Best wishes to everyone for the New Year!
Enjoy the New Year's in Edison.
Isn't that the area (Menlo Park) where the first electric city lights were fired up by Thomas Edison? Appropriate venue for the Millenium celebration.
[This message has been edited by Laurence (edited December 30, 1999).]
From a Systems Programmer to you Baimo,
good luck. I'm hoping we'll be OK. Our
OS/390 parallel Y2K operating system
I am from Edison. I am one of those people you have been hearing about that have to work all weekend. From Noon friday until Noon tuesday for Y2K software bugs. I am a programmer for that big Telephone company here in NJ. I will be in the East Brunswick Towers at exit 9 of the Turnpike with a big can of Raid just in case my code breaks.
So go get drunk and have fun, poor baimo will be working.
Happy New Year
Baimo, what are the odds we went to the same tiny school and now chat here on the eve of the new era? Serendipity? Play the lotto!!!
Tim, same wishes for the New Year and for an un-stressful transition and congrats on being redundant (systems, that is)! http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/smile.gif
[This message has been edited by Laurence (edited December 31, 1999).]
For sure Ill listen to the 20ts when they come out, but I think I am so happy with the 10ts that they'll stay in my main system for quite some time. Who knows, by the time Im ready to "upgrade" Mike Kelley will have 30ts?! http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/smile.gif
Laurence, Happy New Year!!!
I'm writing from Las Vegas one more time before I'm back on the Internet when I am back in Ottawa.
For some reason, my Happy New Year's post dissappeared (I was also wondering if any of you were going to be at the CES). As that thread dissappeared due to this rented computer's fault, unfortunately, that probably means I'll have to go to the CES by myself!
Anyway, if you see somebody who looks like the picture at www.marky.com/pictures/ be sure to stop by and give me a hello!
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BlurBusters Blog -- Eliminating Motion Blur by 90%+ on LCD for games and computers
Rooting for upcoming low-persistence rolling-scan OLEDs too!