Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 43995
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2018/10/20 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2006/8/14-16 [Computer/SW/Apps] UID:43995 Activity:nil
8/14    Pretty cool Photoshop filter:
        \_ While the results look pretty, they also almost uniformly have this
           "otherworldy" look to them, where the back of your brain goes
           "there is something very wrong with this picture; i just don't know
           what it is"
           \_ Exactly.  I felt like I was playing a videogame.
2018/10/20 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

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1/22    looking to buy a new development laptop
        needs ssdrive, >6 hr possible batt life, and runs linux reasonably
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        \_ thinkpad t23 w ssdrive and battery inplace of drive bay
        \_ Ever wondered what RICHARD STALLMAN uses for a laptop?  Well,
           wonder no more!
2008/4/11-16 [Computer/SW/Apps] UID:49732 Activity:nil
4/11    Hilarious photoshop disasters.
2007/3/29-4/2 [Computer/SW/Virus] UID:46142 Activity:moderate
3/28    After almost a decade of not using windows I'm thinking about getting
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           \_ I actually agree w/ this. Install Linux and VMWare. Then
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