Steve Lacy is a third year computer science student at Carnegie Mellon University, and is currently overoccupied with school, and his job as an undergraduate research programmer for the Digital Mapping Lab at CMU.
Steve also spends his free time collecting CDs, and unfortunately spends far too much money in the process. Remember, diversity is knowledge, and personal gratification overrides the need for food in many cases...
- Advanced GPI: Retained Segments and Transformations (Mar 1993)
- Beginning Client/Server Programming: Named Pipes (Apr 1993)
- Republishing Permission
- Steve Lacy gave permission to republish his articles under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 license. Martin Iturbide requested this permission via e-mail and got a response 02-Mar 2012.
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