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Are you starting school yet?

nah, school starts september for us

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just watched motto marutto railgun III, t'was hilarious biggrin.gif

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DAC work in progress.... flux is indeed the key to SMD soldering biggrin.gif




Completed PSU:


Wow, Nice!
Yup, flux is glorious for SMD soldering!
Btw, what's with the din dindong Facebook thingy?
And I had no idea they had century 21 real estate agents outside of the states! eek.gif
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Wow, Nice!
Yup, flux is glorious for SMD soldering!
Btw, what's with the din dindong Facebook thingy?
And I had no idea they had century 21 real estate agents outside of the states! eek.gif

If I remember correctly, din.dindong was the mascot for one of the TV channels' news programme, I vaguely remember watching them pop up when there was a weather forecast when I was in HK.

Grisaia's little Daimakaroff story is why I think having a hobby is important. Even if it's ones like audiophile stuff.


Edited by Exesteils - 8/26/13 at 11:39am
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Why is Google Chrome more retarded by adding the useless white space before and after the "Unibar's" URL?

 

What ever other normal browser looks like:


Edited by miceblue - 8/26/13 at 11:36am
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

Wow, Nice!

Yup, flux is glorious for SMD soldering!

Btw, what's with the din dindong Facebook thingy?

And I had no idea they had century 21 real estate agents outside of the states! eek.gif
If I remember correctly, din.dindong was the mascot for one of the TV channels' news programme, I vaguely remember watching them pop up when there was a weather forecast when I was in HK.
LOL, okay.
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Why is Google Chrome more retarded by adding the useless white space before and after the "Unibar's" URL?



What ever other normal browser looks like:

Does it even matter?
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Yes because it annoys the heck out of me when more than the URL "drops down" on my browser and it looks stupid. -.-

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Music sounds significantly less good with a plugged ear. :S


My right ear has been plugged by ear wax since Friday. I tried removing the wax with ear drops, but it didn't work. Now I've got an appointment with a doctor Wednesday in the hope he can unclog it. This is damned annoying.

The only way in which I'd be able to use headphones now is by downmixing to mono first, otherwise I'm missing the entire right channel.
Edited by Tilpo - 8/26/13 at 12:30pm
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Music sounds significantly less good with a plugged ear. :S


My right ear has been plugged by ear wax since Friday. I tried removing the wax with ear drops, but it didn't work. Now I've got an appointment with a doctor Wednesday in the hope he can unclog it. This is damned annoying.

The only way in which I'd be able to use headphones now is by downmixing to mono first, otherwise I'm missing the entire right channel.

I guess you've tried pressing on your ears with your hands, making kind of like a plunger effect? I used to have those a lot when I was in high school, it wasn't ear wax in fact but just some weird air pressure bubble in the ear...

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meanwhile I am going to try and install Win8 probably on this old tablet PC I got... that runs on a Intel A110! Yeah! Totally doesn't meet minimum specs but I can't be arsed. Vista sux.

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nah, school starts september for us
Dayum,
Lucky!!
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just watched motto marutto railgun III, t'was hilarious biggrin.gif
Are you just starting the series ?
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Hm...I'm reading through some safety manuals for my lab. Let's be honest, no one actually reads these things just like the Terms of Agreement crap when installing software. For all you know, the Terms of Agreement could say somewhere: "by installing this software, we have the right to track you with geographical locating devices and have access to all of your computer's files." Of course I agree! :)

 

I found some things that our lab doesn't follow. >_<


Edited by miceblue - 8/26/13 at 1:09pm
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Hm...I'm reading through some safety manuals for my lab. Let's be honest, no one actually reads these things just like the Terms of Agreement crap when installing software. For all you know, the Terms of Agreement could say somewhere: "by installing this software, we have the right to track you with geographical locating devices and have access to all of your computer's files." Of course I agree! smily_headphones1.gif

I found some things that our lab doesn't follow. >_<</div>

"Eating and drinking is prohibited by law in any laboratory."

cool.gif
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

Hm...I'm reading through some safety manuals for my lab. Let's be honest, no one actually reads these things just like the Terms of Agreement crap when installing software. For all you know, the Terms of Agreement could say somewhere: "by installing this software, we have the right to track you with geographical locating devices and have access to all of your computer's files." Of course I agree! smily_headphones1.gif

Well, processes scanning is a common thing with Origin, Steam (if you allow data gathering in options), Battle.net or Punkbuster for example (it's one way to detect cheating, by looking for common cheating programs in running processes). Probably many more, not gaming related. Disc scanning probably isn't that far off, if not already. Not to mention geolocalisation.

By the way: if I ever make something, I totally should add something like "By installing this software, you agree to give us the rights to your firstborn child" in the TOS. :-P
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Some company already did that once. Although I can't remember which company is that to save my life.
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Well, processes scanning is a common thing with Origin, Steam (if you allow data gathering in options), Battle.net or Punkbuster for example (it's one way to detect cheating, by looking for common cheating programs in running processes). Probably many more, not gaming related. Disc scanning probably isn't that far off, if not already. Not to mention geolocalisation.

By the way: if I ever make something, I totally should add something like "By installing this software, you agree to give us the rights to your firstborn child" in the TOS. :-P

Gamestation's ToS used to include the fact that they owned your soul.

http://www.bit-tech.net/news/gaming/2010/04/15/gamestation-we-own-your-soul/

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