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    I need a new avatar.

    I haven't changed it in a year and a half. I don't even play Warzone 2100 anymore.

    Use the knowledge about me you can extrapolate from my posts to suggest a new one... please?
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    Wait till sunday man... M extremely busy
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    Make sure you also drop by here once you're back.
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    Great. Now we got anon--the rag man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazzy View Post
    *image*

    Here you go~ !
    Added to my list of candidates

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    Great. Now we got anon--the rag man.
    I'm wearing a towel on my head as I type this to help my fabulous hair dry faster, does that also make me a raghead?
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    What are you trying to suggest? I'm only ugly and a computer geek on the inside... well... I guess those are the things that shine through the most in this place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellman View Post
    Tapping Street Lamps

    It's fairly well known that these lamps have been tapped for electricity by activists in the past. Using the cities electricity for free can be very beneficial. Only attempt this if you have some good training working with high voltage electricity, even union trained and certified electricians require lots of extra special training to be certified to work with live electrical lines.

    REMEMBER: These actions are dangerous and illegal. Alert people in the area of your intentions, so they can avoid the dangerous live wires that will be in the area.

    Several items will be required:
    A 2-1 or 4-1 transformer or one or two travel electrical adapters rated for as much power as possible. Do not exceed their power rating with your line load.
    A regular extension cord or socket splitter will prove useful.
    An insulated handle knife may help expedite your work.
    Tamper resistant drivers. Search online or visit a hardware store for a good set of these obscure shaped drivers. If the drivers are not available, it is possible to create your own substitute by pressing a piece of clay into the fastener, grinding a slot onto the screw or grinding sides that you can grip with a vicegrips or a spanner/wrench..
    Basic safety equipment used when handling electricity, such as insulated gloves

    Don't act stupid with electricity. It can injure or kill you.

    Before getting to work, make sure all of your equipment functions properly, and that your insulating gloves are on. Check for holes and punctures. Remove any unnecessary accessories such as jewelery, rings and chains.

    Lay down a heavy vinyl or rubber mat, this helps to insulate you from the ground even when kneeling. Concrete, especially when damp is a surprisingly good conductor.

    Wear heavy rubber gloves both hands.

    Do not EVER rest your head or lean on the power pole.

    When dealing with live wiring ALWAYS keep one hand in your trouser pocket, this helps prevent an electrical pathway from forming down one arm, across your heart and back through the other arm.

    The first step is to gain access to the wiring within the lamp post. This is where you'll need your tamper resistant drivers. Unscrew all fasteners on the service panel on the side of the post near the bottom. Remove the panel.

    Now you will see some wires going from the ground to a wire connector, and then up the lamp post to the lights. If it is possible to undo the wire connector to expose some bare lines, then do so. Otherwise, you'll have to CAREFULLY use your knife to strip the wire. Make sure it is not in contact with any other conductor, including the post itself, while doing this.

    Hopefully, you already know what voltage your equipment needs. Unfortunately, it is unlikely that the lamp is carrying that voltage. You will have to use your volt-meter to measure the voltage between the lines in the lamp. If you happen to find the voltage you needed, you're in luck. Otherwise, it's going to be a multiple of it, either between 220-240 or 440-480.

    Assuming that you wish to have a 110-120V socket for your equipment, you will need to use a transformer to convert the voltage. Before you can use the transformer, you need to get the power to its destination. Connect your heavy gauge wire to the now exposed copper and secure them near here with tape. Run the rest to where you need power. Make sure you run the wires close by, parallel to one another. This will minimize losses and interference in the transmitted power. Afterwards, either replace the former connector, or crimp the wire in place. If possible obtain a 2-1 or 4-1 transformer as required for the detected voltage, an inferior substitute is an inexpensive Euro to US power adapter which can be found at luggage and travel stores.

    By wiring the high voltage power from the lamp to the "euro" end of your transformer, you'll approximately have half that voltage output on the other side. Thus, one adapter will convert 220v to 110v. Two adapters will take 440v to the 110v you need. When using two adapters, wire the US coil of one to the EU coil of another, and then think of it as a single unit. This contraption should go at the end of your wires farthest from the lamp post, as higher voltages will transmit with less losses.

    Connect the US end of your travel transformer to a splitter or short extension cord. Connect your lines to the lamp. Do not do this beforehand, as otherwise you'll have long lengths of live wire.

    Your splitter should be readily pumping out 110-120vac or 220 if that's what you made it for.

    It's best to crimp the wire connections you've made, but alligator clips can work for short term purposes if nobody will disturb your tap.

