The author is an award-winning programmer and poet (how’s that for pretentious?). He’s the author of the O’Reilly book Dead Fish.
A Note From the Author:
I’d like to warn you that I’m a compulsive editor of old posts. Anything can happen. I tighten up phrases. I fix code. I make little jokes to myself. For this reason, you should ignore the new posts and just read the old ones that have aged properly. The code is more likely to work and the writing is apt to be better.
I had a terrible time editing the “A Challenge” post. Every time I made a change and saved, all the HTML strings would be unescaped. Hope I don’t forget about that next time I’m tempted to edit that post.
And now, due to popular demand, some more personal information
I’m Rhett Anderson. I started programming in High School–the same High School Marilyn Manson went to. (No, I didn’t know him, but my brother did.)
The strange way I made it into Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arcade_Volleyball
The less-strange way I made it into Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amiga_500
and once more in German:
and, as a bonus, now in Italian!
Heavy! You can buy a used copy of Mapping the Amiga at Amazon UK for 141 pounds. That’s like a million US dollars! http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mapping-Amiga-Rhett-Anderson/dp/0874552672