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Optimize your computer for Windows 7 #1

Posted 06-29-2011 at 07:42 AM by DJ Shaji

Make your PC move at speeds equal to g (acceleration due to gravity) in 4 easy steps!

1. Unplug your PC from the wall outlet.

2. Open a window.

3. Throw the PC out of the said window.

4. Put your hands up and dance!
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Optimize your computer for Windows 7 #1

Posted 06-29-2011 at 07:42 AM by DJ Shaji

Make your PC move at speeds equal to g (acceleration due to gravity) in 4 easy steps!

1. Unplug your PC from the wall outlet.

2. Open a window.

3. Throw the PC out of the said window.

4. Put your hands up and dance!
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Getting closer

Posted 06-28-2011 at 02:18 AM by peonuser
Updated 07-01-2011 at 09:42 PM by peonuser

Found a case to use for my in progress pc robot. May have it done in time to enter a contest. Since the router I planned to use with it is down, I will have to use another one. Aha which one?

Found an issue with OpenOffice I do not like. Hope Excel has the same issue. In any case I found a workaround. The issue has to do with using static cell references when I add a row at the top of a list. I will insert the row one row down and move the upper row contents to it.

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The balloon man

Posted 06-26-2011 at 10:48 AM by TheIndependentAquarius
Updated 09-06-2012 at 12:22 AM by TheIndependentAquarius

Went for dinner at a local market today. It is a very busy market
especially on a Sunday night. While having dinner I watched 5 men
lettings off bunches of balloons in the air.
At first I thought they were some fun loving people who were making
pure merry. Went closer, only to find out that those muscular men
had taken over the balloon man's cycle and were letting off all
the balloons tied to it! I watched the balloon man's plight, he was
a thin man...
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OTRS: importing an Outlook contacts format CSV to the Address Book

Posted 06-26-2011 at 10:24 AM by catkin

Hello

Here's a script and associated SQL to import data from an Outlook contacts format CSV file into OTRS' Address Book.

They were developed and tested using:
  • An Outlook contacts format CSV file generated by export from Google Mail.
  • gnu awk 3.1.8 on Slackware64 13.1.
  • OTRS 3.0.8 running on Debian Squeeze 64 bit using mysqld and mysql 5.1.49.
The awk script prints usage if run with the -h option.

A sample usage:
Code:
bin/Outlook_CSV_to_OTRS_CSV.awk
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File Type: txt Outlook_CSV_to_OTRS_CSV.awk.txt (30.8 KB, 15 views)
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