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When I lived in the university dorms we used to have WASTE set up for sharing files on the network. I seem to remember it being pretty decent at giving decent connection speeds.
Principia Discussion / Re: Happy Valentines Magic?
February 15, 2012, 07:28:41 AM
Quote from: Oracle_De_Atlantis on February 15, 2012, 04:54:54 AM

That's totally shooped, I can tell by the fact that MAGIC DOESN'T EXIST
High Weirdness / Re: Ultimate Tazer Ball
February 15, 2012, 02:19:39 AM
And as an added bonus PETA would get pissed off about it.
This is pretty sick, a guy doing a speed run of Mega Man 2, while a rock band plays the accompanying music:
High Weirdness / Re: Ultimate Tazer Ball
February 14, 2012, 02:40:11 PM
Wow that looks awesome, shame there isn't a league here, but next time I'm in one of the cities that has a league I'm def going to check it out

(or I'll just force some friends to play)
Quote from: Cain on February 13, 2012, 01:46:20 PM
That assumes North Korean authorities are even aware of the rumour.

I very much doubt many North Koreans even know what a social network is, let alone how it is facilitating the spread of this rumour.  Official channels, namely the Chinese government, are also going to only bring it up very sensitively and reluctantly, because if it is not true, it could start a similar rumour within North Korean ranks, which would not be good.

Hmm, I thought that since news websites reported it they would have at least some idea. But you make a fair point that the entire idea of a rumour spreading via social networks would be alien to many North Koreans.

I think this is a good aim, especially considering that the amount of party politics talked about by the news (and other political boards) is likely to increase closer to the 2012 election. Easier to get our talks on more constructive tracks now.
If Kim Jong Un is alive, wouldn't it be best for him to announce this fact, to ensure that no parties start some kind of action in an attempt to compete for a bit of potential power?
Hmm, ok, that sounds interesting.

Is there the emotional older sister of Brad Pitt?
This is an interesting examination of the law of fives, is the law of fives in your box?
Are there Fat Monkeys?
Oh and is there a flying dictionary?
Quote from: The Freeky of SCIENCE! on February 13, 2012, 03:55:06 AM
Is "Fat monkeys" supposed to be capitalized like that?  Are you missing a capital in "flying dictionary?

I think that's what Beardman is trying to figure out.

Is there a frying dictionary?
Techmology and Scientism / Re: Python lessons
February 13, 2012, 01:14:41 AM
Awesome, thanks! I'll check it out this arvo
Techmology and Scientism / Re: Python lessons
February 12, 2012, 01:25:35 PM
Thanks for this Trip, I have to start using this image processing program that is Python based, so this is really useful.

Quote from: Triple Zero on January 27, 2012, 01:09:53 AM
If you're on Linux, I personally like to use gEdit, since it's really lightweight, but can be made to do all sorts of amazing things if you install the right plugins. Hard-core Linux coders seem to generally prefer Vim or Emacs, though. Vim's got a very steep learning curve because it operates rather differently than any text-editor you're probably used to, but there's a load of tutorials out there, especially since for some reason last year it got a surge in popularity. Emacs is easier to use right away, but it's huuuuuuuuge. Both Emacs and Vim can literally do anything.

Is there any plugins you'd suggest for gedit? I've been using it for a couple of months now, but I haven't looked at plugins.