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How Linux Helped me Write a Paper [May. 14th, 2008|10:02 am]
[mood |accomplished]
[music |Sigur Ros - Untitled 8]

I'm writing a paper on the politics of Yeats in his poetry. I didn't buy the 20 dollar book that our teacher told us to buy, because its silly to spend 20 dollars on something in the public domain. Instead, I found on the internet every single poem written by Yeats.

Unfortunately, they were not in a text file, but rather, all 316 poems spread out across 316 pages. What did I do? A combination of bash, egrep, wget, and cat automatically downloaded all 316 plain-text webpages with the poems, and put them in one text file.

To help me find poems relevant to my topics, I used egrep, which is a command line utility that searches through files. I used regular expressions to search through the poem file for occurrences of country, politics, revolution, hero, and freedom. Now I have a good 20 poems to use as support. And I didn't have to pore through the index of a book to do it. Ain't FOSS grand?
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FUCK APPLE [Mar. 22nd, 2008|09:51 am]
[mood |annoyedannoyed]

Well, I managed to wipe the music on my awesome Zen, because I managed to screw it up. So I'm going to be borrowing my dad's ipod for my trip. Wouldn't you know, Apple decided to lock the ipod touch, so guess what, I can't access it on linux. Not only that, I have to reboot to windows, and use only iTunes to sync the ipod. Thanks Apple. Thanks a lot assholes.
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You don't know what you've got till its gone [Dec. 17th, 2007|07:07 pm]
[mood |annoyedannoyed]
[music |Andy Hunter - Lifelight]

I haven't booted to windows since..oh, early november. Today I booted because I wanted to edit my AMV. Yeah, that went well. Now, all my complaints about linux are miniscule. First thing windows does?

Doesn't boot. It gets to the login screen, and tells me its loading my personal settings for a good minute or so. Then it just freezes up. So I do a cold reboot. I then reboot, and hey! look, it loads my settings, and gets them all wrong. Windows just looks terrible, and it refuses to load my background, even when I tell it where it went. So, I get to do a system restore.

Third try, it boots correctly. Except now it hates my hard drive, and I can't actually edit my AMVs anymore. Lucky me.

Seriously, video editing is becoming more and more viable on Linux, as is sound synthesis and a ton of other stuff. Fuck Windows (and Mac OS X for that matter), I'm sick of dealing with this shit.

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Go Amazon! And KILL iTUNES [Dec. 15th, 2007|01:59 pm]
[mood |happyhappy]
[music |Lifelight - Andy Hunter]

Amazon, for those of you who do not know are offering MP3's to be downloaded for $0.99. Whoop de fucking do right?

Well, as it happens, it is superior to iTunes in everyway. Well, the catalogue is smaller, that I will admit, and that's unfortunate however, unlike iTunes, which encodes all their stuff at a constant 128 kbps, Amazon encodes everything at VBR, which is better as I understand it, and it usually averages out to be 256 kbps, so about 2 times the quality of an iTunes song.

Another benefit? Its in mp3 format, and its not DRM'd, meaning you can play it on any computer, any mp3 player, and can make back ups of it willy nilly. You can download through a browser, or to download an album, you have to download a client. Currently, one does not exist for linux, but at least they admit that there might be Linux users out there and say they are developping a Linux client. (I'm LOOKING AT YOU APPLE). Their files download fast, and easily, and they are wonderfully large, which usually means either someone was an idiot during encoding or that's what was necessary to get epic sound quality. And from listening to this bitching tune at the moment, I'd say its the latter.

Go die ITMS, Amazon ftw!
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One for the record [Nov. 7th, 2007|08:07 pm]
[mood |awake]
[music |Pendulum - Hold Your Colour]

The following are series I've watched in English versus those I've watched in Japanese. Obviously this list only applies to show in which I have access to english, so my fansubs will NOT be showing up on here.

