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  1. http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/11/25/jimmy_wales_chrome_extension/ I'm tempted to install Chrome purely for this.
  2. http://notch.tumblr.com/post/1599383480/wait-its-wednesday Bottom of the second paragraph
  3. Regarding MalwareBytes, if you have the free version, then it has no real-time protection, so I can't see how it can interrupt Paint.NET at all. Can you see if there's a way to find out what exactly MalwareBytes did to get rid of the malware/spyware/etc. as that might help a bit more?
  4. As long as that game language doesn't end up being GML (which is available in Game Maker), should be alright.
  5. @Illnab1024 It looks pretty interesting....but $160? Also, speaking of approx. 1000 page long books, I've finally decided to learn some proper C# and get past pseudo-coding: http://www.amazon.com/Essential-4-0-Microsoft-NET-Development/dp/0321694694
  6. So, basically, it's the ref's fault that England lost? Ignoring how 2-1 or 2-2 would affect either side (in the end, I don't think anyone has an idea on how it affected the players bar from themselves), it is not a good reason to suggest as to why we lost; Rooney has been dreadful through the tournament, and that the defense was absouletely dreadful allowing for goals rarely saw in a Sunday league match - and this was before England had a chance to come back (I refer to the goal where the German keeper goal kicked the ball into box, where a striker tapped it in) In the end, our players are t
  7. Therefore, what should have been a dreadful 4-2 defeat for a pathetic England side, is instead an equally dreadful 4-1 defeat for an equally pathetic England side? It doesn't exactly change that much; at least in this case, but otherwise, I agree with the idea that if everyone and their dog can prove the ref to have been wrong, that maybe they should correct the decision, at least.
  8. And, to my suprise, Nintendo wins E3. I'm sorry, but Sony can't top that (they'll be better than MS hopefully) I'm actually speechless.
  9. Hah, I wish the PS2 wasn't dead so that it was easier to get a hold of games for it, like the updated Metal Gears, SMT: Nocturne (I refuse to call it by it's EU name) and Shadow of the Collusus. Also, Ninty's about to start; I can't say I'm excited for it.
  10. In contrast, there's been hardly anything "new" or original announced at E3 so far - nothing that looks to be really "great". Microsoft's conference was horrible (Greys of War 3 and Halo:Reach, while they will both be fun, we already know a decent amount about them; the only thing new was space combat in Reach) and that the Natal lineup (I am never going to call it "Kinect") for launch is absouletely dreadful, with it being a mashup of everything available on the Wii for "casual gaming". At least the EA conference didn't have as much time spent on casual gaming, but the only new thing there
  11. How can you get an 109% average?
  12. I'm guessing that is basically solving quadratic equations using: or by factorising it and solving it that way?
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