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Its the End of the World!!!!

Why am I posting a blog while its clearly time to celebrate?!  Because I can!!!  Enjoy the new year, its the last one we get according to some crazy people that may or may not have any credentials in the field of archaeology….regardless, we can only hope 😉

May this next year ‘KICK YOUR ASS’!  (you know, in a good way ).

p.s. of course, I’m celebrating my ass off!


~ by amounra on January 1, 2012.


4 Responses to “Its the End of the World!!!!”

  1. Happy New Year! This may not be the best place to post this, but I can’t actually figure out where to download the Monomodular installer. Where can I download it?

  2. Sorry, my server was experiencing some ‘issues’ today, and I had to rebuild a lot of the work that I did on it this weekend. There is a link to the current stable OSX installer on the Wiki page, on the right lane of this page, and here:


    The Windows installer is still seeing a few changes, but it will be available to the public very soon….if you are on Windows and chomping at the bit, you can always check out the most current SVN revision from GoogleCode, there’s also a link for that on the right.

    Cheers, Happy New Year!

  3. Thanks for your help, but I’m running Windows XP. I clicked on the “Monomodular SVN Repo” link which brought me to the GoogleCode page, but when I tried to open the read-only link (because I’m not a GoogleCode member I guess) it gave me a 404 error.
    It looks like there’s a space in the url because it says
    http://monomodular.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ monomodular-read-only
    but when I deleted the space it still gave me a 404 when I tried to view the page.

  4. I can send you the Windows beta if you like….you’ll have to send me your email addy, though. I tried to respond to you privately with the email you gave WordPress, but didn’t get a response from you. You will have to install SlikSVN in order to download from the repo, that’s a command line (msdos) command that the repo has listed. The installer does all this for you, just be sure to read the instructions on the wiki.

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