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Member Since: May 10, 2009

Country: United Kingdom

  • The metal tabs on these have a tendency to get torn off, I would recommend using hot glue to secure them once soldered.

  • Robert Cowan, long lost 8th member of the village people, prepares for an interview about his new album, L.E.D.R.G.B. a modern take on Y.M.C.A. with Daft Punk.

  • It's funny how some projects seem to be 'invented' over and over:

  • It works like a USB keyboard so it just types the number out like a person would and then presses enter. There are loads of other settings I am sure but by default almost every barcode scanner in the world with a Serial, PS/2 or USB connection will send numbers and then new line.

  • What are you on about the system doesn't require them to add you they send an MD5 hash of your email address to Gravatar (non-reversible) and Gravatar looks for your email address on their database, if they do keep your address for tracking what harm is there, its not like you're going to get more spam everyone already gets shit tones of spam anyway.

  • I preferred Gravatars - its all ways the moan-y ones who complain about everything that are the most vocal who cares if they don't like it most people either don's care, don't know, or like it, the small minority moan about it.
    Personally I think a neat hybrid would be to use Gravatars for new signups and display a notification on next sign in for existing customers.

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