Spacebar is a komputermaschine belonging to Tom 7, which serves up some websites while he waits for extraterrestrial travel to become practical enough to literally put bars in space. It has stuff like:

My weblog Tom 7 Radar which I keep up-to-date with my projects and stories.

Some MP3s of video game music I wrote and my numerous albums I made with guitars and so forth (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 , 19, 20 , 21, 22, 23, 24 , 25, 26, 27), each in a single day as part of my Crap Art art movement's Album-a-Day project. There's also misc mp3s, which who knows what that old junk is, right?

The Cult of The Bound Variable, which I think is my favorite single thing I ever made, but is accessible only to a small community of computer scientists.

Escape, a cross-platform puzzle game (sort of like Chip's Challenge or Adventures of Lolo) I made, which has a pretty active community. There are also some other small games that I made for high-speed video game programming contests, like T in Y World (theme "Tiny World") and Dragon Drop (theme "Minimalism"—there's more to it if you think to dismiss it). Entire Screen of One Game (theme "Entire Game on One Screen") unexpectedly exploded hundreds of thousands of brains.

Some old medium-good photos in the photo gallery or highly non-comprehensive collection of pictures from family and friend fun.

An animation I made with software I wrote for Computer Graphics class, which once seemed fancy. Not to mention the hand-drawn animation made with a paint program made for the class, and a simple animation I made with the purely functional raytracer I wrote.

Tom 7's CD list finally allows you to look at all the CDs I had, in 2004.

scanterm is a linux console utility.

lambdadance for the lambdacalculus nerd in you.

A Quake 3 Map that I made and a much better but still incomplete Quake 3 Fortress map, scastles.

Info on and pictures from Pi Day.

My old, embarrassing web page from college.

Zero Pixel web site, the world's real smallest web page. is a creative web game site also hosted on this computer.

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