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Reviews / Beautiful forum design
« on: October 22, 2009, 01:56:10 PM »
hey guys,

What about this as a theme for the forum!!


Animate (Flash) / Re: Flash Web Sites
« on: July 13, 2009, 05:32:25 PM »
Just make sure you make a non flash version of the site with your details on it etc.. and insert the flash file using Java Script.. google SWFobject for how to do that as it will give you better control over your flash movie and give you an alternate frame if your visitor has no flash.

Television / Re: Time to Relive Your Childhood!
« on: July 10, 2008, 11:48:24 PM »
dear jerks,

i have just finished watching the entire first season of johnson and friends on DVD (can get it from Sanity of all places)... its sad i know...

Johnson and friends is awesome! Last year, the girl who played the water bottle was in one of the uni's plays! in which I got her autograph!

Make that 48 extension cords for good karma and actually watching the whole series!

PC / Re: Windows 7 in 2009?
« on: July 05, 2008, 08:31:04 PM »
lol   and hages is telling us to NOT touch the screens lol    i think its funny :D

That might have something to do with them being totally uninteractive... Or maybe he's hiding something from us! *shifty eyes*

Not sure what drawing pad Dane has, but I'm not sure if Wacom Cintiq drawing tablets are multitouch - I haven't heard anything about them being so...

Yeah multi touch is cool. I doubt the that the drawing tablet is multi touch by the way they work.. I have a bunch of touch screens (ex coles register ones) I use on jukeboxes and they are a pain sometimes! But they are only single touch because it gives an x and a y vale.. basically by having a resister strip on each access which gives a matrix effect to measure this and give a different voltage depending where you touch.

The only bad thing is that touch screens wear out.. as in any place that is a common touch area (windows button say) would always be getting pressed, and if they do get a point that gets stuck on they cant be repaired only replaced.

PC / Re: Built me a new PC...
« on: July 05, 2008, 08:20:41 PM »
One thing I noticed that you are putting programs in a 2nd partition but same drive as windows.. could this slow down application speeds? Of course with 8 gig of ram and quad core processing id suppose that overcomes it.

For the audio stuff i wont be, windows XP, protools, and VST's are all going to e on seperate physical drives.

For vista it is on a single drive partitioned as I couldnt care less as it is word processing and internet only really, dont care for it for anything else beyond that.

yeah fair enough.. well word and all them can run on those ultra micro network computers!! hehe they are very cute sometimes!

PC / Re: Testing Windows Server 2008 enterprise 64bit
« on: July 05, 2008, 08:15:03 PM »
Just dled the trial for windows server 2008 and got it to install

it seems to be able to un for 60 days before locking you out

if u also want to try it, u can dl the .iso from microsoft, burn it  and try it.

It has some cool stuff     like being able to minirot the kb/ mbps that the Harddrive writes, and what programs/drive/whatever  the harddrive is writting too,   it also has vista's search thingy in the start up menue and also its cool task manager with monitorin stuff

looks cool :D

Yeah does look good thats for sure. Ive been fixing up our domain at home!! ahhh what a mess!! We've got a spastic konica minolta page pro 9100 with all the mods and cons like duplex.. extra paper drawers etc.. however its network card likes flipping between 2 ip addresses!!!! So far ive had to add both ip addresses as a printer port and have them que to one another.. which is fine if only one user is printing.. as soon as another user goes to print.. because there is a "job" going on on the working ip address.. the system puts the job to the other ip address (which of course the printer is not using that day), where the job will wait until the ip changes.. sooo annoying!!

PC / Re: Built me a new PC...
« on: June 25, 2008, 10:25:00 AM »
distribution point for media around the house

good luck with doing that.. damn copyright protection things even when your only doing it privately and not pirating, you can only seem to get low quality streams. I gave up on windows for any media server distrobution stuff.

And understand with netwrok drives!! they are a cow!!!

SOunds a good computer.. would be cool when you get more drives.. raids are good!!

One thing I noticed that you are putting programs in a 2nd partition but same drive as windows.. could this slow down application speeds? Of course with 8 gig of ram and quad core processing id suppose that overcomes it.

Current Affairs / Re: $200 Burger anyone??
« on: June 25, 2008, 10:06:39 AM »
looks a good burger though!

Mac / Re: Ever wanted a Theremin- and you have a wii and a mac?
« on: March 04, 2008, 07:47:15 PM »
Have a look at this one!!

Community Projects / Re: Coffee Machine?!
« on: July 14, 2007, 11:55:59 PM »
multimediaman i suspect you should have labelled your slab of pepsi - i saw it there and thought it was probably up for grabs - sometimes that sort of thing has happened in the past. (i didn't help myself coz i don't like cola drinks.)  but maybe it's a being a bit of a fridge hog to put it all in at once - you could have put a few cans at a time in the fridge and kept the rest in the locked multimedia club cupboard.
I agree with Sue there! I am glad someone is down to earth here..

Community Projects / Re: Project: Wound up.
« on: June 22, 2007, 12:16:15 AM »
Yeah I like the story, it is different but also entertaining and sad in a way! :(

Seeking / Re: NICKELODEON SEEKS AUSTRALIA'S SpongeBob SquarePants
« on: June 22, 2007, 12:12:44 AM »
I want to work for channel v one day on their graphics team!

Community Projects / Re: Coffee Machine?!
« on: June 18, 2007, 05:36:52 PM »
I don't drink coffee (I'm quite possibly the epitome, at least in CSU, of the anti-multimedia student), but I'll be willing to contribute $5 for the greater good.

LOL I second that!

Community Projects / Re: Coffee Machine?!
« on: June 16, 2007, 12:22:21 PM »
so about that hot chocolate machine...

yeah id go a hot chocolate

Comparisons / Re: FEAST your eyes on this beast
« on: June 15, 2007, 08:54:20 PM »
total a margin of error of about 100 watts
is misleading and incorrect and is only a fact you have made up.

When calculating the PSU you need for your computer using a Calculator of ANY sort, you don't take it for face value, you add atleast another 100 watts on top of that calculation. Because these programs are inaccurate. First and foremost this is what i was taught when i built my first machine and it hasn't failed me yet and my computer is running at peak efficiency. Who told me this you wonder, my older brother, the reason i take his word as pretty much scripture in this case is because he does this s*** for a living.

and i never SAID you were buying a 1000watt PSU, i was merely pointing out Keaton buying one would be a waste.

True, ill go with that. If it works in practice thats good, and yeah it will save Keaton the money. I just know in theory it is double.

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