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Resident Math Teacher at Denver Teacher Residency


Jun
9
awarded  Yearling
Jun
9
revised Using shared git working area on multiple hosts
Added answers to questions.
Jun
9
answered Using shared git working area on multiple hosts
Jun
1
comment Wireless Card Connection Speed
I tested the card under Ubuntu Linux and got the same result (theoretically eliminating software/driver problems). Based on some things I've read, it sounds like a new wireless n card would perform better than the old wireless g card I have. Is that likely to be the case?
May
31
revised Unknown Filesystem Type vboxsf
Updated answer based on updated question.
May
31
comment Unknown Filesystem Type vboxsf
See my updated answer above.
May
31
revised Unknown Filesystem Type vboxsf
Updated answer based on updated question.
May
29
answered Unknown Filesystem Type vboxsf
May
29
comment Excel 2010 Move data from multiple columns/rows to single row
Your question is confusing. Your title says "Move data from multiple columns to a single row". But the example you provide (a1a22a33...->a12233...) looks like sorting a row (and possibly eliminating duplicates). Can you be more specific about exactly what you want to do?
May
28
awarded  Editor
May
28
revised Wireless Card Connection Speed
Added clarification
May
28
comment Wireless Card Connection Speed
Trying a different OS is a good idea. I actually already dual-boot Linux on that machine so I will give that a go. Your suggestion to try a different adapter is also a good idea, but I don't have a different adapter to try unless I buy a new one.
May
28
asked Wireless Card Connection Speed
May
18
comment Can HandBrake flip/rotate a video?
This is probably the best answer. Agreed; it should be upvoted to the top. It works with all the other GUI options. I was able to use , --rotate=3 for a 180 degree rotation.
Aug
19
awarded  Supporter
Jan
5
answered I was deleting programs I do not use and found a very generic, unidentifiable program called 'files opened'
Dec
20
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
2
comment Windows won't sleep after booting from grub
I know that marking a partition as active works when you are dual-booting from a single hard drive, but it does not solve the problem for me when windows is on a separate hard drive. shutdown /s is a good suggestion that I have not tried, I'll have to see if that works.
Oct
23
awarded  Teacher
Oct
23
answered Unstoppable Blue Screen of Death