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Tuesday, July 30th, 2002
12:48a
"Wipe Info uses hexadecimal values to wipe files. This provides more security than wiping with decimal values." -- Norton SystemWorks 2002 Manual

current mood: amused

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1:28a - important questions
Should I get a Lian-Li PC-75 with window (halfway down the page), or a Lian Li PC-70 without?

(I don't want the black Lian Li PC-71. I think black looks kinda dumb :P)

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3:11p
I suppose the *main* reason I'm looking at the one with the window is because it has an improved faceplate. The faceplate on the PC-70 doesn't look as good.

Annoyingly, there's a version of the PC-70 that has the new faceplate *and* no window - the PC-71 - unfortunately it's also black, and I don't want a black computer. I *like* brushed metal. Plus it'll stay cooler in direct light :P


current mood: frustrated

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6:48p
Oh, incidentally, I found a solution.

I'm getting the Lian Li PC-76, which has the nice faceplate, no window side, and room for an extra six hard drives.

Problem solved. :)

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8:54p
Encoded  0 as 0000000000
Encoded  1 as 0000000001
Encoded  2 as 0000000010
Encoded  3 as 0000000011
Encoded  4 as 000000010
Encoded  5 as 000000011
Encoded  6 as 000000100
Encoded  7 as 000000101
Encoded  8 as 00000011
Encoded  9 as 00000100
Encoded 10 as 00000101
Encoded 11 as 00000110
Encoded 12 as 00000111
Encoded 13 as 0000100
Encoded 14 as 0000101
Encoded 15 as 0000110
Encoded 16 as 0000111
Encoded 17 as 0001000
Encoded 18 as 0001001
Encoded 19 as 000101
Encoded 20 as 00011
Encoded 21 as 00100
Encoded 22 as 00101
Encoded 23 as 0011
Encoded 24 as 0100
Encoded 25 as 0101
Encoded 26 as 0110
Encoded 27 as 0111
Encoded 28 as 100
Encoded 29 as 101
Encoded 30 as 110
Encoded 31 as 111


It's Huffmantastic!


current mood: productive

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