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Keith

The Show Must Go On!
Was checking my registration date .. November 25th 2001 .. course was around before then but still .. time sure has flown by. :)
 

Cyberman

Moderator
Moderator
Congrats Keith welcome to the fossil bed :D

we are 2 years beyond a decade. And yes we are getting old (hehehe).

Which reminds me PS1 emulation has gotten way too quiet (heh).

Perhaps time to liven things way up.

Cyb
 
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Keith

Keith

The Show Must Go On!
Yeah been playing World of Warcraft lately. For those that do play .. I'm currently 6/14 heroic. Play a Boomkin/Resto druid .. ilvl 568.
 

Azimer

Emulator Developer
Moderator
lol Jaz. As long as the first handful of threads aren't all the same topic with a year removed :)
 

Jaz

Ex-Mod
[MENTION=141]Azimer[/MENTION] That seems to be the case for me! I don't know why, but I tend to log in around Christmas time every year and have a scout around and through my post history. ET was a big part of my late teens and early twenties. It's good to reminisce sometimes.
[MENTION=4935]Knuckles[/MENTION] Good to see you around as well my friend.
 

Cyberman

Moderator
Moderator
God this seems like a reunion. I guess I haven't been around long enough to be in this crowd, lol.

I think one of us IS a grandpa ... not sure which (heh) at least none of us are our own grandpa. (ahem)

The one thing about time is ... it passes regardless of our protestenations I might add.

Cyb
 

Flash

Technomage
Some people say that time is non-linear, for me it's like like some crazy guy invented a time archiver with 3000% compression ratio. When i registered here, N64 emulation was a miracle, and i remember all those talks about that DC and PS2 emulation will require 20GHz machines and it won't be here in the next 20 years. Yeah... really... :D.
 

Cyberman

Moderator
Moderator
Some people say that time is non-linear, for me it's like like some crazy guy invented a time archiver with 3000% compression ratio. When i registered here, N64 emulation was a miracle, and i remember all those talks about that DC and PS2 emulation will require 20GHz machines and it won't be here in the next 20 years. Yeah... really... :D.

They weren't too far off it took dual core processor 10 years and a LOT more RAM than anticipated. The more interesting thing is the near complete dimise of windows in that time.

Cyb - we are switching to Win7 at work because they can't really use anything else (especially win8 ) LOL
 
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Fanatic 64

Guest
If you're tired of Windows you can try donating to this.

But yeah, even seeing I joined in 2012... it seems far less. Also over 600 posts, for a forum with this level of activity that isn't bad at all.
 

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