The nedatanet beer tray series continues, with two examples of Coors beer trays from the Mr Ed collection. The ‘silver bullet’ tray is actually plastic, which some feel is appropriate to the taste of the beer.
Next up in the series of game day posters- Boston Bruins vs Carolina Hurricaines, featuring Milan Lucic on the front.
Symantec’s CleanWipe is a tool that is used to prepare or clean a Windows computer before you install Symantec Endpoint Protection, or to completely remove any instance of Syamantec Antivirus. The tool comes as a executable file that unzips its contents into a folder and then runs. The password for this self-extracting executable usually is “symantec” (no quotes, all lower case).If nothing else is working when trying to remove a stuck install of a Symantec Antivirus product, CleanWipe can usually get the job done.
CleanWipe will remove all remnants of the following products from a computer:
· Symantec Endpoint Protection
· Symantec AntiVirus
· Symantec Client Security
· Symantec Sygate Enterprise Protection
· Symantec Network Access Control
· Norton AntiVirus
· Symantec System Center
· Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager
· Symantec Protection Center
Use Cleanwipe with caution however, as it can step on other products that may depend on Symantec component applications- an example would be BackupExec or Live Update. CleanWipe can be acquired from Symantec Tech Support. If you have a valid support contract, call in and the technician will provide a link to download the latest version.
Similar to the earlier product ‘nonav’, running Symantec’s Cleanwipe is simple, just follow along with the prompts as they appear, then allow the machine to reboot when finished.
Hey kids, the NHL’s all star weekend is coming soon. Instead of digitally stuffing the ballot box, lets take a trip back to yesteryear, when you had to commit voter fraud the hard way – by grabbing the whole stack of voting forms and filling them out manually. Here is a scan of the 1992 NHL All Star ballot to get you started.
The Bruins gave away these nice Milt Schmidt lithographs to honor Uncle Milt on October 28, 2010. This was also the first night the “Thank You Kessel” chants began, as the Bruins shut out the Toronto Maple Leafs, 2 -0.
Some matlab command clips from the notebook. Most also work in R and Octave
Normalizes display of time stamps to hour minute second
allows keeping graphed numbers on an exsiting display while adding more
starts a fresh graph
makes the size of the x and y axes the same
clear screen, varibales ,etc
lists all variables in the workspace
Breaks current process, stops runaway processes
clear command window