jishi9
jishi9
4/1/11
9:27 AM
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Quite often I would use my laptop to watch a movie with friends on a TV (via HDMI). At the same time I often use my laptop screen to browse the internet, listen to music and even Skype. What is the best way to avoid causing any disturbances to the movie playing on the TV. Specifically:

2/16/11
10:18 AM
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Interesting, though I would take this with a grain of salt.

12/31/10
2:48 PM
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@jishi9: Also forgot to mention that you can attach a photo to an expense as well (useful if you want to have a photo of the receipt or of the item in question)

9/27/10
2:20 PM
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@neverbeenback: Not when things like having 2 cameras or multitasking are considered as "features" in 2010

9/27/10
10:52 AM
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I don't know about you, but I wouldn't be too comfortable attaching my cables to a magnet...

9/27/10
8:36 AM
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"Jinni" is Arabic for "genie" by the way, though it is also used as a generic descriptor of any supernatural creature.

9/27/10
7:30 AM
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Get one of those inexpensive rubber keyboards instead. They're flexible, lightweight, fold-able, roll-able, and washable. Not sure how much it would cost in the states but it cost me the equivalent of $11

9/26/10
4:56 PM
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Powerpoint is a great presentation creator! However, it's a double-edged sword as it also makes it easy for..let's call them less skilled presentation makers to create cheap/annoying/motion sickness inducing/seizure causing presentations

9/26/10
11:46 AM
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Confession: I multi-tasked while reading this article

9/20/10
1:32 PM
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When chrome first came I was dazzled, but I never saw myself leaving Internet Explorer.. LOL JK Firefox

9/16/10
10:54 AM
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I think there should be an extra choice added to the poll, namely "HELLO NO!"

9/15/10
8:53 AM
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@MaxellDVD1: No, the last time I used Norton was in the days of XP pre-SP1. My new laptop has (and only ever had) Microsoft Security Essentials installed. The old one did have Kaspersky installed for a while, I think.

9/15/10
4:46 AM
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@SimonSaysBleed: If they do, it would basically consist of a web browser frame as the desktop, which loads up Yahoo.com on startup. Much like Chrome OS, except without the tabs, and the extensions, and Google..

9/15/10
4:43 AM
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@PacJack360: The only way that would happen for me is if Google search decided to outsource their search results to Yahoo search.