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replied the topic It's always in the last place you look created by kings60

it's true, it is always in the last place you look, if it was in the first place, then you wouldn't keep on looking.
Or the last place you'd ever think to look....
So, I lost my keys.... They must be in the skull of a whale skeleton in the Marianas Trench.

1149 days ago
replied the topic what was the best thing before sliced bread? created by player

We were walking through the Wonderopolis rainforest the other day when we overheard an interesting conversation between a monkey and a sloth. It went something like this:

Monkey: Hey Tracy! Aren’t you going to get up? Your alarm has gone off seven times now!

Sloth: Leave me alone, Karen! I’ll get up in nine more minutes!

Monkey: Nine more minutes? That’s rather specific.

Sloth: Well, every time I hit the snooze button, I get nine more minutes of sleep.

Monkey: Snooze button?

Sloth: Yes! You should try the snooze button. It’s the best thing since sliced bread!

To be honest, the sloth actually said, “It’s the best thing since sliced bananas!” But we changed it to something more familiar, so you’d understand. When talking about a fantastic new product, innovation or invention, many people will claim it’s the “best thing since sliced bread.”

Have you ever stopped to WONDER about that curious statement? After all, sliced bread has been around a long time. And some of today’s incredible products seem much more exciting than sliced bread.

The phrase “the best thing since sliced bread” is about as old as sliced bread itself. And let’s face it: sliced bread is really great. Long, long ago, people made bread by hand. Each time you wanted a sandwich or a piece of toast, you had to get out a knife and slice a piece of bread for yourself.

In 1928, Otto Rohwedder of Davenport, Iowa, invented the world’s first bread-slicing machine. Several companies began to use it to create prepackaged sliced bread, which was advertised as “the greatest forward step in the baking industry since bread was wrapped.” That advertising slogan led to the now-famous phrase “the best thing since sliced bread.”

And, of course, people loved sliced bread. How could you not? When you wanted a sandwich or a piece of toast, all you needed to do was open the package and grab a slice or two. No need for a knife. No cutting necessary. No mess of crumbs to clean up. It was fantastic!

That’s why the popular phrase is still used today to describe new products, innovations or inventions that people think are great. It’s not meant in a literal sense. In other words, people don’t use the phrase to indicate that something new really is the best thing invented since sliced bread. Instead, they use the phrase as a colorful way of indicating how much they like something new.

Thinking about new products, innovations and inventions, along with sliced bread, got us to WONDERing about what the best thing BEFORE sliced bread was. After all, 1928 is relatively recent in the overall span of history. There must have been plenty of WONDERful inventions before then.

For example, we imagine prehistoric peoples might have used a phrase such as “the best thing since the wheel.”

1149 days ago
replied the topic when you have to get up to get the video? created by tiger161

Buy a multi DVD unit and you can load up to 6 at a time or leave them all recording onto your sky box and watch upto 12 hours

1149 days ago
replied the topic Why do radio DJ's play created by crazzy1

If you’ve ever tuned into terrestrial radio in your car, at home or at the office, then you’re well aware that commercial radio stations tend to play the same songs in rotation over and over again. Is it because these songs are so hot that people are just demanding stations play them? Hardly. The sad truth of the matter is that only six companies control 90% of the media: GE, Newscorp, Disney, Viacom, and Time Warner (compared to 1983 when roughly 50 companies owned the media).

Consolidation of media has lead to far less diversity in programming and ownership, with far fewer voices being heard. Media consolidation has heavily affected the balance and diversity of today's music on terrestrial radio. This is great news if you’re Drake, Lil Wayne, Lady Gaga and the like, but not so great if you’re just about anybody else.
The below infographic, first presented by Frugal Dad, displays exactly what the consolidation of our media looks like:

