You make far fewer English mistakes, dear lady, than most of our native speakers who post here. The language is difficult, as is German, and most people are too lazy to perfect their skills in either language. Well, I should temper that by saying that most Americans are too lazy to bother learning their own language - I don't really know how dedicated most Europeans are, but most have impressed me and shown me how narrow my expections are of my fellow man. Thanks for finally posting an image of you - you're an incredible beauty in addition to being very smart. The young guys here should be plaguing you with emails proposing all sorts of things; get a good spam filter. It's smart, beautiful, friendly women like you that make me wish I was twenty years younger.
Write your book, young lady; you have the knowledge, and the excellent English skills to be a success. I'll be looking for your name on my local bookshelf.
BTW - Congratulations on your successful installation. I had my students install the Knoppix version of Linux last week, and I was very impressed. The Linux OS is going to become a very significant player in the market soon, I think. The desktop GUIs available for it are becoming quite good, and all versions I've played with are quite stable.
Boredom, Bull$^%&, Baggage, Bar - all start with 'B' Coincidence?
Mein Deutsch ist schrecklich, also für das Sprechen meiner Muttersprache danke!
Thanks for the highly interesting .NET project.
Best wishes with 'nixing. I think that you will eventually see the wisdom of not being locked into a single vendor (M$) who is trying to hold the entire Earth hostage. The Open Source movement needs people like you!
So, when are you going to convert it to Java Swing? (-;
Tschüß für jetzt.............Richard (part-time Sourceforge.net contributor)
I don't understand what you mean.
You need code alright. But...
- Which code?
- Why do you assume I have it?
- Why can't you use Google to find an open source project?
- Why can't you post your replies in one thread?
- Why do you shout at me?
If I had code for phase shifting stego, I'd have published an article about it.
I stopped working on phase shifting, because I didn't get along with shifting whole PCM samples. It worked, but the results sounded like terrible white-noise mixed into the MP3. Last year I decided to go to university for six or seven years, learn the backgrounds of math and waves (and by the way, get a bachelor degree in computer science), and then start another approach to MP3 stego.
As you're in a hurry, you'd better ask somebody else.
This statement is false.
the sie doesn't contain anything new, it's just another layout and language
The "Beginner's" link links to my old homepage, where I used to put all my programming-ideas which I never finished myself...
Do you really mean what you say - you would translate a few articles to spanish?
That is wonderful!
I do not know any Spanish, so I won't be able to read your translation... I speak only English and German (and once I knew Latin )
I think I'll have to add a page "Heroes of binary universe"...
I really mean it!!!...
Send me all the stuff you want to translate into spanish and I'll do it...
send them to email@example.com
...and visit my JUG site...the name is GreenJUG
It's totally in spanish, but I want you to visit our initiative...
BTW: There's no clear scientific defintion of "time", so you can't tell what time really is, and that means if somebody cares about time, he cares about things he doesn't understand...
As you can see, i'm interested more in science than in life itself Haven't read much about other countries (except Japan. I admire japanese culture...well, only as far as know it). A few years ago i had to read a book about Algeria (for school), at least geographically that's quite close to Egypt
Greetz from CeBIT-City,
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