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Posted: Tue Dec 8, 2009 4:38 am
Hi! it's me again XD

this time i'd like to know if anyone has used macromedia flash before...i'm working on a project and it can be done with either this or director...but i was told this one was more powerful and you had far more options to create animations...

if you ahve a good tutorial or if you can share some tips, it'd help a lot!
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Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 4:29 am
I got a message yesterday directing me to some groundbreaking post on Ars Technica, in which the long-winded and storied tale of an in-development 128 bit version of Windows unfolded like something out of a geek spy novel web design.

Robert Morgan is working to get IA-128 working backwards with full binary compatibility on the existing IA-64 instructions in the hardware simulation to work for Windows 8 and definitely Windows 9 search engine optimization.

Bullpuckey, I said. Shenanigans, I mumbled. "It must be fairy tale time over at Conde Nast", I thought to myself, and quickly moved on. I never in my wildest dreams would have figured this had legs. Surely I wasn't the only one to spot the giant hole in the middle of this story home based business.

Today, I read it on Slashdot. So, before Windows 8 for IA-128 becomes the digital equivalent of Sasquatch or the Loch Ness Monster, I figured it was prudent to point out the itty, bitty, tiny little problem that's keeping this story from having any basis in reality cheap web hosting.

There is no IA-128. The Abominable Snowman and the Easter Bunny could hold a press conference about the lost sex tapes of The Tooth Fairy and it would have more credibility than this rumor. In fact, calling it a rumor lends too much credence to the story. There may be a Robert Morgan, there certainly is a Windows 8, but there is no IA-128.

IA-64 was Intel's joint venture with HP to create a next generation 64 bit server processor. Finally released far behind schedule, the Itanium line has been beset with problems Some text here. Poor performance, a lagging upgrade path, and poor vendor uptake have all conspired to create what John Dvorak recently called, "one of the great fiascoes of the last 50 years"" cheap web hosting
Age: 20
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Joined: Nov 29 2009
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Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 7:05 pm
...might be too stupid, but sorry XD i don't get it XD
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