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  • About Treslo Kresha
    Create a Future
    DC, USA
    Writing, Running, Reading, Soccer, Gaming, Digital Design
    DC Commuter, Writer, Cultural Activist
    Favorite Movies
    The Shawshank Redemption and too many others to count.
    Favorite TV Shows
    Scrubs, Heros, BattleStar Galactica
    Favorite Books
    The Third Wave, Out of Our Minds: Anti-intellectualism in America, The Unconscious Civilization, and many more.
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    Often, if you look past the first cloud you find that it was the first of many inspirations.-Tres


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  • Last Activity: 01-01-2016 05:57 PM
  • Join Date: 01-14-2008
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Posted 11-06-2009 at 01:47 PM by Treslo Kresha Comments 0
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This is the body of an e-mail that I sent out to some colleges on elegance in data decay. Its something I came across in researching new and upcoming trends in things like Facebook, Twitter, and Google Wave.

Its pretty technical stuff, but if you are able to follow it I welcome some discussion on the subjects and all inter-related areas.

Dear Reader,

This is some info on the elegance of data decay principle...

Posted 04-28-2009 at 02:53 PM by Treslo Kresha Comments 0
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In an effort to reach to the world at large I've worked up a small article I will be sending out to begin the stepping stones of promotion for InMyth. The article follows.

Great Time to Enter the Market
Designers, developers, and entrepreneurs alike can benefit from refocusing in a time of turmoil. Despite what many would have you believe, that this is the time to hole up and ride out the storm that assails the world-economy, now is the time to act and Iíll show you why. By the

Posted 04-28-2009 at 02:52 PM by Treslo Kresha Comments 2
The Future of Mankind

What is in our future, where do the stars point? Itís a question many have broached over the course of human history. They look around; notice the changes that have happened even in their short years and wonder. Turning skyward itís hard not to do the same in our time, when the world is rocked by financial, political, and environmental hardships that highlight how much change is needed in all the underlying systems.

That need for change, the drive...

Posted 04-28-2009 at 02:50 PM by Treslo Kresha Comments 0
I found myself running into the old problem of browser crashes and misplaced button clicks that would delete entire posts. With the help of Jeff, I have a solution to this ever-so-annoying problem that had me working from outside word processors and then pulling the material onto the forum and datalink.

For those of you using Firefox an easy fix exists to combat the plague of lost work: AutoSaveText -

This extension...

Posted 04-28-2009 at 02:50 PM by Treslo Kresha Comments 0
We're approaching Starborn with the idea that the worlds are complex, living entities as evident in the world around us. An intricate weave of life, chemistry, and internal processes interlocked to create a greater whole. Like a body with cells life on a world requires balance. That idea of balance and environmental stability is present today in actions from groups like the U.S.'s Dept. of Interior.

Over the past two hundred years mankind has engaged in what we consider to be the infantile...
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A good point indeed...
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