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New Geek Group Video! - Explosions, Fun with Dry Ice [Jan. 2nd, 2007|09:18 pm]
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94 in 06 [Dec. 31st, 2006|10:54 pm]
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bchsbunny2005
I read 94 books this year (not including re-reads), I hope to get to 100+ next year.

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Seriously.. Try it. [Mar. 23rd, 2006|01:11 pm]
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mentalward
[Current Mood |geekygeeky]
[Current Music |The Birth of a Castastrophe by With Broken Wings]

This week I got to attended the Computer in Libraries 2006 conference by InfoToday in DC. I shortly realized that I am truly a geek because I work with computers in a library. :oP

Here is a geeky link for you all to try curtsey of the Computer in Libraries conference. A french company called Exalead as created an amazing search engine that uses intutive thinking. Which means if you enter the word or phrase it will give you a range for related topics, then you can sort them based on type of file and/or catergory the website is listed under. My favorite features are the Phonetic search (sense I am a HORRIBLE speller) and the quick view/thumbnail of the website (excellent for the visual memory). When you click on the webpage it will give you a quick view of the page, then show you where all the words from your search are in the page. EXCELLENT tool! Seriously. Check it out.

Unfortunately, you only have the web based search, but it can be used for your computer and network drives. Excellent neat tool.
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REALbasic [Mar. 20th, 2006|12:08 pm]
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fleshn2gear
Does anyone here have any experience with REALbasic? I am looking for something quick to learn to create some basic programs (don't have the time to learn or need the power of something like C++). Or if you aren't familiar with it, does anyone have any recommendations for something that doesn't have a giant learning curve attached to it? Thanks!
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Hi, d20 torrent site? [Jan. 20th, 2006|01:32 pm]
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strawberryxlove
Hey there, I remember finding a small torrent site dedicated to D&D and other d20 gaming e-books...I downloaded a few from it but my harddrive crashed and I don't remember the url. I was wondering if anyone here knew it? Let me know, thanks!
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Free Download of Agatha Christie e-books [Jan. 13th, 2006|01:34 am]
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blaine4evercool
[Current Mood |creativecreative]

After careful scrutiny and searching I have found a useful site for downloading free e-books of Harry Potter, Agatha Christie and Spiderman

The site is Afrin's Lair

This is comparatively a good site and inorder to download the ebooks you have to click the Downloads and Cool Links on the left side bar!

Easy download and reading.
Enjoy!
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(no subject) [Oct. 28th, 2005|09:46 am]
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fish_go_pook
Star Wars reference on BOB and bob the other day, to mark the ending of I harth darth...

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The other strips are pretty funny too, been doing a bunch of film references in the past few days :)

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