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  1. Thanks my man. You need anything, just let me know.

  2. Awesome sig, man! Thanks!

  3. Kentucky lands highly sought power forward Patterson Patrick Patterson ended his recruiting saga Wednesday by committing to Kentucky. "I've always liked Kentucky, the basketball program, the fan support, everything about Kentucky," said Patterson, a McDonald’s All-American from West Virginia. "But the deciding factor was distance wise. I will like it for people from home to be able to come and see me play." A 6-foot-8 power forward, Patterson chose Kentucky over Florida and Duke, in turn passing on the opportunity to play with friend Jai Lucas, who committed to the Gators on Monday. Consequently, Billy Donovan missed on the chance to secure what would've probably been the consensus best class in the nation. But there's no need to feel sorry for Florida, which should still be competitive in the SEC next season thanks to other elite prospects like Nick Calathes, Alex Tyus and Chandler Parsons. As for Kentucky, this is huge and another tangible sign that new coach Billy Gillispie is capable of recruiting at the highest level. Patterson figures to be plugged into a starting frontcourt slot where he'll be surrounded by a talented group of guards led by Joe Crawford, Ramel Bradley and Jodie Meeks, plus incoming freshman Alex Legion. And though that's not good enough to unseat Tennessee as the league favorite, it's difficult to find many SEC schools with better overall talent despite this being a perceived rebuilding phase thanks to Tubby Smith's departure to Minnesota. [url="http://www.sportsline.com/collegebasketball/story/10184663"]http://www.sportsline.com/collegebasketball/story/10184663[/url]
  4. Sup big pimp! Just swinging in to give a shout out.

  5. [quote name='LeakyBengal' post='447148' date='Feb 28 2007, 12:56 PM']I've heard both rumors but why would the guy from the Pheonix Suns, the most exciting team in the NBA, come to KY? Calapari, Memphis's coach, isn't a stretch. Apparently Memphis struggles to fill the arena and Calapari has to beg for donations. He doesn't have to do that at UK. Also, if he can recruit for Memphis and should be x10s easier at UK.[/quote] He was talking about leaving the NBA last year. I think he said that he wanted to be closer to home (WV). It could all very well be a pipe dream anyways.
  6. I just talked to my father who lives in the Lexington area, and he said that Tubby's not fired YET. He said the major consensus is to wait for the end of the season then make a decision. He also said they have some running pole going on on the radio show they have and that 73% of voters want him out now, 17% want to wait for the end of the season, and 10% want him stay at least one more year. Looks like Tubby's on the hot seat though.
  7. Has anyone heard about Tubby's contract being bought out, that he's not going to be returning? My bro just told me about this and I was wondering if it was a bullshit. He said they were talking about the head coach for the Pheonix Suns or the Head coach for Memphis as potential replacements. I dunno, seems like too much to me. Personally I wouldn't mind getting Pitino back.
  8. Bengals_12th_Man is the s*** at graphics!

  9. Sup sup Cinnamon. Hows the wild life treatin' ya??? :P

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  12. Data Mining on the Internet with Google Google has quickly become one of the most well known words in the world and is used by millions daily, including myself. In an advanced database class back in university, we spent a couple of weeks studying the inner workings of search engines, and one topic which happened to come up was data mining using Google. Much to my surprise, out of a class of 80 fourth year computer engineers maybe four or five knew how to use Google to perform any sort of advanced queries. Google (and many other search engines) has the ability not only to search on keywords, but also using a more “database-ish” query language to really narrow down your search results. Below is a summary of a few of the most useful lesser known features. Note: in the examples, replace cwire.org with your own domain. Basic Usage: Use quotation marks ” “ to locate an entire string. eg. “bill gates conference” will only return results with that exact string. Mark essential words with a + If a search term must contain certain words or phrases, mark it with a + symbol. eg: +”bill gates” conference will return all results containing “bill gates” but not necessarily those pertaining to a conference Negate unwanted words with a - You may wish to search for the term bass, pertaining to the fish and be returned a list of music links as well. To narrow down your search a bit more, try: bass -music. This will return all results with “bass” and NOT “music”. General Tips: (I use many of these almost on a daily basis) site:www.cwire.org This will search only pages which reside on this domain. related:www.cwire.org This will display all pages which Google finds to be related to your URL link:www.cwire.org This will display a list of all pages which Google has found to be linking to your site. Useful to see how popular your site is spell:word Runs a spell check on your word define:word Returns the definition of the word stocks: [symbol, symbol, etc] Returns stock information. eg. stock: msft maps: A shortcut to Google Maps phone: name_here Attempts to lookup the phone number for a given name cache: If you include other words in the query, Google will highlight those words within the cached document. For instance, cache:www.cwire.org web will show the cached content with the word “web” highlighted. info: The query [info:] will present some information that Google has about that web page. For instance, info:www.cwire.org will show information about the CyberWyre homepage. Note there can be no space between the “info:” and the web page url. weather: Used to find the weather in a particular city. eg. weather: new york Advanced Tips: filetype: Does a search for a specific file type, or, if you put a minus sign (-) in front of it, it won’t list any results with that filetype. Try it with .mp3, .mpg or .avi if you like. daterange: Is supported in Julian date format only. 2452384 is an example of a Julian date. allinurl: If you start a query with [allinurl:], Google will restrict the results to those with all of the query words in the url. For instance, [allinurl: google search] will return only documents that have both “google” and “search” in the url. inurl: If you include [inurl:] in your query, Google will restrict the results to documents containing that word in the url. For instance, [inurl:google search] will return documents that mention the word “google” in their url, and mention the word “search” anywhere in the document (url or no). Note there can be no space between the “inurl:” and the following word. allintitle: If you start a query with [allintitle:], Google will restrict the results to those with all of the query words in the title. 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Example #1: Search for some MP3s Let’s say you’re a Beatles fan and want to see if you can find some of their songs on the Internet without using Kazaa, etc. Try this query: “index of” + “mp3″ + “beatles” -html -htm -php or you could try this query: * “index of/mp3″ -playlist -html -lyrics beatles Right away on the first few results returned by Google you can download MP3s. Example #2: Mixing some techniques together Here’s a simple exercise. We’ll mix around a few terms to get more accurate results. Let’s say we want to research sleep recommendations. One assumption could be that research papers on this topic would most likely be on an educational website — perhaps with a .edu domain. We could try this query: sleep recommendations site:edu Maybe we’re in my situation, and am thinking of applying to grad school. Let’s see if we can find the Graduate Studies Admissions Requirements at the University of Toronto. We could try this query: grad school admission requirements site:utoronto.ca Summary: After reading this article, you might be thinking “well, I could probably find those results without remembering these advanced search terms”. Well, the truth is that you probably could. The reason you want to start to use these advanced search tips is because they will help you find what you’re looking for faster. They greatly help narrow down the results, and more often than not, the information you were looking for will be in the first two or three results. [url="http://www.cwire.org/data-mining-using-google/"]http://www.cwire.org/data-mining-using-google/[/url]
  13. This is too funny! It almost makes up for us loosing...
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