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  1. You could document the holes, form a presentation and express your concerns. Maybe map out the cost as others have stated previously. But definetly don't cause any damage or down time, because you'll end up without a job.
  2. Well if your coding things yourself, you can usually make anything happen. But there is always another way to uncover the file
  3. Yeah what you're looking to do is VERY similar to bubblesort and other sorting algorithms, and is probably the better way to do it.
  4. Yeah all I have been hearing was problems, so I am not sure it it's completely worth it. But I doubt Apple would release OSX for non Apple hardware because everyone wants just OSX and no their actual computers, so they wouldn't make any money, sadly.
  5. Hi, I was wondering if anyone uses Mac on their non apple products? If so how practical is it? Is it the same as if you just bought a Mac or do you have limited features? I know on some previous versions, you can't update otherwise it would crash. Can someone confirm this for me on their personal experience?
  6. I think the only charge is your text messaging plan
  7. I just got a text message coupon from "Tropical Smoothie Cafe" which is like a breakfast/lunch place local to me. I signed up for this thinking it would be crappy, but I'm surprised that they offer different things like "Free Soup if you show this text message Sat,Sun,Mon. of this week" I thought this was pretty cool, and allows for less paper use and you wont lose your coupons unless you delete the text for your phone breaks somehow. Anyone hear of other companies using a similar coupon approach?
  8. you could always write your own in VB so most AV's won't pick it up
  9. yeah really this simplify everything unless you have to use an array for an assignment, like I have to do sometimes in class. But if not, that is defiantly the way to go, just output it in a label and you're good
  10. You always have the sickest archlinux setups
  11. thanks alot d4rkfe4r anyone else who wants one ill send it out tomorrow just PM me or email me
  12. invite me - collinmcguire@gmail.com (haha thought id go with the flow and get a wave invite while im at it)
  13. perfect thank you just the type of list i was looking for. http://thewifishop.net/usb-wi-fi-cards/50m...6s/prod_96.html is this one good. Ill be honest, im using it with BT3 or BT4 so will it be good for that? Will i need any drivers or anything? how's the range. Any other recommendations? i hear antheros chipsets are better.
  14. What wireless adapters would be best for Linux? I need something thats USB interface. and What would give me the best range, an external, internal, or dipole adapter?
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