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    This place hasn't changed much

    Long time no see! Not a whole lot has changed here in 9 years. 9 years, wow that makes me feel old.

    So, any of the old heads still here?

    -RoD

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    lol, RoD - my digging through the forums this past month has yielded many interesting posts by you.
    Definitely seems like things have changed since then!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codeplug View Post
    Did you ask if you could use the old account?
    http://cboard.cprogramming.com/member.php?u=4859

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    Nah, I think that would give Alex a headache. Besides that is an old account from an old time and a (somewhat) different me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Matticus View Post
    lol, RoD - my digging through the forums this past month has yielded many interesting posts by you.
    Definitely seems like things have changed since then!
    Yea...good times lol

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    Hi RoD
    hth
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    HI!!!

    I changed my mind about the account. With all of the information I have contributed over the years, and knowing I will contribute in the future (maybe finish the opengl series?) it just makes more sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoD View Post
    (maybe finish the opengl series?)
    Hey.. I'm looking forward to that (though it'd be nice if your articles replace all the windows api foo with sfml (or similar), which would be *much* simpler.) .

    Just started learning OpenGL a few months ago.
    Decided to take a break now and learn Graphics concepts and the mathematical parts in detail before picking up where I left.
    (Perspective projection in shaders was the 'breaking' point.)
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    I honestly do not even remember how those tutorials are written, I haven't looked at them in 8 years or so. Alex said he gets a lot of emails about the series though, so I guess it has been more popular over the years than I ever imagined it would be. It will be quite some time, possibly even as long as a year, before I get around to working with it though.

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    Ok it's changed some, much slower paced than it used to be. Few years ago it was hard to keep up.

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    Hey Rod :-)

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    Hey, bman!! How you been?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoD View Post
    Hey, bman!! How you been?
    He's retired.
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    Retired? That can't be right

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    'fraid so. Which is too bad, 'cause the new guy isn't as entertaining.
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    I knew we were in trouble when I logged in and the top posters are mostly people I have never heard of

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