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    style.left DHTML Issue

    I'm building a web application for a modified WRT-54G that takes available GPS position and puts it on a map image. I have already figured out the image, transforming my GPS information into coordinates for the image, getting the GPS information, etc...basically it is all done, but it has an...
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    Odd WEP Passphrase Implementation in AirPort Extreme...possible security issue?

    I've been googling around to see if anyone else noticed this issue, but I'm only getting results from my other forum posts regarding this. Anyways, here is the deal...I thought that the [H] should know about it... This deals with the Apple AirPort Extreme (54n?) that my dad just bought, but...
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    Searching for a Replacement Fuse

    Does anybody know where to get ahold of a fuse for a Vantec Stealth 520w Power Supply? It is one of those really small fuses...I don't know the exact dimensions or the type of fuse it is, but it has a current rating of 10 amps. The original fuse blew for an unknown reason - I just woke up to...
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    Any Photography Bloggers?

    In the past we had people post up their DeviantArt galleries...somewhere burried in the pages of this forum... But I didn't see "blog" turn up in a search... So...who here has a photography blog? At least semi-regularly updated...? Here is mine @ the somewhat new PhotogBlog...
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    Digital Camera CCD Advisory Notice(s) Inside!

    I was browsing the dpreview main page and noticed a lot of news articles that said the same thing: "Company xyz issues CCD advisory notice." There were some foul ups in the production of CCD imaging chips between Oct. 2002 - Mar. 2004 and a few models may expirence problems. So far no DSLR's...
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    First College Volleyball :: UI v Nevada (1MB of pics)

    I just got my Canon 20d this week, and managed to get a volleyball assignment from my paper. It worked out well, the high ISO capabilities of this camera are definately better than my Canon 300d (which also returned from a Canon Repair Center this week), and most definately better than the...
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    JV Football - Moscow vs Bonners Ferry (56k Caution)

    Some pictures from a football game a while back. Taken with Digital Rebel 300d & Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 lens. The 300d is currently in for repairs so I'm without a body until my new (used) 20d gets here from Texas... 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7...
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    September 2005 Auroras

    Well the aurora season has jump started itself this weekend. Aurora Borealis was seen as far down as Arizona on Saturday. Unfortunately I decided to go to sleep and missed out. So I tried to make up for it Sunday. Sunday was weak in my area (Moscow, Idaho) so I only managed to get these...
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    The Rest of my Sunday Drive-By Shootings (11 pics, 928KB)

    This continues from my last thread, except this time the theme is not "signs." :p Again, this is from the previous Sunday while sitting in the passenger seat of a car with my Canon Digital Rebel (300d) and Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 DG sticking out of the window. The area photographed is...
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    Signs of my Sunday Drive-By Shootings (17 pics, 1.36MB)

    This Sunday I did some drive-by shooting with my Canon Digital Rebel (300d) and Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 DG lens. I have enough images that I could probably make a series from them (either "Drive-By" or "Shotgun"), but today I decided to show off the some of the various signs I came across on...
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    A Night Time Panorama...

    This is a recent panorama that I did of my small city of Moscow, Idaho. Before I add it to my site map and make it live, I've been showing it off. So I decided that before I finalize the page on my site I thought I'd drop it by [H] for a preview. Click for link to Zoomify...
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    Examining Details (ATI Snap! Share! Win! Contest)...

    You may have seen the ATI Snap! Share! Win! Photo Contest on the front page of the OCP. I decided to persue the terms and see what happens to our entries according to the rules that are probably legally-biding... Obviously I am posting this because I am find some disturbing trends in these...
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    Cruisin’ the Eastside 10 (8 car pictures)

    I had about 20 minutes avaliable before work on Saturday morning. So I took out my camera and snapped a few pictures of this car show that managed to sneak up on me. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 My server may go down due to...
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    Not Your Average Highway Vehicles... (10 img, 833kb)

    From a local event earlier this week (Theme: "Old Timers Parade" -- but they never seem to look at the camera, haha)... I should have purchased a 50mm f/1.8 Mark II by now, but I used my 85mm f/1.8 for these. So the angle I had to approach these shots to get stuff in the frame wasn't that...
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    Spider Eat Spider World...

    I decided to just go and get a +4, +2, and +1 diopter set for some macro work. The quality isn't as good as a real macro lens but I can live with it. My largest problem is that on my 85mm f/1.8, focusing is nearly impossible because the diopters induce a lot of weird artifacts at that f-stop...
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    The Double-Arm Barn Door Tracker...

