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    (Original post by Dez)
    No idea. Perhaps I should have a poll or something? Would probably be DP, or dP perhaps. :holmes:



    I lived around here originally, then moved to York, then to Crawley. Commuting in atm, which isn't too bad with the majority of people heading the other way (i.e. towards London).
    Aye I remember that route. I left brighton for leeds, then down to newport now. hoping to go back in a few years and find work there. Enjoy it!
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    (Original post by Dez)
    No idea. Perhaps I should have a poll or something? Would probably be DP, or dP perhaps. :holmes:
    Your initials are unfortunate. Maybe it's just me and my dodgy mind, but.. cannot unsee :ninja2:
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    Your initials are unfortunate. Maybe it's just me and my dodgy mind, but.. cannot unsee :ninja2:
    Wait, what? :erm:
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    Okay, question. So my Ethernet coupler arrived and it works, and I'm getting good download speeds through en0. However, I can also connect through wifi simultaneously, and I didn't know this was possible. I'm basically connected to the router twice and have two different internal IPs for the same machine. What is this, and is this good/bad/pointless?
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    Your initials are unfortunate. Maybe it's just me and my dodgy mind, but.. cannot unsee :ninja2:
    Damn I can't rep you

    (Original post by Dez)
    Wait, what? :erm:
    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=dp
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    Okay, question. So my Ethernet coupler arrived and it works, and I'm getting good download speeds through en0. However, I can also connect through wifi simultaneously, and I didn't know this was possible. I'm basically connected to the router twice and have two different internal IPs for the same machine. What is this, and is this good/bad/pointless?
    Pointless/bad for other machines on the network, as you're hogging anther device for DHCP allocation (the router only has so many spaces it can handle) and the throughput will be better on the wired connection.

    EDIT: When we moving to version 3.0 of this thread? We've got 12(?) posts left.
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    (Original post by Tathrim)
    Pointless/bad for other machines on the network, as you're hogging anther device for DHCP allocation (the router only has so many spaces it can handle) and the throughput will be better on the wired connection.

    EDIT: When we moving to version 3.0 of this thread? We've got 12(?) posts left.
    But on a selfish note, how good is it for me? There aren't that many devices here anyway so allocation isn't going to be a problem. At the moment it appears to be connected through both methods but it's just using the fastest (Ethernet).

    I'll sort the new thread out (if I'm around) when we hit 10000 :yep:
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    :lolwut: Is that seriously what firsts pops into your heads? Very very troubling. I suppose I could use my middle initial as well, but that would go against convention somewhat...
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    (Original post by Dez)
    :lolwut: Is that seriously what firsts pops into your heads? Very very troubling. I suppose I could use my middle initial as well, but that would go against convention somewhat...
    I don't think you can go against convention as much as Fleur does :p:
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    I don't think you can go against convention as much as Fleur does :p:
    Good point. :p: I'd like to go with just D, but I got beaten by about ten years or so to that. :grumble:
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    (Original post by Dez)
    Good point. :p: I'd like to go with just D, but I got beaten by about ten years or so to that. :grumble:
    Yep :console:

    I still think you should go for Z. It's your username backwards too, "zed". Bit of a dodgy link I know, but Z is just cool :teeth:
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    Yep :console:

    I still think you should go for Z. It's your username backwards too, "zed". Bit of a dodgy link I know, but Z is just cool :teeth:
    Hmm, I hadn't thought about the backwards-nickname thing. Would be a bit ambiguous, though I could probably live with that. :yes:
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    (Original post by Dez)
    Hmm, I hadn't thought about the backwards-nickname thing. Would be a bit ambiguous, though I could probably live with that. :yes:
    Awesome :awesome:

    What actually is your role/job? :sly:
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    Awesome :awesome:

    What actually is your role/job? :sly:
    I am a Dynamic Developer. :sexface: Basically means I'll be doing frontend work, making shiny UI/UX things as well as coding PHP by the boatload. And possibly some other stuff too, we'll see.
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    (Original post by Dez)
    I am a Dynamic Developer. :sexface: Basically means I'll be doing frontend work, making shiny UI/UX things as well as coding PHP by the boatload. And possibly some other stuff too, we'll see.
    :adore:

    I may know what you're working on :holmes:

    If the site looks awful this time next year, I'll be blaming you :hmmm:
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    :adore:

    I may know what you're working on :holmes:

    If the site looks awful this time next year, I'll be blaming you :hmmm:
    I would imagine that you do not. :p: The project I've got hasn't even left the meeting rooms yet, still lots to be decided before we knuckle down and start making it. I suspect you're thinking of the other big project... :ninja:

    And if I can make Mumsnet shiny, this place shouldn't be a problem. </famous last words>
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    (Original post by Dez)
    I would imagine that you do not. :p: The project I've got hasn't even left the meeting rooms yet, still lots to be decided before we knuckle down and start making it. I suspect you're thinking of the other big project... :ninja:

    And if I can make Mumsnet shiny, this place shouldn't be a problem. &lt;/famous last words&gt;
    Who says I only know of one big project? :sexface: But I'm intrigued, I'll wait and see.

    Ooh, you've already worked on Mumsnet? When was this? :beard:
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    Who says I only know of one big project? :sexface: But I'm intrigued, I'll wait and see.

    Ooh, you've already worked on Mumsnet? When was this? :beard:
    Up until last week. Been working for them since the beginning of the year. Lovely bunch, but Brighton > London in terms of places to work. :top:
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    (Original post by Dez)
    Up until last week. Been working for them since the beginning of the year. Lovely bunch, but Brighton &gt; London in terms of places to work. :top:
    I've never been :nopity: but it must be awesome to work so near to the beach and everything.
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    New thread :woo:
 
 
 
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