I just got a new motherboard and am building my next computer. I have been out of the loop for a while so far as video cards are concerned. What is currently the best video card for the money right now?
I really don't want to spend anything over $200 (exceeding that price range is just insane...
I uninstalled outlook express via xplite, (no point in having it there if I don't use it) configured thunderbird as my default email client, then clicked on an email link in mozilla.
UI controls froze for 30 seconds, then suddenly I see a messagebox saying it couldn't do something or other...
[02:27:25] -> *genosyde* bah, channel was dead without that conversation anyways
[02:27:40] <genosyde> and i need you to tell me this?
[02:27:45] <genosyde> don't pm me again
[02:27:45] <AlphaWolf> yes
[02:27:52] <AlphaWolf> because you can suckstart a weedeater
[02:28:02] <genosyde> oh so you...
I went to wal-mart, and saw a Creative Jukebox 2LX, 20 Gig, for $158.32. Sounds like a damn good deal. Looked for some reviews on it before I bought it, and couldn't find any. Has anybody dealt with creative portable audio players before? How do they compare with others? Do they generally...
Martin, when I go to the manage attachments window, type in the file name, then click "add this file," it takes the time to upload it, but then the file doesn't show up in the list, and it doesn't get added to the post.
Lets give them a hand! Now we can show those conservative bastards that intolerance will not be tolerated!
We are now that much closer to having that utopian world devoid of all emotion! Horray! World peas!
Seems the UK just adopted the EUCD, which is basically the EU's version of the DMCA.
I wouldn't worry though, four score and six years later, the DMCA has had no impact on anything I do thus far. And trust me when I say I do a lot of things that...
A question I have for the (future?) IT professionals here: what math level is generally required for any decent paying job in the IT field?
EDIT: or better yet, how far would "differential equations" take you?
Well, when an entity has an entire market locked down, innovation tends to halt and inflation increases. Before the US broke up AT&T, it used to cost a dollar per minute for long distance calls, and that was in the 60's when a dollar was worth a lot more even. Now its not uncommon to have 5 cent...
I don't suppose he'll ever watch the movie "Total Recall" again... :happy:
Whats even more sad is california is the more corporate/democrat types by far...Gray must have realy pissed them off.