I also really like your Web technology: Instead of going to a page,
they come to you. Much more rooted. Looks cool, too. [OT: what
framework did you use? Your own? Built on what? There's an obvious
Building the puppet was lots of work and fun for the whole family.
Not quite what I had planned, but it turned out okay.
The Web framework is TiddlyWiki ( http://www.tiddlywiki.com/ ) with a
couple of plugins. It's quite cool and I've been using it for my
personal journal for about a year now. This site is an extract from
I had nothing to do with building the TiddlyWiki framework, just the
entire wiki contents, except for the images, when you first visit the
> I love it. Seems right on topic to me!
> I also really like your Web technology: Instead of going to a page,
> they come to you. Much more rooted. Looks cool, too. [OT: what
> framework did you use? Your own? Built on what? There's an obvious
> Morphic-halo influence...]
> On Jan 26, 2007, at 10:57 PM, David Faught wrote:
> > Here is a rendered model and some notes about the modeling process for
> > an avatar I made. Way OT!
> > http://home.wi.rr.com/thefaughts/monkeypuppet/MonkeyPuppetWiki.htm