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  1. Build your own Myspace social network Deconstructing MySpace.com Part 1 - Social Networking Database "MySpace is the social networking phenomenon that is sweeping the nation. Having recently been sold for US$580 Million, it is plain to see that the format has a value, and indeed, just about everyone I know below the age of 25 has a MySpace account. The reason MySpace works is because it puts the control of the content in the hands of the users, and by catering to the social aspects of the human condition has found itself in an enviable position of mass appeal despite some criticism." "The purpose of this, first of many articles is to deconstruct the application
  2. HAPPY MAMA'S DAY!! {tdawnaz & waterRTBH} . . .and for all the rest of you muthu's ~ call your MOM!! {and let her know how much you 'really' LOVE her}
  3. believe me, if cops or feds wanted to trianulate you ~ they could (fast and easy). It has to do with their "Triangular theory of love"! ~ lol
  4. Don't type the phrase "Free Screensavers" into any search engine, unless you 'love' spywareadware and lots of ~ ummm spam, according to a new report, saith the Inquirer. also, don't type in the following words into any search engine: [unless your at a friends house or at work] j/k Bearshare Screensavers Winmx Limewire Download Yahoo messenger Lime wire Free ringtones . . .can anyone think of any others? ~ lol
  5. . . .have you heard AT&T's new in-house slogan; "Reach Out and Tap Someone"
  6. . . .in case you were wondering ~ Top 50 Web Domains
  7. . . .yeah, Carlsbad Caverns is one of the Top places to see in the US (been there 3 times). It goes 80 stories down, what's really neat is watching the bats leave ~ it takes like an hour as millions swirl (like a tornado) out of the cavern!
  8. . . .which one ~ botnick ~ lol <img src="http://imagehouze.com/uploader/files/126/258-canyouhearmenow.jpg" alt="258-canyouhearmenow.jpg" /> <img src="http://imagehouze.com/uploader/files/126/Can_U_hear_me_now.jpg" alt="Can_U_hear_me_now.jpg" /> Can You Hear Me NOW!
  9. . . .but they can give you faster page load times. ~ lol
  10. Anger grows over Bush surveillance report "Pennsylvania's Arlen Specter, the Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, vowed to force executives from AT&T, Verizon and BellSouth to show up at a hearing and answer questions about what data they quietly handed over to the NSA without court approval." [i hope America hasn't been so defeated by fear that it can't stand up against this]
  11. . . .I don't think 'Cheetos' has any faster packages. BE HAPPY ~ MUff!N ~ but don't stop tweakin'!! have you tried some of the tweaks in Performance Tuning and Services?
  12. you forgot 'the nearly deads and newly weds' ~ lol . . .Big City drivin's always been a nightmare, everywhere!! even the small town I live in has started to turn into a nightmare the last couple of years!!
  13. Muff!N ~ looks like the 1 Mbps downstream x 512 Kbps upstream is the limit of your provider. . . .are you using any CableNut Adjuster settings?
  14. somehow this reminded me something I read in grade school back in the 60's. 3M had this idea of building future highrise office buildings into the earth, like 50-80 stories DOWN, they thought it wouldn't need heat or air conditioning. . . .just one of the ideas from the idea people that never really made it, except for the military ~ we have one going down 80 stories here at McChord Air Base ~ in case of a Nuke attack!!
  15. Full body teleportation system ~ United States Patent Application "This invention is a system that teleports a human being through hyperspace from one location to another using a pulsed gravitational wave traveling through hyperspace." in other words ~ "A full body teleportation system consisting of: generating a pulsed gravitational wave which propagates through a magnetic vortex wormhole generator; and generating a wormhole with the magnetic vortex generator whereby the pulsed gravitational wave traverses through the wormhole and enters into hyperspace where the wave is enormously magnified due to the lower speed of light in that dimension." Read the BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION ~ lol [might be one of the reasons PR isn't a State!] j/k
  16. CPU overclocked to 7.104Ghz! [w nice pics, to boot] using a Pentium D 805 dual core cooled with liquid nitrogen. * Motherboard Asus P5WD2-E * Ram Corsair TWIN2X1024-8500 (1067 MHz) * Enermax Liberty 600W * Silverstone Zeus 650W <img src="http://imagehouze.com/uploader/files/126/7104Mhz.jpg" alt="7104Mhz.jpg" /> . . .of course, these guys might have forgot about this record; http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=50149 7473.75 MHz!!
