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  • 11-07-2009 9:41 AM

    Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    Step 1 build your hoard:
    ===============

    It's best keep copies of your knowledge in the lowest format possible. Text, jpg pics, mpg video, mp3 audio etc
    Then you don't have to drag around copies of the proprietary software that goes with it.

    Do many of your notes at home and bring them to the office (keep the latest version)
    As well make lots of notes at work, doing screen captures of important functions and details.
    Document the important know-how that you brought to the Company.
    For knowledge co-workers have shared with you (add that to your hoard)
    Gather pictures from the company picnic or evenings out. Always take pictures of key whiteboard details.

    By Hoarding all the important details you now have something to share!

    If you are in a non-sharing environment. (no copies allowed) Then keep even more notes at home (and
    email those to the office) use a digital camera or camcorder to secure the other info you need. Or have
    a more gutsy co-worker do the copies for you.

    Sharing knowledge is about opening this valuable hoard to others.
    There would be no point in backing it up and keeping the files current, without a personal copy.

    For the most part, I very seldom used company notes and screen captures once I left.
    It was probably the fact that I referenced them lots and depended on the info so much that I 
    wanted a copy on leaving. The main thing is the staff that remained had it.

    How to share knowledge using Swamp search:
    =============================

    This app makes it easy for everyone to organize their data. It can also play random samples of
    my: Video, Music, Pics and text. This helps me stay familiar with my own data hoard.

    Archiving video, photo or audio files requires 2 text lines. The first contains the details
    and the second line is the path to the file. ie "c:\search\myvid023.mpg" or c:\search\mypic03328.mpg
    Even if this search was no longer available, the above data would still be valuable and easy to get at.

    To share knowledge you have to show it off. I used it to display random screen captures, when co-workers
    drop by. Set it to play from a USB drive. If staff like it. Give it to them.

    Examples of sharing:
    =============
    We cataloged 5000+ family album pictures in the late 1990's then burned copies, set to auto display and gave
    copies to family members, media. A local magazine published the "Oldie" black and white pics a few times.

    If I was scanning those pictures today. I'd probably use a camcorder to video them in. Going picture
    to picture, zooming in on the details and explaining who was who.

    I did 2000+ screen captures and many notes during a 10 month span of doing telco billing system conversions...

    I have photos and scans of my media attention since the early 80's (at my fingertips ready to share)

    Knowledge sharing is retricted due to a number of factors. Don't let that scare or stop you.

    There is no reason not to hoard and share your family data. Just do it.

     

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  • 11-07-2009 11:00 AM In reply to

    • SQLDave
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    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    C'mon, c'mon...don't keep us in suspense. What is Step 2?!?!?!?

  • 11-07-2009 1:40 PM In reply to

    • PJH
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    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    Oh. Fuck.

    "Because you watched 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar,' we recommend 'The Human Centipede.'"
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  • Parp!
  • 11-07-2009 1:43 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    PJH:

    Oh. Fuck.

    My response as well.  Part of me wants to leave him to play with the new guys, but part of me wants to lock this thread immediately.  Thoughts?

    Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.
  • 11-07-2009 3:02 PM In reply to

    • Benn
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    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    bstorer:
    My response as well.  Part of me wants to leave him to play with the new guys, but part of me wants to lock this thread immediately.  Thoughts?
    Naah - he was the best fun we've had for ages - the only reason I registered originally was so I could be a part of that legendary thread. (I was kinda hoping LING! was going to replace him, but was sadly disappointed...)
  • 11-07-2009 3:30 PM In reply to

    • PJH
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    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    Benn:
    bstorer:
    My response as well.  Part of me wants to leave him to play with the new guys, but part of me wants to lock this thread immediately.  Thoughts?
    Naah - he was the best fun we've had for ages - the only reason I registered originally was so I could be a part of that legendary thread.
    Well after 6 hours of the OP, the general reaction to it (apart from mine) appears to be 'meh!'

    Leave it open - it doesn't look like it's going to be the epic the previous ones were.

    (last words, and all that...)

    And even if it does kick off, from previous MO, it'll all be contained in one thread. (Easier to SwampSearch and all that....)

    "Because you watched 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar,' we recommend 'The Human Centipede.'"
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  • 11-07-2009 3:44 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    bstorer:

    PJH:

    Oh. Fuck.

    My response as well.  Part of me wants to leave him to play with the new guys, but part of me wants to lock this thread immediately.  Thoughts?
    Thoughts?  "Please god no, not another 45-page thread full of the lamest flames known to mankind."  A massive group clusterfuck where everyone beats up on some poor sad mentally ill nobody is not really very illuminating even at the best of times.  There's Usenet for that.


