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Hi. I am a college student and I am in my third year of college. I have an associate degree in general science and i am studying to earn my bachelor's degree in Computer Science. I have been trying to get an internship (basically for job security and work experience) for the summer of 2020 but I have been constantly denied an internship position. I am now questioning if I will even get an internship (I have heard about so many people who have done several internships already but I personally know people who- just like myself- can't get even …

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As if Jeff Bezos isn't already rich enough. As someone who is at high risk because of a compromised immune system, I thought it might be a good idea to get a few N95 masks. Because local medical supply stores are out of stock I checked Amazon. While the prices are reasonable (pack of 20 for $99), they want $200 for shipping. I bought some luggage a couple of years ago and because my order was over $35 the shipping was free. So how is it that something that weighs less than a box of Kleenex costs $200? Could this …

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This thread is a continuation of a conversation that I started [here](https://www.daniweb.com/digital-media/digital-marketing/threads/522661/where-to-buy-instagram-followers#post2261270). As Dani correctly pointed out, the discussion belonged in its own thread and should not have taken over the thread in which it started. It wasn't my intention to hijack that thread (and I apologize) but that's what happened. >you find advertising largely unethical I find **false** advertising unethical. I find the other advertising merely annoying and only sometimes useful. >It’s not against the TOS or copyright rules of the library to use it in the way you are. It just wasn’t what the library was designed for. …

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Unless I've missed one, I have selected every combination of Sort By and Group By for displaying files and sub folders in a given folder. I cannot seem to get the default display as was in previous versions of Windows That default display was: All sub folders first, in numerical, then alphabetical order. Then, all single files displayed in numerical, then alphabetical order. I am losing a lot of time with the display as it is now. Does anyone know the correct settings to achieve this particular display? Thanks

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That happened. Hope none of you are in North Korea as the penalty for having or suspected of having COVAD-19 is quite stiff.

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I am being over-notified. I started a new thread to tell the community that "Active State Komodo IDE Now Free". I got four emails telling me I had started a new thread. ![2020-01-28_195028.jpg](/attachments/large/3/6fdb5bf030ef90f384ae5e5dd5e221df.jpg) pritaeas endorsed me in - web development - hardware and software - computer science I received 5, 4, and 4 emails respectively telling me this. ![2020-01-28_195016.jpg](/attachments/large/3/100aec95daf06c88f561b1cc9520d1e4.jpg)

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hey! :) all the WindowsXP users here is a hidden mystry of XP of any version Now u can create your own charaters by following the below simple steps...... ;) [LIST=1] [*]open run dialog box from start from taskbar [*]type the string as :- " eudcedit " [*]follow the rules for creating using it help option [*]and finally you save it at appropriate place as mentioned in help file [*]for more details or if u r in confusion u can mail me [*]after saving open MSWord or any high end editor equivalent of MSWord [*]simultaneously open the "charmap" [*]locate your …

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I've been following the latest efforts (in the US) of the GOP to unfairly redraw electoral boundaries and was considering how simple a law could be worded to ensure a more fair allocation of electoral districts. What I came up with is: 1. All boundary lines must consist of straight line segments 1. No district may contain an inside angle of greater than 180 degrees 1. No district may have a major axis greater than 1.5 times its minor axis I chose the 1.5 number as a starting point. Do the above three restrictions effectively eliminate the tetris/dragon style maps?

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When I go to the programming forum, the banner says "Join the Programming Group Chat - 188 members are chatting as of 20 Hours Ago", yet when I go there I see Dani was there Friday morning and bookday502 was there Dec 7. Where exactly are these 188 members who were chatting 20 hours ago?

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Why is it that when nine innocent Americans get shot and killed by gangs in Mexico, Tom Cotton says the US should basically invade Mexico and clean thisi mess up. But when 40,000+ (2018) get killed by guns in the US the GOP just shrugs its collective shoulders and say "there's nothing we can do"? Never mind. I already know the answer to that.

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i recently bought a used laptop because my old lap, which btw gets the same BSOD message and has been running linux for over 5 years reacted poorly to my resizing the lvm and gave me hours of dbus I/O sr0 errors. so I saw a dell larrirude on amazon for $93.00. It was running windows 7 pro . It on;y had 1 360 gig drive no webcam and no 10 key. so I thougjt I would download a new linux os for the laptop i killed. but it wasn't booting to any of them. so I found a lightweight …

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