I don't hate you
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I believe that's been done. I take it to be a literary reference.Or write a program to figure out the question to 42.
How about writing a text editor in bash?
Or a front end (UI) for my incredibly fast Game-of-Life engine.
Or an implementation of my fabulous probablistic chess engine (This one definitely hasn't been done before).
I have a thousand other great ideas for programs, mostly lurking in the dark recesses of my mind, although some have escaped and started to flourish on the backs of old envelopes. I don't know if I'm blessed or cursed.
Make something like a sheduler (I hope thats spelt right.) Something where you enter what your doing, when time, priority, that kind of thing
You can already do that in a thousand programs - mine was actually something I don't know of another solution for.Originally Posted by B0bDole
If I ever get a windows version of mine working, you'll be the first person to know.Originally Posted by Govtcheez
This is something I want to do when I have some free time. I don't know about you guys but whenever I found a good website, I copy & past the address in a text file (sometimes with a line of comment). But then the list gets so big that later I can't remember why I saved a particular web address or many times I just can't find the one I am looking for. So, I was thinking of creating a nice gui that will put the web addresses in different categories with some comments so that I can easily find the one I look for. I was also thinking about adding a shortcut that will take the web address directly from the explorer address bar, bring up my application automatically and put the address there in a predefined location so that I just enter some comments about the site and save it.
Perhaps you can do it for me !
Or write a program to figure out the question to 42.
I take it to be a literary reference.
*GASP* *FAINT* *RECOVER* The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy Series? I know you've heard of it, come on.
i don't think most standard compilers support programmers with more than 4 red boxes - Misplaced
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The makes me think I'm missing something, but why don't you just, I dunno, bookmark them.Originally Posted by khpuce
Well I might me wrong but won't having too much bookmarks slowdown my computer? Even if doesn't slow down the machine, I think it still will be difficult to find the one I need from a big list. I am talking about a minimum of say 50 or more web addresses.Originally Posted by Govtcheez
The idea I mentioned above is something I think will be helpful for my (or anyone else's I guess ) personal use. Also (I think) it will be easier to distribute the important addresses among friends.
But hey,...ITS JUST AN IDEA !
I'm pretty sure bookmarks aren't going to slow down your computer unless you have a ton of them (not 50). As for organization, just label them well, and it should be no problem. I have a lot of bookmarks at home, and have no problem navigating them.
Are you serious?Originally Posted by khpuce
No offence, but that's the weirdest thing I've read in a while.
A GUI to manage bookmarks in categories? Please use the built-in functionality in your web browser.
bookmarks.htm already contains all your bookmarks. If you're using IE, press File->Import and export->Bookmarks.Originally Posted by khpuce
Last edited by Sang-drax; 12-28-2004 at 04:40 PM.
Last edited by Sang-drax : Tomorrow at 02:21 AM. Reason: Time travelling
Make your own coding language :-p
Hmm...I didn't know bookmarking could be that helpful. Thanks Govtcheez and Sang-drax. I'll use the bookmark feature and hopefully shall find it convenient