  • 11-07-2009 5:11 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    My immediate reaction? Yay, he's back! But well, I doubt he can bring us something new.

    Oh, and: what the hell was his OP about? I mean I did read most of it, but I don't get what he means by sharing. It's like he's just talking about what he used to talk about, but throw in some more buzzwords.

    Hey, SpectateSwamp, there's this new hype called clouds. I think it is about video taping clouds and share them (or search them, making screen captures and all that). Can you tell me more about clouds? Does SwampSearch do it now, too?
    I hate tags

  • 11-07-2009 11:16 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    DaveK:
    A massive group clusterfuck where everyone beats up on some poor sad mentally ill nobody is not really very illuminating even at the best of times.  There's Usenet for that.

    QFT.

    Let the healing begin!

  • I may not agree with everything Morbs just said, but he expresses himself in a way that is dignified, respectful, polite and non-threatening!
  • 11-07-2009 11:23 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    derula:
    Oh, and: what the hell was his OP about?
    The first part looks a lot like a guide to industrial espionage to me.

     

    And what the hell, didn't someone assassinate him the last time around? Which mod is sockpuppeting?

  • 11-07-2009 11:24 PM In reply to

    • Hitsuji
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    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    Hmmm.... is this guy just looking for his own wikipedia entry for trolling? Maybe he wants SSDS to be theDailyWTF's "Chocolate Rain"?

  • 11-08-2009 1:28 AM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    No no, look, it’s so much more than that—he’s using stegonography! You just have to know the key, and then what he’s saying becomes very clever.

    I hope.

    I edit my posts habitually after posting them because I can never make a decision on anything.
  • 11-08-2009 7:52 AM In reply to

    • TGV
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    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    I think someone cracked his password, used some web page to generate gibberish around the word "hoard", and pasted it, just for the F of it. It's so ungrammatical, it can't have been written by a native English speaker, and SpectateSwamp is supposed to be a Yank, right? Or this is an extensive prank set up by a collective of hackers and writers that will publish SpectateSwamp's (SS, suspicious abrreviation) pseudo-autobiography in post-modern style when they have gathered enough. If that's the case, I predict the words "alienation" and "isolation" to appear frequently in the reviews, and how the Internet as an open virtual world seems to close the real world around us, creating a schizogenic identity crisis, or similar litcrit.

  • 11-08-2009 8:57 AM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    TGV:
    It's so ungrammatical, it can't have been written by a native English speaker, and SpectateSwamp is supposed to be a Yank, right?

    No, he's Canadian.

    Let the healing begin!

  • I may not agree with everything Morbs just said, but he expresses himself in a way that is dignified, respectful, polite and non-threatening!
  • 11-08-2009 9:43 AM In reply to

    Sharing Knowledge is power

    morbiuswilters:

    TGV:
    It's so ungrammatical, it can't have been written by a native English speaker, and SpectateSwamp is supposed to be a Yank, right?

    No, he's Canadian.

    Can't spell can't read. Maybe I'm dislexic...                                                                                                                                                                    the first line reads "It's best keep" and should be "It's best to keep"

    Anyway this is thread is about sharing. Being a bunch of spellcheckie picky chickens, that only share snippits of bad code. I shouldn't expect any brave brave stories on how you risked it all by stealing and sharing inside info. As non-swampies, many of you still don't have the tools to share like a champ.

    I've been keeping and sharing for years. Sometimes it requires that we obtain things without permission. We know everybody in IT has STOLE code. We can all expect jail time. I'll brush up my spelling while incarcerated. (Now you have me scared of using big words without checking) It's too slow to be grammatically correct....

    What is the greatest code snippit I have ever shared. Other than swamp search?? I'll let you know.

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  • 11-08-2009 11:02 AM In reply to

    Re: Sharing Knowledge is power

    SpectateSwamp:
    What is the greatest code snippit I have ever shared. Other than swamp search?? I'll let you know.
    We are definitely looking forward to that. It would be great if somebody started sharing code for free, such a novelty idea! And you are right, we are facing jail time. Remember the last time Linus tried it with SCO?

    Anyway you seem to have changed your stylistics, but it could be that you are just taking more weed.

  • 11-08-2009 11:37 AM In reply to

    • RayS
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    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    Sounds very interesting, we're getting tired of Google where I work, and it's causing me problems at home too.

    What is your planned pricing structure or haven't you got that far yet?

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  • 11-08-2009 6:35 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    SQLDave:

    C'mon, c'mon...don't keep us in suspense. What is Step 2?!?!?!?

