moon land: http://www.lunarlandowner.com/ I don't know that anyone else is selling Martian real estate, but send me US$100 and I'll send you a deed. Limited-time offer. Void where prohibited. Some resistrictions apply. ;) -- jcc7
Sep 07 2004
prev sibling parent reply Arcane Jill <Arcane_member pathlink.com> writes:
In article <chkj11$2j2f$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Bent Rasmussen says...

Jill, I think someone is selling Mars real estate so you might be able to 
cut yourself a deal. :-)

Even if I were a complete moron, I still wouldn't see the point of that.
Perhaps that was Moon real estate. I can't quite 
remember.

There are all sorts of cons and rip-offs out there. For example there are several competing con artists claiming to be selling the right to name stars (see http://www.iau.org/IAU/FAQ/starnames.html), and a lot a gullable idiots fall for it (and then complain when astronomical catalogues don't use the name they "bought"). There's at least one bunch of people selling the rest of the universe, and claim that aliens will back up their ownership. You can even buy real (should that be virtual?) estate in cyberspace these days. Sheesh!
The "owner" claimed he had a right to at least some part of it.

Yeah right! Anyone want to buy Buckingham Palace or Nelson's Column? Jill
Sep 07 2004
parent =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Sigbj=F8rn_Lund_Olsen?= <sigbjorn lundolsen.net> writes:
Arcane Jill wrote:

 In article <chkj11$2j2f$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Bent Rasmussen says...
 
 
Jill, I think someone is selling Mars real estate so you might be able to 
cut yourself a deal. :-)

Even if I were a complete moron, I still wouldn't see the point of that.
Perhaps that was Moon real estate. I can't quite 
remember.

There are all sorts of cons and rip-offs out there. For example there are several competing con artists claiming to be selling the right to name stars (see http://www.iau.org/IAU/FAQ/starnames.html), and a lot a gullable idiots fall for it (and then complain when astronomical catalogues don't use the name they "bought"). There's at least one bunch of people selling the rest of the universe, and claim that aliens will back up their ownership. You can even buy real (should that be virtual?) estate in cyberspace these days. Sheesh!
The "owner" claimed he had a right to at least some part of it.

Yeah right! Anyone want to buy Buckingham Palace or Nelson's Column?

It's amusing. I've always wondered who sold all these things to humanity in the first place. We have some nerve to suggest that we can own things and places. Cheers, Sigbjørn Lund Olsen P.S. Humanity *is* doomed.
Sep 19 2004