Re: [NTLK] eMate for my baby?

From: Sascha Segan <>
Date: Wed Dec 13 2006 - 15:52:51 EST

Yup. What could I program it in without a month's worth of education? I'm
good with scripting languages. I noticed the existence of NSBasic and
NewtCard, but $99 is double what I'd pay for the hardware - prohibitive!

NTK seems ... intense ... for such a small project.



On 12/13/06 3:27 PM, "Adam Goddard" <> wrote:

> On 14/12/2006, at 12:20 AM, Sascha Segan wrote:
>> Baby software responds with a large image or sound whenever baby
>> presses a
>> random or specific key. For instance, if you press "a", a giant "a"
>> appears
>> on the screen, and a voice says "A." Or, just, random keypresses cause
>> graphic and sound events to occur. This software is available for PC
>> and Mac
>> platforms.
> I remember there was one called Baby Bash for the old 68k's back in the
> day. Would be pretty simple to make a newt app. Just a random number
> generator to provide x,y coords, size, shape, and shade of grey of each
> shape displayed.
> Regards,
> - Adam Goddard

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