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[QUOTE=Fatal-Error;29616973]Novermber '94, first got Gmod 9 when I was about 13.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=ManningQB18;29617609]November '94 We should be bros![/QUOTE] [QUOTE=Blaberry;29617804]another '94 Novemberist.[/QUOTE] [highlight]YOU ARE SO SMALL! IS FUNNY TO ME![/highlight]
[QUOTE=SuperDuperScoot;29615009]Hey, what operating system would I be if I was born in 94? :v: Yeah I know I'm a page late but people gotta sleep you know.[/QUOTE] I could be [url=http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:srppWqyBtBoJ:groups.google.com/group/comp.os.linux.development/msg/a32d4e2ef3bcdcc6%3Foutput%3Dgplain+1993+linux&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us&source=www.google.com]Debian[/url]! (Jul, '93)
-snip, shouldn't be posting at this hour-
Inspired by Avatar, no doubt.
[QUOTE=Shadaez;29618016]Inspired by Avatar, no doubt.[/QUOTE] Who?
One of my teachers at school typed "Bing" into the Google search bar.....
Those '3d' Intel processors are amazing. Since the data stream is going through 3 times the amount of gate compared to a standard, doesn't that mean they're 3x as powerful as a standard chip?
[QUOTE=Warship;29618145]Who?[/QUOTE] The Intel '3D processors', thanks for snipping your post and making my post look totally random, though. Avatar the movie. chrome why are you saying movie is misspelled, am I supposed to say motion picture? gosh
[QUOTE=Chickens!;29613928]Can't take anyone seriously who says Cyber.[/QUOTE] I take people who say Cyber more seriously than people who use the word 'hack' for everything.
[QUOTE=MightyMax;29618529]Those '3d' Intel processors are amazing. Since the data stream is going through 3 times the amount of gate compared to a standard, doesn't that mean they're 3x as powerful as a standard chip?[/QUOTE] It's not a data stream, it's simply On/Off. The speed is still the same. When lining it up like in the new 3D-transistors, the only thing that happens is that the contact surface gets bigger, which minimizes power leakage, while shrinking the physical dimensions of the transistor, which means that they'll be able to cram more transistors onto one chip. So basically, the power consumption is lowered for CPU's with performance equal to today's, and Intel can make more powerful chips without having to go smaller than the 22 nm transistors.
[QUOTE=LemONPLaNE;29618711]It's not a data stream, it's simply On/Off. The speed is still the same. When lining it up like in the new 3D-transistors, the only thing that happens is that the contact surface gets bigger, which minimizes power leakage, while shrinking the physical dimensions of the transistor, which means that they'll be able to cram more transistors onto one chip.[/QUOTE] oooh i see. I'm not good with the really small parts of a computer, so thank you for informing me <3
[quote=1993 on Wikipedia]August 13 &#8211; Over 130 die in the collapse of Royal Plaza Hotel at Nakhon Ratchasima in Thailand's worst hotel disaster. August 17 &#8211; For the first time, the public is allowed inside Buckingham Palace.[/quote] and I'm on the fifteenth. :ohdear:
I was born on December 7th, lets see what happened then...
[url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/July_13]Nothing happened the year I was born.[/url]
[QUOTE=Giacomand;29618673]I take people who say Cyber more seriously than people who use the word 'hack' for everything.[/QUOTE] So I hacked my xbox 360 the other day. Now it's got this sweet new theme.
I was born on the tenth anniversary of the Chernobyl incident. Unfortunately, nothing really interesting happened the day I was born, other than Stirling Silliphant dying (He was some writer who I hadn't even heard of before I looked up April 26th) and the Shanghai Five signing a regional security treaty.
september 16th... nothing of interest happened in '96. dammit
Turns out I was born on the 42nd anniversary of the People's Republic of China! I knew it, I am destined for greatness! FOR THE REPUBLIC!
[quote=Wikipedia: September 2nd]1991 &#8211; The United States recognize the independence of the Baltic states: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.[/quote] Exciting stuff.
[QUOTE=LemONPLaNE;29620615]Exciting stuff.[/QUOTE] [quote]1990 &#8211; Transnistria is unilaterally proclaimed a Soviet republic; the Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev declares the decision null and void.[/quote]:smug:
[url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/November_3[/url] no wonder I'm a violent person. [editline]5th May 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=Wikipedia: November 3rd;29620615]Birth of Gabe Newell, co-founder of Valve Corporation [/QUOTE] FUCK YEAH!
Unknown rebel in Tiananmen Square stops tank column, and Apple II goes on sale. My birthday also is the day before D-Day, and a distant friend's is D-Day itself.
Some Nigerian Football player died on my birthday. Oh, and some bombings in 2008.
Guys this is technology related thread, not a what happened on my birthday thread. Go to fast threads if you want to start one of those. Not trying to be rude, but it just doesn't fit in this thread. Sorry.
But at least now we know how old everyone is :v:
[QUOTE=Squad;29625393]Guys this is technology related thread, not a what happened on my birthday thread. Go to fast threads if you want to start one of those. Not trying to be rude, but it just doesn't fit in this thread. Sorry.[/QUOTE] We're content starved, anything could be our thread for a few days. fuck, even quoting this post could go on for six pages.
My birthday has nothing special about it. [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/July_30]Apollo 15 with the first rover & social security acts but that's about it[/url]
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Interesting. Eric Clapton won a Grammy when i was born. I must go and win a Grammy too then
I share my birthday with Paulie Shore and Boris Yeltzin... :sigh: Imagine a shared birthday part between us three.
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