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    (Original post by Helenia)
    I would beg to differ on the latter. Some people are so amusing in their inferiority complexes :p:

    As for the former, yes, it can. But not in this case, I'm proud of it!

    Camford - yes, or get an actual compsci and not just a computer geek,
    Exactly. CompSci Geek Edition is just a cut down version of CompSci Enterprise Edition. In another word it comes riddled with bugs and spyware.
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    (Original post by Camford)
    I got this file, ran it, my computer went funny yeah? So I realised there was something wrong yeah? As you do Yeah? What I am doing...

    My computer basically went wrong. So... I did something to it and it's fixed. Don't want to describe the detail just in case i bore everyone into tears.
    Was that my file by anychance?
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    (Original post by visesh)
    Was that my file by anychance?
    no, we talking about a different one. MD5 is whatever it is can't remember, read my post in the techy forum. It's all there, as much as I know about this new variant anyway.

    I have only to deal with virus infections twice since I had my own computers... First time it took me a day to figure out what was wrong...
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    (Original post by Willa)
    OMG.....I've just realised that The Darkness's "Growing on me" is possibly THE BEST song about an STI!!!!

    Just listen to it through properly next time you hear it, and listen to the words....he's talking about a god damn STI!
    ....."OH SLEEPING IN AN EMPTY BED......I CANT GET YOU OFF MY HEAD!!!........"
    No no, it's about some kind of lichen or mould that thrives in the greasy environment of Justin's long flowing hair.


    (Original post by crana9)
    but they dont have any bloody copies of dawkins' new book i can borrow until i wait for 12 other people to finish with it!
    Yeah, I was noticed it had vanished from Pembroke's library. :confused:


    (Original post by Willa)
    well james bond went to oxford, and so all (good) compscis hate james bond....since all the good compsci's are here (oooo cheap shot i know!)
    From Wiki
    "The cinematic James Bond is degreed in Oriental Languages from Cambridge University, stated in You Only Live Twice—...
    Raymond Benson's Tomorrow Never Dies novelization suggests Bond lied to Moneypenny about his languages degree. In The World is Not Enough, he speaks Russian fluently, claiming studies at Oxford, and he is seen communicating in other languages in the films."

    Note that the canon literary Bond joined the Navy at 17 and went straight from there into MI6 (i.e. no degree at all)

    (Original post by crana9)
    will any computer boffs (alaric?) build me a bookmarklet that uses Newton?
    To do what with Newton?
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    Assuming you use a Mozilla/Firefox browser these should work. The first one will open a new window for a search of the Colleges P to W for the text which is highlighted on the page. The second prompts you for a search term and then opens a new window. But it could be altered to search within the current window, or open windows for multiple library searches (possibly), or I suppose it could possibly be modified for IE if needs be.

    For multiple library searches, it'd probably easier to rig up a separate webpage where you can select the databases you wish to search, and then have it do them all in resizable frames or something.
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    (Original post by Immortal Wombat)
    Assuming you use a Mozilla/Firefox browser these should work. The first one will open a new window for a search of the Colleges P to W for the text which is highlighted on the page. The second prompts you for a search term and then opens a new window. But it could be altered to search within the current window, or open windows for multiple library searches (possibly), or I suppose it could possibly be modified for IE if needs be.

    For multiple library searches, it'd probably easier to rig up a separate webpage where you can select the databases you wish to search, and then have it do them all in resizable frames or something.
    Dang, that would have been nice, but I use IE. I can;t get on with firefox for some reason.

    I made one that detects ISBN with this: http://weblog.infoworld.com/udell/st...arylookup.html

    but title would be better. although its nice that it detects it automatically on the page.

    modify it for IE for me and ill give you.. um.. a presen t

    I can't get it to work for Notts database either.
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    (Original post by crana9)
    Obviously none of the other courses are :rolleyes:
    Well obviously YOU think that, or you simply misunderstood me cus nowhere in my post did I say or imply that - VetMed IS hard to get into - I wasn't making comparisons with other courses. You did that.
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    (Original post by crana9)
    Dang, that would have been nice, but I use IE. I can;t get on with firefox for some reason.

    I made one that detects ISBN with this: http://weblog.infoworld.com/udell/st...arylookup.html

    but title would be better. although its nice that it detects it automatically on the page.

    modify it for IE for me and ill give you.. um.. a presen t

    I can't get it to work for Notts database either.
    FireFox is about 1 billion times 1 billion times 1 billion times better than IE.
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    so im told, but i just cant seem to get on with it. i did try it, after thom so kindly installed it withouit asking me and set it as my default browser.

    the back button is all screwy and i just generally dont like it. maybe ill try it again one day.
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    (Original post by crana9)
    so im told, but i just cant seem to get on with it. i did try it, after thom so kindly installed it withouit asking me and set it as my default browser.

    the back button is all screwy and i just generally dont like it. maybe ill try it again one day.
    oh man.... Small things make people tick....
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    I spend too much time listening to Coutry these days.... I'm going to be a loser :shot: :bawling:
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    Ok. Here again. Go nuts
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    (Original post by Immortal Wombat)
    Ok. Here again. Go nuts
    Nicy Nicy Nicy Nicy piece of Nicy Nicy Nicy Nicy search tooooooooooolll.
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    (Original post by Camford)
    I spend too much time listening to Coutry these days.... I'm going to be a loser :shot: :bawling:
    "going to be":p:?
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    (Original post by visesh)
    "going to be":p:?
    OK, fair enough, I am a LOSER.
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    Check this out. Download from the Cam web server, 915KB/s.
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    just discovered a serious flaw in one of my old ML programs... I suck at this job as being a programmer.
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    You legend! I owe you

    (If you can somehow figure out how to set the limits to just pembroke.. .well.. id have to propose you be made a saint, i guess)

    I put it on my Links bar
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    oh my god my DoS has been reading my oa.waveflex profile :'( I was so mean. i'm going to die. *dies* he's probably going to read this next. There really is no such thing as anonymity in cambridge. I really miss that about Manchester.
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    (Original post by Camford)
    just discovered a serious flaw in one of my old ML programs... I suck at this job as being a programmer.
    Was it because you used a \instead of a /?
 
 
 

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