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    class, homework, not doing homework, video games when I set aside time for them, technology, apple, twitter, programming, social interaction with regular human beings... such as myself, news

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  1. I don't have that much control over the network. They have to limit the things I'm capable of because I could access professor accounts (I'm still a student here). So it's not my bad. The update issue affects my mother too, for example.
  2. I'm trying to build a list of things that are fundamentally wrong with Windows..., XP, Vista and 7 (since they are all in use today and popular) are fair game. I don't want to turn this into a bash thread though, so be respectful. I'll throw my first two gripes out there and we'll see where it goes: 1. Updates. It seems like every time I turn on a Windows machine at work, they're requiring updates. Okay, apply, restart. Oh, more updates. It's like we're always playing catchup. It gets even harder when you have 150 machines you're managing to make sure everyone is updated. Of course, we h
  3. Thanks VaKo..., People always says "the earth goes from hot periods to cold all the time." Atmospheric tests made a link between greenhouse gasses and those hot and cold periods. Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas, and there is far more in our atmosphere than would be naturally. Even if we are in a natural warming period, we're accelerating it to a level the earth may not be able to handle. Ironically, many of the folk that say "the earth goes from hot periods to cold all the time" frequently also say that the earth is 6000 years old. Very contradictory. VaKo made an interesting point a
  4. omigosh! YOU'RE TOTALLY RIGHT! Offshore drilling, BEAUTIFUL! All those companies that will be doing it are AMERICAN. Right!? (nope) Oh yeah, fuck those TINY CARS. AMERICAN'S DRIVE HUGE CARS! Duh..., OF COURSE, those faggot democrats are going to make construction companies, truckers, and AMERICAN farmers drive those faggot battery powered two person cars. How will will they get work done?! (Don't be so naive) =============================================================== I'm done,... I'm arguing on a forum with something that's 100% anonymous who created this thread to spark controver
  5. Okay, I'll bite. Global warming isn't real. You are clearly a scientist and have done plenty of research. Let's continue on our path of massive pollution because there are NO consequences at all.
  6. k........., so I've read this whole thing and I think a lot of you guys have no idea what you're talking about in terms of basic science concepts and ideas and even less about macroeconomics of the entire world. Citing your own uneducated ideas as absolute truth and fact..., is completely wrong. Here's what I think. Of course, anecdotal..., these were the primary reasons behind the bill: 1. With mostly everything moved to wind/solar/geothermal, all our electricity would be domestic, and the jobs domestic too. Saving,............................, insane amounts of money/jobs that goes to ot
  7. We had three lab machines die within two weeks all completely randomly. Of course, we (my coworkers) ran the usual array of diagnostics and determined they had to be a motherboard failures. The company that built our PCs sent us replacements, and I installed them. Everything worked fine, I got them back on their feet and installed updates and what not. However, the second we put them back into their mounts in the labs, they die again. I'm utterly perplexed as to how this happens. Afterward, I'll bring them back to the staging room, and we'll run the tests again. I even went as far as to try
  8. Tell me about it. It's not my situation..., I'm just dealing with it because it's "critical to his research" and research dollars pay the bills at a University. In any case...., a tricaster is probably out of the question for a one time deal. Moreover, I don't know where I could get one within 18 hours, figure out how it works AND authorize university spending on it (bureaucracy, yay). It's interesting that computer science professors have no clue how to use a computer..., I guess that's part of the misconception though. He was originally supposed to go to germany to do the speech, but his
  9. A client of mine hired someone to help him set up a Skype conference. He had never used Skype before and enlisted the aid of a undergrad student to help him out. He's apparently giving a speech on cryptology to several hundred germans or something. Anyway, his undergrad has been a no show and potentially bailed on the project and now he's come whining to the admins to do it for him. Getting skype up and running is laughably simple, but there's one caveat. He wants to start with him talking, video. He'll be displayed at this conference in Germany or whatever. Then, he wants to seamlessly sw
  10. There isn't a pay as you go option. AT&T officially shut down all the phones using the service recently. Note, the people that had used the GoPhone service did so via unscrupulous means..., there is no legit way to do it. Jailbreak and go......, where, T-mobile? Great! No 3G and the price would only be marginally cheaper.
  11. The Conduit, FFXIII/FFXIV..., anything from Blizzard.
  12. You make it sound like a crime, or that it's a bad thing. Really, most of us iPhone users are good, well meaning people. As long as you're happy with the device, isn't that all that matters?
  13. iTunes does backup application data when it performs a backup of your phone. In order to restore this data, you have to "restore" the phone when you plug it in, the restore will do its thing, it will ask to be plugged into iTunes (hopefully it still is), then it will ask if you want to "Set up as a new iPhone" or "Restore from a backup," select backup, select which back up, then let it do it's thing. It even says so itself in Apple's Knowledge Base Article. By "except the application itself" it means, if you don't sync the application, it won't sync your backed up app store data. It'
  14. How do your "maps become corrupted." That doesn't even make sense to me as an iPhone user for over a year, nor an iPhone developer. The iPhone backups every time you sync..., and backups do in fact restore app information. So I have no idea what you're talking about here and apparently the blackberry/winmo users here ate it up. Did you never sync your iPhone? You sound whipped...., :P what does some random girl? How can she "hate it" and why does she make your choices for you. It's not about if she hates it -- if you want it and like it, then that's all that matters. Yes, purch
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