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2:13 AM
@TheMattbat999 How come Google loads sites?
 
 
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12:08 PM
@AlexandreVaillancourt what do you mean
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1:07 PM
@TheMattbat999 You said "it took google 10 minutes" to load the site? Google is a technology company, how does it load a site?
 
The entire company could not load a single site for 10 minutes.
 
nwp
They should just have crawled the internet and indexed and saved all web pages so that ... oh.
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1:54 PM
So they actually downloaded the internet?
 
2:11 PM
Hey as long as you don't download the internet to an internet accessible location...
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3:33 PM
Sounds about right. When I worked IT support back in the 90s, problems with downloading the Internet occurred at least a couple times a week. Occasionally someone tried to print the Internet. It was much smaller back then, but eventually print quotas were instituted just the same.
 
The worst part of that is that it hogs the bandwidth. Can't play WoW decently when someone at home is downloading the Internet.
 
nwp
If you do print the internet make sure it's the latest Web 4.0 beta. Imagine printing the internet and having it be outdated.
 
Are you sure you want to use a beta version, though?
 
nwp
If you exclude sites that are in beta then there is almost nothing left.
 
3:53 PM
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Q: Drag 3D camera with mouse cursor

LolumsI have a camera that is moved by changing its X and Z coordinates. However, the camera is rotated, so when an object moves by 1 unit in the world, the number of pixels it moves by isn't trivial to determine. How could I move the camera so that if the pointer is at a set point, that point will be...

 
Yeah, like Gmail that was in beta for like, 14 years?
 
4:19 PM
@AlexandreVaillancourt i was referring to the application the company made
 
@TheMattbat999 There are many :)
 
prepares Mod Hammer.
 

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