Club409

The best damn waste of time!

Enhancing your computing experience

Drew
Total posts: 4902
quantum computing shens
mwinter
Total posts: 4229

Another site that does Moneys-ish things but this one is specifically for splitting rent based on who gets what perks / annoyances with their personal rooms. Interesting idea and it was based on SCIENCE!

mwinter
Total posts: 4229
(Updated 5/12/2011 3:13 AM)

SplitTheRent.org (apparently now at splittherent.com) has been updated with more features that basically makes it exactly like club409 Moneys. you can split bills furniture and other random expenses.

acelxix
Total posts: 2285

Dammit there goes our idea. :(  Oh well.

mwinter
Total posts: 4229

none of you kids use torrents to get your movies do you?

mike
Total posts: 2270

eek.  dont think i downloaded that.  how do you think they deal w/shared ip's? like if my roomie did. 

Oscar
Total posts: 1323

they sue whoever's name is on the account. guilty until proven innocent huzzah!

mwinter
Total posts: 4229
(Updated 11/4/2011 1:22 AM)

Not sure if all you dropbox users out there were aware.. but if you log in to your dropbox account and then give them a valid .edu email address then you'll get double bonus for being a student :)

edit: specifically they double the value of referrals so instead of 250 Mb per you get 500 Mb per. Thanks suprmelo!

also they double the max you can achieve via referrals so now i can get up to 16 GB. I'm going to combine this with the $100 free ad-words that google just sent me and get randos to sign up using my referral link. woot woot!

Drew
Total posts: 4902
ever needed to delete a file only to be thwarted by your comp telling you that it won't let you? maybe this will help maybe not won't try it until i need it next i suppose
acelxix
Total posts: 2285

Not familiar with that tool but Process Explorer can do the same thing.  I haven't used it in a while but it's fairly powerful.  It was really useful when trying to determine what dll's were being used by a process.  There was a case on a previous project where the code was updated and compiled but when run in the site the changes weren't present.  It turned out that an old version of the dll was being referenced.  We used PE to help track it down.