Deep Magic was once a glorious and magnificent forum where every week (slightly less often towards the end) the programmers at go2net would grace us all with their acerbic wit, keen insight and general propensity to talk about cool stuff. In all honesty, they probably weren't that witty or insightful but dangit if the topics weren't the toppest notch o' cool.

Unfortunately, as all tragedies go, their collective time ran short and their collective todo lists ran long and in the interest of there continuing to be a go2net for which to program, they opted to stop spending a lot of time trying to write prose and start spend more time writing code.

What remains here are the results of 6 months of laughter, sorrow, blood, sweat, tears and a whole lot of source code. We hope that you enjoy reading our articles as much as we enjoyed writing them.

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Hamachi: the other virtual pet
June 25, 1997
Walter Korman

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The great go2net gaming boondoggle
June 11, 1997
Ray Greenwell

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LED right into our trap
June 4, 1997
Deep Magic Makers

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Playing with words
May 28, 1997
Michael D. Bayne

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Two objects on every table
May 21, 1997
Michael D. Bayne

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String `em along
May 14, 1997
Paul Phillips

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Climbing the data tree
May 7, 1997
Walter Korman

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Magic Lenses 2: Electric Boogaloo
April 30, 1997
Ray Greenwell

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Lenses that work Magic
April 23, 1997
Ray Greenwell

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Graphical haiku
April 16, 1997
Michael D. Bayne

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Prolog: it's better than bad, it's good
April 9, 1997
Paul Phillips

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Sheep Magic
April 2, 1997
Walter Korman

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The many dialects of color
March 26, 1997
Ray Greenwell

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Uncommon Lisp
March 19, 1997
Michael D. Bayne

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Are you my MUDder?
March 12, 1997
Paul Phillips

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HTTP/1.0: Bringing one bucket to the well
March 5, 1997
Chris Peterson

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The prisoner's dilemma
February 26, 1997
Walter Korman

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Music to my URLs
February 19, 1997
Ray Greenwell

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Vive l'évolution
February 12, 1997
Michael D. Bayne

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Twiddler on the Spoof
February 5, 1997
Paul Phillips

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Pangs and pongs of remorse
January 29, 1997
Walter Korman

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Morphin' than a barrel of monkeys
January 22, 1997
Ray Greenwell

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From cellular mitosis to cellular automata
January 15, 1997
Michael D. Bayne

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The 0xC days of Christmas
January 8, 1997
Paul Phillips

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Data Compression: Bits, Bytes and Beefalo
January 1, 1997
Walter Korman

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The certainty of depth and axes
December 18, 1996
Ray Greenwell

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The natural geometry of fractals
December 11, 1996
Michael D. Bayne

-- mdb@samskivert.com