"They use the imperial system, they wouldn't know what an 'ice train' is", to paraphrase Vincent Vega here. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intercity-Express
My subnotebook never makes any fan noise in normal operations, but when it does, it is frightening, too. And yes, this mirrored sound is totally nice, never thought such a small piece of hardware could sound so, well, "ok". Probably due to not being all plastic, too.
This was a struggle so I do consider it an accomplishment.
Next is Security+, then I will take a break from useful things and get my general radio license.
Grats on the GRE!
Sec+ is a breeze, really. And you're a much deeper geek than I, so you should have no problem with it. If you want to go toward that direction, though, have you considered a CISSP or a CISSM?
Do you know if you're planning on taking the course in Maryland? Or is it virtual? Do you know if the course is administered by a private company... say... TeleCommunication Systems?
Ah well. Just looking for an intersection where none existed again.
My small achievement today: lunch with Aahz. Yes that's right: meatloaf with the meatloaf.
That sounds awesome!
<passes the ketchup>
No ketchup ... it had mushroom gravy.
Oh yum..... Now I'm hungry.
I promised myself that I'd file my taxes early this year.
Well, here it is April 10 and I've just completed my latest filing ever.
The sad thing is, the government has been earning interest on my money for a few extra months, money they will use to keep the lights on in large buildings where bureaucrats decide how to screw me more.
Today marks the first time someone directed the "check your privilege" sobriquet at me. I am so proud to be an American.
Created a series of words nobody has uttered together in this particular order.
Soldered a thermal sensor, using a transistor and a capacitor. Attached it to the mainboard of a XW8600 HP workstation and it works fine. Now the fans in my frankensteinian hackintosh spin at reasonable low rate.