Monthly Archives: October 2005

BREAKING NEWS: Rove & Libby *NOT GUILTY* of outing CIA agent!!

From major news website: "The charges do not implicate Libby or Rove in the original cause for convening the grand jury — that someone in the White House knowingly and deliberately revealed a covert intelligence officer’s identity. Without discussing details, … Continue reading

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Burning DVDs at 16x

Total burn time for a FULL DVD – 6 minutes! NEC ND-3540A 16X Dual Layer multi-format burner using Phillips 16x DVD-R media.

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Simple & Portable dual-monitors!

Ok – this was WAY too nice to keep to myself. Do you find yourself wishing you had TWO monitors on your work PC or laptop computer, but don’t want the hassle of replacing the video card or adding a … Continue reading

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Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events book the twelfth Title revealed!

Another blogger elsewhere managed to pick up the next Lemony Snicket book several days before its official release date – October 18th 2005. READ NO FURTHER IF YOU DON’T WANT IT SPOILED! Title: The Penultimate Peril Opening Page: "For Beatrice-No … Continue reading

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Burning Dual Layer discs

Just burned a Dual Layer DVD+R for the first time on my NEC ND-3540A. I bought some Verbatim DVD+R DL for $3/ea (Buy.Com) and they were rated 2.4x/6x. I was able to burn them at 8x, and did so in … Continue reading

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Tools of the Trade – Debug & DisAssembly

Doing x86 dis-assembly? Starting? Two tools you will find are a MUST have – IDA, and SoftICE. Additionally, you will always want SYMBOLS applied where possible/applicable (function names, variable names and type descriptions in the form of a .pdb or … Continue reading

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