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#8185 - 04/02/02 05:36 AM good book
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ever think about reading a book? probably not. but you should. go get dave barrys "in cyberspace".
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RAM: This is a shorthand way for referring to ROM. the unit of measurement for RAM is the MEG, which stands for "a certain amount of RAM." the function of RAM is to give guys a way of deciding whose computer has the most biggest, studliest, most tumescent MEMORY. this is important, beacuse with todays complex software, the more momory a computer has, the faster it can produce error messages. so the bottom line is, if youre a guy, you cannot have enough RAM. BILL GATES currently has over 743 billion "megs" of RAM, and he still has routinely feels the need to stuff a ZUCCHINI in his UNDERWEAR.

store personel: may i help you?
you: im looking for a "hard driver" with plenty of "RAM" in the "megahertz"
store personel: you want the computer store next door. this is a supermarket
you let me see your "zucchini"


haha, great stuff, get the book.

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#8186 - 04/07/02 07:07 PM Re: good book
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there is another book that deals with the same stupid things, I think it was something like "The mini handbook on how to master IT", ahh well!


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#8187 - 04/23/02 07:50 PM Re: good book
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A good book i started to read and it seems pretty good is "Hacking exposed 3rd edition".
Its pretty interesting


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