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[#] Tue Mar 30 2010 15:15:07 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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Di Mär 30 2010 11:38:34 EDT von IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored
You know, like all of that HP-RISC assembler that you tend to find in stored procs. (?)

well, rather pl/sql not being as pl/sql if you're on oracle or sy aeh mssql or postgres and by no chance if you're on mysql



[#] Sat May 29 2010 10:37:09 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Oooh! I've got an even better idea, if all you really need is to receive calls.

Get the numberbank or whatever you use to park and forward your existing number. Sign up for a free DID using IPKall, and point it to a copy of Asterisk running on your server, which is of course keeping a dynamic DNS name updated somewhere. Once the calls arrive on Asterisk you can route them to an analog phone connected to an ATA.

[#] Thu Apr 21 2011 15:49:28 EDT from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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But you're not Elastic!

[#] Wed Mar 03 2010 08:57:47 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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So, Apple is suing HTC for 20 patent infringments, and is seeking an injuction against the sale of their phones.

Frankly, if you look at the patents, I think they're crap. For a good many of them, one might find prior art, or they're so ridiculously vague as to be indefensible.

[#] Thu Mar 25 2010 17:16:52 EDT from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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but since you mention it, certain problem domains in compuer science demand highly generalized solutions: which usually means a domain specific language. that's the way it's always been. one doesn't force technical end-users to write C code to perform a simple query.

[#] Thu Aug 12 2010 01:14:08 EDT from Animal @ Uncensored

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And I bet that within 5 mouse clicks you could get to Hitler's wiki
page from there. :)

[#] Mon Feb 01 2010 17:07:11 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Ok, how about http://tinyurl.com/chillycomputers instead?

[#] Fri Mar 26 2010 05:46:03 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Very true. I do like systems that offer the developer a choice of which layer they want to build at, though. It's nice to have both available. Right tool for the job and all that...

[#] Mon Mar 29 2010 19:06:09 EDT from Peter Pulse @ Uncensored

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Kobayashi Maru: Build your software on top of a database platform so complicated that it will take all your time to maintain it, leaving you no time to get any real work done. Or hire a DBA who's job performance is measured by the correctness of the database, not the progress of your application development nor its performance.

[#] Thu Apr 21 2011 14:28:54 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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THE CLOUD IS BROKEN !!

Heh. Amazon EC2 is having a major outage. It's been going on since around 2:00am. Super major brokenness all over.

We in the non-Amazon hosting business are watching in great amusement. :)

[#] Wed Mar 03 2010 14:02:57 EST from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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Yeah, as much as trivial patents suck - and we have companies filing patents for completely obvious things thats are really just combinations of multiple industry-standard techniques - patent applications look great on a resume, so go for it.

[#] Thu Jun 17 2010 05:36:52 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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That is some impressive hardware.  I might need to keep those guys in mind.



[#] Thu Mar 11 2010 01:35:45 EST from Animal @ Uncensored

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god... i hate that little dick-stick in the middle of the keyboard.
Never fuckin works right, and it's a pain in the ass to try and type
around.

I'll take a multi-touch enabled trackpad anyday.

And I've got a PB140 with the trackball. Those days, yeah, trackball
was definately an improvement over the touchpads. Still don't like
trackballs though.

[#] Wed Mar 10 2010 07:53:43 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

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yea trackpoints are excelent for throwing focus from one window to another..

but wait.. I usualy just use all apps fullscreen on my netbook.



[#] Mon Apr 26 2010 12:59:14 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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I would be nice just to get vlc or something like that - since it is just hooked up to a tv, it would be perfect for pumping arbitrary video to it.

[#] Sat Aug 28 2010 16:41:51 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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so, how do you get the connection from vi to c? ;-P

me uses emacs for that.

Eclipse can do that too,

It just uses > 20 times as much memory for that than emacs (or vim) do...

Not that VS 2008 or the Borland IDE would be any smaller...

didn't know that vi/emacs alike firefox-replacement before, which is why i've posted the link in first place.



[#] Wed Mar 31 2010 16:01:53 EDT from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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That trigger might actually work on Oracle because of the deferred constraints feature.

[#] Wed Jun 30 2010 11:25:17 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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The smaller connector is called a "mini centronics" aka IEEE-1284C. HP used it for a little while before USB became the dominant interface for local peripherals.

I would agree that the JetDirect card is a better option. Ethernet uber alles.

[#] Sat Mar 20 2010 13:57:46 EDT from skpacman @ Uncensored

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omg.... i want one..  badly..

 

How much are these with Ubuntu installed???



[#] Wed Jun 02 2010 14:48:55 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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I'm guessing you already know how settlements work, but I'll include an explanation for the benefit of those who don't. When a long distance call is placed, the originating LEC must make a micropayment to the terminating LEC to cover the cost of terminating the call. The amount of the micropayment depends upon the rate center.

The business model (or scam, if you prefer, but it's currently legal) is for CLEC's to set up shop in some rate center where the settlement micropayments for terminating calls is relatively high, and then offer services that center around receiving a high volume of calls. The most well-known are free conference call services. IPKall is another; they simply complete the incoming call by sending it back out over a SIP trunk.

Ekiga is a VoIP client, but you have to remember that with SIP there really isn't any such thing as a client. SIP is peer to peer.
When you "set it up as a client" all you're really doing is registering with a switch somewhere, telling it "when someone dials my extension, hey look I'm over here at this IP address." But if the address is static, you can easily route calls directly to it.

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