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                      For the Text Mode Demo Compo 5

                                One coder
                             Twenty two days
                            (Almost) Zero help
                                    ==
                           One really cool demo
           All while taking twenty one units of college classes

When I set out to create a demo for the TMDC 5, I had no illusions about
my skill as a coder. Since I did not want make the success of my demo
depend on effects alone, I decided integrate a storyline. The resulting
demo is twice as entertaining, since the storyline helped me to create
better effects, in addition to adding its own dimension to the demo. I
hope that you have as much fun watching Antimatter as I had making it.

This demo created single-handedly by:

William Swanson
AKA SwansonTec
site@swansontec.com

Special Thanks To:

The Wülf............For just being there.
NASA/JPL............For the famous 243 Ida asteroid photo
NASA/STScI..........For the Hubble space telescope photos.
God.................For making the stuff in NASA's photos.
Willow Software.....For their freeware audio software.
Arthur C. Clarke....For the inspiring the storyline.
All My Teachers.....For teaching me enough stuff to make this demo possible.