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  Reply # 29334 25-Feb-2006 17:37
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miss_louie: I need someone to answer random questions when I want to ask them. Do I save to disk or run? Whats the difference between MB and KB? How did I make the font on my browser a size bigger and how do I fix it? Why this, fix that, help me with this, etcetera.


For the original post, nobody answered her questions

Save or run? Always save just in case something goes wrong, you have the file to try again.

MB KB? A megabyte is 1024 kilobytes, a kilobyte is 1024 bytes. Therefore a gigabyte = 1024 megabytes. For the record a byte is the computers way of storing a letter or number.
Note to all, the next person that trys to tell me the system works in multiples of 1000 dies!

For making the browser font larger or smaller use Ctrl and + or Ctrl and -

All these geeks and nobody answered the questions. Unbelieveable


A byte is an arbitrary segregation of bits, and the interpretation of such may be as a number, character or anything for that matter. If the "system" is a reference to programmatic construction, RPG (the language) is based on a decimal construct, (but please don't kill me for saying so), therefore that "system" does work in multiples of 1000.


ps. A question for the team... I'm a half Japanese, half Italian, Holden driving, Project Manager, who snow boards and mountain bikes but has 22 computers on an LDAP extended Active Directory at home. Geek or Nurd?

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Reply # 29339 25-Feb-2006 18:04
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lmao u guys crack me up im 15 and if people new i went 2 this site ..
my gf doesnt even no i go 2 this site (undercover geek)

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 29342 25-Feb-2006 19:03
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Mutly:
freitasm: I think the OP wanted to have someone in a MSN buddy list, not only on-line answers...



Well, I did offer :)


bro! holla at me with your email address and I will add that sh!t. as i said in my previous post.

and for the record, i love nerds, and geeks, and i dont know that there is a difference. i just love them. all their nerdy little ways, awww so sweet

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s.joseph: lmao u guys crack me up im 15 and if people new i went 2 this site ..
my gf doesnt even no i go 2 this site (undercover geek)


The mere fact that you now know not to grow up to be like us makes this thread worthwhile!

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  Reply # 29353 25-Feb-2006 21:30
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ha lol whens the geekzone pissup? ... you know the "rad" party

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Reply # 29356 25-Feb-2006 21:38
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s.joseph: ha lol whens the geekzone pissup? ... you know the "rad" party


Sometime around September or October 2006, look for an announcement later this year.





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  Reply # 29401 26-Feb-2006 23:00
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s joseph being a kid is not something you should be advertising on here they dont take you seriously

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  Reply # 29416 27-Feb-2006 08:12
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the_nurd: s joseph being a kid is not something you should be advertising on here they dont take you seriously


I thought we where all kids, I'm sure grown-ups wouldn't have time for this?

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  Reply # 29419 27-Feb-2006 08:50
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I thought that was half the problem? We don't have time for it, but we still do it anyway. :)




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  Reply # 29427 27-Feb-2006 10:07
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I am twelve next week




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Reply # 29436 27-Feb-2006 10:37
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tonyhughes: I am twelve next week

hmmm.... twelve is too young to have had children



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  Reply # 29438 27-Feb-2006 10:40
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What you will find is that most are old but still young at heart

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  Reply # 29444 27-Feb-2006 12:26

lyon_rouge:
the_nurd: s joseph being a kid is not something you should be advertising on here they dont take you seriously


I thought we where all kids, I'm sure grown-ups wouldn't have time for this?



unless being on the Computer all day is part of your Job (like mine is)...... but hey Im not saying Im old or Young just saying my feet reach the floor when sitting....lol

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