OK, P2P is "piracy." But so was the birth of Hollywood, radio, cable TV, and (yes) the music industry.
what kind of history do they teach these days?
if there is one thing history teaches its that atrocity is relatively the norm in war
nor where the Nazis particularly powerful, merely audacious and inventive
even their scapegoat ideology wasn't particularly unique
Tamerlane, Khmer Rouge...
not really Hitler was a sociopath backed by an expansionist corporate oligarchy
fascism is a damn good description of our current political landscape
when Nader and Ron Paul agree on something you might want to pay closer attention
Bloody good timing ehh?
Manning's trial spinning up
DOJ busted for AP wire taps
Snowden bombshell because we are a nation of amnesia patients
and don't remember Mark Klein
or what was normal or freedom or liberty
or the proper roll of government
funny how when we were toe to toe with a...
Newton's Law of Cooling
what a water cooled system can do is transfer a higher heat flux out to the radiator
but what the radiator is able to dump depends on both its size, the flow rates of the water and the air and ultimately the ambient temperature
I built my first computer 11.9 years ago...
IF they were originally created to reflow
but we are talking about hundreds of thousands if not millions of documents that have text and diagram positional relationships and references
a static document format is as simple as scanning with no post scanning review for context
this is in fact...
first the pdf standard has been open since 2008
the need to have a layout remain static is rather important in a great number of possible scenarios
off the top of my head
blueprints with relational notes
as mentioned art layouts
in fact it takes a considerable amount of...
its more like rate of damage vs time before obsolescence when you get rid of it
and how good was it to begin with
minor subatomic irregularities can manifest themselves in the production process so that bad, average and great chips can be next to each other on the silicon. In the bad old...
lots of specs but what was the ambient room temperature?
how about the airflow around the case?
the simplest solutions are often the most effective
with any heat source (T1) being transfered to any heat sink (T2) in this case the air
by doubling the temperature differential the amount of heat...
1. you have no need for that much power
2. power is converted from AC to DC as is required, thus a given config drawing 200Watts will draw the same 200Watts from a 350Watt or a 2000Watt supply, the only difference at that point is the effciency of the supply and generally speaking you'd be...
well the easiest solution is to run a comparative checksum between a suspected corrupted file and its known good backup
that would of course require a backup :p
fsum is freeware and is quite good at that
alternately start reinstalling video software
Id point out my heaviest config (now somewhat leaner)
not exactly the same but close
dual opteron 244's, K8W, 4GB, FX3000, 10 drives, SX6000, 3x120mm mid rackmount monsters, 2 x 80mm HSF
without so much as a hiccup on the +12V rail of a PCP&C 510
for comparison purposes as mentioned...
generally they either understand the permissions scheme Ive installed
(my having taken them throught a few software installs)
or they are largely locked out anyway and Ive already granted the permissions for approved software
see Ive been interested in artificial real fog for some time and it bears some of the same area of study as the environmental test chamber Im building
I bet this is done with heating plates, peltiers and a "fog fence" maybe some sonics or ionics involved...
looks like this made the frontpage :p
while the prototypes are old the latest units are news worthy and based on the hints I found I just bet you could make a crude one of these, I would guess its more or less a fog machine (read real fog) with a very controlled output, condensing moisture...
think a little more clarification is in order
EMI filtering isn't exactly surge protection, like youd see from the fuse options, but it is akin to it which is why I included it. More of a matter of scale.
MOV's do wear out