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'[BUY] Compact Flash Ethernet Card'
2009\02\17@174626 by Josh Koffman

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Hi all. I need a compact flash Ethernet card to try an experiment with
my PDA. I know Socket communications makes one, and it's quite nice, I
just can't justify the $120 price tag for this. Does anyone know of
something decent, yet cheaper? If anyone has a used one I might be
interested. My ideal specs would be something that will work with
Windows Mobile 6.1, and something that has a dongle style connector or
a tough looking jack.

Thanks!

Josh

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2009\02\18@141118 by Ariel Rocholl

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Do u mean something like 160315972340 on eBay?

2009/2/17 Josh Koffman <spam_OUTjoshybearTakeThisOuTspamgmail.com>

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2009\02\18@152205 by gavin-egan.com

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I have a few USB Ethernet port/adaptors. I've never seen a CF one like the
below.

Very cool, I wish I had a need for one !

Chris

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2009\02\18@165636 by gavin-egan.com

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I have a few USB Ethernet port/adaptors. I've never seen a CF one like the
below.

Very cool, I wish I had a need for one !

Chris

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2009\02\19@001947 by Josh Koffman

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On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 2:11 PM, Ariel Rocholl <.....forosKILLspamspam@spam@arocholl.com> wrote:
> Do u mean something like 160315972340 on eBay?
>

Hmm...worth keeping an eye on. Thanks for the heads up!

Josh

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2009\02\22@220133 by Josh Koffman

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Well, missed out on two auctions now. Sniping is rather annoying when
auctions end while you're at work.

Ah well.

Anyway, does anyone have any info on this guy:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Compact-Flash-10Base-Ethernet-Card-New_W0QQitemZ260359655140

I can't find out any information as to if it'll be supported under
Windows Mobile 6.1.

For that matter, same question on this one:

https://www.vfxweb.com/index.php?productid=10103

Thanks!

Josh
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2009\02\22@221227 by Peter Loron

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On Feb 22, 2009, at 7:01 PM, Josh Koffman wrote:

> Well, missed out on two auctions now. Sniping is rather annoying when
> auctions end while you're at work.

You can use a sniping tool to take care of them when you're not at the  
computer. I'm sure Google can supply numerous free and for-pay options.

- -Pete
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2009\02\22@221848 by Josh Koffman

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On Sun, Feb 22, 2009 at 10:11 PM, Peter Loron <peterlspamKILLspamstandingwave.org> wrote:
> You can use a sniping tool to take care of them when you're not at the
> computer. I'm sure Google can supply numerous free and for-pay options.

Oh I know, I just feel it's a bit unfair sometimes. Ah well :)

-j

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On Feb 22, 2009, at 7:18 PM, Josh Koffman wrote:

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Well, yeah, I can see that. OTOH, if eBay wanted to stop it, they  
could just require each user to submit a one-time fixed maximum bid,  
with the deadline some random time (30-90 min, for example) before the  
end of the auction.

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2009\02\23@014208 by Tony Smith

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> >> You can use a sniping tool to take care of them when you're not at
> >> the computer. I'm sure Google can supply numerous free and for-pay
> >> options.
> >
> > Oh I know, I just feel it's a bit unfair sometimes. Ah well :)
> >
> > -j
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> Well, yeah, I can see that. OTOH, if eBay wanted to stop it, they could
just require
> each user to submit a one-time fixed maximum bid, with the deadline some
random time
> (30-90 min, for example) before the end of the auction.


Or do it like a real auction, which ends if no-one enters a bid for a
certain amount of time, the "going..... going..... gone!" bit.

10-15 minutes should cover it, but where's the fun in that.  

And yes, I'm one of the "bid once, bid late" crowd, the alternative is
having some newbie up the bid in dollar increments, and they always manage
to stop *just* before they hit your maximum.

Tony

2009\02\23@050556 by Lee Jones

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>>>> You can use a [online auciton] sniping tool

>>> Oh I know, I just feel it's a bit unfair sometimes. Ah well :)

>> Well, yeah, I can see that. OTOH, if eBay wanted to stop it, they
>> could just require each user to submit a one-time fixed maximum bid,
>> with the deadline some random time (30-90 min, for example) before
>> the end of the auction.

That has the effect of effectively changing the auction ending time
in an arbitrary and possibly unpredictable fashion.  And it prevents
impulse bidding (which drives up closing prices (which increases
ebay's profit)).

> Or do it like a real auction, which ends if no-one enters a bid for
> a certain amount of time, the "going..... going..... gone!" bit.
>
> 10-15 minutes should cover it, but where's the fun in that.  

The onsale.com auction site used to do just that circa 5-10 years
ago.  Whenever a valid new bid was received in the last few minutes,
the auction end time was advanced ~5 minutes.  So an auction didn't
end until any "bidding war" was over.  Just like a real auction.

Onsale.com still exists but it doesn't appear to be an auction
site anymore.

                                               Lee Jones

2009\02\23@051053 by Lee Jones

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>>>> You can use a [online auciton] sniping tool

>>> Oh I know, I just feel it's a bit unfair sometimes. Ah well :)

>> Well, yeah, I can see that. OTOH, if eBay wanted to stop it, they
>> could just require each user to submit a one-time fixed maximum bid,
>> with the deadline some random time (30-90 min, for example) before
>> the end of the auction.

That has the effect of effectively changing the auction ending time
in an arbitrary and possibly unpredictable fashion.  And it prevents
impulse bidding (which drives up closing prices (which increases
ebay's profit)).

> Or do it like a real auction, which ends if no-one enters a bid for
> a certain amount of time, the "going..... going..... gone!" bit.
>
> 10-15 minutes should cover it, but where's the fun in that.  

The onsale.com auction site used to do just that circa 5-10 years
ago.  Whenever a valid new bid was received in the last few minutes,
the auction end time was advanced ~5 minutes.  So an auction didn't
end until any "bidding war" was over.  Just like a real auction.

Onsale.com still exists but it doesn't appear to be an auction
site anymore.

                                               Lee Jones


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