Filematrix



  • Does anyone remeber the great Filematrix ? This happens when I try toaccess their Website




  • FileMatrix has been heavily optimized along the years. While its entrails do not concern you, I want to give you an idea of the level of optimization at which FileMatrix is today.

    For example, on WindowsXP, on a computer with a 1.3 Ghz processor, loading a directory with 25'000 files takes half a second. And yes, you read it right: twenty five thousands files!

    Please note that this refers to the loading speed after the operating system has cached the directory, caching which takes several seconds no matter what program you use.

    This is faster than other file managers because all FileMatrix's controls are custom designed by me. For instance, WindowsExplorer needs more than two seconds to load the same directory. Though this is of little practical effect, it shows the level of optimization reached in FileMatrix.

    And this performance is reached despite the fact that FileMatrix also sorts files by type (directories, links, programs, documents, and generic files), sorting which requires more work and which is not performed by other programs.

    Translucency effects are most impressive when there is a background picture. On high quality monitors, these effects are stunning.

    I think this man is the result of an illegal experiment to crossbreed a beginner programmer and a master marketer.



  • Oh I just went up a few levels to the homepage and he is not only a master developer, but he has also written a book on sex education.

    Well there we go.



  • @nexekho said:

    Oh I just went up a few levels to the homepage and he is not only a master developer, but he has also written a book on sex education.

    Well there we go.
    I think we have a new sitcom here.



  • TFP
    @filematrix said:

    To be more specific, if you want to manage and navigate through your pictures, FileMatrix's multi-column view and navigation style is the best system you can possibly use.

    Hmm....I think I know someone who would disagree.



  • I'm glad Sonicwall is blocking sex education.

    Kids these days... They should learn through experimentation, like back in the day.



  • @nexekho said:

    Oh I just went up a few levels to the homepage and he is not only a master developer, but he has also written a book on sex education.

    Well there we go.

    And it looks really promising:

    Version 1.3

    Completed a full review.


    You may distribute SexualEducation for commercial purposes.

    Added the "Edge sex > Violent fantasies > Playing" section.

    Improved "Sexual response" section.

    Bug fix: when using browsers like Opera, bookmark targets are correct.

    More in the "Erotic talk" section.

    Fixed an error in saving the last reading position.

    Added the "Erotic massage > Uterus massage" section.

    Added the "Edge sex > Violent fantasies" section.

    Added a few more details about how to hold ejaculation.

    Added the "Things to do during sex > Wild thing" section.

    The visual aspect is a little different: some parts of the book (like the headers) are emphasized with background color.

    First public release of SexualEducation: version 1 on 20 February 2003.



  • It's like SpectateSwapm's perverted alter ego... I guess this is where the reversed slow motion would come in handy?



  • @Strolskon said:

    Added a few more details about how to hold ejaculation.
     

    By my experiences, with a bucket or two.



  • To be fair, it's current incarnation looks a lot less shitty than the screenshot from the TDWTF article.



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    To be fair, it's current incarnation looks a lot less shitty than the screenshot from the TDWTF article.
     

     

    I got the impression that the TDWTF screenshot was of the program with every single off-by-default option turned on at once.  Think vanilla web browser vs. web browser with umpteen extra crapware toolbars crammed in.

     



  • @emurphy said:

    @morbiuswilters said:

    To be fair, it's current incarnation looks a lot less shitty than the screenshot from the TDWTF article.
     

     

    I got the impression that the TDWTF screenshot was of the program with every single off-by-default option turned on at once.  Think vanilla web browser vs. web browser with umpteen extra crapware toolbars crammed in.

     

    That's lame.



  • @Zecc said:

    I'm glad Sonicwall is blocking sex education.

    Kids these days... They should learn through experimentation, like back in the day.

    A bit like most people learn stuctured and/or object-oriented programming, so to say?

     



  • @Zecc said:

    I'm glad Sonicwall is blocking sex education.

    Luckily the free wifi on this train isn't blocking it. I wonder if I can "educate" myself right here?


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    Re: Filematri nox

    @Zemm said:

    Luckily the free wifi on this train isn't blocking it. I wonder if I can "educate" myself right here?
    I wouldn't have thought so - not from gardenerofthoughts.org anyway. Try xtube instead.



  •  That site is pretty disturbing. Also interesting: Gold Redeemable Internet Currencies, Poems, and.... About him (click at your own risk).


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