Cowboy Bebop: one of the best dubs ever, the japanese one sounds so generic, and spike and jet so sooo similar
Samurai Champloo: also great, and Mugen's voice graaattttesss in Japanese
FLCL: english was very good, what can I say?
Trigun: the one character Johnny Yong Bosch or however you spell his name was good for. Until you know a serious scene came about, it was still pretty good
Hellsing: EPIC dub, Crispin Freeman owns
Le Chevalier D'Eon: Excellent dub, with a few exceptions (stage coach owner, I'm looking at YOU)
Mushi-shi: I original chose it because the stupid ass subtitles would overlap with the border of the widescreen and bother the hell out of me, but the dub grew on me
Steel Angel Kurumi: the japanese voices were far too helium
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Give them sometime, the VAs really fill out their roles
Serial Experiments Lain: Lain's VA is amazing in every role she's in
Full Metal Panic (all seasons)
Please Teacher

Blue Seed
Chrono Crusade: oh god, that dub was so bad, so much overacting and fake german accents...ugggh
Kimi Ga Nozomu Eien: another travesty from Funimation
Karin: I've heard its better now but...ugggh
Full Metal Alchemist: eh, the english was alright, not great tho
Final Fantasy Unlimited: holy crap, Kaze overacted soooo bad
Wolf's Rain: it was really close, but Kiba's soft Japanese voice won out over Johnny Yong Bosch's
Negima: aaahahahaaaaa, Greg Ayres trying to do a lame british accent == ...utter shit actually. Everyone else was excellent, which is a damn shame, it would have been great otherwise

The following had very good english and japanese tracks, but I came down on the side of the Japanese:
Elfen Lied
S-cry-Ed or however its spelled

There might some others, I'll have to edit it later...in the mean time...later!
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Defeating Kai Tracid's (and other key2audio CD protection) on linux [Nov. 1st, 2007|07:17 pm]
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[mood |accomplished]
[music |Kai Tracid - Suicide (off of the defeated album)]

I posted earlier about how pissed I was about the douche-bags over at Sony copy protecting a Kai Tracid CD. After messing around with Linux, I've discovered a solution.

Firstly, this is not breaking an encryption, as such, it is not (to my knowledge) prohibited by the DMCA. key2audio works via bruning junk data onto the end of the CD and confusing a CD-Rom drive making it unreadable. So, I looked around for a way to do error corrections.

Here's what you do:

Insert your CD (duh)

EDIT: For CDs that are readable by the computer, but have their tracks hidden or otherwise inaccessible, you will need to dismount the cd first. To do this open the terminal and type "mount". You should get a list of the currently mounted volumes, look for the one with "/dev/cdrw on [something]" or "/dev/cd[something] on [something]". You'll want to make note of the first /dev/* bit, ignore the "on [whatever]". Now type in "sudo umount /dev/[whatever it was]". Continue as you were.

open up your terminal and type in: "cdrdao read-cd [filename]" with filename being whatever you want.

It will process your CD and discover your tracks and you'll see at the end it has something called the "Leadout" which is the result of the process of burning junk data. cdrdao will ignore this.

Let it chug away.

When its done, get a CD-R, and put it into the drive. Now, go to your terminal and type "cdrdao write [filename]" with filename being the same filename use above.

Once its done you'll have to eject the disk and re-insert it, but then, you should be able to rip it using any of your favorite OS's.
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Random Thoughts [Oct. 27th, 2007|01:43 pm]
[mood |confusedconfused]
[music |Within Temptation - Its the Fear]

Why is it that a video sharing site is one of the best places to go for pirating music?

Does anyone else get a nice feeling when they put a fully charged electronic device into their pocket in the morning?

What do they call American made manga in Japan?

The new Pendulum album is coming out in November!

Why is it the Internet, a piece of technology that allows information to be spread faster than ever before, is used for being a racist ass and spreading ass-backwards ideas?

Is wikipedia really all that inaccurate?

Communion is in fact eating Christ's body. That's a bit weird.

I caved and bought Kai Tracid's other two albums. Damnit Sony!!!

