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    Wednesday
    Jun232004

    N.E.S.T.

    INTERFACES: N.E.S.T. (when in doubt, give your project an acroname) is a project that, well, how do I put this? It sends a file around the web (using User Datagram Protocol) and traces how the file slowly becomes corrupted overtime. Kind of cool; kind of forgettable. However, I got a kick out of their interface. Where have I seen this before?




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