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[Ion]

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Why do you want it to show returning members differently? IMO, it could just introduce more confusion
 
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Why do you want it to show returning members differently? IMO, it could just introduce more confusion
I don't. You see, you are not grasping the extent of my mental infirmity. For some reason (I have no idea why BTW), I had this idea that "new" meant ONLY people who had never been a part of the team. :shadedshu

{sigh}
 
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He means this:

mobius bands deeply resemble the true nature of the universe, if you know what im talking about;)
 
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He means this:
http://www.no-alternative.net/moebius_strip_II.jpg
mobius bands deeply resemble the true nature of the universe, if you know what im talking about;)
I was basically ripping off 2001 - a space odyssey - that was one proposed diagnoses for HAL. The engineers thought he might be caught in a mobius loop although they never really explained how that related to his AI.

In my case, I think I'm making progress on something but in reality, i'm caught in a loop - it's just not obviously a loop until you step back and look at what's going on. I really suck at stepping back and trying to observe.

Thanks for the graphic. :toast:
 
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I remember that figure, is commonly used in calculus...

the normal vector (gradient) on the path of that surface changes its sense of orientation in every single loop... that's why the ants walk normally and then upside down when they go across same point
 

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I was basically ripping off 2001 - a space odyssey - that was one proposed diagnoses for HAL. The engineers thought he might be caught in a mobius loop although they never really explained how that related to his AI.

In my case, I think I'm making progress on something but in reality, i'm caught in a loop - it's just not obviously a loop until you step back and look at what's going on. I really suck at stepping back and trying to observe.

Thanks for the graphic. :toast:
We watched that in school--terrible, terrible movie. So little happened :ohwell:
 
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We watched that in school--terrible, terrible movie. So little happened :ohwell:
Well, you're probably accustomed to movies like Die Hard where you have shit blowing up every other scene. You'll just have to trust me when I say it's an all time classic. Stanley Kubrick did an amazing job on that film. It's one of the few where I've read the book and seen the movie and it was faithful to the book.
 

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Well, you're probably accustomed to movies like Die Hard where you have shit blowing up every other scene. You'll just have to trust me when I say it's an all time classic. Stanley Kubrick did an amazing job on that film. It's one of the few where I've read the book and seen the movie and it was faithful to the book.
Never actually seen that. I don't really watch movies.

Back on the subject of crunching, my hope to do the auto-report tweak on all of the computers today over lunch failed, the lab was closed so that a class could take a test in there.

Maye tomorrow, we'll see
 
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I'm going to see if I can put the i7 together today. Still have a few other high priority tasks to take care of though.

Finally had to break down and get a new KVM - so I got 2 - one that can handle 2 monitors on 2 computers for the 24" Samsungs in my office and one for the home theater room machines.
 

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So you have an i7 just waiting to be built? What are you waiting for? :p

Maybe you can get more than just ass-pie now :)
 
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So you have an i7 just waiting to be built? What are you waiting for? :p

Maybe you can get more than just ass-pie now :)
Yeah, I don't really care one way or the other. I want to get it running for the team challenge but once it's built, I'm taking down the Q9450 anyway - probably the 9750 too. Although I might get the gf to bring over the old laptop which means the i7 for be free for another purpose. I'll have to see if I like it as much as the X6's. The Q9450 was always a pain in my ass but that might have been the motherboard. It always worked but could get squirrely at times - and that was just at stock. Maybe those chips have to be oc'd to be able to appreciate them. IDK.
 
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If anyone has some DDR2 800 2x2GB kits sitting around, I might be interested in purchasing them.
 

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I have a 2x2GB kit in the X4 that I could sell :)

IDK why, but my points seem to be way down recently. Maybe it's just that HPF2 and CEP2 don't give as good of PPD as C4CW, but I don't think it would be that different. I've added C4CW back in to the mix to see. My best guess is that the two new projects simply aren't validating as quickly :ohwell:

One of my PentDC crunchers is having net issues, so I've set the buffer on it to 8 days so it doesn't run out of work again--and now I'll only have to deal with it once a week or so :)
 
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I'll let you know if I end up needing those or not Ion.
 
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Hello fellas,

I know I've been gone for a bit, just been extremely busy. I probably won't be on much if on at all till about Sunday or next week. But so far I haven't forgotten about you guys and did get one thing done. :)

-The badges are fixed! (Thanks W1z) I no longer have five stars, now I have two which is correct. :toast: If you guys notice anything wrong let me know. Here are the requirements again for your easy guidance:

badge + 1 star - 500
badge + 2 stars - 2,000
badge + 3 stars - 4,500
badge + 4 stars - 8,000
badge + 5 stars - 12,000 or greater

Apart from this, I have a few things to get going this weekend. I need to wrap up a PC repair that is taking the space of my 3rd dedicated cruncher/folder. Once I do that, I can get that rig going.

I have a HDD that texbill sent me since the one he originally sent to me died, so he got me a replacement. I also received the two GTS 250's I got from BUCK so I'll be switching some hardware around as well. Busy weekend but it'll be worth it, I'll see you guys soon. :toast:
 
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Awesome stuff CP, have fun with the hardware changes. :D
 

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New badges cool, it's nice that not everyone has 5 stars now :p

Makes the 5 stars all the more special :)

I'm going to be leaving town Monday, but everything bar my 2 laptops should still be going--benefits of having most of my PPD production outsourced :D
 
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Great ... even when I lost some stars :)
 

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Any chance you'll be able to bring another rig or two online and get a 3rd star?
 
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sorry havent been on for awhile and my ppd has been low for the last couple weeks due to one my rig being down just got some family issues going on ill get up and running as soon as i able
 

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Hey bro, no problem, we're all busy sometimes and we all do what we can :)

I've been doing my best to make up the slack in the mean time :roll:
 
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Hey bro, no problem, we're all busy sometimes and we all do what we can :)

I've been doing my best to make up the slack in the mean time :roll:
ic that u been the most pie eater lately :laugh: gj bud :toast:
 
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Any chance you'll be able to bring another rig or two online and get a 3rd star?
Yes....on monday I will set up 2 Linux servers (in a VMWare ESX Server with 8 cores and 32 GB mem)
just dedicated to WCG ... hope that it will get me my lost stars back :rolleyes:
 
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ic that u been the most pie eater lately :laugh: gj bud :toast:
Thanks....50 new cores does a lot :roll:
Yes....on monday I will set up 2 Linux servers (in a VMWare ESX Server with 8 cores and 32 GB mem)
just dedicated to WCG ... hope that it will get me my lost stars back :rolleyes:
Wow, that's very awesome!

I'm hoping that I may be able to get the servers @ school going over the weekend & non school-hours, but I'm not so sure what the chance of that is :ohwell:
 
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