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Ummm seem to be having a problem getting to PCMod Kingdom. I can see the whole Flash intro but then I just get a page cannot be displayed error.

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Finally!! It's been awhile and I've been busy. But finally I have a TechTalkGal bio for PCModKingdom!!

TechTalkGal currently attends Hofstra University with a major in Computer Science (B.S. degree) and a minor in BCIS (Business Computer Information Systems). She considers herself a C++ programmer and works well in Linux, Windows, as well as Mac platforms.

TechTalkGal's PCs ...


Gigaputie - AMD Athlon XP 1900+ 512MB DDR Ram - Windows XP Pro
Codaputie - Intel Pentium 4 1.8 Ghz 512MB DDR Ram - Red Hat Linux
Portaputie - Sony Vaio laptop (Intel Pentium III 650) - Windows 98 SE
Dormputie - (dorm room) Apple iMac 800 MHz 512MB Ram 17" widescreen LCD - Mac OS X (Jaguar 10.2)

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Is the BIO gone on PC MOD KINGDOM v3.5 ahhhhh Tek your in some trouble buddy you know how much I loved to read my BIO. I loved to wake up and read my BIO every morning now I cant!!!

haha jk man but seriously put back at least my BIO I have the urge of reading it seriously... haha

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TechTalkGal's PCs ...

Gigaputie - AMD Athlon XP 1900+ 512MB DDR Ram - Windows XP Pro
Codaputie - Intel Pentium 4 1.8 Ghz 512MB DDR Ram - Red Hat Linux
Portaputie - Sony Vaio laptop (Intel Pentium III 650) - Windows 98 SE
Dormputie - (dorm room) Apple iMac 800 MHz 512MB Ram 17" widescreen LCD - Mac OS X (Jaguar 10.2)

You only have four 'puters?

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Now I've got 5 ...

LilPutie - Intel P4 3ghz with HT technology 1 gig DDR Ram - Windows XP Pro
Below is a post about my systems that I made on a different forum (with some amendments):

My Putieville Home Network:
Linksys router with a cable modem

LilPutie: Windows XP Pro
Intel P4 3.06ghz w/ HT technology
1024 mb PC2600 DDR Ram
Asus P4PE motherboard
2 120 gig 7200rpm WD caviar SE's with 8mb cache striped (raid0 array)
NVidia Geforce4 Ti 4600
Sony DVD+RW drive
hp cd-writer
onboard gigabit nic
on-board sound (not too shabby, hooked up to 4.1 speakers)
SideWinder force feedback 2 joystick
intelliMouse Explorer and Logitech keybd
Sony 18.1" LCD monitor

CodaPutie: RedHat 9
Intel P4 1.8ghz
512 mb PC2100 DDR Ram
Asus P4B266 motherboard
2 60 gig 7200rpm WD caviars
(mostly filled with back-up files from my WinXP pc)
same hp cd-writer as is in my WinXP box
linksys gigabit nic card
SB Live! Platinum sound card (hooked up to 2.1 speakers)
wireless Logitech mouse
same Logitech keybd as my WinXP box
Sony 21" monitor (I'm in love!)
A case that looks like Tux the penguin

PortaPutie: laptop running Win98se
Sony Vaio Z505-JS
ultra-slim model (very lightweight)
650mhz P3 with 256mb RAM
12 gig hdd
on-board everything else
pcmcia dvd drive
12" screen at 1024x768 (you need a magnifying glass)
very rarely used anymore!! (sometimes for taking notes in class)

Network Printers
HP OfficeJet All-in-1 G55xi inkjet printer/scanner/color copier
HP LaserJet 2200d (duplex printing, 19ppm)

DormPutie (at my dorm room at college)
800mhz widescreen iMac
512 mb ram
80 gig hdd
epson printer (the one that apple gives ya for free when you buy a mac)
Harman Kardon speakers
Really nice full-size mac keyboard
Apple Pro speakers (not in use)
Kensington Mac mouse

Old Computer:
AMD Athlon XP 1900+
GA-7DX motherboard
Geforce3 card
leftover when I upgraded my PC
will be built as soon as I get my hands on a case and hdd

[updated]

Dormputie iMac was since renamed iPutie

Now I also have Macputie:
Dual 2 ghz PowerMac G5 (64-bit PPC) tower
2 gigs of DDR400 PC3200 SDRAM
two 250 gig SATA 7200 rpm hard drives, striped in a RAID array
ATI Radeon 9800 Pro graphics
Dual 23" Cinema HD Displays
DVD-R superdrive
Kensington made4mac keyboard
Kensington made4mac wireless Studio Mouse
OS X 10.3 Panther
Harman/Kardon USB speakers with subwoofer
Formac Studio TVR firewire tv tuner & video input & processing
A bunch of mac software including Office X, Adobe Photoshop 7, QuarkXPress 6, Macromedia Studio MX, Toast 6 Titanium & other stuff

Now I'm also on a linksys gigabit switch ;) 1000 mbps!

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What were those four cases and hard drives lying around in your basement?

I hope they aren't just for show...

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Holy crapola. Pardon my french, but Dani, how do you afford those systems on a students income?

(thud.....) Sorry fainted!

I must be doing the wrong line of work. I can only imagine having a P4 3+ Ghz and a G4 4600 and 120GB HDs... two of them even.

Wow!

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Well, she only ordered one 120gb hard drive. Buy.com screwed up and sent her two. ::whoops::

Anyways, somehow shes hiding something from all of us. She has a little more then a student's income. She has a great car: 2003 Acura 3.2 TL Type S, good computers, and a BIG house.

I think she's secretly making millions off the TechTalk banner ads. :-P

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Oh, and I would like to point out that if you consider your "old computer" to be a 1900+, then your view of time is skewed :-P.

My old computer is a Pentium 90mhz PC.

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Oh, and I would like to point out that if you consider your "old computer" to be a 1900+, then your view of time is skewed :-P.

My old computer is a Pentium 90mhz PC.

I have a SGI Indigo with an R3000 33 mhz processor that still runs (yes its branded Control Data but it is indeed a sgi, got it for $20 CDN too), and a sun sparc 1+, this *will* work, if I get ambitious and decide to solder a battery to the nvram. Ahwell, one rainy day.

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This is a bit belated, but congrats to tekmaven for the re-launch of the popular windows site www.bink.nu

Tek was selected by Bink to design the entire back-end for the site's recent portal makeover, which was finally launched a few weeks ago

Head over to bink.nu to see what tek's been up to lately!

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Well, Dani is right. PC Mod Kingdom is now bascially lost into the internet dust - the domain will expire in about 90 days, and I don't think I'm going to renew it.

My new baby is Bink.nu - your spot for the latest computer news (with that great Microsoft skew ;) )

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Random question. On bink.nu, it says:
most viewed thread is blah
and most read thread is blah blah

What's the difference between viewing a thread and reading a thread?

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