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1351  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Ads in Skype on: June 15, 2012, 02:45:28 PM
Who seriously sits staring at that screen whilst talking anyway?  Personally I minimize and get on with what I was doing.
1352  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Icann reveals new internet top-level domain name claims on: June 15, 2012, 01:42:20 PM
I think this is another of Apple's Walled Garden moves, trying to create fear that anywhere outside their nice cozy eden is a virtual ghetto that will get you virtually shot.

Now thi$ I $ee as a definite po$$ibility.

In case anybody didnt get that...

1353  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Wakoopa discontinuing service on: June 15, 2012, 09:33:20 AM
DC should find out if they can take over this service, would be an interesting addition to the site  undecided
1354  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Techie News Roundup on: June 15, 2012, 06:57:56 AM
The 2nd link looks broken, but still works...Before anybody else notices that tongue
1355  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Techie News Roundup on: June 15, 2012, 05:44:24 AM

Facebook response to IPO lawsuits to focus on Nasdaq

Facebook is expected to make its first public response as early as tomorrow to the wave of investor lawsuits regarding the company's lackluster IPO.

 The social-networking giant is planning to file a motion to consolidate all the shareholder lawsuits pending against it, providing inside perspective on the role that the Nasdaq stock exchange's performance had on the stock's trading activity, a personal familiar with the matter told The New York Times. The IPO's lead underwriters -- Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase -- are also expected to join the motion, the paper reported.

Vizio launches Mac-like PCs starting at $898

Vizio, a company best known for making TVs, is officially throwing its hat into the PC arena.

The company is taking the wraps off three distinct lines of Windows computers: ultrabooks, mid-size laptops, and all-in-one desktops.

Vizio had previously announced its plans to jump into the PC market at the January Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but today's New York press event was the official coming-out party for the new systems.

Facebook wants users' cell numbers in bid to bolster security

In the wake of a rash of password leaks, Facebook wants to educate its members about how to make their accounts more secure and is asking for users' cell phone numbers as part of that effort.

 The social network has begun adding a message at the top of every member's news feed that suggests they "Stay in control of your account by following these simple security tips." The message includes a link to Facebook's security page, where users are tutored on how to identify a scam and choose a unique password, and are asked to provide a cell phone number where replacement passwords can be sent.

Cloud music is still the future for Apple, Amazon -- really

Given recent headlines about cloud music, you might be forgiven for thinking that the feature is huge with consumers.

 Word came Monday that Apple has finally caught up to Google and Amazon and begun to stream songs  from the company's cloud. The following day, CNET broke news that Amazon is very close to reaching agreements with the top four record companies that would let it run a licensed cloud music service. Music industry sources also told CNET that Google and the labels continue to discuss cloud licenses.

A 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro is coming soon, analysts say

If you want a MacBook Pro with a Retina Display, your current options are limited to a single 15-inch size. However that might not be the case in a few months time.

AppleInsider today relays a note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI, who suggests that Apple is about three months from running up production on a 13-inch model of its new, top of the line MacBook Pro.

Mysterious Microsoft media event coming June 18

Microsoft has sent e-mail invitations to reporters far and wide about a mysterious announcement in Los Angeles on June 18.

(Yeah, that's Monday. And this is Thursday. Four days from now.)

"You are invited to an exclusive Microsoft media event in Los Angeles, California on Monday, June 18th.  Doors open at 3:30 PM," reads the invitation from Microsoft's Waggener Edstrom PR agency.

Can Intel's Thunderbolt go mainstream with help from Apple and Acer?

To some, Thunderbolt is just a port on the side of a MacBook, a mere check-box on a feature list.

 But to Intel, the high-speed communication technology is an ambitious attempt to do something that only happens every decade or so in the computing industry: rewrite the rules of how people plug stuff into their computers.

Thunderbolt arrived in 2011 with the potential to bring the flexibility of a tower computer to something as compact as an ultrabook. And it's got a bright future in premium and professional products, as events this week show.

