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Hi, I'm Cole. Here's my Twitter. I'm the creator of iDecryptIt, and the founder of Hexware.

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Aug
18
accepted “nop; jmp short” vs. “jmp short; nop”
Aug
18
awarded  Organizer
Aug
18
revised Is not a valid Win32 application on a 64-bit machine
tag edit and `win32`->`Win32`
Aug
18
comment How can I make a window “read only” in GNU Screen?
Not that I know of. You can always just minimize it.
Aug
18
comment How to run two commands simultaneously?
Just put the shebang line followed by the two commands I beleive
Aug
18
suggested approved edit on Is not a valid Win32 application on a 64-bit machine
Aug
18
comment Is not a valid Win32 application on a 64-bit machine
It's worth noting that it IS NOT saying 32-bit can't be run on 64-bit
Aug
18
comment How to run two commands simultaneously?
Write a bash script?
Aug
18
awarded  Editor
Aug
16
comment What are the functions of the BIOS while the operating system is running?
I thought Brightness was done by altering the color values right before drawing.
Jul
20
awarded  Caucus
Jul
20
awarded  Constituent
Jul
18
comment Cygwin shell is overriding my Windows shell
This is not fit for SO. More like SU or SF.
Jun
23
comment Mac localhost website deleted using PHP unlink function. Need to recover them
@jamcoupe you are correct. It just deletes the entry.
Jun
23
answered Mac localhost website deleted using PHP unlink function. Need to recover them
Jun
8
awarded  Benefactor
Jun
8
accepted Windows 7 doesn't show image size for all images
Jun
8
comment Windows 7 doesn't show image size for all images
@Synetech yes, dimensions. As I said in my other comment, the ones not marked as PNG are the XNA content project
Jun
6
comment Can i carry power through ethernet cable
By tagging, power-over-ethernet, you seem to have answered your own question however.
Jun
6
comment Can i carry power through ethernet cable
Technically, you can send power over any cable. The receiving end just needs to support it.