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Vali

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    Vali got a reaction from rtpb5642 in Experiences with non-techies   
    I work in a helpdesk position in a cable company... I could write a book (or several).
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    Vali got a reaction from rhyseyness in My friends unlimited wisdom.   
    You can know a lot of things about computers, how to make an über-PC with 4 GPU, overclocked with liquid nitrogen and for only a dime but have no clue how networks work.
     
    On the other side, you can be someone who can develop and code your own exploits or read wireshark logs like a newspaper and can't mount your own PC or know the differences between crossfire and SLI.
     
    In a sense, yes, they can be totally different things.
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    Vali got a reaction from ThomasD in Connecting one router to another   
    It is not about how you connect them physically, but how you configure them.
     
    A router, by definition, separates 2 or more networks. What you need to do is to configure one of them as a bridge.
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    Vali got a reaction from .spider. in Networking   
    I think you get your speed as it is intended since AFAIK you pay for 120 Mbps down and 15 up.
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    Vali got a reaction from .spider. in Best High Capacity Triple A Batteries?   
    "D"
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    Vali got a reaction from .spider. in Best High Capacity Triple A Batteries?   
    In fact it is just the opposite with the current output. Alkaline cells outperform NiMH batteries only if the discharge current is low.
     
    Here is an example of LOTS of comparisons between flashlights (most of them don't use AA, but the ones who do have both alkaline, and NiMH): http://www.flashlightreviews.ca/reviews.htm
     
    edit: I would use eneloops AND a good smart charger. Using timed chargers will torture and kill your batteries.
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    Vali got a reaction from Mark77 in Connecting to a network and hiding your connection   
    MAC, not Mac https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAC_address
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    Vali got a reaction from TheUnknownGamer in £20 mic   
    Another cheap mic is the Takstar PCM-1200, but I can't find many tests of them in the net.
  9. Funny
    Vali got a reaction from Belgarathian in Experiences with non-techies   
    I work in a helpdesk position in a cable company... I could write a book (or several).
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    Vali reacted to AshleyAshes in WHat if   
    The Neo Geo AES was $649 upon it's US release in 1991, that's about $1000 if you account for inflation from then to today.  It was stupid CRAZY powerful, identical to the Neo Geo MVS arcade hardware.  ...Yeah, that didn't sell well either.
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