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    Flashback Friday

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    Specialization is for insects. - Heinlein
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    I don't care if the sub-pixels are so small I need TWO magnifying glasses to see them. I want a phone that has longer battery life.

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    Gone where?

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    Gone wiiild. : puts cowboy hat on :

    I may try doin' logo for this. I would see it around retro, pixel-art and stuff's.
    Andy "Krazy" Glew <3 I also like soup.

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    Before flash memory, there was the EPROM...

    Don't forget to include a UV eraser in the photo

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    I never did have a Voodoo.
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    AMD's secrecy about Radeon HD 6000 series should be given an award, I think.
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    I used my Voodoo3 3300 as little as five years ago to play Tribes using Glide. I loved that card.

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    I still have my SLI setup running Two Voodoo 16MB cards with custom Glide drivers for Windows ME to enable higher resolutions and refresh rates. Works 95% of the time for games. I have plenty of old hardware and games in original boxes if anyone is interested in nostalgic photos or material. I still have the buyers guide that came with my Diamond Voodoo card for the revolutionary Rio MP3 player

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    Oh the good old days when Glide, Open GL, and Software Rendering were better than Direct X.

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    http://mphotos.live.com/516c13484497...1223&mkt=en-CA

    I hope this link works, but here's some boxes of goodies I've collected over the years.

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    I had a similarly size box full of components in ESD bags, but I put all of it up on eBay not too long ago. I kind of wish I had kept some of it.

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