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I was on the internet recently when i stumbled upon this. http://www.gannon.tk/~hk47/billsux.jpeg If I tried to explain the story it would suck so i'm going to quote a website. Time Magazine reports an interesting case of high-tech graffiti. It seems that a couple of Intel engineers working on the d...
- Tue Sep 14, 2004 1:37 pm
- Forum: Forum 42
- Topic: What are the odds of this happining?
- Replies: 12
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OK just to clear this up I'll tell you how it works... 1. The odds of getting 911 on any day is 1 in 999 (because there is 999 posible numbers to chose from.) 2. The odds of the number being 911 on 9/11 is 1 in 364635 (because 999 * 365 (the days of the year) = 364635) <= This is what Gannon was tal...
WOW! I can't believe it I was on that site today, and i was going to post something about it tomorrow, but i guess you beat me to it! :D Actually regarding the subject, I cant wait until those go into production! It'll be the Super Joy of Atari, and hopefully when it comes out it will have the nessa...
On Ebay 423 pin mobo's are pretty cheap... for only 15 bucks they cant be that good... :| But any way maybe getting a new mobo off Ebay would be cheaper (if they worked...) Heres a link => http://computers.listings.ebay.com/Motherboards-for-Desktop-PC_Socket-423-Motherboard_W0QQsacategoryZ44942QQsoc...
- Sun Aug 15, 2004 11:24 am
- Forum: 1980's Gaming
- Topic: Parts list (clearification)
- Replies: 2
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From Digikey I used part U262R102B-ND (Pot's) and part OD220J-ND (Resistors). They worked perfectly, though unfortunatly I bought the wrong +5 volt regulator. I fryed mine. :( Make sure your 7805 can handle the amps on your battery! But anyway the parts worked. (By the way it dosn't matter if you us...
- Wed Aug 04, 2004 2:22 pm
- Forum: Portable Screen Hacking
- Topic: Funky Screen-Controller thingy
- Replies: 32
- Views: 14283
Just a thought but couldn't you run bith the portable guts AND the screen over the screens power sorce? It has a ac adapter which wold give the screen 12v or some thing, and 12v is good for both a 7505 AND a 7508, so... couldn't it be done?