Microsoft reportedly in $1 billion deal for Yammer

Microsoft has agreed to acquire business software company Yammer for more than $1 billion, a person familiar with the matter told The Wall Street Journal.

 The report did not indicate when the acquisition is expected to be announced or completed.

 Yammer representatives declined to comment. CNET has also contacted Microsoft for comment and will update this report when we learn more.

 San Francisco-based Yammer is sort of like Facebook for companies: employees can post, share, and discuss items. It's become an integral tool for many startups, but it's also big among larger businesses. More than 80 percent of Fortune 500 companies use Yammer. If Microsoft buys Yammer, it could help the tech titan modernize with social-enterprise tools.$1-billion-deal-for-yammer/

NeverSeconds blogger Martha Payne 'banned' from taking school dinner photos

A nine-year-old girl who became an internet hit after blogging about her school dinners claims she has been banned from taking photographs of her meals.

Martha Payne, from Argyll, began publishing photographs of her school canteen lunches on 30 April.

Her NeverSeconds blog got more than two million hits in just a few weeks.

She gave each meal a 'food-o-meter' and health rating, and counted the number of mouthfuls it took her to eat it.

Nokia cuts another 10,000 jobs as losses deepen

globally and has warned that second-quarter losses from its mobile phone business will be larger than expected.

The cuts bring total planned job cuts at the Finnish group since Stephen Elop took over as chief executive in September 2010 to more than 40,000.

Nokia will also book additional restructuring charges of about 1bn euros (£811m; $1.3bn).

Nokia shares closed down 18% and have slumped about 70% since February 2011.

"These planned reductions are a difficult consequence of the intended actions we believe we must take to ensure Nokia's long-term competitive strength," Mr Elop said in a statement.

Diablo 3's real-cash auctions begin in the Americas

Activision Blizzard has launched the video game Diablo 3's real-money auction house for players in North and South America.

The facility allows users to buy and sell objects found in the title using real currency.

The publisher takes a cut of each transaction, securing a new source of profits.

It has warned that subscribers found guilty of using hacks or other attempts to cheat face a lifetime ban.

AMD and ARM team up to improve PC security with Trustzone

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is to license technology from rival chip designer ARM Holdings.

The US firm plans to add an ARM-based processor to its computer chipsets alongside its own x86-based CPU (central processing unit) and GPU (graphics processing unit) technology.

The ARM-based core will be dedicated to offering security features to safeguard actions such as online payments.

Analysts say this could be the beginning of an important relationship.

Both firms compete against the world's largest semiconductor chip maker, Intel.
Safer computing

AMD made the announcement at its Fusion Developer Summit in Seattle.

The firm said it intended to incorporate an ARM Cortex-A5 CPU to its chips for what it terms "superthin" laptops from 2013, across chips for other mainstream computers in 2014, and beyond that into servers.

Sweden Twitter campaign marred by 'Jew' comments

in Sweden has caused controversy after a woman controlling its Twitter account posted messages about Jews and Nazis.

The @Sweden account is run by a different Swedish citizen every week - this week, mother-of-two Sonja Abrahamsson has been in control.

She tweeted messages such as "What's the fuzz with Jews" before later apologising.

A spokeswoman for VisitSweden said the tweets would not be removed.

Marketing director Maria Ziv said that had she deemed the comments to be racist, then "we would have taken them down".

Skout dating app suspends teen service after rape allegations

he location-based "flirt" and meet-up app Skout has suspended its service to teenagers after being linked to three sexual attacks.

The software uses phones' GPS chips to help members see who is nearby, allowing them to contact each other.

It had sought to operate two separate services: one limited to 13-17-year-olds, the other designed for older users.

However, the firm said its safety measures had proven to be insufficient.

ATMs to operate without a card

withdraw money from cash machines using their smartphone has been unveiled.

