This work was begun in 1994 while working for a former employer, and is published
with permission. The work describes a technical architecture for the integration
of legacy systems and new systems. The architecture provides for a clean separation
between communications, representation, interaction, storage, and presentation.
Additionally, it specifies details believed essential to the operation of applications
without full-time network connectivity, as is common when using portable computers.
David B. Lamkins
March 3, 1997
These things aren't really part of the Tornado project, but may have some
historical interest to those who were involved. Names have been removed
to protect the guilty...