Joined on July 8, 2003
Last Post on December 11, 2011
@ December 11, 2011 8:48 PM in The FUN has begun...and thought of this place after seeing Mark.
Congrats and happy holidays.
been a few years since I was here.
@ July 8, 2003 11:50 PM in Anybody else having cookie problems on The Wall?Whatever virus protection you use, you should have it check for updates everyday, the default is usually ONCE a week. With Symantec, you can manually run LiveUpdate to pull down the latest updates. Schedule it to run at night if you leave your machine on and you will be all set in the A.M. A free Online Virus and Security Check is available from Symantec Go here: http://securityresponse.symantec.com/ and click the "Free Online Virus and Security Check" link
@ July 8, 2003 11:47 PM in POSSIBLE VIRUS BEING SENTis available from Symantec Go here: http://securityresponse.symantec.com/ and click the "Free Online Virus and Security Check" link Whatever virus protection you use, you should have it check for updates everyday, the default is usually ONCE a week. With Symantec, you can manually run LiveUpdate to pull down the latest updates. Schedule it to run at night if you leave your machine on and you will be all set in the A.M.
@ June 17, 2003 11:13 PM in Back-up filesMaxtor makes a one touch backup system in various capacities. Very simple and effective. Essentially it is an external hard drive bundled with software. Also, CD burners are dirt cheap these days but are more time consuming. http://www.maxtor.com/en/products/external/personal_storage_5000/index.htm
@ February 4, 2003 12:23 AM in First or second floor laundry roomsIt is a special pan just for this purpose. I see they make one for water heaters now. http://www.floodsaver.com
@ February 3, 2003 9:33 PM in blue ray burnerfor Alan Mercurio if he does not have a copy already. He will be incorporating the late John Gates "Just for Teks" web site into his. John's web site had a lot of older info available. http://www.oiltechtalk.com
@ January 18, 2003 12:24 AM in unfamiliar tubingstill looks like it is made: http://www.lapham-hickey.com/Products/SteelTubing.cfm Check out this tidbit: "William, double-flaring hard lines is mandantory IF you use std steel brake line, which is also known as "Bundyweld". Bundyweld is rolled sheet steel that is furnace- brazed together to make a tube; single-flaring will almost always split it at the braze line, causing a leak. Double flared bundyweld does not split. This by the way is '30s technology that was never updated. Conversely, it is almost impossible to double-flare stainless steel tube because of the instant work-hardening it does. So for SS, I think single flare is OK- we used single flares on ss tubing in Lockheed's spacecraft w/no problems. And remember, bundyweld is the only "official" DOT-certified hard line except for Pat Mical's Future Auto ss hard lines. Don't know which flare Pat uses. J"
@ January 13, 2003 8:31 PM in remote oil gauge jim f.without the heater. It was easy to put in and is going on 2 years+ with no problems.
@ December 31, 2002 5:06 PM in Radiant Web Sitehere is Heatboy's That other company has more To check your metatags, which do get picked up by trolling search engines, go to your main web page and click on "view source" in IE5
@ December 27, 2002 9:39 PM in Windows XPif they are real or not. This is the link to Symantec's security response center. On the lower left of the page is the reference area. It has links to hoax and joke fake viruses. I always check when somebody sends me something about virus such and such, and I want to make sure it is real or not. http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/
@ December 15, 2002 4:40 PM in Carrying I & O Manuals in trucks. (hb)those "tablet pC's". They maybe just what you guys need. Prices are between $1500 - $2000 http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/tabletpc/tc1000.html
@ December 15, 2002 11:31 AM in Carrying I & O Manuals in trucks. (hb)Scanners and Cd burner's are now very inexpensive. I would try to download what I can off of the Internet preferably in PDF format. When scanning manuals and such, set your scanner to grayscale, you do not need color for the majority of them. A side benefit of doing grayscale is the scans are quicker and the file sizes are smaller. If you have a full version of Adobe Acrobat, you can convert scanned images and Word documents to PDF format. The PDF format is much smaller in size than other formats and is easier to work with. I have thrown out several large bags of paper that is now stored digitally on my computer. All of my manuals for my tools are in PDF format and easily fit on a CD.
@ December 13, 2002 9:12 AM in Opinions on Thrushhttp://www.thrushco.com Thrush Company, Inc. 340 West 8th Street Peru, IN 46970 Phone: 765-472-3351 FAX: 765-472-3968 email@example.com
@ December 12, 2002 12:03 AM in German Ball Valvetheir web site: http://www.simplex-wilfer.de/# Look at the radiant wall:
@ November 15, 2002 6:44 PM in NORTEC humidifiersNortec's website is http://www.humidity.com closest Nortec agent is the one below. maybe they can help. Potomac Environmental Technologies, Inc. 6980 Muirkirk Meadows Dr., Ste. C Beltsville, Maryland 20705 Phone: (301) 419-3936 Fax: (301) 419-2247 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
@ November 12, 2002 10:35 PM in What would you guys think?? SEfor some good product reviews. http://www.toolsofthetrade.net Professionals can subscribe for free to the magazine, the subscribe link on toolsofthetrade takes you here: http://www.omeda.com/tott/tott.htm
@ November 12, 2002 12:40 PM in J. J. Nesbitt Inc.NOTES FROM LETTERS DURING 1938 'John J. Nesbitt, and two sons under the name of John J. Nesbitt, Inc., Holmsberg, Philadelphia, manufacture modern heating and ventilating units which it calls the Nesbitt Syncretizer. This family is from Ireland and was located at Atlantic City, New Jersey for a time.' http://www.nisbetts.co.uk/archives/nesot2.htm
@ November 1, 2002 8:39 PM in Comparing different heating systemsthe air quality issue. We actually have a committee formed in our town to assess this. (We had a school torn down for air quality problems). Push the benefits of radiant heat from a health issue also.
@ November 1, 2002 8:36 PM in Comparing different heating systemsthe air quality issue. We actually have a committee formed in our town to assess this. (We had a school torn down for health issues). Push the benefits of radiant heat from a health issue also.
@ October 15, 2002 4:32 PM in Mold -- The Next Crime Wavehow many homeowners know about a CLUE report? (Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange, a database of homeowners' claims histories) For one good article, read this: http://www.insure.com/home/pastclaims.html Here is another from WSJ: http://homes.wsj.com/buysell/mortgages/20020605-oster.html I believe this is the web site for CLUE: http://www.choicetrust.com