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You may also see screen dumps (yes, that's what they're really called!) from demo programs ("demos") I wrote on/for the Commodore 64 computer in the early-1990s.

Last updated: 09-11-09

A memorial to the 9-11 anniversary.
My mother in Alaska made this out of beads using a graphic I had made and subsequently emailed to her.
This is the practise piece; she made another for the 9-11 Memorial Quilt.

Never forget the brave firefighters & police officers who gave their lives, or the passengers on the four lost flights.

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