Have any one seen any good anime lately?

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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby nekomusume » Sun Aug 05, 2007 4:26 pm

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Least I'll be able to move all of our computers up to one place =^..^= my SUN and Sgi stuffs in bracknell, london, Sunderland and glasgow.

so am like hmm were is that file ... oh its on the Indy thats at my mothers only 200 miles away O_O


imagine every computer having it's very own ipv6 or ipv4 address and you connect to it from anywhere and fetch your files.
i'm fucking waiting for such age to come... when any device will have it's communication chip, starting with fridge ending with my monitor. setting everything by connecting from outside.


lol but we'd run out of ipv4 addys and IPV6 if everything had a ip

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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby toxygen » Sun Aug 05, 2007 4:35 pm

nekomusume wrote:lol but we'd run out of ipv4 addys and IPV6 if everything had a ip


maybe not

wikipedia wrote:The main improvement brought by IPv6 is the increase in the number of addresses available for networked devices. IPv4 supports 2^32 (about 4.3 billion) addresses. In comparison, IPv6 supports 2^128 (about 3.4×10^38) addresses, or approximately 5×10^28 addresses for each of the roughly 6.5 billion people[1] alive today.


but just in case, that we would really run out of addressing space, there are always chinese with their ipv9:

wikipedia wrote:It [ipv9] has been described as a protocol similar to IPv6, but with a 256 bit address space instead of IPv6's 128 bit address space
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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby nekomusume » Sun Aug 05, 2007 5:55 pm

toxygen wrote:
nekomusume wrote:lol but we'd run out of ipv4 addys and IPV6 if everything had a ip


maybe not

wikipedia wrote:The main improvement brought by IPv6 is the increase in the number of addresses available for networked devices. IPv4 supports 2^32 (about 4.3 billion) addresses. In comparison, IPv6 supports 2^128 (about 3.4×10^38) addresses, or approximately 5×10^28 addresses for each of the roughly 6.5 billion people[1] alive today.


but just in case, that we would really run out of addressing space, there are always chinese with their ipv9:

wikipedia wrote:It [ipv9] has been described as a protocol similar to IPv6, but with a 256 bit address space instead of IPv6's 128 bit address space


I forgot how big IPv6 was oh well my mistake and well why is all I have to say about IPv9

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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby Gray Fox » Sun Aug 05, 2007 6:36 pm

nekomusume wrote:
toxygen wrote:you live with another girl? :) that's evil :twisted:
and yeah, power5 are slick processors (imo one of the best, if not the best ones on the market).

i still remember my first contact with that machine, it was like first kiss :) :

Why thanks ^^ and atm am away trying to find a place in scotland for us to move to permo,

Yep, I miss it, shame we had to sell it to move however >_> Kim "Why dont we move in to a proper house" me "hmm ok darling"..... its got me skint atm

Least I'll be able to move all of our computers up to one place =^..^= my SUN and Sgi stuffs in bracknell, london, Sunderland and glasgow.

so am like hmm were is that file ... oh its on the Indy thats at my mothers only 200 miles away O_O

Oh yes also I recommend Tokyo Mew Mew, its amazing


Nice, 2 girls.

Why thanks ^^ and atm am away trying to find a place in scotland for us to move to permo


I cant wait till I move out. Then I can have more room for my stuff. But I dont really want to live in America anymore. But I guess I'm stuck here. Ill probably be living in Beatrice NE, Lincoln NE, or some where in Kansas. And have an IT job hopefully.

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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby Gray Fox » Mon Aug 06, 2007 12:00 am

Hmm. This kind of got off topic.

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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby regan_russell » Mon Aug 06, 2007 1:01 am

Does anyone like Ergo Proxy...?
They are showing late at night on Channel 21 here...
Should I bother staying up...?

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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby Gray Fox » Mon Aug 06, 2007 7:26 am

Never heard of it. So did you stay up to watch it.

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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby regan_russell » Fri Aug 10, 2007 3:31 pm

Gray Fox wrote:Never heard of it. So did you stay up to watch it.


