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I'm all for #2.


I would say #2 is the easiest / quickest to both use and glance at  :Thmbsup:

Screenshot Captor / Re: Commentary on ScreenshotCaptor - 2.28.01
« on: December 18, 2006, 12:17 AM »
Thanks so much for the email function mouser.. I use it literally every single day for proposals and documents, some worth up to £100,000  :Thmbsup: Now if only I got any of that money  :D :D :tellme:

Developer's Corner / Re: Instant Domain Search as you Type
« on: December 18, 2006, 12:13 AM »
Thank you Ken, much appreciated  :Thmbsup: Always eager to get new domains  :-*

Living Room / Re: Top 10 Worst Portrayals of Technology in Film
« on: December 18, 2006, 12:12 AM »
What we need is a top 10 most accurate portayal of technology list.

Also, why did the matrix not make the list? The idea that they shove a metal rod which is about half a foot in length into the back of your skull is laughable. How in the hell would they have implanted that without damaging the brain or nervous system/cerebelum which is near that area?

I mean no offense, but it made me giggle that the part of The Matrix you felt is more 'unreal' wasn't the idea of the world being virtual and people reading the world on a computer screen  ;D :P

Josh, could I have a screencast of the world for Christmas please  ;D I feel short-changed in my abilities  :Thmbsup:

Official Announcements / Re: Amazing Conversation on your site
« on: December 17, 2006, 02:26 AM »
Try this google search:

Notice in the first 100 results that all of the forum signups were within the last 3 days. Also notice that there was only 1 post made, and it is almost identical to the one here.

I saw the same message from the same username on another forum yesterday and only thought it was odd when I saw it here today.

Maybe it's somehow something for a google-bomb?

Official Announcements / Re: Amazing Conversation on your site
« on: December 17, 2006, 01:41 AM »
Several people have emailed me warning me that PolZegerully has been registering and posting this same message at every forum on the web.  Guess it's just spam.. Regardless, perhaps others wanted to know how to send a personal message.

And now we wait for the mystery of PolZegerully to be revealed!! Please let us know when he hatches his plot to take over the internets!

I was suspicious but couldn't see the spam or scam  ;)

Living Room / Re: Banned from efnet?!
« on: December 16, 2006, 06:48 PM »
Locked and loaded  8) Thanks app  :-*

Living Room / Banned from efnet?!
« on: December 16, 2006, 06:34 PM »
I've just tried to get on the efnet IRC channel for dc.. and no efnet servers are letting me on, saying I'm banned for 10 days. EH????

IP is dynamic so maybe that is it but why would the 14400 minutes banned for notice be so precise?

I miss #donationcoder  :( :( >:(

Cool!  Not even a member for half a week and I win already to boot!  This is awesome.  Of course that is why I joined in the first place  :D  The awesomeness, not the win...

Many congratulations  :) Enjoy  :Thmbsup:

Hope everyone else enjoys too  :D

Living Room / Re: Good email adress for ShareIt!
« on: December 15, 2006, 07:54 AM »
I use this :) The owner is solid and a great guy, he knows what he's doing  :Thmbsup:

Looks great - will read soon  :D Thanks mouser  :Thmbsup:

I enjoy articles on 'theory' and 'analysis' of new technologies - even if some writers get a bit too philosophical  8)

Living Room / Re: Any members from Aussie here?
« on: December 15, 2006, 01:39 AM »
Hi Everyone Up There. I'm at the southern most tip before you dive into the ocean and start swimming for Tasmania (not).
DC is a great community to be part of - thanks to Mouser et al.


Very nice to have you here, Clive  :Thmbsup:

Well, after a few days, I am still avidly using Cooliris.  :Thmbsup:

I find it perfect for search results, forums, digg articles... anything which is a list of links. I'm just glad I can install it at work otherwise I would now feel strange using a browser without this kind of functionality  ;D

Is an armed personnel guarding the bike 24/7/365 a viable option for you?  :)

Jokes aside.. I am sorry to hear this.. some people don't realise the effect their actions have on others. I believe f0dder lost his bike too (am I right f0dder??  :-[ ). I don't cycle much so can't suggest a solution.. but I offer my sympathy  :Thmbsup:

Living Room / Re: Google Keyword Jealousy!
« on: December 14, 2006, 10:00 AM »
Some people must really fall for these kind of trickery. Especially when the word lawyer comes into play...

I'm not sure it's as much trickery, as pure stupidity!  :D

Thank you, doublebogey! I had completely forgotten about Audacity  :Thmbsup: Many thanks will try it out..

Living Room / Re: The Ultimate Legal Disclaimer
« on: December 14, 2006, 05:17 AM »
Also saw this in New Scientist!  :D Great laugh  8)  :Thmbsup:

I need a simple, no bells'n'whistles program that lets me record output from a soundcard, if anyone knows of one?  :Thmbsup: I will be using it to record output from the JAWS screen reader.

Does anyone have a favourite? A google search revealed many shareware applications, nothing free/donationware though...  :(

Thanks for any recommendations in advance  :D

Living Room / Google Keyword Jealousy!
« on: December 14, 2006, 04:17 AM »
It began here....  :P

Then it continued....  :P

Now the cliffhanger....  :o

Very interesting to me as this is my line of work, but's just damn hilarious  ;D ;D ;D

ProcessTamer / Re: On Digg's Front Page
« on: December 13, 2006, 01:59 PM »
Congratulations mouser! Dugg and commented accordingly.. :Thmbsup:

awesome, welcome to everyone and keep 'em coming  :up:
i think we may have passed the threshold to order the mugs  8)

How convenient, I just dropped my favourite mug I keep at work a moment ago  :o  :tellme:

I have come across ITSD Organiser, found via FileForum (complete with comments by our Great Software Guru zaine!)

I need a piece of software that allows the Project Management section of my job to run a bit smoother. Outlook does not cut it with me in this respect. It needs to allow me to manage people, communications, milestones and contact details.

I cannot at the moment try this out (I'm on a workstation that I'm wrestling to fix.. not a technician but hey can bill for it  :D) so I would appreciate anyone with experience of ITSD to possibly comment on it's suitability for this purpose.

Much abliged in advance  :Thmbsup:

I installed Cooliris in FF - it's pretty neat, no denying that.

After a few hours of use my system started to slow way down - I checked memory usage and saw 360 megs for Firefox!  A few open/close cycles showed that with Cooliris installed, Firefox was using about 200 megs more RAM at startup than without it.

Without Cooliris, it's very unusual for FF to go over 125 megs on my system, even after a full day of use.  I decided that, for me, it's almost as convenient to just open a new tab to take a quick look at a site, so I got rid of Cooliris.

I haven't noticed this in Firefox 2.0. Maybe this issue would be resolved by upgrading? Understandably, you may wish not to, though  :)


Craiglist rocks. I've used it many times.

I was just commenting on why most people don't understand givers. They only think in terms of monetary gains.

Ahh I see  :D Sorry for being confused  :Thmbsup:

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