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  1. Havnt been here for a while. I remebered seal, ohm, and others.
  2. After all these years, you guys are still here
  3. I think the website was once really "hot" during the digg days, HOPE conference, binrev radio days.

  4. Hi, How you doing?

    All the well-known regulars have lefted long ago.

    The site is past its prime.

  6. I check google groups, and everything got spamed. There is also problems with Usenet, some Usenet reveals your e-mail when you post.
  7. Really? Fascinating. That made for good reading. This forum needs a delete button. I can't find it.
  8. The Kungfu-Master meets the lurker.
  9. 1) #include <studio.h> this means the person is programming with windows? 2) In viewing computers as a whole, where do I start learning about other things besides just programming? I learned a bit of how to program in ruby but I don't understand how compiler work, what linking is, or learning about kernel, how drivers are written, etc Do I have to go to a university to learn all this?
  10. Government Statistics http://www.bls.gov/cpi/ http://www.bls.gov/ http://www.bea.gov/ http://www.fedstats.gov/ http://www.fedstats.gov/ Google Finance - very useful website for those into investing http://www.google.com/finance
  11. Dude, awesome find. I had to manually do everything by paper, which was terrible. And my only info on logic gates was from howstuffworks.com
  12. I'm looking for sites that are oriented for self-study Textbooks/Tutorials for viewing/download http://docs.python.org/tutorial/ - for learning python My linkhttp://www.motionmountain.net/ - Free Physics Textbook in PDF format http://www.math.wisc.edu/~keisler/calc.html - Free Elementary Calculus Textbook for download in PDF format http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/ - Online Tutorial for electric/electronic circuits Link dump websites http://www.thefreecountry.com/ - A web resource for programmers http://www.freetechbooks.com/ - "Free Online Computer Science and Programming Books, Textbooks, and Lecture Notes" it says so on the website Anybody got sites like these? There's c++ , c, java tutorial websites. Anybody got links to them?
  13. Slackware is for experienced Unix users who know what they want and how to do it. It is very friendly to those users. It has been to me for like 3 years. Except that's bullshit. Anyway, it could work that way with Ubuntu. First you just have to be able to use Linux, find things you like, things you don't like, get comfortable, read a bit about the internals, then you can get around to running Slackware. Just curious, what do you use Slackware for?
  14. The general idea I'm getting here is that I have not reach *nix/linux enlightenment yet. I'll start off with Ubuntu. It should be like a gateway distro to other distros, like how marijuana is suppose to be a gateway drug to other drugs.