Nine Inch Nails Decoder Ring


1. Open located in Applications->Utilities.
2. Copy the following line of code to the terminal window. DO NOT press enter.

pbpaste | perl -pe 'foreach $Parepin ( <STDIN> ){ while( $Parepin =~ m/(fe7b02;"><em>|fe7b02;">)(.+?)</g ){ $nin = $2; $nin =~ s/s//; print $nin } }'

3. Read Secret Websites, Coded Messages: The New World of Immersive Games
4. View the source. (apple-option-u)
5. Copy the html source. (mouse click html source window, apple-a, apple-c)
6. Go back to to terminal window and hit enter.
7. Type decoded message here.

Building Csound from Source

Building Csound

I haven’t forgotten about this place. I’ve just been really wicked busy. I’m going to do my best to make up for it starting right now.

I compiled Csound from source for the first time yesterday, for OS X. The experience wasn’t nearly as bad as I predicted it to be, as things went fairly smoothly. I did have to go google fishing for a few answers that weren’t explained in the build instructions. Though I attribute this more to my lack of understanding of SCons than anything else.

I need start doing my own builds from now on because I’m at a point where I can really use a 64-bit version of Csound (higher audio quality), and there is no prebuilt 64-bit package for my OS of choice. As of right now, my build works in a limited capacity, as I have a few issues to work out. For example, I’ve lost the ability to render in realtime. No biggie. It’s just a matter of time until I get everything working like clockwork.

Exciting stuff, I know.