1149 days ago
replied the topic Affiliated programe with wisecleaner created by totan1 is always doing its best to develop software to meet users’ needs. Since most users often came for help regarding all kinds of PC problems, the developer team decided to develop a useful PC trouble-shooting software to help users fix common PC problems. And today the product is released with an official name --- Wise PC 1stAid.
Wise PC 1stAid is an intelligent and automatic freeware developed to fix common PC problems. The interface of the software is clear. There are currently 11 problem suites in the 1st released version, each one of which includes a problem description, a notice, an image and a “Fix Now” button. The problem suites list is displayed on the left of the main interface.
Icon errors, broken links, unable to open regedit/task manager/webpages, slow internet connections, slow startup, slow PC, all the common PC headaches will hence be easily solved with Wise PC 1stAid, which will be standby in your computer as a First-Aid Kit.
The fixing process is an automatic and easy one. First, find the right problem suite on the main interface, compare the description and images with problem bothering, and read the notice carefully. Once ready for the fix, click “Fix Now” and the process will start automatically. The next & only step the user has to take is to wait with patience. Normally the process is an effective one. Some solution may need more minutes to finish, which means the effect after the process also will be intensified.
According to WiseCleaner's technicians, unlimited problem solutions will be added to the list, and the current version of Wise PC 1stAid also provides a further live online tech help. On the right of the main interface, there’s a submission port linked to WiseCleaner Forum. Fill in a simple description form and the question will be submitted to the official forum ( automatically. Once replied by other users or technicians, the “My Question” icon at the upper right corner of the main interface will blink and remind the user to check and track the records. It’s convenient to manage the questions submitted and it’s a useful reference in case the problem bothers again in future.
The 11th problem suite is a great feature among current items. The solution can reset the PC to the initial sate, the state just after installing operating system and basic drivers, after which repair process the whole PC performance will be enhanced drastically. It’s an alternative suggestion when buying a new PC is being considered.
Wise PC 1stAid realizes a convenient interaction between users and professional technicians and therefore a progress in solving PC problems in an intelligent and automatic way. That’s also following the principle of, which is to dedicate to improving users’ using experience with developing technologies and human wisdom.
About is the developer team of famous PC operating system maintenance & optimization software Wise Care 365. Other reputable freeware developed by include Wise Registry Cleaner, Wise Disk Cleaner, Wise Data Recovery, Wise Program Uninstaller, Wise Folder Hider, Wise Memory Optimizer, Wise Game Booster, Wise JetSearch, Wise Auto Shutdown, etc.

1149 days ago
replied the topic children in a family? created by beauty1

Lori Kiel McGowan, a public health consultant and mother of two boys in Cambridge, Massachusetts, can attest to that. She describes her 6-year-old firstborn son Kiel as a cautious boy who prefers the company of adults or younger children compared to that of his peers. "For his sixth birthday, we invited six friends of his choosing," McGowan recalls. "For maybe the first half hour to 45 minutes, he crawled into a corner behind a booth and cried. These were close friends from school and after-school and the neighborhood. But after [his cautiousness waned], he came out and had a great time." When presented with a new situation, Kiel's cautious nature manifested itself in temporary introversion. However, once he became acclimated to his new environment, his caution subsided.

Moreover, as for his behavior around his younger brother Fionn, Kiel plays the role of the "controlling big brother" to a T: "He alternately tries to hug him and push him down, or gets a toy or juice for him, and then takes something away to make him scream," McGowan says. "It's definitely a sibling love/hate thing."

The Grown-Up Firstborn

As firstborns grow older, their traits are not necessarily lost. Firstborn child Tracy Rackauskas, a 35-year-old from Denver, fully identifies herself as an achiever. "I want to be the best dressed, in a quirky-fashionable way; I want to have the best fantasy football team; I want to be the best editor; I want to be the most insightful and understanding partner; I want to be the sexiest and the smartest and the most interesting," Rackauskas says. "And it's not because I'm really competitive or want to be better than anybody else, but just because I want to be the best." Her ambition carried over to her studies in law school, where she studied all the time and prepared for exams by making her own outlines according to her specific organization system. Perhaps in part due to her diligence, Rackauskas graduated summa cum laude and now works as a legal editor, making sure everything that passes through her hands meets her standards.

1149 days ago
replied the topic myself and i all time created by metab

I gave my 11 year old daughter important advice the other day: there’s no painless way to kill yourself.

“What about with a gun?” she said.

I told her about a friend of mine who shot himself in the mouth. He put the gun in his mouth and pointed upwards towards the brain.

He missed.

He shot off half his face, he went blind in one eye, and he is now in a wheelchair.

If you type in “I Want to Die” into google, my website is the first result.

My first business I sold for $15 million. We built websites for entertainment companies. Bad Boy Records, Miramax, Time Warner, HBO, Sony, Disney, Loud Records, Interscope, on and on. Oh, and Con Edison.

Mobb Deep would hang out in my office. Trent Reznor from Nine Inch Nails would stop by. RZA from the Wu-Tang Clan would want to play chess. We even made a website for a brothel in Nevada.

Then I saw that kids in junior high school were learning HTML. So I sold the business.

1149 days ago
replied the topic Does thought require language? created by shahid

I don’t need words to think about the shape of a car, or how to throw a football, or the taste of a chocolate chip cookie. In fact, things like that are probably easier to think about without using language. That’s why the strong form of the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis — that language is necessary for conscious thought — doesn’t hold up. But even if language isn’t required for some domains, it’s still possible that it is required for certain types of mental processes. It may even be required for some thoughts that aren’t obviously related to language.

Some research suggests that understanding the thoughts of others — having a theory of mind — is one such process. Many children who are late in learning language are also late in developing a theory of mind. This story illustrates the classic theory of mind test:

1149 days ago
replied the topic wi-fi internet passward created by abcman

If you have a PC with a wireless network card, then you must have seen many networks around you. Sadly, most of these networks are secured with a network security key.

Have you ever wanted to use one of these networks? You must have desperately wanted to check your mail when you shifted to your new house. The hardest time in your life is when your internet connection is down.