That's all for now!
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Random Update [Oct. 18th, 2007|09:46 pm]
[mood |chipperchipper]
[music |The buzz of my computer fans]

Still waiting for the Orange Box. Wahhh, this is so annoying. Two months after everyone else, blah. But hey higher-res textures and better graphics may end up being not so bad.

I'm currently addicted to Killzone, which is really fun, really intense, really detailed, and has as good a storyline as you could expect from a FPS.

Production of the chrono crusade video is going along, I've picked it up again, and oddly enough, I fall out of interest, or energy, but once I pick it up, the creative juices just start flowing. Damn it linux! Always messing with my ability to boot to windows. I wonder if I should take a stab at editing on Linux. I'll play around in some of the programs I've downloaded and give it a try...

In other news, I'm writing a program that will play around with Polynomials, integrate them, differentiate them, etc.

Besides finding zeroes, extrema, and derivatives and integrals, I don't have any other features planned. So post here if you want to request a feature in the program, something you hate doing with polynomials but always end up doing by hand (not that anyone will, but its fun to pretend). I'll let you all know how that goes.

Oh, and search for something called "Le Grand Content" on youtube, great video.

Ta ta all.
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(no subject) [Sep. 2nd, 2007|04:48 pm]
[mood |annoyedannoyed]
[music |Pure Acid - Kai Tracid (oh the irony)]



Look at this. Look carefully at the picture. Perhaps you'll notice the words in the bottom right.

"Will not play in a PC/Mac."


What the hell is wrong with them?

Okay, a rootkit is bad enough, but COMPLETELY locking out listeners? What the fuck is wrong with them?

I can't buy this album now. Damn them...damn them...
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A day with C++ [Aug. 31st, 2007|01:53 pm]
[mood |tiredtired]
[music |Moving on Stereo (Radio Mix) - Pakito]

Well, I've gotten really sick of constantly using three lines of code to change a string into a character array to then pass into ifstream functions and system calls, so I finally got off my ass and programmed a class to handle system calls for me.
Its still a bit rough, but at least its simple and easy. You can set a command (using .setCmd()) and execute it later using .exec() or pass in a string which it will then format to an array and execute for you. It also contains a failsafe that prevents it from trying to execute a command that hasn't been set yet. It does not check for faulty command arguments or misspelled command names, that's one the programmers side to do. It also contains a function of questionable usefulness that is the same as .exec except that it dumps the output to a file "sysout.out". Maybe I'll implement a function that lets you set the output name, but that would gum up the getFile() function (it accepts an instance of the ifstream as an argument) which opens up the output file for you. I'll release it here sometime after cleaning it up and making it a bit more foolproof.

Yay those are my second release notes! I'm so excited...not that I expect anyone to actually use this class except for me, only command line programs maybe, and those probably have their own way of moving files or doing other command line stuff without actually going through the system. Oh well.

I also have a REALLY rough class I call fileParse, which is designed to read through the output of the tree command and put the file names into a structure (I haven't decided yet, I'm probably gonna go with linked list). So far its unfinished but I'll probably have it done by the end of the day, and I'll probably release it then along with the SystemInt class (short for SystemInterface, original right?). I'll expect maybe 1 download. Oh well, I guess this is something every programmer does? Gotta start somewhere.

Later all.
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YES!!! Go here!!! [Aug. 2nd, 2007|05:22 pm]
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Ubuntu Chronicles [Jun. 15th, 2007|04:34 pm]
[mood |tiredtired]
[music |M83 - Asterick]

Well, as a converted ubuntu user, I've discovered there are some not quite so obvious tricks and tips you might need. I'm going to document them as I find them. I'm using 7.04, Feisty Fawn, and I'm assuming you've already installed it. Also, these are not general use tips, I'm assuming you know what root is, or what the "/ directory" refers to.

These are in no particular order by the way.

