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    Hello,

    I've found some interesting papers related to computer science.

    http://www.cs.arizona.edu/research/reports.html

    In fact this is from an university research center. Depending on the topic you're interested you'll find some good papers there.

    Hope you'll enjoy it.

    Regards, Neitsa.
    Last edited by Neitsa; December 2nd, 2004 at 18:42.
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    wow, they have papers dating back to 1989

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    interesting, thanks!
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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    Gosh. I didn't even realize they had computers back in 1989. No wait, I bought my first MAC back in 1986 and paid $10,000 for my second one in 1988. Imagine $900.00 for a 20Mg (yes I said megabyte) HD. Never though I'd be able to fill it. Now I have two 200 Gig HDs running a RAID on just one of my machines. Some things have changed for the better. But I still keep finding interesting reading and other things to fill them up with. Time to add some more. Thanks.

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    Hmm. Was that triassic, jurassic, or cretaceous? I can never remember.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMI
    Now I have two 200 Gig HDs running a RAID on just one of my machines.
    that's a lotta kiddy porn you got there, jmi... better watch out for the feds!

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    Between an amiga and a mac, he chose mac. And thus, we know everything we need to know about JMI
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    Quote Originally Posted by disavowed
    that's a lotta kiddy porn you got there, jmi... better watch out for the feds!
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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    disavowed:

    The rig with the RAID is the system I work on all day. The fun stuff is on one of the other machines. I don't let my kiddies, who are already grown, play with my "art works". And maybe I AM the Feds.

    Silver:

    Yep. We know he recognizes a stable and functional machine which is capable of doing both work and fun and not prone to crashing every few minutes. At the time, I was using mostly music software and reversing the stupid PACE protection system which came with it. Still have a MAC for music processing and playback, although GigaSampler is pretty awesome on the windows side.

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    If you're interested, here's a picture of JMI and the PC he keeps his 'fun' stuff on...

    http://woodmann.net/JMIsPC.bmp

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    ROFL !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker
    http://woodmann.net/JMIsPC.bmp
    this was actually going around my team at work very recently, until someone posted http://www.snopes.com/inboxer/hoaxes/computer.asp

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    OK Kayaker:

    Now that you've blown my cover by pasting my photo into that old submarine picture, I'm going to have to send someone up there to place a time delayed device in your Kayak, so that it sinks in some cold and frosty stream, when you are least expecting it.

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