Embedding native executables & tracks

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BINDIGOAT
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Currently you can embed a video link, image link, url link into a posting, but it would be good if you could embed a track link or a native executable, a track link or a native executable will most likely run in a box similar to youtube videos & the like.

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venatrix
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BINDIGOAT wrote :
Currently you can embed a video link, image link, url link into a posting, but it would be good if you could embed a track link or a native executable, a track link or a native executable will most likely run in a box similar to youtube videos & the like.

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Are you freaking kidding me?
BINDIGOAT
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Check out these sites to find out more about native executables

http://scene.org/

Check out this site also . . .

http://www.ojuice.net/

And this site as well . . .

http://www.hornet.org/

spraci.zzn.com is a international email server that had its original roots in goa & psytrance, you cant rely on pathetic Gmail . . . though Hotmail is still robust.
Also their is room for australiens.net artists to integrate with spraci.com by involving these sites . . .

http://scene.org/

http://www.ojuice.net/

http://www.hornet.org/

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http://spraci.com/
is a good medium for venue advertising . . .

Sites like Australiens for composers to integrate their material.

and

http://scene.org/

http://www.ojuice.net/

http://www.hornet.org/

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for native executable integration . . .

A native executable is a compressed rar or zip file & it opens in a window similar to how you embed a youtube link, they are compiled binary files, otherwise known as compressed compiled native executable files, sometimes they already have a track already embedded into the code along with the geometric display & sometimes they are just geometric displays.

A native executable is produced by . . .

[1] Coders
[2] Graphicians
[3] Musicians

The Coder traditionally works with assembler though other technologies are also employed, the graphician traditionally works with photoshop though other technologies are also employed today, the Musician traditionally works with sampled instruments & these sampled instruments pitch, beat & melody are manipulated with tools called trackers though other technologies are also employed today.

If you were to embed a track most likely it will open up in a box like how you embed a youtube link & the sound would be represented as a oscillating waveform.

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Native executables were around before the internet so if you go to wikipedia & see the oldest .com in the world, aka 1985, well this is just not true, their were .coms before . . . A native executable is a (.com binary file, .exe binary file or a .bin binary file), (.ans, .asc, & .txt) were also known as native executables but they weren't really, these (.ans, .asc, & .txt) files are not used much anymore anyhow since the creation of the MUD, (Multi User Dungeon), aka (LIS Linux Internet System). Native executables always look better when they are run in full screen mode, instead of being run in a small box & also they run & perform alot better if they are coded in assembler, why native executables ? So we can begin to see the potential of exotic ecological geometric machines eventually becoming a reality.

Currently you can embed a video link, image link, url link into a posting, but it would be good if you could embed a track link or a native executable, a track link or a native executable will most likely run in a box similar to youtube videos & the like or they could be run in full screen mode. Of cause you can only rely on ftp sites when embeding data because html or xml on the web crashs all of the time because it wasn't designed to evolve with new updated version numbers of digital data, so you get link rot, it was designed as is hypertext, in that you will always lose embedded links on account of html pages always crashing, especially science fiction related sites, you cant rely on hypertext as a database, ftp is more reliable & php is robust.

Mindcandy DVD's still out

http://www.mindcandydvd.com/

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Long Live Cyan & Long Live HPAVC

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