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    Employment in the USA requires 1) identity and 2)...

    Employment in the USA requires 1) identity and 2) eligibility for an employer to fill out Form I-9, which is required from the passing of The Immigration Reform and Control Act [1]. This form needs...
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    I remember that night fairly well. It was a...

    I remember that night fairly well. It was a stormy one as Typhoon Nari was beating down on Okinawa, again. We couldn't do a whole lot since everything was locked down for the typhoon. So like...
  3. Thread: DRM on DVD's

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    As far as I can remember, CSS isn't something...

    As far as I can remember, CSS isn't something avaliable to the common man. Only big media companies are actually able to make use of it, as it is not an area that is writeable with standard DVD-R...
  4. Thread: mouse problem

    by Tim_axe
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    Does your USB Mouse work? If it isn't working at...

    Does your USB Mouse work? If it isn't working at all...

    Try booting up your computer enter the BIOS Configuration screen and try to find any options for "USB Mouse Support." I think some USB...
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    There are several forms of noise that can affect...

    There are several forms of noise that can affect a digital camera. Some noise is very consitant through images, some noise becomes more visible depending on the conditions, some noise is entirely...
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    Quite a few eclectic sports photographers profile...

    Quite a few eclectic sports photographers profile the noise profiles of their cameras all of the time with several applications such as NoiseNinja, Noiseware, or pre-programmed profiles built into...
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    Have you tried different CDs? If you're only...

    Have you tried different CDs? If you're only testing CD-R's, it is possible you have some really cheap brands like Ridata? I've never run into so many coasters before my Ridata dics, so I'm...
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    I looked at my sweatshirt for a color, and it was...

    I looked at my sweatshirt for a color, and it was red, and for some reason as a tool the hammer seemed soo perfect (and there is one right above my computer)... 98% here.
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    If you're operating a website, the last thing you...

    If you're operating a website, the last thing you want to have happen is for a hacker to somehow manage stealing your database of passwords, etc. As long as a would-be-cracker doesn't have a *local*...
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    I just did an analysis of the costs, and water...

    I just did an analysis of the costs, and water would be some $180 or so. And I just found the Thermalright SI-97A for $35 ( http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/thsiforamdat.html ). It turns out the...
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    I can't believe how much the ThermalRight XP90...

    I can't believe how much the ThermalRight XP90 HSF went up in price. I was just at a computer store and saw it for 57,000 Yen, and looked it up on NewEgg for ~$50. I thought it was a good deal...
  12. Thread: Am I crazy?

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    DFI is actually based out of Boise (or Twin...

    DFI is actually based out of Boise (or Twin Falls), Idaho. I've had a brief conversation with a person who works for them, and have seen some of the machines they power. DFI provided me with...
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    Hrm...I didn't catch that the output on the wrong...

    Hrm...I didn't catch that the output on the wrong powerbrick was AC. Are you sure you didn't get that mixed up with the input of 120VAC? I was assuming a DC output on that thing...

    Either way...
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    Just some talk about our Copyright system... ...

    Just some talk about our Copyright system...


    Registering your copyright with the US Copyright Office allows you to college statutory damages up to $30,000 for each work of yours that is...
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    The AC Adapter, aka Power Brick. Those things...

    The AC Adapter, aka Power Brick. Those things take a lot of abuse since their construction is so simple - basically an iron bar with wire wrapped around it.


    That said they can die if they are...
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    This sounds like it could be a fun project. It...

    This sounds like it could be a fun project. It would take time to implement and would have some implementation details to work out (store data in the Least-Significant Digit or some advanced...
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    A few powersupplies have a "safety feature" where...

    A few powersupplies have a "safety feature" where if they're unplugged you need to toggle the switch on the back and/or pull the cord out. None of my power supplies needed that, but I knew someone...
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    You might need to import the disk...are you...

    You might need to import the disk...are you logged in as an super-user / administrator?


    In XP bring up Administrative Tools (in Start Menu/Control Panel IIRC) and open the Computer Management...
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    No cool environmental shots of the photographer. ...

    No cool environmental shots of the photographer. Just a quick self portrait. I'm usually shooting sports, other journalism, and theatre performances. Getting 3-6GB of pictures per day is not a big...
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    Hrm...64KB almost sounds like the 64KB+64KB...

    Hrm...64KB almost sounds like the 64KB+64KB (Instruction + Data) L1 cache size...but I kind of doubt this would develop a problem...it is perhaps the most precise and expensive part of the chip...
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  21. Thread: Digital Camera

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    Just remember that you only get one chance to...

    Just remember that you only get one chance to capture your wedding. If you mess up with the random cameras, it doesn't matter how much money you saved on pictures. You don't get a second chance, so...
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    Mmm...stunt riders doing endos. I used to have a...

    Mmm...stunt riders doing endos. I used to have a dirtbike...Suzuki RM250. I endurance raced the thing. There's something fun about ripping through a loose sandy beach at the top of the powerband...
  23. Thread: Digital Camera

    by Tim_axe
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    Something from the Canon A-series line is a good...

    Something from the Canon A-series line is a good place to start. Or you could go with a Nikon. Or Konica-Minolta as their image-stabalization is a nice feature to have that I don't see in any other...
  24. Thread: Banning Codes

    by Tim_axe
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    The code @ ProBoards just makes that paticular...

    The code @ ProBoards just makes that paticular forum not display for the "banned" member. The workhorse of the whole thing is:


    javascript:document.getElementById('forum').style.display =...
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    I remember reading something from Cathar...either...

    I remember reading something from Cathar...either he tried a few of his designs in silver, or was starting to mass-produce these things or something of that nature. I'll have to browse through...
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