    The barn door tracker is basically a device that lets your camera (or telescope, etc) follow the stars as the Earth rotates. The double-arm barn door tracker is an improvement on the design to eleminate tangental errors as the arm opens so the sky can be accurately followed for up to 2 hours...
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    A Few From Tonight (Stars)

    ISO 100, f/1.8, 320 second exposure, 85mm "Moon Rise" -- ISO 100, f/2.0, 5 second exposure, 85mm Section of the Big Dipper (hey, there's even a shooting star in the top right corner - what luck!) ISO 800, f/1.8, 5 second exposure, 85mm These are just the ones that look good (so...
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    Track Meets

    Here are a few pictures from my collection of track images this season. I thought I had more, but I couldn't find them. Not in any order, but I think these pictures are an improvement over my first couple of meets (more keepers, etc). If there is more to improve on, let me know. Cheers. #...
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    From Scratch -- Project :: Duallie Woodie

    Nope, this isn't going to be a wooden car, roller coaster, or climbing wall. :p Introduction: Project Duallie Woodie is what I've decided will be my semester project in my woodshop class. The goal of this case (other than getting a good grade in the class) is to improve the performance of...
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    "My Town" (Link to panorama w/ flash-interface)

    I shot (and printed) this panorama because I wanted to enter something big into my school's arts fest. At 12x96 inches, I didn't see anything rivaling it's size. And it sure kept the attention of a lot of people debating where their houses were in it... :) "Moscow, ID" -- Panorama by...
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    Historic Church (Oldest Standing Lutheran Church in Idaho)

    From a plaque nailed to the structure: 1) The Oldest Standing Lutheran Church In Idaho 2) As of August 8, 1995, Cordelia Lutheran Church is on the National Registar of Historic Places 3) Tombstone of John P. Larson. 4) Tombstone of Henry Rokke (& Wife?) 5) "140 Feet North...
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    Let's Benchmark Our SMP Systems

    The Overclocking & Cooling forum has its own benchmarks, but those are geared towards single CPU systems. A few months ago when I built my first new SMP system (Had a Dell PowerEdge Dual P3 Server before it) I found the clibench SMP benchmark. So, let's put together our System Specs & run...
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    A Few Reverse-Tele Macros

    I needed some material for my English project, for a cover and filler material, and it needed to fit the theme of my project, "Perspectives" (which has been about cameras and photography subjects mainly, and also a couple of poems that show life and view points) so I decided the most interesting...
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    HS Basketball (56K Caution)

    I've been having tons of fun with my Canon Digital Rebel (300d) with my 85mm f/1.8 lens. I've shot a lot of basketball for my high school's yearbook (although my section is officially hockey; I can't find the team playing *any* home games). I'm also shooting basketball for my town's...
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    Minolta SLR Lens Help Please

    My dad is letting me play with his Minolta X700 SLR from the 1980's, and after I get the batteries and everything replaced, flash units checked out, etc., I'm going to use some film from my school to play with it, and also develop it, without spending a load of cash on film and development...
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    SCSI HDD Connector Help (Inside <100kb)

    Hello, I need help figuring out what SCSI drives are compatible with my Dell PowerEdge 4300 -- I'm not very familiar with SCSI. I had about 4-5 18GB HDDs, but only 2-3 of them are still "alive." From what I understand, there are 50 and 68 pin SCSI adapters, but there would also be a power...
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    Doubtful Current Dually Will Ship - Help Build Another

    Okay, I've waited over 2 weeks now on NewEgg.com to process my order and ship. If I get no notification by tomorrow I'm going to call them (already dropped off of the website order status - over 15 days old) to cancel the order and refund my money. I'm really dissapointed with how they are...
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    Will my (450watt) PSU survive in a Dually AMD System?

    I am going to be getting my computer from NewEgg sometime next week. (Specs provided in Takaman's calculator link) I did the very slow payment method... Anyways, I have a 450 watt Rhycom PSU. (My friend gave it to me, it came with his $30 case...) It delivers: +3.3 - 26A +5 - 35A +12 -...
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    F@H Service Installer (Local)

    I have finished my Folding@Home Service Installer. It is a pretty simple program, and I made it very easy to use. After you have configured Folding@Home on the machine you want it set as a service on, simply "Drag-and-Drop" it onto this, and it is added into the Services list. Running this...
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