Saturday, December 24, 2005

Index of /nopv16/026A

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[DIR] Parent Directory 17-Apr-2005 23:58 -
[ ] CARINS.ZIP 11-Jun-2003 06:14 5k
[ ] DIR26.DIR 11-Jun-2003 06:14 2k
[ ] DMTFTD5A.ZIP 11-Jun-2003 06:14 34k
[ ] DMXCOM5B.ZIP 11-Jun-2003 06:14 46k
[ ] EDMOM.ZIP 11-Jun-2003 06:14 92k
[TXT] FILES.BBS 11-Jun-2003 06:14 2k
[ ] HHE10.ZIP 11-Jun-2003 06:14 58k
[ ] HORDES.ZIP 11-Jun-2003 06:14 1.3M
[ ] KQ7MEM.ZIP 11-Jun-2003 06:14 4k
[ ] OMFED11.ZIP 11-Jun-2003 06:14 28k
[ ] UFOE10_.ZIP 11-Jun-2003 06:14 669k
[ ] XALTER.ZIP 11-Jun-2003 06:14 116k
[ ] XCMLT101.ZIP 11-Jun-2003 06:14 127k

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Index of /nopv16/026A

Index of /nopv16/026A

DOSBox, a x86 emulator with DOS

DOSBox, a x86 emulator with DOS

Friday, December 23, 2005

WhippleWare Product Brief

WhippleWare Product Brief

Slashdot | Ingredients of Life Found Around Sun-Like Star

Slashdot | Ingredients of Life Found Around Sun-Like Star: "You and your entropy. Entropy only means that chaos increases if no energy is expended to order the system. Think about a messy room (your mother's basement?). It's going to be messy until someone gets fed up with the smell of rotting pizza crusts, at which point they will expend energy and order the system. The entropy of the room decreases because energy was infused into the system. Entropy always increases, but only on a universal scale because no energy can enter or leave the universe. There is no other system of which that is true.

So now, we can move on to molecular biology. The two abstract things you need for life are the ability to get energy from your environment and a way to order yourself. DNA and proteins do this. Lab experiments have shown that ammonia, water, oxygen and methane, in a closed flask, will generate amino acids if they twirl them around enough and give them some energy (your lightning strike). If these amino acids can make an energy gradient by harvesting electrons from something common on a primordial earth, like Hydrogen Sulfide, then you have energy. And if get an amino acids that can store its code on something like DNA...you have life. Now, that's a whole lot of ifs. And, taken together, a very low probability. But, like someone else mentioned, these small molecul"

Monday, December 19, 2005

Weights of Common Substances

Weights of Common Substances

my.IS - 628 RWHP and 581 RWTQ 1st PCS EMS

my.IS - 628 RWHP and 581 RWTQ 1st PCS EMS: "
Well, it has been quite a long time in the making and it makes me very happy to finally post up the fruits of many hours of labor. This car has some very unique features and will hopefully change the way many people think about turboing the IS. I would like to send and great amount of thanks for Jeff and Sean at TurboEast for their hard work and foresight to make this dream come true for me. I also have to show love to my boy Jayson who pushed me to go bigger and better with the car."

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

can nero burn clonecd images? - CD and DVD Burning Software - Club CD Freaks

can nero burn clonecd images? - CD and DVD Burning Software - Club CD Freaks: "i'm thinking that nero can burn clone cd images. this was just a random thought that i had. thats the 'smaller' thought i had today. the grander thought was could nero burn a betablocker patched clonecd image, and get safedisc right? we know that nero screws up reading safedisc, but will it write it correctly, if the data is there? i'm posing this to someone out there with a little free time, and a cdrw disc

if ya are confused, make the clonecd image, open nero, file > burn image, navigate to the directory with the clonecd image *view all files in the directory* to find the .cdd, .img, and .sub files, i believe. burn the .img file with mode1 2048 bytes per sector, and it should work as normal. just a random thought that occured burning a bin (lets not talk about how the bin came into my possession)"

SEOmoz | Beginner's Guide to SEO

SEOmoz | Beginner's Guide to SEO

Mosh on Ubuntu with UFW firewall

Finally decided to give Mosh a spin due to some connection reliability issues at one location. Was glad to see it simply sits alongside SSH ...