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Re: access port for file sharing service on Macintosh


Asked too soon and asked too many PC users. Frustration got me cring wolf in less 6hrs. Apple knowledge base proved usefull once again: afp uses 548.

-muserna

Muserna Muserna wrote:

> Is there such a port that Macintosh uses to reach File sharing in Os9?
> If so what is it?
>
> I was told that I have to find the port # for these services so I can
> forward to appropriate computer behind the router.
> For example PCanywhere uses something like 5630~5631...
>
> Otherwise Macintosh file sharing behind a router (outside of the LAN
> Appletalk area), any work arounds?
>
> thanks,
> -muserna

DISCUSSION

access port for file sharing service on Macintosh


Is there such a port that Macintosh uses to reach File sharing in Os9? If so what is it?

I was told that I have to find the port # for these services so I can forward to appropriate computer behind the router.
For example PCanywhere uses something like 5630~5631...

Otherwise Macintosh file sharing behind a router (outside of the LAN Appletalk area), any work arounds?

thanks,
-muserna

DISCUSSION

Re: art students, ya gotta love 'em


> Art Student Admits Planting Boxes In Subway Station

http://www.ny1.com/ny/TopStories/SubTopic/index.html?topicintid=1&subtopicintid=1&contentintid&573

REAL VIDEO: Broadband:
http://real.ny1.com:8080/ramgen/real3/0003845D\_021217\_50742hi.rm

Real Video Dial up:
http://real.ny1.com:8080/ramgen/real3/0003845D\_021217\_50742lo.rm

> An art student has confessed to planting dozens of suspicious
> boxes that led to the evacuation of the Union Square subway station >
last week,.

Somebody's gotta love 'em, but is that our job? Lotta hip jokesters out
there. Hmmm... UnionSquare, I would have assume it was my alumni from
proximity. Anyhow- isn't there enough examples/case studies of public art
to study any how?

http://www.contracosta.cc.ca.us/Art/116PublicArtStudyImages.htm

Tilted arc at the Federal Bldg. NYC is my favorite annoying art piece. The
people down there just couldn't be bothered by it, "clear it out boys!" if
this student gets famous for this he will be 2nd on my top ten list of
annoying art.

"The viewer becomes aware of himself and of his movement through the
plaza. As he moves, the sculpture changes. Contraction and expansion of
the sculpture result from the viewer's movement. Step by step the
perception not only of the sculpture but of the entire environment
changes." -R.S.
http://www.urtonart.com/history/postmodern.htm

I thought Serra's work mostly about fear and intimidation (heavy big, dark
rusty slabs, deadly in some cases), in this case it's the fear factor
level was like at 2. Instead of fear/intimidation, (the people downtown
couldn't be bothered to be afraid of modern art), Serra uses deprivation
of basic needs to rile-up the public. People just want to get to work,
from here to there, much like the commuters at Union Square. Making this
piece one of his failures.

Speaking of Serra's fear based art failures, I am also reminded of Frank
Gehry versus Serra in at the Guggenheim Bilbao. Gehry's Architecture
completely miniaturizes Serra's "snake". I disagree with this critic's
statement that it is the piece "holds it's own" at the Gugg Bilbao:
http://www.jasonkaufman.com/articles/gehrys\_guggenheim\_bilbao.htm
Furthermore, if The Gugg Bilbao is the Rolls Royce (or is it a
Lamborghini?) of Museums then the Serra is just a silly dashboard ornament
that should be tossed out the window.

(bottom right)
http://www.artnet.com/Magazine/people/robinson/robinson2-17-00.asp

Another article for a new thread:
"Americans 'get it,' they just 'don't like it'"
http://www.globeandmail.com/servlet/ArticleNews/PEstory/TGAM/20020928/FCMALL28/Comment/comment/commentColumnistsHeadline\_temp/5/5/15/

Over and out,
muserna

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Re: tagline in the last email

> + ti esrever dna ti pilf nwod gniht ym tup

I'd like to get to know ya, so I can show ya
Put the pussy on ya, like I told ya
Gimme all your numbers so I can phone ya
Your girl acting stank than call me ova
Not on the bed, lay me on your sofa
Call before you come, I need to shave my chocha
You do or you don't or you will or you won't cha
Go downtown and eat it like a vulcha

[..]

[Chorus]
Is it worth it, let me work it
I put my thing down, flip it and reverse it
It's (I put thing down, flip and reverse it)*Backwards 2x*
If you got a big [elephant], let me search it
To find out how hard I gotta work ya
It's (I put thing down, flip and reverse it)*Backwards 2x*

DISCUSSION

Re: art students, ya gotta love 'em


someone wrote offline:

>I was ticked off when it happened and it is just
> sad as art even on a student level but...the kids in
> jail [...]

I'm not sure who is to blame here. I would like to hold SVA accountable
for it's student too.

~~ His time might also be better served returning community time to that
area. Getting down there and seeing how difficult and stressful it is to
use that station on a daily basis might allow him to recognize the
importance of a free flowing public space. Same goes for Serra, whom I
wish would have been feed a dose of his own medicine by parking that
sculpture between his bathroom and the rest of his home. It'd be quite an
inconvenience wouldn't it?

>> Tilted arc at the Federal Bldg. NYC is my favorite
>> annoying art piece.
>
> What about those cows?
>

The cows are o.k., The bronze rescue dogs at the FAO Scwhartz are nice
too- Hiedi Klum, o-hum o-yeah, that's right!

http://www.akc.org/insideAKC/dogNY/klum_0902.cfm

-muserna
A.K.A. Sir Pet's Name

DISCUSSION

Original Gangsta'


The Last Tapes, remixed by BBC:

[snip...]
"He warned that America's allies - specifically Britain, France, Italy,
Canada, Germany and Australia - would also be targeted if they continued
to support Washington.

"Do your governments not know that the White House gangsters are the
biggest butchers of this age?" he asked.

He warned: "You will be killed just as you kill."

[...end snip]

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/2455143.stm

BTW- Anyone know of good online translators for AlJazeers
http://www.aljazeera.net ?

humm,
muserna