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    http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/w...19821-2002De...

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/w...19821-2002Dec20 :
    [snip] Kazaa has become so popular so fast that a coalition of entertainment companies has filed suit in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles,...
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    possible solution

    Overheating, imporoper component communication, these are all good thoughts bout what might be going on. A bit more background: Th internal PC speaker on pretty much every PC manufactured before...
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    DigitalReligion: Here are a few sites...

    DigitalReligion:

    Here are a few sites disputing the RIAA's claims of lost money over all this terrible piracy.

    http://www.wired.com/news/business/0,1367,35848,00.html
    (this is from right...
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    My point, and the final point that I wish to amke...

    My point, and the final point that I wish to amke in this somewhat disheartening discussion, is that the RIAA has absolutely no business whatsoever trying to control what i do online. My file...
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    Condoning Piracy?

    Just so we're clear here, I don't condone piracy. The same way I don't condone illegal drug use.

    I dont think there's any such thing as piracy.

    Explain to me the difference between hearing a...
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    RIAA and MPAA Litigation

    Allright, ladle and jelly-spoons, it seems like it's time to revert.

    Peer-to-pper file trading is LAZY. Yeah, that's right, LAZY. If you really want files online, you should have to at leasy TRY...
  7. vengeance - I've overclocked pc's before to...

    vengeance - I've overclocked pc's before to places i never thought possible.. frying it doens't seem too likely. Especially at that speed. What kind of proc is it? Depending on the model, it's...
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    Irony? Klez definately does go across IPC$. ...

    Irony?

    Klez definately does go across IPC$. Either that or it just materialized onto my computer from the firey depths of virus hell.
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    Poll: seems that the money we give them should be...

    seems that the money we give them should be closely monitored. a local representative in my state is under fire for putting out ad campaigns about how she wants people to call her and tell her...
  10. It kindof bugs me that there arent more hacks for...

    It kindof bugs me that there arent more hacks for Windows 98 built by the "in-crowd" in the computer world that will make the beast calm down and work. It'd be nice if somebody could decompile all...
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    IF you got a new switch when the problems...

    IF you got a new switch when the problems started, then you probably have to configure this new switch with software (or switch switches, MY FAVORITE!) .. other than that i think you should ignore...
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    Go ask an underground security firm. Hell, even...

    Go ask an underground security firm. Hell, even people on this site might do it. but send an email to people at the cult of the dead cow ( http://www.cultdeadcow.com ) or attrition (...
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    I keep asking if anybody wants to hitch to...

    I keep asking if anybody wants to hitch to canada... I never seem to get any takers. We can start a kenuck IT company! It'll rule!

    Best of luck to you, Joey. Hopefully things will turn around...
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    One thing that I've seen happen on networked...

    One thing that I've seen happen on networked computers in my highschool was firewalls interfering with secure connections. You should try first off disabling your firewall (only long enough to see...
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    What's a REAL joke is that they're taking shorter...

    What's a REAL joke is that they're taking shorter and shorter spans of time to make OS's... windows 2000 to ME to XP was what, like less than a year almost?

    Youd' think they'd stop trying to get...
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    Oh, i've gotten that email many, many times, too....

    Oh, i've gotten that email many, many times, too. It's good to see that the two fore-runners in the discussion are both getting positive APs, so to say that everyone allows for respect of each...
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    Well, Red Hat is sortof Microsoft-ish, except for...

    Well, Red Hat is sortof Microsoft-ish, except for a few minor points:

    Microsoft started by stealing from Apple, IBM and Xerox
    Red Hat started out by stealing Linus Torvald's OS, but Linus was...
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    If they'd stop locking the clock speed on the...

    If they'd stop locking the clock speed on the damned things, we'd have overclocked to that MONTHS ago! But Intel has business interests in mind, so we can't fault them.

    (As I hack away at my PC,...
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    Cyberterrorism.. scary stuff, assuming that the...

    Cyberterrorism.. scary stuff, assuming that the people doing the cyberterrorizing are doing so offensively.

    See, it seems that now our country has a new outlook on "defense," (ie: a good...
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    It figures: A good article form a somewhat...

    It figures: A good article form a somewhat credible source will come out just as the DOJ seems to have said "Hey Microsoft, we trust you, so why not go to town on our computers."

    ****ers.
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    I thought Trillian (popular windows All-In-One...

    I thought Trillian (popular windows All-In-One messenger, uses AOL, MSN, Yahoo and ICQ) had a Linux version, or was working on one? That would make my life online a hell of a lot easier.
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    Wow, I'm the first person to jump all over this...

    Wow, I'm the first person to jump all over this question.

    A Kernal is the core of your operating system. When you're using linux, you can recompile the OS at pretty much any time you want to, and...
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    First, to my friend the Marine: I salute you,...

    First, to my friend the Marine: I salute you, and am glad to know that there are people in our armed forces who are not simply in it for killing. I don't agree with most military action (I am a...
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    If anybody wants to carpool with me to washinton...

    If anybody wants to carpool with me to washinton so we can piss on Congressmen (no, that is not a threat MR. FBI, I am simply stating an unpleasant taste left tim my mouth from my new found lack of...
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    I most definately understand that there is a lot...

    I most definately understand that there is a lot of emotion involved in this.
    I myself lost nearly 3000 members of my humble species on 9/11, something I do not take lightly.

    Please let me go on....
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