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Anybody here ever read "The Odyssey"?

I'm doing a Social Studies project on it-I have to make a map, and mark Oddysseus' route on it, and then write information about every stop.

I recall reading it many years ago, though I can't recall any specific details except for a whirlpool and the singing sirens.

It only has ~400MB of internal memory, AFAIK, so that seems rather high.

I'd guess about $300-400, just based on the fact that the components are from HTC.

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Auggh! Aahhh! My foot! It's numb! Now it's not! It burns!

*Looks for agony smiley*

*Doesn't find one*

*Spontaneoulsy combusts*

*Spells Spontaneously wrong*

*Doesn't fix it*

*Submits post, and goes to get a cookie*

Edit: Watch

, it's hilarious.

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Anyone know anything thing about setting up an old computer to be a server? It's just sittin there and I've always wanted a server so I hope someone can help me :D

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Or IIS if you want to be able to serve ASP.NET pages.

Out of interest, does IIS include SQL Server?

SQL Server is expensive. You can use SQL Server Express, but that's rather limited. I prefer MySQL.

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Yes, yes it would :wink:

On another note, I love when the text in my signature that says "Something big lies on the horizon for Paint.NET" has so many meanings. I just want to spill my beans sometimes.

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On another note, I love when the text in my signature that says "Something big lies on the horizon for Paint.NET" has so many meanings. I just want to spill my beans sometimes.

I'm pretty sure everyone already knows that a big CodeLab update is only days away from release. :wink:

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On another note, I love when the text in my signature that says "Something big lies on the horizon for Paint.NET" has so many meanings. I just want to spill my beans sometimes.

I'm pretty sure everyone already knows that a big CodeLab update is only days away from release. :wink:

Well, now I do. :wink:

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On another note, I love when the text in my signature that says "Something big lies on the horizon for Paint.NET" has so many meanings. I just want to spill my beans sometimes.

If only you knew ...

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On another note, I love when the text in my signature that says "Something big lies on the horizon for Paint.NET" has so many meanings. I just want to spill my beans sometimes.

If only you knew ...

The stuff I know would blow your mind.

(It's a blessing ... and a curse.)

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On another note, I love when the text in my signature that says "Something big lies on the horizon for Paint.NET" has so many meanings. I just want to spill my beans sometimes.

If only you knew ...

On another note, I love when the text in my signature that says "Something big lies on the horizon for Paint.NET" has so many meanings. I just want to spill my beans sometimes.

If only you knew ...

The stuff I know would blow your mind.

(It's a blessing ... and a curse.)

Do share :D

:shock: Look at this:

..Image...

(Click for full)

That...is COMPLETELY CG. Done in POV-ray. :shock:

I'm ... I'm amazed.

Yeah, I've seen many of these super realistic renders, I've always wanted to learn one of em 3d rendering program.

But haven't got the time to yet.... :?

Wonder if I can make that in PDN :D

Edit: Is that POV-ray free?

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