With permission. Thanks! (I made formatting changes)
The basic idea is to call up a terminal whose title is the current date and time. Think of it this way.. I don't need to have a clock staring me in the face all the time, so I just need to bring it up occasionally and then dismiss it, and so I don't need to worry about fancy things like it staying updated.
For reasons which ought to be obvious, this Windows 3.11 update project is dead.
- (date not recorded) After this, I used Windows 9x
A keygrabber which can do various things based on key combinations. You don't need to bother with Blackbox as your window manager if you don't want.
.bbkeysrc has some configuration notes.
During my glancing at Buddhism, I write/rewrote this introduction as a way to understand and explain it better.
This was inspired by Mike Butler and buddhanet.net's Introduction to Buddhism but was largely transformed by my own hand. In particular, some phrases herein were kept intract, as they were both strong and clear. Of note, much of the last two thirds of the eightfold path is a direct copy of the original. I liked it that much.
A windows program to update dynamic DNS services.