    Make sure everybody in proximity knows that there are exposed live lines, and that people stay away from this while you work. As soon as you connect any electrical line, the whole line becomes live. Make sure the far ends are not touching and are not exposed to anything that could pose a hazard. Most of all, understand what you're doing and the dangers involved. Use common sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    What are you trying to suggest? I'm only computer geek on the inside
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    Tapping Street Lamps

    It's fairly well known that these lamps have been tapped for electricity by activists in the past. Using the cities electricity for free can be very beneficial. Only attempt this if you have some good training working with high voltage electricity, even union trained and certified electricians require lots of extra special training to be certified to work with live electrical lines.

    REMEMBER: These actions are dangerous and illegal. Alert people in the area of your intentions, so they can avoid the dangerous live wires that will be in the area.

    Several items will be required:
    A 2-1 or 4-1 transformer or one or two travel electrical adapters rated for as much power as possible. Do not exceed their power rating with your line load.
    A regular extension cord or socket splitter will prove useful.
    An insulated handle knife may help expedite your work.
    Tamper resistant drivers. Search online or visit a hardware store for a good set of these obscure shaped drivers. If the drivers are not available, it is possible to create your own substitute by pressing a piece of clay into the fastener, grinding a slot onto the screw or grinding sides that you can grip with a vicegrips or a spanner/wrench..
    Basic safety equipment used when handling electricity, such as insulated gloves

    Don't act stupid with electricity. It can injure or kill you.

    Before getting to work, make sure all of your equipment functions properly, and that your insulating gloves are on. Check for holes and punctures. Remove any unnecessary accessories such as jewelery, rings and chains.

    Lay down a heavy vinyl or rubber mat, this helps to insulate you from the ground even when kneeling. Concrete, especially when damp is a surprisingly good conductor.

    Wear heavy rubber gloves both hands.

    Do not EVER rest your head or lean on the power pole.

    When dealing with live wiring ALWAYS keep one hand in your trouser pocket, this helps prevent an electrical pathway from forming down one arm, across your heart and back through the other arm.

    The first step is to gain access to the wiring within the lamp post. This is where you'll need your tamper resistant drivers. Unscrew all fasteners on the service panel on the side of the post near the bottom. Remove the panel.

    Now you will see some wires going from the ground to a wire connector, and then up the lamp post to the lights. If it is possible to undo the wire connector to expose some bare lines, then do so. Otherwise, you'll have to CAREFULLY use your knife to strip the wire. Make sure it is not in contact with any other conductor, including the post itself, while doing this.

    Hopefully, you already know what voltage your equipment needs. Unfortunately, it is unlikely that the lamp is carrying that voltage. You will have to use your volt-meter to measure the voltage between the lines in the lamp. If you happen to find the voltage you needed, you're in luck. Otherwise, it's going to be a multiple of it, either between 220-240 or 440-480.

    Assuming that you wish to have a 110-120V socket for your equipment, you will need to use a transformer to convert the voltage. Before you can use the transformer, you need to get the power to its destination. Connect your heavy gauge wire to the now exposed copper and secure them near here with tape. Run the rest to where you need power. Make sure you run the wires close by, parallel to one another. This will minimize losses and interference in the transmitted power. Afterwards, either replace the former connector, or crimp the wire in place. If possible obtain a 2-1 or 4-1 transformer as required for the detected voltage, an inferior substitute is an inexpensive Euro to US power adapter which can be found at luggage and travel stores.

    By wiring the high voltage power from the lamp to the "euro" end of your transformer, you'll approximately have half that voltage output on the other side. Thus, one adapter will convert 220v to 110v. Two adapters will take 440v to the 110v you need. When using two adapters, wire the US coil of one to the EU coil of another, and then think of it as a single unit. This contraption should go at the end of your wires farthest from the lamp post, as higher voltages will transmit with less losses.

    Connect the US end of your travel transformer to a splitter or short extension cord. Connect your lines to the lamp. Do not do this beforehand, as otherwise you'll have long lengths of live wire.

    Your splitter should be readily pumping out 110-120vac or 220 if that's what you made it for.

    It's best to crimp the wire connections you've made, but alligator clips can work for short term purposes if nobody will disturb your tap.

    Make sure everybody in proximity knows that there are exposed live lines, and that people stay away from this while you work. As soon as you connect any electrical line, the whole line becomes live. Make sure the far ends are not touching and are not exposed to anything that could pose a hazard. Most of all, understand what you're doing and the dangers involved. Use common sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hellman View Post
    Is that Firefox 1.5 on Windows XP!?
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    I settled for this 16-color homage to a well-known operating system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    I settled for this 16-color homage to a well-known operating system.
    You really like this OS that much ? :) .. I understand you though, After playing around with win10 I really missed my windows xp machine :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucius View Post
    You really like this OS that much ? :) .. I understand you though, After playing around with win10 I really missed my windows xp machine :(
    idk, i never missed it less and having to go to work each day where we "only" have win7 machines is annoying to the point where I asked them when they were going to roll out win 10

    to each their own, I guess :)
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