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Comment: Practice tests (Score 1) 92

by PsychoElf (#37966124) Attached to: Grant To Allow Khan Academy To Expand, Build a Physical School
I watched some videos and took some practice tests and my mind immediately started thinking: "He tasks me! He tasks me, and I shall have him! I'll chase him round the Moons of Nibia, and round the Antares Maelstrom, and round perdition's flames before I give him up! Prepare to alter course!"

+ - The Game Whisperer: Salvaging Final Fantasy XIII->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Final Fantasy XIII was released nearly one year ago and since then, little has been going well for Square. Square Enix released a problematic and lackluster Final Fantasy XIV and has needed to patch it several times since. Square also announced a sequel to Final Fantasy XIII due to come out at the end of this year. This announcement comes on the heels of disappointed consumers who are still hoping for something more along the lines of a Final Fantasy VII remake,"
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Comment: Re:I think it's a good question. (Score 1) 249

by PsychoElf (#32763592) Attached to: What To Do With Old 802.11b Equipment?
I've got an N450 Atom netbook that outperforms my old Pentium M 1.5ghz laptop by leaps and bounds. Granted the bus speed is much faster too now, but I can run Firefox with a bunch of tabs, encode a DVD to xvid and preview another DVD iso without everything stuttering. So to the are right on about the Atom. More power and a lot less watts being used. If you have the money, upgrade and follow the three R's for your old junk (junk is ((a))relative).

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