Yes, it is a little difficult to pick up a few episodes in.
It has interesting story line so far.
And they are not changing the viewing times too much.
http://www.abc.net.au/tv/guide/abc2/200 ... 210000.htm

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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby D-EJ915 » Fri Aug 10, 2007 7:38 pm

Well...at the suggestion or rather request of my friend I finally got around to watching "Magical Pokan" which has a really obscure japanese title but that's what it's called here ...

Anyway, it's a stereotypical "girl comes to earth, needs to learn to live here" that about a million animes have played out but this time we get 4 girls instead of just one! Imagine that! Anyway, it's 12 episodes or 13 I don't remember and goes by quickly so it's worth the time spent to acquire it. Plenty of ecchi shots too, lol...seems it was made for that :roll: anyway.
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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby toxygen » Sat Aug 11, 2007 2:34 am

today i read:

The licensing of the Hikaru no Go manga will not affect the fansubbing of the Hikaru no Go anime as when it comes to licensing, anime and manga licenses are unrelated. That is to say when a company publishes the rights to the manga, they only get the rights to the manga. At current, no-one has licensed the anime.


so I would like to recommend you Hikaru No Go, which is anime that attracted tens of thousands spectators.

you can download it here:
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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby nekomusume » Sat Aug 11, 2007 2:10 pm

toxygen wrote:today i read:

The licensing of the Hikaru no Go manga will not affect the fansubbing of the Hikaru no Go anime as when it comes to licensing, anime and manga licenses are unrelated. That is to say when a company publishes the rights to the manga, they only get the rights to the manga. At current, no-one has licensed the anime.


so I would like to recommend you Hikaru No Go, which is anime that attracted tens of thousands spectators.

you can download it here:
http://tinyurl.com/y63esw
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cool! thanks mew mew

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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby Gray Fox » Mon Aug 13, 2007 2:50 pm

toxygen wrote:today i read:

The licensing of the Hikaru no Go manga will not affect the fansubbing of the Hikaru no Go anime as when it comes to licensing, anime and manga licenses are unrelated. That is to say when a company publishes the rights to the manga, they only get the rights to the manga. At current, no-one has licensed the anime.


so I would like to recommend you Hikaru No Go, which is anime that attracted tens of thousands spectators.

you can download it here:
http://tinyurl.com/y63esw
user: hng
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Seen it, didnt really care for it.

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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby nekomusume » Mon Aug 13, 2007 3:10 pm

Gray Fox wrote:
toxygen wrote:today i read:

The licensing of the Hikaru no Go manga will not affect the fansubbing of the Hikaru no Go anime as when it comes to licensing, anime and manga licenses are unrelated. That is to say when a company publishes the rights to the manga, they only get the rights to the manga. At current, no-one has licensed the anime.


so I would like to recommend you Hikaru No Go, which is anime that attracted tens of thousands spectators.

you can download it here:
http://tinyurl.com/y63esw
user: hng
pass: hngpwd


Seen it, didnt really care for it.


awww, did you see Battle Programmer Shirase on youtube?

BPS rocks =^..^=, not as much as GiTS Stand alone complex 2nd GIG

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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby D-EJ915 » Mon Aug 13, 2007 6:31 pm

nekomusume wrote:
Gray Fox wrote:
toxygen wrote:today i read:

The licensing of the Hikaru no Go manga will not affect the fansubbing of the Hikaru no Go anime as when it comes to licensing, anime and manga licenses are unrelated. That is to say when a company publishes the rights to the manga, they only get the rights to the manga. At current, no-one has licensed the anime.


so I would like to recommend you Hikaru No Go, which is anime that attracted tens of thousands spectators.

you can download it here:
http://tinyurl.com/y63esw
user: hng
pass: hngpwd


Seen it, didnt really care for it.


awww, did you see Battle Programmer Shirase on youtube?

BPS rocks =^..^=, not as much as GiTS Stand alone complex 2nd GIG

BPS is much better than GiTS :P at least imo, it's kind of a loli hacker show, lol.
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Re: Have any one seen any good anime lately?

Unread postby Gray Fox » Tue Aug 14, 2007 2:36 pm

I haven't seen BPS. Probably will when I get the hub hooked up at my new place. Might be on to night hopefully. So Ill talk to you (nekomusume) later.


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