     

    Step 2: "add a noodle and JAM IT!" (I'd expect)

  • 11-09-2009 9:58 AM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    bstorer:
    My response as well.  Part of me wants to leave him to play with the new guys, but part of me wants to lock this thread immediately.  Thoughts?

    I saw the name and wanted it to be funny, but it just isn't.  Basically it seems to be a clip-show of his old schtick based around the new buzzword "hoard".  Weak effort.  I say lock it.

  • 11-09-2009 11:13 AM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    First thing I thought was "who bumped this old crap?" Then I remembered that this is an American site using the retarded date system and it was actually a brand new post.

    Then a part of me died inside.

  • 11-09-2009 12:04 PM In reply to

    • Zecc
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    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    Thief^:

    First thing I thought was "who bumped this old crap?" Then I remembered that this is an American site using the retarded date system and it was actually a brand new post.

    Then a part of me died inside.

    "7 Nov 2009" ? Perhaps you forgot to set your preferences?
    If mixed metaphors were illegal, I'd be having an indigestion.
    typeof NaN == 'number'
    var ò_ó, ಠ⁔ಠ, ᄒᆺᄒ, ᅙᅳᅙ, ᖛᨓᖜ, ꖴᅩꖴ, ఠᨋఠ; // Naming your variables is serious business
  • 11-09-2009 12:36 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    Zecc:

    Thief^:

    First thing I thought was "who bumped this old crap?" Then I remembered that this is an American site using the retarded date system and it was actually a brand new post.

    Then a part of me died inside.

    "7 Nov 2009" ? Perhaps you forgot to set your preferences?
     

    On mine it comes out as  "Sat, Nov 7 2009 9:41 AM".  Pretty unambiguous if you ask me.  And I don't recall ever changing my settings.

    He must have his preferences set to "retard."

  • 11-09-2009 1:19 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    Aaron:

    Zecc:

    Thief^:

    First thing I thought was "who bumped this old crap?" Then I remembered that this is an American site using the retarded date system and it was actually a brand new post.

    Then a part of me died inside.

    "7 Nov 2009" ? Perhaps you forgot to set your preferences?
     

    On mine it comes out as  "Sat, Nov 7 2009 9:41 AM".  Pretty unambiguous if you ask me.  And I don't recall ever changing my settings.

    He must have his preferences set to "retard."

    I set mine to the only real format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM.  Unfortunately, CS doesn't give you the option of using 24-hour time.

    Let the healing begin!

  • I may not agree with everything Morbs just said, but he expresses himself in a way that is dignified, respectful, polite and non-threatening!
  • 11-09-2009 1:21 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    Hey SS, old SS-haters, old SS-lovers, and those new to the wonder that is our Canadian Stone Dancer.

    Don't forget to visit TSMoE.  Your mother will love you for it.

    Does anyone else think that he's been spending the last year and a half developing this hoard?

    SpectateSwamp:
    Sharing knowledge is about opening this valuable hoard to others.
    Something tells me this guy's hoard is like a dumpster.

    SpectateSwamp:
    There is no reason not to hoard and share your family data. Just do it.
    You might want to come up with a better name for it, as "hoarding" often implies hiding and protecting something of value from everyone who might want it (think about a dragon's hoard) and is essentially the opposite of sharing.

    PS.  Has anyone ever determined whether SS ever got laid in his life?

    SpectateSwamp exposing aliens. Obviously the World needs SSDS


    [10:07] <fatdog> so from now on.. be sure to wear nice clean underwear
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  • 11-09-2009 1:32 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    belgariontheking:
    Don't forget to visit TSMoE
    HOLY CRAP. You have to be kidding me. This site is great.
  • 11-09-2009 2:16 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    SpectateSwamp:
    Just do it.
    Spectate, where have you been for so long? We missed you!
  • 11-09-2009 4:10 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    SwampLing:
    Spectate, where have you been for so long? We missed you!
     

    Clearly he's been spending the past year combining all of the posts from his previous adventure in TDWTF forums into his 1 TeraByte text file so that he can search the posts and DisPlay them RANDOMly.

  • 11-09-2009 9:57 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    SpectateSwamp:
    There is no reason not to hoard and share your family data. Just do it.
    You might want to come up with a better name for it, as "hoarding" often implies hiding and protecting something of value from everyone who might want it (think about a dragon's hoard) and is essentially the opposite of sharing.
    Isn't compulsive hoarding a psychological disorder of some sort?

  • 11-10-2009 8:09 AM In reply to

    Companies want you to share. But not visa versa

    RayS:

    Sounds very interesting, we're getting tired of Google where I work, and it's causing me problems at home too.

