So self driving cars can hear now too?
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So, which is it, today or yesterday...someone forget to hit the delete button?
Introducing the new Slashdot Mobile experience: clean, modern, and fast
Journal by slashdotblog on Monday October 01, @01:18AM
A message from Gaurav Kuchhal (Head of Product, Slashdot)
Today, on the 15th Anniversary of Slashdot, we are thrilled to announce a brand new mobile experience. The new mobile interface is an indication of what to expect from Slashdot as it embraces the personal and mobile Web.
Introducing the New Slashdot Mobile Experience: Clean, Modern, Fast!
Journal by slashdotblog on Sunday September 30, @10:41PM
A message from product manager Gaurav Kuchhal
Today, on the 15th Anniversary of Slashdot, we are very thrilled to announce the next
generation mobile experience for Slashdot. This new gorgeous mobile experience is a
harbinger of what you can expect from Slashdot in next few months, as we are embarking
upon a journey to take Slashdot forward in the new personal, social, mobile web.
+1, first time I tried to post and got a duplicate post response...nifty...
Siezed? O RLY? Maybe Seazed! Or...maybe.... Seized!
Sorry, didn't realize those manufacturers have found a way to defeat gravity, I'll check'em out!
I have a Kata backpack that is my main 'case' to carry stuff. I generally cram in a 5D, 70-200 f/2.8L IS, 85mm f/1.2, 24-70 f/2.8 L, 100mm f/2.8 macro, a flash, blow bulb, all hoods, lenspens, batteries, chargers, 1.4x tele converter and maybe a few other odds and ends... This is NOT light. I originally got it thinking I'd put a 15" laptop in there but the space they give you for the laptop feels VERY VERY tight and I wasn't comfortable doing that.
Again, a backpack of this size is NOT going to be light, you will NOT want to carry it very much and you WILL have a sore back/neck afterwards.
I don't recall the model Kata I have, it was quite a few years ago and probably not a current model. Construction on their bags appears to be great though so I wouldn't hesitate recommending them as a brand to consider. I would suggest that you bring what you are considering packing into it to a store and trying it for size/weight/fit first.
Don't bother, it'll get shifted over to India and China soon enough.
I really hope that Apple doesn't come and take away my TRI Pod...
I lost any possible respect for the poster when I saw this:
* Crimping your own RJ45 should be avoided.
Any idiot that's been in IT and networking knows you don't crimp your own connectors. You punch down wire to panels, you buy pre-made patch cables.. Often people will purchase the wrong crimp connectors for the cable they are using, or they will use solid wire for patch applications AND use the wrong crimp connectors (solid vs. stranded) and then wonder why things don't hold up... *rolls eyes*
Wow, I have a journal.