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Nyob Zoo Peb Hmoob / Re: Hnub No Tuaj Txog
« on: September 28, 2023, 04:28:04 AM »
Nyob zoo.. Lub zos no nyob ntsiag to xyov tej neeg qub dua twg tag lawm awd...

Nyob Zoo Peb Hmoob / Nyob zoo os Hmoob awd..!
« on: September 21, 2023, 04:31:56 AM »
Nyob zoo os Hmoob awd..! Ntev kawg nkaus uas hnub no tau tuaj txog rooj teb no nej nyob li cas lawm xwb puas nyob zoo os?????

Marriage & Family Life / Re: nyob zoo os Hmoob
« on: September 21, 2018, 09:22:35 AM »

Computer & Technology / Re: Antivirus Protect
« on: June 20, 2014, 06:40:39 AM »
I'm been using Symantec endpoint protection for couple year now and no have no problems.

Computer & Technology / Re: Norton Ghost & Spyware software
« on: September 15, 2013, 02:36:18 PM »
I'm using Symantec Endpoint & malwarebyte's pro

Computer & Technology / Re: What laptop do you use?
« on: December 07, 2012, 11:33:21 AM »
I'm using Dell latitude D630 Business model

2G Memory
200GB hd
 running with Windows 7 Enterprise

Computer & Technology / Re: Hey computer geeks
« on: December 07, 2012, 11:30:48 AM »
can someone tell me wat is wrong with my home comp.
i can power up the tower but can not get anything going. keyboard lights up for a second then goes off.
my monitor just blank. mouse nothing.
of course i had it for more then 6+ years. or if ya'll ppl know. how much will  cost  me if i do it myself.

1.  Your Hard drive BAD
2.  Your motherboard fly...

Computer & Technology / Re: Printers
« on: March 20, 2012, 01:07:22 PM »
If you live around colorado come and get my free Brother Color Laser printer... color toner cost me more then buy new if you want come and get!


When Jack Froese, 32, died of a heart arrhythmia in June 2011, he left behind a number of grieving friends and family members. But the BBC reports that several mysterious posthumous emails from Froese's account have brought some happiness and closure to those who were closest to him.

Last November, five months after Froese's death, his childhood best friend Tim Hart received an email from Froese's account.

"One night in November, I was sitting on my couch, going through my emails on my phone and it popped up, 'sender: Jack Froese.' I turned ghost white when I read it," Hart told the BBC. "It was very quick and short but to a point that only Jack and I could relate on."

The email had the subject heading, "I'm Watching." While the text of the message itself read, "Did you hear me? I'm at your house. Clean your f***ing attic!!!"

Hart says that shortly before Froese's death, the two had a private conversation in Hart's attic, during which Froese teased him over the attic's messy state. "Just he and I up there. That's it," Hart said.

Froese's cousin Jimmy McGraw also claims to have received a posthumous email from Froese, warning him about an ankle injury that occurred after his cousin's death.

"I'd like to say Jack sent it, just because I look at it as he's gone, but he's still trying to connect with me. Trying to tell me to move along, to feel better," McGraw said.

For now, the source of the emails remains a mystery. But that's OK with Hart, who says that even if the emails are coming from a cruel prankster who has hacked Froese's account, he doesn't mind. "If somebody's joking around, I don't care because I take it whatever way I want," he said.

What's interesting and unique about this case is that the emails all had a personal touch. There have been several reported cases of emails sent from a deceased person's account, but those usually can be easily traced back to spam accounts that have accessed the deceased person's information.

Facebook has had somewhat similar problems for several years, with the social networking site sending automated notifications encouraging users to "reconnect" with the accounts of users who have died. Under normal circumstance, the feature is meant to help connect users who travel in similar social circles. In an 2010 New York Times story, Facebook said it was actively addressing how best to handle accounts belonging to users who have died.

And there are even options for those who would intentionally like to send emails from beyond the grave. The website Dead Man's Switch, lets you write email drafts that will be sent to a group of preselected recipients after your death. The site explains exactly how they're able to know when to send the emails:

"The emails are sent at certain intervals. By default, the switch will email you 30, 45, and 52 days after you last showed signs of life. If you don't respond to any of those emails, all your messages will be sent 60 days after your last check-in."

And if you're simply looking for advice on preparing for your Web-based afterlife, the site Digital Beyond offers ongoing tips about preparing your online identity for after your death.

Computer & Technology / Re: How do you get into the IT field?
« on: October 11, 2011, 09:49:50 AM »
I think you need to have friend to hook you up .........!

Music Discussion / Re: Christy Gibson Thai singer
« on: September 19, 2011, 11:01:54 AM »
Koj xav tau zaj nkauj no ua mp3 los????   If yes kuv mam pab koj tau koj tau mas....

Computer & Technology / wow...RedHat Enterprise 6.1
« on: September 02, 2011, 01:25:02 PM »
Yeap... running Redhat server 6.1

Computer & Technology / Re: Microsoft Windows 8
« on: August 18, 2011, 09:59:36 AM »
Hehehehe... well it's ok... I'm still love my winXP better

Computer & Technology / Microsoft Windows 8
« on: August 17, 2011, 11:55:58 AM »
Microsoft Opens Up About Windows 8
If you're dying for more Windows 8 news then you'll want to bookmark Microsoft's brand new blog, Building Windows 8 where the software giant plans to start dishing on the next iteration of its OS. Microsoft says it will use the new blog to talk about forthcoming features, user interface decisions, engineering and other Windows 8-related news. "We know developers, IT pros, and gamers all want to know what's new [in Windows 8] for them," wrote Steven Sinofsky, president of Microsoft's Windows and Windows Live division. "There is so much packed into Windows we want to be sure to take the time to cover as many of these topics as possible."

Microsoft did something similar during the development of Windows 7 with a blog called Engineering Windows 7.

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