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Dear Jerry,
sometimes my students do really, really dumb things and I find it hard to maintain  my composure. I'd like to thank you for giving me a perspective on their occasional idiocy and for helping me realize that even if they show NO improvement whilst in my care, at least they'd find a place in Tuttle, OK where they'd be inconspicuous.

General Software Discussion / Re: Gabbly!
« on: March 24, 2006, 10:43 PM »
thats pretty nifty!! :Thmbsup:

Super, see if you like this player ...
It only plays 1 mp3, which you said prob suited you, but if you duplicate the swf, you can set it up to play many.
I found it at
Re displaying comments, does this sound similar to your need (replace photos with rtf docs)?
I take photos of the whiteboard at school after each lesson (about 5) and want to post them online.
So I needed a program to look in my folder of photos and create a webpage (of links) to those photos.
Thus I come out with a folder of photos plus an index.html file for those photos. It has to be done automatically, else its too tedious.
I used dirhtml from - a freeware program which allows for templates for the resulting index webpage.

:) Having said all that, I then wrote an autokey script to do basically the same thing for me (Im not crazy, there was a reason, namely I wanted more control over the template). If you go to my website ( -> school in the menu, you'll see a very unpretty but it works set of examples
If you want any more info, pm or email me

Living Room / Re: Free landline calls?
« on: March 22, 2006, 09:38 PM »
I noted that:
a. Free calls to landlines last max 1 minute unless you've paid a balance to them (couldn't see what the minimum balance was)
b. In the EULA, you agree to let them use your computer and bandwidth for their purposes (ie I guess you are signing up to be a relay for them)
Skype does this too I believe, but there's other companies out there who don't. Don't ask me which, Ive forgotten, sorry

Living Room / Re: Keeping track of software license/serial keys
« on: March 19, 2006, 06:19 AM »
Actually AnyPassword does a fair job for what I need.
-Carol Haynes (March 19, 2006, 05:33 AM)
One aspect of anypasswords that appealed to me was the ease of saving/moving the actual password file. Ive had a couple of calamitous h/d events at least one thing I could count on was quickly and easily  getting access to my passwords again

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