12/04 Wolfman Wednesday

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    Evening/morning, nightgoers. Long time no see. :ba:
     
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    Raul Puri [A1W957SJ37VX6E] Which conversation is from humans - $0.08 | PANDA


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    As a child, I always thought this was sang by The Rolling Stones. Even now, although I know better, I still picture Mick Jagger on stage doing an awesome walk and going ”Ooooooooow!”.
     
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    We wore out the Looney Tunes (1976 - cough - so old) record as kids so I always just think of it as the song after "Haunted House" and before "Dinner With Drac" - but I love imagining Mick Jagger strutting and doing the howl - hahahaha
     
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    Also now, hearing it, I can't stop picturing Mick Jagger. :)
     
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    Title: AllenNLP: Question-Answering on Temporal Relations (Final pilot before real job) | PANDA
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    This is a slow one, but @IcyTundra I thought you might like it.
     
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    While it's slow - any thoughts from the late-night crowd on which virus protection program is best for all your stuff? I have some renewals coming up this week (Tablet, Laptop, etc,) - and hate all the extra bloated BS from some companies, but still like the basics covered...Any advice?
     
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    None :p
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    Huge Cat Power fan. Trying to remember the first video I saw of hers years and years ago - I think she was singing in a diner? It was awesome...
     
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    I would go this way - but I am not yet that responsible of a human being. Also I get paranoid I'm not backing all stuff up correctly (as have had some massive crashes that get me twitchy <cold sweat, NYC presentation, Laptop Blue Screen of Death type things>).
    Annnnd I have a drawer of CD's and floppy discs with god knows what on them - so obviously I need help. :)
     
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    I was introduced to her music 2003-ish (I think). I haven't heard too much other than the first album, but it's on the to-listen list. ”I don't blame you” still brings me to tears, at times.
     
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    Floppy disks? Who even has those anymore?

    Don't look in my desk drawers.. :tinfoil:
     
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    Hahahaha right!!?? I don't even know how to find out what is on them at this point...
    Don't even get me started on how many USB's and back-up drives we have lying around the house...
     
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    That said I really am looking for recommendations for how people back up everything. Right now I have a mish-mash of Drop-box, Google, USB's, Hard Drives etc - I'd like to make it a bit more organized - and predictable in emergency

    *Noting we are in a high-power outage just got a foot of snow yesterday into today area
     
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    Avast is what I use. I always tend to flip flop between AVG and Avast, sometimes Panda. Every time I rebuild one of my desktops or laptops, I forget what I was using previously and install whatever is popular according to google as long as I was familiar with the brand. So far, Avast as been great for me. The only time it annoys me is what I am trying to install sketchy stuff on my PC. It's lightweight and doesnt always try to promote the premium version like AVG did/does. I think Windows Defender(windows 10 built in) is actually pretty good too although in some tests, it didnt perform as well as third party applications.
     
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    Another heart, heart, heart one for me of hers is her cover of Sea Of Love from Juno... love it so much...

     
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