Tuesday, September 7, 2010

The Ramayan-Computer based

> >LAN, LAN ago, in the SYSTEM
of I/O-dhya,
> >there ruled a PROCESSOR
named DOS-rat. Once he
> >EXECUTED a great sacrifice
PROGRAM after which his
> >queens gave an OUTPUT of
four SUNs - RAM, LSIman,
> >BUG-rat and SED-rughana.
> >
> >RAM the eldest was a
MICROCHIP with excellent
> >MEMORY. His brothers,
however, were only
> >PERIPHERAL ICs.
> >
> >Once when RAM was only
16MB, he married
> >princess 'C'ta. 12 years passed
and DOS-rat
> >decided to INSTAL RAM as his
successor.
> >However, Queen CIE/CAE
(Kayekayee), who
> >was once offered a boon by
DOS-rat for a life
> >saving HELP COMMAND ,took
this opportunity at
> >the instigation of her BIOSed
maid(a real plotter),
> >and insisted that her son Bug-
rat be INSTALLED and
> >that RAM be BOOTED to the
forest for 14 years.
> >
> >At this cruel and unexpected
demand, a
> >SURGE passed thru DOS-rat
and he collapsed,
> >power-less.
> >
> >RAM agreed to LOG INTO
forest and 'C'ta
> >insisted to LOGIN with him. LSI-
man was also
> >resolved on LOGGING IN with
his brother. The
> >forest was the dwelling of
SPARC-nakha, the
> >tranSISTOR of RAW-van,
PROCESSOR of LAN-ka.
> >
> >Attracted by RAM's stature,
she proposed
> >that he marry her. RAM,
politely declined. Perceiving
> >'C'ta to be the SOURCE CODE
of her distress, she
> >hastened to kill her. But LSI-
man cut off her nose.
> >Weeping, SPARC-nakha fled to
LAN-ka, where RAW-van,
> >moved by tranSISTOR's
plight,approached his uncle
> >MAR-icha.
> >
> >MAR-icha REPROGRAMED
himself into the form
> >of a golden stag and drew
RAM deep into the forest.
> >Finally tired of the chase, RAM
shot the deer,
> >who,with his last breath,cried
out desperately for
> >LSI-man in RAM's voice.
> >
> >Fooled by this VIRTUAL RAM
SOUND,'C'ta
> >urged LSI-man to his brother's
aid.Catching the
> >opportunity,RAW-van
DELINKED 'C'ta from
> >her LIBRARY and changed her
ROOT DIRECTORY to
> >LAN-ka.
> >
>
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> >
> >
> >
> >INTERVAL
> >
> >
> >
>
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> >
> >RAM and LSI-man started
SEARCHING for the
> >missing 'C'ta all over the forest.
They made
> >friendship with the forest
SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR
> >SU-greev and his powerful co-
processor Ha-NEUMAN.
> >SU-greev agreed to help RAM.
SU-greev ordered his
> >PROGRAMMERS to use
powerful 'SEARCH' techniques
> >to FIND the missing 'C'ta. His
PROGRAMMERS SEARCHED
> >all around the INTER-
NETworked forests. Many tried
> >to 'EXCITE' the birds and
animals not to forget the
> >'WEB CRAWLERS'(Insects) and
tried to 'INFO SEEK'
> >something about 'C'ta. Some
of them even shouted
> >'YAA-HOO' but they all ended
up with 'NOT FOUND'
> >MESSAGES.
> >
> >Several other SEARCH
techniques proved
> >useless. Ha-NEUMAN devised a
RISKy TECHNOLOGY
> >and used it to cross the seas at
an astonishing
> >CLOCK SPEED. Soon Ha-
NEUMAN DOWNLOADED himself
into
> >LAN-ka. After doing some local
SEARCH, Ha-NEUMAN found
> >'C'ta weeping under a TREE
STRUCTURE. Ha-NEUMAN used a
> >LOGIN ID (ring) to identify
himself to 'C'ta.
> >
> >After DECRYPTING THE KEY,
'C'ta believed in
> >him and asked him to send a
STATUS_OK MESSAGE to RAM.
> >
> >Meanwhile all the raakshasa
BUGS around
> >'C'ta captured Ha-NEUMAN
and tried to DELETE him using
> >pyro-techniques. But Ha-
NEUMAN managed to
> >spread chaos by spreading the
VIRUS 'Fire'.
> >
> >Ha-NEUMAN happily pressed
ESCAPE from
> >LAN-ka and conveyed all the
STATUS MESSAGES to RAM and
> >SU-greev. RAW-wan decided to
take the all powerful
> >RAM head-on and prepared
for the battle. One of the
> >RAW-wan's SUN (son) almost
DELETED RAM & LSI-man with
> >a powerful brahma-astra. But
Ha-NEUMAN resorted to
> >some ACTIVE-X ingredients
and REBOOTED RAM and
> >LSI-man. RAM used the
SOURCE CODE secrets of RAW-
wan
> >and once for all wiped out
RAW-wan's presence on
> >earth.
> >
> >After the battle, RAM got
INSTALLED in
> >I/O-dhya and spread his
MICROSOFT WORKS and other
> >USER FRIENDLY PROGRAMS to
all USERS and every one
> >lived happily ever after.

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