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Streaming Web Images onto your Windows Application

, 14 Sep 2004
How to display images from the web on your Windows application.

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Nick Seng
Web Developer
Malaysia Malaysia
Ahh...crap.How do you write a biography? Maybe it's easier to do a faq.Yeah that's it. The Official Nick Seng FAQ!.Updated:12/23/2003



1. Who are you
I'm Nick Seng

2. No,really, who are you?
jeez, I thought I already told you. It's Nick. You really need to pay more attention.

3. Didn't you use to go around with a different name
Who me? Nope. You must be thinking of somebody else.notorious smc

4. What do you do for a living?
I'm a programmer, though my official title is R&D Engineer. What the h*** does that mean anyway? I engineer R&D?? Who comes up with these titles?

5. What do you do in your free time?
Hah, I bet you think I'm gonna say code. Well, I don't. Not much, anyway

6. What else do you do?
Well, I play most indoor games, I like to read books/mags/comics/manga, watch the occasional anime,.....No, wait, I sound too much like a geek.....scrap that. I mean that I go clubbing, date hot supermodels, play professional sports and drive a ferarri. Yeah, that's it.



to be continued.....or not.


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