Infernal Ramblings
A Malaysian Perspective on Politics, Society and Economics

Credits

Many have assisted me in the production of the software and content of this website. In particular, I would like to thank:

There may be a few I've left out, so my deepest apologies and gratitude to you if I've missed out your name. Oh, and the Devshed guys, I'll get your names up here as soon as I can find the articles on your site where I took the code from.

Oh, and if you're thinking I stole anything, the Sourceforge and Devshed guys published the code on their websites, free for the taking. Considering these were used in tutorials, I doubt they seriously wish to retain all rights regarding this code. (Of course, if you guys happen to suddenly turn capitalistic and all, give me a call.) And Yinan Chen licensed the Chipmunk Forums code to me (I have the original email transcripts). So if you're one of those litigation-happy lawyers, I'm sorry, but you will have to look elsewhere.

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