User:BenTrem

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I noticed a page concerning FSM on Armaholic. The author's site (JadeGear) is dead, so can't found anything about the little app I downloaded. And the discussion thread is stale.
I see a pretty decent page here, but ... really, it's a stub. A big stub, but still.
Imatix's "Libero"; FSM IDE


So I have FP (Dragon Rising) and ArmA (Not even a single mention of "Combat Operations" on the wiki? I find that odd.) Next: OA!!
Up and running; addons in place, Saitek tuned, and loving MSO! --TAW_Dawks --BenTrem 05:49, 14 January 2012 (CET)



A fast and dirty paste from the old Profile on my personal wiki:

Just to let the world know I'm here.

If you've a moment, visit my main blogs and/or LJ (all rather dusty):
" MozDawg.blogspot | Gnodal.livejournal.com / HfxBen.livejournal.com



In reply to Phil Pearson's "OK Ben, your turn! Who are you? :-)", I wrote this:

"Looking at what you just added to your user page moves me to answer BenTrem is a) a Pearson-era bus-hippie who ended up ComRsch 291 and DewLine, eventually raising 5 kids in the hills of Cape Breton Island, and b) ferr shurr not Phillip Pearson. But to be a bit more self-revealing, I'm variously a tech_docs specialist (MIL-SPEC / FMECA spoken here) and ummm a ?what? activist siddha."

Earlier today I replied to something from FFII and asked for KWiki write-access; by way of introduction I included this set of links:

OMG I just remembered the resume I wrote ... prolly one of the first things I published ... when, fall of 1994? Only slightly revised from time to time. heh sooooooo Web1.0!



For a comprehensive exposition of my web presence see the right sideabar on the beginnings of my WordPress blog.

Contact: Primary: bernard.d.tremblay AT gmail.com

Backup: tremben AT netscape.net

Legacy: ab006 AT chebucto.ns.ca



I recovered notes for my paper on Historiography! These disappeared when the IS2 server at Dalhousie University was decommissioned! "Postmodern Challenges to Historiography"