|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. |
Never seen a video of this guy. Poor guy.
Reminds me of how my brain was onetime I ate waaay too much weed laced mashed potatoes and it was like my consciousness was dissolving (It was horrible!).
Seeing him makes Temple OS all the more impressive, ie. Its not random, it has a well thought out design philosophy and accomplishes it not too shabbily.
Makes want a big bowl of TempleOs
|Monkey Napoleon |
I hang out a bit on /g/, and there's been lots of threads about this guy lately. I guess he's been livestreaming a lot. From what I understand, a lot of fun (for trolls) things have happened like him accidentally leaking his CC and personal info on stream, getting blackout drunk and pissing himself, etc.
Seems like the type of shit they're into.
I hope they don't torment him, that'd be sick. I don't think the crazy rolls off his back like FEDSMOKER.
Vice did a write up about him a few years ago-
It has his life story, which of course, is really interesting. He seems like a really smart guy. This video was pretty sad.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
Oh wow so he's branched out to vlogging himself like Dan Cilley and Corky. I've only seen his TempleOS videos and not his face until now. Poor bastard.
TempleOS is surprisingly well-designed, at least by its own crazy philsophy. This guy's mind was kind of wasted by the craziness in it.
There are 4 names in that title and I have no clue what any of them are.
Anyone install and try it? I was going to try running it in a VM.
Two Jar Slave
Please do so and report back. I've been reading his website and it's way above me, but it's be curious to hear a testimonial.
"In TempleOS, Adam Task refers to the father of all tasks. He's never supposed to die. Since tasks inherit the symbols of parents, system-wide stuff is associated with Adam. His heap is like kernel memory in other operating systems. Since Adam is immortal, it's safe to alloc objects, not tied to any mortal task, from Adam's heap."
|Two Jar Slave |
This is the first I've heard of him or templeOS, but his website is really engaging to read (what little I understand). I get the sense that his project is a form of personal and technological nostalgia energized by manic delusions. Is this true, or is there an arguable benefit to recreating Commodore 64 OS for modern machines?
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