Finding out how the computer interprets button presses, and other events:

Open up terminal, type in xev and hit enter. A small window should pop up. While your mouse pointer is over the window, information about anything you do, pushing a key, clicking, whatever, will appear in the terminal window. Careful though, any actions you take while xev is running, are cached, and the minute you put your mouse back over the Event Tester window, they'll all be printed out, which could take a very long time.

The location of the packages downloaded with Synaptic:

/var/cache/apt/archives These are useful not only for archival purposes, but also allow for installing programs on computer without an internet connection. Plus, instead of straight away installing, they tell you what they're going to install and where, which is kinda useful.

Creating custom keyboard shortcuts:

For standard ones, like increasing the volume, try using Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts. For more specialized, get the gconf-editor (sudo apt-get install gconf-editor). Open it (by entering gconf-editor into the terminal) go to Apps > Metacity. Go to global_keybindings, and under run_command_[whatever] enter what you want the keyboard shortcut to be. The syntax is [<Control>/<Alt>][Keystroke] (function keys are denoted by F[1-12]). Also note that if the shortcut is [something]Shift+some letter, you need not enter in [something]<Shift>[undercase letter] but rather, [something][Uppercase Letter]. Now, go to keybinding_commands, and enter the command you want to use in the corresponding command_[number].

Setting the root password:

The root password is not set by you when ubuntu is installed, which means you can't use su (which logs you into the terminal as root). To set it, use sudo passwd, with no other arguments, and set the password of your choice. Now you can log in using su, but you can't login to the Gnome interface at the login screen.

Playing m4a files encoded with AAC in Rhythmbox:

Go into the add/remove programs program, not Synaptic, and search for gstreamer. Download anything with the words Gstreamer and plugin in the title. Open up Rhythmbox. It should work. If it doesn't, open up the audio file with Totem movie player, and let it search for and download as many plugins as it needs until it plays the file. (This will NOT let you play m4p files).

Installing programs from .bin files:

Open up the terminal and type in sudo chmod a+x [path (if in another directory besides the current working directory) and filename]. Then type in the filename and path (if applicable) and follow the install instructions from there.

Getting a file browser with root privileges:

gksudo nautilus (this only works for about 15 minutes due to power user expiration) I recommend creating a launcher on your desktop that executes this command, see below for how.

Displaying unicode file names on ntfs drives:

First, dismount your ntfs drive with sudo umount /dev/[whatever]. Then type in "gksudo gedit /etc/fstab". On the line for the ntfs drive, erase where it says default, and instead put in "nls=utf8,iocharset=utf8." Save and exit the text editor, then type in sudo mount -a (which mounts any drives not mounted at the time in fstab). It should now work.

Creating a batch file:

Create a blank text document. Type in whatever commands you want. Save it wherever. Then, in the terminal type sudo chmod a+x [whereever and whatever you saved it as]. Double clicking on the text file should have a dialogue pop up asking you if you want to execute or display the contents. Select display.

Configuration/program resource file locations:

They're actually all over the place. Pretty consistently I've found them in shared between /usr/lib/ and /usr/share/lib in the folder of the program name. Failing that, try looking in /etc (Firefox is here).

Finding out why a program didn't run when you opened it from the menu:

Try running it from the terminal, if there is something wrong, you should see why (assuming the error message makes sense). For instance, for Rhythmbox type in rhythmbox. For programs with more than one word in their names, open up the Add/Remove Programs program, find the program in question, and scroll down past the description; after the version number, in parantheses, should be the name to type in in the terminal.

Getting advanced terminal command syntax and other help:

Type in man [command].

Making an advanced program launcher:

If you want to make your own launcher that uses command line arguments, or want to make a launcher for something that's not necessarily a program, go to your desktop. Right click, and click on create launcher. Type in the name you want, and then, under command enter in whatever it is you want. I would recommend creating a launcher that runs the command "gksudo nautilus" as going to the termianl everytime you want to delete something from a protected folder is kinda annoying. For the icon, if you can't find what you want in the automatic icon selection, you can try to find icon info on your own. Or you can convert a png you have to the icon format with GIMP (the format is .xpm). To create a launcher that executes multiple commands, create a batch file (see above for how) somewhere where its not on your desktop (or on your desktop, whatever) and point the launcher to that batch file.

