Any benefit to the end-user right now?
I've installed it and haven 't seen any difference. Are we supoose to wait for some code examples to be published?
Beer28 wrote:I have mandrake move which I got as a member download
Come on Beer, you know that completely blows!
Jamie wrote:Couldnt help but wish there was a full winxp non-loading CD
There is, but as you can imagine it's illegal, and I'm not talking about the Bart PE or the OPK CD. I've never seen it personally though. I've only heard that someone that a mate knew had it. It apparently could run more than 6 services, and was just like the full thing.
I'm pretty sure you can make a Windows Embedded image on CD. You'll have to ask resident Mike Hall about that, or just visit the MS WinEmbedded site.
Oh yeah, the Knoppix Disc has saved me many times. It's a MUST Have.
WayneB wrote:I agree (if by "Rocks!" you mean that it's a bloated piece of marketeer-ware).
You take the blue pill - the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe.
KosherCoder, yeah I Dl'd it soon as I saw your post., Cheers!
scobleizer wrote:been called worse. Keep it up!
Just so you know, I wasn't calling you that, I was asking eagle if he/she was.
I don't think your a tool Robert. I reckon your doing a good job.
Nice of you to donate too.
On the subject of donations:
Many countrys are sending money and food, plus water over, which is well and good, but these people also need to restore their livelyhood NOW. They need boats and fishing nets. I'm sure some kayak and canoe/boat companies can send over some of those plastic ones and someone can provide fishing nets.
I saw a news video clip of people trying to find and salvage their fishing nets.
What about those plastic snap together sheds or cubby house like things. These people need somewhere to live too.
Eagle wrote:Give a kid a gadget they well figure it out because they want to see the movie or hear the song, it's not about the gadget; it's what they can do!
Many gadgets can play music and store files, but people want an iPOD.
They don't care if creative and iriver have better similar devices, they want an iPOD.
Tell me that's not about the gadget.
scobleizer wrote:Macromedia is asking "What do you find to be the most obnoxious thing about Macromedia right now?" So, thought it'd be a good time to ask something similar: "what would you like Microsoft to do differently this year?"
I see your holding a large can opener there Robert, and worms are about to come out. You really want the answer to that?
This is just one:
MS keep saying that if they were to support more CSS, then it could break many websites.
Someone from MS plese explain how this could be? Cause I think many people might take MS's stance of webstandards for IE, as "We stuffed up by not doing it in the first place and it's too late to do anything about it now."
Here is a tip for you Scooby ( only suggestion and no offense intended )
- Start holding the camera still
- Stop laughing throughout the videos
- Prepare some questions to ask and stick to them at minimum, then ad lib
- Maybe use a RGB to Video Scan convertor and plug that into your camera for the shots of the computer screens. Easy enough to switch between cam and input.
- Use an external mic thats between you and the interviewee
- Offer better quality video clips. MS claimed years ago that they had DVD Quality at 500Kbps. Where the hell is that? QT Trailers are excellent quality for their size.
eagle wrote:The quality of the new digital wireless cameras is phenomenal, but every attempt to sync with Windows Media Center failed.
The camera did sync but they could see it straight away, cause the computer they were using had a prob. Bill was trying to show the photos from the the night before.
Conan was F-Funny. He gave Bill a good drilling, and Bill took it really well..
Keep you eyes peeled for any recorded bits.