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    Well, I myself happen to own a Dell and I vaguely...

    Well, I myself happen to own a Dell and I vaguely remember providing registration information when I started my computer the first time. :) Later on, I installed XP over the old W2000 that was on it...
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    I wonder about that too. But if you installed...

    I wonder about that too. But if you installed Windows then you've probably registered your version too with Microsoft, providing name, address and email address to them. This information is related...
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    Windows XP SP3 preview a fake

    Windows XP SP3 preview a fake Quote:

    But also:
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    Windows Update sending private data to MS

    "Windows Update sending private data to MS" quote:
    Microsoft hasn't responded to this article yet.

    Apparantly, your privacy is in danger here...
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    Anti-theft protection

    From the Computer Stupidities website:
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    Since C is just a subset of the C++ language,...

    Since C is just a subset of the C++ language, it's correct to call it C++. Even though C is an older language than C++, it doesn't mean it won't compile in a C++ compiler.
    That's actually what C++...
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    It's C++ of course. Java has taken a lot of it's...

    It's C++ of course. Java has taken a lot of it's syntax from C++ which makes both languages very similar.
  8. Thread: Stupid Laws

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    LOL! Am glad I shave... Didn't realise they...

    LOL! Am glad I shave... Didn't realise they disliked beavers that much there... :p
    Or wait... Am I thinking about shaving something completely different here???
    Oh, well... A couple of very heavy...
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    Check out SourceForge...

    Check out SourceForge for some existing sources for Firewalls. And be prepared to learn a lot about sockets and networking.
  10. Thread: Digital Camera

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    You're going to have to photograph your own...

    You're going to have to photograph your own wedding? :(
    You know a good idea? Buy a bunch of disposable camera's and divide them amongst the guests to let them take pictures. Tell them they have to...
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    You could choose FileZilla...

    You could choose FileZilla, of course. Free, opensource and thus you get the sourcecode too in case you're interested in that.
    Of course, if you know the FTP protocol you could just write simple...
  12. Thread: New Mod

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    Nihil for moderator? Yes, please... Me for...

    Nihil for moderator? Yes, please...

    Me for moderator? Oh, no... I haven't even had time to keep my own website uptodate. Making me a mod here would just be a call for (more) disasters. :D
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    Well, football or soccer... Since there are many...

    Well, football or soccer... Since there are many Americans here, I thought I'd better call it as it's known there. :) If I say football, they all start to think about that sissy sport where guys in...
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    And then people are wondering why Europeans don't...

    And then people are wondering why Europeans don't like the USA to have full control over the Internet... :D
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    Well, you can always hope you really win a...

    Well, you can always hope you really win a million Euro's anyway. No fun thinking it's all a scam. :)

    I believe that one or more of those 'Frans' streets are located within the center of...
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    I like the Google story better:So they got that...

    I like the Google story better:So they got that name because some other company couldn't spell Googol on a cheque. :D
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    Lol. Let's check... Amsterdam? My favorite city!...

    Lol. Let's check... Amsterdam? My favorite city! (Ajax rocks! and if you don't know what I'm talking about, you're not a soccer-fan. :p)

    Two addresses in this one, though:
    DE LOTTO NL...
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    Well, with the McDonalds hamburgers you'll never...

    Well, with the McDonalds hamburgers you'll never know what part of the cow you're eating anyways. :) There are many parts that people won't buy in the shop but by grinding it to small pieces and then...
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    The problem with that, dmorgan, is that the FBI...

    The problem with that, dmorgan, is that the FBI has no authority outside the USA and many countries do frown upon this. In the Netherlands this would even be illegal and whatever evidence the FBI...
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    This sounds as if he's using webmail, not Outlook...

    This sounds as if he's using webmail, not Outlook (Express). With webmail you would not need access to a computer just to send emails... And of course with webmail you can protect your own computer...
  21. Interesting concept. Still, there is a bit of...

    Interesting concept. Still, there is a bit of truth in this. Poor people will always have problems buying anticonception so they choose the cheapest alternatives possible. Yet they don't want to...
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    Hmmm. That's new. They already closed any...

    Hmmm. That's new. They already closed any user-defined rooms in the past simply because some users were creating rooms like "preteens sucking D*cks" and other nasty titles. And there were some...
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    Guys... Where are the Girls toys?

    Guys... Where are the Girls toys?
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    Text files are often limited to a small amount of...

    Text files are often limited to a small amount of characters. Often just linebreaks, spaces, the alphabet in upper and lower case, numbers and some other special characters. In general, a textfile...
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    [Delphi] Profiler?

    Okay. Something new that I am looking for. An easy-to-use Profiler tool that is (preferably) free and which can be used with Delphi 7 (WIN32) and Delphi 2005 (.NET) and other compilers for Windows....
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