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2014-05-23 00:28 »

Welcome back! :)

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2014-06-19 15:50 »

TmEE,

How is your back by the way? Are you back to normal? (Pun intended!) :mrgreen:

I'm want to try to buy a mountain bike to do some workout, have been sitting still way too much in the past few months. I too, am probably one heavy lift away from back problems. :???:

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2014-06-20 06:43 »

I stay in bed most of the time, taking it really easy. But I can get out and do stuff so most definitely huge improvement.

I have PillowSoundT atd Toshiba Tecra M4, it makes everything whole lot nicer :mrgreen:
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2014-06-20 16:46 »

Your pictures from your room is always so dreamy. I love those pictures. Full of tech stuff! That's actually quite a nice setup you got there for music. :thumbup:

...and coooooooooooool, I didn't see him at first! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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2015-10-06 18:28 »

By the way, the picture from your room which I used for the background image will be back. I just need time to adjust the new theme. :oops:

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2015-10-07 08:49 »

I can make another, the pile is still there but in a new form. New site, new pic ...? :P

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2015-10-07 08:55 »

Attachment seems not to have actually attached...
http://www.tmeeco.eu/BitShit/Temp/P2230285.JPG

:P

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2015-10-07 10:30 »

Hm, cool! Thanks! Although; I never remove originals. :mrgreen:
The attachment works just fine for me?
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2018-01-01 07:53 »

@TmEE,

I think it's time you buy an SSL certificate for your Web site! Make it "https://"! :mrgreen: ...you can buy super cheap for like $8 at namecheap.com. I bought our SSL certificate from there.

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2018-01-01 15:03 »

If I actually had any content there that needs some obfuscation during transit I perhaps should but for the time being there's no rush.
I would actually have to buy the full version of server software too then, because the free one can do http OR https, and I want both due to requiring really old crummy browsers being able to access stuff (win3.x computers for example).

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