Customers who use the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) or NatWest mobile banking app can now request cash, up to £100, via their smartphone.

They are given a six-digit code to enter into an ATM to release the cash.

A similar system has been developed by cash machine operator NCR. This requires users to scan a barcode to withdraw the money.

Apple blocks HTC's use of Google patents in US lawsuit

be able to use five patents it acquired from Google last year to sue Apple.

The iPhone maker had claimed that its rival had failed to acquire all necessary rights to the intellectual properties.

HTC said it would appeal.

One patent expert said the ruling could have major implications for other firms who regularly assigned patent rights to third parties.

Researchers work on smart city search engine

Researchers at the University of Glasgow are working on an urban search engine that will interrogate sensors and answer questions such as: "How crowded is the city centre?"

Sensors attached to traffic lights, lamp-posts and other city landmarks are seen as key to creating smarter cities.

They will create a vast amount of data and the hope is that citizens will make use of it to improve city life.

The plan is to test the search engine in a real city by 2014.

The project is part of a European-funded initiative, known as Smart ("search engine for multimedia environment-generated content"), which aims to create a system for internet users to search and analyse data from sensors.

The search engine will answer queries by automatically identifying cameras, microphones and other sensors that can contribute to the question.

Obama Signs Order for Full-Bore Broadband Expansion

President Barack Obama on Thursday signed an executive order intended to make broadband construction along federal roadways and properties in the United State more effective and up to 90 percent cheaper.

Building a nationwide broadband network will strengthen the U.S. economy and put more Americans back to work, the president said.

The White House also announced the establishment of U.S. Ignite, a public-private partnership aimed at creating a new wave of services that will bring together software developers and engineers from government and industry with representatives from communities, schools, hospitals and other institutions.

"We are creating and transmitting data at a rate of 8 trillion bits a second, and the road is just not large enough," W. Hord Tipton, executive director of (ISC)2 and former CIO of the U.S. Department of the Interior, told TechNewsWorld.

Sony Charges Into Smartphone Scene With Xperia Ion

Sony (NYSE: SNE) has launched its first Xperia smartphone since buying out Ericsson in February. The Xperia Ion is a 4G LTE device that will be available from AT&T (NYSE: T) June 24 for US$100 with a two-year agreement.


Linus, GNOME 3, and Much Ado About Desktop Interfaces

If ever there was a week to make a person believe in the cosmic forces of fate, this might be it.

To wit: Linus Torvalds -- always a topic of interest here in the Linux blogosphere -- has been a particularly "hot topic" in recent weeks thanks to his critical comments earlier this month about GNOME 3.

Quick snapshot: "The whole gnome3 approach of 'by default we don't give you even the most basic tools to fix things, but you can hack around things with unofficial extensions' seems to be a total UX failure," he wrote in a post on Google+.

The New MacBook Pro Aims for the Heart, Not the Head

With a heavy heart, I have decided not to the buy the gorgeous new MacBook Pro with Retina Display. I lust after the idea of 2,880 by 1,800 pixels gloriously showing off my awesome photos of the Grand Tetons, Half Dome and small children running from the cold droplets of a sprinkler system under a hot summer sun.

These photos are the closest I can come to replicating the cool swirling zebras running on fresh green African grass that Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) is using to tout its newest MacBook Pro.

1356  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Skype now has a "Login With Facebook" Button on: June 15, 2012, 05:23:37 AM
Dunno if anybody else has noticed this, but figured its worth a quick share...


Is this new? I've never noticed it before, but perhaps because I usually get signed in automatically, but for some messed up reason it decided not to do it this time, and removed my password from that screen...quite odd but made me notice this at least.
1357  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Icann reveals new internet top-level domain name claims on: June 15, 2012, 05:19:06 AM
There's something hysterically funny there about Google applying for a hundred, Apple only wants one. "If it ain't .apple, it's second rate."  Grin

Well, yeah, funny until I think that Apple is a pure predator, and likely has some proxy company doing everything else for them. That's how the stock market works, so I doubt this is much different. Apple defines itself by being simple, so anything else is bad publicity for them. Google on the other hand is trying to be all things to all people, so .mom, .etc all make sense for it.

