OK boys.. We need $3000 for gas, 6 oil changes en route and a new set of tires when we get home.
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I've only killed 1 LED bulb so far.. Well wounded is more like it...
It spent 6 months in a sealed shower light fixture before it started to flicker after it was on for 10-20 minutes.
I moved it to a desk lamp and it's happy there.. Another LED is in the torture box and doing fine.
There are folks in the RC car world that are 3D printing parts for vintage RC Cars that are not supported by the manufacturer anymore.
All kinds of things like transmission cases, suspension mounts, control arms, steering arms.
There was one project that built a replica of the 1991 World champion RC10 that was never released to the public. It's made from a mix of 3D parts, stock parts and milled carbon fiber plate.
As for useful 3d printed items.. How about a rocket engine using a sintered metal process.
You can also 3d print wax for investment casting a metal final product. (you can do this at home)
Lots of ways to use a 3D printer if you use your imagination.
My only experience with a recruiter was the company I was hired into lying about their production systems, projects and even the job duties. I phoned a friend, landed another job and gave notice on day 3.
All the models listed except the WNR2500 are supported by DD-WRT.
As another bonus Sony made their blu-ray players stream netflix through Sony's own proxy servers. So rather then use the caching servers netflix places all over the country they are forced through a single bottle neck.. Streaming on that thing sucked ass while every other device in the house was streaming fine. I got a Roku and never had another problem.
They already exist..
There is a place in the Dalles, Oregon where Google maps will try to make you take a left through a guard rail and off a 30ft tall retaining wall. To be fair the street does continue down there.
60k end users.. We had 250 in IT at the Denver site.. and more on site staff across 19 states.
I left before it happened but my former company outsourced all of IT to Wipro.
This was on a system with 60,000 users.
Everyone but management was replaced with H1B- workers from India.
Outgoing staff was asked to stay and train their replacements with no severance packages.
Very few stayed and turnover documents were not made (hmm I wonder why) so the incoming Wipro workers had to discover and document the systems themselves.
I hear it was a real nightmare with lots of $$ spent on contractors to help figure things out.
Hot air balloon heated by the fury of enraged PETA members.
5. Daddy builds a Minecraft server PC and throws it on the LAN. 4 kids play together or alone in a server you control.
6. Daddy bought a relm subscription.. performance was way better then the 7 year old desktop plus they can now access it from grandpas house or on vacation and let their cousin & school friends join in. I still have control as it's a whitelisted server done by invite form me.
The kids now play on some of the public servers but I always play on them first to get a feel for the user base before handing over the url to the kid.
My son is 8 and has been playing Minecraft for 2 years. I've seen him go from just throwing stuff together to really putting thought into design and ascetics.
We started him out on Minecraft Pocket edition.. He can play with friends on the same lan but internet play is not all there yet so you don't have to worry about online strangers. We bought the PC version for him last year and started playing on the Reddit servers. Overall it's a good community.
The best description of Micecraft I've heard is Digital Lego.
In creative you can build anything.. My son and I built the Great Pyramid of Geza to scale on the Reddit creative server.
Play with redstone.. lean the basic electronic circuits with switches and logic gates.
Then switch to survival, join a community.. work with others as a team.. So many things you can do in one little game..
Well not to call it little.. the map can have more land than 9 million earths.
LTO 6 tapes will hold 2.5 TB uncompressed for $50 a pop.. So yes it is very cost effective backup media.
Also in your typical office the email system will be one of the larger consumers of storage.