I like economics, law studies, government to a lesser extent, and I like history (mainly the wars, I like to learn about the battles and the who killed who). I was not thinking when you said social science. I prefer to call these cources social studies.
My music taste is different (and better) then yours.
Originally posted by MstrBob 'Tis bad! Thou shalt embrace thy nerdiness! Or something along those lines. I don't know, it's semi-late here.
Well, I think I could be classified as some kind of a nerd... A computer one, definitely. I spend time on the computer working instead of sitting in front of a television screen watching movies or T.V. all day. Hey! It might still be sitting, but at least I get some work done! (Unless you're like study movie-making for college or something?)
Don't Judge Me By My Computer! It's an out-of-the-box Dell. Only customizing I ever did was a RAM upgrade (woopty-damn-doo!)
Proc: Pentium III processor GenuineIntel ~864 Mhz
RAM: 190 MB of plain old ram (no SD, DR, ZYX ram, just plain old ram!)
hdds: This acronym confuses me x.x
Video: I don't know, probably crappy
800 x 600 Monitor! 18 Gbs of storage! Windows ME! Creme-Colored, Dell Logo-stamped everything! ARRGH!
Yeah, so if you couldn't tell, I'm not all that fond of this computer, but I didn't buy it, pick it, or was involved in the picking process at all! I've done all that I can with good software, but the specs are sad compared to yours, Peo, and a lot of the people on this board!
hdds, hard drives. Um... ram will be ddr, sd, or rd. It comes in
8 (yea on a 486 )
16 (old days sd)
32 (old days sd)
64 (still a pretty low number)
2048 (well this is big but it could come in this)
and so on, it goes in powers of 2.
So how the crap did you get 190...
128 + 64 = 192
128 + 32 + 16 + 8 + 4 + 2 = 190... thats a hard number to get to.
See, I really don't know. This it is part of the mystery that is dell. I'm pretty sure I started off with 64 MBs. Then, I needed an extra push (really needed it) So I added 128 MBs. But somewhere along the way, I lost 2 MBs, as my computer will only tell me that I have 190. Argh, this computer is so fricken quirky anyway, I've given up on it. It's 5 years old, I guess sort of middle-aged for computers.