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Old 06-09-2015, 12:46 PM   #1
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Flash Player

I tried to watch a video on Facebook, but it said i needed a "flash player" ..so I got nakid and ran around the house twice..it still didnt work and its cold outside.
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Old 06-09-2015, 01:21 PM   #2
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Ya shoulda read the manual first!


It says clearly to stay at your PC when following the procedure.


These n00bs and their frostbite. Sheesh!
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Old 06-09-2015, 01:31 PM   #3
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Not a newbie. I've had an rv of some sort for 25 years.
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Old 06-09-2015, 01:42 PM   #4
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I was playing on the joke.


I'm a computer professional and I have been abusing users for over 30 years.
Running around OUSTIDE trying to flash the neighbors when most PC's have a built-in camera so you can flash The Whole Internet is a N00B mistake!


So press the button for the built in cup holder and sit back read the manual.
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Not a newbie. I've had an rv of some sort for 25 years.
Me too, but for 29. Hate to talk about that, though. Makes me feel RFO (Real _ Old).

mike837go says he's a computer professional. Wonder if he was ever a "bit flipper"? I did my first bit flipping on a GE (General Electric) 225 computer back in 1967.

I just want to know if yardvarks are those animals with a long snout and a long, sticky tongue that looks like a thick spaghetti noodle that like to eat ants.
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Never used switches w/strobe for data input. Back when REAL MEN like Admiral Hopper were the only ones qualified to use such things?


I came into the scene too late for vacuum tube computers or even all transistor processers.


My first computer had a hex keyboard and 12x20 video out.


Got my feet wet in the microcomputer world: Sol 20, C/PM, Wordstar and Qume printers. Back when 16K RAM was a big deal and double-density 8" floppies held 256KB.
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snip.. Back when REAL MEN like Admiral Hopper were the only ones qualified to use such things?
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You mean Admiral Grace Hopper, correct?
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I also work for a software company as a developer but began my career many years back as a civil engineer. Some days I do pause in amazement when considering my first computational device was a K&E slide rule.

A few years ago I was in a much younger coworker's office, noticed a slide rule on the bookshelf and picked it up. He said he saw it at the flea market and thought it was really cool. As I began putting it through its paces he blurted out, "You actually know how to use that!?!"
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I also work for a software company as a developer but began my career many years back as a civil engineer. Some days I do pause in amazement when considering my first computational device was a K&E slide rule.

A few years ago I was in a much younger coworker's office, noticed a slide rule on the bookshelf and picked it up. He said he saw it at the flea market and thought it was really cool. As I began putting it through its paces he blurted out, "You actually know how to use that!?!"
Back in the day, I was taking some night courses in electronics and FORTRAN at a community college. Of course they had electronic, 4-function calculators in the display case next to the slide rules. A major difference was that the very good slide rules were chained to to the display case but the calculators were not!
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