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About pdhq64

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  • Birthday 03/19/87

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  1. And another year later I'm wishing you happy birthday again, just in case!

  2. If you ever visit this site again happy birthday :)

  3. As I'm sure I've posted this on the Facebook event page, but if I'm still living in London by then, then I'll show my face A hostel recommendation from me: Astor Quest I stayed there for 9 weeks in 2006 while I was working in London - an excellent hostel, literally a minutes walk from Hyde Park. Nearest tube stations are Bayswater and Queensway. I think it cost me about £12/night for a 6 bed en-suite room...
  4. pdhq21

    Haha, Kigan just told me about this thread on MSN. Thanks for all the birthday wishes guys Infact, Shorty beat Kigan to it - just checked my work emails :P I really should start posting here more often, but I've been without the internet at home since last May. Fingers crossed it'll be put in before the end of the month, so I promise to come back when it does
  5. The ONE Wii game to buy....

    Hey I actually forgot about Zelda...what the hell? I might have to get that as well as another game... Not sure my internet connection would be any good for online play - 3G internet through a phone isn't so hot... I remember Excitetruck from E3 last year...it turned out pretty good then? Oh the choices...!
  6. I haven't bought a Wii yet, but somehow convinced myself last night that I need one. Something to do with sitting at a desk all day, then sitting in front of the TV all evening. I dunno.. Anyway, I've got no idea what games are actually any good. There have always been games that have been awesome, but have gotten no publicity at all. I think I can only afford to shell out just over £200 at the moment, so I'm looking at a Wii and one game. If you could choose, what would it be? Ta.
  7. Calling all Andy McNab fans!

    If you don't like them, you don't like them. I assume you've actually read one of his books? You know what they say...don't judge a book by its cover. I'm fairly sure that 400,000 sales per book does say a lot about the quality of his writing. Sure, it may not be to your taste, but that many people wouldn't buy it just because they like the gun on the cover...
  8. Calling all Andy McNab fans!

    400,000 people per book (on the first print alone) disagree with you...
  9. Calling all Andy McNab fans!

    If you're unsure, try picking up Remote Control by him. You can get it for a penny plus delivery on the Amazon Marketplace. It's what got me into McNab, and one of the best books I've ever read.
  10. I can't be the only one that loves to read books by Andy McNab, can I? There must be others out there too. If you're one of them, you can get a copy of Recoil and/or Avenger signed by the man himself from his official website www.andymcnab.co.uk. You need a Paypal account, and access to the internet on your mobile phone. Click here to send the URL to your phone
  11. Wanted: Webscripter

    Hey, If you send me a more detailed description of what you want doing, I'll see what I can do.
  12. Right then, I'm after a talented website designer. If you can build XHTML/CSS based sites from your designs, that's even better! I work freelance for a few large media companies, and they're asking me to do websites for them now. I'm a web developer part time, and I can code PHP with my eyes closed. But I'm terrible at design - hence the need for a designer Right now, I have two websites that potentially need doing. One for a media company, and another for a bestselling author that you'll probably have heard of. As stated in the thread title, this is paid work. If you're interested, please drop me an email with a couple of examples of your work, and how much you expect to be paid. Can you also include whether you'll be just providing a design, or providing the XHTML/CSS code too. Thanks.
  13. Router Computer Connection Problems

    It's certainly not WPA or WPA-PSK. (A lot of devices don't support WPA. If all of yours do, use WPA. It's much more secure...) I'm unsure on the difference between open and shared. Try shared...?
  14. Universitay!

    Are you still going to Derby?
  15. Router Computer Connection Problems

    Login to your router (load it's IP address in your internet browser, ie Find somewhere where you can set wireless settings. Look for a "WEP Key". You'll be asked to enter a WEP Key. This is the password for your wireless network... It's normally in pairs of hex characters (0-9, and A-F). Enter 10 hex characters, apply it, then restart the Access Point. You now have a kind of secure wireless network! (I say "kind of"...WEP isnt secure - it just keeps your neighbours from connecting, kinda thing).