Alright, I'm tired. That's all for now.
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A Quick Riddle [May. 21st, 2007|08:34 pm]
[mood |awake]
[music |Vater Unser - E Nomine]

The following string represents a numerical sequence. The first person to tell me the sequence, and why wins a prize!


Let the races begin!
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Bands you have to check out [May. 8th, 2007|12:08 am]
[mood |chipperchipper]
[music |Sigur Ros - Saeglopur]

Or in some cases, DJs

M83 - an awesome blend of guitars, base, synth sounds, and crazy vocals that's chaotic and beautiful at the same time (Recommended songs: Don't Save us From the Flames, Teen Angst, Asterick)

Kai Tracid - a trance/acid DJ who has great mixing but also has a girl doing philosophical rants on some of his tracks, cool stuff (Recommended songs: Conscious, Express a Hidden Passion, Drift deep into your own thoughts)

Pendulum - breakbeats and Drum n Bass, but not boring Drum and Bass, every song is different and interesting while still keeping the pounding bass focus (Recommended songs: Hold your Colour, Fasten Your Seatbelts, Sounds of Life, The Terminal)

Sigur Ros - Icelandic alternative, nuff said, but even so, imagine weird instruments and noises on top of a nice instrumental base, with sometimes slow, sometimes fast beats, and a beautiful falsetto singer on top (Recommended songs: Glosoli, Saeglopur)

Conjure One - another DJ, he doesn't actually do the singing though, all the vocal tracks feature other female singers, all of whom have haunting voices singing great lyrics (Recommended Songs: Center of the Sun, Manic Star, Sleep, Tears from the Moon)

Cosmic Ally - Taiwanese epic trance, great singer over great bass and synth (Recommended songs: Cubic, Twin Sun)

Era - gregorian chants on top of a drum beat, a winning combo (Recommended songs: Omen Sore, Ameno, Cathar Rhythm)
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How Sony shot themselves in the foot [Apr. 30th, 2007|08:45 pm]
[mood |blahblah]
[music |Rilo Kiley - My Slumbering Heart]

The PSP could have been a huge success if all the money poured into video playback and music capability had actually been usable.

Sony are the assholes who are all for DRM, so we can assume they're all for DVD's being encrypted.

However, because the PSP couldn't play back DVDs, they expected you to buy an entirely new format that only worked one platform.

Yes, that's inconvenient, several other people have said that.

My point is that, had DVD ripping been legal, Sony could have easily released a DVD to PSP program, that would have done away with the need for a separate format and still live up to the PSP's expectations as a media player.

However, getting video from DVD to PSP would involve breaking encryptions.

Oh dear...
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(no subject) [Apr. 23rd, 2007|11:41 pm]
[mood |awake]
[music |Teen Angst - M83]

Wow, okay, yes, I'm updating when I should be in bed. Oh well, I took a long nap today so its okay.

HAHAHA, totally screwed on the AP's, I mean what?

Eh, calc'll be cakewalk, its the APUS one I'm worrying about. Oh well.

Oh yes, I totally got mitternacht on my cell phone for free! Yes, because I'm a hacker like that :DDDD

Wow, I'm randomly hyper today.

And yes, I'm writing this on ubuntu! Yes! the OS! The LINUX OS! Zomg, alternative!

I like it. Although wireless, is REALLY making my head hurt. Seriously, MAKE DRIVERS DAMMIT!!!!!

Anyway, I think that all hardware corps are in cahoots with mac and microsoft to make NO drivers for Linux OS's, because they hate linux, and want to make my life hard. Damn.

Well, my wireless card works, my gf's doesn't. I've tried every solution so far, EXCEPT magical incantations. If you know any, let me know.

okay yes, I'll do a better update later, but for now, sound off!

Do your cds that you buy have the track lengths next to the names?

