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  1. Hey Michael - any update from Google webmaster tool? I can browse the forum irritatingly with IE (and I used to work for IE... blech!!) but still not chrome, unless in anonymous mode. Cannot sign in. Looking at Google's Safe Browsing Diagnostic page for www.audioenz.co.nz What is the current listing status for www.audioenz.co.nz? This site is not currently listed as suspicious. What happened when Google visited this site? Of the 24 pages we tested on the site over the past 90 days, 0 page(s) resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent. The last time Google visited this site was on 2013-11-16, and suspicious content was never found on this site within the past 90 days. This site was hosted on 1 network(s) including AS33494 (IHNET). Has this site acted as an intermediary resulting in further distribution of malware? Over the past 90 days, www.audioenz.co.nz did not appear to function as an intermediary for the infection of any sites. Has this site hosted malware? No, this site has not hosted malicious software over the past 90 days.
  2. Hmm...the warning is back with Chrome now. Just tried IE (for the first time in ages :eek:) and it worked ok, no warning. Sheesh.
  3. I guess we got the all clear from Google, since Chrome works again for me today!
  4. Hey Michael I am getting feedback that there is still no login now from Aust—they cannot get on the site. when you go to Enz forums they get this bloody Go Wild Casino BS!! Same on two friends Computers
  5. Other members and I am getting malware warnings from Chrome regarding this forum for the past few days, but on obviously I am not getting them on my phone. Any ideas as to what's going on
  6. I photographed her in the mid-90s, a very interesting woman. Very kind.
  7. Laurie Anderson's farewell to Lou Reed reflects on love, life, death
  8. kiwi_1282001;191278 wrote: I am pleased to read of the gain you experienced by using a better power cord. In truth, for years I flatly refused to accept that power cords – assuming they were properly constructed with adequate wire gauge – could have any bearing on sound quality noting that unlike interconnect and speaker cables they are not in the signal chain. Nowadays, I am continuously on the lookout for power cords that improve my system and match my personal taste. Power cords are the last bastion of exploration for me in my system - all of my non-Shindo components use the stock cords, and I simply have refused to go there to protect my wallet/sanity. My amp and pre were the exception as that was made easy: Shindo users report that by and large the "upgraded" Shindo cords were equal or better to most of the very expensive cords that many very rich owners had tried. And, the optional cords are cheap to make oneself: Belden wire + Wattgate plugs. Voila, the best for the lesst.
  9. Unless something internally has gone amiss, the fuse may have simply blown due to moving/storing it and didnt like being turned on. Do you have a variac? If so, try bringing it up slow.
  10. Yes, I do. It is a far cry from where Windows was when I started using a PC with Win 3.1. Then, I was mostly using Mac OS6.2 I think, which was far better. I used both Macs and PCs up till about 1999, and then it was pure Windows. Win95 was revolutionary for its time, but I think the Metro GUIs come a long way to closing the gap with Macs. However, there is still the overall HW problem - Windows HW is too fractured an there is not enough work being done on making the SW/HW interface seamless. Much like Mac HW was after Jobs was ousted and all the clones almost killed Apple. Although Windows Phone does a better job than Surface or full Windows, IMHO.
  11. Hi-Fi heathen;191261 wrote: I apologise that I've gone miles off topic here - but all the same, I have to ask you to explain that comment to me...? Recently tried the new Lumia for a few weeks and thought WP had finally gotten the edge on Apple. I doubt I'd be the only person to think the new Apple OS seems to ape the WP look somewhat... http://news.cnet.com/Palm-does-Windows/2100-1041_3-5882674.html WP8 rocks!
  12. Hi-Fi heathen;191247 wrote: You worked on the early windows phones, GN? Didn't even realise they were around so early on. I have a longstanding (and irrational) love affair with the Palms - there was just something so perfectly charming about them... Long live the stylus! :rolleyes: WP1 came to market in '02 with Orange in the UK and then PPC phone with O2 network. I left in '04. We had three companies in our sights then: Palm, Nokia (Symbian) and Blackberry. Apple did more to kill the latter two than we did. It was an amusing day when Palm started running WP. That said, I hated most of the WP OS between WP1 and WP7, and was enticed by Apple and Android. But am back now...
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