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    Poll: Re: Legacy formats

    Upgrading is one thing, but if your settings change with updating, that is where the real problem is, have you submitted bug reports about this?

    Also, if this makes your printing costs double, and...
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    Re: Anyone know how to use Inkscape?

    I use it, there is a learning curve, sure,
    but that is true for any complex enough
    program. What do you think is hard about it?

    I would guess that some difficulty could
    come from if the user...
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    Re: Intel Identity Protection Technology

    Why would you draw the line at the arduino? That they are not really comparable to computers when it comes to use cases, you still don't have control over what goes on in the silicon...
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    Re: Could you work for James Bond?

    Why, why do they present the 320 hex digits as a bloody image requiring me to retype the whole thing.
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    Re: Beginners programming challenge #23

    Here is a bash variant, which may fail to fulfil the qualifications
    for various reasons, It may be considered obfuscated and I'm probably
    not really a beginner anymore, which is not a problem for...
  6. Re: "Adobe Flash is spyware; HTML5 a threat to privacy"

    Good, make sure that you pull the wired network too and switch to wireless for even more security.
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    Poll: Re: Is open source working?

    Quoting the mission statement of a commercial company as a description of their goals, is akin to watching commercials to get a balanced review of a product.
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    Poll: Re: Is open source working?

    Koenn has provided examples to counter your first paragraph, as for the
    second one, who are they? Facebook? Google? They make money from
    ads, data mining—finding trends and whatnot—server space of...
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    Poll: Re: Is open source working?

    You seem to ask a question about social media under an open source header.
    Even so, your questions are kind of vague;
    to be working or not working you have to state goals,
    to do or not do as...
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    Re: Beginners Programming Challenge 22

    I was approached two weeks ago by Bodsda who offered that the beginners
    team could take care of the next challenge and I gave the go ahead.
    There were some ideas for topics for the challenge, but...
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    Re: Two really useful commandline tricks...

    if you need to run a program with a lot of files as paremeters, like
    gvim -p file_name_1 file_name_2 file_name_3 file_name_4 file_name_5
    and so on, where the files have some part in common, you can...
  12. Re: Ubuntu sort arrows - when will they fix this??

    I've always thought the arrows were stupid, no matter os, because
    in the v arrow would signify a normal top to bottom sorting of
    the list, which would mean different things for what could be
    seen...
  13. Re: Anyone else feel Ubuntu has jumped the shark?

    So, why aren't you running a debian install then?

    Or, on the other hand, is having to change the default
    desktop environment that big a hurdle that you actually
    consider changing?

    Use what...
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    Re: Did anyone else see this?

    Nice one, at first, I thought "oh, the operating systems as airway companies/car manufacturers text has resurfaced again..." but it was not.
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    Re: Looking for a computer heater

    Warm air can contain more water than cold air, so when the air is chilled
    condensation ensues. Wether or not this would be a problem in this case
    would depend on if at first when bringing the...
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    Re: Looking for a computer heater

    Moving the computer from a hot to a cold room while running may not be the best of ideas because of condensation.
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    Re: Reading the Documentation

    High-end? How is it a bad thing to require people to know what they are
    going to do before they start?
    You may be right when seeing it as an observation of the current state of
    affairs, but I...
  18. Re: How to go about interfacing a sensor to USB?

    It seems that the labjack has too low sample rate unless 1) I have missed something or 2) one goes the aliasing route.
  19. Re: How to go about interfacing a sensor to USB?

    If the highest frequency signal you want to measure is 2MHz you need to sample at 4MHz, as per the Nyquist theorem.
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    Re: Planning for new Intranet after Apocolypse

    The difference as I see it would still be mostly server management,
    a postapocalyptic internet would start as an intranet anyway.

    The question of the ulterior purpose is still more important,...
  21. Re: How to go about interfacing a sensor to USB?

    Well, if you can find a sensor that is digital (e.g. communicates with SPI)
    and has high enough sampling rate, there should be no problem, in that respect.

    However, how many points per...
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    Re: Planning for new Intranet after Apocolypse

    What should be needed, both in terms of hardware and software as well as
    the actual data very much depends on what the goal of getting this network
    up after the apocalypse would be.

    +...
  23. Re: How to go about interfacing a sensor to USB?

    I'm usually not nitpicky when it comes to capitalization of m/M prefixes,
    since it is usually obvious from context what wether milli or Mega is
    meant. But since it would here mean two very...
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    Re: Beginners Programming Challenge 22

    I am both flattered and a little worried that my forth code of all things of all could be considered readable (:
    I have some labs and exams coming up the next weeks and will not have time to...
  25. Re: How to go about interfacing a sensor to USB?

    Be aware that moust if not all accelerometers available are surface mount,
    and on the trickier side of the surface mount scale too, are you proficient
    with a soldering iron?

    I think sparkfun has...
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