But I really do wonder now that you pointed that out...

Apple, the simple company for simple minded people

Google are trying to syndicate the entire Interwebs, think of them as a sort of 'Mafia' except that mafia gives you lots of free things...but they expect to know everything you do so they can make money out of you ^_^
1358  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / World's first 'tax' on Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 on: June 14, 2012, 01:07:45 PM

The Australian online retailer has introduced the world's first "tax" on Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) browser.

Customers who use IE7 will have to pay an extra surcharge on online purchases made through the firm's site.

Chief executive Ruslan Kogan told the BBC he wanted to recoup the time and costs involved in "rendering the website into a antique browser".

The charge is set to 6.8% - 0.1% for every month since the IE7 launch.

1359  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Icann reveals new internet top-level domain name claims on: June 13, 2012, 06:55:38 PM
On another front, this is one of those campaigns where they're gonna try to get all the naughty sites to be forced to use a .sex extension, to make it easier "to protect the children" find porn.

It's also gonna make Phishing a horrible risk because some scammer will nab domains like or something. "What? You mean I don't get a free Ferrari when I make a donation of any size?"

1360  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Icann reveals new internet top-level domain name claims on: June 13, 2012, 03:56:55 PM

The full list of submissions for new internet address endings has been published by the global organisation co-ordinating the expansion.

Requests to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (Icann) include .porn, .ninja, and .ferrari.

The BBC was among the applicants, applying for .bbc as an alternative to and .com.

Several top-level domains have been applied for by more than one party, including .sex, .home and .diy.

Both the US drugmaker Merck & Co and its German rival Merck KGaA appear to have applied for the .merck ending, which may trigger an auction process.

However the .uk manager, Nominet, looks likely to secure .wales and .cymru after no-one filed identical claims.

Likewise the Dot Scot Registry was the only organisation to apply for .scot and the League of Arab States the only body to claim .arab.


The BBC was among the applicants, applying for .bbc as an alternative to and .com.

Seriously BBC...not only do you FORCE us to pay for a TV license for a channel most people don't watch (Which you also claim is "Freeview") that money is being used for frivolous things such as this. This is getting out of hand. I am no longer paying for a TV license...sue me if you want...I couldn't care less any more. You lie about not advertising or making money elsewhere, so why the hell do we still get forced to buy a license? If I started a TV station tomorrow, and demanded everybody in the country pay me £X per month or I will SUE them, OFCOM would shut me down in a heartbeat...Talk about backwards. You have gone off the rails summery, Dear BBC, You no longer get ANY money off me.

--The following is what I sent to the BBC directly--

"£118,800 for an Application for a frivolous gTLD is beyond ridiculous. This is License payer money that you have used, and will be using more and more if you succeed with it. Due to this, I will no longer be purchasing a TV license as you are simply drinking away my money. That money would be just as well used by my local RSPCA. I do not watch your channel, I do not like your services and I do not agree with your practices. This is your formal notice that all future monies I would have spent on a TV license, will now be going to the RSPCA in Ramsbottom, Lancashire. On behalf of all the Animals, Thanks!"
1361  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Show us a photo of your mutt or other creatures.. on: June 11, 2012, 09:21:38 PM
What a dog who falls between 2 chairs looks like:

1362  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Pretty cool pic of the Inside of a brand new HD750, GE CT Scanner on: June 11, 2012, 04:44:54 PM
1363  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Help the Animals on: June 10, 2012, 09:14:06 PM
I am a bit fuzzy about how a new Toyota might help "save" (or save more) animals. Might that not statistically merely serve to increase the probability of running over more animals?    tellme

Doing something else, for example, such as (say) putting little animal huts or incubators outside the animal welfare facility might help to encourage people to anonymously drop off their (or their neighbours') unwanted animals, 24/7.

