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Star Wars Appreciation Day


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I was bored at work and ran into one of my favorite cmd "tricks" so to speak. If you haven't done this in a while...its totally worth revisiting this lost treasure!
1> Click Run -> cmd -> telnet towel.blinkenlights.nl -> :) ENJOY!!!

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FYI, telnet is disabled by default in Windows Vista and 7, so you might just want to catch it on Youtube:


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To enable Telnet on Windows 7 and Vista:
- Start
- Control Panel
- Programs And Features
- Turn Windows features on or off
- Check Telnet Client
- Hit OK
- Run Telnet using cmd prompt

:)
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