Let me know!
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Funimation MUST DIE [Apr. 9th, 2007|08:17 pm]
[mood |annoyedannoyed]
[music |Face Down - The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus]

Okay, they do, really, they SUCK!

After watching my shiny new "Kimi Ga Nozomu Eien" DVD I'm seriously pissed.

1) They rename the entire series, from its original title, Kimi Ga Nozomu Eien. They don't translate it, which I wouldn't mind, I think "The Eternity You Wish For" would be a great title! No, they change its name to "Rumbling Hearts."


2) Their subtitles suck. They bounced, shook, and were incredibly blocky.

3) The two main male voice actors sound completely alike. And one of them sounds bored, the other just mispronounces everyone's name.

4) They completely misinterpret what's going on in the series. The back of the DVD case says that Mitsuki is jealous of Takayuki and Haruka and starts trying to interfere with their dates. Which...actually doesn't happen. Except MAYBE once, and even then that's only through extrapolation!

5) They completely change the translation for the dub. The subtitles do not match the sub whatsoever. And no, I'm not talking about how sometimes sentences are changed so that they can fit the mouth movements, the ideas are completely different. I'm all for changing around the dialogue to make it more accessible to American culture.

HOWEVER, when the subtitles are saying the character is trying to throw a party for seniors that are graduating, the character is saying he's throwing a retirement party for people at his job. They take him out of college, and instead put him in a job! Not only that, Shinji (the aforementioned character) makes a comment about how Mitsuki and Takayuki are too busy to be dating someone, and they're all awkward and agree even though they really are dating!

Which isn't actually what happens in the sub, he simply says they mustn't get to see each other that much. In the sub, he KNOWS they're going out, but that they don't see each other that much. That I think, constitutes a major plot line change. Even when its not a plot point, the scene with Ayu and the angry customers is completely changed! Sorry I can't completely point out the differences, to really understand it, you'd have to watch it with subtitles on and the english voice track on. Fortunately they didn't fuck with the japanese translation for the subtitles, but god damn! why possessed them to take so much creative license!?

6) They don't translate half the japanese on the screen, and they leave the credits in Japanese. I dunno, maybe we want to know who directed it; I dunno if that's something people are interested in, but to have the option would be nice, rather than having to wait until the last episode on the DVD to watch some boring scrolling credits that make up for all the untranslated opening and ending credits.

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Why Macs Suck [Apr. 8th, 2007|05:53 pm]
[mood |angryangry]
[music |E Nomine - Carpe Noctem]

Because they do.

Here's why (not list formatted because I'm lazy)!

No ability to upgrade hardware, its a friggin closed system

Complete lack of 3rd party freeware (and don't give me, "ZOMG I have this one program" I know they exist, but in order of freeware programs availability, it really does go 1) Linux 2) Windows 3) Mac OS)

The filesystem makes no sense, applications aren't in the applications folder, the desktop is your documents folder, making a really cluttered desktop

That said, its ridiculously hard to find out where the fuck something is (its file path, I KNOW there's a search feature)

Its command line is friggin impossible, its Unix, nuff said (there's no goddamn "Help" command, seriously, what designer thought people WOULDN'T type in help?)

Its BIOS is ridiculously obscure, yes, I know, you can hold down certain keys during startup, but it doesn't tell you what. Windows' BIOSes actually TELL you right there what keys to press, but you have to go scrounge up your manual or look online. I know online isn't hard, but seriously guys, it should be readily available for your "ease of use" BS to be true

Okay, on windows, if something goes wrong, or there's something you want to change, its pretty easy to play around to figure out what to do, because everything's right there and ready to use. With Macs, you have to know what you're doing beforehand, you can't right click (I'm sorry, OPTION+click) and click properties and have control over the file or whatever.

Yes, whoopdedoo, there are few viruses, but that's also because its a ridiculously hostile dev environment

Program files cannot be hacked, because they're all grouped in the same file. System files are separate (when you can find them) except they're scattered all throughout the crazy ass file system and impossible to find

There are no file extensions! Seriously, what's the .exe equivalent on Macs? Don't know? That's because you're never told! Its .app! Every single file I've gotten that a program on a mac has generated has required I add my own file extension.

