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Random Geek stuff
#1
On the Microsoft developer network you cannot download Windows 2000/98/95/ME but you can download 3.11  8) Big Grin
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#2
ooh and DOS 6
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#3
Trying out Chrome as IE8 is a POS with all sorts of issues and FF is a memory wh0re although does work ok  but it keeps crashing on my work PC and I CBA to reinstall it. Just had Chrome crash however it was clever enough not to die completely, turns out my problem is with flash which iplayer is using, FF falls over completely however Chrome just nuked the flash plugin and left the tab (and rest of the browser) intact, still looks funny though gui wise!
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#4
Cable and Wireless (who we do most of our work for) just had their DNS servers die and all of their sites dropped off the net for 25 mins which for a company of that size is a big deal!  :o
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#5
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/04/07/ipad_wi_fi/

"For users having other problems the advice is to check the router is switched on and consider moving closer to it."


Vintage Apple  Big Grin
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#6
LOL "we were just accidentially capturing unencrypted wifi traffic" http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8684110.stm
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#7
hmm emulating a 15+ yr old computer/OS, excellent, still looks good when faffed with although the available browsers are a bit painful

Amiga Workbench FTW  Smile


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"Breezer" Wrote:hmm emulating a 15+ yr old computer/OS, excellent, still looks good when faffed with although the available browsers are a bit painful

Amiga Workbench FTW  Smile

Wicked. If you can get Speedball 2 up and running i'll fly back for go  Tongue
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#9
Ice cream, ICE CREAM!

Brutal Deluxe!
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#10
Any of you bored with the current crop of WII party games? Give this one a try (you may have to order from Europe)  :o

http://www.techradar.com/news/gaming/no-...led-934754
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