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Developer's Corner / Re: List of sites (and books) for programmers
« on: January 25, 2010, 06:50 PM »
I wish I had a Thank You button for this post. But you can have this instead  :up:

very interesting you'd be going down that route - most forums are worried about bringing old threads from the grave. I for one would like to see it - really old threads should be closed, anyway.

I assume letting your kids make "friends" on Facebook is out of the question.

did a lot of this with prison interviews and police recordings (don't even ask).
f0dder is right. I would recommend *not* capturing straight to MP3, but first capture in raw format and run through filters - technology today can do miracles with restoring magnetic soundtracks (they got better at understanding WHAT gets lost once the tape gets old, and consequently how to put it back).
if your time is precious and the material is not very sensitive (like mine was), you might want to outsource to India - there are lots of companies that can do the transcripts for you.

that did not work exactly as suggested for me... used this NitroPDF coupon code instead; there was one for Nitro PDF Professional listed as well...

is there a fresh code for Nitro PDF Express? I don't need all the bells and whistles....

that looks nice, would be great to hold it and test it before getting too excited though.
I agree, it's worth paying for certain newspapers and magazines, at least until their authors go freelance and you can aggregate their blogs in your news feed :-)

General Software Discussion / Re: Help with AccessDB software
« on: January 08, 2010, 02:14 PM »
I could refer you to the right url on vmware's website, but you'd get the wrong idea :-) (no flame, but you misunderstood my post - must be my crappy English)

Finished Programs / Re: ZIP to PHP converter
« on: January 07, 2010, 05:22 AM »
afraid I can see how this can be used together with a successful injection attack to deploy on a single session. yet, very interesting.

General Software Discussion / Re: Help with AccessDB software
« on: January 07, 2010, 05:20 AM »
you could try to create a Vmware Player virtual appliance around XP and your DB application. port that to any future OS without minding the compatibility. printing can be tricky if using a "soft printer" (pcl in the driver), but there are workarounds or you can simply map a LPT port (old school). Good luck!

easy to script in bash on Linux, too.

It's a neat idea, although not applicable imho. What you could do is a twist on comment ranking/voting - instead of giving stars or OKs/KOs, you can let the participants mark their comment as per the categories above. It might be something that will please the socialites' mind. (As you probably figured out already, I HAD to use the word socialite, just the way anchor heads were forced to use metrosexual back in the '90s and then blush uncontrollably).

Living Room / Re: The Diagram of Geek Culture
« on: January 07, 2010, 05:06 AM »
I would argue with Helvetica being a G(r)eek hero, otherwise widely applicable. Thank you for sharing.

General Software Discussion / Re: Firefox 3.6 RC1 is out
« on: January 07, 2010, 05:03 AM »
just my 2c - noticed an improvement in resource usage when using Fire Vox (text reader plugin). now the Flash plugin on the other hand...  :'(

N.A.N.Y. 2010 / Re: NANY 2010 Release: Piggy Banks
« on: January 07, 2010, 05:01 AM »
I'd like to see this ported as a mobile phone application to track things on the move.

did you recover them? it might be useful to flag the incident to Opus as well...

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