This type of approach seems to be working quite well in hospitals in Europe, where hospitals have started to put incubators outside the facility, so as to encourage people to anonymously drop off their (or someone else's) "unwanted" babies, 24/7.
It's apparently becoming quite a growing trend.

It is a means to enable us to fulfill our mission by transporting animals and equipment and increasing our humane education efforts. (1) Humane education for children at local schools and organizations. (2) Pet Parenting Program motivates families to unchain dogs and overcome obstacles to integrating the pet into the famiyl; includes putting up fencing and doing in-home training. (3) Pick up dogs and cats to bring to our shelter. (4) Women Offering Obedience & Training (WOOF) Program requires transporting to Lowell Correctional Institution for inmates to train the dogs making the dogs more adoptable. (5) Deliver dog and cat food to local organizations and pick up donations. (6) Transport animals to various activities and events throughout Marion County. (6) Transport donated building materials to improve shelter and for Pet Parenting Program. Our current truck is old. We pass up opportunities when transport is not available. A new Toyota would help us help homeless animals.
1364  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Help the Animals on: June 10, 2012, 09:12:42 PM
Doing it...
1365  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Annoying error/issues at shutdown/restart and startup on: June 07, 2012, 05:20:25 PM
Windows 7 problem.

1) Everytime I shutdown the computer an error flashes up just before the system logs off. It seems to be an access violation or similar but it only appears for a split second and nothing appears in the error logs. Any idea how to track this down.

2) I am regularly getting warnings about registry handles being left open and the User Profile unloading when I log off (doesn't seem o be related to 1). In particular it seems to berelated to lsass.exe anyone any ideas? I have run SFC /SCANNOW to check integrity and also a CHKDSK but there are no errors showing up. Here is a typical message:

Windows detected your registry file is still in use by other applications or services. The file will be unloaded now. The applications or services that hold your registry file may not function properly afterwards. 

 5 user registry handles leaked from \Registry\User\S-1-5-21-2490178771-1396779573-3448706779-1001:
Process 664 (\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Windows\System32\lsass.exe) has opened key \REGISTRY\USER\S-1-5-21-2490178771-1396779573-3448706779-1001
Process 664 (\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Windows\System32\lsass.exe) has opened key \REGISTRY\USER\S-1-5-21-2490178771-1396779573-3448706779-1001
Process 664 (\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Windows\System32\lsass.exe) has opened key \REGISTRY\USER\S-1-5-21-2490178771-1396779573-3448706779-1001\Software\Microsoft\SystemCertificates\My
Process 664 (\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Windows\System32\lsass.exe) has opened key \REGISTRY\USER\S-1-5-21-2490178771-1396779573-3448706779-1001\Software\Microsoft\SystemCertificates\Disallowed
Process 664 (\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Windows\System32\lsass.exe) has opened key \REGISTRY\USER\S-1-5-21-2490178771-1396779573-3448706779-1001\Software\Microsoft\SystemCertificates\CA

The user profile is my profile.

3) On startup I used to be able to type as soon as windows desktop appeared but now there seems to be a long delay before I can type anything. Then it types e..x...c...e...e...d...i...n...g...l...y slowly for a while before resuming normal speeds. Using an MS wireless mouse and keyboard set (Wireless Comfort Keyboard 5000 and mouse). Doesn't seem to be batteries and drivers are up to date. Works fine once it has settled down and on other machines.

These are slowly driving me nuts but I really haven't got time to do a complete clean install at the moment. Any ideas would be really appreciated!

