Author: kocotian <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Dec 2020 08:55:56 +0100
terry a. davis, part II
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Geniuses in technology
and Open Source world
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+TempleOS is a modern, 64-bit operating system wrote from scratch in HolyC
+and, as we can read on official github repository of TempleOS, using this
+os we can "Talk to God on up to 64 cores". Latest and final version is
+TempleOS ran in text mode with limited features like screen with resolution
+640x480 and only 16 colors and single audio voice, which were designed
+according to explicit instructions from God.
+Final release of TempleOS had ultimately written 100KLOC for OS which included
+a Kernel, Adam (something like init in UNIX), Compiler, Bible (accessible via
+Ctrl+Alt+B), Text Editor with several amazing features, eg. embedding images,
+3D graphics, hyperlinks in plain ASCII files, original Flight Simulator and many
+other games and programs.
+TempleOS code is publicly accessible and licensed as Public Domain.
+Terry's Operating System have even amazing features which are random number
+generator that allow user to communicate with God and listen God Songs.
+During final months of Terry's live, Terry was homeless. Some of fans
+helped him by bringing him supplies and proposed housing offers, but Terry
+refused them. In his final video uploaded a few hours before his death, he
+stated on the end: "It's good to be king. Wait, maybe. I think maybe I'm
+just like a little bizarre little person who walks back and forth. Whatever,
+you know, but..."
+On evening of 11th August of 2018, while walking alongside railroad in The
+Dalles in Oregon, Davis was hitten by a train and died.
—— Anselm Garbe ——
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