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Back To School

by My220x on 29th August 2008 at 09:55 AM
Unfortunatly I go back to school next week, do I want to go back? NO! Sure if I never went back I wouldn't see my friends but I haven't actually missed any of this holiday.

It's 5:55am

by My220x on 22nd July 2008 at 06:57 AM
It's Tuesday and it's 5:55am, I got up at 4:50 am like I normally do and now am spending my time surfing Edugeek and learning all I can from the best of the best

I seriously can't wait for tommorow as it's a half day and I then have 6 weeks off, have fun all you guys who have to work but I suppose the school will be empty so you could get up to some fun

by My220x on 28th June 2008 at 06:31 AM
I have joined up on and I have to say that I am now hooked! So, far I have created five lenses, some of which are:

- How To Choose A Web Host
- Computer Jargon Buster
- Nerdcore


by My220x on 17th June 2008 at 08:38 AM
Oh joy exams all this week, luckily I do BTEC ICT so we have no Exam for that which is excellent as I would proably get annoyed by answering questions such as "Name an email application" and "What do you use Microsoft Word for?"

At least I have study leave

So, everyone have fun at work and wish me luck!

SATA Is A Graphics Card

by My220x on 17th May 2008 at 10:45 AM
Yesterday at School we had a quiz on IT. Now I posted before about my teachers knowing nothing but yesterday I argued with my teacher. Why? Because in his quiz he said that SATA is a type of graphics card and that your BIOS is stored on your Hard Drive. He admitted he was wrong with the SATA question but with the BIOS he said that the BIOS does not boot automatically when you turn your PC on you have to press a button but of course when you turn your computer on the BIOS runs to set everything up

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