Simfish/InquilineKea's Thoughts


list of nifty computer tricks
February 17, 2008, 8:59 pm
Filed under: computer

Using the potential of DownThemAll:

=> rich-text copying: if filters are too unselective, just copy region of text you want to copy, paste it in Gmail, and this will allow you to downthemall the things you want to download.

=> the batch file processing is powerful used in conjunction with windows search (or google indexing service): that’s how you can search in a webpage offline

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Posted by: Simfish Jun 19 2007, 11:48 AM

Copied from Adobe Acrobat:

The seminal paper of Ding et al.[
4
] showed that the seven-
repeat (7R) allele of the human dopamine receptor D4
(DRD4) gene, which has been associated and linked to
susceptibility to develop ADHD, is a young variant. How-
ever, the authors also demonstrated that it has been subject
to advantageous selective pressure, because genetic
parameters such as linkage disequilibrium (LD) extension
and variability strongly deviate from the expectation pro-
vided by Kimura’s neutral model of molecular evolution
[
29
]. These results were corroborated in a second study
from the same research group [
5
], which found a high
incidence of DRD4 7R allele variants and a significant
extensive LD around the 7R allele, suggesting positive
selection [
5
]. Other studies performed on additional genes
showed that allelic variants, conferring susceptibility to
ADHD, are very frequent in the population (see
Table 1
).
Comparing the frequency of these susceptibility variants
throughout populations distributed worldwide using
ALFRED (allele frequency database), a resource of gene
frequency data on human populations [
30
], we can see the
following:
=> (copying this into newline.html)
The seminal paper of Ding et al.[ 4 ] showed that the seven- repeat
(7R) allele of the human dopamine receptor D4 (DRD4) gene, which has
been associated and linked to susceptibility to develop ADHD, is a
young variant. How- ever, the authors also demonstrated that it has
been subject to advantageous selective pressure, because genetic
parameters such as linkage disequilibrium (LD) extension and
variability strongly deviate from the expectation pro- vided by
Kimura’s neutral model of molecular evolution [ 29 ]. These results
were corroborated in a second study from the same research group [ 5
], which found a high incidence of DRD4 7R allele variants and a
significant extensive LD around the 7R allele, suggesting positive
selection [ 5 ]. Other studies performed on additional genes showed
that allelic variants, conferring susceptibility to ADHD, are very
frequent in the population (see Table 1 ). Comparing the frequency of
these susceptibility variants throughout populations distributed
worldwide using ALFRED (allele frequency database), a resource of gene
frequency data on human populations [ 30 ], we can see the following:

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List of nifty computer tricks:

what’s described above
++
perfectcore convert jpg to txt file, link to image from there (in UBB code)

++
My idea of using DOwnThemAll to brute force into a page that works

++
Downloading HeavenGames and College Confidential with Httrack (using
mirroring depth of 2) – this requires inputting the URLs of ALL forum
topic indices

++ Kornshell

++
Re: Okay, so how do you get past the filters for Wikipedia?
Greetings.

First, you must open up notepad and type in “command.com” (and nothing
else). Save this file as command.bat. Find the file and open it up,
and now you have the command prompt, which is usually blocked by the
school. If not, forget the above and read the everything from this
sentence below. Next, find the address of the site you want to access.
Remember it and type the following into command prompt:

ping wikipedia.org

For maximum efficiency and inconspicuousness, type in the simplest
address that will give you the website. Now, you will get a number, in
the form “abc.def.ghi.jkl”. Remember this number and type it into your
address bar in the browser, and hence, you have the website,
unblocked.

This works for any website.

Posted by: Simfish Oct 27 2007, 07:50 PM
converting relative URLs to absolute URLs
Share
4:40am Tuesday, Oct 23 | Edit Note | Delete
it’s really THIS easy

open html file with NOTEPAD OF ALL THINGS, then use replace all function

<a href=”showthread.php?
<a href=”http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?

so now EVERYTHING is expressed in terms of absolute URL

also I FINALLY know how to do things
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http://www.sciencedirect.com.offcampus.lib.washington.edu/science/journals

secured article at
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6WMD-4MD2TFH-4&_user=10&_coverDate=04%2F07%2F2007&_rdoc=1&_fmt=&_orig=search&_sort=d&view=c&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=64774e8a817d749155d55bc4004793b6

Then log onto uw netid account and then
http://www.sciencedirect.com.offcampus.lib.washington.edu/ + remaining
URL of place u want to go to after “washington.edu


XX XX <simfish@gmail.com> Tue, Nov 27, 2007 at 12:49 AM
To: Sim Fish <simfish@gmail.com>
InquilineKea 11-18-2007 04:09 AM

A way to search for your posts in ascending order
You could click on the search button (search.php), but I know A LOT of people who are totally oblivious to the feature (people are lazy). So I found another way

Go to http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/search.php and view page source. Then go to your own profile and notice how the query URL is constructed. For my posts, “find all thread started by InquilineKea” URLs to http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/…r=InquilineKea . So notice the variables and the values of their variables. Go view the page source for search.php and Ctrl-F for variables like “starteronly” and “showposts” to see what their possible values are. Then Ctrl-F “ascending” and look for its associated variable. It looks like the variable is order, with possible values “ascending” and “descending”. Then append &value=ascending& of &value=descending& to your search query, and you shall get a way to directly URL to your posts in either ascending order or descending order. Nifty trick for those too lazy to use search.php.

So my threads in ascending order: (by appending &value=ascending&). You can do this for threads and posts in any forum. you can also try modifying other variables using the method i just described (and then direct linking to people, instead of having them go through search.php)

http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/…r=InquilineKea

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InquilineKea 11-18-2007 04:21 AM

Wow, new discovery!!!!!!!!!!!! (this is actually the MORE USEFUL PART for those who already use search.php)

<legend>Find Posts from</legend> <div style=”padding:3px”> <select name=”searchdate” style=”width:150px”> <option value=”0″ selected=”selected”>Any Date</option> <option value=”lastvisit” >Your Last Visit</option> <option value=”1″ >Yesterday</option> <option value=”7″ >A Week Ago</option> <option value=”14″ >2 Weeks Ago</option> <option value=”30″ >A Month Ago</option> <option value=”90″ >3 Months Ago</option> <option value=”180″ >6 Months Ago</option> <option value=”365″ >A Year Ago</option>

&searchdate=[ANY NUMBER X]&, which makes you able to search for your posts STARTING FROM MORE THAN A YEAR AGO, or ANY NUMBER OF DAYS IN BETWEEN

for posts only, do &showposts=1&

talk.collegeconfidential.com/search.php?do=process&showposts=1&searchdate=1050& order=ascending&starteronly=1&exactname=1&searchus er=simfish
=>
http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/…us er=simfish

(so this is 1050days ago for the posts of my old account), when &searchdate=1050&


XX XX <simfish@gmail.com> Sat, Dec 1, 2007 at 5:58 PM
To: Sim Fish <simfish@gmail.com>
AoKH OD moved => all threads to HG.

But links to AoKH OD threads still have their AOKH URLs.

So in the last part of the URL, change it to heavengames.com, and then change the forum number from (forum number it was at AOKH) to (forum number it is

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