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  1. Does anybody know of the best way to go about learning to create websites?

    I'm currently a full time student with some mediocre programming background, I'd like to get into website design to make some money while I'm going to school. I have plenty of experience on the business end of it, but I've never created my own website, don't know anything about server hosting, domain name registrations, etc. I suspect creating some templates would be first priority, build a portfolio that I can build websites from per request of the customer.


    You can get a domain name at http://GoDaddy.com, http://Domain.com, http://Domains.com, http://NameCheap.com and any other provider which you can find by doing a search.

    You can get hosting from similar places; just do a quick search.

    If you want to learn web-development I recommend going to http://w3schools.com and learning HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. In the case that you're planning on making dynamic websites you should learn either ASP or PHP depending on what you like/or the majority of your customers already have installed on their servers(if anything).

  2. If you're going to copy something off an external website, please provide a link to the original source. Copying extended portions of a website is copyright infringement.


    Otherwise, I think a good book on networking would suffice. There are also several books , on the use of Wireshark which may be useful.

    Sorry, I just go by the rules of most of the other forums I was on. I'll be sure to include full details on the author of the content. Let me clarify what that means... I usually include the name of the original source at the bottom within asterisks. If you notice I had *How it Works* at the bottom. They're the ones who made it, so yes I did include the source.

  3. Everything you do on the Internet involves packets. For example, every Web page that you receive comes as a series of packets, and every e-mail you send leaves as a series of packets. Networks that ship data around in small packets are called packet switched networks.

    On the Internet, the network breaks an e-mail message into parts of a certain size in bytes. These are the packets. Each packet carries the information that will help it get to its destination -- the sender's IP address, the intended receiver's IP address, something that tells the network how many packets this e-mail message has been broken into and the number of this particular packet. The packets carry the data in the protocols that the Internet uses: Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Each packet contains part of the body of your message. A typical packet contains perhaps 1,000 or 1,500 bytes.


    Each packet is then sent off to its destination by the best available route -- a route that might be taken by all the other packets in the message or by none of the other packets in the message. This makes the network more efficient. First, the network can balance the load across various pieces of equipment on a millisecond-by-millisecond basis. Second, if there is a problem with one piece of equipment in the network while a message is being transferred, packets can be routed around the problem, ensuring the delivery of the entire message.


    Depending on the type of network, packets may be referred to by another name:


    • frame
    • block
    • cell
    • segment

    Next, learn about the parts of packets and an example of how packets are applied.


    *How Stuff Works*


  4. How to Completely clean your Computer and Install/Reinstall windows


    This tutorial is intended to help people who need to restore their computers. Malware and spyware can infect your registry, so using a backup partition isn't always the best thing. Actually this way is a bit more technical and in my opinion more efficient. Other than that reason this tutorial is for people with a broken OS back up partion or another issue that denies them access to it.




    Step 1:Booting your CD:

    -When you turn on your computer Putt your OS(2000,xp,vista,7) disk inside and then wait for the computer to boot up to the splash screen. Then turn your computer off again.

    -Now turn your computer on and some where on a corner of the screen, there should be text that says "boot menu" followed by a button name. Usually it will be f12. Now when you press that, a window should appear with a list of hardware. Scroll down to the option that includes "CD-ROM" using the arrow keys and press enter. vmi_boot_menu.png

    - It will ask you to press any key to boot from your CD, press any key.

    - You will see "Windows is loading files" wait for that to finish and then proceed to step 2.


    Step 2:Preparing for the install:

    - A window will appear with pre-installation options, answer everything and go on to the Licence Agreement

    - Accept the licence agreement and click next.

    - Two options will be displayed, click the one opposite of "Upgrade".

    - There will be a few partions that you can select, click partion 3 or the one that is above 1000G but below 100,000. When you do this ALL data on that partion will be deleted.

    - Click next



    Step 3:Installing Windows:

    - There will be a check list: Copying files, expanding files... You are now installing windows. Wait for every thing to finish.

    - The computer will restart in the middle of the install. Don't worry, this is supposed to happen.

    - When the install ends a screen will appear with the text "Set up is preparing your computer for first use".

    -A window will appear requesting some settings(time zone,name,date,Password,ect...) just type in your information and click next as the setup goes on. When it comes up, click use recommended settings.

    - It will say that it is finalizing your settings.

    - Windows is now installed.



    Step 4: Resolution:

    - When you install windows, your resolution might be lower than it should, your quality will look low.

    - Right click on an empty space on your desk top and click "Screen Resolution".

    - A bar will be shown on a line and drag it to the point where it says recommended.

    - You should have increased the screen resolution.



    Step 5: Drivers and Utilities:

    - You will need your drivers and utilities disk, this is the one thing that usually comes with every computer.

    - Put it in your computer and run it.

    - When the window opens up click the "my system" link at the top of the page.

    - There will be downloads for drivers that will work on your system. Just make sure the Wlan driver is installed for your internet. To download a driver click on it and then when you are redirected, click extract.


  5. Nearly impossible, but a lot of things in history were unlikely. The chances of life starting on any planted are slim-to-none but we're here :)

    It took a few billion years for life to form naturally, and the conditions were just right. If we attempted to mutate something to such a degree synthetically and it took half the time... it would still take around a billion years. Consider that it will be virtually impossible for something to remain intact, and an experiment to continue for that long. People would always move on to another experiment(maybe not wanting to wait over a billion years) or something would happen to disturb the growth, maybe a bombing, a natural disaster, a small accident, ect....

  6. But if we spend a long time trying, and test enough, couldn't it happen? Isn't it at all plausible? People would almost never be overweight since they'd be getting a large part of their "food" from the sun.



    Synthetically mutating a stem cell from any animal to harmonize with chloroplasts would be nearly impossible. And this is true especially for your vision of a man using the sun's energy as a legitimate source of food and certainly admitting a greater pleasure than when eating a cake(or something of the sort).

  7. 9.8m per second ? sato what about excelaration or have you factored that in ? im looking for the speed its doing when it hits the ground ? is it still 9.8 m per second ?


    If you dropped it 9.8m instead of 6m, then the object would hit the ground in a second. No matter an objects shape, size, or weight, it will remain falling at a constant rate of 9.8 meters per second until it hits the terminal velocity. Since your object only falls for 6 meters, it should hit the ground in about 61 milliseconds.




  8. If you attempted to implement chloroplasts to a human stem cell, the outcome would be an utter failure and no.... You will not be able to use photosynthesis and feed off the sun. Chloroplasts and our stem cells wouldn't be instantly compatible. It took an extremely long time for the plants, though it was natural and could be sped up.

  9. An example(your post may have been invoked by this) is the recent attack on Sony. About 77 million users' information was compromised. The 'information' is composed of your registration address, phone number, full name, passwords, and aside from those, Sony has stated that there was a possibility that credit card information was compromised too. Sony believed that they were safe, but all it took was a few simple(for some) server injections. One major thing that they could have and should have done to prevent this is encrypt all the information. What kind of major system leaves the user data(especially the credit cards) in plain sight. dry.gif

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