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In DOS, the command prompt was often referred to as the c: prompt when the current directory was set to the root directory of the C: hard disk partition.

I don't have much information here, mainly because I've made one too many boring homepages in the past.

The best way to reach me would be via my talk page.

I have an account by the same name on the Simple English Wikipedia, Esperanto Wikipedia, Wikibooks, and Wiktionary.

I'm all for this dual-licensing thing![edit]

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Articles I'd Like To Showcase[edit]

I've started a few of these articles, and made sizable contributions to most others.

  1. Bright Eyes, an emo band
  2. Jimmy Eat World, a rock band
  3. Moulay Ismail the Bloodthirsty, a Morrocan emperor who sired 888 children
  4. Peyronie disease, a rare disease of the penis
  5. Straight edge, a lifestyle of abstaining from unsafe behaviors, popular in punk rock communities
  6. Ultima Online, a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game.
  7. Nuremberg Principles, guidelines set down at the Nuremberg Trials of German war criminals.
  8. Debeaking, a process in which a part of the beak of a chicken is removed to make mass-production of meat more efficient.
  9. Toilet paper, a rather useful invention.
  10. N-Ach, a Psychology term, short for "need for achievement"
  11. Gingivitis, a condition of the gums resulting from poor dental hygiene
  12. The Star of David, a symbol of Jewish identity.
  13. Megaphone, a device to amplify ones voice to address a group of people.
  14. Seder, the ceremonial dinner eaten by Jews on the holiday of Passover
  15. Banana slugs, a bug that looks like a banana! Cool!
  16. List of mnemonics for star classification
  17. Final form, a character to represent a letter when it occurs at the end of a word in some languages
  18. Fishman affidavit, a U.S. court document containing members-only information from the Church of Scientology
  19. The Skate Party, a rock group whose notoriety originates from the inclusion of one of their songs in the Homestar Runner website.
  20. Five-second rule, a justification for eating food that has fallen on the ground.
  21. Tomsrtbt, a miniature Linux distribution.
  22. God Ate My Homework, one of the first bands to release their music for free over the Internet in the MP3 format.
  23. Europanto, a constructed language designed to predict what a common European language might be like.
  24. Gargish, a constructed language used in the Ultima computer game series.
  25. Comunleng, a constructed language. I translated part of the article from the version on the Spanish Wikipedia.
  26. Apple Public Source License, the license in which Apple Computer's Darwin Project was released.
  27. QDOS, a predecessor to MS-DOS.
  28. Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation, an electrical means of treating anxiety and depression.
  29. Q&A website, a type of humorous website where the site creators use the images of pop culture icons to answer input from the site's visitors, usually in question/answer format.
  30. The Conversatron, a Q&A website. Deleted, and merged with Q&A website
  31. Thermoacoustics, a cool way to things...
  32. Lernu!, a nifty site to learn Esperanto.
  33. pydance, an open source Dance Dance Revolution simulator.
  34. MythTV, an open source personal video recorder
  35. Statute of Laborers, a law enacted in England by King Edward III in 1351 in response to a labor shortage.

Media I'd Like To Showcase[edit]

  1. Image:Autorecessive.png A diagram I made showing autosomal recessive genetic inheritance

Note to self/To Do List[edit]