Not if it's integral.
Slashdot videos: Now with more Slashdot!
I've heard this too, though on mine it was only audible when amplified to absurd levels (well, relatively).
Have you ever had a computer that made odd sounds though the speakers when you move the mouse cursor? In my case, it was a very similar sound. Again, quiet - but if you have it loud enough or it's otherwise quiet enough, you can hear it.
I believe this was a Sansa e200r. It didn't have an SD card, but flash memory - in either case still a lot of digital signaling.
Nope, because the image data is already pulled from the CCD and has undergone some minimal processing before writes to the SD card start to happen, so I don't expect RFI from the SD card circuits to matter.
SD cards are commonly used in handheld recorders, in very close proximity to some sensitive condenser microphones.
Maybe I'm lucky and mine is just quiet - I don't hear any noise even when I record at 96khz and play at 11khz... but I can certainly see this having an affect.
... derp, I was thinking of adblock. No idea if adaway works.
Doesn't work on kitkat, even rooted.
That's less for comfort and more for not breaking the engine. Generators tend to have a coolant heater as well.
If the coolant system is frozen, it doesn't work, and the "ambient" heat transfer from the engine to the auxiliary equipment isn't fast enough. The engine will damage itself before the coolant system is thawed enough to begin functioning.
That certainly was a fun experience. I use the term "fun" loosely.
One of the trees in the front yard exploded. The trunk just... blew. Wood shards everywhere. Not to mention all the transformer lightshows to rival a 4th of July celebration!
Yes, I'm sure Red Hat will be kicked out...
Then check the box requesting your account to be deleted when you die.
Your data (supposedly) goes zap when facebook is notified you're a stiff.
Ethernet may transmit digital information, but it is not a digital signal on the wire.
The phy is an A/D converter, and sends your digital bits down the wire with oscillators.
A box with raid can still die, if the RAID controller isn't the best.
But even then, you should be able to blow up a whole rack and stay online. Redundancy isn't just a buzzword.
I find it alarming that a single disk failure could take you down like that...
9mms don't just explode (unless it's a Glock). It's a hot fast burn and the gas pressure pushes the bullet. Nothing like what happens with an explosion.
Rapier combat is real fighting. You just hold your blows, blunt your tips, and keep score - used to be it would end with someone bleeding out on the ground.