  17. yeah, this chit's probably been going on for ages. [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ECHELON] . . .and now onto the lighter side (maybe); NSA Telco Database Only Tracks Terror Suspects- All 300 Million Of Us
  18. T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless not supplying data to NSA "If you're a Cingular or Sprint Nextel customer, well, it looks like you're in the same boat as the vast majority of landline users: those companies refused to deny participation in the NSA program." . . .it's only getting more confussing ~ don't cell towers use the infrastructure of the local (wired) telcos? and don't 'real' terrorists already use prepaid cell cards? . . .the point is ~ terrorists ARE winning ~ by destroying 'OUR' Constitutional rights, along with 'OUR' Constitution, slowly but surely!! [who are the 'real' anti-American terrorist, anyway?] Verizon sued for giving NSA phone records "Two New Jersey public interest lawyers sued Verizon Communications Inc. for $5 billion Friday, claiming the phone carrier violated privacy laws by turning over phone records to the National Security Agency for a secret government surveillance program." "No warrants have been issued for the disclosure of such information, no suspicion of terrorist activity or other criminal activity has been alleged against the subscribers," the lawsuit said. "Verizon, the country's largest telecommunications company by revenue, said in a statement that the company had not yet seen the lawsuit and, because of that, believed it was premature to comment."
  19. A total of 502 randomly selected sheepeople found that 63 percent of Americans said they found the NSA program to be an acceptable way to investigate terrorism, including 44 percent who strongly endorsed the effort. Another 35 percent said the program was unacceptable, which included 24 percent who strongly objected to it. A slightly larger majority--66 percent--said they would not be bothered if NSA collected records of personal calls they had made, the poll found. yes, tommie ~ polls like this suck!! I'm using an oldnew form a communication!! <img src="http://imagehouze.com/uploader/files/126/amessage.gif" alt="amessage.gif" /> It's called Qtest! botnick ~ it's called our so called 'RIGHTS'!!
  20. Good move!! PSU's are becoming one of the most important upgrades these daze!! . . .a minimal requirement of 650w and few dedicated 12V rails is becoming a must have!
  21. Anti-smoking pill receives federal approval A Pfizer drug (Varenicline ~ Chantix) shown to help more than one in five smokers quit the habit received federal approval on Thursday, adding another option to the limited pool of effective stop-smoking prescription medicines. I wonder if it's gonna mess with the other pill I take? <img src="http://imagehouze.com/uploader/files/126/fukitol.jpg" alt="fukitol.jpg" />
  22. For every 1 million Americans whose records were turned over to NSA, the telcos could be liable for $1 billion in penalties, plus attorneys fees. You do the math. Telcos Could Be Liable For Tens of Billions of Dollars
  23. Comet 73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann is putting on a sky show!! Fragments B and C are expected to be visible between 11 and 14 May with binoculars and perhaps even the unaided eye. To get the best view of the sky always move away from the city The fragments are now moving across the Cygnus constellation [the bright triangle of Deneb, Vega and Altair] Look East and high with binoculars; fragment B has been brightest
  24. Intel talks about what we can expect from its new gaming CPU, Core 2 Extreme ~ a 40% gain over the current 3.73 GHz Extreme Edition 965 - which would be rather impressive and could indicate a problem for AMD. In this interview with TG Daily, Intel also claims that a Core 2 Extreme-based enthusiast PC will leave the pixel power of a Playstation 3 in the dust.
  25. Researchers in New York have figured out how I can cause light-speed spam to reverse upon itself, causing spammer inboxes to convert to pure energy, which in turn annihilates the spammers!!
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