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Comment storage space for screenshots / cloud? (Score 1) 85

Woolim also constantly keeps tabs on what its users are up to. Whenever a user opens an app, the tablet takes a screenshot. These screenshots are then available for viewing in another app, but they can’t be deleted.
So this would suggest that the self-filling of the storage with screenshots is inevitable. Sort of like a disposable tablet then? Whenever it fills up with screenshots you submit it for analysis and they give you a new one, lol?

Comment Doom and ammaount of RAM (Score 1) 351

I remember not being able to run protected mode sutff, due to hot having a 386, but only a 286 machine ha ha! Then I got a 386 SX with no co-processor and only 2 MB of ram...Had a custom autoexec.bat and config.sys that allowed me to choose weather i want extended or expanded memory upon startup - if i held down the SHIFT key it would load the ammound above 640 KB as extended (himem.sys) and otherwise as expanded (emm386.exe), cause not all cames could make use of both types of "extra" RAM. When DOOM came out I had 2MB of total ram and i remember reading in a magazine that the game will require 4 MB of RAM just to run? Ha ha and I had 2 MB available, despite all my 'hacks'!

Comment Re:Beat nightmare mode (Score 1) 351

My friend was a fanatic on hex editing saved games for Dune 2- he would do a small change save again and incpect the changed pieces in the saved game file. Interestingly enough it didnt break the saved games, and there was no hash/crc checking of sorts, so the game just loaded whatever was n the saved game files. This way we were able to have Harkon Devastator tanks made like static buindings and having static land turrets mnoving like infantry. Also the obligatory resource hacking+++

Comment I thought this was already available? (Score 1) 125

One of the trackers I use that is relatively small but has been offering p2p "clientless" torrent streaming via the web browser for some time. They do use a custom BHO plugin though for the client part. Never tried it tbh, but speeds here are always 10MB/s+, if enough peers are available, that is.

Comment A "TRUE SAFE place on the net" - utopic & fict (Score 1) 180

I always thought that a site that promises true anonymity and has a lucrative set of transparent terms and services for not tracking its users seemed more like a honeypot made by Big Brother. E.g. when Hushmail was the big deal of the day i got paranoid it might be funded by the NSA, and i don't even have to hide anything. My online footprint is pretty-much unique and if someone wants he could easily track me etc. "Hushmail, a longtime provider of encrypted web-based email, markets itself by saying that "not even a Hushmail employee with access to our servers can read your encrypted e-mail, since each message is uniquely encoded before it leaves your computer." But it turns out that statement seems not to apply to individuals targeted by government agencies that are able to convince a Canadian court to serve a court order on the company." Also Lastpass and the like - i am afraid of a breach.... I prefer off cloud storing of the kdbs files and manually syncing them or sync them via Drop box, or other third parity cloud service.

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