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Hi guys i just thought it woud be helpfu if i told you the way to get on facebook through other sites. first go to gmail, sign in and when you get to your gmail change your wallpaper to graffiti. i dont know how this heps but it does. Then compose a message to ping pong facebook . type unblockFacebook336 in that exact way. In about 2 minutes they will text back with a link to a pinged facebook site . Click on the link then it will ask you to identify yourself to make sure your not a robot. afrter you identify yourself you can sign in and get to whatever you want to on your facebook account. your welcome in advance if this works come back and say thank you.btwthisisfake

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Hello Siberian. We've chatted a bit about what you wanted and to me the MAP to a drive letter is pretty good to know about.

HOWEVER you have written a bit and in my view you are after a way to mirror files in two locations. Neither map or symbolic links do that.

Let's hope you think all this over and look into sync apps.

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Most of us know how Symbolic links work, they point to another file or folder on the system. Symbolic links don't work with network folders. You can create a symbolic link on a networked folder to point to a local drive. The result is you point the local folder to the network drive, instead of the other way around. I'm looking for a similar method that works, the other way around ?

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If you have forgotten the default admin login for your wi-fi router then http://www.routerpasswords.com/ will have them for you.

If you wanted some kind of help with hacking into a wi-fi network, then you have come to the wrong place I am afraid as DaniWeb does not provide help with illegal acts.

Maybe the best next step would be to clarify exactly what it is you do want and we can take it from there as your question is not clear.

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Data caps? After you download so much data, they either start to charge you extra, or throttle your connection speed. Comcast is one of the worst for this. AT&T does the same, which is why I have a business connection - no caps and no throttling. If I were to have a consumer connection, then there are caps and throttling.

IE, read the fine print on your service agreement, with a magnifying glass!

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Anyway, Marilyn and her daughters are tall (over 6') blond valkeries. They have been there since the 1970's - I was engaged to M before I met my wife. I lived with them when my wife was doing her post-doctoral work at Cornell, working as a consulting engineer. M was a teacher at the local elementary school and I would teach some computer classes to the kids. I would also babysit her kids when I was working from home. They are all grown up now, and are amazing women! That's why it is the House of Bigger Girls! :-)

So, here is her public FB page: https://www.facebook.com/marilyn.scott.79

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Re. EPA - not as bad as it was back 20-30 years ago when I lived there full time. Still, it's reputation lives on! Myself, never had a problem. It is right on the wetland preserves - great for hiking and general getting out into nature. Anyway, that's where I stay when I am out in the Bay Area. Interesting side-note. When I lived there in the 1980's, I was "adopted" into the local black biker gang as their "honorary" honky member! We drank a lot of beer, and nobody around would mess with me! :-)

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I'm a huge cable TV watcher so not someone who plans on cutting the cord. However, with cable service on both coasts now, TWC in NYC now offers online streaming of live TV along with everything on my DVR box. This is new since the Spectrum thing. Might not need to pay for cable TV on the left coast if I can do that.