VIDEOPAC.ORG FORUMS

Started by ANDYRYALS, November 04, 2008, 10:29:41 PM

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manopac

even I think its time for him to accept that THIS is the videopac-forum now ... trying to create lots of posts in his own forum hoping people would post their is a rather pathetic attempt at ignoring this forum here ...

(that said: I really like the info on his site, I wish he could just accept that THE forum is on a different site now and just link here ...)
sex, lies, and videopac

Rene_G7400

Richard wrote that he will join this forum soon.

Packrat

Yes List, I think I will mostly be posting here, even though I dropped a few things there already (one pointing to here). It is nice to have his site up again, but as you have stated, Richard and his interests are not that stable. Time will tell.

I'll give him credit for bringing the site back up. It has some nice info on it (not the forum, but the site itself).

I can't recall this forum being down more than a day (if ever)! I expect it to be here a long time!  8)

Sweersa

I'm here to stay.  Security is important to me, which is why I use Windows. (hehe)

Seob

oh sweersa, u do feel save with mickeysoft?  :o Maybe it's a false kind of safety you trust. ;)
8 bits of fun

Packrat

Quote from: Sweersa on November 08, 2008, 04:50:00 AM
I'm here to stay.  Security is important to me, which is why I use Windows. (hehe)

Security! Windows!  :P

Sweersa

lol  So long as I keep my backups up to date and update my various security related programs frequently I have a good sense of security.

If I didn't back up...I would feel pretty scared relying on Windows by itself to keep my data around. lol

I am a believer in backing up.  May save one a lot of trouble.

grgh

Worried about your network connections but don't understand firewalls?
Scared about personal files being stolen from your hard disk or through wireless connections?
Concerned about phishing and viruses?
Petrified that you dont have a recent backup?
Hysterical that your operating system may become corrupt?

I use the Philips G7000, all the fun with none of the crap.
http://www.videopac.com/ reborn Dec-07, forever an ongoing project.

ccc---

Quote from: grgh on November 08, 2008, 06:27:00 PM
I use the Philips G7000, all the fun with none of the crap.

With a G7400 + C7420 you could even write your own word processor or spreadsheet, what else would you need? Well, maybe we should write a simple web browser ...

Janzl

Quote from: grgh on November 08, 2008, 06:27:00 PM

I use the Philips G7000, all the fun with none of the crap.


Philips G7000... Intel Inside!  ;D
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Sweersa

Quote from: Janzl on November 08, 2008, 07:41:05 PM
Quote from: grgh on November 08, 2008, 06:27:00 PM

I use the Philips G7000, all the fun with none of the crap.


Philips G7000... Intel Inside!  ;D

lol  And its true!

Rene_G7400

Quote from: ccc--- on November 08, 2008, 07:06:42 PM
With a G7400 + C7420 you could even write your own word processor or spreadsheet, what else would you need? Well, maybe we should write a simple web browser ...

How reliable is your analog cassette recorder?  ;D

C7420 software written by Microsoft.....

Sweersa

I am a Windows fan boy becuase I game a lot and work with applications that are pretty much PC exclusive and such.

All though the newer Apple laptops have caught my attention, for me I would only ever use a lappy for word processing, communication, and web surfing so a mac would be fine for me, and it never hurts to try something new! 

Plus, I can always install Windows on the newer intel based macs, so I have nothing to loose!

Packrat

I forgot that the O2 had Intel inside! Now who is volunteering to create that web browser! :P

Phosphor Dot Fossils

Any web browser should use the "k-k-k-k-k-k-k-k-POW" sound from the Voice from Killer Bees to signify that a page has loaded.