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Apollo Musagetes Analysis

Author: Poetry of Matthew Arnold Type: Poetry Views: 305

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Through the black, rushing smoke-bursts,

Thick breaks the red flame;

All Etna heaves fiercely

Her forest-clothed frame.

Not here, O Apollo!

Are haunts meet for thee.

But, where Helicon breaks down

In cliff to the sea,

Where the moon-silver'd inlets

Send far their light voice

Up the still vale of Thisbe,

O speed, and rejoice!

On the sward at the cliff-top

Lie strewn the white flocks,

On the cliff-side the pigeons

Roost deep in the rocks.

In the moonlight the shepherds,

Soft lull'd by the rills,

Lie wrapped in their blankets

Asleep on the hills.

--What forms are these coming

So white through the gloom?

What garments out-glistening

The gold-flower'd broom?

What sweet-breathing presence

Out-perfumes the thyme?

What voices enrapture

The night's balmy prime?

'Tis Apollo comes leading

His choir, the Nine.

--The leader is fairest,

But all are divine.

They are lost in the hollows!

They stream up again!

What seeks on this mountain

The glorified train?--

They bathe on this mountain,

In the spring by their road;

Then on to Olympus,

Their endless abode.

--Whose proase do they mention?

Of what is it told?--

What will be for ever;

What was from of old.

First hymn they the Father

Of all things; and then,

The rest of immortals,

The action of men.

The day in his hotness,

The strife with the palm;

The night in her silence,

The stars in their calm.


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| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest

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eh, how hard can it be to read a 300 Bpi tape of 7-bit EBCIDIC data? Seems the IBM lab boffins could throw setomhing together quick-like just to read 40 tapes. Be good PR for IBM to save NASA's rear.Alternatively, I'd bet Paul could run the tape between his thumb and forefinger and read it that way

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest

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Let's see, IBM had a 32K blocksize limit (they used SIGNED hawfolrds, apparently) RCA could do 64K.If you were doing an EXCP read, just have a buffer large enough to hold the largest block.De-blocking could be an issue, certainly, depending on how the danged things were written.After all, they could be fixed or variable blocks OR records.I suppose no one was writing these things from an Assembly language program (using EXCP IO) since THEN all bets could be off as to content!But, who would do nasty things like that, anyway??? **Hm and just WHAT are they going to attach this drive TO???But, I suppose if NASA gave them specs it should be O.K. and simpler from a programming standpoint.Concurrent computers had a _streaming_ format to tape to handle _seismic_ data for their oil company customers. Analog data, one LONG write. Wierd.**But THEY were the guys with a password length limit because they STORED the password in the unused high-order bits in a 6-bit ASCII field using 8 bit bytes!Now THAT'S what happens when you didn't PLAN to have passwords to BEGIN with!The Concurrents were also used by the military to run aircraft simulators and by the Lottery's gaming vendor, GTECH Corp. to run their online games (later they went to Dec and then to IBM RS/6000 s running Linux MUST be off the RS/6000 by now, but still IBM I understand). They like getting hardware at fire sale prices

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest

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