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  • Birthday 07/11/1990

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    Feb Desktops

    Two questions: -Which theme are you using? -Which productivity app is powering the widget in the center of your home screen? Android FTW!
  2. I remember a few seasons back when they first showed off the jackets and from what I recall, they never mentioned anything about selling them. I think they're just for the Hak5 crew to use when they're at cons and such.
  3. I confirmed with Darren last night that my box #20 was not supposed to have a code. It is supposed to represent an /
  4. I'd have to say that Live Free or Die Hard is one of my favorite hacker movies of all time
  5. Random Box of Crap #12 Random Box of Crap #4
  6. I believe there is a Hak5 season 1 (non-physical) dvd floating around the interwebz on a torrent tracker somewhere. Hak5 DVD link 1 Also, I remember seeing a bunch of videos segments on Youtube from the the DVD, like cast interviews and such.
  7. Wow! you must really do a good job at keeping your docs and folders organized. I would love to be able to reinstall windows and everything every 4-6 months, but I always have files everywhere and it becomes too daunting of a task to back it (all/ I always back up my important stuff!) up.
  8. Natural Selection 2 The pre-alpha engine test came out two days ago for the new game and I thought I would see if there was any interest for it on the Hak5 forums. Originally, the first Natural Selection was just a Counterstrike 1.5 mod that was created many years ago. Since then, it has grown to be one of the biggest Counterstrike mods out there (pre-Source that is) and just recently, the studio behind it, Unknown Worlds started development on a stand-alone sequel to the original game. The sequel will have its own unique engine and will be based off of the mechanics from the original game. If there are any NS fans out there, hit me up and I'll send you my Steam ID. For anyone who might be clueless to the Natural Selection game, check out: NaturalSelection2.com | UnknownWorlds.com | Natural Selection - About
  9. My Windows 7 Machine: Being displayed (left to right): -ScattrBrain Air App -System Specs (obviously not normally displayed) -Miro The desktop image is from NVIDIA - link
  10. How the hell? If you don't mind me asking, what are you doing to get that awesome minimal desktop? (if it's rainmeter, please explain further than "I use rainmeter" ;) ) Very nice!
  11. The Garmin nüvi® 1390T and an HP P1505n Laser Printer were the two tech items I got for Christmas. I'm loving the Garmin, it's pretty cool. I've already set the voice on it to Mr. Halloween lol, so now when I take a wrong turn on the route, it "Consults it's Spellbook for an answer!".
  12. If your looking for work in general, keep in mind the US 2010 Census is coming up. It's going to be starting up in April, and the census workers make something like $20 an hour.
  13. No kidding? Ever consider the Air National Guard? I enlisted in the Ohio Air National Guard (fyi, a branch of the Air Force)as a Network Infrastructure Systems Apprentice when I was 17 and a senior in high school. After I graduated, I immediately went off to training. Best decision I've made so far. I'm still in the Guard and because of it, I'm going to college for free, well actually... more like 110% free since the G.I. Bill pays me $600 a month above and beyond the cost of my tuition. Also, so far while I've been in the Guard, I've trained on Cisco Routers and Switches, VOIP, Call Manager, etc etc. I've learned a lot and it's paid off. Oh btw, if you've ever considered getting a job with a defense contractor, there's normally a little thing they require called a "SECURITY CLEARANCE". Clearances are very valuable to have and most "Computer Jobs" in the Air Force will give you one. Again, it's another nice thing to have on a resume. I'm 19 now and still in the Guard. I'm back in my home, hanging out with my friends, and doing all the stupid crap that 19 yr olds do and I really don't have too much to worry about aside from flunking out of college. I've already got a nice resume built up and the longer I'm with the Guard, the more experience I'll accumulate. I have a best friend that's in your same situation, so I get what you're going through. I hope what I said can help you in some way.
  14. COMPUTER SPECS: Case: NZXT Tempest CPU: Intel i7 920 2.66ghz x4 GPU's: 2x NVIDIA 285 1GB (SLI) MOBO: ASUS P6T HDD: 1.5TB 7200rpm SATA -------1.5TB 7200rpm eSATA -------1TB eSATA (2x 500GB RAID-0) -------[real total 3800GB~] RAM: 12GB DDR3 Cosair PSU: Corsair 750 Watt OS: Windows 7 RC GEAR MONITOR: Acer H233H 23" LCD SPEAKERS: Logitech Z-5500 5.1 KEYBOARD: Logitech G15 (1st GEN) MOUSE: Logitech G5 (1st GEN)
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