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    I stop by once in a while...but like others, the...

    I stop by once in a while...but like others, the honeymoon wore off a while back.
  2. The last few times I had coffee at Tims, it was...

    The last few times I had coffee at Tims, it was lukewarm. Complete garbage.
    McDonald's has free coffee on right now. No lineups. A better cup and lid design. HOT. Great tasting.

    Yeah,...
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    They still sell dumbphones? Hmmm..... ;)

    They still sell dumbphones? Hmmm.....
    ;)
  4. Thread: CDIC: Useless.

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    I'm not sure they cover "bank theft". Rather,...

    I'm not sure they cover "bank theft". Rather, they're in the business of insuring your bank accounts should the bank fail.

    And yes, I thought it was common knowledge that only bank accounts are...
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    Bell Does your VPN concentrator require that you...

    Does your VPN concentrator require that you connect with a public IP?
  6. Entered! Entered!

    Entered! Entered!
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    I'm not fond of commercial holidays, especially...

    I'm not fond of commercial holidays, especially Valentine's Day. It's just after the Christmas insanity...there's the stress and pressure to do something nice for your significant other. The malls...
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    "Being Frank" - Frank D'Angelo's talk show

    I was home for the holidays (Southern Ontario), and was channel surfing late-night TV. I came across Al Pacino being interviewed and it caught my interest--as I'm a fan of Pacino's work. The...
  9. Google admits it ‘screwed up’ by collecting private WiFi data

    It might be a good idea to change your WiFi data immediately...'cause chances are, Google knows about your network

    Lesley Ciarula Taylor
    Staff Reporter

    Google has admitted it “screwed up” and...
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    I'm sure that Apple has a large legal team to...

    I'm sure that Apple has a large legal team to manage such issues. And have likely exploited some legal loopholes...

    Nonetheless, I'm certain some government action is in the pipeline. Either...
  11. Everything is laid out using UTC (Universal Time...

    Everything is laid out using UTC (Universal Time Coordinated) as a baseline (also known as GMT, or Grenwich Mean Time, or "zulu" in aviation). The Eastern Time Zone, for example, is -5 UTC, or five...
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    That's crazy....almost as bad as monkeys smoking.

    That's crazy....almost as bad as monkeys smoking.
  13. RF energy, as I'm sure you're aware, dissapates...

    RF energy, as I'm sure you're aware, dissapates quickly over short distances. Even moving a devices a few inches from your head would greatly reduce your exposure. Working on a site, your body...
  14. That's why I indicate ERP - Effective Radiated...

    That's why I indicate ERP - Effective Radiated Power. Even with antenna gain, it's still quite low.
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    I just heard about this...poor guy. He's had a...

    I just heard about this...poor guy. He's had a tough life..
  16. OP: Since you're not actively using the phone,...

    OP: Since you're not actively using the phone, there is likely no health effect from RF.

    Even though you turn off any audible alerts, it's always a good idea to ensure that the device isn't...
  17. Since 1990? Seriously? Hmmm... Cell towers...

    Since 1990? Seriously? Hmmm...

    Cell towers don't put out hundreds of watts. A typical rural site is usually far less than 20 watts ERP. Much less for urban sites...
  18. Just to clarify: Digital over-the-air does not...

    Just to clarify: Digital over-the-air does not broadcast using clear-QAM. Digital OTA uses the ATSC standard, which broadcasts using 8VSB modulation.

    To receive OTA digital signals, your set...
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    "wipe" overwrites random data several times over....

    "wipe" overwrites random data several times over. So there's little chance of residual data remaining in memory. In other words, it goes beyond a simple erase.
  20. Thread: auto on/off

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    Finally, a suggestion that addresses the root...

    Finally, a suggestion that addresses the root problem cause. Rather than offering up a work around to what could be a bug.

    I personally haven't used this feature since back in the 957 days,...
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    I watched the finale last night, and I enjoyed it...

    I watched the finale last night, and I enjoyed it and the entire mini-series.
    My only criticism would be that--likely for the sake of brevity--that much of the "story" was glossed over. I just...
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    Aren't the car races on in July? Just...

    Aren't the car races on in July?

    Just remember to get your passport!
  23. Last minute tax prep, eh? ;)

    Last minute tax prep, eh? ;)
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    Neither show has interested me. But I no longer...

    Neither show has interested me. But I no longer watch situation comedy shows...
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    I've just always viewed Windows Mobile as the...

    I've just always viewed Windows Mobile as the "Swiss Army Knife" of mobile platforms: It does a lot of things, but none of them very well.
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