    What is your planned pricing structure or haven't you got that far yet?

    No pricing, sharing is free. Anything you find with Google should be fair game for sharing. Right? 

     

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  • 11-10-2009 8:16 AM In reply to

    No guts == No sharing

    viraptor:

    SQLDave:

    C'mon, c'mon...don't keep us in suspense. What is Step 2?!?!?!?

     

    Step 2: "add a noodle and JAM IT!" (I'd expect)

    More like get a spine then GOTO Step 1 (screen capture details for your stash)

    C'mon c'mon share.

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  • 11-10-2009 8:46 AM In reply to

    BelgarionTheSwamp shares

    belgariontheking:

    Don't forget to visit TSMoE.  Your mother will love you for it.

    Does anyone else think that he's been spending the last year and a half developing this hoard?

    SpectateSwamp:
    Sharing knowledge is about opening this valuable hoard to others.
    Something tells me this guy's hoard is like a dumpster.

    Good start at sharing BTS. Now make your momma proud and scrape together your family history. Sharing is fun fun fun.

    belgariontheking:

    Something tells me this guy's hoard is like a dumpster.

    PS.  Has anyone ever determined whether SS ever got laid in his life?

    BTS there are things only (social) Tramps share. I hope your momma doesn't find out.

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  • 11-10-2009 8:48 AM In reply to

    Re: BelgarionTheSwamp shares

     Anybody else ever notice that the strongest proponents to sharing often have the least amount of useful things to contribute?

    All the technology and software in the universe is just as useless when the end user has the IQ of a sack of hammers.
    - Me
  • 11-10-2009 9:02 AM In reply to

    Hoarding fills empty disk

    SwampLing:
    Spectate, where have you been for so long? We missed you!
     

    Cool handle. I've started the odd dumb thread here and there. ie

    Will disk space remain forever empty?

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  • 11-10-2009 9:08 AM In reply to

    Random hoard

    RHuckster:

    Clearly he's been spending the past year combining all of the posts from his previous adventure in TDWTF forums into his 1 TeraByte text file so that he can search the posts and DisPlay them RANDOMly.

    With a really big hoard, random is the key.

     

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  • 11-10-2009 9:17 AM In reply to

    Missed hoarding opportunity

    Nyquist:
    Isn't compulsive hoarding a psychological disorder of some sort?

    Some hoarding can be destructive. Ie filling up your living room with junk. Hoarding data doesn't show outwardly. Being compulsive about storing can be a benefit in the long run.

    Missed opportunity.

    Years back. During a slow time between system conversions. I spent time flowcharting the billing / daily billing functions of the system. I didn't make copies at the time. it consisted of 4 or 5 nicely layed out pages, as an overview to these functions. There were about 8 or 10 programs involved. Returning a few months later. I found that the flowcharts were replaced with detailed line for line flowcharts (nearly 100 pages)

    They found all the important programs alright. but line for line flowcharts are worse than useless. I should have grabbed a copy right away.

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  • 11-10-2009 9:19 AM In reply to

    Re: Companies want you to share. But not visa versa

    SpectateSwamp:

    No pricing, sharing is free. Anything you find with Google should be fair game for sharing. Right? 

    Welcome comrade!

  • 11-10-2009 9:35 AM In reply to

    Sharing is about listening too

    Master Chief:

     Anybody else ever notice that the strongest proponents to sharing often have the least amount of useful things to contribute?

    No. I haven't noticed that.

    I have noticed that those who don't listen, seldom have anything to share. So we tend to ignore them.

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  • 11-10-2009 10:02 AM In reply to

    Re: Random hoard

    SpectateSwamp:

     

    With a really big hoard, random is the key.

    I want this on a bumper sticker.  People will have their minds shut down completely when they try to figure it out.  They'll forget they're operating a vehicle and wind up plowing into my car.  I'm gonna make a fortune on the insurance law suits.

    Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.
  • 11-10-2009 10:31 AM In reply to

    • spenk
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    Re: Random hoard

    SpectateSwamp:

    RHuckster:

    Clearly he's been spending the past year combining all of the posts from his previous adventure in TDWTF forums into his 1 TeraByte text file so that he can search the posts and DisPlay them RANDOMly.

    With a really big hoard, random is the key.

     

    I like the idea, the more useless information collected the longer finding anything useful will be. We have improved the SSDS search performance from O(n) to O(who the fuck knows) - this could give us the information we need in a million years or so when approaching the worst case scenario but might give us the correct information to questions we ask before we even know we need it. This could revolutionise computing as we know it!

