My wife is doing a theatre piece on our old friend
Netochka, and I've been charged with supplying some
visuals (my first post on the Jitter forum - I hope i
haven't blown it by mentioning her name ;-).
I've been Maxing for a few years but only just
started Jittering, so I doubt whether I'll have the
chops to do a great job in the given time scale, so
I'm looking for anything that anyone cares to share
that gives the flavour of her work - in particular,
anything created with nato, would be great.
In fact any info, links, videos, images, music etc.
that anyone cares to share would be hugely
appreciated. Luckily, i still have a few years worth
of old Mcgill list 'mails on an old machine to trawl
through, but I'd really like to see some actual
NN/nato video, if anyone has any to share.
As you would imagine, she's left a suitably obscure
trail; what little there is, even on the Internet
Archive, is curiously devoid of any actual artwork
(other than reams of ASCII art, of course).
I have managed to find a few little nato/maxlets, but
so far, I've not had much success trying to run them -
am I right in thinking that nato (runtime) wont run in
Classic, ie. that I'd have to boot into OS9 ?
My only PPC machine is refusing to boot into OS9 atm,
so my only option is to reformat my laptop, which I'd
rather avoid if i can.
Please contact me off list (roger at
wildfrontear.co.uk) if you have anything to share,