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  1. Donate it, write it off on your taxes
  2. That's way too high, but it depends a lot on where you live (and experience level). Network Admins that I've known typically make 30-50k / year for a network as small as 100 computers. Network Admins at very large corporations (like Coca-Cola or something) can make more, in the 50-80k range, but you need experience, and you're dealing with a much more sophisticated infrastructure. It's very easy to outsource a lot of administrative functions these days, so keep that in mind when searching for a job and negotiating salary.
  3. I'm going to have to go with Netweaver Development Studio...
  4. iPhone and Droid phones are for noobs. Blackberry is where it's at. Preferrably one of the old HUUUUGE ones. And get a belt strap too, so you look like a tool.
  5. The C Programming Language http://www.amazon.com/Programming-Language...n/dp/0131103628
  6. Honestly, I think that a traditional education is going to provide the most value. Studying something like computer science is probably the best way to go because it opens more doors and give your the skills that you truly need to understand how computers work on a fundamental level, which of course is necessary if you want to do any sort of reverse engineering or bug hunting. Certs are worthless. That being said, I dropped out of school, so my advice is pretty useless.
  7. The US is too big to see it all and enjoy it in a small amount of time. If you're going to be on the east coast you gotta hit up NYC, Philly, and D.C. On the west coast San Francisco / Silicon Valley, L.A., Las Vegas. If you get a chance to explore I'd recommend New Orleans and Austin. I make a point of going to Miami every year at least once, it's very difficult to have a bad time there.
  8. I think it depends on the size of the company. For smaller to mid-sized companies it's more economical to hire internally. But these days all the large companies are outsourcing the IT department. Even if the service isn't as good, it makes sense economically, and they have someone to point the finger at
  9. Moved to ATL a month or two back, anyone in the area?
  10. I got you all beat! You love it don't you
  11. Hey guys! I am new here and just wanted to introduce myself! I am copy / paste the format everyone else has used and changing it to my info:: My name is Harrison aka Harrison Favourite game: Starcraft (teh original, fuck brood wars) Favourite OS: HP-UX Favourite console: Wii Nationality: US Accent: None Sex: Male Age: 21 Race: White American Height: 6"1' Status: Dating someone Build: Feeble and meak Favourite band: King Crimson Favourite book: Breakfast of Champions Favourite author: Kurt Vonnegut Favourite movie: Miami Vice Favourite director: Michael Mann Favourite TV Show: Arrested Development (although I don't actually have cable TV, just watched my friend's DVDs) Favourite actor: Christian Bale? I dunno, don't really have one Car[/b]: 1984 Isuzu Picjup truck, 1985 VW Jetta, 1984 Volvo StationWagon
  12. You guys are a bunch of nancies. The reason geeks don't get girls is because they don't go talk to them.
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