No clue about your first problem, but the problem with the keyboard and mouse...Did you try swap the keyboard/mouse's USB dongle to a different port?  I found I started to get a LOT of lag if I leave my mouse plugged into 2 certain ports on my machine for a prolonged period of time (Seems to have been resolved by having it install the drivers to every single USB host on my machine lol)
1366  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Lost my father on: June 07, 2012, 01:00:39 AM
Lost my father ~three (3) years ago, my mother ~two (2).  Can't say whether what you feel is what I felt (I suspect it is), but time does dull the edges, although not the memories.  Save those, above all.  ('Tis said time heals all wounds, but that's a lie:  it just lets 'em scab over.)  Great sorrow for your pain and grieving.

I also lost my father back in 2008...Please don't be as stupid as I was and take to the Alcohol...Its a VERY bad idea and didn't help a single iota
1367  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Lost my father on: June 06, 2012, 10:51:57 AM
Deeply sorry for your loss Stoic.
1368  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / FreewareGenius on Free online courses from the top 40 colleges in the US on: June 05, 2012, 04:30:57 PM
FreewareGenius has a big comprehensive article on free online academic courses:


Online education is ubiquitous, it seems, and has a lot to recommend it, such as the convenience of learning when and where you want, and the fact that there are so many free courses out there. However, many online schools seem like they suddenly came out of nowhere, as if created yesterday by a committee of MBA types. The good news is that most brick and mortar schools now have online programs, including most of the best universities in America, and many offer online courses that are 100% free to take.

This post will list the top 40 US universities and present you with the free-for-all online education resources that each college (and/or members of it’s faculty) has on offer. This article aims to be the most comprehensive list of online education resources for the top colleges in America.

Source: http://www.freewaregenius...op-40-colleges-in-the-us/
1369  Other Software / Developer's Corner / Re: Tutorial: Visual C# For Beginners - Part 3 (With Pretty Pictures!!!) on: June 05, 2012, 01:53:55 PM

i was looking around to find some tutorials about c# and i saw your post. i read some of your tutorials. i understood mainly what what some stuff but i think you sould make  explication. like what eatch part of the code mean and what is mainly hapening in the program. well its a good job you are doing here you gave me some ideas so tnx smiley

If you need any specific peices of code explaining, feel free to ask...

To be perfectly honest...I completely forgot about these lol, I have moved on to Delphi programming lately but am more than willing to continue helping people with this smiley

Thanks for the good feedback smiley

1370  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Just Had a Baby Girl~! on: June 03, 2012, 10:03:16 AM
Gorgeous! She's a keeper. Thank you for the pictures - I understand about the reluctance to post them; my wife and I both had a similar reaction after having our kids.

Crying sounds familiar- don't worry, though, the sleepless nights only SEEM to go on forever.

Yeah, it's bizarre. I've sent a lot of photos to family, but, just can't post them publicly.

A friend told me that my perspective on a lot of things would change once she was born. He's right. Some perspectives are changing.

As for the crying, it only lasts a short time. I can get her to stop pretty easily. So far... Haven't done this before, so we'll see! smiley

AWW She is stunning! - Its a good idea not to post publicly online, retaining full control of your children's photo's seems perfectly natural cheesy
1371  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Just Had a Baby Girl~! on: June 02, 2012, 01:56:30 PM
Today's baby are more smarter than we were.
Maybe they even know English better.

Hes from India (Border of Bangladesh) - Gonna go ahead and assume English is not his first language smiley
1372  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Just Had a Baby Girl~! on: June 01, 2012, 01:51:05 PM
1373  Other Software / DC Gamer Club / Re: MMOGiveBack Sweepstakes on: May 31, 2012, 06:17:58 PM

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1374  Other Software / DC Gamer Club / MMOGiveBack Sweepstakes on: May 31, 2012, 06:09:10 PM are currently running sweepstakes for the following games:

Dungeon Defenders (1 copy) - Live Now
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1375  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: telephone by pc on: May 31, 2012, 04:35:03 AM
You could also use a Telesales Autodialer solution such as 'Touchstar' (Don't particularly recommend that one, just the only one I can remember the name of right now)
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