No registry! I like the windows registry, complete control and knowledge of how Windows will handle file extensions!

In response to the Mac ad about out of the box: That's complete bullshit, about the drivers and what not. Most stuff is plug n play these days, and Windows doesn't require incredibly amounts of setting up, it asks your name and what time it is and other basic stuff like that. As to setting up the hardware: Guys, its mostly color coded, and they ALL come with "take this and put it here" diagrams that an idiot could understand *insert Geico joke here*

Windows come with a lot of apps, and those that aren't on the computer you can find FREE easily contra, Macs, which come with programs, but you're pretty much stuck with those.

Please note: none of this refers to Vista, that thing is crap and doesn't deserved to be called an OS
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*yawn* [Mar. 28th, 2007|05:31 pm]
[mood |frustratedfrustrated]
[music |Vi Sitter I Ventrilo Och Spelar Dota - Basshunter]

Because I need something to do,

List of RPGs I've beaten!!!

Alright, here we go:

  • Final Fantasy 7 (thrice)

  • Final Fantasy 8

  • Final Fantasy 9

  • Final Fantasy 10 (twice)

  • Final Fantasy 10-2

  • Final Fantasy 12

  • Final Fantasy Tactics

  • Chrono Trigger

  • Wild ARMs I

  • Wild ARMs II

  • Wild ARMs III (twice)

  • Wild ARMs IV

  • Kingdom Hearts I (twice)

  • Kingdom Hearts II

  • Breath of Fire V

  • Xenosaga Episode 1

  • Xenosaga Episode 2

You're probably asking yourself, ZOMG?! Have you no life?!

No, no I don't.

That's all for now.

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FUCK HUMANS [Jan. 27th, 2007|10:56 pm]
[mood |angryangry]
[music |Leisem - Fundamentum]

[please note, these rant contains disturbing and fucked up video links, you have been warned]

Seriously. We as a species are so fucked. We are such fuck faces, we have no compassion, we don't care about the poor schlub, just use up some asshole and then leave him.

Christ, what is it about crush videos we like so much? Hey everyone, let's go watch someone get seriously injured/killed, and then LAUGH at it. HAHA! get it!? someone is seriously hurt now! HAHA! LET'S FUCKING IGNORE THE FACT THAT WE WOULD HATE TO BE THE ONE DEAD, OR BE PARALYZED, OR SPEND YEARS IN REHAB, OR LOSE A FAMILY MEMBER IN A "FUNNY" INCIDENT! HAHA! ITS FUNNY!!!

On some video sharing website: "A sweet 3 minute extreme car crash compilation" Car crashes? Oh yeah, those are HILARIOUS! specially when your life is ruined by them! THE MORE BODIES THE BETTER!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bkz1SYNR8gU oh yeah. That's great! Would anyone here have liked to have been the guy slamed against the side of a truck? more than that, had it happened to you, would you have liked to been FUCKING laughed at?! Here are some comments:

"lol commentator"

"nice ;p"

BUT no! it gets FUNNIER!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxX7B_SetAk TADA! This time, its not serious injury, but DEATH! We're watching someone die! HAHA! WHAT FUN!!! How totally NOT COMPLETELY DEPRAVED!!! YAY! Let's all laugh, cause hey, its not us! Let's not think about all the friends and family of that person who is now dead, who will never see that person again! NO! let's LAUGH!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tAOn8tNzR0 In this, people SCREAM IN PAIN AND ROLL AROUND ON THE GROUND! Comedy at its best! EVERYONE LAUGH!!! HAHAHA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-29RO7NOoIg Now we get a close up of someone bleeding!!! WAHA! Let's ignore the fact the person needs stitches! Its funny!

So everyone! Let's all be the "civilized" and "sophisticated" people we are, and laugh at those worse off than us! HAH!

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