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d33j4y last won the day on December 17 2010

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About d33j4y

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    a.k.a. DJ Gandolfo
  • Birthday 05/01/1972

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    Southern California
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    Club Deejaying and Retired mIRC Scripter!
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  1. d33j4y

    The Dj Has Not Left The Building Lol!!!

    Ive been out of the scripting game for quite awhile! Chances are I may still have some of those old trivia questions left!? I will have to dig around! Sorry for not replying sooner...
  2. d33j4y

    Shortening Long Url's

    There are plenty of resource sites online that will let you shorten urls! Google "Short URL" and you will be given quite a few results!
  3. d33j4y

    Do You Think

    Php Nuke.. ah the memories lmfao..
  4. Chinese brands don't always command much attention in the U.S., so when ZTE teased its newest smartphone, the Axon, it initially didn't mention the company at all. The company's online promotions in advance of the launch featured a mysterious high-end Android device. The marketing scheme paid off, according to Adam Zeng, CEO of ZTE's mobile devices business, sparking media interest. It even caused some to wonder if the product was Korean-made, since Chinese brands have a low-end image to U.S. consumers, according to Zeng. ZTE was happy to clear up any preconceived notions. "Chinese brands can also come out with top-tier products," Zeng maintained. The Axon is a premium handset that the company claims can rival flagship phones from Apple, Samsung and LG. It is scheduled to go on sale in the U.S. in early August, and is already available for pre-order, with a no-contract price of $449. That's about $200 less than an iPhone 6 when bought without carrier subsidies. But consumers are still getting the latest in smartphone technology. For the Axon, this includes a 2560 by 1440 screen, an eight-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM, all fitted in a sleek metal case with leather on the back cover. Zeng noted that it took ZTE 18 months to develop the product. The company wanted to make sure it had everything, such as the ability to shoot 4K video, and a rear-facing camera with dual lenses. ZTE kept pushing the phone's launch date back to include more features, Zeng said. It also tapped talent from North America, hiring Seattle-based design firm Teague and former BlackBerry employees to help build the product. But even as the Axon has been made with U.S. consumers in mind, whether they will give it a chance is another matter. ZTE has been expanding in the U.S., although competition remains stiff. In this year's first quarter, it was ranked as the U.S.'s sixth largest smartphone vendor, with a 4.5 percent market share, according to research firm IDC. Industry leaders Apple and Samsung, on the other hand, have a combined market share of 62 percent. Brand visibility has been the key challenge for the company, Zeng said, with some consumers still unaware of the company and its products. ZTE isn't the only Chinese company hoping to make it big in the U.S. All of the top Chinese smartphone brands are expanding globally. Rival Lenovo has acquired Motorola, giving it a strong foothold in the U.S., while Huawei and Xiaomi also want to eventually build a bigger presence in the market. ZTE hopes the Axon will help it stand out from the crowd. The company wants to surpass LG to become the U.S.'s third-largest smartphone vendor and has given itself three years to achieve the goal. To make that happen, ZTE is increasing its marketing, and focused on designing high quality products that can generate word-of-mouth interest. The second and third-generation Axon flagship phones are already in the works, Zeng said. "A lot of news reports say our phone can compete with Samsung's Galaxy S6," Zeng added. "I'm confident we will make great progress in North America."
  5. A programmer for defunct file storage site Megaupload has pleaded guilty to criminal copyright infringement charges and has been sentenced to a year and a day in U.S. prison. Andrus Nomm, a 36-year-old Estonian man, pleaded guilty Friday in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia to conspiracy to commit felony copyright infringement. District Judge Liam O’Grady accepted the guilty plea and imposed the sentence. Nomm is the first defendant to face charges in the U.S. in the Department of Justice’s long-running copyright infringement case against Megaupload. The plea is “a significant step forward in the largest criminal copyright case in U.S. history,” Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell said in a statement. Nomm agreed to waive his extradition hearing in the Netherlands after he was arrested in January 2012. Prosecutors agreed to a light sentence for his guilty plea, the DOJ said in a press release. Nomm was charged, along with six other people and two privately-held companies, by a federal grand jury on Jan. 5, 2012. A superseding indictment with additional charges was returned on Feb. 16, 2012. The superseding indictment charged the defendants with conspiracy to commit racketeering, conspiracy to commit copyright infringement and conspiracy to commit money laundering. In addition, the defendants are charged with five counts of criminal copyright infringement and five counts of wire fraud. The DOJ accused the operators of Megaupload of running websites that willfully reproduced and distributed movies and other products protected by copyright. In court papers, Nomm agreed with prosecutor estimates that the cost of Megaupload’s infringement was more than $400 million. At points of its operation, Megaupload claimed to account for 4 percent of total Internet traffic, with 50 million daily visitors. Nomm was a computer programmer who worked for the Mega Conspiracy from 2007 until his arrest in January 2012, he hold prosectors. Nomm was aware that copyright-infringing content was stored on Megaupload and related websites, including movies and television programs, he told prosectors. Nomm downloaded copyright-infringing files from the Mega websites, the DOJ said. An extradition hearing for four co-defendants, including Megaupload owner Kim Dotcom, is scheduled for June in Auckland, New Zealand. Two other co-defendants remain at large. Source: PCWorld
  6. d33j4y

    Tcn Client

    Your welcome guys!
  7. d33j4y

    Tcn Client

    I have it! I just uploaded it to the downloads for you guys!
  8. d33j4y

    Tcn Client

    TCN Founder Script V1 ?
  9. d33j4y


    PK, yep that was one of the easiest ways to moof those servers lol.. err0r, not a problem bro! I'll be uploading a few more soon!!
  10. d33j4y


    I will get these PaperIRC versions submitted to TG downloads so that they will be made available! On that note, I highly recommend not using PaperIRC for your chat network unless you want something for a very small crowd as these are very unstable! Use them with caution!
  11. d33j4y


    Good thing I still have these old chat files saved lol.. *Link removed since its now available in the downloads section.
  12. d33j4y

    Has Chat Really Died

    Haha, I know but the Bass and Treble go hand in hand in my line of work!!
  13. d33j4y

    Has Chat Really Died

    I am just all about that BASS, about that BASS.. All TREBLE!!!
  14. d33j4y

    Blimey People Still About From The Msn Days...

    Haven't been in chat in awhile as the deejaying career has been keeping me busy lately lol..
  15. d33j4y

    Estimated Wait Time

    Thats funny!! Next in line to not be helped lol... How ya doing bro!?