Normal film has been used fo decades and work quite well... and has the fantastic advantage of just looking at it and seeing what is on it and how it is ment to be used.
None of the hanky panky Ã¼bercool digital solutions has a solution for your problem... but the good old Super8 does.
The digtal world has miserably failed the long time archiving problem.
- Remove HD from laptop
- connect HD to ata2USB converter
- read disk on any computer
If it really is a 386 it has an IDE/ATA interface.
You can drop the radiator with fan design and have are quite large ribbed aluminum tank instead, hot water gets in at top and you get room temp water out from the bottom. There has been at least one commercial implementation of this solution with a very nice looking tank.
- You bild it yourself of 19 mm plywood.
- You may buy one of those fridge sized dual board server cases,
Systemd: the PulseAudio of init systems
Is this a good thing or a bad thing ?
Depending of the cause of the apocalypse many computers could survive it and nerds would be needed to use them.
Change to low power light sources and use the spare energy on efficient heating, you will save power and money even in Wisconsin.
Better performance, more secure, still supported.
Btw. people are far better in handling/learning new things than they think they are... I've upgraded my father (80+) to OpenSuSE without any problems.
After PRISM ? That would be like saying "YES" to uncle Sam having an official approval to spy thru Nokia manufactured phones and not being able to do anything about it.
They may however use just that against uncle Sam and the merger.
Nobody in Finland (or in EU) is happy about this merger, the money are just a small compensation... but ideally they rather would keep Nokia where it was, without Microsoft... and without Elop, that was quite clear when the chairman spoke.
For Nokia Android would not be a race to the bottom because Nokia IS already on the bottom... if you do not earn anything then anything that would raise your earnings is a better solution even if it is Android.
This, if proven true, may in fact sabotage the Microsoft - Nokia merger plan...
I surely hope that most of Nokias shareholders will say "Thanks, but no thanks" to Microsoft and get Elop fired.