Palace Utilities

ThePalace was (and still is) an amazing piece of social software: a Palace site is a programmable, graphical chat room - complete with avatars, cartoon balloons, games and animations - which can be used to simlate entire virtual worlds. AIP began designing Palace sites way back in the beta days of 1996. Over the next several years we created various Palace-related gizmos & doodads, many of which eventually found their way to this page.


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URL Encoder

The URL Encoder creates an ASCII-only version of any text placed into it. Its primary use is to encode URL strings into a form that can be passed via Email or Scripted Web Links without altering the actual content in any way.



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Avatar-Based Virtual World Systems

Welcome to our obsessive gallery of Avatar Worlds. Also known as "graphical chats" and "VR" (Virtual Realities), there are a lot of these cool Avatar-Based Virtual Worlds on the net.

Click here for the full list of Avatar Worlds.

Are there any missing? Did we leave out your favorite, or fail to mention an important feature? Leave a comment or contact us to let us know about it!

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What Does LVX Mean?

A Brief Excursion into Qabalistic Semiotics.

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Axis CMS

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AxisCMS is a unique and customizable Content Management System for small business websites, allowing you to manage the content of articles, products, directories, link lists, image galleries, event calendars and other pages on your site. It's the dynamic online solution for your small business, giving you total control over your content - while separating you from all that hairy code.

Ocean Voyager

Tod Foley created the Game Mechanics, Puzzle Designs and Mechanical Scripting methodology for this young adults edutainment/adventure CD-ROM game developed by the Judson Rosebush Company, published by Times Mirror Magazines and included in the Smithsonian's "Ocean Planet" exhibit. Ocean Voyager won the Silver Medal at the 1995 Interactive Multimedia Competition.

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