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GeneralHow good & convenient is Ubuntu these days? Pinmemberswampwiz31-Dec-13 17:42 
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GeneralCodeProject's Bob wakes up in Bangkok on New Year's Day PinmemberBillWoodruff31-Dec-13 16:20 
Ten hours into 2014 here at GMT +0700.
 
Bob is ... errr ... rather the worse for wear this am, but I'm taking him for some local coffee that is also used to tan leather, and cure psoriasis, and he asks me to tell you that he's having a great time in the Land of Smiles, and he's sure ... if he could remember it ... that he had a sensational New Year's Eve [^].
“I'm an artist: it's self evident that word implies looking for something all the time without ever finding it in full. It is the opposite of saying : 'I know all about it. I've already found it.'
 
As far as I'm concerned, the word means: 'I am looking. I am hunting for it. I am deeply involved.'”
 
Vincent Van Gogh

GeneralRe: CodeProject's Bob wakes up in Bangkok on New Year's Day PinmemberRoger Wright31-Dec-13 20:36 
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QuestionHow do you guys study programming books? PinmemberThat New Guy31-Dec-13 15:57 
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AnswerRe: How do you guys study programming books? PinprofessionalPIEBALDconsult31-Dec-13 17:22 
GeneralRe: How do you guys study programming books? PinmemberSeptimus Hedgehog31-Dec-13 20:26 
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AnswerRe: How do you guys study programming books? PinmvpChristian Graus31-Dec-13 21:17 
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GeneralRe: How do you guys study programming books? PinmemberThat New Guy1-Jan-14 11:23 
GeneralRe: How do you guys study programming books? PinprotectorMarc Clifton2-Jan-14 3:44 
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GeneralHave you ever used a Diffie? PinprotectorMarc Clifton31-Dec-13 7:39 

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