• CIPWTTKT&GC February 2012 - sudo cat /dev/urandom > content
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So let me get this straight [img]http://images.bit-tech.net/content_images/2008/05/first-look-acer-aspire-predator-gaming-pc/b1.jpg[/img] Rice. [img]http://www.custom-build-computers.com/image-files/building-a-gaming-pc.jpg[/img] Not rice.
it seems to me that you have ricer cases like that and the rest are identical black boxes with no other defining features like the monolith of 2001 space odyssey and thats considered classy
Pretty much yeah.
The bag of rice I keep in my case keeps the blue leds from getting wet.
funny story. i saw that orange abomination case at my local Fry's it's terrible [editline]27th February 2012[/editline] wow guys stop making me feel bad for having blue LEDs
You mean the Acer's gaming PC or the case itself? I don't think you can buy that exact case.
[QUOTE=milkandcooki;34905862]funny story. i saw that orange abomination case at my local Fry's it's terrible [editline]27th February 2012[/editline] wow guys stop making me feel bad for having blue LEDs[/QUOTE] I have 4 fans with blue leds in my case, my mouse has them, my keyboard and my monitor status is blue. I turn off the light in my room and I can still see fine except light is blue.
[QUOTE=milkandcooki;34905862]funny story. i saw that orange abomination case at my local Fry's it's terrible [editline]27th February 2012[/editline] wow guys stop making me feel bad for having blue LEDs[/QUOTE] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Cv4kf.jpg[/IMG] BLUE
[QUOTE=moesislack;34905883]I have 4 fans with blue leds in my case, my mouse has them, my keyboard and my monitor status is blue. I turn off the light in my room and I can still see fine except light is blue.[/QUOTE] LEDs on my inside upper back fan shine through some grill on the top of my case, so my ceiling has blue hexagons everywhere.
[QUOTE=Makol;34905892][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Cv4kf.jpg[/IMG] BLUE[/QUOTE] [IMG]http://i53.tinypic.com/2iswnxv.jpg[/IMG] BLUUUE
[QUOTE=kaze4159;34906059][IMG]http://i53.tinypic.com/2iswnxv.jpg[/IMG] BLUUUE[/QUOTE] You have a floppy drive? Baller status!
For 185$ it's that bad a deal: [url]http://www.engadget.com/2012/02/27/amd-rolls-out-two-new-bulldozer-chips-cuts-price-of-the-fx-8120/[/url] Still not worth it, really.
Yet another question. Anyone know the difference in picture between an ASUS VE228H and VS228H-P?
[QUOTE=moesislack;34906142]You have a floppy drive? Baller status![/QUOTE] Time to look at this assignment! [B]RRRKKGKKGKGKGKGNNKNGKNKGNKGNGNKGKNGGKNGKNGKNGGG[/B]
Blue? [img]http://puu.sh/hnQr[/img]
Sitting in the office at my internship, just waiting for my login credentials.*sigh* Until I get them I can't do shit. I JUST WANT TO GET STARTED! :(
I've finally arrived at the point of my life where I have to choose if I want to be a programmer, or become a networking expert/chief of networking projects/product manager/security consultant. Whatever decision I make, will rule the next three and a half years of my life, and I have no idea what to choose. Fuck.
[QUOTE=nikomo;34906855]I've finally arrived at the point of my life where I have to choose if I want to be a programmer, or become a networking expert/chief of networking projects/product manager/security consultant. Whatever decision I make, will rule the next three and a half years of my life, and I have no idea what to choose. Fuck.[/QUOTE] Honestly, networking sounds a lot more interesting than programming. While you do get a great feeling once you get a program complete and working, actually writing it is damn boring.
Networking would probably contain some programming as well, and remember that more companies need working networks than proprietary software
[QUOTE=inconspicious;34906958]Honestly, networking sounds a lot more interesting than programming. While you do get a great feeling once you get a program complete and working, actually writing it is damn boring.[/QUOTE] That's opinion really, I love programming. Getting it to work and writing code.
The whole networking/security/product manager thing is all one package. I want to do it because I absolutely love security, but I also love networking, and programming is a part of both, so there are some lessons of programming there. Also, I can self-learn programming, hell, I could probably learn Ruby and utilize that by making Metasploit modules and crap.
[QUOTE=wingless;34906993]That's opinion really, I love programming. Getting it to work and writing code.[/QUOTE] I have a problem where I will start work on something one day, really enjoy it and get a bit of it complete. The next morning I have absolutely no motivation to continue with it.
Also, the place where programming is, they have an optional subject, which is pretty long, it's called Tech Club. It's basically some sort of Microsoft thing, and they have bunch of toys that Microsoft comes out with. According to the woman I talked to today, they had Lumia 900's at time of launch. [editline]28th February 2012[/editline] Doing what I love vs getting a proper job and playing with new toys for a while.
[QUOTE=l l;34902969]Now that I reformatted my screen is blurry, anyone have any idea on what could be causing this and how to fix it? [editline]28th February 2012[/editline] I reinstalled my GPU drivers twice already.[/QUOTE] Press the auto button on your monitor :rolleyes:
[QUOTE=inconspicious;34907015]I have a problem where I will start work on something one day, really enjoy it and get a bit of it complete. The next morning I have absolutely no motivation to continue with it.[/QUOTE] I used to have that problem, I don't know what happened but it just went away for me.
[QUOTE=inconspicious;34907015]I have a problem where I will start work on something one day, really enjoy it and get a bit of it complete. The next morning I have absolutely no motivation to continue with it.[/QUOTE] "I'm going to try this nodeJS IRC bot and see if I can make it report ping results to an IRC channel!" "nodeJS isn't in current repository, would need to upgrade Debian to sid, fuck it."
[QUOTE=Warship;34907063]Press the auto button on your monitor :rolleyes:[/QUOTE] Probably won't do anything if he's not on VGA
[QUOTE=wingless;34907082]I used to have that problem, I don't know what happened but it just went away for me.[/QUOTE] I'm sure it will go away once I get my first Android game out and get some money made.
XP support ends in 2014. Knowing how people are, a lot of people are still going to be using Windows XP in 2014. This means a lot of computers, connected to the Internet, with no security updates, because they're not being made anymore. Which means any exploit in XP found will not be fixed by Microsoft. I smell blood in the water.
[QUOTE=nikomo;34907399]XP support ends in 2014. Knowing how people are, a lot of people are still going to be using Windows XP in 2014. This means a lot of computers, connected to the Internet, with no security updates, because they're not being made anymore. Which means any exploit in XP found will not be fixed by Microsoft. I smell blood in the water.[/QUOTE] I smell the phrase "Your own damn fault"
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