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[LaW]Maverick

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About [LaW]Maverick

  • Birthday 03/20/1983

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  1. [LaW]Maverick

    CS:GO Release Date and Price

    The more I play of the beta (after this last update) the more excited I am to play it with my GC family. It will be a pleasure shooting you all in a CS:GO server. :-) I forgot how crappy a lot of other community servers are compare to ours.
  2. [LaW]Maverick

    CS:GO Release Date and Price

    Apparently I don't have permission to view it :-(
  3. [LaW]Maverick

    CS:GO Release Date and Price

    Stutters, you're so kind. So, I want to actually PLAY on a GC server this weekend!!! What are we waiting for, hmmm? Also, I agree with others here, the last update REALLY made this game kick a lot of arse. I'm just really glad that they fixed the horrible, no good, dirty, rotten scoreboard.
  4. [LaW]Maverick

    CS:GO Release Date and Price

    OK, I see that we apparently have a server, but I can't find it. Someone please help me as I am too lazy to comb the forums :-)
  5. [LaW]Maverick

    SharePoint

    No error. Turns out that, although I'm the one entering all of the articles into SP, I don't have permisson to delete files that are uploaded. Makes perfect sense...
  6. [LaW]Maverick

    SharePoint

    GJ ZD...now, if you could just come here and show us how to use SP, I'd be happy. I can't find any way to delete docs that I've uploaded now, which is driving me insane. We're not pulling and publishing articles directly from SP to the web, but rather uploading them to SalesForce (which is awful), then publishing them. It is quite the process, and it's driving me nuts. :-(
  7. [LaW]Maverick

    SharePoint

    ZD, is 2010 vastly improved? SharePoint is something we're integrating now where I work and it freaking sucks. I mean, there is virtually nothing intuitive about it. We're attempting to use it to track help articles for our new help system, and it's a huge pain. Here's an example: There is an article index, which is basically an informational database that tells you all about an article, like when it was produced, who has worked on it, and what the current status is. That's all great, but I can't CHECK OUT THE ARTICLE FROM THERE! That makes no sense! Instead, I have to click on the article list, find the matching document, check it out, then go back and update the information in the database. That's just ridiculous. I don't know if it's SharePoint, or the people that set it up for our project, but it's frustrating as hell.
  8. [LaW]Maverick

    Archos 70 Android Tablet for sale

    Also, this is a like-new tablet. I've only been using it for a couple of months.
  9. [LaW]Maverick

    Archos 70 Android Tablet for sale

    Cortex A8 processor. I'm running UrukDroid 1.0 on it right now, but it typically runs Froyo. There will be a Gingerbread update to it, but it doesn't have the cahones for Honeycomb. The A8 is the same exact processor that is in the Galaxy Tab. The Galaxy tab has a slightly better GPU, but I get solid performance out of this thing (running emulators takes a lot of juice). The screen is capacitive, and it has full HD HDMI out. The USB port can be used for standard peripherals if you buy a USB host cable for it (microSD). It has a kickstand, which just rocks. Also, it has support for more codecs than most any other protable device I've seen (I regularly watch mkv files on it, for example). For detailed specs, go here: http://www.archos.com/products/ta/archos_70it/specs.html?country=us&lang=en It's pretty thin, and despite being inexpensive the build quality feels pretty solid to me. The kickstand is plastic and feels like it might be flimsy when you open it, but I use it all the time without trouble. My one real complaint about the device is the way they partition the internal 8GB of memory and the fact that they aren't up to an ext4 file system yet. That's why I'm using UrukDroid--it repartitions the application space on the 8GB internal memory so you have room for a crap-load more apps and uses ext4. As a side note, to be 100% honest, installing UrukDroid does void the warranty, so this doesn't have one. However, there is a pretty awesome community of people for the 101 and 70 (both basically the same tablet with different size screens) here: http://forum.archosfans.com/ They also develop UrukDroid and some other stuff over at XDA. Let me know if you want to know anything else about it! Edit: Cortex A8 = 1 ghz (I have mine clocked at 1.2, I think)
  10. I am likely going to sell my Archos 70 Android tablet because I'm getting a fancier tablet as a gift (ASUS Transformer). The Archos 70 is pretty sweet though. I use it mostly for SNES/NES/PSX emulation and reading comics and eBooks. It's a good little device, and if you're looking for a cheap Android tablet, it's a good way to go. Anyway, if anyone is interested, I was thinking of selling it for $150. PM me!
  11. [LaW]Maverick

    Does anyone still play CS:S?

    a lot of us old-school people have started playing again--I've been out for about a week because I started a new job and was out of town--but I'll be playing again this week!
  12. Completely off-subject: Where is Fatty now-a-days?
  13. [LaW]Maverick

    Stupid Computer

    I recently upgraded from a C2D clocked at 3.1 ghz to an i7 1366 chip. I just got a ridiculously high end motherboard (ASUS Rampage III) and the new i7, plus 6 GB of DDR3. Man, the system flies. I notice a difference in both Windows 7 and gaming, and I didn't change out my 8800 GTX. The difference in gaming isn't massive, but it's definitely there. For instance, I now run CS:S at 299 fps no matter what's going on, whereas, before, I'd run it at 70 to 160. Crysis plays a bit better, and the system loads faster. Most of the cost was in Christmas gift cards though, so that's the only reason I bought an (at the time) $300 motherboard (actually, my father-in-law bought me the motherboard straight out). For gaming, right now, the 1366 chipset is actually a hair better than Sandy Bridge...that being said, Sandy Bridge is better in just about every other category--but last I checked, 1366 was about the same price as an i5 SB setup, and a 1366 i7 is likely better (for gaming) than an SB i5. Just some food for thought.
  14. This was an awesome idea, by the way--GG FK Also, Storekeeper---when I manage to retire some time in the far distant future (because social security will be gone), I intend to game like it's my job! I'm jealous you're closer to that than I am!
  15. [LaW]Maverick

    Hi, <3 M2

    M2 is alive?
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