Cracking those Wi-Fi passwords is your answer to temporary internet access. This is a comprehensive guide which will teach even complete beginners how to crack WEP encrypted networks, easily.

If it's WPA2-PSK passwords you need to crack, you can use aircrack-ng or coWPAtty.

Table of Contents
How are wireless networks secured?
What you'll need
Setting up CommView for Wi-Fi
Selecting the target network and capturing packets
Now the interesting part... CRACKING!
Are you a visual learner?
Step 1: How Are Wireless Networks Secured?
In a secured wireless connection, internet data is sent in the form of encrypted packets. These packets are encrypted with network security keys. If you somehow manage to get hold of the key for a particular wireless network you virtually have access to the wireless internet connection.

Broadly speaking, there are two main types of encryptions used.

WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)
This is the most basic form of encryption. This has become an unsafe option as it is vulnerable and can be cracked with relative ease. Although this is the case many people still use this encryption.

WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access)
This is the more secure alternative. Efficient cracking of the passphrase of such a network requires the use of a wordlist with the common passwords. In other words you use the old-fashioned method of trial and error to gain access. Variations include WPA-2 which is the most secure encryption alternative till date. Although this can also be cracked using a wordlist if the password is common, this is virtually uncrackable with a strong password. That is, unless the WPA PIN is still enabled (as is the default on many routers).

Hacking WEP passwords is relatively fast, so we'll focus on how to crack them for this guide. If the only networks around you use WPA passwords, you'll want to follow this guide on how to crack WPA Wi-Fi passwords instead.

Step 2: What You'll Need
A compatible wireless adapter:
This is by far the biggest requirement.The wireless card of your computer has to be compatible with the software CommVIew. This ensures that the wireless card can go into monitor mode which is essential for capturing packets. Click here to check if your wireless card is compatible

CommView for Wi-Fi:
This software will be used to capture the packets from the desired network adapter. Click here to download the software from their website.

Aircrack-ng GUI:
After capturing the packets this software does the actual cracking. Click here to download the software from their website.

A little patience is vital.
Step 3: Setting Up CommView for Wi-Fi
Download the zip file of CommView for Wi-Fi from the website. Extract the file and run setup.exe to install CommView for Wi-Fi. When CommView opens for the first time it has a driver installation guide. Follow the prompts to install the driver for your wireless card.
Run CommView for Wi-Fi.
Click the play icon on the top left of the application window.
Start scanning for wireless networks.

CommView now starts scanning for wireless networks channel by channel. After a few minutes you will have a long list of wireless networks with their security type and signal. Now it is time to choose your target network.

Step 4: Selecting the Target Network and Capturing Packets
A few things to keep in mind before choosing the target wireless network:

This tutorial is only for WEP encrypted networks, so make sure you select a network with WEP next to its name. If you need to crack a WPA encrypted network, follow this tutorial instead.
Choose a network with the highest signal.
Each network will have its details in the right column.
Make sure the WEP network you are choosing has the lowest dB (decibel) value.
Once you have chosen your target network, select it and click Capture to start capturing packets from the desired channel.

Now you might notice that packets are being captured from all the networks in the particular channel. To capture packets only from the desired network follow the given steps.

Right click the desired network and click on copy MAC Address.
Switch to the Rules tab on the top.
On the left hand side choose MAC Addresses.
Enable MAC Address rules.
For 'Action' select 'capture' and for 'Add record' select 'both'.
Now paste the mac address copied earlier in the box below.
We need to capture only data packets for cracking. So, select D on the bar at the top of the window and deselect M (Management packets) and C (Control packets).

Now you have to save the packets so that they can be cracked later. To do this:

Go to the logging tab on top and enable auto saving.
Set Maximum Directory Size to 2000.
Set Average Log File Size to 20.
Step 5: Waiting...
Now the boring part- WAITING!

NOTE: The amount of time taken to capture enough data packets depends on the signal and the networks usage. The minimum number of packets you should capture should be 100,000 for a decent signal.

After you think you have enough packets (at least 100,000 packets), you'll need to export them.

Go to the log tab and click on concatenate logs.
Select all the logs that have been saved.
Do not close CommView for Wi-Fi.
Now navigate to the folder where the concatenated logs have been saved.
Open the log file.
Select File- Export -Wire shark tcpdump format and choose any suitable destination.
This will save the logs with a .cap extension to that location.
Step 6: Now the Interesting Part... CRACKING!
Download Aircrack-ng and extract the zip file.
Open the folder and navigate to 'bin'.
Run Aircrack-ng GUI.
Choose WEP.
Open your .cap file that you had saved earlier.
Click Launch.
In the command prompt type in the index number of your target wireless network.
Wait for a while. If everything goes fine, the wireless key will be shown.
You may also receive a request to try with more packets. In this case wait until more packets have been captured and repeat the steps to be performed after capturing packets.


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