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BlueLancer

BlueLancer

Member Since 20 Jun 2004
Offline Last Active Apr 13 2014 07:30 PM

Songs you like from genres you're not a fan of?

07 March 2008 - 01:46 AM

Not a big fan of rap.. But I like a lot of songs made by DMX and 36 Mafia :)



Pretty much detest most techno/trance music, I have no idea why I repeatedly keep listening to Eric Prydz and that dumb aerobic song though.. And not delete it :lol: There's something about it..

Time = Money

21 February 2008 - 11:47 PM

Refer to GNH, Gross national happiness for this sort of thing...



While I agree with you in theory, some of the above arguments are right: If you spent all your time working, you could burn out easily, maybe get suicidal thoughts, etc...



Humans aren't robots, they usually need other things to do as well than just work. They would break down mentally if every time they wrote a post or played games, they'd feel compelled to work instead.



The psychological satisfaction gained from non-profiting activities like playing soccer/video games/etc. for fun is just as considerable as the monetary gain from a job.



While conventional development models stress economic growth as the ultimate objective, the concept of GNH claims to be based on the premise that true development of human society takes place when material and spiritual development occur side by side to complement and reinforce each other.


Browser problem.

08 January 2008 - 06:11 PM

I rarely post a question here but this got me wondering... This keeps happening on my laptop no matter what settings I try to tweak. <.< I first thought the obvious... The .host file must be autofiltering "ads"... But nothing is there.

Posted Image



That's just an example website I opened a few minutes ago with the same problem. If I go on just about any site that sells something, it just says [AD] instead of displaying the proper mini-image (which can be seen just fine on other computers).



What can cause all browsers on my PC (IE, Mozilla, Opera) to filter those without showing the pic and replacing it with [AD]?

Not again.. In Europe this time. School massacre+Youtube vid

07 November 2007 - 02:54 PM

This just happened a few hours ago: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21669167/



TUUSULA, Finland - At least seven people died when a gunman opened fire at a school in southern Finland on Wednesday, hours after a video was posted on YouTube predicting a school massacre.



"At this moment it's seven or more, higher," the head of the medical response team, Dr. Eero Hirvensalo, told Reuters.



A teacher at Jokela High School told Reuters the gunman was one of its pupils.



(Story continues below)




It's not just an american phenomenon, but it seems like these kids do it for attention and even post their intentions before carrying out their deed :shock:



The guy still has his YouTube account open, the username is 'Sturmgeist89'... It's kind of scary to read the thoughts of a mass murderer, and yet he's only 18 years old...

YouTube, BBC iPlayer end up costing UK consumers money

24 August 2007 - 02:22 PM

http://news.bbc.co.u...ogy/6944176.stm



The explosion in popularity of online video could lead to increases in the cost of broadband for UK consumers.



Internet services providers, such as Tiscali, say that the raft of recently launched on-demand services will "undoubtedly" congest the network.



Upgrades to the net could be needed to ensure services such as the BBC iPlayer continue to work properly, with costs passed on to the consumer, they say.



Alternatively, the ISPs say they would have to limit access to services.




So ISP's can sell and market broadbands under slogans like "get 8mb per second blazing fast internet access" as long as the customers don't actually use that bandwidth? What did they expect, all their customers to be 70-year old pensioneers who read their email once a week? If you buy a high speed internet connection, you have the right to use it. It's the ISP's fault for not having enough capacity as promised.



This is sick. I hope UK internet users will switch away from ISP's that raise your monthly fees because of this.



What's next? Bus companies telling businesses like Fujitsu and Nokia: "Hey guys... We thought to tell you we hate the fact you have so many employees that use our buses coming to work every morning, they are forcing us to buy new equipment. So we're going to double the ticket prices or you can stop using our bus lines."