    SpectateSwamp:
    Don't let them shut you up even if you can't spell or type or think straight. That's how you Share Knowledge.
  • 11-10-2009 12:06 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    Zecc:

    Thief^:

    [...] I remembered that this is an American site using the retarded date system [...]

    "7 Nov 2009" ? Perhaps you forgot to set your preferences?
     

    I'm pretty sure I've never changed my preferences. I'd never set it to "retarded" on purpose. Checking my preferences now.

    EDIT: My preferences claim it's set to "Day, Month Days Year (Thu, May 1 2003)", which just happens to be the first in the list, and both not what I'd choose and not what it's showing...

    EDIT2: (hopefully) how come there is no option for "Day, Days Month Year" or "Daysth Month Year"

    EDIT3: (wow) now when I open my preferences its on the option I'd chosen. Not sure what it was doing before.

  • 11-10-2009 12:20 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    Thief^:
    Not sure what it was doing before.
     

     You hit backspace twice.

  • 11-10-2009 5:18 PM In reply to

    • operagost
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    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    Thief^:

    First thing I thought was "who bumped this old crap?" Then I remembered that this is an American site using the retarded date system and it was actually a brand new post.

    Your troll falls pretty flat, considering that SS disappeared well before July.
  • 11-11-2009 2:25 AM In reply to

    Re: Random hoard

    bstorer:
    SpectateSwamp:
    With a really big hoard, random is the key.
    I want this on a bumper sticker. People will have their minds shut down completely when they try to figure it out. They'll forget they're operating a vehicle and wind up plowing into my car. I'm gonna make a fortune on the insurance law suits.
    *snort* I'd have to graffiti 'Thats what she said' on the bottom of it.

  • 11-11-2009 11:54 AM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    belgariontheking:
    PS.  Has anyone ever determined whether SS ever got laid in his life?
    I remember a video where SpectateSwamp stole some stuff from a ruined shack he "found" out in the wild - 2 children jumped around who I thought called him daddy... But then again maybe my memory is tricking me.
    I hate tags

  • 11-11-2009 1:11 PM In reply to

    Re: Nobody shares knowledge better than this

    derula:
    belgariontheking:
    PS.  Has anyone ever determined whether SS ever got laid in his life?
    I remember a video where SpectateSwamp stole some stuff from a ruined shack he "found" out in the wild - 2 children jumped around who I thought called him daddy... But then again maybe my memory is tricking me.
    I am scared.  If he got laid, that's fine, but I've yet to see evidence.  If he has kids, God help us all.

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  • 11-11-2009 1:47 PM In reply to

    Family pictures shared

    Shared some photos today. Personal and family history is the most important long term info by far. Gather and catalog it with a passion.

    A friend that I worked with in the late 70's emailed saying his dad died last week. I looked up "brown" in the family album and found 5 pics.

    Most of them were taken on Rememberance day.  

    belgariontheking:
      If he has kids, God help us all.

    The late 60's was the best of times. No major disease and far fewer rules. My kids would be old farts by now.

    Sharing knowledge and sharing memories. It's easy to do.

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  • 11-11-2009 2:08 PM In reply to

    Re: Family pictures shared

    SpectateSwamp:
    It's easy to do.
    Please show us how.
  • 11-11-2009 3:32 PM In reply to

    • Renan_S2
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    Re: Family pictures shared

     

    SpectateSwamp:
    Sharing knowledge and sharing memories. It's easy to do.

     It's easy to do, and it's better when done with proper apps, like desktop search (Google Desktop, Beagle, etc...), photo managers (Adobe Lightroom, iPhoto, digiKam, F-Spot are the ones I can recall right now). Or even with grep, as I have done in the past.

     Not with your application that you proudly call "desktop search" even though it ISN'T.

     

    When all you have is a 9th Grade. education, all problems start looking like your Desktop. Search. (thank you, MasterPlanSoftware)
  • 11-11-2009 5:38 PM In reply to

    • spenk
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    Re: Family pictures shared

    SpectateSwamp:
    I looked up "brown" in the family album and found 5 pics.

    SpectateSwamp:
    Sharing knowledge and sharing memories. It's easy to do.

    I could do this easily as well - I would type the word 'brown' into the little box on my start menu.  Is your way easier?

     

    SpectateSwamp:
    Don't let them shut you up even if you can't spell or type or think straight. That's how you Share Knowledge.
  • 11-11-2009 6:19 PM In reply to

    Re: Family pictures shared

    Renan_S2:
    it's better when done with proper apps
    Boy, you have no idea how to play this game, do you?
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