Forrest Fuqua writes: "I'm Writing to ask what most people use to manage their media, mostly TV Shows, I'm Always losing track of what show I'm on, Also a auto skip those pesky intros are annoying, Right now I'm using a M$ Access DB to keep track so far I've Thought about using AutoIt but have failed, I ask you Slashdot Users, How do you keep track of your shows."
jrwr00 writes: "AMD has started to release their GPU specifications in the open! Right now you can download M56 and RV630 register reference guides for free with no Non-Disclosure Agreement (over 900 pages in total so far). More documents will be delivered shortly."
jrwr00 writes: "TorrentSpy, a popular BitTorrent search engine, was ordered on May 29 by a federal judge in the Central District of California in Los Angeles to create logs detailing users' activities on the site
jrwr00 writes: "I want to start programming, but i dont know what to start with, there are so many to choose, I would like to learn one that is powerful but easy to use, also cross-platform, I want to be able to write code for OSX Win32 and Linux, And also, if possable to be free, and open sourced, I dont plan on learning in a day or two, maybe under a year would be nice.. So i ask you the Slashdot readers, What Programming Language would you sugguest to a new programmer"
jrwr00 writes: "I used to be a coder for Zend until I got laid off three months ago. Now that I have some free time I'd like to spend it finding a way to fight racism. I've thought about rounding up some disgusting people who mislabel files on Kazaa to ban them from the Internet. Do you think this would be helpful? Have any other Slashdotters had any experience in this area, or are most of you just interested in sinking the Bismarck? I'd love to hear your ideas"
jrwr00 writes: "I found this very useful program today, Here is the info from there page, its even got the source! " Panic Button is intended to help people that support end-users, either sysadmins/helpdesks, or those that simply help friends and family. I got the idea after getting frustrated by reports like "I had this error message on my computer. It said that the whatsit had caused a thingy operation". No-one ever wrote down error messages, and could never remember what they said. I tried to teach people how to take screen shots, so that they could send screen shots of error messages, but that didn't work.
So, I wrote Panic Button. The user clicks (or double-clicks) on an icon in the Windows system tray. Panic Button then takes a screen shot, and displays a form where the user can enter some details. When the user clicks the "Send" button, the screen shot is sent to a pre-configured e-mail address as an attachment.