My thought, too. They cut the cable and found it wasn't metallic.
The last time I gave them anything was a phone number in the early '80s that I've put much distance since.
It would be more fun to turn it loose on Comcast. Their call centers would go supernova.
...in a city that never sleeps.
Until a little over a year ago I used Debian on a Thinkpad X41 with 2GB RAM and a 1.6GHz Pentium M single core processor as my regular notebook. I has a 256GB MSATA drive on a IDE adapter which allows it to boot pretty quickly.
To me an 80 column card is made of paper and has holes punched in it, ya' dang whippersnapper.
Car builders that do this are more interested in getting power in the car than tuning. One might call them 'waxers'.
Tell them with this instrument they will be able to look back in time at previous Spam (the luncheon meat) shortages and will be able to plan and prevent these shortages in the future.
It just seems odd.
but they just don't have anything to offer anymore. Sears will be next.
Baloney\. Only a very few Mustangs could be considered muscle cars. They, like Camaros, are pony cars where most had inline sixes and small displacement V8s.
I have a Western Electric 500 sitting in front of me that I use so they do still work.
I got older and my ability to hear that sound went away.
My daughter is 23 and she knows the sound of a typewriter. Probably from watching old TV shows and movies.
The Experimental Physics and Industrial Control System. It's commonly used on particle accelerators and will interface to anything. And it's open source. Runs on Linux, Window, OSX operating systems and all hardware including Raspberry Pi, Beagleboard, etc. http://www.aps.anl.gov/epics/i...