I got bitten once by a trojan called "Privacy Danger". Took me a couple of days on another computer to get what I needed to get rid of it. Could I really feel safe with a free program like MSE after that?
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But today I click on my newsfeed and see tumbleweed blowing through the barren, blank page. It’s a vast and empty wasteland, full of people who signed up but never actually stuck around to figure out how things worked in this new part of town. One simple click takes me back to Facebook, and my wall is flooded with updates and pictures from 400+ friends. This just isn’t a contest, and it never will be.
Ughhh, my mom works out in Lichfield Park (about 15 miles west of here, not far at all!) and both Qwest and Cox refuse to run lines from the north side of the road (newly populated over the last couple of years with housing) to the south side (ranch she works at) so she went from AOL (ughhhh ) to HughesNet, against my IMMENSE amount of criticism of them, their crappy service, and insane pricing scheme (instead of my recommendation of a 3G dongle with a cell service provider). She complains all the time.
</topic de-railing>-wreckedcarzz (June 14, 2011, 01:07 PM)
I'm on the Members map. I think that would tell you more than anything I could say.-Arizona Hot (June 14, 2011, 12:47 PM)
Jeez, you're way out there O_O
I'm glad that there is a internet provider which enables me to have a broadband connection here. Otherwise, I would have to use HughesNet like my brother Steven.-wreckedcarzz (June 14, 2011, 12:48 PM)
I don't think you want to see my view. This IS Arizona!
If you think this panorama is BIG, you should see the picture from which it was reduced to fit in the size limit here. That picture is 17 megabytes in size(17068 x 3883).
(see attachment in previous post)-Arizona Hot (May 23, 2011, 06:17 PM)
Is there any way you can get rid of that huge black border around it? That makes it take up a lot more space than is necessary.-Deozaan (May 23, 2011, 07:28 PM)
Hm, it looks like semacode is not very popular. There are many applications (online / desktop / mobile) which can read QR but I can't find anything valuable for semacode*. Two or three midlets but nothing for desktop. The only online reader is "facebook app". I don't have F. account so I don't even know what such term means
*) This might not be completely true. You can find generators at least.-fenixproductions (January 08, 2009, 08:01 PM)